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U-M researchers receive largest single collection of psoriasis DNA samples
Millions of Americans struggling with psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis are one step closer to a cure with the release of the first National Psoriasis Victor Henschel BioBank DNA samples for use in research at the University of Michigan Health System; research that hopes to uncover the unknowns about the genetics of psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis. (2010-09-01)
Researchers closer to development of drug to prevent deadly immune response
Researchers have isolated a molecule, small enough to be used as a drug, that can shut down a dysfunctional -- and at times, deadly -- immune response known as the complement system. (2010-08-26)
Genetic variations linked with development of ESRD in Chinese patients with diabetes
Examination of a gene involved in cell signaling finds that four common variants of this gene are associated with the development of end-stage renal disease in Chinese patients with type 2 diabetes, according to a study in the Aug. (2010-08-24)
Vitamin D found to influence over 200 genes, highlighting links to disease
The extent to which vitamin D deficiency may increase susceptibility to a wide range of diseases is dramatically highlighted in research published today. (2010-08-23)
Novel autoantibodies identified in patients with necrotizing myopathy
Researchers at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine have identified a subgroup of patients with necrotizing myopathy who have a novel autoantibody specificity that makes them potential candidates for immunosuppressive therapy. (2010-08-19)
Researchers: Cures to diseases may live in our guts
At any given time, trillions of tiny microbes -- some helpful, some harmful -- are living on and in humans, forming communities and outnumbering the body's own cells tenfold. (2010-08-19)
A discovery by Dr. Andre Veillette's team could impact the treatment of autoimmune diseases
The scientific journal Immunity, from the Cell Press group, publishes online today, and will publish in its Aug. (2010-08-19)
Researchers discover genetic link between immune system, Parkinson's disease
A team of researchers has discovered new evidence that Parkinson's disease may have an infectious or autoimmune origin. (2010-08-15)
Prevalence of eye disorder high among older US adults with diabetes
Nearly 30 percent of US adults with diabetes over the age of 40 are estimated to have diabetic retinopathy, with about 4 percent of this population having vision-threatening retinopathy, according to a study in the Aug. (2010-08-10)
ROCK(2) 'n' roll target for treating autoimmunity
Inappropriate and excessive production of the soluble immune mediators IL-17 and IL-21 have been linked to several autoimmune disorders. (2010-08-09)
Vision screening in children
In his article in the current issue of Deutsches Aerzteblatt International, Wolf A. (2010-08-04)
New drug target for immune diseases discovered
Researchers from Mount Sinai School of Medicine have found a new mechanism that explains how certain immune cells are activated to create protective antibodies against infections or pathological antibodies such as those present in autoimmune diseases like lupus and rheumatoid arthritis. (2010-08-03)
ACCORD eye study finds 2 therapies slow diabetic eye disease progression
In high-risk adults with type 2 diabetes, researchers have found that two therapies may slow the progression of diabetic retinopathy, an eye disease that is the leading cause of vision loss in working-age Americans. (2010-07-23)
UNC scientists author editorial on international trials for vasculitis
Two UNC School of Medicine faculty authored an editorial in the July 15, 2010, New England Journal of Medicine commenting on results from two clinical trials using the drug Rituximab to treat small-vessel vasculitis, a rare autoimmune disease. (2010-07-14)
Study suggests link between scleroderma, cancer in certain patients
Patients with a certain type of scleroderma may get cancer and scleroderma simultaneously, Johns Hopkins researchers have found, suggesting that in some diseases, autoimmunity and cancer may be linked. (2010-07-08)
VIB receives high score from European Research Council
VIB landed two research grants worth 1.5 million euros each. (2010-06-30)
Cancer drug shows promise for treating a wide range of inflammatory diseases
Those looking for a new treatment for a range of inflammatory diseases like arthritis, multiple sclerosis, inflammatory bowel disease, and lupus may need to look no further than a drug already available for treating cancer. (2010-06-30)
ACCORD eye study finds 2 therapies slow diabetic eye disease progression
In high-risk adults with type 2 diabetes, researchers have found that two therapies may slow the progression of diabetic retinopathy, an eye disease that is the leading cause of vision loss in working-age Americans. (2010-06-29)
Agent Orange exposure linked to Graves' disease in Vietnam veterans, UB study finds
Vietnam War-era veterans exposed to Agent Orange appear to have significantly more Graves' disease, a thyroid disorder, than veterans with no exposure, a new study by endocrinologists at the University at Buffalo has shown. (2010-06-28)
Unexpected findings in patients with limbic encephalitis will change disease diagnosis and classification and aid understanding of other neurological diseases
New findings indicate that the target of autoantibodies that are associated with limbic encephalitis is LGI1 -- a protein involved in fine-tuning of neuronal synapses. (2010-06-27)
Ingredient in red wine may prevent some blinding diseases
Resveratrol -- found in red wine, grapes, blueberries, peanuts and other plants -- stops out-of-control blood vessel growth in the eye, according to vision researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. (2010-06-25)
Gene therapy reverses type 1 diabetes in mice
Researchers have developed an experimental cure for Type 1 diabetes, a disease that affects about one in every 400 to 600 children and adolescents. (2010-06-19)
Vitamin D deficiency confirmed as common across a range of rheumatic conditions
Two separate studies have shown that vitamin D deficiency is common in patients with a range of rheumatic diseases, with over half of all patients having below the (2010-06-18)
Gut-residing bacteria trigger arthritis in genetically susceptible individuals
Using a mouse model, researchers demonstrated a link between normally occurring bacteria in the gut and arthritis. (2010-06-17)
Insulin peptide may point to a solution for type 1 diabetes
Researchers at National Jewish Health and the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus have identified the precise peptide that can trigger diabetes in mice. (2010-06-16)
Defects in immune system enzyme may increase risk of autoimmune disorders
A multi-institutional research team has found that rare variants in the gene coding an enzyme that controls the activity of a key immune cell occur more frequently in individuals with autoimmune disorders like rheumatoid arthritis and type 1 diabetes. (2010-06-16)
New promising therapy against systemic sclerosis
A recently published research study in Arthritis Research and Therapy, all realized by researchers in the faculty of medicine of the Catholic University of Rome, pinpoints a new strategy to fight against progressive systemic sclerosis, a serious autoimmune disease with an incidence of one out of every thousand of inhabitants. (2010-06-14)
Virus infection may trigger unusual immune cells to attack nerves in multiple sclerosis
A virus infection can incite the body to attack its own nerve tissue by activating disease-fighting cells with receptors for both virus and nerve proteins. (2010-06-10)
Scientists begin to unravel causes of mysterious skin disease
Vitiligo -- a complex disease that typically causes patches of white skin on the face, neck and extremities, which pop star Michael Jackson may have experienced -- is associated with slight variations in genes that play a role in the body's natural defenses. (2010-06-06)
Findings suggest optimal dose
A national study involving a UT Southwestern Medical Center neonatologist provides new insight into how much oxygen preterm infants should receive as well as the optimal way to deliver it to them. (2010-06-02)
Springer launches Autoimmunity Highlights
Springer is launching a new journal titled Autoimmunity Highlights. It is an independent, international peer-reviewed journal that publishes papers related to the diverse aspects of autoimmunity and seeks to be a bridge between the clinic, the laboratory and the specialists who are involved in the complex world of autoimmunity diagnosis. (2010-05-25)
When helper cells aren't helpful
Current research suggests that T helper-type 1 cells, previously thought to mediate autoimmunity, may actual inhibit the development of experimental immune encephalomyelitis, a mouse model of multiple sclerosis, by suppressing Th17 cells. (2010-05-24)
Removal of financial incentives for clinical quality linked to poorer performance
The removal of financial incentives attached to measures of clinical quality is associated with slight drops in performance levels, according to research published on today. (2010-05-11)
Preventing blindness focus of ORNL technology, AMDx
Automated Medical Diagnostics, a startup company based in Memphis, envisions its product helping to preserve the sight of millions of people at risk of vision loss from diabetic retinopathy. (2010-05-05)
Important control mechanism behind autoimmune diseases discovered
Researchers at the Swedish medical university Karolinska Institutet have discovered a new control mechanism in our immune system. (2010-05-04)
US Latinos have high rates of developing vision loss and certain eye conditions
Latinos have higher rates of developing visual impairment, blindness, diabetic eye disease, and cataracts than non-Hispanic whites, researchers found. (2010-05-01)
Discovery prompts new theory on cause of autoimmune diseases
The recent discovery of a protein fragment capable of causing diabetes in mice has spurred researchers at National Jewish Health to propose a new hypothesis about the cause of diabetes and autoimmunity in general. (2010-04-30)
Study reveals new genetic link to scleroderma
An international research consortium including scientists from the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston has identified a new genetic link to the systemic form of scleroderma. (2010-04-29)
A single protein regulates 2 immune pathways
A team of researchers led by Baylor College of Medicine has identified a protein called NLRC5, a member of the NOD-like protein family, that is involved in inhibition of protein complexes key to critical pathways of innate immunity called NF-κB and type I interferon signaling. (2010-04-29)
Strategy to help doctors determine when to treat retinopathy of prematurity
Scientists have shown that through eye examinations, doctors can identify infants who are most likely to benefit from early treatment for a potentially blinding eye condition called retinopathy of prematurity, resulting in better vision for many children. (2010-04-29)
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