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  • noun biology The branch of biology that deals with the biological effects of the immune system

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  • In animal models, this anti-CD3 compound helped turn off and had lasting effects on the beta-cell-destroying immune cells but didn't have the same lasting effects on "good" immune cells, according to Kevan Herold , a Yale University professor of immunobiology and internal medicine who is leading the trial.

    Trying to Prevent Type 1 Diabetes

  • "These were people with almost-dead pancreases," said Denise Faustman, director of the immunobiology laboratory at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, who led the study.

    Drug Offers Hope In Diabetes Study

  • In animal models, this anti-CD3 compound helped turn off and had lasting effects on the beta-cell-destroying immune cells but didn't have the same lasting effects on "good" immune cells, according to Kevan Herold , a Yale University professor of immunobiology and internal medicine who is leading the trial.

    Trying to Prevent Type 1 Diabetes

  • The most extraordinary finding, according to senior author Richard A. Flavell, a Howard Hughes Medical Institute investigator and professor of immunobiology at Yale School of Medicine, was that the changed intestinal environment that led to obesity and liver disease was infectious among the community of mice studied.

    Suzanne O'Malley: Day Six: Is Obesity an Infectious Disease?

  • : D yea had been mugging like mad yesterday and the day before. that fat and wordy immunobiology textbook by janeway! zzz. really mugged till the sun rose .. (well the sun is rising pretty early nowadays because it's summer!) and had to be in school at 8 nevertheless!

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  • : D yea had been mugging like mad yesterday and the day before. that fat and wordy immunobiology textbook by janeway! zzz. really mugged till the sun rose .. (well the sun is rising pretty early nowadays because it's summer!) and had to be in school at 8 nevertheless!

    turdle Diary Entry

  • "I couldn't agree more with the decision," said Richard J. Ablin, a research professor of immunobiology and pathology at the University of Arizona College of Medicine who worked on the discovery of PSA, a protein made by the prostate.

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  • Because the mice had their immune systems disturbed, the bacteria in their guts got "out of wack," said study researcher Richard Flavell, a professor of immunobiology at Yale School of Medicine.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Because the mice had their immune systems disturbed, the bacteria in their guts got "out of wack," said study researcher Richard Flavell, a professor of immunobiology at Yale School of Medicine.

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  • Principal Scientist - immunobiology in diabetes research

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