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  • How does the brain develop in individuals with autism?

    Eurekalert Biology. - November 11, 2014

    (Heidelberg University Hospital) Geneticists at Heidelberg University Hospital's Department of Molecular Human Genetics have used a new mouse model to demonstrate the way a certain genetic mutation is linked to a type of autism in humans where the protein FOXP1 is not synthesized and …

  • Faster, higher, stronger: Protein that enables powerful initial immune response

    Science Daily. - June 09, 2014

    A protein, called Foxp1, is a key controller of our immune system's ability to generate an antibody response, researchers report. Manipulating this protein's activity, they say, could provide a useful pathway to boosting antibody responses to treat infectious diseases, for example, or…

  • Faster, higher, stronger: A protein that enables powerful initial immune response

    Eurekalert Medicine_health. - June 08, 2014

    (The Wistar Institute) A team of Wistar scientists offer evidence that a protein, called Foxp1, is a key controller of our immune system's ability to generate an antibody response. Manipulating this protein's activity, they say, could provide a useful pathway to boosting antibody resp…

  • Direct proof of how T cells stay in 'standby' mode

    PhysOrg. - May 05, 2011

    the white blood cells that act as the police of the immune system are in what immunologists call a "quiescent state," a sort of standby mode. For years, scientists have wondered if quiescence occurred by default or whether T cells need to work at remaining silent. Now, researchers at …