Press Release
January 23, 2017
Research helps explain how B cell metabolism is controlled
B cells, the lymphocytes best known for making antibodies, live a complex life. They start developing in the bone marrow and then move through the spleen, lymph...
Germinal center (rectangle) in the spleen of an immunized mouse, showing inactivated GSK3 (magenta) in B cells (blue) near follicular dendritic cells (green).
Press Release
May 25, 2016
Study Reveals Protein That Dials Immune Responses Up and Down
Researchers establish PSGL-1 as regulator of immune checkpoints
Dr. Linda Bradley
Press Release
January 19, 2016
Researchers Reveal Structure of Protein Complex That Plays Key Role in Modulating Immune System
Search for new inflammatory disease drugs may be aided by detailed structure of distinct ubiquitin ligase complex.
Crystallized structure of fully active E3 ubiquitin ligase complex
Press Release
June 4, 2015
Research Offers a New Approach to Improving HIV Vaccines
Researchers identify a molecule that recognizes HIV and initiates an immune response. The findings could help improve the efficacy of HIV vaccines to prevent in...
Dr. Sumit Chanda
Press Release
May 14, 2015
Lilly and Sanford-Burnham Announce Collaboration to Investigate Immunological Therapies
Lilly and Sanford-Burnham, a non-profit medical research institute, will investigate potential therapeutics using biotechnology approaches in targeting multiple...
Press Release
May 12, 2014
Researchers find new molecule to treat asthma
Study identifies a novel molecule that prevents the symptoms associated with allergen-induced asthma