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Anti Infective Peptides

Anti-viral peptides are used to treat infections such as HIV and AIDS, influenza incl. H5N1 strains, hepatitis C virus infections (HCV). Anti-bacterial peptides are used to treat infectiou...

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Viral Pleuritis

Viral pleuritis is a viral infection of the pleurae. Viral pleuritis is most commonly caused by infection with coxsackie B virus. Occasionally, echovirus causes a rare condition known as epidemic ...

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New Mechanism That Attacks Viral Infections is Discovered

An innovative mechanism that the innate immune system uses to control viral infections has been uncovered by researchers at the University Medical Centers in Mainz and Freiburg. Central to this is the...

New mechanism that attacks viral infections discovered

(Johannes Gutenberg Universitaet Mainz) An innovative mechanism that the innate immune system uses to control viral infections has been uncovered by researchers at the University Medical Centers in Ma...

New study shows MeMed's blood test accurately distinguishes bacterial and viral infections

(BLL Partners, LLC) 1000 patient study in PLOS ONE shows immune biomarker-based test distinguished bacterial and viral infections with sensitivity and specificity > 90 percent. Study population includ...

Drug Discovery Spotlight: FDA Recommendation for Praluent, Repatha; Identifying Past Viral Infections

Two new cholesterol-lowering drugs, in a class their own, were recommended by an FDA panel this week and now, await approval. And a reasonably priced, new blood test can reveal a lifetime’s worth of...

Viral proteins may regulate human embryonic development

A fertilized human egg may seem like the ultimate blank slate. But within days of fertilization, the growing mass of cells activates not only human genes but also viral DNA lingering in the human geno...

HIV-1 infections with multiple founders are associated with higher viral loads than infections with single founders

Morgane Rolland and colleagues report that in HIV infection, a higher diversity of infecting founder viruses is associated with markers of poorer clinical outcome.

Bigger Families Mean More Infections, Study Finds

THURSDAY, Aug. 6, 2015 -- Love kids? Having a bunch may have its downside, a new study finds. Researchers say being part of a big family boosts the risk of passing on viral infections that cause colds...

How anesthesia may fight lung infections: Mouse study

In experiments in mice, researchers have added to evidence that certain so-called “volatile” anesthetics — commonly used during surgeries — may also possess powerful effects on the immune syst...

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Neutrophils in viral infections: Current concepts and caveats.

Neutrophils are the first immune cell population recruited to sites of infection, including viral infections, and exhibit both protective and pathologic functions. In antibacterial and antifungal immu...

Human neutrophil lipocalin in fMLP-activated whole blood as a diagnostic means to distinguish between acute bacterial and viral infections.

The distinction between causes of acute infections is a major clinical challenge. Current biomarkers, however, are not sufficiently accurate. Human neutrophil lipocalin (HNL) in serum distinguishes ac...

NK cell interplay with cytomegaloviruses.

NK cells play an important role in the control of viral infections. Cytomegaloviruses have played a big part in the accumulation of current knowledge describing how NK cells recognize and eliminate in...

The bitter side of sweet: the role of Galectin-9 in immunopathogenesis of viral infections.

In recent years, a critical role for β-galactoside-binding protein, Galectin-9 (Gal-9) has emerged in infectious disease, autoimmunity, and cancer. It is a ligand for T cell immunoglobulin mucin doma...

A game of survival: herpesvirus strategies of autophagy manipulation.

Viruses are a very "clever" group of pathogens and well known for disrupting multiple processes in host cells. One of them is autophagy, a conserved mechanism that relies on degradation of intracellul...

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