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Genetic Immunity Company Profile

18:29 EDT 26th March 2019 | BioPortfolio

US/Hungarian Genetic Immunity and US/Italian ViroStatics, both spin-offs of the non-profit Research Institute for Human and Genetic Therapy (RIGHT), are developing novel treatments for HIV/AIDS and other chronic diseases. The two companies are in the process of merging to form Immunacia – a multinational biopharmaceutical company with Business, Medical and Legal operations in the United States and research facilities in Hungary and Italy. Together as Immunacia, they are dedicated to developing novel treatments that partner with the human immune system to improve human health.


News Articles [1058 Associated News Articles listed on BioPortfolio]

An introduction to immunology and immunopathology

Beyond structural and chemical barriers to pathogens, the immune system has two fundamental lines of defense: innate immunity and adaptive immunity. Innate immunity is the first immunological mechanis...

A new method to pinpoint genetic differences between species could benefit human health

(Buck Institute for Research on Aging) There are mouse species with stark differences in longevity, immunity and susceptibility to cancer. But understanding the genetic basis of trait differences betw...

Big data provides clues for characterizing immunity in Japanese

(Osaka University) Osaka University researchers used various sets of large-scale data to characterize the variation and phenotypic associations of an immunity-related gene region in the Japanese. By u...

Exosomes’ Role in Immunity May Provide Drug Delivery Target For Inhaled Bacteria

Exosomes shuttle protective antimicrobial proteins in the airway, suggesting a novel mechanism of protection against bacterial infections. The post Exosomes’ Role in Immunity May Provide Drug Delive...

Early Career Profile: Chantal Hargreaves

Chantal Hargreaves is a postdoctoral scientist funded through the Oxford BRC’s Gastroenterology and Mucosal Immunity Theme. Working in the lab of Clinical Immunologist Dr Smita Patel at the John Rad...

Why Does Our Skin Lose Fat And Immunity As We Age?

Everyone likes to maintain youthful skin. But as we age, our skin undergoes a series of natural changes such as loss of fat and immunity. The underlying mechanisms behind these changes have always int...

Researchers aim to demystify bladder immunity

We know that the bladder is a poorly understood organ, critical for storing metabolic waste. What we don’t know is how this unique environment impacts bladder immunity to common diseases such as uri...

Anticancer immunity through tumor antigen identification & conversion to DNA vaccines

(The Wistar Institute) Wistar scientists and collaborators demonstrated the utility of an optimized synthetic DNA vaccine platform for rapidly inducing immunity against unique combinations of tumor ne...

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PubMed Articles [2096 Associated PubMed Articles listed on BioPortfolio]

Sex differences in vaccine-induced humoral immunity.

Vaccines are among the most impactful public health interventions, preventing millions of new infections and deaths annually worldwide. However, emerging data suggest that vaccines may not protect all...

Reverse immunodynamics: a new method for identifying targets of protective immunity.

Despite a dramatic increase in our ability to catalogue variation among pathogen genomes, we have made far fewer advances in using this information to identify targets of protective immunity. Epidemio...

Genetic variants of SP-D confer susceptibility to radiation pneumonitis in lung cancer patients undergoing thoracic radiation therapy.

Surfactant protein D (SP-D) is an innate immunity molecule in the alveoli. However, the associations between genetic variants of SP-D and radiation pneumonitis (RP) have never been investigated.

Neonate-omics: Charting the Unknown Immune Response in Early Life.

The study of neonatal immunology has been hampered by lack of access to infant samples. Novel sample sparing methods and systems-wide approaches have uniquely expanded this field, demonstrating that n...

Resident Immunity in Tissue Repair and Maintenance: The Zebrafish Model Coming of Age.

The zebrafish has emerged as an exciting vertebrate model to study different aspects of immune system development, particularly due to its transparent embryonic development, the availability of multip...

Clinical Trials [2804 Associated Clinical Trials listed on BioPortfolio]

Immunisation History Survey - a Study to Measure Levels of Immunity to Routine Immunisations

To collect the immunisation history of participants enrolled in a previous vaccine study (REC 09/H0604/107) in order to assess the influence of genetic variation on the level of immunity t...

Genetic Susceptibility to Listeriosis

Listeriosis is a rare, severe foodborne infection, responsible for severe invasive infections. It occurs in the great majority of cases in elderly patients and / or patients with comorbidi...

Genetic of SportS Induced Endofibrotic Remodeling

search for a genetic cause of vascular endofibrose

Screening and Identification of Biomarkers on Cervical Cancers

Cervical cancer the most frequent neoplasm and the fifth mortality rate of malignancies of the women in the world. It results in about 1,000 women in Taiwan and about 200,000 women worldwi...

RANDOMIZED CLINICAL TRIAL, OPEN, MULTICENTER PARALLEL, NO SUSPENSION Inferiority Prophylactic Treatment With Valganciclovir IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANT CMV-seropositive CELLULAR IMMUNITY TO DEVELOP CD8 + CMV-SPECIFIC TREATMENT AFTER INDUCTION Thymoglobulin.

Hypothesis:Valganciclovir prophylaxis can be discontinued before 3 months in CMV-seropositive renal transplant recipients receiving induction timogloblina when developing CMV-specific cell...

Companies [124 Associated Companies listed on BioPortfolio]

Genetic Analysis

Genetic Analysis has developed and launched the first gene-based routine test for the mapping and diagnosis of diseases related to dysbiosis and imbalances in the bacteria in the ...

CENTOGENE

CENTOGENE unlocks the power of genetic insights to improve the quality of life of patients with rare genetic diseases. We achieve this through knowledge created by our worldwide d...

Color Genomics

Color Genomics provides a high-quality, physician-ordered, genetic test for 19 genes related to breast and ovarian cancer risk, including BRCA1 and BRCA2. The Color Test includes ...

Genetic Technologies Limited

Genetic Technologies was an early pioneer in recognizing important new applications for “non-coding” DNA (Deoxyribonucleic Acid). The Company has since been granted pate...

Natera, Inc.

Natera is a genetic testing company that has developed a proprietary bioinformatics technology (Parental Support) to deliver accurate and comprehensive high throughput testing for...

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