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With the discovery of TLRs in the 1990s, that viewpoint has itself become obsolete, Fearon and other immunologists argue.
From the perspective of immunologists, the data presents a descriptive overview of autoimmunity research, including:
The system is deliberately imprecise," says immunologist Martin Gellert of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases in Bethesda, Md.
Over the decades, immunologists have offered many explanations for this paradox.
De Sousa, an immunologist by trade, decided to look more closely at the immune system of the Yanomami.
He is past-president of the American Board of Allergy and Immunology, the Society for Pediatric Research, Interasma, the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology, and the Association of Medical Laboratory Immunologists.
They're either archaeologists using techniques that they really don't understand in terms of chemistry or immunology," he says, or they are immunologists who have never "actually looked at a tool.
vice president of research and development at Dendreon, at the American Association of Immunologists 90th Anniversary Meeting in Denver, Colorado.
The new therapy, described in Atlanta last week at the annual meeting of the American Association of Immunologists, held as part of Experimental Biology '95, promotes tolerance of a substance that the immune system had previously recognized as foreign by attaching it to a cholera toxin fragment.
Immunologists have studied the immune response one gene, one protein or one cell at a time.
So here many immature T cells also meet their demise, two immunologists have now demonstrated.
Located in Boston and begun in 1950, The Schepens Eye Research Institute has a renowned faculty of more than 60 scientists, including immunologists, molecular and cell biologists and physicists who investigate cures for blinding diseases and aids for people with low vision.