Stimulating neuron growth using a new mRNA therapy, researchers hope to treat chronic pain caused by disease, injury, or chemotherapy.
A rare type of antibody found in some individuals could help develop an HIV vaccine to target highly diverse viral strains.
Clumping proteins act as vaccine adjuvants, activating immune signalling pathways triggered by cell stress.
With more research, there is a potential for vaccines to have both adaptive and trained immunity to fight different diseases.
A new in situ, personalized cancer vaccine captures molecules from growing tumors to activate the body’s immune cells against them.
Dengue and Zika take control of a protein responsible for body odor, but a simple treatment helps reverse the process.
A new antibacterial surface treatment could help improve the safety of medical devices by minimizing the risk of infection during their use.
A new proof-of-concept cancer therapy safely and accurately destroys cancerous cells with precisely delivered heat.
An extensive library of over one million cells could pave the way for new and repurposed treatments for a number of autoimmune diseases.
Triple-negative breast cancer has poor survival and few therapeutic options — but with a new approach, things could change.