Schlagwort-Archiv: Leukämie

Neue Literatur, ungesichtet

Zum Wiedereinstieg nach erneut viel zu langer Pause verlinke ich hier einige neuer Artikel zum Immunsystem und angrenzenden Themen, die ich noch genauer sichten muss. Der Beitrag über Autoimmunerkrankungen als Folge einer erfolgreichen körpereigenen Krebs-Abwehr, der seit Wochen in der Blog-Pipeline hängt, folgt hoffentlich bald.

Kuhlwilm et al. (2016): Ancient gene flow from early modern humans into Eastern Neanderthals (Paywall)

Cornwall (2015): Study may explain mysterious cancer–day care connection – zu Swaminathan et al (2015): Mechanisms of clonal evolution in childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia (Paywall)

Opas Essen macht unsere Darmflora arm Die Ernährung unserer Großeltern und Eltern beeinflusst auch unser Mikrobiom (2016) – zu Sonnenburg et al. (2015): Diet-induced extinctions in the gut microbiota compound over generations (Paywall)

Keener (2016): Cord Blood Cells Foretell Food Allergy. Scientists link an immune phenotype present at birth to the development of food allergies a year later – zu Zhang et al. (2016): Cord blood monocyte–derived inflammatory cytokines suppress IL-2 and induce nonclassic “TH2-type” immunity associated with development of food allergy (Paywall)

Taylor (2015): Absent Friends: How the Hygiene Hypothesis Explains Allergies and Autoimmune Diseases. Auszug aus dem Buch „Body by Darwin: How Evolution Shapes Our Health and Transforms Medicine“

Azvolinsky (2015): Long-Lived Immune Memories. Two types of memory T cells can preserve immunological memories for more than a decade, a study shows – zu Oliveira et al. (2015): Tracking genetically engineered lymphocytes long-term reveals the dynamics of T cell immunological memory (Paywall)

Sind Viren doch Lebewesen? Proteinvergleiche sprechen für zelluläre Vorläufer der modernen Viren (2015) – zu Nasir & Caetano-Anollés (2015): A phylogenomic data-driven exploration of viral origins and evolution (Open Access)

Azvolinsky (2015): B Cells Can Drive Inflammation in MS. Researchers identify a subset of proinflammatory cytokine-producing B cells that may spark multiple sclerosis-related inflammation – zu Li et al. (2015): Proinflammatory GM-CSF–producing B cells in multiple sclerosis and B cell depletion therapy (Paywall)

Yandell (20150: Fanning the Flames. Obesity triggers a fatty acid synthesis pathway, which in turn helps drive T cell differentiation and inflammation – zu Endo et al. (2015): Obesity Drives Th17 Cell Differentiation by Inducing the Lipid Metabolic Kinase, ACC1 (Open Access)

Scientists identify factor that may trigger type 1 diabetes (2016) – zu Delong et al. (2016): Pathogenic CD4 T cells in type 1 diabetes recognize epitopes formed by peptide fusion (Paywall)