A new study tracks, in real time, how Cryptococcal meningitis invades the brain.
According to researchers, small, precise changes in anti-amyloid antibodies preserve immunotherapeutic activity without the inflammatory side effects for Alzheimer's patients.
Studying what the LRRK2 gene does in macrophages infected with the bacterium that causes tuberculosis, researchers believe they may have identified a cause of Parkinson's disease.
In early Alzheimer's, glycation damages an enzyme that plays a crucial role in immune response and insulin regulation, researchers report.
Researchers investigate whether they can mobilize the immune system to help in the fight against Alzheimer's disease.
Researchers at Cornell University have discovered a new pathway that involves immune cells which may contribute to the development of Alzheimer's disease.
PTEN deficiency drives an increased expression of LOX. LOX attracts macrophages which protect gliobastoma brain cancer cells and provide growth factor support for the tumor, a new mouse study reveals.
New findings reveal phagocytes do not fully mature until after birth, contradicting previous assumptions that they mature during embryonic development.