Reiner and colleagues say UC – line of research will change how as basic as something as basic as how our body responds to an infection. ‘This will shock many immunologists, because many of them, when immune cells to receive a signal to change them all one way or another, not in a way to think that two different daughter cells can be,’says Reiner. ‘In terms of immunity and vaccines, we understand how immune cells can generate this asymmetric cell fate. ‘.
In T cells on the verge of cleavage and were the first response to Listeria, the researchers tracked different types of molecules that each daughter cell graduation graduation. Proteins cell fate cell fate, whether T-cell T-cell or kamikaze exposed the mother cell and retains the memory of the microbe invader terminates in one or the other of the two daughter cells, but not both. We saw a lopsided immune response within the first cell division, says Reiner.She said: These are exciting times to stem cell research and there an enormous potential the iPS technology both for medical applications and basic biology.
Subramanian has been a large 3 year grant by the National Centre for Replacement, Refinement & Reduction of Animals described in Research study the from ALS, a form of motor neurone disease in the nerve cells, -the-art control the muscles died excellent.. This technology will will not only help that the mechanisms of pathogenesis, but also lowers the numbers of animals used in research. The time is a real need alternative methods to investigate these diseases, which are more robust and better simulate how in people in people.