An Antibody Approach To Preventing Sepsis

Research in mice suggests that a new antibody-based therapy could be a valuable weapon in the battle against sepsis.

GlycA: A Biomarker For Premature Death

High levels of the biomarker GlycA has been identified as a risk factor for premature death due to infection.

Neutrophils Discriminate Between Infected & Sterile Injuries

A new technique to label neutrophils shows that they re-locate to the lymph nodes and activate adaptive immunity only if bacteria are present at the site of injury.

Zinc Helps Infants Respond To Bacterial Infection Treatment, Study

A newly released clinical study conducted in India showed that zinc supplements, taken with antibiotic treatment, boosted infant survival from serious bacterial infections.