Viruses like HIV can conceal themselves from the immune system, but a specialized type of killer T cell can seek out their hiding spots, a study shows.
Researchers have found that a specific gene plays an important role in suppressing lymphoma, a type of blood cell cancer.
Researchers have successfully targeted a signaling pathway to kill blood cancer cells in adult and childhood leukemia.
An international team of researchers have found a crucial pathway for defending the human gut against infection.
Australian researchers have identified a molecule called interleukin-11 as a potential new target for anti-cancer therapies.