A rare antibody his body produces made his blood priceless to doctors.
Their nature makes them ideal against pathogens that hide from immune cells, such as HIV.
Not one day too soon!
It’s more effective than welding a slab of steel on the Death Star’s thermal exhaust port.
We’re getting closer to a cure.
Autism is one of the biggest medical mysteries of the 21st century, and researchers are still trying to figure out the causes of this condition. UC Davis MIND Institute researchers have made a significant step forward in that direction, identifying some specific antibodies that target fetal brain proteins in the blood of women with autistic children. This finding is the