A study shows that an experimental compound has promise for attacking HIV via a new route – cutting off the virus’s pipeline of sugar and nutrients.
Despite previous findings suggesting a link between soy intake and decreased asthma severity, a new Northwestern Medicine study shows that soy supplements do not improve lung function for patients with asthma.
Northwestern Medicine scientists have identified a previously unknown key regulator of immune response, a protein kinase called Jnk2 that helps maintain cellular homeostasis through a series of physiological processes.
A new Northwestern Medicine study shows that a protein called vimentin may help activate an inflammatory response that leads to acute lung injury.
Martin Myers, MD, former professor and past chair of the Department of Pediatrics, spoke about the vaccine hesitancy and tools medical professionals can use to educate their patients.
Chad Mirkin, PhD, and colleagues show that spherical nucleic acids can be used to regulate immune responses in a new study that could shift the way scientists think about developing therapeutic agents for many diseases.
Northwestern Medicine scientists have discovered that scar-forming cells in scleroderma come from fat tissue within layers of the skin, a new cellular origin that could be a key to developing treatments for the incurable disease.
A preliminary Northwestern Medicine study suggests that nonmyeloablative hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT) may reverse disability and improve quality of life for patients with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (MS).
Peter Whitington, MD, professor in Pediatrics-Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition, found signaling pathways and tubule cell formation that drive fibrosis in gestational alloimmune liver disease.