Effective treatments for ALS have eluded scientists for decades. A new examination of the immune system shows the appeal of personalized medicine for future care.
Allergy and Immunology
Researchers discover protein that regulates the gene expression for influential immune cells, paving a path for novel targets to treat inflammatory and allergic diseases.
Most asthma attacks in children are caused by viruses like the common cold. Michigan researchers get closer to explaining why.
A clinical trial for peanut allergy treatment has hit another milestone, with research suggesting graduated doses of peanut protein powder could help protect allergic children.
U-M researchers aim to develop a new immunotherapy that could alter the immune reactions to food. The result: extended relief from peanut allergies.
Recent discoveries about how the immune system reacts to injury — and the dire consequences if that response spirals out of control