A new species of bacteria that doesn’t normally live in the gut may trigger an immune response so strong that it spreads to the joints.
A new study finds that misdirected immune responses can persist for months in those who are suffering from long COVID-19.
A recent lab-stage study finds that preexposure to the proteins used to treat conditions like hemophilia A could help train the immune system to tolerate rather than attack therapies.
Scientists are still working to understand this rare COVID syndrome in children.
It’s unclear whether the patients were already predisposed to these diseases, or the infection unmasked a process that had already begun. Or perhaps the infection triggered a completely new illness.
Our research has found a way of switching immune system cells from attacking to protecting.
A rare type of inflammatory disease that causes repeated bouts of high temperatures can run in families. Here’s what we know so far.
Fingolimod is a drug used to treat multiple sclerosis (MS), an autoimmune disease. It is an immunomodulator, which means it works by suppressing the immune system.
A molecule in parasitic worms could explain why some worm infections can treat a range of autoimmune diseases, including…
Repeated head injuries, even if they do not result in concussion, can cause long-term brain damage, a study has found. Researchers…