This year the Cambridge Immunology Forum will be taking place at Queens' College on Thursday 22nd September. We have a full line-up of confirmed international and national speakers.
With events from astronomy to zoology, the 2016 Cambridge Science Festival welcomes everyone to explore and discuss science. Once again, the Cambridge Immunology Network will have an exhibition "The Immune Army" kindly supported by the Babraham Institute
Patnode et. al. (2014)
Eosinophil accumulation is a defining feature of the immune response to parasitic worm infection. Tissue-resident cells, such as epithelial cells, are thought to initiate eosinophil recruitment. However, direct recognition of worms by eosinophils has not been explored as a mechanism for amplifying eosinophil accumulation. Here, we report that eosinophils rapidly migrate toward diverse nematode species in three-dimensional culture.
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