Men and women have different immune systems. With a better understanding of sex-specific immune differences, scientists can more effectively fight infections, cancers, heart disease, and even pregnancy complications.
The Sette lab’s previous large scale epitope identification efforts (supported by HHS contracts) have led to a deeper understanding of
Human Immune Profiling Consortium
The aim of this work, in collaboration with Bjoern Peters, Ph.D., and Pandurangan Vijayanand, M.D., Ph.D., is to characterize the
Alessandro Sette, Dr. Biol. Sci., defines in chemical terms the specific structures (epitopes) that the immune system recognizes and uses this knowledge to measure and understand immune responses.
Cellular culprit suspected of pushing dengue fever from bad to worse is cleared using advanced transcriptomics
LA JOLLA, CA—No one knows what makes a mild dengue viral infection morph into a severe and sometimes deadly dengue