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Research in immune cell development, immune recognition, immune cell activation, signal transduction and more increases the understanding of immune function.
Studies involving the biology of T cells, B cells, innate immune cells, and more further the knowledge of how immune cells function in health and disease.
Mucosal immunity, asthma, immune-mediated diseases and more are studied to uncover the mechanisms by which these diseases are affected by the body's immune system.
Investigators seek to understand the methods by which immunology and immunotherapy can be used proactively to prevent and reactively to treat diseases.
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