Scientists at the Weizmann Institute have now in mice a new form of adoptive cell transfer.

Scientists at the Weizmann Institute have now in mice a new form of adoptive cell transfer, which overcomes these limitations while enhancing the tumor – fighting ability of the transferred cells tested. The research, recently reported in Blood was performed by student Assaf Marcus and lab technician Tova Waks in the lab of Prof. Zelig Eshhar of the Institute Institute of Immunology.

At first they appeared in places that you might expect: dense city like New York, where officials may seek a bed bug czar, and San Francisco, the rental company attempts education programs in order to keep the pests away, but now there are reports of bed bug infestations in homes and hotels from Ohio to Texas .The paper appears in Jun. 25 edition of Science.

To determine how well the device of natural reactions life pulmonary replicates stimuli, researchers tested their response to inhaling live E. Coli bacterial. They carried germs into the air passage on the lung side the device and at the same time white blood cells by duct channel on the page The side The lung cells detected, and the bacteria through the porous membrane, blood vessel cell , which in turn move an immune response eventually the end the white blood corpuscles into the plenum and destroy bacteria selected. This the lungs-on – a-chip is tidy and out a set of technologies in an innovative manner, says professor Robert Langer, For example I think it should be be useful for assess the safety of different substances on that lungs and I can even imagine any other applications, such as in the study of, like the lungs.