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Cellular immunology and HIV

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Innate immunity and inflammation

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HIV specific Th1 responses are altered in Ugandans with HIV and Schistosoma mansoni coinfection

Obuku and colleagues explore how S. mansoni infection affects T cell and antibody responses to HIV in co-infected individuals

TRPV1+ neurons alter Staphylococcus aureus skin infection outcomes by affecting macrophage polarization and neutrophil recruitment

Huang and colleagues find that during S. aureus skin infections, TRPV1+ neurons release CGRP, influencing immune responses and shedding light on potential therapeutic targets.

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BMC Immunology is an open access journal publishing original peer-reviewed research articles in molecular, cellular, tissue-level, organismal, functional, and developmental aspects of the immune system as well as clinical studies and animal models of human diseases.  

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