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NIAMS to Hold Webinars About Centers of Research Translation (CORT)

The second pre-application webinar about the CORT program will address questions pertinent to preparing applications on Monday, August 29, from 2:00 to 3:30 p.m. EDT. The webinar is not required for submission.

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Approach Targets Autoimmunity

Researchers employ an emerging approach used to fight cancer and turn it on pemphigus. They engineer T cells to destroy misbehaving immune cells without affecting the rest of the immune system.

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Ion Channel Found to Play Role in Itch Sensation

Investigators have discovered that a molecule called TRPV4 plays a role in sensing itch. The discovery may lead to new ways to treat skin conditions.

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August is Psoriasis Awareness Month!

Psoriasis is a chronic skin disease that causes scaling and inflammation. It's driven by the immune system. Research is helping to find improved treatments.

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Bioengineers Develop Method to Enhance Growth of Blood Vessels

Using a combination of medicinal chemistry and biomaterials science, researchers have engineered a way to attract immune cells to a site of injury in mice and stimulate the formation of new blood vessels.


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