Author: Mariana Pacheco Blanco
My background is in biological sciences research. I started studying proteins involved in sepsis, then I studied properties of macrophages originated from human monocytes. For my PhD in Biology I studied leukocyte transmigration, an immunological crucial process. Later, I studied survival mechanisms of strange B cells, non-Hodgkin lymphomas. Currently I manage scientific projects funded by the European Union. My passion was, is and will be Immunology.
The Gut Out of Balance: How food allergies arise when TGFβ1 fails
Unconventional ways to produce a rash
The fetus directs the maternal immune system with Treg supervision
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