A team from Melbourne, Monash, UQ and the synchrotron (including core members of the ARC Imaging Centre team) have found what sends our MAITs into action to protect our gut from invaders.
The patented work is the starting point to understanding our first line of defence, and what happens when it goes wrong. It will lead to new ways of diagnosing and treating inflammatory bowel disease, peptic ulcers and even TB.
- Read the press release and background information, including the abstract and the full paper.
- You can also find the paper at: : www.nature.com/nature/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/nature13160.html
- Visit the Imaging CoE website at: www.imagingcoe.org
- Read the Monash University release here
- Read the University of Queensland release here
- Read the University of Melbourne release here
Contact Niall on email@example.com to get in touch with the team.