Special Issue "Our Immune System Is the First Line of Defense towards Infections: Modulation of the Immune System to Boost the Host Defense Response towards Pathogens"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 December 2020) | Viewed by 32054
Interests: streptococcus pneumoniae; host–pathogen interaction; bacterial meningitis; blood–brain barrier and endothelial cells; neuroinflammation; microglia; neuronal damage
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The scope of this topic is to shed light into all those translational studies that show how modulation of the host immune response can enhance the capacity of our immune cells to better fight and eradicate infections.
Dr. Federico Iovino
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- Host immune response