A*STARs Singapore Immunology Network.

The project, which involves setting up a joint laboratory in Biopolis, Singapore aims to investigate and identify novel biomarkers that could allow early identification of people at risk of TB disease development and disease reactivation. This could result in better diagnosis and treatment for the contagious disease highly. At the shared laboratory, researchers from bioM-rieux and Indication will study the immune cells in the blood of infected individuals without active TB, and evaluate them with those in people with active TB, and also noninfected healthy controls. Any modification in gene expression and behaviour of the immune cells will then be analysed to identify biomarkers associated with TB contamination and/or TB re-activation.Greater than a quarter say they can't rest and a fifth actively dread the summer months because of pollen. Buying an fresh air purifier may be the most common line of defence in the home. Speaking about the results, Fellowes spokesman, Mike Booth stated: We know summer time is established to be a bad period for all of those struggling to cope with hay fever – with high predicted pollen prices and intervals of low quality of air, and we need to be better prepared for that. This isn't a problem that’s going away, especially as we are seeing an increasing number of babies and children affected. Related StoriesReptile food causes allergic reactionsMajority of individuals not really allergic to intravenous penicillins, say ACAAI allergistsIntravenous PEG-asparaginase use recommended in paediatric ALL There are ways people can guard themselves.