Immune system
Bubonic plague Bubonic plague left a mark on our genomes and it may have a link to disorders

A recently published paper in Nature suggests that marks of the bubonic plague can still be found in genes that are involved in the immune system

Long Covid Long Covid: Studies find abnormalities in blood samples of patients

The new research suggests that long Covid patients were also fighting an immune battle against some pathogens. The researchers found that the reactivation of viruses, including Epstein Barr virus and some herpes viruses, occurred in such people.

Cancer research Lactic acid in cancerous tumors turns ‘killer’ immune cells against body: study

New research has found that a particular type of immune cell is misled by tumors and they end up helping them rather than attacking. The research can open up possibilities of reducing or neutralizing lactic acid in tumors