2005 Kissing selectively decreases allergen-specific IgE production in atopic patients
2003 Kissing reduces allergic skin wheal responses and plasma neurotrophin levels
※ 笑いと音楽、そしてKiss(キス)がアトピーを救う

past 進化医学

病気回避と自民族中心主義: グループ間の態度に関する病気脆弱さと嫌気感度の効果
2005/12 Evolution and Human Behavior  doi:10.1016/j.evolhumbehav.2005.12.001  Disease avoidance and ethnocentrism: the effects of disease vulnerability and disgust sensitivity on intergroup attitudes
2005/11 EurekAlert Forgotten by evolution?
 some adult stem cells could be the mere remnants of former embryonal differentiation processes
2005/10 EurekAlert Evolutionary conservation of a mechanism of longevity from worms to mammals
因果な盲腸 カール・ジンマー
2005/08 New York Times The Riddle of the Appendix
ヒトは癌に罹るように進化した?  チンパンジーとの遺伝子差が発癌を招く
2005/05 EurekAlert Man, chimp difference may have made us prone to cancer
人類進化の代償 発がん率UP
2005/05 【日本語記事】 読売
ある種の統合失調症をもたらす遺伝子  10万年前からの由来とサバイバル率を上げたプラスの効果
2005/02 REDNOVA Disease Gene Linked to Evolution
2005/01 BBC News Ancient inbreeding caused disease
 Many of the illnesses we suffer today are down to our ancestors not having enough choice in the mating game
2005/01 New Scientist Hominid inbreeding left humans vulnerable to disease
2005/01 EurekAlert Lack of potential mates has lead to 'sloppy' gene control and risk of disease for humans


2005/12 Physorg.com Ancient Jawless Vertebrates Used Novel Immune Responses
2005/09 Trends in Immunology Volume 26, Issue 9, Pages 496-502
doi:10.1016/j.it.2005.07.003 Female choice and the MHC
2005/07 EurekAlert Enlisting genomics to understand flu evolution

past 体質の進化・人種

2005/06 New York Times Researchers Say Intelligence and Diseases May Be Linked in
Ashkenazic Genes
 unusual pattern of genetic diseases seen among Jews of central or northern European origin, or Ashkenazim, is the result of natural selection for enhanced intellectual ability.
2005/02 EurekAlert NYU'S Duster cautions against FDA approval of 'race-based' pharmaceutical

past アレルギー ぜんそく

2005/12 EurekAlert Neighborhoods may affect asthma, UCSF study finds
2005/12 【日本語記事】 asahi.com
【podcast 音声】ポッドキャスト:高知大学ラジオ公開講座「アレルギー疾患はなぜ増えたか?」
アレルギー対策に「食べるワクチン」 花粉症用遺伝子組み換えお米~日本
2005/11 BBC News Edible vaccines 'to replace jabs'
2005/11 EurekAlert Nine percent of children may outgrow their tree nut allergies
アレルギー:母親の食事が子に影響 成育医療センター調査
2005/10 【日本語記事】 毎日新聞
2005/09 EurekAlert Gene that controls the severity of asthma identified
2005/09 【日本語記事】 asahi.com
慢性アレルギーの仕組み発見 アトピー新治療法に期
2005/08 【日本語記事】 asahi.com
2005/08 【日本語記事】 毎日新聞
半数がアレルギー陽性反応 米、70年代に比べ急増
2005/08 【日本語記事】 ヤフージャパン(共同通信)
2005/08 EurekAlert More than half the US population is sensitive to one or more allergens
2005/08 EurekAlert The relationship between lawns and allergies and asthma
2005/07 EurekAlert Asthma, allergies may reduce risk of brain cancer
2005/07 BBC News Food allergy 'link' to bowel pain
花粉症も気持ちの問題 自己暗示で症状を軽減する
2005/07 news@nature.com Self-hypnosis squelches allergies
2005/05 BBC News Irregular periods' 'allergy link'
2005/05 EurekAlert Breathing disorders during sleep are common among asthmatics, may help predict severe asthma
2005/05 BBC News Bacteria test for baby allergies
2005/05 EurekAlert Children living near major roads at higher asthma risk
2005/05 EurekAlert Children living near major roads at increased risk of asthma
アレルギー促す「仕組み」を解明 新たな治療法に期待  マウスの実験:活性酸素が酵素に作用して炎症
2005/05 ▲日本語記事 asahi.com
2005/05 ▲日本語記事 読売 医療ルネサンス
2005/04 BBC News Hypnosis could banish hay-fever
2005/04 New Scientist Self-hypnosis may help hay fever sufferers
日本の花粉症激増中 地球温暖化のせいかしら
2005/04 news@nature.com Climate change blamed for rise in hay fever
 Japan's pollen allergies predicted to jump 40% by 2050.
2005/04 EurekAlert Steady rise in allergic diseases over quarter of a century
2005/04 BBC News 'More men' affected by allergies
2005/04 BBC NEWS | Health | Immune boost can combat allergy
 the CD4+ regulatory T-cells, which control responses to allergic triggers.
2005/04 EurekAlert Scientists discover way to control allergic reactions
2005/04 EurekAlert Short-term social stress may benefit immune response to infection
2005/04 EurekAlert Social stress boosts immune system's flu-fighting abilities
2005/04 EurekAlert Asthma patients' immune systems respond differently with allergies
アレルギー治療に有望物質 受容体を標的に、京都大
2005/04 【日本語記事】 ヤフージャパン(共同通信)
2005/03 BBC News Cat allergies 'could be blocked'
2005/03 EurekAlert Suppressing the cells that trigger cat allergy
2005/03 EurekAlert Novel therapy tested in mice could chase away cat allergies
2005/03 EurekAlert Cockroach allergens have greatest impact on childhood asthma in many US cities
2005/03 EurekAlert Study finds indoor allergen levels vary, cockroach allergens cause more asthma symptoms
2005/02 EurekAlert Inflammatory molecules released by pollen trigger allergies
アレルギーの原因はガールフレンド! ホルモン変化により一緒にいるだけで湿疹
2005/02 ▲日本語記事 UK Today (JAPAN JOURNALS LTD.)
花粉症予防に細菌パワー 理化学研がワクチン開発  スギ花粉のたんぱくに、細菌のDNA断片を結合
2005/02 ▲日本語記事 asahi.com
2005/02 EurekAlert Asthma gene clusters identified
2005/02 news@nature.com Traffic pollution revs up allergens
 Reaction between smog and pollen could explain allergy increases.
2005/01 BBC News Eyelid protein is key to allergy
 Scientists find a protein in the eye which plays a critical role in the development of an allergic response.
2005/01 news@nature.com Allergens reveal common contours
 Protein shape predicts the difference between peas and peanuts.


2005/10 EurekAlert Sexes differ in their immune reactions to burnout on the job and depression
2005/06 New Scientist Short-term stress can enhance immunity
2005/04 EurekAlert A little stress gives beneficial oomph! to immune system


2005/11 BBC News Happy marriage 'helps fight flu'
抗がん力持つ細胞、森林浴で機能向上 森林総合研究所
2005/10 【日本語記事】 asahi.com

past 病原体や寄生生物と免疫・抗体

2005/12 EurekAlert Bacterial protein mimics host to cripple defenses
2005/12 BBC News Survivor gene 'fights infection'
2005/11 BBC News How the flesh-eating bug attacks
Scientists have discovered how a type of flesh-eating bug disables a key part of the body's immune system.
2005/11 BBC News Scientists hail worms discovery
 the parasites called helminths could fool the body's immune system so that they were not attacked.
2005/11 EurekAlert Worm parasite may hold clues in bid for illness and allergy cures
2005/11 news@nature.com Intestinal worms show their up sideハ
Parasites rally immune cells against asthma and allergies.
疫学:同性間交配とバンクーバー島でのCryptococcus gattii大発生の原因
2005/10 Nature Same-sex mating and the origin of the Vancouver Island Cryptococcus gattii outbreak
2005/10 EurekAlert New study shows measles immunization may prevent fatal brain infection
2005/09 Part Human, Part Virus: Corante > The Loom
逆効果? 免疫細胞を繁殖に利用してしまうバクテリア
2005/09 EurekAlert Dangerous tricksters: Some bacterie use immune cells to reproduce
2005/08 EurekAlert Species evolve to the brink of evolution
 a new theory that sheds light on how organisms, including viruses like HIV, rapidly evolve in the face of vaccines and antibiotics.
2005/07 EurekAlert 'Achilles' heel' of the herpes virus possibly found
中国四川省でなぞの病気 農民ら17人死亡
2005/07 【日本語記事】 cnn.co.jp
2005/07 BBC News Mystery China bug toll reaches 17
2005/07 EurekAlert Bacteria use host's immune response to their competitive advantage
2005/07 news@nature.com Bacteria sniff out host's help
 Nosy neighbours call on the immune system to wipe up competitors.
猿起源の新ウイルス、人に 病原性に懸念
2005/07 【日本語記事】 ヤフージャパン(共同通信)
2005/07 EurekAlert Agricultural antibiotic use contributes to 'super-bugs' in humans
2005/07 EurekAlert Stolen gene allows insect virus to enter cells
2005/06 EurekAlert Pathogens shape evolution of humans' most diverse genes
2005/06 EurekAlert Virus uses tiny RNA to evade the immune system
2005/05 EurekAlert Same fold in viral shells point to common ancestry
進化させるもんか!  薬剤耐性菌の進化を止める手段は
2005/05 EurekAlert To stop evolution: New way of fighting antibiotic resistance demonstrated by Scripps scientists
2005/05 EurekAlert Scientists reveal how disease bacterium survives inside immune system cell
2005/04 EurekAlert Retroviral resistance gene found
 FEZ1 can mediate a potent resistance to murine leukemia virus, as well as HIV-1, in cell culture.
2005/04 EurekAlert Researchers make gains in understanding antibiotic resistance
2005/04 EurekAlert Molecular fossils uncover link between viruses and the immune system
2005/04 EurekAlert Where bacteria get their genes
 Bacteria acquired up to 90 percent of their genetic material from distantly related bacteria species
2005/04 EurekAlert Liverpool scientists uncover how E.coli became lethal
進化 : 大昔から霊長類と共種分化してきたRNAウイルス
2005/03 【日本語記事】 Nature@日本
2005/03 Nature Ancient co-speciation of simian foamy viruses and primates
2005/02 BBC News Nasty clones causing MRSA problem
遺伝 : 腸に取り付く悪魔のゲノムを解読
2005/02 ▲日本語記事 Nature@日本
遺伝:寄生性の原生生物、赤痢アメーバEntamoeba histolyticaのゲノム
2005/02 Nature The genome of the protist parasite Entamoeba histolytica
2005/02 EurekAlert Genome of deadly amoeba shows surprising complexity, evidence of lateral gene transfer
2005/02 EurekAlert Dysentery uses 'sword and shield' to cause infection
2005/01 EurekAlert US syphilis epidemics not driven by increases in unsafe sex say researchers
 changes in the immunity of the population cause periodic syphilis outbreaks
2005/01 New Scientist Syphilis cycles not driven by risky sex
2005/01 ▲日本語記事 Nature@日本
2005/01 Nature Sexually transmitted diseases: Epidemic cycling and immunity
2005/01 Nature Host immunity and synchronized epidemics of syphilis across the United States


2005/11 BBC News Worm eggs may tackle inflammation
Eggs from a parasitic worm may hold the key to treating inflammatory conditions such as lung diseases and psoriasis.
スマイルする寄生虫  鉤虫を呑んでアレルギーを抑えましょうってのは海外でもなさるようで
2005/09 New Scientist Dose of worms may ease asthma


2005/07 EurekAlert Monkeypox mystery: New research may explain why 2003 outbreak in the US wasn't deadly


2005/09 EurekAlert Transmission of tuberculosis is linked to historical patterns of human migration
2005/08 Discovery TB One of Oldest Human Diseases?
2005/08 BBC News Early humans 'may have spread TB'
2005/02 New Scientist Leprosy's decline caused by rise of TB
世にもまれなる死病どうしの戦いの記録  蔓延した結核が中世のハンセン氏病を一掃した
2005/02 EurekAlert Abandoned bones suggest TB wiped out leprosy in battle of killer diseases
 The spread of tuberculosis may have killed off leprosy in Europe in the Middle Ages


2005/09 New Scientist Is HIV evolving weaknesses?
There is a possibility the virus is becoming less virulent, but how this would affect the progress of the pandemic or the number of people killed remains unclear
2005/07 EurekAlert Variation in HIV's ability to disable host defenses contributes to rapid evolution
2005/07 【日本語記事】 ヤフージャパン(読売新聞)
感染しない人に遺伝的特徴 HIV免疫を早期に活性化
2005/07 【日本語記事】 ヤフージャパン(共同通信)
2005/05 EurekAlert Human cells can 'silence' HIV genes
2005/04 EurekAlert Molecule on immune cells linked to sexual transmission of HIV
2005/04 【日本語記事】 ワイアードジャパン
2005/04 BBC News 'Indians vulnerable to HIV/Aids'
 Indians infected with the Aids virus are more likely to contract the disease than people in the west
2005/03 EurekAlert Two chemicals boost immune cells' ability to fight HIV without gene therapy
2005/03 news@nature.com Did Black Death boost HIV immunity in Europe?
Experts argue over whether smallpox or plague should take the credit.
2005/03 EurekAlert Biologists discover why 10% of Europeans are safe from HIV infection
2005/03 Nature The global distribution of clinical episodes of Plasmodium falciparum malaria
免疫 : 明かされたHIVの秘密
2005/02 ▲日本語記事 Nature@日本
2005/02 EurekAlert Study documents initial differences in sexual transmission of HIV between males and females
2005/01 ▲日本語記事 ワイアードジャパン
2005/01 ▲日本語記事 ワイアードジャパン

2005/01 Guardian Monkeys point way to treatment for HIV
2005/01 Betterhumans Small Gene Tweak Confers HIV Immunity
2005/01 BBC News Gene clue to HIV origin in humans
2005/01 EurekAlert Scientists discover key genetic factor in determining HIV/AIDS risk
 People with more copies of a gene that helps to fight HIV are less likely to become infected with the virus or to develop AIDS than those of the same geographical ancestry, such as European Americans, who have fewer copies of the gene
2005/01 news@nature.com Gene fights off HIV
 Extra copies generate protein that confers disease resistance.
2005/01 Nature Human immunodeficiency virus: Nuclear RNA export unwound
2005/01 BBC News Gene determines risk of HIV/Aids


2005/10 BBC News Malaria gene 'defends mosquitoes'
2005/10 EurekAlert Gene that helps mosquitoes fight off malaria parasite identified
2005/08 EurekAlert Gene expands malaria's invasion options
 a gene that the parasite uses to switch back and forth between invasion pathways.
Cover Story : マラリアへの抵抗力:ヘモグロビンCの防御効果
2005/06 【日本語記事】 Nature@日本
2005/06 Nature Abnormal display of PfEMP-1 on erythrocytes carrying haemoglobin C may protect against malaria
2005/06 BBC News How blood disorder blocks malaria
 why people with a single gene for sickle cell amaemia are immune to malaria.
2005/05 EurekAlert Sickle cell and protection against malaria
2005/04 BBC News Science shows how malaria 'hides'
 how the deadliest malaria parasite is able to "hide" from the body's immune system.
2005/04 EurekAlert Researchers unmask malaria parasite's cloaking mechanism


2005/10 Nature Large-scale sequencing of human influenza reveals the dynamic nature of viral genome evolution
2005/10 【日本語記事】 asahi.com
2005/10 BBC News 1918 killer flu 'came from birds'
2005/10 EurekAlert New possibilities for flu antiviral and vaccine research emerge from 'Spanish flu' virus
2005/10 Nature Characterization of the 1918 influenza virus polymerase genes
医学 : 1918年のインフルエンザ大流行は鳥インフルエンザウイルスが原因
2005/10 【日本語記事】 Nature@日本
2005/10 EurekAlert First big influenza genome study reveals flu evolution
2005/10 EurekAlert Genomes of more than 200 human flu strains reveal a dynamic virus
2005/09 BBC News Pandemic 'could kill 150m people'
  a new influenza outbreak could kill up to 150 million people.


2005/12 EurekAlert Scientists directly view immune cells interacting to avert autoimmunity
2005/10 EurekAlert Study offers clues to origins of autoimmunity
 potentially harmful B cells circulating in the body are not permanently silenced as previously thought;
they can awaken and regain the ability to launch an attack against the body's own tissue.
2005/09 EurekAlert Immune system has evolved to prevent autoimmune disease
 Study suggests chronic infections may create autoimmune response
2005/08 EurekAlert New lab research may help those deafened by immune system attack
2005/04 EurekAlert Painless test using teardrops may speed diagnosis of Sj?ren's syndrome



past 免疫研究 免疫治療

2005/12 EurekAlert Immune cell receptors act in combination to regulate attack
2005/11 Nature Epidemiology: Dimensions of superspreading
2005/11 Nature Superspreading and the effect of individual variation on disease emergence
疫学 : スーパースプレッディング現象の脅威と対策
2005/11 【日本語記事】 Nature@日本
2005/11 【日本語記事】 読売
免疫応答のスタートポイントを発見 ミクロクラスターが免疫の開始と維持の役割を担う
2005/11 【日本語記事】 理研
2005/10 EurekAlert Old mystery solved, revealing origin of regulatory T cells that 'police' and protect the body
2005/10 EurekAlert New immune cell found to be a key to inflammatory diseases
 novel type of "T helper" cell
2005/09 EurekAlert 'Underground' tunnels discovered as means for communication between immune system cells
 Immune system cells are connected to each other by an extensive network of tiny tunnels
2005/08 EurekAlert Penn study finds a new role for RNA in human immune response
2005/08 EurekAlert Simple sea sponge helps scientists understand tissue rejection
2005/08 EurekAlert Immune system discovery offers hope for cancer, AIDS patients
2005/07 EurekAlert Immune system's distress signal tells bacteria when to strike back
2005/07 EurekAlert Studies reveal how plague disables immune system, and how to exploit the process to make a vaccine
 Yersinia pestis
2005/07 EurekAlert How do you spell recognition? C-O-R-E-C-E-P-T-O-R
  how T-cell receptors and coreceptors interact during an immune response
2005/07 EurekAlert Specialized immune-system B cells play double-barreled role
2005/07 EurekAlert A new understanding of how immune system targets disease
2005/07 EurekAlert Gene for immune deficiency syndromes found
 immunoglobulin A (IgA) deficiency and Common Variable Immunodeficiency (CVID)
Avian flu special: Is this our best shot?
2005/05 【日本語記事】 Nature Vol.435(404-406)
2005/07 EurekAlert New study finds how cells with damaged DNA alert the immune system
2005/06 EurekAlert New drug is effective in reducing rejection in heart transplantation
2005/06 EurekAlert Gene changes linked to deficient immune suppression in MS
 low FOXP3 means fewer disease-fighting cells
2005/06 EurekAlert Scripps research scientists solve structure of a critical innate immune system protein
2005/05 EurekAlert Nutrition gene key in regulating immune system
2005/05 EurekAlert Immune system lab model overcomes ethical limits on human hematopoietic stem cells studies
 a laboratory model of the human immune system will allow scientists to study ways for improving the results of hematopoietic stem cell (HSC) transplantation without putting patients at risk.
2005/04 EurekAlert Variation in immune response gene causes age-related macular degeneration when triggered
2005/03 BBC News Thyroid gland breast cancer clue
2005/03 EurekAlert Genetically modified natural killer immune cells attack, kill leukemia cells
2005/03 EurekAlert Cancerous or harmless? Three genes might tell the tale
2005/03 EurekAlert UT Southwestern researchers uncover gene variant that appears to predict type 2 diabetes
2005/03 EurekAlert Trio of leukemias share a single mutation
 Internet aided in identifying large number of patients for study
2005/03 EurekAlert Scientists identify new model Of NK cell development
2005/03 EurekAlert Scientists solve structure of key protein in innate immune response
2005/02 Nature Immunology: Guide for a cell-fate decision   Ellen A. Robey
2005/01 New Scientist Younger siblings cut multiple sclerosis risk
2005/01 EurekAlert DNA movement linked to formation of antibody genes

past 免疫:動物

「異種移植」に成功 ウシ腎臓をサルに 世界初 独協医大チーム
2005/10 【日本語記事】 ヤフージャパン(産経新聞)
2005/07 EurekAlert The very defensive caterpillar
 the discovery of a protein response system that protects caterpillars from lethal infections
リンパ球の働き変え、拒絶反応抑制 サルの腎移植で成功
2005/06 【日本語記事】 asahi.com
2005/06 【日本語記事】 読売
2005/05 EurekAlert Precise timing enabled pig-to-rat transplants to cure diabetes
 a temporal "window of opportunity" was critical to their earlier successes in treating diabetic rats with embryonic pig tissues.

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