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William C. Gause

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Rutgers University

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Rutgers University

100 Joyce Kilmer Avenue

Piscataway, New Jersey,08854

United States

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The Chemistry and Chemical Biology Department (CCB) at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is a national leader in undergraduate and graduate education and scientific research. The National Science Foundation (NSF) has ranked Rutgers among the top ten... more.

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www.keystonesymposia.org

William C. Gause, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, USA


www.mmnforum.com

William Gause, an immunologist at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, is among those leading the charge against these diseases by studying how the human body reacts to worms.
The worms Gause studies, or helminths as biologists call them, are small parasites that live in human intestines, especially in the developing world. According to an article in Nature Reviews Immunology by Gause and colleagues from the National Institutes of Health and the University of Edinburgh, the worms' presence through millennia of human evolution likely has led to an immune response called type 2 immunity.


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William Gause
Rutgers University, Newark, New Jersey


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William Gause, senior associate dean for research at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, led the study, which recently was published in the journal Nature Immunology.
"The approach we have developed in this research could well be important," Gause says, "in the development of vaccines against a variety of pathogens. Macrophages do not need specific antigens to fight invading pathogens as the T and B cells do, so Gause says, "If these macrophages can be effectively trained to fight invaders for which traditional vaccines have been ineffective, they could offer an additional front for fighting infectious diseases.


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William Gause, Ph.D., Senior Associate Dean for Research at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, discusses the establishment of a new Institute for Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases in an interview for New Jersey News.


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