A new study highlights how genomic mutations that cause mitochondrial disease may also compromise affected people's immune response.
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A Longitudinal Natural History Study of Children with Mitochondrial Disease (at the NIH Clinical Center).
Dr. Pamela Schwartzberg is a senior investigator in NHGRI's Genetic Disease Research Branch.
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Severe Combined Immunodeficiency is a severe, genetic condition of the immune system.
The skin microbiota plays an intricate role in the human immune system, directing many immune functions and defending against bacterial pathogens.
The Metabolism, Infection and Immunity (MINI) Section aims to define the relationship between infection, immunity and clinical decline in individuals with mitochondrial disease.
A lymphocyte is a type of white blood cell that is part of the immune system.
Researchers at NHGRI have discovered an immune mechanism in humans that perceives threats and was found only in plants.
NIH investigators have discovered that genomic switches of a blood cell are key to regulating the human immune system.