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Welcome to Talkin Immunology with BioLegend where we discuss immunology and related topics with scientists and experts in the field.

Welcome to Talkin Immunology with BioLegend where we discuss immunology and related topics with scientists and experts in the field.
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San Diego, CA

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Welcome to Talkin Immunology with BioLegend where we discuss immunology and related topics with scientists and experts in the field.

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@biolegend

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English


Episodes

Kissing Disease Autoimmunity, Nipah Virus, and Premature Births

6/8/2018
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Topics Epstein-Barr Virus and Autoimmunity (2:20-12:00) Nipah Virus Outbreaks (12:01-20:35) Bacteria Coats itself with IgA for Protection (23:23-32:23) Out of Whack Fetal I [...]

Duration:01:01:26

8 Bit Science: Level One

5/21/2018
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Topics Final Fantasy VII (Podcast from 2:35-14:20) Resident Evil (Podcast from 14:20-26:50) The Last of Us (Podcast from 31:50 to 44:00; Spoilers from 41:20 to 42:18) Viruses in the Resident Evil Series The Last of Us Part II Stages of Infection in [...]

Duration:00:48:40

Understanding Malaria with Jason Lehmann

4/9/2018
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Topics The Undersea LEGENDplex™ Adventure LEGENDplex™ Plush Plexy Promotion New human antibody prevents malaria in mice Class time affects grades School starts too early according to CDC Keywords: malaria [...]

Duration:01:03:21

Drug Discovery with Jonathan Deane

3/8/2018
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The thoughts and opinions of our guest, Jonathan Deane, are his own personal reflections and do not necessarily reflect the opinions or positions of The Genomics Institute of the Novartis Research Foundation (GNF). Topics The Genomics Institute of the Novartis Research Foundation Jonathan Deane’s TLR7 article and painting The American Association of Immunologists Advocacy Center The Good and Bad of Gene [...]

Duration:00:59:47

A Tough Flu Season, CRISPR Talk, and Diet Effects on Immunity

1/25/2018
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Topics CRISPR may be ineffective in human trials due to immunity First US CRISPR trials will target cancer Why this year’s flu season is so much worse in the US, UK and Australia How are subtypes of the flu named?

Duration:01:03:02

A Conversation with Dr. Vijay Kuchroo

12/13/2017
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Topics The Kuchroo Laboratory Immune Checkpoints Innate Lymphoid Cells Sean Parker and Cancer Immunotherapy Immuno-Oncology Research Tools Keywords: Vijay Kuchroo, Harvard, Tregs, Th17, ILC, innate lymphoid cells, tumor cells, immune checkpoints, TIGIT, PD-1, cancer, GWAS, synapses &n [...]

Duration:01:00:21

Art in Science

9/8/2017
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Topics Amanda Kwieraga Society6 Amanda Kwieraga Webpage Cell Life Imaging Competition Colossal: Art, Design, and Visual Culture Print Ad Library Wallpaper Art Keywords: art, science, BioLegend, posters, graphics, podcast, graphic design, illustrations

Duration:00:55:05

Salmonella and Plague Outbreaks

9/16/2015
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Description: In this episode, the podcast team discusses Salmonella and plague outbreaks, HIV transmission, and glow in the dark GMO chickens resistant to bird flu.Salmonella Outbreak Spreading Across America Is Linked To Cucumbers Plague Outbreak in MadagascarImmune Cells Can Deliver Deadly PackagesGlowing in the dark, GMO chickens shed light on bird flu fi [...]

Duration:00:49:19

Neuroinflammation with Kenya Cohane

6/25/2015
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Neuroinflammation can be beneficial in some instances, but too much of it can cause any number of neurological diseases. Learn more about neuroinflammation and the newly discovered central nervous system lymphatic system with our special guest, Kenya Cohane. Keywords: Kenya Cohane, neuroinflammation, neuroscience, alzheimer’s disease, parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, tau protein, a-synuclein, aggregation, immunology, podcast, biolegend Central nervous system lymphatic vessels...

Duration:00:36:08

Antibody Therapies in Cancer

6/4/2015
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Description: Antibody therapies have become incredibly popular for the treatment of diseases, including cancer. In cancer, it may be beneficial to prevent interaction of “immune checkpoints”, which can inactivate T cells. Learn more with our podcast about some of the more popular antibody and nanobody treatments. KEYTRUDA®, an anti-PD-1 therapyMerck antibody therapy results for cancer studies

Duration:00:51:24

Measles at Disneyland, Flu Vaccinations, and DNA-Labeled Food

1/30/2015
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In this podcast, we take a look at how a lack of vaccinations has once again caused an outbreak of a once-controlled disease, the efficacy of the flu vaccine this year, and why people are clamoring to know if their food contains DNA. · The Measles outbreak and Disneyland: http://www.cnn.com/2015/01/27/health/california-measles-outbreak/ · The Flu vaccine is less effective this year:

Duration:00:42:57

The Fuzzy Fluors: The Multicolor Flow Song

1/19/2015
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Listen or sing along as the Fuzzy Fluors take you through their song about working together to form a multicolor flow cytometry panel. To learn more, visit: www.biolegend.com/fluor_puppets. We love flow cytometry cause it’s really good to see. Live cellsGood dataIntensitySide scatta’And we all work together to help people discoverStem cellsApoptosisRare cellsPyroptosisAnd now our song is almost done, we’ve hardly even just begun.Flow, flow, flow, flowMulticolorFlow!Because we’re fuzzy...

Duration:00:00:56

Interview with Deb Nguyen, Director of R&D at Organovo

1/16/2014
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Three-dimensional (3D) printing is a technology now being applied to biology and medicine. The podcast team talks with Deb Nguyen, Director of R&D at Organovo, regarding Organovo’s 3D tissue printing technology and the future of 3D printing.Learn more about Organovo - http://www.organovo.com/

Duration:00:27:10