The research was led by Geoff Wild.

The research was led by Geoff Wild, an NSERC-funded mathematician at the University of Western Ontario, with colleagues from the University of Edinburgh. Her work was on 27 on the nature of the site May be published. ‘Our study builds on some recent findings indicate that reduced spread of parasites in scattered host clusters favors the evolution of parasites with lower virulence – in the case of influenza, for example, a mild, perhaps less deadly for flu ‘said Dr.

Dr. Said the group took the modeling makes it possible to expand virulence theory, to investigate a number of potentially important biological factors.The team studied to gene expression profiles of of proteins Triggered paths and should be scanned for monocyte monocytes out of leprosy patient NOD2. Scientists found to NOD2 work at moncytes to dendritic cells at tuberloid leper, a lighter infection that easily contains induces. To NOD2 signal inhibit and was able into in lepromatous leprosy, is the longer grave and caused widespread infections throughout the body. – ‘We were surprised the high efficiency of the high efficacy of dendritic cell in inducing certain T -cell responses that may be useful in developing new therapeutic strategies on infectious disease and cancer,’said investigator Dr. Robert of Modlin, UCLA Small Professor of Dermatology and Head of Dermatology at Geffen School of Medicine.