Are invisibleto the immune system that microorganisms to vary a large capacity.

Are ‘invisible’to the immune system that microorganisms to vary a large capacity , their surface structure have is known. It’s one of the reasons why it is so difficult to develop vaccines against HIV and malaria, and why new flu vaccines should be produced every year. However, it seems that these microorganisms are also able to completely avoid activation attacked a strong immune response in the person. This is what Professor Gunnar Lindahl of Lund University and his research group show in an article in Cell Host & Microbe – .

The microorganisms ‘ ability to crawl under the immune system radar, as it were, has already been scientific articles scientific articles in the 1950s but this capability was then with her. Overshadowed other protection measures, ie the ability their their surface structure. Butre was a strong variation of apparently strong antibody pressure are connected so that the microorganisms were simply forced to vary in order to evade the antibody nobody has all the attention to the investigation of whether it really paid a strong antibody pressure.The Purdue team findings will in which March issue of the Social Psychology Quarterly publishes. Schafer, opposite together with Kenneth F. Ferraro, a distinguished professor of sociology of, body mass indices human health and perception by weight discrimination. More than 1,500 people ages 25-74 been into 2005 on 2005 on issues related to aging and health Parity questioned as part of National Survey of midlife develop in the United States.

Ferraro, director of the Center to aging and social development has shall continue working at being overweight issues associated with aging.

‘As expected, those have be overweight happened to worse to overall health, the stigma said, ‘if she were followed up with 10 years later, but we found it was difference between between those who have sensed they are discriminated and those that do not. ‘ – of those About 11 percent, that moderately obese and 33 percent those who were severely obese reported by weight of discriminations, and they were the persons who had the sharpest decline the course of time in their functional abilities, to climb like the ability to stairs and performing daily needs.