About Innate Lymphoid Cells
Innate lymphoid cells (ILCs) are a group of immune cells that play an important role in protective immunity and the regulation of inflammation. However, these cells, when acting unregulated, can lead to allergy or autoimmune disease. ILCs have been linked to the development of allergic lung inflammation.
At Janssen, our Immunology Exploratory Science Lab is connecting and collaborating with academic labs and not-for-profit institutes performing cutting-edge research to unlock the potential of ILCs and their role in disease interception and prevention.