AESKU is actively committed to interdisciplinary communication and knowledge transfer in the field of autoimmune diseases. AESKU cooperates closely with renowned scientific institutions and scientists on the one hand, and, on the other hand, it has a lively exchange of information with industry to create new opportunities that improve therapy of autoimmune diseases substantially.
Its unique corporate structure unites research on development, therapy and diagnosis of autoimmune diseases under one roof.
AESKU.SCIENCE is an expression of this commitment. Our magazine intends to be the basis for interdisciplinary exchange between the various specialist areas, and between treating physicians and laboratories. AESKU.SCIENCE quite consciously looks at current knowledge from a practical stance, so as to bring research and daily practice closer together.
AESKU.SCIENCE No. 1
1. November 2004
- 100 Years in Autoimmunity
- A focus on autoimmunity and autoimmune diseases
- Therapeutic antibodies for SLE
- German-Israeli research activities on the anti-phospholipid syndrome
- AESKU autoimmune workshop: a summary
- Automation in autoimmune diagnostics
AESKU.SCIENCE No. 2
2. October 2005
- Celiac disease - is it just the tip of the iceberg?
- New strategies for early diagnosis
- Celiac disease: pathogenesis, diagnosis and therapy
- Screening - a future trend: useful and economic?
- Rapid test for autoimmune diagnostics
- 5 years of AESKU
AESKU.SCIENCE No. 3
3. November 2006
- Sjögren-Syndrome: New opportunities for early diagnosis
- Lab automation: opportunity or threat?
- AESKU.KIPP INSTITUTE: First Research Projects on the Starting Line
- Challenge Lyme Disease
- AESKU.AWARD 2006
AESKU.SCIENCE No. 4
6. April 2016
- Rheumatic diseases: New opportunities in diagnosis
- CD74 antibodies a biomarker of axial spondyloarthritis
- The gut-joint axis and autoimmunity
- MMP-3: A new prognostic and activity marker for the therapy management of Rheumatoid Arthritis
- 1st AESKU Latin America workshop
- 10th anniversary of AESKU.KIPP Institute