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Immunometabolism Network
International Network: interested in & studying immune cell metabolic processes and pathogenesis
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Immunometabolism Network 2h
These are remarkable studies
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Johanna Knipper 24h
What makes inflammatory switch into a repair phenotype? Our Preview on a cool study by Kimball et al. is out ! Big congrats to and colleagues for showing new insights on macrophage modulation by in diabetic 👏👏👏
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Immunometabolism Network 20h
Diversity in science should be a hot demand. Everyone has a different story that influences their thoughts.
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Immunometabolism Network 21h
Replying to @NatMetabolism
Important to tame our interpretation of mouse data.. Studies over and over again has shown significant differences exist between humans.
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Dr Clovis Palmer Aug 19
A nice review on how mitochondria regulate the development and function of immune cells.
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Michael O'Dwyer Aug 18
Nice review which highlights important role of CD38 in inducing immune suppression in TME, which is potentially targetable
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Immunometabolism Network Aug 18
The role of the “NADome” in the metabolic cross-talk between cancer and infiltrating immune cells, contributing to cancer growth.
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Immunometabolism Network Aug 17
Replying to @ItsMrFelix
If you ever want to join the International Immunometabolism Network Advisory team when you are finished - the choise is yours. Congratulations!
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Immunometabolism Network Aug 16
Replying to @kevinnbass @FrezzaLab
The power of the mind. How do we correct for mind factor in clinical trial outcomes?
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Pascal Mensah Aug 14
An interesting paper is highlighting the distinct lipid metabolism in Th17 and Treg. Treg store lipid droplets from exogenous FA and make FAO for OXPHOS while TH17 foster FA synthesis from glycolysis for their own membrane.
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Immunometabolism Network Aug 14
One-Carbon Metabolism Supports S-Adenosylmethionine and Histone Methylation to Drive Inflammatory Macrophages.
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Immunometabolism Network Aug 13
Leptin and the endocrine control of energy balance. A revised examination of mechanisms of obesity and Type 2 diabetes
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Immunometabolism Network Aug 13
This is one of the best reviews of the year: Metabolic coordination of T cell quiescence and activation.
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Immunometabolism Network Aug 12
Replying to @NatMetabolism
This is a lovely written article
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Immunometabolism Network Aug 12
Nutritional research is complicated because amongst many other things, the microbiome important for nutritional health is highly variable between individuals.
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Amy Proal Aug 10
Fascinating paper on how HIV and its related proteins may contribute to + metabolic dysfunction 👉 by impacting the activity of host adipogenic (-related) pathways controlling energy expenditure + lipid metabolism: :
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Immunometabolism Network Aug 11
Replying to @SBakerMD
With multimillion dollar industries controlling the tempo on use of sugars and grains. Is there any hope for scientists and everyday healthcare professionals to stem the tide of the & epidemic? $$ count?
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Immunometabolism Network Aug 11
Replying to @ChenDeirdre @nature
Theoretically it should. Perhaps via M2 like cytokine
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Immunometabolism Network Aug 11
Replying to @nature @ImmunoFever
It is fascinating to see that macrophages often implicated in inflammation and diseases, could have protective roles against inflammatory arthritis
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Immunometabolism Network Aug 11
Macrophage are commonly implicated in inflammation and diseases. This exciting study shows they can form a layer that protects joints from damage.
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