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Science Immunology Aug 10
The new August issue of is out! Studies reveal the critical role of kidney resident memory TH17-like T cells in autoimmune disease; how two opposing "flavors" of macrophages can arise under the same fungal infection; and more to come!
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The NCFG Aug 10
Our latest work just published: "Cosmc controls B Cell homing". This work highlights how O-glycans regulate B cell trafficking and signalling.
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Past Medical History Aug 8
A portrait of Edward Jenner by the French painter and lithographer Pierre Roch Vigneron. Jenner was an English physician and scientist who was the pioneer of the smallpox vaccine, the world's first vaccine.
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Frontiers Immunology Aug 10
New Research: Monocyte-Derived Dendritic Cell Differentiation in Inflammatory Arthritis Is Regulated by the JAK/STAT Axis via NADPH Oxidase Regulation: Monocyte-derived Dendritic cells (Mo-DC) are a distinct DC subset, involved in…
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Frontiers Immunology Aug 8
New Research: Establishing a Unified COVID-19 “Immunome”: Integrating Coronavirus Pathogenesis and Host Immunopathology
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Frontiers Immunology 13h
New Research: Context-Dependent IL-1 mRNA-Destabilization by TTP Prevents Dysregulation of Immune Homeostasis Under Steady State Conditions: The bioavailability of the major pro-inflammatory cytokines IL-1α and IL-1β is tightly controlled by…
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SyncSci Publishing Aug 9
Immunology is a discipline to investigate the structureand function of the immune molecules or immune path-way and the causes of immunity to disease, which coverthe study of all aspects of the immune system.
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Brit Soc Imm 3h
📣 Immunologists, do you have an exceptional colleague who is an outstanding educator & would like to recognise their talent? 💡 Submit you nomination for this year’s Immunology Teaching Excellence Award! Find out more 👉
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Frontiers Immunology Aug 8
New Research: Mesenchymal Stem Cells: A New Piece in the Puzzle of COVID-19 Treatment: COVID-19 is a disease characterized by a strong inflammatory response in severe cases, which fails to respond to corticosteroid therapy. In the context of…
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Yoni Maisel Aug 7
. Pandemic-era, non-COVID-19 immunological research and discovery roll on... ...as the newest disorder enters medical literature
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Dr Sam Horrell Aug 8
I've started working on an . How far I'll get with it, only time will tell. I'm thinking a type game with players as immune cells fighting off various infections. Suggestions welcome.
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Jason H. Moore, PhD Aug 10
How does SARS-CoV-2 cause COVID-19? - great overview piece in Science
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Yoni Maisel Aug 8
. in action for a rare dermato-immunological disorder ...a genomic discovery, a targeted Rx, and an after picture worth a thousand words
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kate sullivan Aug 9
Important perspective on all that we love about and a rare immunology joke
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Yoni Maisel Aug 9
. brings 'complete immune reconstitution' to 2 puppies with "Bubble-Baby" disease ...it could pave the way for curing this in humans
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Frontiers Immunology Aug 8
New Research: Probiotics and Probiotic-Derived Functional Factors—Mechanistic Insights Into Applications for Intestinal Homeostasis: Advances in our understanding of the contribution of the gut microbiota to human health and the correlation…
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Journal of Clinical Investigation Aug 10
Impaired immune cell cytotoxicity in severe is IL-6 dependent:
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Kanneganti Lab Aug 10
Hot off the press --PANoptosis (inflammatory cell death) occurs during MHV infection. If you inhibit NLRP3 inflammasome or gasdermin D, cell death and cytokine secretion actually increase! Congrats team!
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Mohamed ElTanbouly 7h
Wonderful discoveries in the world as two independent groups develop a mouse model for COVID, based on adeno-mediated expression of hACE2 et al. (Iwasaki group) Hassan et al. (Diamond group)
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CU Anschutz Immunology 17h
Congratulations to Dr. Devin Boe on a successful defense of his thesis, “Aging and the alveolar macrophage response to injury”! Best of luck to him in the next stages of medical school and beyond!
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