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Hancock Lab UBC 17 Jan 19
Hello, twitter! The Hancock lab is new to social media, but excited to be sharing our work on (+ other alt. therapies for ), and of
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Andrew Bowie May 7
New role for an ancient protein...Cell Survival and Cytokine Release after Inflammasome Activation Is Regulated by the Toll-IL-1R Protein SARM. Our latest paper just out in ⁦⁩ .
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Dr Sherri Tenpenny Jan 13
Why do you think doctors are in such a hurry to clamp the cord when it’s scientifically proven to inhibit innate immunity??
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Science Magazine Nov 1
How do monocytes respond to infection? A new study in shows why these immune cells have unique responses to different viruses.
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Andrew Bowie May 8
PhD studentship available in my lab to work on viruses and inflammasomes. Retweets appreciated! . Further info -
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Science Magazine Oct 4
Scientists have identified a molecular mechanism that connects RNA-silencing machinery and how the immune system responds to viral infection.
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Chelsea Gerada Nov 28
I put together this video of me giving a quick run through of my poster for . If you're into , and viral immunoevasive mechanisms give it a watch 🦠😄
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Matthias WashYourHands Egger 9 Jan 19
Very much looking forward to awarding the National Latsis Prize to Andrea Ablasser later today!
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Mari Shinohara Nov 12
Want to quickly check what PRRs do in multiple sclerosis and EAE? It is actually pretty surprising that some of them are protective in CNS autoimmunity.
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Joy Wolfram, PhD 23 Jan 18
Apply to Clinical Nanomedicine Conference Sep 2-5, 2018. Best conference! I will be chairing the Nobel Laureate Prof. Jules Hoffmann session on
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Stacy Horner Dec 3
I'm really excited to share our work on the molecular mechanisms of how m6A regulates expression of specific host transcripts during RNA virus infection. tells the story below - read on!
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bernadette vd hoogen Dec 4
Interested in virus-host interactions? Our Innovative Training Network (ITN) INITIATE still has an opening for a PhD position at AstraZeneca/Karolinska institute. see:
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Benjamin Terrier Oct 4
Anti-GM-CSF autoantibodies : one antibody, two diseases ?- By Boris Sorin (Fellow in Internal Medicine, Paris, France) 2019
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Dr Lucy Jackson-Jones 15 Feb 18
Lots of great articles on Innate Immunity in the current issue of Current Opinion in Immunology: Including macrophage function from and Innate like B cell location from
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Roman Jerala 5 Dec 18
New insight into the mechanism of recognition and acivationof a NLRP3 , an importnat mediator of and involved in a several important diseases published in
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Marcel A. Muller Jul 9
Nice collaboration: Within-host dynamics of virulent viruses in bat reservoirs for emerging zoonotic disease
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Dominic De Nardo 17 Oct 18
Great science bite by my awesome student Kate on autoinflammatory disease mediated by STING mutation at 2018
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Andrés Hidalgo Jun 12
Nobel laureate Bruce Beutler giving the keynote lecture at the meeting in beautiful Tubingen: mouse genetics to discover secrets of .
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Richard K. Kandasamy 8 Mar 19
A glimpse into the expression dynamics of dual specificity phosphatases in innate immune signaling. Some cool insights for exploring the phosphorylation landscape. Please RT.
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Trends in Molecular Medicine 26 Apr 18
May issue now online! Featuring targeting of -associated in , -binding proteins () in , and a new that enhances in
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