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Steve Holding 9 Feb 19
Diagnostic delay in results in significant disease. In many cases this is preventable by using a very simple algorithm. We show how to do this for in our recent paper in
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NIAID News Apr 17
NEWS: can safely correct the immune systems of infants newly diagnosed with the rare X-linked , researchers report in . Scientists from & co-developed the therapy.
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Matthias Mann Lab Dec 12
Enjoy our latest manuscript about the , affecting protein and B cell populations:
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Uppity Cancer Pt Jan 1
How easy is it to give a virus or infection to a cancer patient? One day easy. Exposed to someone with sore throat and within a few days tested positive for strep and an ear infection. If you're sick, stay home.
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CRUK Cambridge Institute Jun 25
New paper from James Thaventhiran in identifies a novel primary , with the loss of the IL-6 receptor resulting in immunodeficiency, and abnormal inflammatory responses.
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JIPO Editors Oct 23
A letter to the editor ( ): "In the era of immune checkpoint inhibitor therapy, can we safely expand to patients with immunodeficiency?" by and .
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HotSpot Therapeutics Apr 17
Allosteric inhibitors have the potential to transform treatment paradigms. Check out this @NatureChemBio article showing how doctors treated a patient's combined using a MALT1 allosteric inhibitor.
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McHeyzer-Williams Aug 19
a new Disorder | caused by a viable hypomorphic allele of spliceosome component Snrnp40 | T cell deficiency | Bruce Beutler
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Hypogammaglobulinemia: an under-recognised and under-studied complication of Myotonic-Dystrophy Type 1. Pleased to have this work out in about a family I helped care for during my final year of training.
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Sarah Jordan Oct 15
Many thanks to Magda for this great episode. We gain insight into how B-cell and T-cell lymphocytes work together in the thymus to develop antibodies that give our immune system memory πŸ‘‡πŸΌ
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Boaz Palterer Jan 25
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World Primary Immunodeficiency Week Mar 26
Share our infographic for 2019 with your network and contribute to sharing knowledge about and
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Adrian Shields Dec 23
NFKB1 mutations in ; rare (3%) and associated with diverse clinical manifestations (infections/lymphoproliferation/AI). We'll learn more about CVID by carefully characterising affected/unaffected within the same kindred.
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New York Stem Cell Foundation Research Institute May 17
In a new article, illuminates the power of and for fighting disorders, diseases, , and much more.
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Dr Devang Pandya Feb 7
The most important take home message by APSID founding president : Prof Yu Lung LAU...
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ARUP Laboratories Apr 11
Adults or children with recurrent, severe infections may warrant testing for a primary disease. Read more about the recommended stepwise laboratory evaluation at ARUP Consult.
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Nick Hartog, MD Jan 24
Only one person fell asleep during my immunodeficiency lecture for our internal med residents
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NIAID News Dec 16
: Scientists found that an experimental 🧬 can restore immunity to infants with X-linked severe combined (), a life-threatening . πŸ“Έ:
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Pasquale Comberiati Jul 17
The case I presented at is now published in : "Refractory Chronic Spontaneous Treated With in an Adolescent With Common Variable .
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Takeda Apr 26
A primary diagnosis is just the start of a lifelong journey. Chapter 3 of β€˜A Rare Condition’ looks at what it’s like to live with PI and the importance of support. ign the petition to raise awareness of PI atΒ 
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