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Immunometabolism Network 7h
#1 Noteworthy list of viral immunometabolism papers with current relevance. Viruses hijack host metabolic processes to survive and drive inflammation.
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Megan Hanlon, PhD 6h
‘You’re not working for the man’ chats about his love of research, his prolific career in & my fav cell the Macrophage in ep 6 We chat about the big questions in life, his next book & his rock band 🎸
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Immunometabolism Network Jun 30
Immune cells utilize nutrients to function and produce inflammatory molecules. Fascinating article: Solute carrier transporters: the metabolic gatekeepers of immune cells.
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Immunometabolism Network Jul 1
Cells take up and use nutrients differently when they are infected with viruses. Please check out this article. Sugar or Fat?—Metabolic Requirements for Immunity to Viral Infections.
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AouadiLab Jun 30
So grateful to have received the ascending investigator grant from . Excited to continue our work on and thanks to my team!
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JAVIER A. MENENDEZ 6h
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Annalaura M. PhD Jul 6
Are you a grad student in biomedical science looking for a lab to carry out your Master's Final Dissertation work (TFM)? is offering you the chance to perform your TFM on # and in his lab at .
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Immunometabolism Network 7h
Replying to @ImmunoMet
#2 Additional list of viral papers with current relevance. evade host responses by taking over metabolic processes. Please add
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AJPEndoMetab 22h
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JAVIER A. MENENDEZ 6h
Replying to @metabostemness
How cancer cell-autonomous reprogramming and -mediated changes in availability and utilization shape the landscape of cells is a commonly forgotten dimension of and
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Molecular Metabolism 4h
Peter McGuire discussing his work in this month's issue: disease disrupts , lowers the threshold for -mediated toxicity
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Rubén Cereijo Jun 30
Fascinating work by Qing et al. on and the (always elusive) role of IL-6 as a ! Acute stress ➡️Sympathetic beta3-adrenergic signaling to brown fat ➡️ IL-6 release ➡️ Liver ➡️Gluconeogenesis ➡️ Glucose ➡️ Fight or flight response
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Guigas lab Jul 4
Our very first bioRxiv-posted manuscript! Hope this nice work from PhD student Patrick van der Zande ⁦⁦on the immunometabolic properties of the helminth glycoprotein omega-1 will find a cosy home soon. ⁦
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Abhi Acharya Jun 30
Inhibition of Glycolysis in the Presence of Antigen Generates Antigen-Specific Treg Responses in Rheumatoid… Check out my studentJoslyn Mangal's poster
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Immune Regulation News Jun 30
In this review article 📚 , the authors look at the role of aconitate decarboylase 1 as a regulator of in inflammation and infection.
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Abhi Acharya Jun 30
Adjuvantless Immunotherapy Strategy Using Succinate Check out my student poster
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AouadiLab Jul 2
Fed Macrophages Hit the Liver’s Sweet Spot with IL-10 - ScienceDirect ⁦⁩ ⁦here is a short preview we wrote with ⁦⁩ for a nice paper on
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Guigas lab Jul 3
Happy to share our last study on the impact of Schistosoma haematobium infection on lipid profile in obese Gabonese. Congratulations Jeannot! Great collaborative work between , CERMEL and
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Sonia Márquez Martínez Jul 2
I wrote a blog entry about my experience with the Covid-19 crisis as part of my PhD programme
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Nature Metabolism Jul 1
Brown adipose tissue is a stress-responsive endocrine organ, releasing IL-6 in response to acute psychological stress to coordinate systemic immunometabolic reprogramming.
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