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Tregs restrain dendritic cell autophagy to ameliorate autoimmunity
Tregs restrain dendritic cell autophagy to ameliorate autoimmunity

Panayotis Verginis and colleagues recently published a study in JCI

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Katia Karalis Receives the Prestigious Helmholtz International Fellow Award
Katia Karalis Receives the Prestigious Helmholtz International Fellow Award

One of the five scientists honored with this year’s Helmholtz International Fellow Award is Dr. Katia Karalis, BRFAA Affiliated Investigator. 26-7-2017
Video of Biobanking: Ethical & Legal Issues Conference
Video of Biobanking: Ethical & Legal Issues Conference

Video of all talks and final discussion 15-7-2017
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Interferon-λ Mediates Non-redundant Front-Line Antiviral Protection against Influenza Virus Infection without Compromising Host Fitness
Interferon-λ Mediates Non-redundant Front-Line Antiviral Protection against Influenza Virus Infection without Compromising Host Fitness

A new paper by Evangelos Andreakos and colleagues was recently published in Immunity. A commentary followed from the same issue of Immunity, and the article was also featured in Nature Reviews Immunology – Highlights.
Nurr1:RXRα Heterodimer Activation as Monotherapy for Parkinson’s Disease
Nurr1:RXRα Heterodimer Activation as Monotherapy for Parkinson’s Disease

Demetrios Vassilatis and colleagues recently published a study in PNAS
Activin-A co-opts IRF4 and AhR Signaling to Induce Human Regulatory T Cells that Restrain Asthmatic Responses
Activin-A co-opts IRF4 and AhR Signaling to Induce Human Regulatory T Cells that Restrain Asthmatic Responses

A new paper by Georgina Xanthou and her colleagues was recently published in PNAS
Pancreas lineage allocation and specification are regulated by sphingosine-1-phosphate signalling
Pancreas lineage allocation and specification are regulated by sphingosine-1-phosphate signalling

Ioannis Serafimidis and colleagues recently published a paper in PLOS Biology.
Alternative lengthening of human telomeres is a conservative DNA replication process with features of break-induced replication
Alternative lengthening of human telomeres is a conservative DNA replication process with features of break-induced replication

Sarantis Gagos and colleagues conducted a study that was published in EMBO Reports
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