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Two new studies that identified lung T resident helper cells, lay "a foundation for building our understanding of their role in mediating local #immunity after #viral infection," say Stefan Schattgen, @PGTimmune at @StJudeResearch: https://t.co/uZ3P7SeWbZ https://t.co/OLHNs5GDH5
Happy our new paper is out: https://t.co/JBXtLWgMZJ. We show TRH cells coordinate mucosal CD8 and B cell memory development. See accompanying one from great @ImmunologyKing. Thx the insightful focus commentary from @PGTimmune
Beautiful new work on T resident helper cells in the lung--back to back, exhaustive papers. https://t.co/I5gvT3CalQ
Does SARS-CoV-2 infection establish a long-lived bone marrow plasma cell compartment? We addressed this question by sampling the bone marrow of 18 patients 7-8 months after experiencing mild SARS-CoV-2 infection (pre-print). https://t.co/OkoSw6M8cB Happy new year!!
New study following 12,541 healthcare workers for #COVID19 re-infection over 31 weeks published in NEJM. Natural immunisation held up well over the 6 months of the study, with only two cases of asymptomatic reinfections observed. https://t.co/nlDg79Zszt https://t.co/LXMD2R3bq1
Excited to share our #SARS_CoV_2 #TCR repertoire preprint! A framework for biomarker discovery w/ antigen-enriched TCR data w/ app to #sarscov2. #tcrdist3+#immuneRACE=TCR "meta-clonotypes" https://t.co/c850DiEp8b Thanks @PGTimmune @sschattgen @Liel_Cohen_ @aanaishe @jeremycfd https://t.co/N0ASIrtBwS
The wait is over! The day has come! The time is now! The best holiday present you can imagine...tcrdist3!!!! https://t.co/qHjEkslO4K
As 2020 Nobel Prizes are given today, we mark the 24th anniversary of St. Jude emeritus faculty member @ProfPCDoherty receiving the @NobelPrize in Physiology or Medicine with Dr. Rolf Zinkernagel. Watch Dr. Doherty discuss the day in 1996. https://t.co/qRzIKYFZoi #NobelPrizeDay https://t.co/1E2D3FoOLl
What should we expect during this flu season? Watch an in-depth discussion with our infectious disease experts Drs. Robert Webster and Richard Webby as they dispel myths and talk about COVID-19 and influenza. https://t.co/EhRGu8DCD2 #FightFlu https://t.co/z5TcC90dBx
On December 16 from 1-3 PM ET, we'll be holding a virtual symposium on Understanding and Overcoming Therapeutic Resistance, with speakers including @LucyJLXie, @shengfcai, and @facts___matter. Learn more and RSVP here to join us! https://t.co/4qSeqkxmDa
Looking forward to presenting at The Mark Foundation symposium! https://t.co/pb7w0hwRbo
1) Finally this it out. It took a few years of my life to get this into clinical trials (with the help of many others). A first step towards the clinical development of universal influenza virus vaccines. With Adolfo Garcia-Sastre, Peter Palese. https://t.co/J0LxSaRP5D
We are looking for motivated scientists to join our team! Learn about host-pathogen interactions across a range of pathogens, including SARS-CoV-2, HIV, influenza, and tuberculosis. https://t.co/YDDOHJO9m0. Please direct questions to our awesome lab manager @r_thanmayi
Fantastic new review with a great title: "Hiding in Plain Sight: Virtually Unrecognizable Memory Phenotype CD8+ T cells" https://t.co/mB9mCjwOj7 from Daniel Thiele @NicoleLaGruta1 @AngelaSciences @TabiHussain from @MonashBDI @Monash_FMNHS #mdpiijms via @IJMS_MDPI https://t.co/LWSBK3uCD6
A lovely review on virtual memory T cells, including their confusing nomenclature & conflation with conventional memory populations, by my very talented students and postdoc @AngelaSciences, Dan Thiele & @TabiHussain. https://t.co/tCcfAJ6ZTP
Adding to the recent NLRP1 inflammasome frenzy 🔥, we here report that NLRP1 functions as a sensor for double-stranded RNA @ScienceMagazine. Huge congrats to Stefan @sbauernfried who spearheaded this project ... https://t.co/DWafnf8DwK
Fascinating difference in human and mouse innate recognition https://t.co/GHS6sVvsXD
Congratulations to Dr. Charles Rock, St. Jude Protein Production Facility director, named a #AAASfellow by @aaas for cutting-edge research on bacterial lipid metabolism which has advanced the promise of fatty acid synthesis inhibitors as new bacterial antibiotics. https://t.co/mnx3ZWQUtG