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HOIL-1 deficiency in mice results in a severe immunodeficiency that is effectively complemented by chronic infection with a murine gamma-herpesvirus.
Donna A MacDuff, Tiffany A Reese, Jacqueline M Kimmey, Leslie A Weiss, Christina Song, Xin Zhang, Amal Kambal, Erning Duan, Javier A Carrero, Bertrand Boisson, Emmanuel Laplantine, Alain Israel, Capucine Picard, Marco Colonna, Brian T Edelson, L David Sibley, Christina L Stallings, Jean-Laurent Casanova, Kazuhiro Iwai, Herbert W Virgin
10.7554/eLife.04494
Differentiation of CD4 T cells into CD4 T follicular helper cells during viral infection in mice is promoted by tumor growth factor beta.
Heather D Marshall, John P Ray, Brian J Laidlaw, Nianzhi Zhang, Dipika Gawande, Matthew M Staron, Joe Craft, Susan M Kaech
10.7554/eLife.04851
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Peptide immunotherapy in mice depends upon sustained expression of co-inhibitory protein PD-1 in T cells.
Rhoanne C McPherson, Joanne E Konkel, Catriona T Prendergast, John P Thomson, Raffaele Ottaviano, Melanie D Leech, Oliver Kay, Stephanie E J Zandee, Claire H Sweenie, David C Wraith, Richard R Meehan, Amanda J Drake, Stephen M Anderton
10.7554/eLife.03416
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Genetic susceptibility to an infectious disease is linked to competition for binding a molecule on the bacterial surface by two host proteins with opposing roles in host immunity.
Joseph JE Caesar, Hayley Lavender, Philip N Ward, Rachel M Exley, Jack Eaton, Emily Chittock, Talat H Malik, Elena Goiecoechea De Jorge, Matthew C Pickering, Christoph M Tang, Susan M Lea
10.7554/eLife.04008
The adaptor proteins FADD and TRADD play an important role in the Sharpin-dependent anti-apoptosis signaling pathway in keratinocytes and regulate skin homeostasis.
Snehlata Kumari, Younes Redouane, Jaime Lopez-Mosqueda, Ryoko Shiraishi, Malgorzata Romanowska, Stefan Lutzmayer, Jan Kuiper, Conception Martinez, Ivan Dikic, Manolis Pasparakis, Fumiyo Ikeda
10.7554/eLife.03422
A short treatment of the NOD mouse model of type-1 diabetes with I-BET151, a small molecule bromodomain blocker, provides long-term protection from disease by inducing macrophages to adapt an anti-inflammatory tenor whilst promoting islet β cell regeneration.
Wenxian Fu, Julia Farache, Susan M Clardy, Kimie Hattori, Palwinder Mander, Kevin Lee, Inmaculada Rioja, Ralph Weissleder, Rab K Prinjha, Christophe Benoist, Diane Mathis
10.7554/eLife.04631
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