In this episode Elaine Wan and colleagues reveal that action potential duration heterogeneity drive initiation and persistence of arrhythmia.
In this episode, Chirag Parikh and colleagues demonstrate that urine TNF-α and IL-9 levels improve prebiopsy diagnosis of acute interstitial nephritis.
In this episode, Beiyan Zhou, Chuan Li, and colleagues describe the development and application of single-cell transcriptomics-based MacSpectrum, which enables fine-mapping of monocyte/macrophage heterogeneity in healthy and disease states.
In this episode, Mark Geyer and colleagues demonstrate that second-generation CD19-targeted CAR T cell therapy following conditioning chemotherapy is tolerated and can produce complete remission in a subset of relapsed/refractory CLL patients.
In this episode, Kelly Singel and colleagues reveal that mature neutrophils acquire a suppressive phenotype in the ovarian cancer microenvironment that is linked to complement C3 activation.