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.
In this episode, Marc Ruitenberg and colleagues demonstrate that complement receptor C3aR stimulates PTEN to inhibit neutrophil-mediated inflammatory pathology following traumatic spinal cord injury.