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Fate mapping of resident microglia and peripheral monocytes reveals that the myeloid cells that migrate to and associate with amyloid plaques in a mouse model of Alzheimer’s disease are exclusively derived from resident microglia.
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Liu et al. build up an electron balance model for central carbon metabolism in cancer cells and reveal that simultaneous inhibitions of proline biosynthesis and lipogenesis can block cancer cell growth under hypoxia and in vivo tumor progress.
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Etzerodt et al. identify a unique subset of CD163+ Tim4+ tissue-resident macrophages in omentum that are maintained independently of bone marrow–derived monocytes and have a specific role in the metastatic spread of ovarian cancer cells.
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Transcription factor RBP-J in intestinal macrophages dynamically controls antibacterial immunity by interfacing with T cells and ILCs. Macrophage-intrinsic RBP-J supports intestinal Th17 cell responses via IL-6 production, whereas RBP-J deficiency unexpectedly reveals a compensatory role for ILC3 late during infection.
Aude-Hélène Capietto, Aude-Hélène Capietto, Suchit Jhunjhunwala, Samuel B. Pollock, Patrick Lupardus, Jim Wong, Lena Hänsch, James Cevallos, Yajun Chestnut, Ajay Fernandez, Nicolas Lounsbury, Tamaki Nozawa, Manmeet Singh, Zhiyuan Fan, Cecile C. de la Cruz, Qui T. Phung, Lucia Taraborrelli, Benjamin Haley, Jennie R. Lill, Ira Mellman, Richard Bourgon, Lélia Delamarre
Cancer mutations create neoantigens that are of great interest for immunotherapy, but their accurate identification remains a challenge. Capietto et al. show that mutation position is an important determinant for immunogenicity, and incorporating this feature into prediction algorithms improves their identification.

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