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Peng Xu, Jerry C. Chang, Xiaopu Zhou, Wei Wang, Michael Bamkole, Eitan Wong, Karima Bettayeb, Lu-Lin Jiang, Timothy Huang, Wenjie Luo, Huaxi Xu, Angus C. Nairn, Marc Flajolet, Nancy Y. Ip, Yue-Ming Li, Paul Greengard
GSAP plays an important role in Alzheimer's disease, but the underlying cellular and molecular pathways remain unclear. Using unbiased multi-omics approaches, this study demonstrates that GSAP regulates lipid homeostasis in mitochondria-associated membranes (MAM), which affects mitochondrial function associated with the disease.
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Ke Li, Xufen Zheng, Hua Tang, Yuan-Sheng Zang, Chunling Zeng, Xiaoxiao Liu, Yanying Shen, Yuzhi Pang, Simin Wang, Feifei Xie, Xiaojing Lu, Yuxiang Luo, Zhang Li, Wenbo Bi, Xiaona Jia, Tao Huang, Rongqiang Wei, Kenan Huang, Zihao Chen, Qingchen Zhu, Yi He, Miaoying Zhang, Zhizhan Gu, Yichuan Xiao, Xiaoyang Zhang, Jonathan A. Fletcher, Yuexiang Wang
Recurrent inactivated mutations in central precocious puberty-associated gene MKRN3 lead to lung cancer proliferation and progression through PABPC1 ubiquitination–mediated global protein synthesis. MKRN3 is a bona fide tumor suppressor, and MKRN3-PABPC1 deregulation represents a key pathway in NSCLC oncogenesis.
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Takaki Asano, Joëlle Khourieh, Peng Zhang, Franck Rapaport, András N. Spaan, Juan Li, Wei-Te Lei, Simon J. Pelham, David Hum, Maya Chrabieh, Ji Eun Han, Antoine Guérin, Joseph Mackie, Sudhir Gupta, Biman Saikia, Jamila E.I. Baghdadi, Ilham Fadil, Aziz Bousfiha, Tanwir Habib, Nico Marr, Luckshman Ganeshanandan, Jane Peake, Luke Droney, Andrew Williams, Fatih Celmeli, Nevin Hatipoglu, Tayfun Ozcelik, Capucine Picard, Laurent Abel, Stuart G. Tangye, Stéphanie Boisson-Dupuis, Qian Zhang, Anne Puel, Vivien Béziat, Jean-Laurent Casanova, Bertrand Boisson
Most patients with autosomal dominant hyper-IgE syndrome (AD-HIES) are heterozygous for rare STAT3 variants. The mechanism of dominance was recently questioned. The authors show that both in-frame and out-of-frame STAT3 variants underlie AD-HIES by negative dominance and not haploinsufficiency.
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Lindsay M. Milich, James S. Choi, Christine Ryan, Susana R. Cerqueira, Sofia Benavides, Stephanie L. Yahn, Pantelis Tsoulfas, Jae K. Lee
This study uses single-cell RNA sequencing to investigate the transcriptional heterogeneity of all cell types known to comprise the acutely injured spinal cord in mice. The authors investigate both cell subtype heterogeneity and potential signaling interactions between myeloid, vascular, and macroglia cells.
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Aaron J. Wilk, Madeline J. Lee, Bei Wei, Benjamin Parks, Ruoxi Pi, Giovanny J. Martínez-Colón, Thanmayi Ranganath, Nancy Q. Zhao, Shalina Taylor, Winston Becker, Stanford COVID-19 Biobank, David Jimenez-Morales, Andra L. Blomkalns, Ruth O’Hara, Euan A. Ashley, Kari C. Nadeau, Samuel Yang, Susan Holmes, Marlene Rabinovitch, Angela J. Rogers, William J. Greenleaf, Catherine A. Blish
Single-cell profiling demonstrates multifarious dysregulation of innate immune phenotype associated with COVID-19 severity. Severe COVID-19 is associated with hyperactivation of neutrophils and NK cells, while monocytes take on tolerogenic phenotypes. Meanwhile, mild COVID-19 is associated with limited, or rapidly resolved, immune perturbation.
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Nagarjuna R. Cheemarla, Timothy A. Watkins, Valia T. Mihaylova, Bao Wang, Dejian Zhao, Guilin Wang, Marie L. Landry, Ellen F. Foxman
SARS-CoV-2 replication in the upper respiratory tract initiates infection and leads to viral transmission. Cheemarla et al. show that a dynamic innate immune response can curtail viral replication early in infection, and that recent exposure to rhinovirus accelerates innate defenses and blocks viral replication.
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Jeremy T. Warshauer, Julia A. Belk, Alice Y. Chan, Jiaxi Wang, Alexander R. Gupta, Quanming Shi, Nikolaos Skartsis, Yani Peng, Jonah D. Phipps, Dante Acenas, Jennifer A. Smith, Stanley J. Tamaki, Qizhi Tang, James M. Gardner, Ansuman T. Satpathy, Mark S. Anderson
Human STAT3 gain-of-function (GOF) mutations are linked to type 1 diabetes (T1D). This study establishes a STAT3-GOF mouse model that recapitulates the human T1D phenotype. STAT3-GOF drives cytotoxic CD8+ T cells that are resistant to terminal exhaustion, epigenetically distinct, and sufficient to accelerate T1D development.

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