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Computational screening identifies a novel agonist for NR2F1, a master activator of cancer cell dormancy. Agonist-mediated activation of NR2F1 induces a novel long-lived dormancy program with neural crest-like features and prevents disseminated squamous carcinoma cancer cell progression to overt metastasis.
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Single-cell transcriptomics from paired autologous peripheral and tumor lymphocytes from melanoma patients reveal an understudied population of metabolically active, dysfunctional CD8 T cells. This subpopulation is associated with immunotherapy resistance and was leveraged to develop a therapeutic response predictive model.
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Single-cell RNA and ATAC sequencing identify transcriptomic and epigenomic features of acute- and memory-phase virus-responding CD4+ T cells and show that, unlike follicular helper T cells, memory CD4+ T cells develop despite lacking Bcl6 and Blimp1 transcription factors.

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