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    Séror et al. find that encounter with the HIV-1 envelope glycoprotein complex (Env) prompts target cells to release ATP through pannexin-1 channels. Extracellular ATP then triggers purinergic receptor signaling, which facilitates target cell infection by HIV-1. Image depicts an abstraction of HeLa cells engineered to express CXCR4 and CD4 (green) or HIV-1 Env (purple). Artwork by Lewis Long.
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ISSN 0022-1007
EISSN 1540-9538
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Glucose monomycolate–loaded CD1b tetramers identify a subset of CD4+ T cells in patients with Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection.

Deletion of Roquin in T or B cells, or in the entire hematopoietic system of mice, alters immune homeostasis but does not result in autoimmunity.

The Paf oncogene is highly expressed in cycling hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs) and is required for the development of long-term HSCs.

Immune cell activation induces concurrent temporal and spatial retinoic acid signaling, and CD4+ T cell–specific loss of RA signals reduces effector function, migration, and polarity.

Coronin1a inhibits mast cell degranulation through actin cytoskeletal dynamics while augmenting cytokine secretion, an effect exacerbated by additional loss of Coronin1b.

CD103-expressing dendritic cells in the lungs preferentially take up and cross-present antigen from apoptotic cells.

PIM kinase expression in human lymphomas can influence the outcome of chemotherapy, and blocking cap-dependent translation can reverse PIM-mediated rapamycin resistance in murine lymphomas.


Notch-driven expression of IGF1R promotes the growth, viability, and transplantability of T-ALL cells.

Contact with HIV-1 envelope protein elicits release of ATP through pannexin-1 channels on target cells; by activating purinergic receptors and Pyk2 kinase in target cells, this extracellular ATP boosts HIV-1 infectivity.

As revealed in a new model of cerebral cavernous malformations (CCM), the timing of ablation of Ccm genes determines whether or not CCM lesions arise in brain and retina venous beds.

IL-20 promotes osteoclast differentiation by inducing RANK and RANKL expression in osteoclast precursors and osteoblasts, respectively.

Preexisting helminth infection impairs immunity against subsequent M. tuberculosis infection, in part by inducing alternatively activated macrophages.

PI-3K–mediated repression of FOXO1 and KLF2 promotes proinflammatory cytokine expression by lineage-committed human CCR6+ Th17/Th22 memory cells.

Constitutive NF-κB activation in IECs induces inflammatory cytokines and chemokines in the lamina propria, but does not result in overt tissue damage unless acute inflammatory insults are present, causing TNF-dependent destruction and barrier disruption.

CSF-1 drives the homeostatic expansion of macrophages within the growing myometrium of pregnant mice by stimulating in situ proliferation and inducing monocyte precursor recruitment from the blood.

NIK expression in thymic dendritic cells is required for the development of effector T cells and their ability to promote EAE.

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