Skip to Main Content

Advertisement

Issues

ISSN 0022-1007
EISSN 1540-9538
In this Issue

Review

Brief Definitive Report

Sunwoo et al. show that the aryl hydrocarbon receptor is a critical regulator of liver natural killer cell homeostasis.

Age-related lymphoid cell decline is due to a cell-autonomous progressive loss of LMPP/MPP4 cells associated with increased cycling and differentiation potential toward the myeloid lineage.

Sieweke and colleagues show that M-CSF/CSF-1 treatment after myeloablation and hematopoietic stem/progenitor cell transplantation results in increased production of mature myeloid donor cells and protects against opportunistic pathogens.

IL-6 promotes the differentiation of a subset of naïve CD8+ T cells into IL-21–producing B helper CD8+ T cells.

Article

CXCR4 identifies an immobilized BM precursor (i.e., transitional premonocyte [TpMo]) that proliferates and replenishes mature Ly6Chi monocytes in mice and humans. Upon entering the circulation, CXCR4 governs monocyte margination in the lung vasculature.

Tumor-associated macrophages are pivotal constructors of the tumoral ECM structure and molecular composition. In particular, they orchestrate the buildup of the tumorigenic collagenous ECM niche.

Blankenstein and colleagues describe a novel strategy to avoid tumor escape from adoptive T cell therapy.

Jiang et al. generated Dpy30 conditional knockout mice to determine what role Dpy30 and its associated H3K4 methylation may play in the fate determination of tissue-specific stem cells such as HSCs.

Caspase-11–dependent cell death is controlled by carboxypeptidase B1 by inducing the cleavage of C3 and activation of C3aR.

The transcription factor NFATC3 binds to IRF7 and to type 1 IFN promoters, regulating IRF7-mediated IFN expression in pDCs.

In psoriasis, IFN-α–stimulated mast cells release exosomes containing cytoplasmic PLA2 that are transferred to CD1a-expressing cells and generate neolipid antigens which induce the production of IL-22 and IL-17A by CD1a-reactive T cells.

In two complementary papers, Casanova, Malissen, and collaborators report the discovery of human RLTPR deficiency, the first primary immunodeficiency of the human CD28 pathway in T cells. Together, the two studies highlight the important and largely (but not completely) overlapping roles of RLTPR in T and B cells of humans and mice.

In two complementary papers, Casanova, Malissen, and collaborators report the discovery of human RLTPR deficiency, the first primary immunodeficiency of the human CD28 pathway in T cells. Together, the two studies elucidate the largely (but not completely) overlapping roles of RLTPR in CD28 signaling in T and B cells of humans and mice.

Verdun and colleagues find that the uracil-DNA glycosylase UNG, which promotes DNA breaks in the immunoglobulin genes during class switch recombination and is required for AID-induced chromosomal translocations, protects telomeres from AID-induced DNA damage and subsequent dysfunction.

Liu and collaborators show that calorie restriction limits the severity of abdominal aortic aneurysms in mice by modulating the activity of the energy sensor SIRT1 in vascular smooth muscle cells.

Kishi et al. find that protein C receptor (PROCR) is specifically expressed on the surface of Th17 cells and its loss exacerbates encephalitogenic Th17 cell responses.

Delaunay et al. reveal the role of U34 tRNA-modifying enzymes in the regulation of specific mRNA translation to support cell invasion and metastasis.

Correction

Close Modal
This Feature Is Available To Subscribers Only

Sign In or Create an Account

Close Modal
Close Modal