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Nature Reviews Immunology





 



Emil von Behring: translational medicine at the dawn of immunology

2017-04-10

On 31st March 1917, Emil von Behring passed away. Why is this event so important for immunologists a century later?



Immune regulation: IL-10 targets macrophage metabolism

2017-05-26

The anti-inflammatory effects of IL-10 involve mTORC1-regulated metabolic and autophagic pathways in macrophages.



Neuroimmunology: Macrophages help you burn energy

2017-05-15

Macrophages in brown adipose tissue support sympathetic innervation to ensure proper homeostatic energy expenditure.



Asthma and allergy: The NET effect of respiratory viruses

2017-05-26

Rhinovirus infections exacerbate asthma by inducing the release of neutrophil extracellular traps.



Tumour immunology: Immune atlas sheds light on anticancer responses

2017-05-26

Multiscale immune profiling strategies facilitate unprecedented insights into the subtypes and composition of immune cells in the tumour microenvironment.



Medullary Thymic epithelial cell progenitors: hidden in plain sight

2017-05-08

Graham Anderson describes a 2001 study by Rodewald and colleagues that provided the first experimental evidence for thymic epithelial cell progenitors.



Tumour immunology: Platelets — a new target in cancer immunotherapy?

2017-05-26

Activation of TGFβ by platelets limits the efficacy of anti-tumour T cell responses.



Monocyte differentiation and antigen-presenting functions

2017-04-24

Monocytes develop in the bone marrow and represent the primary type of mononuclear phagocyte found in the blood. They were long thought of as a source for tissue macrophages, but recent studies indicate more complex roles for monocytes, both within the circulation and after their



Mitochondrial DNA in innate immune responses and inflammatory pathology

2017-04-10

Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) — which is well known for its role in oxidative phosphorylation and maternally inherited mitochondrial diseases — is increasingly recognized as an agonist of the innate immune system that influences antimicrobial responses and inflammatory pathology. On entering the cytoplasm, extracellular space or



Multi-receptor detection of individual bacterial products by the innate immune system

2017-05-02

The receptors of the innate immune system detect specific microbial ligands to promote effective inflammatory and adaptive immune responses. Although this idea is well appreciated, studies in recent years have highlighted the complexity of innate immune detection, with multiple host receptors recognizing the same microbial



Antigen-inexperienced memory CD8+ T cells: where they come from and why we need them

2017-05-08

Memory-phenotype CD8+ T cells exist in substantial numbers within hosts that have not been exposed to either foreign antigen or overt lymphopenia. These antigen-inexperienced memory-phenotype T cells can be divided into two major subsets: 'innate memory' T cells and 'virtual memory' T cells.



Immunosuppressive cell death in cancer

2017-05-08

Harnessing the fundamental machinery of the immune system provides an opportunity to cure cancer, and this has led oncologists to turn their attention to the interface between therapeutic strategies, cancer cell death and the immunological consequences. In their recent Review article (Immunogenic cell death



Reply: Immunosuppressive cell death in cancer

2017-05-08

In our recent Review (Immunogenic cell death in cancer and infectious disease. Nat. Rev. Immunol.17, 97–111 (2017)), we discussed the molecular and cellular processes through which the death of infected and malignant cells can initiate an adaptive immune response against