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Immunology in the Gut
Binder Lab: Expression of the HSP receptor CD91 (red) in gut epithelium and CD11b+ cells (green) in the Lamina Propria
Salter/Watkins Labs: Phagocytic uptake of E. coli (false colored green) by a human dendritic cell
Autophagy in T cells
Lu Lab: Autophagosome formation within an activated CD4 T cells.
Microvesicle capture by Dendritic Cells
Salter/Watkins labs: FSDC dendritic cell (green-surface label, blue nucleus) after internalizing fluorescently labeled microvesicles (red).
Transcriptional control of Antibodies
Milcarek Lab: Conditional knockout of ELL2 results in impared Ig secretory mRNA processing (bottom) compared to wild type cells which produce and secrete copious amounts of Ig (top).
Protein capture in lymph nodes
Binder Lab: Intradermal immunization with gp96 leads to its localization in CD11b+CD11c+ cells in the draining lymph node.
Dr. Sandra Cascio awarded the AACR-Millennium Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Scholar-in-Training Award
Blood Brothers: Transplanting the Shlomchiks to Pittsburgh
Mark Shlomchik, MD, PhD, Professor and Chair of Immunology, gave Distinguished Lecture at AAI
Olja Finn, PhD gives a Keynote Lecture Society for Immunotherapy of Cancer Meeting
Olja Finn, PhD, presents the Third Annual Ralph Steinman Memorial at the Trudeau Institute
Olja Finn, PhD, presents a Wistar Distinguished lecture
Olja Finn, PhD presents Keynote Lecture at PIVAC Meeting
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