VI4 Recommended Reading

The fields of infection biology, immunobiology and inflammation research is varied and ever-expanding. Researchers the world over are making discoveries that contribute greatly to our collective understanding of health and disease. VI4 is committed to providing our members, students, and community resources to aid in knowledge-building in these core VI4 research areas. Please check out our current curated recommended reading list below from scientists across the country!

Recommended Reading - June 7th, 2020

VI4 Curation Team

  1. Sex-specific adipose tissue imprinting of regulatory T cells. Vasanthakumar A, et al. in Nature, February 26, 2020
  2. Metabolites released from apoptotic cells act as tissue messengers. Medina C, et al. in Nature, March 18, 2020
  3. Transsulfuration Activity Can Support Cell Growth upon Extracellular Cysteine Limitation. Zhu J, et al. in Cell Metabolism, November 5, 2019
  4. Decoy exosomes provide protection against bacterial toxins. Keller M D, et al. in Nature, March 4, 2020
  5. Tuft-Cell-Derived Leukotrienes Drive Rapid Anti-helminth Immunity in the Small Intestine but Are Dispensable for Anti-protist Immunity. McGinty J, et al. in Cell Press, March 17, 2020
  6. Collective Viral Spread Mediated by Virion Aggregates Promotes the Evolution of Defective Interfering Particles.. Andreu-Moreno, Sanjuan, Rafael in American Society for Microbiology Journal, January 7, 2020
  7. JC Virus infected choroid plexus epithelial cells produce extracellular vesicles that infect glial cells independently of the virus attachment receptor. O'Hara BA, et al. in PLOS Pathogens, March 4, 2020
  8. Fecal IgA Levels Are Determined by Strain-Level Differences in Bacteroides Ovatus and Are Modifiable by Gut Microbiota Manipulation. Yang C, et al. in Cell Host & Microbe, February 18, 2020
  9. Long-term dietary intervention reveals resilience of the gut microbiota despite changes in diet and weight. Fragiadais G, et al. in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, March 18, 2020
  10. Commensal Bacteria Modulate Immunoglobulin A Binding in Response to Host Nutrition. Huus K, et al. in Cell Host & Microbe, April 13, 2020

Recommended Reading - May 3rd, 2020

VI4 Curation Team

  1. N6-methyladenosine modification enables viral RNA to escape recognition by RNA sensor RIG-I. Lu M, et al. in Nature, April 5, 2020
  2. Targeted selection of HIV-specific antibody mutations by engineering B cell maturation. Saunders K, et al. in Science, December 6, 2019
  3. Transcriptomic and epigenetic mechanisms underlying myeloid diversity in the lung. Sajti E, et al. in Nature Immunology, January 20, 2020
  4. B cells and tertiary lymphoid structures promote immunotherapy response. Helmink B, et al. in Nature, January 15, 2020
  5. c-Kit-positive ILC2s exhibit an ILC3-like signature that may contribute to IL-17-mediated pathologies. Bernink J, et al. in Nature Immunology, November 13, 2019
  6. Structure‐Guided Design of a Group B Streptococcus Type III Synthetic Glycan–Conjugate Vaccine. Oldrini D, et al. in Chemistry Europe, February 14, 2020
  7. Antirotavirus IgA seroconversion rates in children who receive concomitant oral poliovirus vaccine: A secondary, pooled analysis of Phase II and III trial data from 33 countries. Baker JM, et al. in PLOS Medicine, December 30, 2019
  8. An anti-inflammatory eicosanoid switch mediates the suppression of type-2 inflammation by helminth larval products. de Los Reyes J M, et al. in Science, April 22, 2020
  9. Mutational signature in colorectal cancer caused by genotoxic pks+ E. coli. Pleguezuelos-Manzano C, et al. in Nature, February 27, 2020
  10. Antibiotic Degradation by Commensal Microbes Shields Pathogens. Gjonbalaj M, et al. in American Society for Microbiology Journal, January 14, 2020