The CRTI gathers researcher and clinicians who develop projects aiming to improve knowledge, diagnosis and treatments in transplantation and immune-mediated inflammatory diseases.
Congratulations to A.Roquilly and J.Poschmann for their paper published in Nature in Immunology
Monocyte differentiation into macrophages versus dendritic cells in steady-state and inflammation - Elodie SEGURA - 11H
Amphi Jean Monnet
Séminaire sur le Polyomavirus JC et son implication dans la Leucenphelopathie Multifocale Progressive - Diana PASTRANA - 11h
HLA alloantibodies are inequal in their ability to modulate endothelial cell expansion of FoxP3high T-regulatory cells - Nuala MOONEY - 11h
Pathological inflammation in patients with COVID-19: a key role for monocytes and macrophages
Nat Rev Immunol
Terminally Differentiated Effector Memory CD8(+) T Cells Identify Kidney Transplant Recipients at High Risk of Graft Failure.
J Am Soc Nephrol
Alveolar macrophages are epigenetically altered after inflammation, leading to long-term lung immunoparalysis.
Aire-dependent genes undergo Clp1-mediated 3'UTR shortening associated with higher transcript stability in the thymus
Association of HLA-DRB1*09:01 with tIgE levels among African ancestry individuals with asthma
J ALLERGY CLIN IMMUN