Buddisode 23 – B cells in the brain

In this Buddisode, Eugenio, Natalie, and Jatin sit down with Dr. Wei-le Wang who is a posdoc in the lab of Dr. Marco Colonna lab at Washington University, St. Louis. The discussion entails Wei-le’s recent publication that finds a unique niche around the CNS where new immune cells are formed.

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Article of discussion: Heterogeneity of meningeal B cells reveals a lymphopoietic niche at the CNS borders | Science (sciencemag.org)


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