Buddisode 24 – Type I vs Type II interferons in autoimmunity

In this Buddisode, Dara & Jatin sit down with Adam Fike from Ziaur Rahman’s lab at Penn State University. The discussion entails their 2020 publication that teased apart the contribution of Type I and Type II interferons in TLR7-mediated systemic autoimmunity.

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Article of discussion: Type II but Not Type I IFN Signaling Is Indispensable for TLR7-Promoted Development of Autoreactive B Cells and Systemic Autoimmunity | The Journal of Immunology (jimmunol.org)


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