Tag: T cells

  • Buddisode 38 – Yin and Yang of Tfh

    In this Buddisode, we sit down with Dr. Simon Bélanger from the La Jolla Institute of Immunology (currently at Vir Biotechnology) to discuss his work on a transcription factor that can define early T follicular helper cell fate. Check out our memes on Facebook (@antibuddies), Twitter (@antibuddiesP), and Instagram (@AntibuddiesPodcast). Website: Antibuddies – Science Communication & […]

  • Buddisode 30 – Finding the right clone

    We sit down with Dr. Yosuke Kumamoto from Rutgers new jersey medical school to discuss the role of a specific subset of DCs that retain lymphocytes in the SLOs to scan the repertoire post-immunization. Check out our memes on Facebook (@antibuddies), Twitter (@antibuddiesP), and Instagram (@AntibuddiesPodcast). Website: Antibuddies – Science Communication & Immunology (Antibuddies.org) Join us […]

  • Buddisode 25 – Microbe-specific thymocyte development

    In this Buddisode, Dara, Eugenio, Natalie, & Jatin sit down with Daniel from Gretchen Diehl’s lab at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, NY. The discussion entails their 2021 paper about the development of bacteria-specific T cells in the thymus of young mice and all the implications surrounding this discovery. Check out our memes on Facebook […]

  • Buddisode 22 – Your immune cells determine how fast you age

    In this Buddisode, Eugenio, Natalie, and Jatin sit down with Drs. Rafael Flores and Matthew Yousefzadeh to discuss their recent research that aims to dissect the role of the immune system in systemic aging. Check out our memes on Facebook (@antibuddies), Twitter (@antibuddiesP), and Instagram (@AntibuddiesPodcast). Website: Antibuddies – Science Communication & Immunology (Antibuddies.org) Join us […]

  • Episode 9 – T cell development #2

    In the 9th episode of Immunology 101 series, Dara, Jatin, and Natalie continue talking about T cell development with some details on the molecular level. Check out our memes on Facebook (@antibuddies), Twitter (@antibuddiesP), and Instagram (@AntibuddiesPodcast). Join us on our bimonthly journal club at our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxyrHotyyY3sSwcp1zigeCw Send us your queries/questions/suggestions at antibuddies1@gmail.com. Website: Antibuddies […]

  • Episode 8 – T cell development #1

    In the 8th episode of Immunology 101 series, Dara, Jatin, and Natalie talk about the steps in the development of T cells and how self love is important, to an extent. Check out our memes on Facebook (@antibuddies), Twitter (@antibuddiesP), and Instagram (@AntibuddiesPodcast). Join us on our bimonthly journal club at our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxyrHotyyY3sSwcp1zigeCw Send […]

  • Episode 7 – Gene Rearrangement in T cells

    In the 7th episode of Immunology 101 series, Dara, Eugenio, Jatin, and Natalie talk about the discovery of the T cell receptors, the mechanism of VDJ recombination in T cells, and comparison of VDJ recombination in T and B cells. Check out our memes on Facebook (@antibuddies), Twitter (@antibuddiesP), and Instagram (@AntibuddiesPodcast). Join us on […]

  • Buddisode 19 – A new spin to T cell flavors

    In this Buddisode, Eugenio, Natalie, and Jatin sit down with Dr. Deepak Rao from Harvard Medical School and discuss about his lab’s 2019 publication about peripheral helper T cells that could potentially be providing help to B cells outside the follicles. Check out our memes on Facebook (@antibuddies), Twitter (@antibuddiesP), and Instagram (@AntibuddiesPodcast). Website: Antibuddies – […]

  • Buddisode 12 – Anxie-T cells

    In this buddisode, Eugenio, Jatin, and Natalie discuss about the a the role T cells in anxiety in murine models. Check out our memes on Facebook (@antibuddies) and Twitter (@antibuddiesP). Website: Antibuddies – Science Communication & Immunology (Antibuddies.org) Join us on our monthly journal club at our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxyrHotyyY3sSwcp1zigeCw Send us your queries/questions/suggestions at antibuddies1@gmail.com. Source: https://www.cell.com/cell/fulltext/S0092-8674(19)31117-1?_returnURL=https%3A%2F%2Flinkinghub.elsevier.com%2Fretrieve%2Fpii%2FS0092867419311171%3Fshowall%3Dtrue

  • Monolog 2 – Don’t blame the butter for what the bread did

    In this monolog, Tanu briefly discusses the recent study from Ang et al. about the effect of ketogenic diet on gut microbiota and Th17 cells. There are three diets discussed in the episode based on fat to carb ratio: the standard or baseline diet (35:50), high fat diet (75:10), and ketogenic diet (90:0). Check out […]