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Evolution and involution of CD4 memory

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Host: Nick Holmes (nh106@cam.ac.uk)

I am interested in the cellular and molecular basis of CD4 memory, and how this evolved in the modern mammalian immune system. In particular, we have identified lymphoid tissue inducer cells as critical regulators of CD4 memory, and are interested in how these cells might be undermined by infection, but also manipulated to control unwanted CD4 driven immune responses

This talk is part of the Immunology in Pathology series.

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