1. The Majority of SARS-CoV-2 Plasma Cells are Excluded from the Bone Marrow Long-Lived Compartment 33 Months after mRNA Vaccination

    This article has 12 authors:
    1. Doan C. Nguyen
    2. Ian T. Hentenaar
    3. Andrea Morrison-Porter
    4. David Solano
    5. Natalie S. Haddad
    6. Carlos Castrillon
    7. Pedro A. Lamothe
    8. Joel Andrews
    9. Danielle Roberts
    10. Sagar Lonial
    11. Ignacio Sanz
    12. F. Eun-Hyung Lee

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  2. ACK1 and BRK non-receptor tyrosine kinase deficiencies are associated with familial systemic lupus and involved in efferocytosis

    This article has 25 authors:
    1. Stephanie Guillet
    2. Tomi Lazarov
    3. Natasha Jordan
    4. Bertrand Boisson
    5. Maria Tello
    6. Barbara Craddock
    7. Ting Zhou
    8. Chihiro Nishi
    9. Rohan Bareja
    10. Hairu Yang
    11. Frederic Rieux-Laucat
    12. Rosa Irene Fregel Lorenzo
    13. Sabrina D. Dyall
    14. David Isenberg
    15. David D’Cruz
    16. Nico Lachmann
    17. Olivier Elemento
    18. Agnes Viale
    19. Nicholas D. Socci
    20. Laurent Abel
    21. Shigekazu Nagata
    22. Morgan Huse
    23. W. Todd Miller
    24. Jean-Laurent Casanova
    25. Frederic Geissmann
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      The paper reports rare compound heterozygous deletion variants that affect the kinase domains of non-receptor tyrosine kinases TNK and ACK1 in families with human systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE). Using a mouse experimental model and human induced pluripotent stem cell (hiPSC)-derived macrophages, the study provides solid evidence that clarifies cause-effect relationships and that suggests a potential cellular mechanism underlying the resultant nephritis. With the identification of novel SLE-related genes, this manuscript provides an important basis for understanding the molecular and cellular basis of SLE pathogenesis.

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  3. The assembly of neutrophil inflammasomes during COVID-19 is mediated by type I interferons

    This article has 15 authors:
    1. Luz E. Cabrera
    2. Suvi T. Jokiranta
    3. Sanna Mäki
    4. Simo Miettinen
    5. Ravi Kant
    6. Lauri Kareinen
    7. Tarja Sironen
    8. Jukka-Pekka Pietilä
    9. Anu Kantele
    10. Eliisa Kekäläinen
    11. Hanna Lindgren
    12. Pirkko Mattila
    13. Anja Kipar
    14. Olli Vapalahti
    15. Tomas Strandin

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  4. Specific long-term changes in anti-SARS-CoV-2 IgG modifications and antibody functions in mRNA, adenovector, and protein subunit vaccines

    This article has 6 authors:
    1. Sebastian Reinig
    2. Chin Kuo
    3. Chia-Chun Wu
    4. Sheng-Yu Huang
    5. Jau-Song Yu
    6. Shin-Ru Shih

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  5. A streamlined whole blood CyTOF workflow defines a circulating immune cell signature of COVID ‐19

    This article has 16 authors:
    1. Daniel Geanon
    2. Brian Lee
    3. Edgar Gonzalez‐Kozlova
    4. Geoffrey Kelly
    5. Diana Handler
    6. Bhaskar Upadhyaya
    7. John Leech
    8. Ronaldo M. De Real
    9. Manon Herbinet
    10. Assaf Magen
    11. Diane Del Valle
    12. Alexander Charney
    13. Seunghee Kim‐Schulze
    14. Sacha Gnjatic
    15. Miriam Merad
    16. Adeeb H. Rahman

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  6. Different Innate and Adaptive Immune Responses to SARS-CoV-2 Infection of Asymptomatic, Mild, and Severe Cases

    This article has 30 authors:
    1. Rita Carsetti
    2. Salvatore Zaffina
    3. Eva Piano Mortari
    4. Sara Terreri
    5. Francesco Corrente
    6. Claudia Capponi
    7. Patrizia Palomba
    8. Mattia Mirabella
    9. Simona Cascioli
    10. Paolo Palange
    11. Ilaria Cuccaro
    12. Cinzia Milito
    13. Alimuddin Zumla
    14. Markus Maeurer
    15. Vincenzo Camisa
    16. Maria Rosaria Vinci
    17. Annapaola Santoro
    18. Eleonora Cimini
    19. Luisa Marchioni
    20. Emanuele Nicastri
    21. Fabrizio Palmieri
    22. Chiara Agrati
    23. Giuseppe Ippolito
    24. Ottavia Porzio
    25. Carlo Concato
    26. Andrea Onetti Muda
    27. Massimiliano Raponi
    28. Concetta Quintarelli
    29. Isabella Quinti
    30. Franco Locatelli

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  7. Complement and tissue factor–enriched neutrophil extracellular traps are key drivers in COVID-19 immunothrombosis

    This article has 17 authors:
    1. Panagiotis Skendros
    2. Alexandros Mitsios
    3. Akrivi Chrysanthopoulou
    4. Dimitrios C. Mastellos
    5. Simeon Metallidis
    6. Petros Rafailidis
    7. Maria Ntinopoulou
    8. Eleni Sertaridou
    9. Victoria Tsironidou
    10. Christina Tsigalou
    11. Maria Tektonidou
    12. Theocharis Konstantinidis
    13. Charalampos Papagoras
    14. Ioannis Mitroulis
    15. Georgios Germanidis
    16. John D. Lambris
    17. Konstantinos Ritis

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  8. Plasma From Recovered COVID-19 Patients Inhibits Spike Protein Binding to ACE2 in a Microsphere-Based Inhibition Assay

    This article has 9 authors:
    1. Edward P Gniffke
    2. Whitney E Harrington
    3. Nicholas Dambrauskas
    4. Yonghou Jiang
    5. Olesya Trakhimets
    6. Vladimir Vigdorovich
    7. Lisa Frenkel
    8. D Noah Sather
    9. Stephen E P Smith

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  9. Hydroxychloroquine Inhibits the Trained Innate Immune Response to Interferons

    This article has 19 authors:
    1. Nils Rother
    2. Cansu Yanginlar
    3. Rik G.H. Lindeboom
    4. Siroon Bekkering
    5. Mandy M.T. van Leent
    6. Baranca Buijsers
    7. Inge Jonkman
    8. Mark de Graaf
    9. Marijke Baltissen
    10. Lieke A. Lamers
    11. Niels P. Riksen
    12. Zahi A. Fayad
    13. Willem J.M. Mulder
    14. Luuk B. Hilbrands
    15. Leo A.B. Joosten
    16. Mihai G. Netea
    17. Michiel Vermeulen
    18. Johan van der Vlag
    19. Raphaël Duivenvoorden

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  10. Systems-Level Immunomonitoring from Acute to Recovery Phase of Severe COVID-19

    This article has 20 authors:
    1. Lucie Rodriguez
    2. Pirkka T. Pekkarinen
    3. Tadepally Lakshmikanth
    4. Ziyang Tan
    5. Camila Rosat Consiglio
    6. Christian Pou
    7. Yang Chen
    8. Constantin Habimana Mugabo
    9. Ngoc Anh Nguyen
    10. Kirsten Nowlan
    11. Tomas Strandin
    12. Lev Levanov
    13. Jaromir Mikes
    14. Jun Wang
    15. Anu Kantele
    16. Jussi Hepojoki
    17. Olli Vapalahti
    18. Santtu Heinonen
    19. Eliisa Kekäläinen
    20. Petter Brodin

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