Vol 357, Issue 6355
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- mTOR regulates metabolic adaptation of APCs in the lung and controls the outcome of allergic inflammation
Metabolic adaptation of antigen-presenting cells in the lung reprograms lung dendritic cells and modulates allergic inflammation.
Mold spores do not become invasive after inhalation by humans because neutrophils induce their death at germination.
During pathogen-induced cellular stress, Paneth cells reroute a key antimicrobial protein through an autophagy-based secretion pathway.