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    • Woodward, Emily Jean (2006-10-09)
      Department: Microbiology and Immunology
      Self-reactive B lymphocytes are frequently produced as a consequence of B cell antigen receptor rearrangement. Autoreactive B cells that are not eliminated or inactivated by tolerance mechanisms survive and mature in the ...
    • Engdahl, Taylor Brooks; 0000-0002-6280-4405 (2022-07-20)
      Department: Microbe-Host Interactions
      Hantaviruses are high-priority emerging pathogens carried by rodents and transmitted to humans by aerosolized excreta or, in rare cases, person-to-person contact. While sporadic in North and South America, many infections ...
    • Shiakolas, Andrea Raye; 0000-0001-9391-5434 (2022-03-24)
      Department: Microbe-Host Interactions
      Existing viral pathogens like human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), influenza virus, and coronaviruses, along with emerging infectious diseases, are constant worldwide threats, causing illness and death for millions of people ...
    • Strnad, Jessica Ann (2018-11-19)
      Department: Microbiology and Immunology
      The human adaptive immune system is mediated in part by B cells, which produce antibodies to protect the body from infection. Antibodies are protein molecules responsible for recognizing and binding pathogenic targets ...