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Immunometabolims taught by patients

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In the first part of my talk I will briefly present and discuss the key findings of a study we recently completed that identified pathological mitochondrial retrograde signaling as a disease modifier in patients with primary antibody deficiency.

I will then change gear and present unpublished work-in-progress on iron homeostasis in NK cells.

This talk is part of the Babraham Seminar series.

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