CLINICAL AND TRANSLATIONAL IMMUNOLOGY
Plasma Leptin Levels, Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome, and Diabetes Are Associated with Obesity-Related Alterations of Peripheral Blood Monocyte Subsets
Effect of a Fructose-Rich Diet on Gut Microbiota and Immunomodulation: Potential Factors for Multiple Sclerosis
Cullin 3–Mediated Regulation of Intracellular Iron Homeostasis Promotes Thymic Invariant NKT Cell Maturation
Ruminococcus gnavus and Limosilactobacillus reuteri Regulate Reg3γ Expression through Multiple Pathways
On the cover: Cryogenic electron microscopy structures revealing distinct binding epitopes of neutralizing Abs to GARP/latent TGF-β. The horseshoe-like structure of GARP is depicted in orange, and latent TGF-β in magenta. Fab LHG-10 is depicted in lemon green (upper graph), 28G11 in cyan (middle graph), and 12G2B4 in dark green (lower graph). Igney, F. H., R. Ebenhoch, F. Schiele, and H. Nar. 2023. Anti-GARP antibodies inhibit release of TGF-β by regulatory T cells via different modes of action, but do not influence their function in vitro. ImmunoHorizons 7: 200–212.
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