This study develops a holistic view of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) transmission worldwide through a spatial-temporal model with network dynamics. By using a unique human mobility dataset containing 547,166 flights with a total capacity of 101,455,913 passengers among 22 countries during the past three months, we analyze the associations between international travel movement in six […]
Editor’s Note: Today’s post is by Dr. Jie Xu, a professor at the School of Information Management, Wuhan University of China. She is also a Senior Academic Associate of CIBER Research Ltd. Her research interests are scholarly communication and information behavior. Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, Jie has not been able to return to her […]
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Nature Genetics 52, 473–481(2020)Cite this article 177 Accesses 1 Citations 19 Altmetric Metrics Here we report biallelic mutations in the sorbitol dehydrogenase gene (SORD) as the most frequent recessive form of hereditary neuropathy. We identified 45 individuals from 38 families across multiple ancestries carrying the nonsense c.757delG (p.Ala253GlnfsTer27) variant in SORD, in either a homozygous or […]
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Nature (2020)Cite this article AntibodiesNeuroimmunology It has been speculated that brain activities might directly control adaptive immune responses in lymphoid organs, although there is little evidence for this. Here we show that splenic denervation in mice specifically compromises the formation of plasma cells during a T cell-dependent but not T cell-independent immune response. Splenic nerve […]
Clipboard, Search History, and several other advanced features are temporarily unavailable. A hallmark of the adaptive immune system is the specificity of B cell and T cell responses. Mechanistically, this feature relies on the fact that the two genes that encode B cell and T cell antigen receptors are not germline encoded and instead are […]