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Department of Immunology


Thai E, Murugan R, et al. 2023. Molecular determinants of cross-reactivity and potency by VH3-33 antibodies against the Plasmodium falciparum circumsporozoite protein. Cell Reports42.

Bei KF, Moshkelgosha S, et al. 2023. Intragraft regulatory T cells in the modern era: what can high-dimensional methods tell us about pathways to allograft acceptance? Frontiers In Immunology14.

Man HSJ, Moosa VA, et al. 2023. Unlocking the potential of RNA-based therapeutics in the lung: current status and future directions. Frontiers In Genetics14.

Dunn SE, Perry WA, et al. 2023. Mechanisms and consequences of sex differences in immune responses. Nature Reviews Nephrology

Pouyabahar D, Chung SW, et al. 2023. A rat liver cell atlas reveals intrahepatic myeloid heterogeneity. iScience26.

Ucciferri CC, Wyeth RC. 2023. Chemosensory afference in the tentacle nerve of Lymnaea stagnalis. Invertebrate Biology

Van Steenwinckel J, Bokobza C, et al. 2023. Key roles of glial cells in the encephalopathy of prematurity. Glia

Li YR, Zuniga-Pflucker JC. 2023. Thymus aging and immune reconstitution, progresses and challenges. Seminars In Immunology70.

Genshaft AS, Subudhi S, et al. 2023. Single-cell RNA sequencing of liver fine-needle aspirates captures immune diversity in the blood and liver in chronic hepatitis B patients. Hepatology78:1525-1541

Hassel JC, Piperno-Neumann S, et al. 2023. Three-Year Overall Survival with Tebentafusp in Metastatic Uveal Melanoma. New England Journal Of Medicine

Genta S, Lajkosz K, et al. 2023. Autoimmune PaneLs as PrEdictors of Toxicity in Patients TReated with Immune Checkpoint InhibiTors (ALERT). Journal Of Experimental & Clinical Cancer Research42.

Matveev VA, Mihelic EZ, et al. 2023. Immunogenicity of COVID-19 vaccines and their effect on HIV reservoir in older people with HIV. iScience26.

Santos AF, Riggioni C, et al. 2023. EAACI guidelines on the diagnosis of IgE-mediated food allergy. Allergy

Barayan D, Khalaf F, et al. 2023. Reply to Lund et al. American Journal Of Physiology-endocrinology And Metabolism325:E423-E424

Audouze-Chaud J, Mathews JA, et al. 2023. Efficient and stable CRISPR/Cas9-mediated genome-editing of human type 2 innate lymphoid cells. Frontiers In Immunology14.

Li JE, Karakas D, et al. 2023. Desialylated Platelet Clearance in the Liver is a Novel Mechanism of Systemic Immunosuppression. Research6.

Touil H, Li R, et al. 2023. Cross-talk between B cells, microglia and macrophages, and implications to central nervous system compartmentalized inflammation and progressive multiple sclerosis. eBiomedicine96.

Zheng CX, Snow BE, et al. 2023. Tumor-specific cholinergic CD4+ T lymphocytes guide immunosurveillance of hepatocellular carcinoma. Nature Cancer4:1437.

Costiniuk CT, Singer J, et al. 2023. Antibody neutralization capacity after coronavirus disease 2019 vaccination in people with HIV in Canada. Aids37:F25-F35

Guo MD, Abd-Rabbo D, et al. 2023. Molecular, metabolic, and functional CD4 T cell paralysis in the lymph node impedes tumor control. Cell Reports42

Khan OF. 2023. Best practices for characterizing RNA lipid nanoparticles. Nature Reviews Methods Primers3.

Vaswani CM, Varkouhi AK, et al. 2023. Preventing occludin tight-junction disruption via inhibition of microRNA-193b-5p attenuates viral load and influenza-induced lung injury. Molecular Therapy31:2681-2701

Fang KKL, Lee J, et al. 2023. Targeting T-cell malignancies using allogeneic double-negative CD4-CAR-T cells. Journal For Immunotherapy Of Cancer11.

Last Updated January 5, 2024


See the basic research related to, and informational pamphlets about the COVID-19 pandemic from our faculty and students.


View a presentation from Professor Tania Wattsexplaining the immunology of COVID-19 as well as information relating to the newly developed vaccines.

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IMMPress Magazine

In this issue of IMMpress, the interconnectedness of international research is visually represented in a chord diagram resembling earth. A chord diagram is commonly used to illustrate the inter-relationships between entities, with each arc bridging from one point to another to demonstrate their connection. As depicted, research does not occur in isolation; it is intricately connected to not only other research nodes, but the broader world. In a way, we are all integral parts of a larger network of effort aimed at creating a better world for everyone.

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UofTMed is an alumni magazine like no other. Bold, ambitious and lively, we dive into medicine’s most pressing topics. Read the latest issue of UofTMed magazine, with all your favourite regular departments and provocative feature articles.