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St. Jude scientists show that addressing racial disparities in acute lymphoblastic leukemia should include considering how genetic ancestry affects biology and prognosis.
St. Jude study also suggests that prior immunity to common cold coronaviruses does not protect against SARS-CoV-2 infection.
St. Jude identified distinct functions for regions of a super-enhancer that controls gene expression during retina formation, calling it a ‘modular’ super-enhancer.
St. Jude have captured the structure of autoactivated BAK, a key protein for triggering apoptosis in cancer cells.
St. Jude scientists have identified key steps in production of the regulatory T cells that have a role in everything from autoimmune disorders to cancer.
St. Jude Immunology study details how T cells respond to mRNA vaccination for SARS-CoV-2. Published in Cell, in collaboration with Washington University St. Louis.
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