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CIT researchers demonstrate that DC therapy leads to long-lasting immunomodulatory effects in an antigen-dependent and antigen-independent manner.
Proteomic profiling of single human pancreatic islet sections using a new nanoscale technology called nanoPOTS
CIT members discuss the advantages and limitations of this technology in the clinical setting as a tool in our repertoire used for optimizing individualized patient care.
CIT researchers provide evidence that the therapeutic potential of metformin in lupus may be multifaceted, including the modulation of type I IFN stimulated genes, as well as STAT3 signaling.
UF Diabetes Institute researchers discover way to expand potent regulatory cells
CIT member, Dr. Shannon Wallet, finds peripheral mechanisms involved in the response to pain may change with age.