Type I interferon as a novel endogenous trigger of trained immunity
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- PhD students, Honours students
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- Department / Centre
- Baker Department of Cardiometabolic Health
- Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute
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Summary Trained immunity is a form of innate immune memory resulting in a “high-alert” immune state. We will explore whether type I interferon can build immunological memory in vivo and whether this exerts harmful effects in the setting of chronic inflammation, such as atherosclerosis.
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