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Celebration of Research 2011

A Celebration of Research recognizes the Goodenow Lab

Maureen Goodenow, Ph.D., the Stephany W. Holloway University chair for AIDS Research, was presented with the Basic Science Research Award by Stephen Sugrue, Ph.D.

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TET1: an epigenetic guardian of lymphomagenesis

Due to their role in regulating DNA-methylation patterns, the TET proteins, in particular TET2, have emerged as key participants in tumorigenesis. Now the spotlight shifts to TET1 and its role as a...

Intrinsic host restrictions to HIV-1 and mechanisms of viral escape

HIV devotes a large portion of its coding capacity to counteracting the function of mammalian antiviral proteins. Landau and colleagues discuss the biology of mammalian restriction factors and the...

Innate immunity against HIV-1 infection

Innate effector mechanisms contribute to the control of viremia and modulate the quality of the adaptive immune response to HIV-1. Altfeld and Gale discuss the concerted actions of PRR signaling,...