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keywords Microbiome
overview Innate and Innate-Like Lymphocytes Our laboratory studies the populations of lymphocytes that reside at mucosal barriers and perform rapid innate-like functions to maintain homeostasis and protect against infection, injury and tumor. We use developmental biology and genetic engineering to define the identity and track the function of multiple ‘unconventional’ populations including NKT cells, MAIT cells, gamma-delta T cells, innate lymphoid cells, intraepithelial intestinal T lymphocytes and IgA producing intestinal B cells. Ultimately, these studies help identify the central relationships between immunity and microbiome at the intestinal barrier.

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Concept Inflammation
Concept Inflammatory Bowel Diseases
Concept Immunity, Mucosal
Concept Lipid Metabolism
Academic Article Lipid presentation by CD1: the short and the long lipid story.
Academic Article A distal effect of microsomal triglyceride transfer protein deficiency on the lysosomal recycling of CD1d.
Academic Article Airborne lipid antigens mobilize resident intravascular NKT cells to induce allergic airway inflammation.
Academic Article Selection and expansion of CD8alpha/alpha(1) T cell receptor alpha/beta(1) intestinal intraepithelial lymphocytes in the absence of both classical major histocompatibility complex class I and nonclassical CD1 molecules.
Academic Article Editing of CD1d-bound lipid antigens by endosomal lipid transfer proteins.
Academic Article Intrinsic functional defects of type 2 innate lymphoid cells impair innate allergic inflammation in promyelocytic leukemia zinc finger (PLZF)-deficient mice.
Academic Article Natural polyreactive IgA antibodies coat the intestinal microbiota.
Academic Article IgA Responses to Microbiota.
Academic Article Diverse developmental pathways of intestinal intraepithelial lymphocytes.
Academic Article B cell superantigens in the human intestinal microbiota.
Academic Article A Gata3 enhancer necessary for ILC2 development and function.
Academic Article GATA4 controls regionalization of tissue immunity and commensal-driven immunopathology.

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