Latest publications: April 2020

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Congratulations to members of the Department who have recently had their research findings published. Here’s our round-up of the latest publication successes.*

Title Canonical journal title Publication type Authors OR Authors/Contributors Publication date
COVID-19 and Calcineurin Inhibitors: Should They Get Left Out in the Storm? JASN Journal Article Michelle Willicombe, David Thomas and Stephen McAdoo 20/04/2020
Updates in Diagnosis and Management of Preeclampsia in Women with CKD. Clin J Am Soc Nephrol Journal Article, Review Wiles K, Chappell LC, Lightstone L, Bramham K 02/04/2020
Sestrins induce natural killer function in senescent-like CD8(+) T cells NATURE IMMUNOLOGY Article, Early Access, Journal Pereira B, De Maeyer RPH, Covre LP, Nehar-Belaid D, Lanna A, Ward S, Marches R, Chambers ES, Gomes DCO, Riddell NE, Maini MK, Teixeira VH, Janes SM, Gilroy DW, Larbi A, Mabbott NA, Ucar D, Kuchel GA, Henson SM, Strid J, Lee JH, Banchereau J, Akbar AN 30/03/2020
ADAMTS-5: A difficult teenager turning 20. Int J Exp Pathol Journal Article, Review Santamaria S 27/03/2020
At three years, patients with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia are still at risk for relapse. Results of the international MRC UKALLXII/ECOG E2993 trial BRITISH JOURNAL OF HAEMATOLOGY Article, Early Access, Journal Ganzel C, Wang XV, Rowe JM, Richards SM, Buck G, Marks DI, Litzow MR, Paietta EM, Foroni L, Luger SM, Willman CL, Mullighan CG, Roberts KG, Wiernik PH, Douer D, Lazarus HM, Tallman MS, Goldstone AH 27/03/2020
Antibodies that conformationally activate ADAMTS13 allosterically enhance metalloprotease domain function. Blood Adv Journal Article Schelpe A-S, Petri A, Roose E, Pareyn I, Deckmyn H, De Meyer SF, Crawley JTB, Vanhoorelbeke K 24/03/2020

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