New COVID-19 Immunology Data Available in ImmPort

A primary mission of ImmPort is to promote rapid availability of data associated with important findings via a trusted open access platform. ImmPort’s latest release of data contains high-quality immunological findings related to COVID-19, as well as other significant studies in the field of immunology. Studies shared during this data release include:

SDY1655 Longitudinal Analyses Reveal Immunological Misfiring in Severe COVID-19, PI: Akiko Iwasaki - Yale School of Medicine

SDY1648 Sex Differences in Immune Responses to SARS-CoV-2 that Underlie Disease Outcomes, PI: Akiko Iwasaki - Yale School of Medicine

SDY1640 Targets of T Cell Responses to SARS-Cov-2 Coronavirus in Humans with COVID-19 Disease and Unexposed Individuals, PI: Alessandro Sette - La Jolla Institute for Immunology

SDY1662 An Inflammatory Cytokine Signature Predicts Covid-19 Severity and Survival, PI: Sacha Gnjatic - Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

SDY1630 Effects of Tissue Localization on Natural Killer Cell Phenotypic and Functional Diversity, PI: Donna Farber - Columbia University

SDY1634 Charge-altering Releasable Transporters Enable Specific Phenotypic Manipulation of Resting Primary Natural Killer Cells, PI: Catherine Blish – Stanford University

SDY1603 Investigating the Natural Killer Cell Response to Acute Dengue Infection in Adult and Pediatric Patients; PI: Catherine Blish - Stanford University; Sandra López-Vergès - Gorgas Memorial Institute for Health Studies

SDY1654 Single-cell Transcriptomics of Human T Cells Reveals Tissue and Activation Signatures in Health and Disease, PI: Donna Farber - Columbia University

SDY1434 Steroid and Tacrolimus Avoidance Using NULOJIX (Belatacept) in Renal Transplantation, PI: Kenneth Newell - Emory University

SDY1633 An Open-label, First-in-human, Safety and Pharmacokinetic Study of One-month Sustained-release Injectable Tacrolimus in Healthy Subjects, PI: George Atiee - Worldwide Clinical Trials

For a detailed listing of all studies shared or updated through ImmPort’s latest release, please see ImmPort’s Data Release Notes.

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