ImmPort’s latest shared data release contains high-quality immunology data covering a variety of focus areas, including new COVID-19 data, influenza-related data, an inflammatory arthritis study, and malaria vaccine-related clinical trial data. Additionally, there are 9 new studies related to preterm birth, spanning subject areas from the microbiome, to transcriptomic profiling, and more.
Studies shared during Data Release 37 include:
• SDY1680 Flow Cytometry of T Cells from Hospitalized or Ambulatory Adults with Respiratory Viral Infections COVID-19 Cohort
• SDY1631 The Roles of CD103 and CD49a in Adherence and Motility of CD8 T Cells
• SDY1697 PPARa Exacerbates Necroptosis, Leading to Increased Mortality in Postinfluenza Superinfection
• SDY1619 Study of Safety and Effectiveness of Intravenous Immunization with PfSPZ Vaccine in Healthy African Adults - Vaccine Safety Cohort
• SDY1671 Study of Safety and Effectiveness of Intravenous Immunization with PfSPZ Vaccine in Healthy African Adults - Vaccine Efficacy and Placebo Cohorts
• SDY1599 Synovial Fibroblast Positional Identity Controlled by Inductive Notch Signaling Underlies Pathologic Damage in Inflammatory Arthritis
• SDY1646 43rd Multicenter Airway Research Collaboration (MARC-43)
• SDY1684 Clinical and Immunological Metrics During Pediatric Rhesus Macaque Development
• SDY1681 Derivation of Endometrial Gland Organoids from Term Placenta
• SDY1686 Dissecting Maternal and Fetal Genetic Effects Underlying the Associations Between Maternal Phenotypes, Birth Outcomes, and Adult Phenotypes
• SDY1692 High-throughput Quantitation of Serological Ceramides/Dihydroceramides by LC/MS/MS
• SDY1693 The Association Between Vaginal Bacterial Composition and Miscarriage
• SDY1679 Relaxed Constraint and Functional Divergence of Progesterone Receptor Gene
• SDY1699 Vaginal Dysbiosis Increases Risk of PPROM, Neonatal Sepsis and is Exacerbated by Erythromycin
• SDY1688 Computational Discovery of Therapeutic Candidates for Preventing Preterm Birth
• SDY1701 Unique Transcriptomic Landscapes Identified in sPTB and Infection
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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