The Role of Macrophages in Residual Leukemia Immune Escape
We are studying the role of pattern recognition receptors to understand how “communication failure” between innate and adaptive immunity occurs.
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Leukemia-induced “Danger Signals”
Chemotherapy-treated leukemia cells, particularly from high-risk patients, produce “danger signals” that suppress, rather than activate, inflammatory signaling.
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Pediatric Leukemia Banking Study
Our tissue banking study preserves leukemia tissue specimens for future research of the biology of leukemia development, progression and relapse.
Read more: Pediatric Leukemia Banking Study.