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Although NAADP was discovered already over 25 years ago, as the most potent Ca2+ mobilizing messenger, the mechanism of action is still unclear. In this SFB publication, we present a long-assumed binding protein for NAADP called Hn1l/Jpt2, which has essential role in activating primary T cells, hence the adaptive immune response.

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  • 24Nov
    Science Afternoon 24.11.2021

    via Webex
    Progress Report A09
    External Speaker Prof. Fabio Grassi (Mucosal Immunology, Institute for Research in Biomedicine, Bellinzona, Switzerland)

  • 27Oct
    Science Afternoon 27.10.2021

    via Webex
    Progress Report A18
    External Speaker Prof. Christian Drosten (Director of the Institute of Virology, Scientific & Charité Global Health,…

  • 20Oct
    PAPER NATURE COMMUNICATIONS

    Adenosine is a potent anti-inflammatory molecule generated by the ectonucleotidase CD73. In this publication Enja Schneider, Riekje Winzer et al. show…

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