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05.14.2019

The AIM Symposium has finished wrapping up and was by all accounts a huge success! We had leading scientist from around the world that gave wonderful talks on their current research and future plans.

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10.21.2019
Autophagy

Mammalian homologs of yeast Atg8 protein (mAtg8s) are important in autophagy, but their exact mode of action remains ill‐defined. Syntaxin 17 (Stx17), a SNARE with major roles in autophagy, was...

10.14.2019
TAIMS Seminars
Event Date: 10.22.2019

Cryo-Electron Microscopy for Three-Dimension Protein Structure Determination

Improving your analysis and optimizing your products and workflows are the foundations for developing innovative...

Metabolism Corner

10.22.2019
Metabolism

Mechanisms that regulate metabolites and downstream energy generation are key determinants of T cell cytokine production, but the processes underlying the Th17 profile that predicts the metabolic status of people with obesity are untested. Th17 function requires fatty acid uptake, and our new data...

10.21.2019
Metabolism

Regulatory T (Treg) cells expressing the X-chromosome-encoded transcription factor Foxp3 represent a specialized immunosuppressive lineage with a well-recognized, essential function in preventing fatal autoimmunity and inflammation. Recent studies revealed that Treg cells can also exert systemic...

Research Opportunities at AIM

New postdoc position open in Dr. Vojo Deretic's laboratory to study Autophagy.