Jacqueline R. Kemp

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Retrotransposons are repetitive DNA sequences that are positioned throughout the human genome. Retrotransposons are capable of copying themselves and mobilizing new copies to novel genomic locations in a process called retrotransposition. While most retrotransposon sequences in the human genome are incomplete and incapable of mobilization, the LINE-1(More)
gammadelta T cells have a crucial role in cell-mediated immunity (CMI) against P. chabaudi malaria, but delta-chain knockout (KO) (deltao/o) mice and mice depleted of gammadelta T cells with mAb cure this infection. To address the question of why mice deficient in gammadelta T cells resolve P. chabaudi infections, we immunized deltao/o mice by infection(More)
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