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Women Immunologists from our journals

To celebrate the achievements of women in STEM on Ada Lovelace Day (10th October), we present the following collection of high-impact articles authored by women that have been published in our journals. 

Immunology

 
The T helper type 17/regulatory T cell paradigm in pregnancy
Ana Sofia Figueiredo (first author) & Anne Schumacher (senior author)
 
Innate and adaptive immune responses in neurodegeneration and repair
Sandra Amor (first author) & Nicola Woodroofe (senior author)
 
The regulation of host defences to infection by the microbiota
Rebecca Brown (first author)
 
Intestinal dysbiosis and probiotic applications in autoimmune diseases
Gislane Lelis Vilela de Oliveira (first author)
 
The role of mucosal-associated invariant T cells in infectious diseases
Emily Wong (first author) & Victoria Kasprowicz (senior author)

Clinical & Experimental Immunology

 
CD4 T cell differentiation in type 1 diabetes
Lucy Walker (first author)
 
The ageing human B cell repertoire: a failure of selection?
Deborah Dunn-Waters (sole author)
 
HIV-exposed uninfected children: a growing population with a vulnerable immune system?
Louise Afran (first author) & Sarah Rowland-Jones (senior author)
 
Production of complement components by cells of the immune system
Rosalie Lubbers (first author)
 
The influence of macrophages on mesenchymal stromal cell therapy: passive or aggressive agents?
Fiona Carty (first author) & Karen English (senior author)