Journal article

A Myc-dependent division timer complements a cell-death timer to regulate T cell and B cell responses

Susanne Heinzel, Binh Giang Tran, Andrey Kan, Julia M Marchingo, Bryan K Lye, Lynn M Corcoran, Philip D Hodgkin

Nature Immunology | NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP | Published : 2017

Grants

Awarded by National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia


Awarded by Victorian State Government Operational Infrastructure Support, an Australian Government NHMRC Independent Research Institutes Infrastructure Support Scheme


Funding Acknowledgements

We thank S. Cory (The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute) for vav-myc10 mice; P. Bouillet (The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute) for Bcl-2-Tg, Bcl2l11<SUP>-/-</SUP> and E mu-Myc mice; M. Hancock and T. Kratina for technical assistance; J. Zhou for help in figure preparation; and S. Cory, M. Dowling, K. Duffy and A. Strasser for critical review of the manuscript. Supported by the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia (Project Grants 1010654 and 1057831 and Program Grant 1054925; and fellowships to P.D.H. and L.M.C.), Victorian State Government Operational Infrastructure Support, an Australian Government NHMRC Independent Research Institutes Infrastructure Support Scheme (361646), The Australian Department of Education and Training (Australian Postgraduate Award to J.M.M.), The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute (Edith Moffat Scholarship to J.M.M.), the Cancer Council of Victoria (Sydney Parker Smith Postdoctoral Research Fellowship to J.M.M.) and The University of Melbourne (Melbourne International Research Scholarship for B.K.L. and Melbourne International Fee Remission Scholarship for B.K.L.).