Germline-activating mutations in PIK3CD compromise B cell development and function
Danielle T Avery, Alisa Kane, Tina Nguyen, Anthony Lau, Akira Nguyen, Helen Lenthall, Kathryn Payne, Wei Shi, Henry Brigden, Elise French, Julia Bier, Jana R Hermes, David Zahra, William A Sewell, Danyal Butt, Michael Elliott, Kaan Boztug, Isabelle Meyts, Sharon Choo, Peter Hsu Show all
The Journal of Experimental Medicine | ROCKEFELLER UNIV PRESS | Published : 2018
Awarded by National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia
Awarded by Australian Government National Health and Medical Research Council Independent Research Institutes Infrastructure Support Scheme Grant
This work was supported by program grants (1016953 and 1113904 to S.G. Tangye and R. Brink; 1054925 to L.M. Corcoran), project grants (1088215 to E.K. Deenick and C.S. MaK; 1127157 to S.G. Tangye, E.K. Deenick, C.S. Ma, and T.G. Phan), Principal Research Fellowships (1042925 to S.G. Tangye; 1105877 to R. Brink), a Fulbright Senior Scholarship (S.G. Tangye), a Postgraduate Research Scholarship (1038881 to A. Kane) from the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia, the Office of Health and Medical Research of the New South Wales Government, the Jeffrey Modell Foundation, the John Cook Brown Foundation and was made possible through Victorian State Government Operational Infrastructure Support and Australian Government National Health and Medical Research Council Independent Research Institutes Infrastructure Support Scheme Grant (361646). C.S. Ma is supported by an Early-Mid Career Research Fellowship from the New South Wales Government. W. Shi is supported by a WEHI Centenary Fellowship sponsored by Commonwealth Serum Laboratories. T. Nguyen is supported by a Research Training Program Scholarship awarded by the Australian Government.