Tissue-resident memory CD8( ) T cells promote melanoma-immune equilibrium in skin
Simone L Park, Anthony Buzzai, Jai Rautela, Jyh Liang Hor, Katharina Hochheiser, Maike Effern, Nathan McBain, Teagan Wagner, Jarem Edwards, Robyn McConville, James S Wilmott, Richard A Scolyer, Thomas Tueting, Umaimainthan Palendria, David Gyorki, Scott N Mueller, Nicholas D Huntington, Sammy Bedoui, Michael Hoelzel, Laura K Mackay Show all
Nature | NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP | Published : 2019
Awarded by Australian National Health and Medical Research Council
Awarded by Cancer Council of Victoria
Awarded by German Research Foundation
We thank F. Carbone and A. Kallies for critical reading of our manuscript. This work was supported by the University of Melbourne (Elizabeth and Vernon Puzey Scholarship to S.L.P); the Sylvia and Charles Viertel Charitable Foundation (fellowship to T.G.); the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council (fellowships to L.K.M., R.A.S., J.S.W, S.N.M. and N.D.H; grants to R.A.S., J.S.W (1093017) and N.D.H. (1124907, 1124784)); the Cancer Councils of Victoria (grant to N.D.H. (1145730)) and Western Australia (fellowship to J.W.); BHP (grant to J.W.); and the German Research Foundation (GRK2168 Bo&MeRanG Faculty Support Scholarship to M.E., Excellence Cluster ImmunoSensation to M.H. and Program Grant SFB 854/TP27 to T.T.). K.H. is a Rhian and Paul Brazis Fellow in Translational Melanoma Immunology. N.D.H. was supported by the Harry J. Lloyd Charitable Trust, Melanoma Research Alliance, Ian Potter Foundation, Tour de Cure and Cancer Research Institute (USA) and the Victorian State Government Operational Infrastructure Support Scheme.