Journal article

BATF3 programs CD8( )T cell memory

Marco A Ataide, Karl Komander, Konrad Knoepper, Annika E Peters, Hao Wu, Sarah Eickhoff, Tea Gogishvili, Justus Weber, Anika Grafen, Axel Kallies, Natalio Garbi, Hermann Einsele, Michael Hudecek, Georg Gasteiger, Michael Hoelzel, Martin Vaeth, Wolfgang Kastenmueller

Nature Immunology | NATURE RESEARCH | Published : 2020

University of Melbourne Researchers

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Awarded by German Research Foundation


Awarded by German Research Foundation Emmy Noether programme


Awarded by European Research Council


Awarded by Germany's Excellence Strategy


Funding Acknowledgements

We thank the Core Unit for FACS and the Core Unit SysMed of the IZKF Wurzburg for supporting this study, H.C. Probst (Institute for Immunology, Mainz University) and T. Kaisho (Immunology Frontier Research Center, Osaka University) for providing the P14 and XCR1-DTR-Venus mice31, respectively. The B8R tetramer was obtained through the National Institutes of Health Tetramer Core Facility. This work was supported by grants through the German Research Foundation, SFB TR 221 (project A03 to M. Hudecek and H.E.), Germany's Excellence Strategy -EXC2151 -(390873048 to M. Holzel) and German Research Foundation Emmy Noether programme (GA2129/2-1 to G.G.) and by grants of the European Research Council to W.K. (819329-STEP2) and G.G. (759176-TissueLymphoContexts). W.K., G.G. and M.V. are supported by the by the Max Planck Society (Max Planck Research Groups).