Journal article

Recovery from severe H7N9 disease is associated with diverse response mechanisms dominated by CD8( ) T cells

Zhongfang Wang, Yanmin Wan, Chenli Qiu, Sergio Quinones-Parra, Zhaoqin Zhu, Liyen Loh, Di Tian, Yanqin Ren, Yunwen Hu, Xiaoyan Zhang, Paul G Thomas, Michael Inouye, Peter C Doherty, Katherine Kedzierska, Jianqing Xu

Nature Communications | NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP | Published : 2015

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Awarded by NSFC


Awarded by Program for Emergency Response to H7N9 Outbreak


Awarded by 973 National Key Basic Research Project


Awarded by NHMRC Program Grant


Awarded by ACSRF Group Mission


Awarded by Australian Heart Foundation Career Development Fellowship


Awarded by NIH grant


Awarded by St Jude Center of Excellence for Influenza Research and Surveillance


Awarded by NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ALLERGY AND INFECTIOUS DISEASES


Funding Acknowledgements

This work was supported by NSFC 81471556,81470094, 81430030 and Program for Emergency Response to H7N9 Outbreak (2013QLG003), Shanghai Municipal Commission of Health and Family Planning and the 973 National Key Basic Research Project (2014CB542502), Ministry of Science and Technology of China, NHMRC Program Grant (GNT567122) to P.C.D. and ACSRF Group Mission 16621 and the University of Melbourne IRRTF Grants. Z.W. is an NHMRC China-Australia Exchange Fellow, L.L. is an NHMRC CJ Martin Fellow and K.K. is an NHMRC CDF2 Fellow. S.Q.-P. is a recipient of the University of Melbourne International Research Scholarship and a CONACyT Scholar. M.I. was supported by an NHMRC and Australian Heart Foundation Career Development Fellowship (no. 1061435). P.G.T. is supported by NIH grant AI107625 and the St Jude Center of Excellence for Influenza Research and Surveillance, HHSN272201400006C. We thank Yuanyuan Yang for mathematical modelling of immune responses.