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Attending the school of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences research retreat #PAMRR2021 @Griffith_Uni

Thankfully it's made accessible via Teams for those of us unable to physically attend.

Might share some little insights from the presentations
Welcomed by the enthusiastic, encouraging, and humble @JennyAKEkberg and reminded to connect our research and funding with community and industry and engage in research cross-pollination. /1
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Did you miss the talk "Panorama of #lupus in 2020?" I did yesterday for @LupusEurope?

No worries, I'm starting a #tweeter #SLE #thread so that you can pick up the slides you're interested in πŸ‘

Check below for the SLIDES ⬇️
Slide #1
Current classification of #Lupus
Slide #2
What is #lupus #SLE
#Lupusawareness
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8 years since the first manuscript draft but it's finally here!

The interaction of #Ecoli O157β€Š:H7 and #Salmonella Typhimurium #flagella with host cell #membranes and cytoskeletal components | #Microbiology #Pathogenesis #Thread

microbiologyresearch.org/content/journa…
@strain9000 @ArielBlocker @MicrobioSoc This all started many πŸŒ‘πŸŒ’πŸŒ“πŸŒ”πŸŒ•πŸŒ–πŸŒ—πŸŒ˜πŸŒ‘ ago...

Jo Elvidge and I were looking at the role of #flagella in early infection of #Salmonella and #Ecoli in relevant animal tissue models (πŸ–πŸ„)

We spotted what looked like very intimate adherence... E.coli O157:H7 on Bovine terminal rectal cellsSalmonella Typhimurium on porcine epithelial cells
It was a toughie to quantify back then with the tools we had, but every time we looked, we saw it πŸ€“
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Very excited to share this work by the heroic team - @carolilucas Pat Wong @sneakyvirus @tiago21bio et al on β€œLongitudinal analyses reveal immunological misfiring in severe COVID-19”. A thread on our findings. #COVID19 #Pathogenesis (1/n)

nature.com/articles/s4158…
In this study, we enrolled COVID+ patients and analyzed their immune responses and viral load over the course of their hospital stay. We also compared samples from COVID- healthy health care workers (HCWs) as comparison. (2/n)
As reported by others, we found that COVID patients with severe disease have low T cell numbers and increased monocytes and neutrophils. We also found eosinophils come up in patients. This is bizarre 🧐 (3/n)
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"The live SARS-like coronavirus SL-CoV-WIV1 has been isolated for the first time from bat droppings; and such virus has been confirmed to invade the host cells through the ACE2 of human beings..." ImageImageImage
Bat Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome-Like Coronavirus WIV1
Encodes an Extra Accessory Protein, ORFX, Involved in Modulation of the Host Immune Response. (2016) #ZhengLiShi #PeterDaszak #EcoHealth
Funding: #NIAID 110964 ImageImageImageImage
In this study, we have developed a fast and cost-effective method
for reverse genetics of coronaviruses by combining two approaches developed by others..As the genomes can be divided into multiple short fragments, mutations can be introduced into individual
fragments easily. ImageImageImageImage
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With the #COVID19 outbreak, it is important to use language responsibly. Here is the first entry of our new #ContagiousWords series, defining the buzzwords and terminology dominating today's conversation. #Pandemic #PandemicsCost
@ilariacapua Language is powerful, so we must be sure and accurate in the ways we communicate science. #Epidemic #ContagiousWords #COVID19
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