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Original Research Paper DNA binding to TLR9 expressed by red blood cells promotes innate immune activation and anemia
DOI: 10.1126/scitranslmed.abj1008
Science Translational Medicine , Oct 20, 2021
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1. Lam, L. M., Eckart, K. and Mangalmurti, N. (2022). Generation of erythroid-specific TLR9-deficient mice. Bio-protocol. bio-protocol.org/prep1588.
2. Lam, L., Murphy, S., Kokkinaki, D., Venosa, A., Sherrill-Mix, S., Casu, C., Rivella, S., Weiner, A., Park, J., Shin, S., Vaughan, A., Hahn, B., John, A., Meyer, N., Hunter, C., Worthen, G. and Mangalmurti, N.(2021). DNA binding to TLR9 expressed by red blood cells promotes innate immune activation and anemia. Science Translational Medicine 13(616). DOI: 10.1126/scitranslmed.abj1008
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