TRANSPLANTATION

Targeting trained immunity

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    1. Braza, M. S. et al. Inhibiting inflammation with myeloid cell-specific nanobiologics promotes organ transplant acceptance. Immunity 49, 819–828 (2018)

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    Correspondence to Lucy Bird.

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    Bird, L. Targeting trained immunity. Nat Rev Immunol 19, 2–3 (2019) doi:10.1038/s41577-018-0097-0

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