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  • Rapid transformation of the research landscape as a result of COVID-19 and the response to this pandemic has resulted in unexpected challenges

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  • Mentoring can occur in multiple forms to foster the career development of mentees.

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  • The emergence of SARS-CoV-2 and the COVID-19 pandemic have drastically changed life throughout the world.

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  • US President-elect Joe Biden promises a return to scientific evidence–based decision making, but will it matter in a world poisoned by disinformation?

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  • Twenty years ago, a new immunology journal was launched. The editors now celebrate the anniversary of Nature Immunology by looking at the past, present and future.

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  • March is Women’s History Month. This issue of Nature Immunology celebrates the contributions of women in immunology by presenting specially commissioned content from women across the globe.

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  • Cytokines have context-dependent roles that dictate their normal physiological function; however, dysregulation or chronic activation of cytokine pathways can alter tissue balance away from a return to homeostatic quiescence toward disease-associated immunopathology.

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  • Good practices and new initiatives increase the efficiency of the review process and the accessibility of peer-reviewed research.

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  • Adaptive behaviors in hematopoietic cells can promote homeostasis and enhance immune responses to pathogens, but they can also perpetuate the chronicity of inflammatory or metabolic disorders.

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  • Autoimmune disease has proven to be a unique conceptual and medical challenge, but hope for effective targeted therapies is tantalizingly close.

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  • Evolving mechanistic and conceptual understanding of inflammation drives insight into human disease and new approaches for therapy.

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  • We present a special set of Review articles on neuroimmune communication that highlight how the immune system and nervous system are anatomically connected, mechanistically communicate and reciprocally influence the other's function.

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  • Innate lymphoid cells serve multiple roles in maintaining tissue homeostasis and responding to tissue insults and can contribute to chronic inflammatory diseases.

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  • New data redefine macrophages as diverse, polyfunctional and plastic cells that respond to the needs of the tissue at steady state and during disturbed homeostasis.

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  • Better understanding of HIV biology, virus-host interactions and mechanisms of an efficient immune response advance efforts for effective vaccines and immunotherapies.

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  • Ligation of the TCR initiates multiple signaling cascades that direct the fate of thymocytes and T cells.

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  • Post-transcriptional and post-translational modifications exert subtle yet profound influences on all aspects of immunity.

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