Volume 20 Issue 10, October 2020

Volume 20 Issue 10

‘The Race for a COVID-19 Vaccine’, inspired by the Review on p615.

Cover design: Simon Bradbrook.

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Research Highlights

Viewpoint

  • Viewpoint |

    For this Viewpoint, Nature Reviews Immunology asked the presidents of 16 immunology societies from around the world to discuss how their society and its members responded to the COVID-19 pandemic. Their answers highlight the incredible contributions that immunologists around the globe have made following the emergence of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2).

    • Faith Osier
    • , Jenny P. Y. Ting
    • , John Fraser
    • , Bart N. Lambrecht
    • , Marta Romano
    • , Ricardo T. Gazzinelli
    • , Karina R. Bortoluci
    • , Dario S. Zamboni
    • , Arne N. Akbar
    • , Jennie Evans
    • , Doug E. Brown
    • , Kamala D. Patel
    • , Yuzhang Wu
    • , Ana B. Perez
    • , Oliver Pérez
    • , Thomas Kamradt
    • , Christine Falk
    • , Mira Barda-Saad
    • , Amiram Ariel
    • , Angela Santoni
    • , Francesco Annunziato
    • , Marco A. Cassatella
    • , Hiroshi Kiyono
    • , Valeriy Chereshnev
    • , Alioune Dieye
    • , Moustapha Mbow
    • , Babacar Mbengue
    • , Maguette D. S. Niang
    •  & Melinda Suchard

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Reviews

  • Review Article |

    This Review from Gause, Rothlin and Loke considers how different layers of complexity influence the development of type 2 immunity. In particular, the discussion focuses on how variations in the initiating stimuli, tissue microenvironments and host genetics can lead to heterogeneity in type 2 immune responses.

    • William C. Gause
    • , Carla Rothlin
    •  & P’ng Loke
  • Review Article |

    Antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE) has been described as a mechanism that contributes to the pathogenesis of dengue virus infection. Limited evidence also suggests that it can also occur in other viral infections. Here, the authors explore the history of the ADE phenomenon, discuss the diversity of Fc effector functions and consider its potential relevance in the context of SARS-CoV-2 infection.

    • Stylianos Bournazos
    • , Aaron Gupta
    •  & Jeffrey V. Ravetch

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