New technique to measure Ccl3 transcription, translation, and intercellular communication

New Publication in Journal of Experimental Medicine

Chemokines are important players in the coordination of an immune response against pathogens and tumors. IMMEI researchers led by Dr Maria Belen Rodrigo, Prof Natalio Garbi and Prof Christian Kurts have developed a new model to analyze cellular communication via chemokines in vivo on the example of Ccl3.
For more information see the press release of the University of Bonn or the original publication in the Journal of Experimental Medicine.

Rodrigo MB, De Min A, Jorch SK, Martin-Higueras C, Baumgart AK, Goldyn B, Becker S, Garbi N, Lemmermann NA, Kurts C:Dual Fluorescence Reporter Mice for Ccl3 Transcription, Translation, and Intercellular Communication
J. Exp. Med. 2024,