Inflammatory Macrophages Reprogram to Immunosuppression by Reducing Mitochondrial Translation

Using mice lacking Zeb1 in their myeloid cells and human patient samples, researchers showed that ZEB1 played a dual role, being essential in both initiating and resolving inflammation by inducing macrophages to transition into an immunosuppressed state.
[Nature Communications]
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