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"Never, in the fields of Immunology and biology more broadly, had so much effort gone into fusing two Societies, for the good of our members and the future generations of scientists interested in interferons and cytokines."
"The Annual Meeting of the International Cytokine & Interferon Society is the preeminent conference for the field of innate immunity giving researchers an opportunity to present their findings to international colleagues to gain feedback and to foster future collaborations."
"Your upcoming meeting (Cytokines 2016) is where the world’s experts in IRF7 will be attending. Lauren attended the Cytokines 2015 meeting and it was invaluable for us in terms of identifying reagents and strategies to learn how cFLIPL inhibit IRF3 activation (our recent 2016 publication). I have no doubt that her attendance at the meeting this year will be equally as helpful."
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