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Inflammatory Content with Kellen Cavagnero is a podcast about immunology and microbiology for scientists and non-scientists alike. Scientist Kellen Cavagnero reviews the latest high-impact original articles and discusses all things science with leading principal investigators in these fields.

Inflammatory Content Kellen Cavagnero

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Inflammatory Content with Kellen Cavagnero is a podcast about immunology and microbiology for scientists and non-scientists alike. Scientist Kellen Cavagnero reviews the latest high-impact original articles and discusses all things science with leading principal investigators in these fields.

    #4: ILC2s and neutrophils

    #4: ILC2s and neutrophils

    In this episode, Kellen covers a topic near and dear to his heart – group two innate lymphoid cells, or ILC2s. Specifically, Kellen discusses the original article titled “Neutrophils restrain allergic airway inflammation by limiting ILC2 function and monocyte–dendritic cell antigen presentation”, which was published in the journal Science Immunology in November 2019 by Dhiren Patel and colleagues.

    Paper: https://immunology.sciencemag.org/content/4/41/eaax7006/tab-pdf

    Review: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5614509/ (shameless self-promo)

    Please take a few minutes to write us a review on iTunes -- it will help us spread science!

    And please send any questions and comments to inflammatory.content.w.kc@gmail.com or interact with him on Twitter @KellenCavagnero

    • 26 Min.
    #3: Commensal viruses

    #3: Commensal viruses

    When most people think of viruses, they usually think of the negative aspect of viruses –- agents of infectious disease. We, however, are not most people! Not only are viruses useful biotechnological tools, but they are also capable of promoting health outcomes in disease models. In this episode, Kellen covers a report released in December 2019 in Nature Immunology by Lei Liu, Tao Gong, and colleagues titled “Commensal viruses maintain intestinal intraepithelial lymphocytes via noncanonical RIG-I signaling”.

    Paper: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41590-019-0513-z

    Review: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3140792/

    Please take a few minutes to write us a review on iTunes -- it will help us spread science!

    And please send any questions and comments to inflammatory.content.w.kc@gmail.com or interact with him on Twitter @KellenCavagnero

    • 24 Min.
    #2: Plant medicine

    #2: Plant medicine

    Plants are a great source of fiber and micronutrients, which makes them an important component of a heathy diet. However, it was recently shown that there is another aspect of plants that allows them to contribute to well-being –- exosomes. In this episode, Kellen reviews a paper published in 2018 in Cell Host & Microbe by Yun Teng and colleagues titled “Plant-Derived Exosomal MicroRNAs Shape the Gut Microbiota”.

    Paper: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6746408/

    Please take a few minutes to write us a review on iTunes –- it will help us spread science!

    And please send any questions and comments to inflammatory.content.w.kc@gmail.com or interact with him on Twitter @KellenCavagnero

    • 16 Min.
    #1: Intro –- what this is and why I am doing it

    #1: Intro –- what this is and why I am doing it

    Brief introduction of what this podcast will entail and the reason behind its creation.

    Please take a few minutes to write us a review on iTunes -– it will help us spread science!

    And please send any questions and comments to inflammatory.content.w.kc@gmail.com or interact with him on Twitter @KellenCavagnero

    • 2 Min.

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