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Sign up for our web seminar on May 6 to learn about coronavirus research by expert virologists
Zoonotic coronaviruses (CoVs) are significant threats to global health. Host immune responses to CoV are complex and regulated in part through antiviral interferons. However, the interferon-stimulated gene products that inhibit CoV are not well characterized.
In this webinar, we explain our recent study in which we identified LY6E as a broad coronavirus restriction factor. Our findings advance our understanding of immune-mediated control of CoV in vitro and in vivo and could help in the development of new strategies to combat infection by emerging CoV.
In this webinar, we will discuss: