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@JM_Castell @SinaiBrain 🎉 congratulations Joe!Very excited that our study on the African killifish diapause is out today!! Huge congrats to Chi-Kuo Hu for spe… https://t.co/7RSjeXe5iu
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2/21
2020
Heparan sulfate is a clearance receptor for aberrant extracellular proteins | Journal of Cell Biology | Rockefeller… https://t.co/PDcz1HoYqk
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2/19
2020
I don’t know if I can stomach another joke about “gut” and #Parkinson. But I feel this study can be important by pr… https://t.co/AGfvaSqpSu
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2/18
2020
Watch the winner of this year’s ‘Dance Your Ph.D.’ contest https://t.co/F3vrOfQOPS
2/16
2020
I'm proud to share the first paper from our lab, about the organization of the brain vasculature! https://t.co/lUuPXiPOUD
Retweeted by Tony Wyss-CorayWow! 👍👍👍 https://t.co/ecAQkiDfsC
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2/14
2020
thanks for hosting him! he is a gem!⁦@Stanford⁩ President MTL emphasizes the critical location of the new ⁦@Stanford_ChEMH⁩ and Neuroscience buildings… https://t.co/u5m2779MPx
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2/12
2020
How do immune cells influence glia?? Extremely happy to share a review of the current knowledge that took far long… https://t.co/5qAADoHH8E
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2/11
2020
Investigational drugs didn’t slow memory loss, cognitive decline in rare, inherited Alzheimer’s, initial analysis i… https://t.co/g0dmYi8JYH
2/10
2020
Sexual-dimorphism in human immune system aging | Nature Communications Interesting #Research shows reasons why… https://t.co/eedaC8xzXc
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2/9
2020
@jonykipnis @AkassoglouLab @UCSF @UCSFmac Thank you both 🙏
2/8
2020
Surprise! Some people have antiprion antibodies in their blood. https://t.co/0eRbfj15iq
Retweeted by Tony Wyss-CorayNow we know for aSyn, Tau, and Abeta that synthetic assemblies are structurally different from brain-derived. The s… https://t.co/L2WxPAZOhQ
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2/7
2020
Exceptionally low likelihood of Alzheimer’s dementia in APOE2 homozygotes from a 5,000-person neuropathological…… https://t.co/kRAEH2v5KN
2/6
2020
@THEKirbyLab You must have some Swiss genes or it’s epigenetic acquisition from your postdoc time😎It's quarterly lab cleaning and freezer defrosting time in the Kirby lab. A great tradition that I learned in the… https://t.co/DNBigSMqex
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2/1
2020
@RickBagshaw @DMSabatini Rick, it would be nice if it were simply a note to point out a mistake (which should obvio… https://t.co/0XXvRK74E6 @DMSabatini happened with our paper in Nat Neurosci last week when self- declared troll Leonid Schneider tweeted ab… https://t.co/uecC0dPLge
1/30
2020
Super glad to see it finally published! This wonderful work is done by my former supervisor Julia Marschallinger an… https://t.co/53wZwn4Z1r
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1/29
2020
New research highlight online: T cells on patrol in Alzheimer disease. Highlighting work by @DGateLab, @wysscoray a… https://t.co/f2Y2BGh1nR
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1/27
2020
Here is a graphic summary of our new paper in @Science. We map #chromatin dynamics in neurons & glia up to 600 day-… https://t.co/P1OaNUPELQ
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1/24
2020
@schneiderleonid @NatureNeuro Thanks for pointing this out Leonid. This is obviously an error as the configuration… https://t.co/mij1yIZiPx @IdoAmitLab We called them LAM in our first submission but had to rename them...
1/23
2020
@jonykipnis Thanks Joni! Still remember Georgia very fondly!
1/22
2020
Microglia crammed with fat droplets show up in #alzheimersdisease hippocampus, worsen neuroinflammation. https://t.co/3WkLORrhw6
Retweeted by Tony Wyss-CorayGreat collaboration with @carolynbertozzi, Michael Bassik, and Ludwig Aigner lead to this cool discovery by Julia M… https://t.co/jpB0BUbfQT
1/21
2020
Congratulations Carolyn! Honored to be able to collaborate with you! https://t.co/BEUUFjIoSKImportant finding to consider as we use AAV https://t.co/mhZn8cgGwq
1/20
2020
What we would we do without the "conching machine"? 😋 🍫 It was invented in 1879, in Berne, by 🇨🇭 Rodolphe Lindt to… https://t.co/dq8QbEJNAO
Retweeted by Tony Wyss-CorayNew study by Marco Colonna, Maxim N. Artyomov & colleagues doing single-nucleus RNA sequencing in a mouse model and… https://t.co/y2q0LWJnOx
Retweeted by Tony Wyss-CorayI love this comparison. We evolve. I’m typing this on a device that is more complex than what brought the first hum… https://t.co/fepCuTuJ0s
1/18
2020
Cell-type specific surface proteome mapping in the developing fly brain @Cell Terrific collab w/Liqun Luo. Co-1st… https://t.co/nG8ZExvWc8
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1/17
2020
The first @VirusesImmunity lab brain tumor paper is out today! https://t.co/Dm7eqglEP9. We began the project wantin… https://t.co/GpPAR29Hwd
Retweeted by Tony Wyss-CorayCheckout this tweetorial by @ericsongg on his amazing work that just came out 👇🏽👇🏽👇🏽 #Glioblastoma #Immunotherapyhttps://t.co/AdSHf1mfno
Retweeted by Tony Wyss-Coray @serremiranda_c Yes, but it dries out as we age - maybe global warming is to blame 😊Can’t believe we just moved into the amazing new Neuroscience/ChEM-H building designed by Ennead Architects. Super… https://t.co/dkFqAqCIG4John’ Pluvinage’s @jvpluv thorough review on systemic factors as mediators of brain homeostasis, aging and neurodeg… https://t.co/lkzmN0HKPC
1/15
2020
@subC0smos @AndyBiotech @Dereklowe Thanks for the reminder, I remember now and will definitely look into this - cool!
1/10
2020
We find granzyme positive CD8 T cells next to degenerating neurons in hippocampi of Alzheimer’s patients. A smoking… https://t.co/9PB1Xtt4b8 @JM_Castell Thanks, Joe, and Happy 2020! @jonykipnis Thanks, Jony!Congrats to @DGateLab @NareshaSaligra1 and @wysscoray team on this game changing story about CD8 T cells in Alzheim… https://t.co/FgpJ1L7Q3p
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1/9
2020
Congratulations to David Gate and all our fantastic collaborators! An immune-cell signature marks the brain in Alzh… https://t.co/1cCqTUS2Sy
1/8
2020
How will you judge me if not by impact factor? https://t.co/WzV1xgurUn
1/1
2019
Recent studies have identified entry and exit points for immune cells, cytokines, and brain-derived antigens or was… https://t.co/AKoDjJDVfx
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12/26
2019
@AguzziTemp Bar graphs are boring and can be misleading. Box plots are not better either, especially for large data… https://t.co/zBt4ZwMUlN
Retweeted by Tony Wyss-CorayInspired by discussion with my postdoc: Many of us don't know science history enough. Let's change this. I propose… https://t.co/00TeiqAMbv
Retweeted by Tony Wyss-CorayAlkahest’s age-related therapy enters stage 2... Age-related macular degeneration can lead to major vision loss. Bu… https://t.co/Dl1CltwaUg
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12/24
2019
Unorthodox Alzheimer’s researcher Robert Moir dies at age 58 https://t.co/OCqP46f15K via @statnews
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12/21
2019
Read @wysscoray labs recent paper, made a video --> Can your proteome predict your biological age?… https://t.co/eviXVrFxVd
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12/19
2019
@Picotti_Lab Thanks! @KarlBrander Thanks, Charly!😜
12/8
2019
@JM_Castell Thanks, Joe! Hope all is well!😃Also, check out the Shiny app developed by Patricia Moran Losada to query age-related changes of >2,000 proteins… https://t.co/BYevSebgSDExcited to share Benoit Lehallier’s plasma proteome of aging paper which is out in Nature Medicine today… https://t.co/iQjPFViQDX19th Bay Area Aging Meeting BAAM starring now. 700 registered participants https://t.co/6eAryYgzXkThe Castellano lab is looking to recruit a postdoc! Exciting projects are available dissecting systemic-CNS communi… https://t.co/HAxMotogtZ
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12/5
2019
A Nature paper from Heneka group reports that NLRP3 inflammasome activation drives tau pathology. Loss of NLRP3 inf… https://t.co/1L89HTJXRf
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11/21
2019
@jonykipnis Swiss alps😎Just awesome. From dawn till dusk https://t.co/zffResz1HcMy first first author paper from my PhD work from @UCSFGradDiv and @GladstoneInst is now live! We found that sharp… https://t.co/aoeiOFtytf
Retweeted by Tony Wyss-CorayA co-regulation map of human proteome is able to capture the relationships between proteins that do not physically… https://t.co/7c8Awws6tm
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11/20
2019
The prince of neuroimmunology. https://t.co/8cE6hvPauO
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11/19
2019
This comes from an ongoing collaboration of our lab with the Fändrich lab. The results tell us that we should be c… https://t.co/T3GyHxF1Gx
Retweeted by Tony Wyss-CoraySwitzerland, a happy country? These cows would not disagree 😂 According to the 2018 World Happiness Report, Switze… https://t.co/0qK2nCHtHZ
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10/30
2019
Common brain disorders are associated with heritable patterns of apparent aging of the brain | Nature Neuroscience https://t.co/5fjozv6Zln
Retweeted by Tony Wyss-Coray @jcornlab @ETH_en Jacob, you’re wearing a Berkeley shirt 😎Well deserved! Grateful to have such a fantastic mentor in translational neuroscience. https://t.co/tTVfhaUPbq
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10/2
2019
⁦Postdoc @raflynn5⁩ and I are keen for feedback on preprint posted ⁦@biorxivpreprint⁩. He made the shocking discove… https://t.co/zzIFIb6dOn
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9/30
2019
Great talk @CellSymposia from Chris Glass' group on a paper just posted on @biorxivpreprint on the cell-type specif… https://t.co/hwINL0S0bY
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9/25
2019
Very important article -- scientists can't simultaneously express worry about the #ClimateCrisis AND contribute to… https://t.co/QzijVm3PGF
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9/24
2019
@jonykipnis See you soon!
9/23
2019
@DervisSalih1 Thanks Dervis!Excited to share Zurine DeMiguel’s study from our lab showing plasma from exercised mice transferred into sedentary… https://t.co/CRUZ5bYH8KOur new @GenomeResearch paper reports hundreds of new protein-coding genes in human, mouse, fly, worm & mosquito, i… https://t.co/Ps2uGAPfAe
Retweeted by Tony Wyss-CorayHad fun writing this piece. Five myths about aging - The Washington Post https://t.co/um6n1OjJVa
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9/21
2019
Excited to share our latest work on how mutant tau disrupts homeostasis of neuronal excitability by altering cytosk… https://t.co/FyzmP9qFYr
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9/19
2019
Turn your sound on for some fantastic commentary https://t.co/0ZxtUiAzal
Retweeted by Tony Wyss-CorayWooooooow!!!! Fresh from Steffen Jung lab. Split CRE approach to target only microglia: cx3cr1-C-cre and sall1-N-cr… https://t.co/to4cODprng
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9/15
2019
An open-science project to develop a probe for every protein! This has huuuuge potential! Even better that it's co-… https://t.co/xxnzxNL5Dq
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9/12
2019
Our @TrendsImmuno spotlight on IFN-gamma producing T cells in neurogenic niches of aged brains @JSRustenhovenhttps://t.co/aCIdAA8ZsZ
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9/3
2019
here is the correct link to explore changes of some 3,000 plasma proteins with age https://t.co/0f5VjFokWZ @jonykipnis I’ll look into it and send a new one. Thanks for letting me know 😎how about predicting your age based on plasma proteins? or if you are interested in how you favorite protein change… https://t.co/QrWpFa7epu
9/2
2019
Oligodendrocyte precursor cells present antigen and are cytotoxic targets in inflammatory demyelination | Nature Co… https://t.co/EgqtgsaWcN
Retweeted by Tony Wyss-CorayCheck out Benoit Lehallier’s paper describing waves of aging in the human plasma proteome - the first major wave at… https://t.co/YbbpOLDLGb
9/1
2019
A new paper from Michael Bassik’s group at @Stanford_ChEMH performed genome-wide and targeted CRISPR screens to unc… https://t.co/ibTa6sdH32
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8/27
2019
Learn more about FISSEQ or Fluorescent In Situ Sequencing, a technology from the Wyss that can be used for precisel… https://t.co/lp8JjBRQBG
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8/25
2019
Click the link to explore the xMG transcriptome with an easy searchable gene database from our recent paper!… https://t.co/rFZktgNiA2
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8/23
2019
This is superb. Monty Python’s “what have the Romans ever done for us?” 👇😂 https://t.co/N2K7cJqPTw
Retweeted by Tony Wyss-CorayOur new paper is out 😁 Complex Economic Behavior Patterns Are Constructed from Finite, Genetically Controlled Modul… https://t.co/ZmwTZRRCpg
Retweeted by Tony Wyss-Coray @wysscoray @OdedRechavi I strongly recommend to read this exchange between Robert Young and Saul Newman...this is e… https://t.co/pihmMkjh5Q
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8/18
2019
@growthandform Biomarkers may have been trained on cases with fraudulent ages
8/17
2019
Wow! check this out! Super aging mostly fraudulent? "Supercentenarians and the oldest-old are concentrated into reg… https://t.co/uqzd5gJHfDSingle-Cell Survey of Human Lymphatics Unveils Marked Endothelial Cell Heterogeneity and Mechanisms of Homing for N… https://t.co/sIaBCvxLdA
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8/16
2019
Comparison of RNA Isolation Methods on RNA-Seq: Implications for Differential Expression and Meta-Analyses https://t.co/KhCw6TPRXC #bioRxiv
Retweeted by Tony Wyss-CorayToday, we 🎊 celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Geneva Conventions in, let’s guess, Geneva! 🇨🇭 #GC70 #IHL Over t… https://t.co/NH8XSrs1Qj
Retweeted by Tony Wyss-CorayThis zombie snail. A parasitic worm Leucochloridium has taken over its motor functions and eye stalks, making them… https://t.co/j6f8WS1VDd
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8/13
2019

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