Intestinal B-cells license metabolic T-cell activation in NASH microbiota/antigen-independently and contribute to fibrosis by IgA-FcR signalling

Elena Kotsiliti, Valentina Leone, Svenja Schuehle, Olivier Govaere, Hai Li, Monika J Wolf, Helena Horvatic, Sandra Bierwirth, Jana Hundertmark, Donato Inverso, Laimdota Zizmare, Avital Sarusi-Portuguez, Revant Gupta, Tracy O'Connor, Anastasios D Giannou, Ahmad Mustafa Shiri, Yehuda Schlesinger, Maria Garcia Beccaria, Charlotte Rennert, Dominik PfisterRupert Öllinger, Iana Gadjalova, Pierluigi Ramadori, Mohammad Rahbari, Nuh Rahbari, Marc Healy, Mirian Fernández-Vaquero, Neda Yahoo, Jakob Janzen, Indrabahadur Singh, Chaofan Fan, Xinyuan Liu, Monika Rau, Martin Feuchtenberger, Eva Schwaneck, Sebastian J Wallace, Simon Cockell, John Wilson-Kanamori, Prakash Ramachandran, Celia Kho, Timothy J Kendall, Anne-Laure Leblond, Selina J Keppler, Piotr Bielecki, Katja Steiger, Maike Hofmann, Karsten Rippe, Horst Zitzlesberger, Achim Weber, Nisar Malek, Tom Lüdde, Mihael Vucur, Hellmut G Augustin, Richard Flavell, Oren Parnas, Roland Rad, Olivier Pabst, Neil C Henderson, Samuel Huber, Andrew Macpherson, Percy Knolle, Manfred Claasen, Andreas Geier, Christoph Trautwein, Kristian Unger, Eran Elinav, Ari Waisman, Zeinab Abdullah, Dirk Haller, Frank Tacke, Quentin M Anstee, Mathias Heikenwalder*

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