Naive and memory human B cells have distinct requirements for STAT3 activation to differentiate into antibody-secreting plasma cells

E.K.K. Deenick, D.T. Avery, L.J. Berglund, M.L. Ives, L. Moens, J.L. Stoddard, J. Bustamante, S. Boisson-Dupuis, M. Tsumura, M. Kobayashi, P.D. Arkwright, D. Averbuch, D. Engelhard, J.R. Roesler, J.E. Peake, M. Wong, S. Adelstein, S. Choo, J.M. Smart, Martyn FrenchD.A. Fulcher, M. Cook, C. Pïcard, A.H. Durandy, C. Klein, S.M. Holland, G.D.C. Uzel, J.L. Casanova., C.S. Ma, S.G. Tangye, A. Chan

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