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    In this issue, Wu et al. demonstrate the importance of the neglected interferon (IFN)-independent STING signaling axis in mice. They find that although this axis is important for antiviral HSV-1 resistance, it has a pro-cancer role by promoting T cell death. Copyright © 2020 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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    Volker Böhnert, Christopher Ritchie, Lingyin Li. IFN-Independent STING Signaling: Friend or Foe? Immunity. 2020 Jul 14;53(1):8-10

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    PMID: 32668231

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