For commentary published in Nature Methods, USC School of Pharmacy scientists united researchers worldwide to promote inclusivity in immunology studies.

Limiting immunogenomics studies to people of European ancestry restricts the ability to identify variations in human adaptive immune responses across populations. Thus, expanding the diversity of those studied is vital to advancing the frontiers of human immunology, according to USC-led commentary in the peer-reviewed journal Nature Methods, published May 17.

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