2012

  1. Seasonal H1N1 Influenza Virus Infection Induces Cross-Protective Pandemic H1N1 Virus Immunity through a CD8-Independent, B Cell-Dependent Mechanism. (2012) Journal of Virology. 
  2. Channel catfish leukocyte immune-type receptor mediated inhibition of cellular cytotoxicity is facilitated by SHP-1-dependent and -independent mechanisms. (2012) Developmental and Comparative Immunology. 
  3. Characterization of granulocyte colony stimulating factor receptor of the goldfish (Carassius auratus L.). (2012)  Developmental and Comparative Immunology. 
  4. Examination of the stimulatory signaling potential of a channel catfish leukocyte immune-type receptor and associated adaptor. (2012) Developmental and Comparative Immunology. 
  5. Examination of Thymic Positive and Negative Selection by Flow Cytometry. (2012) Journal of Visualized Experimentation. 
  6. MUC1 is a novel costimulatory molecule of human T cells and functions in an AP-1-dependent manner. (2012) Human Immunology.
  7. MUC1 mucin is expressed on human T-regulatory cells: Function in both co-stimulation and co-inhibition. (2012) Cellular Immunology. 
  8. High dose antigen treatment with a peptide epitope of myelin basic protein modulates T cells in multiple sclerosis patients. (2012) Cellular Immunology. 
  9. Poxvirus Infection-Associated Downregulation of C-Type Lectin-Related-b Prevents NK Cell Inhibition by NK Receptor Protein-1B. (2012) The Journal of Immunology. 
  10. Proapoptotic protein Bim is differentially required during thymic clonal deletion to ubiquitous versus tissue-restricted antigens. (2012) Proceedings of the National Academy of Science. 
  11. Barley-derived β-glucans increases gut permeability, ex vivo epithelial cell binding to E. coli, and naïve T-cell proportions in weanling pigs. (2012) Journal of Animal Science. 
  12. Docosahexanoic Acid Improves Chemotherapy Efficacy by Inducing CD95 Translocation to Lipid Rafts in ER2 Breast Cancer Cells. (2012) Lipids.

 

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