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O'Meara, Connor P., Armitage, Charles W., Kollipara, Avinash, Andrew, Dean W., Trim, Logan, Plenderleith, Mark B., et al. (2015) Induction of partial immunity in both males and females is sufficient to protect females against sexual transmission of Chlamydia. Mucosal Immunology, 9, pp. 1076-1088.
Waugh, Courtney, Timms, Peter, Andrew, Dean, Rawlinson, Galit, Brumm, Jacqui, Nilsson, Karen, et al. (2015) Comparison of subcutaneous versus intranasal immunization of male koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus) for induction of mucosal and systemic immunity against Chlamydia pecorum. Vaccine, 33(7), pp. 855-860.
O'Meara, Connor, Andrew, Dean, & Beagley, Kenneth (2014) The mouse model of Chlamydia genital tract infection: a review of infection, disease, immunity and vaccine development. Current Molecular Medicine, 14(2).
Forsthuber, Thomas, Andrew, Dean W., Cochrane, Melanie, Schripsema, Justin H., Ramsey, Kyle H., Dando, Samantha J., et al. (2013) The duration of Chlamydia muridarum genital tract infection and associated chronic pathological changes are reduced in IL-17 knockout mice but protection is not increased further by immunization. PLoS ONE, 8(9), e76664.
O'Meara, Connor P., Armitage, Charles W., Harvie, Marina C.G., Andrew, Dean W., Timms, Peter, Lycke, Nils Y., et al. (2013) Immunity against a Chlamydia infection and disease may be determined by a balance of IL-17 signaling. Immunology and Cell Biology.
Carey, Alison J., Cunningham, Kelly A., Andrew, Dean, Hafner, Louise M., Timms, Peter, & Beagley, Kenneth (2011) A comparison of the effects of a chlamydial vaccine administered during or after a C. muridarum urogenital infection of female mice. Vaccine, 29(38), pp. 6505-6513.
Andrew , Dean, Hafner, Louise M., Beagley, Kenneth W., & Timms, Peter (2011) Partial protection against chlamydial reproductive tract infection by a recombinant major outer membrane protein/CpG/cholera toxin intranasal vaccine in the guinea pig Chlamydia cavaie model. Journal of Reproductive Immunology, 91(1-2), pp. 9-16.