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Armitage, Charles W., O'Meara, Connor P., Harvie, Marina C.G., Timms, Peter, Blumberg, Richard S., & Beagley, Kenneth W. (2014) Divergent outcomes following transcytosis of IgG targeting intracellular and extracellular chlamydial antigens. Immunology and Cell Biology.
Carey, Alison J., Cunningham, Kelly A., Hafner, Louise M., Timms, Peter, & Beagley, Kenneth W. (2009) Effects of inoculating dose on the kinetics of Chlamydia muridarum genital infection in female mice. Immunology and Cell Biology, 87, pp. 337-343.
Collins, Andrew M. & Davies, Janet M. (2013) Allergen capture by IgE and IgG enhanced cell-binding by allergen multimers: How complex is it? Immunology and Cell Biology, 91(2), pp. 115-117.
Davies, J. M. (1997) Molecular mimicry: Can epitope mimicry induce autoimmune disease? Immunology and Cell Biology, 75(2), pp. 113-126.
Davies, J. M., Rowley, M. J., & Mackay, I. R. (1999) Phagotopes derived by antibody screening of phage-displayed random peptide libraries vary in immunoreactivity: Studies using an exemplary monoclonal antibody, CII-C1, to type II collagen. Immunology and Cell Biology, 77(6), pp. 483-490.
Ellem, Kay, Forster, Trevor, Johnson, Maree, Lanagan, Catherine, Lopez, J, Marshall, Julia, et al. (2006) Immunological Characteristics Correlating with Clinical Response to Immunotherapy in Patients with Advanced Metastatic Melanoma. Immunology and Cell Biology, 84(3), pp. 295-302.
Gobe, G., Zhang, X. J., Cuttle, L., Pat, B., Willgoss, D., Hancock, J., et al. (1999) Bcl-2 genes and growth factors in the pathology of ischaemic acute renal failure. Immunology and Cell Biology, 77(3), pp. 279-86.
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.
Volp, Kym M., Mathews, Sarah A., Timms, Peter, & Hafner, Louise M. (2001) Peptide immunization of guinea pigs against Chlamydia psittaci (GPIC agent) infection induces good vaginal secretion antibody response, in vitro neutralization and partial protection against live challenge. Immunology and Cell Biology, 79(3), pp. 245-250.