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Beagley, Kenneth & Wira, Charles R. (2013) The immune system of the genitourinary tract. In Smith, Philip D, MacDonald, Thomas T., & Blumberg, Richard S. (Eds.) Principles of Mucosal Immunology. Garland Science, New York & London, pp. 263-273.
Hafner, Louise M., Cunningham, Kelly, & Beagley, Kenneth W. (2013) Ovarian steroid hormones: effects on immune responses and Chlamydia trachomatis infections of the female genital tract. Mucosal Immunology, 6(5), pp. 859-875.
Kassianos, Andrew J., Wang, Xiangju, Sampangi, Sandeep, Muczynski, Kimberly, Healy, Helen, & Wilkinson, Ray (2013) Increased tubulointerstitial recruitment of human CD141(hi) CLEC9A(+) and CD1c(+) myeloid dendritic cell subsets in renal fibrosis and chronic kidney disease. American Journal of Physiology - Renal Physiology, 305(10), F1391-F1401.
Lutton, Cameron, Sugiyama, Sadahiro, Wullschleger, Martin, Williams, Richard, Campbell, Julie, Crawford, Ross, et al. (2009) Transplanted abdominal granulation tissue induced bone formation - an in vivo study in sheep. Connective Tissue Research, 50(4), pp. 256-262.
Rohl, J., Zaharia, A., Rudolph, M., & Murray, R.Z. (2015) The role of inflammation in cutaneous repair. Wound Practice and Research, 23(1), pp. 8-15.
Savarimuthu Francis, Santiyagu M, Tan, Maxine E, Fung , Pamela R, Shaw, Janet G, Semmler, Annalese BT, Nataatmadja, Maria, et al. (2012) Peripheral compartment innate immune response to Haemophilus influenzae and Streptococcus pneumoniae in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients. Innate Immunity.
Wan, Charles, Latter, Joanna L., Amirshahi, Ashkan, Symonds, Ian, Finnie, Jane, Bowden, Nikola, et al. (2014) Progesterone activates multiple innate immune pathways inChlamydia trachomatis-Infected endocervical cells. American Journal of Reproductive Immunology, 71(2), pp. 165-177.