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Beagley, Kenneth, Hansbro, Philip, Lopez, Angel, & Ramshaw, Hayley (2008) The IL-3/IL-/GM-CSF Common B Receptor Plays a Pivotal Role in the Regulation of Th2 Immunity and Allergic Airway Inflammation. Journal of Immunology, 180(2), pp. 1199-1206.
Coon, Charmere, Beagley, Kenneth, & Bao, Shisan (2009) The role of granulocyte macrophage-colony stimulating factor in gastrointestinal immunity to Salmonellosis. Scandinavian Journal of Immunology, 70(2), pp. 106-115.
Cunningham, Kelly A., Carey, Alison J., Finnie, Jane M., Bao, Shisan, Coon, Charmere, Jones, Russell, et al. (2008) Poly-immunoglobulin receptor-mediated transport of IgA into the male genital tract is important for clearance of chlamydia muridarum infection. American Journal Of Reproductive Immunology, 60(5), pp. 405-414.
Cunningham, Kelly A., Carey, Alison J., Lycke, Nils, Timms, Peter, & Beagley, Kenneth W. (2009) CTA1-DD is an effective adjuvant for targeting anti-chlamydial immunity to the murine genital mucosa. Journal of Reproductive Immunology, 81(1), pp. 34-38.
Fang, Y, Shen, J, Yao, M, Beagley, Kenneth, Hambly, Brett, & Bao, Shisan (2010) Granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor enhances wound healing in diabetes via upregulation of proinflammatory cytokines. British Journal of Dermatology, 162(3), pp. 478-486.
Gray, Richard T., Beagley, Kenneth W., Timms, Peter, & Wilson, David P. (2009) Modeling the impact of potential vaccines on epidemics of sexually transmitted chlamydia trachomatis infection. Journal of Infectious Diseases, 199(11), pp. 1680-1688.
Hickey, Danica, Aldwell, Frank, & Beagley, Kenneth (2010) Oral immunisation with novel lipid-based adjuvant protects against genital Chlamydia infection. Vaccine, 28(7), pp. 1668-1672.
Hickey, Danica, Aldwell, Frank, & Beagley, Kenneth (2009) Transcutaneous immunisation with a novel lipid-based adjuvant protects against Chlamydia genital and respiratory infections. Vaccine, 27(44), pp. 6217-6225.
Hickey, Danica, Aldwell, Frank, Tan, Zi, Bao, Shisan, & Beagley, Kenneth (2009) Transcutaneous immunisation with a novel lipid-based adjuvant protects against gastric helicobacter pylori infection. Vaccine, 27(50), pp. 6983-6990.
Kay, Jason G., Murray, Rachael, Pagan, Julia K., & Stow, Jennifer (2006) Cytokine secretion via cholesterol-rich lipid raft-associated SNAREs at the phagocytic cup. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 281(17), pp. 11949-11954.
Murray, Rachael, Kay, Jason G., Sangermani, Daniele, & Stow, Jennifer L. (2005) A role for the phagosome in cytokine secretion. Science, 310(5753), pp. 1492-1495.
Murray, Rachael, Wylie, Fiona, Khromykh, Tatiana, Hume, David, & Stowe, Jennifer (2005) Syntaxin 6 and Vti1b form a novel SNARE complex, which is upregulated in activated macrophages to facilitate exocytosis of TNF. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 280(11), pp. 10478-10483.
Offenhauser, Carolin, Lei, Nazi, Roy, Sandrine, Collins, Brett, Stow, Jennifer, & Murray, Rachael (2011) Syntaxin 11 binds Vti1b and regulates late endosome to lysosome fusion in macrophages. Traffic (Malden) : the international journal of intracellular transport, 12(6), pp. 762-773.
Preston, Julie, Essilfie, Ama, Horvat, Jay, Wade, Margaret, Beagley, Kenneth, Gibson, Peter, et al. (2007) Inhibition of Allergic Airways Disease by Immunomodulatory Therapy with Whole Killed Streptococcus Pneumoniae. Vaccine, 25(48), pp. 8154-8162.
Rajan, V. & Murray, R. Z. (2008) The duplicitous nature of inflammation in wound repair. Wound Practice and Research, 16(3), pp. 122-129.
Stow, Jennifer, Manderson, Anthony, & Murray, Rachael (2006) SNAREing immunity : the role of SNAREs in the immune system. Nature Reviews Immunology, 6, pp. 919-929.
Wells, Christine, Salvage-Jones, Judith, Li, Xin, Hitchens, Kelly, Butcher, Suzanne, Murray, Rachael, et al. (2008) The macrophage-inducible C-type lectin, Mincle, is an essential component of the innate immune response to Candida albicans. The Journal of Immunology, 180(11), pp. 7404-7413.