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Recent Publications From Our Department

Paun Alexandra, Yau Christopher, et al. 2016. Immune recognition and response to the intestinal microbiome in type 1 diabetes. Journal Of Autoimmunity71:10-18

Robertson Susan J., Geddes Kaoru, et al. 2016. Resilience of the intestinal microbiota following pathogenic bacterial infection is independent of innate immunity mediated by NOD1 or NOD2. Microbes And Infection18

Zanello Galliano, Goethel Ashleigh, et al. 2016. The Cytosolic Microbial Receptor Nod2 Regulates Small Intestinal Crypt Damage and Epithelial Regeneration following T Cell-Induced Enteropathy. Journal Of Immunology197:345-355

Sun Tian, Rojas Olga L, et al. 2016. Hematopoietic LTbetaR deficiency results in skewed T cell cytokine profiles during a mucosal viral infection. Journal Of Leukocyte Biology100:103-10

Robertson Susan J, Geddes Kaoru, et al. 2016. Resilience of the intestinal microbiota following pathogenic bacterial infection is independent of innate immunity mediated by NOD1 or NOD2. Microbes And Infection / Institut Pasteur18:460-71

Stanojcic Mile, Chen Peter, et al. 2016. Impaired Immune Response in Elderly Burn Patients: New Insights Into the Immune-senescence Phenotype. Annals Of Surgery264:195-202

Last Updated August 2, 2016

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