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The role of Der p 1 specific T cells in atopic eczema

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Chan HW. et al, (2013), AUSTRALASIAN JOURNAL OF DERMATOLOGY, 54, 13 - 14

Human antimicrobial peptides LL-37 and human β-defensin-2 reduce viral replication in keratinocytes infected with varicella zoster virus

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Crack LR. et al, (2012), Clinical and Experimental Dermatology, 37, 534 - 543

Antigen dose and keratinocyte antigen presentation are specific determinants of T cell function in atopic eczema

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Chan HW. et al, (2011), AUSTRALASIAN JOURNAL OF DERMATOLOGY, 52, 19 - 20

Frequencies of circulating allergen-specific T cells temporally associate with longitudinal changes in severity of cutaneous atopic disease

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McPherson T. et al, (2010), Clinical and Experimental Dermatology, 35, 786 - 788

Natural Killer Cells During Primary Varicella Zoster Virus Infection.

Journal article

Malavige GN. et al, (2010), J Infect

Immune evasion during varicella zoster virus infection of keratinocytes.

Journal article

Black AP. et al, (2009), Clin Exp Dermatol, 34, e941 - e944

ELISPOT and functional T cell analyses using HLA mono-specific target cells

Journal article

Horlock C. et al, (2009), Journal of Immunological Methods, 350, 150 - 160

Phenotypic analysis of human CD4+T cells specific for IE63 protein of VZV

Journal article

Jones L. et al, (2008), JOURNAL OF INFECTION, 56, 300 - 300

Phenotypic analysis of human CD4+ T cells specific for immediate early 63 protein of varicella-zoster virus

Conference paper

Jones L. et al, (2008), BRITISH JOURNAL OF DERMATOLOGY, 158, 887 - 887

Varicella zoster virus inhibition of toll-like receptor 3 signalling in keratinocytes - a novel immune evasion strategy

Conference paper

Black AP. et al, (2008), JOURNAL OF INVESTIGATIVE DERMATOLOGY, 128, S191 - S191

Varicella-zoster virus vaccine is able to evade the T-cell response during the replicative phase of the viral life cycle

Conference paper

Black AP. et al, (2008), BRITISH JOURNAL OF DERMATOLOGY, 158, 891 - 891

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