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Dr Julie Musson
Professor John Robinson
CD4+T Cells Targeting Dominant and Cryptic Epitopes from Bacillus anthracis Lethal Factor2016
Professor John Robinson
Natural cutaneous anthrax infection, but not vaccination, induces a CD4(+) T cell response involving diverse cytokines2015
Dr Julie Musson
Professor John Robinson
T Cell Immunity to the Alkyl Hydroperoxide Reductase of Burkholderia pseudomallei: A Correlate of Disease Outcome in Acute Melioidosis2015
Dr Caroline Wilson
Dr Lindsay Murphy
Jack Leslie
Dr Stuart Kendrick
Jeremy French
et al.
Ubiquitin C-terminal hydrolase 1: A novel functional marker for liver myofibroblasts and a therapeutic target in chronic liver disease2015
Dr Julie Musson
Professor John Robinson
Anthrax lethal factor as an immune target in humans and transgenic mice and the impact of HLA polymorphism on CD4+ T cell immunity2014
Dr Marzena Ciechomska
Dr Caroline Wilson
Achilleas FLOUDAS
Emeritus Professor Drew Rowan
Professor John Robinson
et al.
Antigen-specific B lymphocytes acquire proteoglycan aggrecan from cartilage extracellular matrix resulting in antigen presentation and CD4+ T-cell activation2014
Dr Julie Musson
Professor Anthony De Soyza
Professor John Robinson
CD4+ T Cell Epitopes of FliC Conserved between Strains of Burkholderia: Implications for Vaccines against Melioidosis and Cepacia Complex in Cystic Fibrosis2014
Dr Andreas Werner
Dr Simon Cockell
Dr Jane Falconer
Mark Carlile
Dr Sammer Alnumeir
et al.
Contribution of natural antisense transcription to an endogenous siRNA signature in human cells2014
Dr Jane Falconer
Katie Lowes
Professor Fai Ng
Professor John Robinson
Intramolecular polyspecificity in CD4 T-cell recognition of Ad-restricted epitopes of proteoglycan aggrecan2014
Dr Michael Gray
Professor John Robinson
Dr Jane Falconer
The role of cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator in antigen processing and presentation to CD4+T-cells2014
Professor John Robinson
Exposure to anthrax toxin alters human leucocyte expression of anthrax toxin receptor 12013
Dr Marta Radwan
Christos Gavriilidis
Professor John Robinson
Emeritus Professor Drew Rowan
Professor David Young
et al.
Matrix metalloproteinase-13 expression in response to double-stranded RNA in human chondrocytes2013
Dr Jeroen Stoop
Chris Tibbitt
Professor John Robinson
Dr Catharien Hilkens
The choice of adjuvant determines the cytokine profile of T cells in proteoglycan-induced arthritis but does not influence disease severity2013
Professor John Robinson
Identification of immunodominant T cell epitopes from anthrax protective antigen for inclusion in a rationally designed sub-unit based vaccine2012
Dr Marta Radwan
Emeritus Professor Drew Rowan
Professor John Robinson
Emeritus Professor Tim Cawston
Professor David Young
et al.
Involvement of pattern recognition receptors in poly(I:C)-mediated MMP-13 expression2012
Dominic Hine
Ariel Pradipta
Professor Jeffrey Pearson
Professor John Robinson
Dr Andrew Knight
et al.
Presentation of the candidate rheumatoid arthritis autoantigen aggrecan by antigen-specific B cells induces enhanced CD4+T helper type 1 subset differentiation2012
Dr Marzena Ciechomska
Dr Caroline Wilson
Emeritus Professor Drew Rowan
Professor John Robinson
Dr Andrew Knight
et al.
Antigen-specific B cells can acquire and present the rheumatoid arthritis candidate autoantigen aggrecan from a non-internalisable surface2011
Dr Jeroen Stoop
Professor John Robinson
Dr Catharien Hilkens
Developing tolerogenic dendritic cell therapy for rheumatoid arthritis: what can we learn from mouse models?2011
Dr Marta Radwan
Emeritus Professor Drew Rowan
Professor John Robinson
Emeritus Professor Tim Cawston
Professor David Young
et al.
Pattern recognition receptors in osteoarthritic cartilage2011
Dr Marzena Ciechomska
Dr Caroline Wilson
Emeritus Professor Drew Rowan
Professor John Robinson
Dr Andrew Knight
et al.
Examination of the ability of autoreactive B cells to acquire and present the rheumatoid arthritis candidate autoantigen, aggrecan, from a non-internalizable surface2010
Harriet Purvis
Dr Jeroen Stoop
Professor Jelena Mann
Steven Woods
Anne Kozijn
et al.
Low strength T-cell activation promotes Th17 responses2010
Dr Jeroen Stoop
Professor Jelena Mann
Steven Woods
Anne Kozijn
Professor Sophie Hambleton
et al.
Low-strength T-cell activation promotes Th17 responses2010
Professor John Robinson
Natural Exposure to Cutaneous Anthrax Gives Long-Lasting T Cell Immunity Encompassing Infection-Specific Epitopes2010
Professor John Robinson
Repertoire of HLA-DR1-Restricted CD4 T-Cell Responses to Capsular Caf1 Antigen of Yersinia pestis in Human Leukocyte Antigen Transgenic Mice2010
Dr Alexei von Delwig
James Locke
Professor John Robinson
Professor Fai Ng
Response of Th17 Cells to a Citrullinated Arthritogenic Aggrecan Peptide in Patients With Rheumatoid Arthritis2010
Dr Jeroen Stoop
Professor John Robinson
Dr Catharien Hilkens
The choice of adjuvant determines the cytokine profile of T cells in proteoglycan induced arthritis2010
Professor John Robinson
Dr Andrew Knight
The role of B cells as antigen presenting cells in an animal model of rheumatoid arthritis2010
Dr Jeroen Stoop
Dr Rachel Harry
Dr Alexei von Delwig
Professor John Isaacs
Professor John Robinson
et al.
Therapeutic Effect of Tolerogenic Dendritic Cells in Established Collagen-Induced Arthritis Is Associated With a Reduction in Th17 Responses2010
Professor John Robinson
Colony variability under the spotlight in animal models of arthritis2009
Dr Caroline Wilson
Professor John Robinson
Dr Andrew Knight
Efficient processing and presentation of the Rheumatoid Arthritis candidate autoantigen aggrecan, by antigen-specific B cells2009
Dr Amy Anderson
Dr David Swan
Bethan Sayers
Dr Rachel Harry
Dr Angela Patterson
et al.
LPS activation is required for migratory activity and antigen presentation by tolerogenic dendritic cells2009
Dr Alexei von Delwig
James Locke
Professor John Robinson
Professor Fai Ng
T cell responses to citrullinated aggrecan peptide in rheumatoid arthritis2009
Jane Falconer
Professor Fai Ng
Professor John Robinson
Type A and type B T cell recognition of an arthritogenic CD4 T cell epitope from proteoglycan aggrecan studied in mice2009
Professor John Robinson
Dr Andrew Knight
A comparison of autoantigen processing by B cells, macrophages and dendritic cells2008
Dr Jane Falconer
Professor John Robinson
Degeneracy in CD4 T cell recognition of proteoglycan aggrecan in mice2008
Dr Gary Litherland
Dr Matthew Barter
Emeritus Professor Tim Cawston
Professor John Robinson
Emeritus Professor Drew Rowan
et al.
Differential Toll-like receptor-dependent collagenase expression in chondrocytes2008
Dr Jane Falconer
Divya Venkatesh
Professor John Robinson
Fine specificity of type A and type B T-cell recognition of an arthritogenic CD4 T-cell epitope from proteoglycan aggrecan in BALB/c mice2008
Dr Jeroen Stoop
Dr Alexei von Delwig
Professor John Isaacs
Professor John Robinson
Dr Catharien Hilkens
et al.
Immunotherapy with tolerogenic dendritic cells inhibits the progression of collagen-induced arthritis2008
Professor John Robinson
John Leyden’s Lyra Viol Manuscript in Newcastle University Library and George Farquhar Graham’s Copy in the National Library of Scotland2008
Professor John Robinson
Pillars of Immunology article: Generation of T-cell Function in Organ Culture of Foetal Mouse Thymus. I. Mitogen Responsiveness2008
Dr Jane Falconer
Dr Jenny Milner
Professor John Robinson
The role of metallo-proteinases in processing of the candidate joint autoantigen proteoglycan aggrecan for presentation to CD4 T cells2008
Dr Alexei von Delwig
Dr Fraser Charlton
Professor John Isaacs
Professor John Robinson
T cell responses to a non-glycosylated epitope predominate in type II collagen-immunised HLA-DRB1*0101 transgenic mice2007
Professor John Robinson
The fraction 1 and V protein antigens of Yersinia pestis activate dendritic cells to induce primary T cell responses2007
Dr Alexei von Delwig
Professor John Isaacs
Professor Jeremy Lakey
Professor John Robinson
Febrile temperatures enhance antigen processing of type II collagen for presentation to CD4 T cells.2006
Dr David Allen Chalton
Dr Heather Lamb
Professor John Robinson
Professor Jeremy Lakey
Immunogenicity of a Yersinia pestis vaccine antigen monomerized by circular permutation2006
Dr Alexei von Delwig
Dr Catharien Hilkens
Professor John Isaacs
Dr Helen Robertson
Professor John Robinson
et al.
Inhibition of macropinocytosis blocks antigen presentation of type II collagen in vitro and in vivo in HLA-DR1 transgenic mice2006
Dr Helen Harper
Dr Alexei von Delwig
Professor John Robinson
Mechanisms of major histocompatibility complex class II-restricted processing and presentation of the V antigen of Yersinia pestis2006
Dr Julie Musson
Dr Helen Harper
Professor John Robinson
Sequential proteolytic processing of the capsular Caf1 antigen of Yersinia pestis for major histocompatibility complex class II-restricted presentation to T lymphocytes2006
Dr Alexei von Delwig
Professor John Isaacs
Dr Norman Balfour-McKie
Professor John Robinson
The impact of glycosylation on HLA-DR1-restricted T cell recognition of type II collagen in a mouse model2006
Professor John Robinson
A description of the Medici Lute Manuscript (MS II.C.23) in the Dolmetsch Library, and a summary of modern studies2005
Katie Lowes
Dr Alexei von Delwig
Emeritus Professor Drew Rowan
Professor John Robinson
CD4 T cells cross-react between several arthritogenic epitopes of aggrecan in BALB/c mice2005
Dr Alexei von Delwig
Dr Julie Musson
Dr Jeong-Jin Lee
Professor John Robinson
Distribution of productive antigen-processing activity for MHC class II presentation in macrophages2005
Dr Sanj Ugrinovic
Professor Colin Brooks
Professor Carlos Hormaeche
Professor John Robinson
H2-M3 major histocompatibility complex class Ib-restricted CD8 T cells induced by Salmonella enterica serovar typhimurium infection recognize proteins released by Salmonella serovar typhimurium2005
Dr Alexei von Delwig
Professor John Isaacs
Professor John Robinson
Human type II collagen is processed in lysosomal compartments of macrophages for presentation of the glycosylated arthritogenic epitope hCII(259-273) to CD4 T cells in HLA-DR1 transgenic mice2005
Dr Alexei von Delwig
Dr Julie Musson
Dr Joseph Gray
Dr Norman Balfour-McKie
Professor John Robinson
et al.
Major histocompatibility class II molecules prevent destructive processing of exogenous peptides at the cell surface of macrophages for presentation to CD4 T cells2005
Dr Alexei von Delwig
Dr Julie Musson
Ho-Ki Shim
Christopher Harding
Professor John Robinson
et al.
Non-lysosomal compartments of macrophages participate in antigen processing for presentation by mature MHC class II molecules2005
Katie Lowes
Dr Alexei von Delwig
Professor Judith Goodship
Emeritus Professor Drew Rowan
Professor John Robinson
et al.
Specificity of CD4 T cell responses to aggrecan in BALB/c and DR1 transgenic mice2005
Katie Lowes
Dr Alexei von Delwig
Emeritus Professor Drew Rowan
Professor John Robinson
Specificity of CD4 T-cell responses to aggrecan in BALB/c and DR1 transgenic mice2005
Dr Alexei von Delwig
Professor John Isaacs
Professor John Robinson
The role of uptake and intracellular trafficking of type II collagen in presentation of the glycosylated arthritogenic epitope CII259-273, to CD4 T cells in HLA-DR1 transgenic mice2005
Dr Mbithe Mutunga
Dr Julie Musson
Professor John Robinson
Dr Anjam Khan
Professor Carlos Hormaeche
et al.
Attenuated Salmonella typhimurium htrA mutants cause fatal infections in mice deficient in NADPH oxidase and destroy NADPH oxidase-deficient macrophage monolayers2004
Professor John Robinson
Cellular and molecular foundations of presentation of antigens2004
Dr Simon Bridge
Professor John Robinson
Differential efficacy of vaccinia virus envelope proteins administered by DNA immunisation in protection of BALB/c mice from a lethal intranasal poxvirus challenge2004
Dr Alexei von Delwig
Professor John Isaacs
Professor John Robinson
Mechanisms of MHC class II-restricted antigen processing and presentation of human type II collagen in antigen-presenting cells from humanized DR1 transgenic mice2004
Dr Julie Musson
Professor John Robinson
Differential Processing of CD4 T-cell Epitopes from the Protective Antigen of Bacillus anthracis2003
Dr Alexei von Delwig
Professor John Robinson
Localization of peptide/MHC class II complexes in macrophages following antigen processing of viable Streptococcus pyogenes2003
Dr Alexei von Delwig
Dr Julie Musson
Dr Norman Balfour-McKie
Dr Joseph Gray
Professor John Robinson
et al.
Regulation of peptide presentation by major histocompatibility complex class II molecules at the surface of macrophages2003
Professor John Robinson
Uptake of the Protective Antigen of Bacillus anthracis for MHC class II-restricted antigen presentation to T cells2003
Dr Julie Musson
Professor John Robinson
Dr Andreas Werner
A novel isoform of the Shank adaptor protein family (Shank 3b) is expressed in immune cells and colocalizes with actin2002
Professor John Robinson
Dr Alexei von Delwig
Diversity in mhc class ii antigen presentation2002
Karen Fraser
Frances Davison
Professor John Robinson
Professor Colin Brooks
NK cells developing in vitro from fetal mouse progenitors express at least one member of the Ly49 family that is acquired in a time-dependent and stochastic manner independently of CD94 and NKG22002
Dr Julie Musson
Dr Alexei von Delwig
Professor Carlos Hormaeche
Professor John Robinson
Processing of viable Salmonella typhimurium for presentation of a CD4 T cell epitope from the Salmonella invasion protein C (SipC)2002
Dr Jeong-Jin Lee
Professor Michael Kehoe
Professor John Robinson
Structural and functional role of threonine 112 in a superantigen Staphylococcus aureus enterotoxin B2002
Dr Alexei von Delwig
Dr Jeong-Jin Lee
Professor Zofia Chrzanowska-Lightowlers
Professor John Robinson
TGF-β1 and IFN-γ cross-regulate antigen presentation to CD4 T cells by macrophages2002
Dr Alexei von Delwig
Professor John Robinson
The route of bacterial uptake by macrophages influences the repertoire of epitopes presented to CD4 T cells2002
Professor John Robinson
CD4 T-cell epitope mapping2001
Professor John Robinson
Testing meningococcal vaccines for mitogenicity and superantigenicity2001
Professor John Robinson
Neisseria meningitidis: From the antigenic structure to new generation vaccines2000
Dr Alexei von Delwig
Professor John Robinson
The role of calcium homeostasis and flux during bacterial antigen processing in murine macrophages1999
Dr Alexei von Delwig
Professor John Robinson
Different endosomal proteolysis requirements for antigen processing of two T-cell epitopes of the M5 protein from viable Streptococcus pyogenes1998
Professor Andrew Gennery
Professor John Robinson
Dr Gavin Spickett
Professor Andrew Cant
Immunological studies on children with the 22q11 deletion syndrome1998
Dr Julia Harrison
Professor John Robinson
Professor Carlos Hormaeche
Interleukin-12 is required for control of the growth of attenuated aromatic-compound-dependent salmonellae in BALB/c mice: Role of gamma interferon and macrophage activation1998
Professor John Robinson
Nitric oxide regulates Th1 cell development through the inhibition of IL-12 synthesis by macrophages1998
Professor John Robinson
Selective expression and functions of interleukin 18 receptor on T helper (Th) type 1 but not Th2 cells1998
Professor John Robinson
Selective expression of a stable cell surface molecule on type 2 but not type 1 helper T cells1998
Dr Alexei von Delwig
Professor John Robinson
Two T cell epitopes from the M5 protein of viable Streptococcus pyogenes engage different pathways of bacterial antigen processing in mouse macrophages1998
Dr Beverley Degnan
Professor John Robinson
Professor Michael Kehoe
Streptococcus pyogenes type 5 M protein is an antigen, not a superantigen, for human T cells1997
Dr Alexei von Delwig
Professor John Robinson
T-cell epitope mapping the PorB protein of serogroup B Neisseria meningitidis in B10 congenic strains of mice1997
Emeritus Professor Reg Jordan
Professor John Robinson
Thymic epithelium and the induction of transplantation tolerance in nude mice1985
Professor John Robinson
The ontogeny of antigen presenting cells in fetal thymus evaluated by MLR stimulation1983
Professor John Robinson
Emeritus Professor Reg Jordan
Thymus in vitro1983
Professor John Robinson
Transplantation tolerance induced in foetal mouse thymus in vitro1978
Professor John Robinson
Generation of T cell function in organ culture of foetal mouse thymus. II. Mixed lymphocyte culture reactivity1977
Professor John Robinson
A comparison of four methods for measuring cutaneous delayed type hypersensitivity reactions to protein antigens in mice1976
Professor John Robinson
Generation of T cell function in organ culture of foetal mouse thymus I. Mitogen responsiveness1976