Recent publications published by researchers at the MRC WIMM.
How the Respiratory Epithelium Senses and Reacts to Influenza Virus.
Benam KH. et al, (2019), Am J Respir Cell Mol Biol, 60, 259 - 268
The role of respiratory epithelium in host defence against influenza virus infection.
Denney L. and Ho L-P., (2018), Biomed J, 41, 218 - 233
MAIT cells are activated during human viral infections.
van Wilgenburg B. et al, (2016), Nat Commun, 7
Pulmonary Epithelial Cell-Derived Cytokine TGF-β1 Is a Critical Cofactor for Enhanced Innate Lymphoid Cell Function
Denney L. et al, (2015), Immunity, 43, 945 - 958
IL-33 promotes airway remodeling in pediatric patients with severe steroid-resistant asthma.
Saglani S. et al, (2013), J Allergy Clin Immunol, 132, 676 - 685.e13
High levels of virus-specific CD4+ T cells predict severe pandemic influenza A virus infection.
Zhao Y. et al, (2012), Am J Respir Crit Care Med, 186, 1292 - 1297
Activation of invariant NKT cells in early phase of experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis results in differentiation of Ly6Chi inflammatory monocyte to M2 macrophages and improved outcome.
Denney L. et al, (2012), J Immunol, 189, 551 - 557
Pivotal Advance: Invariant NKT cells reduce accumulation of inflammatory monocytes in the lungs and decrease immune-pathology during severe influenza A virus infection.
Kok WL. et al, (2012), J Leukoc Biol, 91, 357 - 368
CONTRIBUTION OF ABERRANT MONOCYTE-NATURAL KILLER T (NKT) CELL AXIS TO IMMUNE-PATHOLOGY IN SARCOIDOSIS
Crawshaw AP. et al, (2011), THORAX, 66, A50 - A51
Parallel Session 8: Molecular and clinical interfaces of invariant natural killer T cells (iNKT)
Denney L. et al, (2011), IMMUNOLOGY, 135, 41 - 41
Reduction of natural killer but not effector CD8 t lymphoyctes in three consecutive cases of severe/lethal H1N1/09 influenza a virus infection
Denney L. et al, (2010), PLoS ONE, 5
Reduction of natural killer but not effector CD8 T lymphocytes in three consecutive cases of severe/lethal H1N1/09 influenza A virus infection.
Denney L. et al, (2010), PLoS One, 5
Invariant NKT cells are required for a proportionate innate immune response to highly pathogenic influenza A virus infection
Kok WL. et al, (2008), IMMUNOLOGY, 125, 85 - 85
Activation of invariant NKT cells enhances the innate immune response and improves the disease course in influenza A virus infection.
Ho L-P. et al, (2008), Eur J Immunol, 38, 1913 - 1922