1. 2016
  2. Long-lived CD4+IFN-γ+ T cells rather than short-lived CD4+IFN-γ+IL-10+ T cells initiate rapid IL-10 production to suppress anamnestic T cell responses during secondary malaria infection

    Villegas-Mendez, A., Inkson, C., Shaw, T., Strangward, P. & Couper, K. 22 Aug 2016 In : Journal of Immunology.

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  3. 2015
  4. Perivascular Arrest of CD8+ T Cells Is a Signature of Experimental Cerebral Malaria.

    Shaw, T. N., Stewart-Hutchinson, P. J., Strangward, P., Dandamudi, D. B., Coles, J. A., Villegas-Mendez, A., Gallego-Delgado, J., van Rooijen, N., Zindy, E., Rodriguez, A., Brewer, J. M., Couper, K. N. & Dustin, M. L. Nov 2015 In : PL o S Pathogens. 11, 11

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  5. Parasite-specific CD4+IFN-γ+IL-10+ T cells distribute within both lymphoid and non-lymphoid compartments and are controlled systemically by IL-27 and ICOS during blood-stage malaria infection.

    Villegas-Mendez, A., Shaw, T. N., Inkson, C. A., Strangward, P., de Souza, J. B. & Couper, K. N. 12 Oct 2015 In : Infection and immunity.

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  6. IL-33-mediated protection against experimental cerebral malaria is linked to induction of type 2 innate lymphoid cells, M2 macrophages and regulatory T cells.

    Besnard, A-G., Guabiraba, R., Niedbala, W., Palomo, J., Reverchon, F., Shaw, T. N., Couper, K. N., Ryffel, B. & Liew, F. Y. Feb 2015 In : PL o S Pathogens. 11, 2

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  7. 2014
  8. The subcellular location of ovalbumin in Plasmodium berghei blood stages influences the magnitude of T-cell responses.

    Lin, J-W., Shaw, T. N., Annoura, T., Fougère, A., Bouchier, P., Chevalley-Maurel, S., Kroeze, H., Franke-Fayard, B., Janse, C. J., Couper, K. N. & Khan, S. M. Nov 2014 In : Infection and immunity. 82, 11

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  9. IL-27 receptor signaling regulates memory CD4+ t cell populations and suppresses rapid inflammatory responses during secondary malaria infection

    Findlay, E. G., Villegas-Mendez, A., O'Regan, N., Brian de Souza, J., Grady, L. M., Saris, C. J., Riley, E. M. & Couper, K. N. Jan 2014 In : Infection and Immunity. 82, 1, p. 10-20 10 p.

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  10. 2013
  11. WSX-1 signalling inhibits CD4+ T cell migration to the liver during malaria infection by repressing chemokine-independent pathways

    Villegas-Mendez, A., Findlay, E. G., De Souza, J. B., Grady, L. M., Saris, C. J., Lane, T. E., Riley, E. M. & Couper, K. N. 7 Nov 2013 In : PLoS ONE. 8, 11, e78486

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  12. IL-27 receptor signaling regulates CD4+ T cell chemotactic responses during infection

    Findlay, E. G., Villegas-Mendez, A., De Souza, B. J., Inkson, C. A., Shaw, T. N., Saris, C. J., Hunter, C. A., Riley, E. M. & Couper, K. N. 1 May 2013 In : Journal of Immunology. 190, 9, p. 4553-4561 8 p.

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  13. IL-27 Receptor Signalling Restricts the Formation of Pathogenic, Terminally Differentiated Th1 Cells during Malaria Infection by Repressing IL-12 Dependent Signals

    Villegas-Mendez, A., de Souza, J. B., Lavelle, S. W., Gwyer Findlay, E., Shaw, T. N., van Rooijen, N., Saris, C. J., Hunter, C. A., Riley, E. M. & Couper, K. N. Apr 2013 In : PL o S Pathogens. 9, 4, e1003293

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  14. 2012
  15. IFN-γ-producing CD4+ T cells promote experimental cerebral malaria by modulating CD8+ T cell accumulation within the brain

    Villegas-Mendez, A., Greig, R., Shaw, T. N., De Souza, J. B., Findlay, E. G., Stumhofer, J. S., Hafalla, J. C. R., Blount, D. G., Hunter, C. A., Riley, E. M. & Couper, K. N. 15 Jul 2012 In : Journal of Immunology. 189, 2, p. 968-979 11 p.

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