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23-May-2012M. tuberculosis induces potent activation of IDO-1, but this is not essential for the immunological control of infectionBlumenthal, A; Nagalingam, G; Huch, JH; Walker, L; Guillemin, GJ; Smythe, GA; Ehrt, S; Britton, WJ; Saunders, BM
15-Jan-2013Microparticles from mycobacteria-infected macrophages promote inflammation and cellular migrationWalters, SB; Kieckbusch, J; Nagalingam, G; Swain, A; Latham, SL; Grau, GER; Britton, WJ; Combes, V; Saunders, BM
1-Sep-2015Microparticles released from Mycobacterium tuberculosis-infected human macrophages contain increased levels of the type I interferon inducible proteins including ISG15Hare, NJ; Chan, B; Chan, E; Kaufman, KL; Britton, WJ; Saunders, BM
1-Sep-2017Modulation of roquin function in myeloid cells reduces mycobacterium tuberculosis-induced inflammationNagalingam, G; Vinuesa, CG; Britton, WJ; Saunders, BM
6-Jan-2017Mycobacterium tuberculosis Infection Manipulates the Glycosylation Machinery and the N-Glycoproteome of Human Macrophages and Their MicroparticlesHare, NJ; Lee, LY; Loke, I; Britton, WJ; Saunders, BM; Thaysen-Andersen, M
9-Jul-2014Polymorphisms of SP110 are associated with both pulmonary and extra-pulmonary tuberculosis among the VietnameseFox, GJ; Sy, DN; Nhung, NV; Yu, B; Ellis, MK; Van Hung, N; Cuong, NK; Lien, LT; Marks, GB; Saunders, BM; Britton, WJ
15-Jan-2001Secreted lymphotoxin-α is essential for the control of an intracellular bacterial infectionRoach, DR; Briscoe, H; Saunders, B; France, MP; Riminton, S; Britton, WJ