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12-Apr-2013Breast Cancer-Derived Microparticles Display Tissue Selectivity in the Transfer of Resistance Proteins to CellsJaiswal, R; Luk, F; Dalla, PV; Grau, GER; Bebawy, M
1-Nov-2013Cytoadherence of plasmodium berghei-infected red blood cells to murine brain and lung microvascular endothelial cells in vitroEl-Assaad, F; Wheway, J; Mitchell, AJ; Lou, J; Hunt, NH; Combes, V; Grau, GER
1-Jan-2011Platelets and microparticles in cerebral malaria: The unusual suspectsWassmer, SC; Combes, V; Grau, GER
2-Nov-2011Quantitation of brain edema and localisation of aquaporin 4 expression in relation to susceptibility to experimental cerebral malariaAmpawong, S; Combes, V; Hunt, NH; Radford, J; Chan-Ling, T; Pongponratn, E; Grau, GER
1-Jun-2011Differential microRNA expression in experimental cerebral and noncerebral malariaEl-Assaad, F; Hempel, C; Combes, V; Mitchell, AJ; Ball, HJ; Kurtzhals, JAL; Hunt, NH; Mathys, JM; Grau, GER
1-Jan-2016Cryptococcal transmigration across a model brain blood-barrier: Evidence of the Trojan horse mechanism and differences between Cryptococcus neoformans var. grubii strain H99 and Cryptococcus gattii strain R265Sorrell, TC; Juillard, PG; Djordjevic, JT; Kaufman-Francis, K; Dietmann, A; Milonig, A; Combes, V; Grau, GER
11-May-2018Differential plasma microvesicle and brain profiles of microRNA in experimental cerebral malariaCohen, A; Zinger, A; Tiberti, N; Grau, GER; Combes, V
2016DIANNEXIN DOWN-MODULATES TNF-INDUCED ENDOTHELIAL MICROPARTICLE RELEASE BY BLOCKING MEMBRANE BUDDING PROCESS.Combes, V; Latham, SL; Wen, B; Allison, AC; Grau, GER
1-Jan-2009Membrane microparticles mediate transfer of P-glycoprotein to drug sensitive cancer cellsBebawy, M; Combes, V; Lee, E; Jaiswal, R; Gong, J; Bonhoure, A; Grau, GER
1-Jan-2012Microparticles and their emerging role in cancer multidrug resistanceGong, J; Jaiswal, R; Mathys, JM; Combes, V; Grau, GER; Bebawy, M
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