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21-Jan-2014Secreted proteins from the helminth Fasciola hepatica inhibit the initiation of autoreactive T cell responses and prevent diabetes in the NOD mouseLund, ME; O'Brien, BA; Hutchinson, AT; Robinson, MW; Simpson, AM; Dalton, JP; Donnelly, S
21-Jan-2014Cysteine peptidases as schistosomiasis vaccines with inbuilt adjuvanticityEl Ridi, R; Tallima, H; Selim, S; Donnelly, S; Cotton, S; Santana, BG; Dalton, JP
1-Jan-2014Fasciola hepatica tegumental antigens indirectly induce an M2 macrophage-like phenotype in vivoAdams, PN; Aldridge, A; Vukman, KV; Donnelly, S; Oneill, SM
1-Jan-2013Helminth defence molecules-immunomodulators designed by parasites!Robinson, MW; Donnelly, S; Dalton, JP
1-Dec-2012Antimicrobial peptides: Utility players in innate immunityRobinson, MW; Hutchinson, AT; Donnelly, S
1-Jan-2015Fasciola hepatica vaccine: We may not be there yet but we're on the right roadMolina-Hernández, V; Mulcahy, G; Pérez, J; Martínez-Moreno, Á; Donnelly, S; O'Neill, SM; Dalton, JP; Cwiklinski, K
1-Jan-2017The immune modulatory peptide FhHDM-1 secreted by the helminth Fasciola hepatica prevents NLRP3 inflammasome activation by inhibiting endolysosomal acidification in macrophagesAlvarado, R; To, J; Lund, ME; Pinar, A; Mansell, A; Robinson, MW; O'Brien, BA; Dalton, JP; Donnelly, S
24-Nov-2016A parasite-derived 68-mer peptide ameliorates autoimmune disease in murine models of Type 1 diabetes and multiple sclerosisLund, ME; Greer, J; Dixit, A; Alvarado, R; McCauley-Winter, P; To, J; Tanaka, A; Hutchinson, AT; Robinson, MW; Simpson, AM; O'Brien, BA; Dalton, JP; Donnelly, S
1-Mar-2016The choice of phorbol 12-myristate 13-acetate differentiation protocol influences the response of THP-1 macrophages to a pro-inflammatory stimulusLund, ME; To, J; O'Brien, BA; Donnelly, S
1-Sep-2016A prospective view of animal and human FasciolosisCwiklinski, K; O'Neill, SM; Donnelly, S; Dalton, JP
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