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2011-12-01Microparticles as immune regulators in infectious disease-an opinionLing, ZL; Combes, V; Grau, GE; King, NJC
2016-12-05Exploring experimental cerebral malaria pathogenesis through the characterisation of host-derived plasma microparticle protein contentTiberti, N; Latham, SL; Bush, S; Cohen, A; Opoka, RO; John, CC; Juillard, A; Grau, GE; Combes, V
2010-01-01Parasite-derived plasma microparticles contribute significantly to malaria infection-induced inflammation through potent macrophage stimulationCouper, KN; Barnes, T; Hafalla, JCR; Combes, V; Ryffel, B; Secher, T; Grau, GE; Riley, EM; De Souza, JB
2013-01-01Crossing the wall: The opening of endothelial cell junctions during infectious diseasesRazakandrainibe, R; Combes, V; Grau, GE; Jambou, R
2011-02-01Coincident parasite and CD8 T cell sequestration is required for development of experimental cerebral malariaMcQuillan, JA; Mitchell, AJ; Ho, YF; Combes, V; Ball, HJ; Golenser, J; Grau, GE; Hunt, NH
2015-03MicroRNAs and Malaria - A Dynamic Interaction Still Incompletely Understood.Cohen, A; Combes, V; Grau, GE
2010-07-01Plasmodium falciparum adhesion on human brain microvascular endothelial cells involves transmigration-like cup formation and induces opening of intercellular junctionsJambou, R; Combes, V; Jambou, MJ; Weksler, BB; Couraud, PO; Grau, GE
2010-08-20HDL interfere with the binding of T cell microparticles to human monocytes to inhibit pro-inflammatory cytokine productionCarpintero, R; Gruaz, L; Brandt, KJ; Scanu, A; Faille, D; Combes, V; Grau, GE; Burger, D
2014-02Experimental Models of Microvascular Immunopathology: The Example of Cerebral Malaria.El-Assaad, F; Combes, V; Grau, GE
2011-03-01Circulating red cell-derived microparticles in human malariaNantakomol, D; Dondorp, AM; Krudsood, S; Udomsangpetch, R; Pattanapanyasat, K; Combes, V; Grau, GE; White, NJ; Viriyavejakul, P; Day, NPJ; Chotivanich, K
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