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Current Faculties > Faculty of Medicine > Clinical and Experimental Sciences > Clinical & Experimental Sciences (pre 2018 reorg) > Allergy & Inflammation Research (pre 2018 reorg)
Clinical and Experimental Sciences > Clinical & Experimental Sciences (pre 2018 reorg) > Allergy & Inflammation Research (pre 2018 reorg)" and Year is 2016

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Cholesteryl esters stabilize human CD1c conformations for recognition by self-reactive T cells - Salah Mansour, Anna Tocheva, Chris Cave-Ayland, Moritz M. Machelett, Barbara Sander, Nikolai M. Lissin, Peter E. Molloy, Mark S. Baird, Gunthard Stubs, Nicolas W.J. Schroder, Ralf R. Schumann, Jorg Rademann, Anthony D. Postle, Bent K. Jakobsen, Ben G. Marshall, Rajendra Gosain, Paul Elkington, Tim Elliott, Chris-Kriton Skylaris, Jonathan W. Essex, Ivo Tews and Stephan D. Gadola
Type: Article | 2016

Mechanical strain causes adaptive change in bronchial fibroblasts enhancing profibrotic and inflammatory responses - Wiparat Manuyakorn, David Smart, Fabio Bucchieri, Hans Haitchi, Stephen Holgate, Peter Howarth and Donna Davies
Type: Article | 2016

TNFα promotes CAR-dependent migration of leukocytes across epithelial monolayers - Penny Morton, Alexander Hicks, Elena Ortiz-Zapater, Swetavalli Raghavan, Rosemary Pike, Alistair Noble, Abigail Woodfin, Gisli Jenkins, Emma Rayner, George Santis and Maddy Parsons
Type: Article | 2016

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