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Immunopathol ; 19 5 Russell M. Humoral immune responses to microbial infections in the genital tract. Microbes Infect ;4 6 Blood , — Jandl, C. IL restricts T follicular regulatory T cell proliferation through Bcl-6 mediated inhibition of responsiveness to IL Festen, E. Gut 58 , — Stolfi, C. Involvement of interleukin in the regulation of colitis-associated colon cancer. Zorzi, F. Fina, D. Regulation of gut inflammation and th17 cell response by interleukin Salzer, E. Early-onset inflammatory bowel disease and common variable immunodeficiency-like disease caused by IL deficiency.

Allergy Clin. Wang, Y. Wan, C. Immunity 38 , — Cao, A. Interleukin IL promotes intestinal IgA response to microbiota. Chai, J. Helicobacter species are potent drivers of colonic T cell responses in homeostasis and inflammation. Sano, T.

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Cell , — Xu, M. Nature , — Wang, L. Key role for IL in experimental autoimmune uveitis. Natl Acad. USA , — Ballesteros-Tato, A. T follicular helper cell plasticity shapes pathogenic T helper 2 cell-mediated immunity to inhaled house dust mite. Immunity 44 , — Induction of intestinal Th17 cells by segmented filamentous bacteria.

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Kullberg, M. Schiering, C. The alarmin IL promotes regulatory T-cell function in the intestine. Palm, N. Immunoglobulin A coating identifies colitogenic bacteria in inflammatory bowel disease. Bunker, J. Innate and adaptive humoral responses coat distinct commensal bacteria with immunoglobulin A. Immunity 43 , — Hadis, U.

Immunity 34 , — Konkel, J. Transforming growth factor-beta signaling in regulatory T cells controls T helper cells and tissue-specific immune responses. Immunity 46 , — Silberger, D. Citrobacter rodentium: a model enteropathogen for understanding the interplay of innate and adaptive components of type 3 immunity. Mucosal Immunol. Basu, R. Th22 cells are an important source of IL for host protection against enteropathogenic bacteria.

Immunity 37 , — Aychek, T. ILmediated mononuclear phagocyte crosstalk protects mice from Citrobacter rodentium-induced colon immunopathology. Seo, S. Lee, Y. ILR signaling is critical for induction of spontaneous experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis. Lycke, N. Natural polyreactive IgA antibodies coat the intestinal microbiota. Science , eaan Masahata, K.


Generation of colonic IgA-secreting cells in the caecal patch. Morrison, P. T cell mediated autoimmune diseases Antibody-mediated autoimmune diseases Special Focus Area 1. Primary Immunodeficiencies 2. Immunity to TB 4. Immunity to Malaria 5. Immunity to HIV 6. Thymic T Cell Development 7. Systems Vaccinology 2. Vaccine Development 3. Adjuvants 4. DNA Vaccines 5. Mucosal Vaccines 6. Infant Immunity and Vaccines 2. Dendritic Cells 3. Conventional T Cells 4. Immunity to Viral Infections 6. Immunity to Helminth Infections 7. Immunity to TB 8. Immunity to Malaria 9.

Introduction to Immunization Strategies 2. Immune Responses to Vaccination 3. Models for Testing Vaccines 4. Immune Escape 5. Neutrophils 2. Exosomes 4. Immunity to Leishmania 6. Immunity to HIV 7. Immunity to Helminth Infections 8. Immunity to TB 9.

Cancer Epidemiology and Etiology 2. T lymphocyte mediated immunity 3.

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