Andrew William Taylor-Robinson
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Regulation of the immune response by nitric oxide differentially produced by T helper type 1 and T helper type 2 cells
AW Taylor‐Robinson, FY Liew, A Severn, D Xu, SJ McSorley, P Garside, ...
European journal of immunology 24 (4), 980-984, 1994
The role of TH1 and TH2 cells in a rodent malaria infection
AW Taylor-Robinson, RS Phillips, A Severn, S Moncada, FY Liew
Science 260 (5116), 1931-1934, 1993
Methods in malaria research
K Moll, I Ljungström, H Perlmann, A Scherf, M Wahlgren
Manassas, VA, 2008
Regulation of immunity to malaria: valuable lessons learned from murine models
AW Taylor-Robinson
Parasitology Today 11 (9), 334-342, 1995
RNA bacteriophage capsid-mediated drug delivery and epitope presentation
WL Brown, RA Mastico, M Wu, KG Heal, CJ Adams, JB Murray, ...
Intervirology 45 (4-6), 371-380, 2002
B cells are required for the switch from Th1-to Th2-regulated immune responses to Plasmodium chabaudi chabaudi infection.
AW Taylor-Robinson, RS Phillips
Infection and immunity 62 (6), 2490-2498, 1994
Methods in malaria research
I Ljungström, K Moll, H Perlmann, A Scherf, M Wahlgren
MR4/ATCC, 2008
Functional characterization of protective CD4+ T-cell clones reactive to the murine malaria parasite Plasmodium chabaudi.
AW Taylor-Robinson, RS Phillips
Immunology 77 (1), 99, 1992
The global spread of Zika virus: is public and media concern justified in regions currently unaffected?
N Gyawali, RS Bradbury, AW Taylor-Robinson
Infectious Diseases of Poverty 5 (1), 37, 2016
Regulation of immunity to Plasmodium: implications from mouse models for blood stage malaria vaccine design
AW Taylor-Robinson
Experimental Parasitology 126 (3), 406-414, 2010
Expression and immunogenicity of a liver stage malaria epitope presented as a foreign peptide on the surface of RNA-free MS2 bacteriophage capsids
KG Heal, HR Hill, PG Stockley, MR Hollingdale, AW Taylor-Robinson
Vaccine 18 (3-4), 251-258, 1999
Potentiation by a novel alkaloid glycoside adjuvant of a protective cytotoxic T cell immune response specific for a preerythrocytic malaria vaccine candidate antigen
KG Heal, NA Sheikh, MR Hollingdale, WJW Morrow, AW Taylor-Robinson
Vaccine 19 (30), 4153-4161, 2001
Immunoregulation of malarial infection: balancing the vices and virtues
AW Taylor-Robinson
International journal for parasitology 28 (1), 135-148, 1998
Protective CD4+ T‐cell lines raised against Plasmodium chabaudi show characteristics of either Th1 or Th2 cells
Parasite immunology 15 (6), 301-310, 1993
A role for cytokines in potentiation of malaria vaccines through immunological modulation of blood stage infection
AW Taylor‐Robinson, EC Smith
Immunological reviews 171 (1), 105-123, 1999
Inhibition of IL‐2 production by nitric oxide: A novel self‐regulatory mechanism for Th1 cell proliferation
AW Taylor‐Robinson
Immunology and cell biology 75 (2), 167-175, 1997
Th1 and Th2 CD4+ T cell clones specific for Plasmodium chabaudi but not for an unrelated antigen protect against blood stage P. chabaudi infection
AW Taylor‐Robinson, RS Phillips
European journal of immunology 24 (1), 158-164, 1994
Sensitivity of malaria parasites to nitric oxide at low oxygen tensions
AW Taylor-Robinson, M Looker
The Lancet 351 (9116), 1630, 1998
A dichotomous role for nitric oxide in protection against blood stage malaria infection
AW Taylor-Robinson, EC Smith
Immunology letters 67 (1), 1-9, 1999
The epidemiology of dengue infection: Harnessing past experience and current knowledge to support implementation of future control strategies
N Gyawali, RS Bradbury, AW Taylor-Robinson
Journal of Vector Borne Diseases 53 (4), 293, 2016
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