Subject Areas on Research
- A lymphotoxin-IFN-beta axis essential for lymphocyte survival revealed during cytomegalovirus infection.
- A noncanonical function of cGAMP in inflammasome priming and activation.
- AIDS-related cytomegalovirus retinitis: lessons from the laboratory.
- Acute murine cytomegalovirus disrupts established transplantation tolerance and causes recipient allo-sensitization.
- Antibody alone does not prevent experimental cytomegalovirus retinitis in mice with retrovirus-induced immunodeficiency (MAIDS).
- Dendritic cell responses to early murine cytomegalovirus infection: subset functional specialization and differential regulation by interferon alpha/beta.
- Enhanced green fluorescent protein as a marker for localizing murine cytomegalovirus in acute and latent infection.
- Expression of a murine cytomegalovirus early-late protein in "latently" infected mice.
- Hyperexpansion of Functional Viral-Specific CD8+ T Cells in Lymphopenia-Associated MCMV Pneumonitis.
- Inactivation of LRG-47 and IRG-47 reveals a family of interferon gamma-inducible genes with essential, pathogen-specific roles in resistance to infection.
- Loss of the perforin cytotoxic pathway predisposes mice to experimental cytomegalovirus retinitis.
- Macrophage activation associated with chronic murine cytomegalovirus infection results in more severe experimental choroidal neovascularization.
- Mouse cytomegalovirus reactivation in severe combined immune deficient mice after implantation of latently infected salivary gland.
- Murine CMV induces type 1 IFN that impairs differentiation of MDSCs critical for transplantation tolerance.
- Murine cytomegalovirus dissemination but not reactivation in donor-positive/recipient-negative allogeneic kidney transplantation can be effectively prevented by transplant immune tolerance.
- Murine cytomegalovirus retinitis during MAIDS: Susceptibility correlates with elevated intraocular levels of interleukin-4 mRNA.
- Nasal peptide vaccination elicits CD8 responses and reduces viral burden after challenge with virulent murine cytomegalovirus.
- Perforin knockout mice, but not mice with MAIDS, show protection against experimental cytomegalovirus retinitis after adoptive transfer of immune cells with a functional perforin cytotoxic pathway.
- Susceptibility to murine cytomegalovirus retinitis during progression of MAIDS: correlation with intraocular levels of tumor necrosis factor-alpha and interferon-gamma.
- Systemic cytokine immunotherapy for experimental cytomegalovirus retinitis in mice with retrovirus-induced immunodeficiency.
- Viral-induced CD28 loss evokes costimulation independent alloimmunity.
Keywords of People
- Taylor, Gregory Alan, Professor in Medicine, Integrative Immunobiology