Anne Wilson

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Towards Quantification of Inflammation in Atherosclerotic Plaque in the Clinic - Characterization and Optimization of Fluorine-19 MRI in Mice at 3 T.
Darçot E., Colotti R., Pellegrin M., Wilson A., Siegert S., Bouzourene K., Yerly J., Mazzolai L., Stuber M., van Heeswijk R.B., 2019/11/25. Scientific reports, 9 (1) p. 17488. Peer-reviewed.
Lack of Adipocytes Alters Hematopoiesis in Lipodystrophic Mice.
Wilson A., Fu H., Schiffrin M., Winkler C., Koufany M., Jouzeau J.Y., Bonnet N., Gilardi F., Renevey F., Luther S.A. et al., 2018. Frontiers in immunology, 9 p. 2573. Peer-reviewed.
Characterization of perfluorocarbon relaxation times and their influence on the optimization of fluorine-19 MRI at 3 tesla.
Colotti R., Bastiaansen JAM, Wilson A., Flögel U., Gonzales C., Schwitter J., Stuber M., van Heeswijk R.B., 2017/06. Magnetic resonance in medicine, 77 (6) pp. 2263-2271. Peer-reviewed.
 
NLRP12 is a neutrophil-specific, negative regulator of in vitro cell migration but does not modulate LPS- or infection-induced NF-κB or ERK signalling.
Zamoshnikova A., Groß C.J., Schuster S., Chen K.W., Wilson A., Tacchini-Cottier F., Schroder K., 2016. Immunobiology, 221 (2) pp. 341-346.
 
LRF-mediated Dll4 repression in erythroblasts is necessary for hematopoietic stem cell maintenance.
Lee S.U., Maeda M., Ishikawa Y., Li S.M., Wilson A., Jubb A.M., Sakurai N., Weng L., Fiorini E., Radtke F. et al., 2013. Blood, 121 (6) pp. 918-929.
 
Notch signaling regulates follicular helper T cell differentiation.
Auderset F., Schuster S., Fasnacht N., Coutaz M., Charmoy M., Koch U., Favre S., Wilson A., Trottein F., Alexander J. et al., 2013. Journal of Immunology, 191 (5) pp. 2344-2350.
The glucocorticoid-induced leucine zipper (gilz/tsc22d3-2) gene locus plays a crucial role in male fertility.
Suarez P.E., Rodriguez E.G., Soundararajan R., Mérillat A.M., Stehle J.C., Rotman S., Roger T., Voirol M.J., Wang J., Gross O. et al., 2012. Molecular Endocrinology, 26 (6) pp. 1000-1013.
 
Factors determining the spontaneous activation of splenic dendritic cells in culture.
Vremec D., O'Keeffe M., Wilson A., Ferrero I., Koch U., Radtke F., Scott B., Hertzog P., Villadangos J., Shortman K., 2011. Innate Immunity, 17 (3) pp. 338-352.
PAR2 absence completely rescues inflammation and ichthyosis caused by altered CAP1/Prss8 expression in mouse skin.
Frateschi S., Camerer E., Crisante G., Rieser S., Membrez M., Charles R.P., Beermann F., Stehle J.C., Breiden B., Sandhoff K. et al., 2011. Nature Communications, 2 p. 161.
 
Awakening dormant haematopoietic stem cells.
Trumpp A., Essers M., Wilson A., 2010. Nature Reviews. Immunology, 10 (3) pp. 201-209.
 
Cutting edge: thymic NK cells develop independently from T cell precursors.
Ribeiro V.S., Hasan M., Wilson A., Boucontet L., Pereira P., Lesjean-Pottier S., Satoh-Takayama N., Di Santo J.P., Vosshenrich C.A., 2010. Journal of Immunology, 185 (9) pp. 4993-4997.
 
Inducible gene and shRNA expression in resident hematopoietic stem cells in vivo.
Laurenti E., Barde I., Verp S., Offner S., Wilson A., Quenneville S., Wiznerowicz M., Macdonald H.R., Trono D., Trumpp A., 2010. Stem Cells, 28 (8) pp. 1390-1398.
 
Balancing dormant and self-renewing hematopoietic stem cells.
Wilson A., Laurenti E., Trumpp A., 2009. Current opinion in genetics & development, 19 (5) pp. 461-468. Peer-reviewed.
 
Dynamic regulation of notch 1 and notch 2 surface expression during T cell development and activation revealed by novel monoclonal antibodies.
Fiorini E., Merck E., Wilson A., Ferrero I., Jiang W., Koch U., Auderset F., Laurenti E., Tacchini-Cottier F., Pierres M. et al., 2009. Journal of immunology, 183 (11) pp. 7212-7222. Peer-reviewed.
Estimating dormant and active hematopoietic stem cell kinetics through extensive modeling of bromodeoxyuridine label-retaining cell dynamics.
van der Wath R.C., Wilson A., Laurenti E., Trumpp A., Liò P., 2009. PLoS One, 4 (9) pp. e6972. Peer-reviewed.
 
Hematopoietic stem cell niches
Wilson A., Trumpp A., 2009. pp. 47-71 dans Wickrema A., Kee B. (eds.) Molecular Basis of Hematopoiesis chap. 3, Springer.
 
In vivo fate mapping with SCL regulatory elements identifies progenitors for primitive and definitive hematopoiesis in mice.
Bockamp E., Antunes C., Liebner S., Schmitt S., Cabezas-Wallscheid N., Heck R., Ohnngemach S., Oesch-Bartlomowicz B., Rickert C., Sanchez M.J. et al., 2009. Mechanisms of Development, 126 (10) pp. 863-872.
 
Myc's other life: stem cells and beyond.
Laurenti E., Wilson A., Trumpp A., 2009. Current Opinion in Cell Biology, 21 (6) pp. 844-854. Peer-reviewed.
 
Selective requirement for c-Myc at an early stage of V(alpha)14i NKT cell development.
Mycko M.P., Ferrero I., Wilson A., Jiang W., Bianchi T., Trumpp A., MacDonald H.R., 2009. Journal of immunology, 182 (8) pp. 4641-4648. Peer-reviewed.
Hematopoietic stem cell function and survival depend on c-Myc and N-Myc activity.
Laurenti E., Varnum-Finney B., Wilson A., Ferrero I., Blanco-Bose W.E., Ehninger A., Knoepfler P.S., Cheng P.F., MacDonald H.R., Eisenman R.N. et al., 2008. Cell stem cell, 3 (6) pp. 611-624. Peer-reviewed.
 
Hematopoietic stem cells reversibly switch from dormancy to self-renewal during homeostasis and repair.
Wilson A., Laurenti E., Oser G., van der Wath R.C., Blanco-Bose W., Jaworski M., Offner S., Dunant C.F., Eshkind L., Bockamp E. et al., 2008. Cell, 135 (6) pp. 1118-1129. Peer-reviewed.
 
Simultaneous loss of beta- and gamma-catenin does not perturb hematopoiesis or lymphopoiesis.
Koch U., Wilson A., Cobas M., Kemler R., Macdonald H.R., Radtke F., 2008. Blood, 111 (1) pp. 160-164. Peer-reviewed.
 
Dormant and self-renewing hematopoietic stem cells and their niches.
Wilson A., Oser G.M., Jaworski M., Blanco-Bose W.E., Laurenti E., Adolphe C., Essers M.A., Macdonald H.R., Trumpp A., 2007. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1106 pp. 64-75. Peer-reviewed.
 
Normal hemopoiesis and lymphopoiesis in the combined absence of numb and numblike.
Wilson A., Ardiet D.L., Saner C., Vilain N., Beermann F., Aguet M., Macdonald H.R., Zilian O., 2007. Journal of immunology, 178 (11) pp. 6746-6751. Peer-reviewed.
 
Bone-marrow haematopoietic-stem-cell niches.
Wilson A., Trumpp A., 2006. Nature Reviews. Immunology, 6 (2) pp. 93-106.
 
TCRgamma silencing during alphabeta T cell development depends upon pre-TCR-induced proliferation.
Ferrero I., Mancini S.J., Grosjean F., Wilson A., Otten L., MacDonald H.R., 2006. Journal of immunology, 177 (9) pp. 6038-6043. Peer-reviewed.
 
More than just proliferation: Myc function in stem cells.
Murphy M.J., Wilson A., Trumpp A., 2005. Trends in Cell Biology, 15 (3) pp. 128-137.
 
Notch signaling in hematopoiesis and lymphopoiesis: lessons from Drosophila.
Radtke F., Wilson A., MacDonald H.R., 2005. BioEssays, 27 (11) pp. 1117-1128. Peer-reviewed.
 
Paradigms of notch signaling in mammals.
Dumortier A., Wilson A., MacDonald H.R., Radtke F., 2005. International journal of hematology, 82 (4) pp. 277-284. Peer-reviewed.
Beta-catenin is dispensable for hematopoiesis and lymphopoiesis.
Cobas M., Wilson A., Ernst B., Mancini S.J., MacDonald H.R., Kemler R., Radtke F., 2004. The Journal of experimental medicine, 199 (2) pp. 221-229. Peer-reviewed.
 
c-Myc controls the balance between hematopoietic stem cell self-renewal and differentiation.
Wilson A., Murphy M.J., Oskarsson T., Kaloulis K., Bettess M.D., Oser G.M., Pasche A.C., Knabenhans C., Macdonald H.R., Trumpp A., 2004. Genes and development, 18 (22) pp. 2747-2763. Peer-reviewed.
 
Notch regulation of lymphocyte development and function.
Radtke F., Wilson A., Mancini S.J., MacDonald H.R., 2004. Nature Immunology, 5 (3) pp. 247-253. Peer-reviewed.
 
Notch signaling in T- and B-cell development.
Radtke F., Wilson A., MacDonald H.R., 2004. Current opinion in immunology, 16 (2) pp. 174-179. Peer-reviewed.
The anti-apoptotic factor Bcl-2 can functionally substitute for the B cell survival but not for the marginal zone B cell differentiation activity of BAFF.
Tardivel A., Tinel A., Lens S., Steiner Q.G., Sauberli E., Wilson A., Mackay F., Rolink A.G., Beermann F., Tschopp J. et al., 2004. European Journal of Immunology, 34 (2) pp. 509-518.
 
The lymphoid past of mouse plasmacytoid cells and thymic dendritic cells.
Corcoran L., Ferrero I., Vremec D., Lucas K., Waithman J., O'Keeffe M., Wu L., Wilson A., Shortman K., 2003. Journal of Immunology, 170 (10) pp. 4926-4932.
 
A role for CD147 in thymic development.
Renno T., Wilson A., Dunkel C., Coste I., Maisnier-Patin K., Benoit de Coignac A., Aubry J.P., Lees R.K., Bonnefoy J.Y., MacDonald H.R. et al., 2002. Journal of Immunology, 168 (10) pp. 4946-4950. Peer-reviewed.
 
Inactivation of Notch1 impairs VDJbeta rearrangement and allows pre-TCR-independent survival of early alpha beta Lineage Thymocytes.
Wolfer A., Wilson A., Nemir M., MacDonald H.R., Radtke F., 2002. Immunity, 16 (6) pp. 869-879.
 
Mouse CD11c(+) B220(+) Gr1(+) plasmacytoid dendritic cells develop independently of the T-cell lineage.
Ferrero I., Held W., Wilson A., Tacchini-Cottier F., Radtke F., MacDonald H.R., 2002. Blood, 100 (8) pp. 2852-2857. Peer-reviewed.
 
The role of Notch signaling during hematopoietic lineage commitment.
Radtke F., Wilson A., Ernst B., MacDonald H.R., 2002. Immunological reviews, 187 pp. 65-74. Peer-reviewed.
 
Biased V beta usage in immature thymocytes is independent of DJ beta proximity and pT alpha pairing.
Wilson A., Maréchal C., MacDonald H.R., 2001. Journal of Immunology, 166 (1) pp. 51-57. Peer-reviewed.
 
Inactivation of Notch 1 in immature thymocytes does not perturb CD4 or CD8T cell development.
Wolfer A., Bakker T., Wilson A., Nicolas M., Ioannidis V., Littman D.R., Lee P.P., Wilson C.B., Held W., MacDonald H.R. et al., 2001. Nature immunology, 2 (3) pp. 235-241. Peer-reviewed.
Maturation of marginal zone and follicular B cells requires B cell activating factor of the tumor necrosis factor family and is independent of B cell maturation antigen.
Schneider P., Takatsuka H., Wilson A., Mackay F., Tardivel A., Lens S., Cachero T.G., Finke D., Beermann F., Tschopp J., 2001. Journal of Experimental Medicine, 194 (11) pp. 1691-1697.
Notch 1-deficient common lymphoid precursors adopt a B cell fate in the thymus.
Wilson A., MacDonald H.R., Radtke F., 2001. The Journal of experimental medicine, 194 (7) pp. 1003-1012. Peer-reviewed.
 
Notch1 and T-cell development: insights from conditional knockout mice.
MacDonald H.R., Wilson A., Radtke F., 2001. Trends in immunology, 22 (3) pp. 155-160. Peer-reviewed.
 
T cell fate specification and alphabeta/gammadelta lineage commitment.
MacDonald H.R., Radtke F., Wilson A., 2001. Current opinion in immunology, 13 (2) pp. 219-224. Peer-reviewed.
T cell receptor specificity is critical for the development of epidermal gammadelta T cells.
Ferrero I., Wilson A., Beermann F., Held W., MacDonald H.R., 2001. The Journal of Experimental Medicine, 194 (10) pp. 1473-1483. Peer-reviewed.
 
Unavailability of CD147 leads to selective erythrocyte trapping in the spleen.
Coste I., Gauchat J.F., Wilson A., Izui S., Jeannin P., Delneste Y., MacDonald H.R., Bonnefoy J.Y., Renno T., 2001. Blood, 97 (12) pp. 3984-3988. Peer-reviewed.
 
A new look at Syk in alpha beta and gamma delta T cell development using chimeric mice with a low competitive hematopoietic environment.
Colucci F., Guy-Grand D., Wilson A., Turner M., Schweighoffer E., Tybulewicz V.L., Di Santo J.P., 2000. Journal of Immunology, 164 (10) pp. 5140-5145.
 
Cutting edge: an essential role for Notch-1 in the development of both thymus-independent and -dependent T cells in the gut.
Wilson A., Ferrero I., MacDonald H.R., Radtke F., 2000. Journal of immunology, 165 (10) pp. 5397-5400. Peer-reviewed.
Notch1 deficiency dissociates the intrathymic development of dendritic cells and T cells.
Radtke F., Ferrero I., Wilson A., Lees R., Aguet M., MacDonald H.R., 2000. Journal of Experimental Medicine, 191 (7) pp. 1085-1094. Peer-reviewed.
 
Deficient T cell fate specification in mice with an induced inactivation of Notch1.
Radtke F., Wilson A., Stark G., Bauer M., van Meerwijk J., MacDonald H.R., Aguet M., 1999. Immunity, 10 (5) pp. 547-558. Peer-reviewed.
Unexpectedly late expression of intracellular CD3epsilon and TCR gammadelta proteins during adult thymus development.
Wilson A., Capone M., MacDonald H.R., 1999. International Immunology, 11 (10) pp. 1641-1650. Peer-reviewed.
 
A limited role for beta-selection during gamma delta T cell development.
Wilson A., MacDonald H.R., 1998. Journal of Immunology, 161 (11) pp. 5851-5854. Peer-reviewed.
 
Critical involvement of Tcf-1 in expansion of thymocytes.
Schilham M.W., Wilson A., Moerer P., Benaissa-Trouw B.J., Cumano A., Clevers H.C., 1998. Journal of Immunology, 161 (8) pp. 3984-3991.
 
Evidence of stage-specific element for germ-line transcription of the TCR alpha gene located upstream of J alpha49 locus.
Hozumi K., Tanaka Y., Sato T., Wilson A., Habu S., 1998. European Journal of Immunology, 28 (4) pp. 1368-1378.
High expression of the HMG box factor sox-13 in arterial walls during embryonic development.
Roose J., Korver W., Oving E., Wilson A., Wagenaar G., Markman M., Lamers W., Clevers H., 1998. Nucleic Acids Research, 26 (2) pp. 469-476.
 
The role of the T-cell receptor (TCR) in alpha beta/gamma delta lineage commitment: clues from intracellular TCR staining.
MacDonald H.R., Wilson A., 1998. Immunological Reviews, 165 pp. 87-94. Peer-reviewed.
 
Abnormal T lymphocyte development induced by targeted overexpression of IkappaB alpha.
Esslinger C.W., Wilson A., Sordat B., Beermann F., Jongeneel C.V., 1997/06. Journal of Immunology, 158 (11) pp. 5075-5078.
 
Alpha beta lineage-committed thymocytes can be rescued by the gamma delta T cell receptor (TCR) in the absence of TCR beta chain.
Livák F., Wilson A., MacDonald H.R., Schatz D.G., 1997. European Journal of Immunology, 27 (11) pp. 2948-2958. Peer-reviewed.
 
Calmodulin-dependent protein kinase IV during T-cell development.
Krebs J., Wilson A., Kisielow P., 1997. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 241 (2) pp. 383-389.
Elf-1 contributes to the function of the complex interleukin (IL)-2-responsive enhancer in the mouse IL-2 receptor alpha gene.
Serdobova I., Pla M., Reichenbach P., Sperisen P., Ghysdael J., Wilson A., Freeman J., Nabholz M., 1997. Journal of Experimental Medicine, 185 (7) pp. 1211-1221.
 
Fas ligand expression is restricted to nonlymphoid thymic components in situ.
French L.E., Wilson A., Hahne M., Viard I., Tschopp J., MacDonald H.R., 1997. Journal of immunology, 159 (5) pp. 2196-2202. Peer-reviewed.
 
T cell receptor alpha gene rearrangement and transcription in adult thymic gamma delta cells.
Mertsching E., Wilson A., MacDonald H.R., Ceredig R., 1997. European Journal of Immunology, 27 (2) pp. 389-396. Peer-reviewed.
 
The winged-helix transcription factor Trident is expressed in actively dividing lymphocytes.
Korver W., Roose J., Wilson A., Clevers H., 1997. Immunobiology, 198 (1-3) pp. 157-161.
 
TRAMP, a novel apoptosis-mediating receptor with sequence homology to tumor necrosis factor receptor 1 and Fas(Apo-1/CD95).
Bodmer J.L., Burns K., Schneider P., Hofmann K., Steiner V., Thome M., Bornand T., Hahne M., Schröter M., Becker K. et al., 1997. Immunity, 6 (1) pp. 79-88.
Memory TCR repertoires analysed long-term reflect those selected during the primary response.
Walker PR, Wilson A, Bucher P, Maryanski JL, 1996. International Immunology, 8 (7) pp. 1131-1138. Peer-reviewed.
 
Selectively impaired development of intestinal T cell receptor gamma delta+ cells and liver CD4+ NK1+ T cell receptor alpha beta+ cells in T cell factor-1-deficient mice.
Ohteki T., Wilson A., Verbeek S., MacDonald H.R., Clevers H., 1996. European Journal of Immunology, 26 (2) pp. 351-355. Peer-reviewed.
 
T cell receptor delta gene rearrangement and T early alpha (TEA) expression in immature alpha beta lineage thymocytes: implications for alpha beta/gamma delta lineage commitment.
Wilson A., de Villartay J.P., MacDonald H.R., 1996. Immunity, 4 (1) pp. 37-45. Peer-reviewed.
 
An HMG-box-containing T-cell factor required for thymocyte differentiation.
Verbeek S., Izon D., Hofhuis F., Robanus-Maandag E., te Riele H., van de Wetering M., Oosterwegel M., Wilson A., MacDonald H.R., Clevers H., 1995. Nature, 374 (6517) pp. 70-74. Peer-reviewed.
 
Expansion of gamma delta+ T cells in BALB/c mice infected with Leishmania major is dependent upon Th2-type CD4+ T cells.
Rosat J.P., Conceiçao-Silva F., Waanders G.A., Beermann F., Wilson A., Owen M.J., Hayday A.C., Huang S., Aguet M., MacDonald H.R. et al., 1995. Infection and Immunity, 63 (8) pp. 3000-3004. Peer-reviewed.
Expression of genes encoding the pre-TCR and CD3 complex during thymus development.
Wilson A., MacDonald H.R., 1995. International Immunology, 7 (10) pp. 1659-1664. Peer-reviewed.
 
Fatty acids regulate Thy-1 antigen mRNA stability in T lymphocyte precursors.
Déglon N., Wilson A., Desponds C., Laurent P., Bron C., Fasel N., 1995. European Journal of Biochemistry, 231 (3) pp. 687-696.
 
Interleukins (IL)-1 and IL-2 control IL-2 receptor alpha and beta expression in immature thymocytes.
Wilson A., Corthésy P., Reichenbach P., MacDonald H.R., Nabholz M., 1994. European Journal of Immunology, 24 (8) pp. 1729-1735.
 
The murine interleukin-2 receptor gamma chain gene: organization, chromosomal localization and expression in the adult thymus.
DiSanto J.P., Certain S., Wilson A., MacDonald H.R., Avner P., Fischer A., de Saint Basile G., 1994. European Journal of Immunology, 24 (12) pp. 3014-3018.
Two waves of recombinase gene expression in developing thymocytes.
Wilson A., Held W., MacDonald H.R., 1994. The Journal of experimental medicine, 179 (4) pp. 1355-1360. Peer-reviewed.
Analysis of immature (CD4-CD8-) thymic subsets in T-cell receptor alpha beta transgenic mice.
Wilson A., Pircher H., Ohashi P., MacDonald H.R., 1992. Developmental Immunology, 2 (2) pp. 85-94.
 
Recognition of a B cell lymphoma by anti-idiotypic T cells.
Wilson A., George A.J., King C.A., Stevenson F.K., 1990. Journal of Immunology, 145 (11) pp. 3937-3943.
 
A murine early thymocyte developmental sequence is marked by transient expression of the interleukin 2 receptor.
Pearse M., Wu L., Egerton M., Wilson A., Shortman K., Scollay R., 1989. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 86 (5) pp. 1614-1618.
 
The acquisition of CD4 and CD8 during the differentiation of early thymocytes in short-term culture.
Wilson A., Petrie H.T., Scollay R., Shortman K., 1989. International Immunology, 1 (6) pp. 605-612.
 
Developmental status and reconstitution potential of subpopulations of murine thymocytes.
Scollay R., Wilson A., D'Amico A., Kelly K., Egerton M., Pearse M., Wu L., Shortman K., 1988. Immunological Reviews, 104 pp. 81-120.
 
Immature CD4- CD8+ murine thymocytes.
Shortman K., Wilson A., Egerton M., Pearse M., Scollay R., 1988. Cellular Immunology, 113 (2) pp. 462-479.
 
Molecular characterization of T-cell antigen receptor expression by subsets of CD4- CD8- murine thymocytes.
Pearse M., Gallagher P., Wilson A., Wu L., Fisicaro N., Miller J.F., Scollay R., Shortman K., 1988. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 85 (16) pp. 6082-6086.
 
Mouse strain differences in subset distribution and T cell antigen receptor expression among CD4-CD8- thymocytes.
Shortman K., Wilson A., Pearse M., Gallagher P., Scollay R., 1988. Immunology and Cell Biology, 66 ( Pt 5-6) pp. 423-433.
 
Subpopulations of CD4- CD8- murine thymocytes: differences in proliferation rate in vivo and proliferative responses in vitro.
Ewing T., Egerton M., Wilson A., Scollay R., Shortman K., 1988. European Journal of Immunology, 18 (2) pp. 261-268.
 
Subpopulations of early thymocytes. A cross-correlation flow cytometric analysis of adult mouse Ly-2-L3T4-(CD8-CD4-) thymocytes using eight different surface markers.
Wilson A., D'Amico A., Ewing T., Scollay R., Shortman K., 1988. Journal of Immunology, 140 (5) pp. 1461-1469.
 
Subpopulations of mature murine thymocytes: properties of CD4-CD8+ and CD4+CD8- thymocytes lacking the heat-stable antigen.
Wilson A., Day L.M., Scollay R., Shortman K., 1988. Cellular Immunology, 117 (2) pp. 312-326.
 
T cell antigen receptor expression by subsets of Ly-2-L3T4- (CD8-CD4-) thymocytes.
Wilson A., Ewing T., Owens T., Scollay R., Shortman K., 1988. Journal of Immunology, 140 (5) pp. 1470-1476.
 
T-cell receptor expression and high Vβ8 usage by subsets of CD4- CD8- thymocytes.
Shortman K., Wilson A., Scollay R., 1988. pp. 175-183 dans Davis M.M., Kappler J. (eds.) The T-cell receptor, Liss.
 
Phenotype and localization of thymocytes expressing the homing receptor-associated antigen MEL-14: arguments for the view that most mature thymocytes are located in the medulla.
Shortman K., Wilson A., Van Ewijk W., Scollay R., 1987. Journal of Immunology, 138 (2) pp. 342-351.
 
The correlation of lectin-stimulated proliferation and cytotoxicity in murine thymocytes with expression of the MEL-14-defined homing receptor.
Wilson A., Scollay R., Reichert R.A., Butcher E.C., Weissman I.L., Shortman K., 1987. Journal of Immunology, 138 (2) pp. 352-357.
 
Clonal expansion of T cells: a cytotoxic T-cell response in vivo that involves precursor cell proliferation.
Denizot F., Wilson A., Battye F., Berke G., Shortman K., 1986. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 83 (16) pp. 6089-6092.
 
Degradation of specificity in cytolytic T lymphocyte clones. The separate YAC-1-type (NK-like) and P815-type broad specificity killing patterns are both restricted to the larger cells within a clone but may be expressed independently in clones from different mouse strains.
Shortman K., Wilson A., 1986. Journal of Immunology, 137 (3) pp. 798-804.
 
Mature and immature thymocytes.
Shortman K., Scolla R., Wilson A., Chen W.-F., Ewing T., 1986. pp. 95-104 dans Cinader B., Miller R.G. (eds.) Sixth International Congress of Immunology, Academic Press.
 
Mature and immature thymocytes; surface phenotype, immune function and intrathymic location
Shortman K., Scollay R., Wilson A., Andrews P., Boyd R., Butcher E., Weissman I, 1986. pp. 3-10 dans Oppenheim J.J., Jacobs D.M. (eds.) Leukocytes and host defense, Liss.
 
Natural and unnatural killing by cytolytic T lymphocytes.
Shortman K., Wilson A., 1986. Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology, 126 pp. 111-119.
 
Degradation of specificity in cytolytic T lymphocyte clones: two broad specificity, H-2-independent recognition systems, one natural killer-like, develop during culture, in addition to the clonally distributed antigen-specific receptor.
Wilson A., Shortman K., 1985. European Journal of Immunology, 15 (9) pp. 899-905.
 
Degradation of specificity in cytolytic T lymphocyte clones: mouse strain dependence and interstrain transfer of nonspecific cytolysis.
Wilson A., Shortman K., 1984. European Journal of Immunology, 14 (10) pp. 951-956.
 
Loss of specificity in cytolytic T lymphocyte clones obtained by limit dilution culture of Ly-2+ T cells.
Shortman K., Wilson A., Scollay R., 1984. Journal of Immunology, 132 (2) pp. 584-593.
 
Ly 2 positive cytotoxic T lymphocytes, whether specific or non-specific in lytic activity, may express a large, granular, vacuolated lymphocyte morphology.
Wilson A., Scollay R., Abbot A.P., Shortman K., 1984. Australian Journal of Experimental Biology and Medical Science, 62 ( Pt 4) pp. 381-401.
 
Thymus cell migration: analysis of thymus emigrants with markers that distinguish medullary thymocytes from peripheral T cells.
Scollay R., Wilson A., Shortman K., 1984. Journal of Immunology, 132 (3) pp. 1089-1094.
 
Development of large granular lymphocytes with anomalous, nonspecific cytotoxicity in clones derived from Ly-2+ T cells.
Shortman K., Wilson A., Scollay R., Chen W.F., 1983. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 80 (9) pp. 2728-2732.
 
An NK-like cell limits the adoptive response from "pre-progenitor" B cells.
Shortman K., Wilson A., Baker J., Burton R.C., 1982. Australian Journal of Experimental Biology and Medical Science, 60 (6) pp. 581-592.
 
Limit-dilution assay and clonal expansion of all T cells capable of proliferation.
Chen W.F., Wilson A., Scollay R., Shortman K., 1982. Journal of Immunological Methods, 52 (3) pp. 307-322.
 
Non-specific factors can induce s-IgD on the intermediate, "pre-progenitor" B cells that give adoptive primary responses.
Shortman K., Wilson A., Baker J., Layton J., 1982. Australian Journal of Experimental Biology and Medical Science, 60 (3) pp. 297-307.
 
Semi-automated limit-dilution assay and clonal expansion of all T-cell precursors of cytotoxic lymphocytes.
Wilson A., Chen W.F., Scollay R., Shortman K., 1982. Journal of Immunological Methods, 52 (3) pp. 283-306.
 
A new assay for cytotoxic lymphocytes, based on a radioautographic readout of 111 In release, suitable for rapid, semi-automated assessment of limit-dilution cultures.
Shortman K., Wilson A., 1981. Journal of Immunological Methods, 43 (2) pp. 135-152.
 
Detection of antibodies to central nervous system antigens by solid phase radioimmunoassay.
Linthicum D.S., Mackay I.R., Wilson A., Horvath L.B., Carnegie P.R., 1981. Journal of Neuroscience Research, 6 (5) pp. 567-578.
 
The immunoglobulin mu constant region gene is expressed in mouse thymocytes.
Kemp D.J., Wilson A., Harris A.W., Shortman K., 1980. Nature, 286 (5769) pp. 168-170.
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