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Number of items: 2.

2018

Pariollaud, Marie and Gibbs, Julie E. and Hopwood, Thomas W. and Brown, Sheila and Begley, Nicola and Vonslow, Ryan and Poolman, Toryn and Guo, Baoqiang and Saer, Ben and Jones, D. Heulyn and Tellam, James P. and Bresciani, Stefano and Tomkinson, Nicholas C.O. and Wojno-Picon, Justyna and Cooper, Anthony W.J. and Daniels, Dion A. and Trump, Ryan P. and Grant, Daniel and Zuercher, William and Willson, Timothy M. and MacDonald, Andrew S. and Bolognese, Brian and Podolin, Patricia L. and Sanchez, Yolanda and Loudon, Andrew S.I. and Ray, David W. (2018) Circadian clock component REV-ERBα controls homeostatic regulation of pulmonary inflammation. Journal of Clinical Investigation, 128 (6). pp. 2281-2296. ISSN 0021-9738

2014

Morrison, Vicky Louise and James, Martyn John and Grzes, Katarzyna and Cook, Peter and Glass, David Gavin and Savinko, Terhi and Lek, Hwee San and Gawden-Bone, Christian and Watts, Colin and Millington, Owain Richard and MacDonald, Andrew Scott and Fagerholm, Susanna Carola (2014) Loss of ​beta2-integrin-mediated cytoskeletal linkage reprogrammes dendritic cells to a mature migratory phenotype. Nature Communications, 5. 5359. ISSN 2041-1723

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