Rachel A. Lawrence
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Immunological tolerance: the key feature in human filariasis?
RM Maizels, RA Lawrence
Parasitology today 7 (10), 271-276, 1991
Adult and microfilarial stages of the filarial parasite Brugia malayi stimulate contrasting cytokine and Ig isotype responses in BALB/c mice.
RA Lawrence, JE Allen, J Osborne, RM Maizels
Journal of immunology (Baltimore, Md.: 1950) 153 (3), 1216-1224, 1994
Nippostrongylus brasiliensis: cytokine responses and nematode expulsion in normal and IL-4-deficient mice
RA Lawrence, CA Gray, J Osborne, RM Maizels
Experimental parasitology 84 (1), 65-73, 1996
APC from mice harbouring the filarial nematode, Brugia malayi, prevent cellular proliferation but not cytokine production
JE Allen, RA Lawrence, RM Maizels
International immunology 8 (1), 143-151, 1996
Requirement for in vivo production of IL-4, but not IL-10, in the induction of proliferative suppression by filarial parasites
AS MacDonald, RM Maizels, RA Lawrence, I Dransfield, JE Allen
The Journal of immunology 160 (3), 1304-1312, 1998
Infection of IL-4-deficient mice with the parasitic nematode Brugia malayi demonstrates that host resistance is not dependent on a T helper 2-dominated immune response.
RA Lawrence, JE Allen, WF Gregory, M Kopf, RM Maizels
Journal of immunology (Baltimore, Md.: 1950) 154 (11), 5995-6001, 1995
Relative importance of plant ontogeny, host genetic variation, and leaf age for a common herbivore
R Lawrence, BM Potts, TG Whitham
Ecology 84 (5), 1171-1178, 2003
Filarial parasites develop faster and reproduce earlier in response to host immune effectors that determine filarial life expectancy
SA Babayan, AF Read, RA Lawrence, O Bain, JE Allen
PLoS biology 8 (10), e1000525, 2010
The serpin secreted by Brugia malayi microfilariae, Bm-SPN-2, elicits strong, but short-lived, immune responses in mice and humans
X Zang, AK Atmadja, P Gray, JE Allen, CA Gray, RA Lawrence, ...
The Journal of Immunology 165 (9), 5161-5169, 2000
B cells play a regulatory role in mice infected with the L3 of Brugia pahangi
V Gillan, RA Lawrence, E Devaney
International immunology 17 (4), 373-382, 2005
Eosinophils are important for protection, immunoregulation and pathology during infection with nematode microfilariae
ET Cadman, KA Thysse, S Bearder, AYN Cheung, AC Johnston, JJ Lee, ...
PLoS pathogens 10 (3), e1003988, 2014
Granulocytes: effector cells or immunomodulators in the immune response to helminth infection?
ET Cadman, RA Lawrence
Parasite immunology 32 (1), 1-19, 2010
Eotaxin‐1‐regulated eosinophils have a critical role in innate immunity against experimental Brugia malayi infection
JE Simons, ME Rothenberg, RA Lawrence
European Journal of Immunology 35 (1), 189-197, 2005
Immunity to filarial nematodes
RA Lawrence
Veterinary Parasitology 100 (1-2), 33-44, 2001
Lymphatic filariasis: parallels between the immunology of infection in humans and mice
RA Lawrence, E Devaney
Parasite immunology 23 (7), 353-361, 2001
Disorganization of the splenic microanatomy in ageing mice
D Aw, L Hilliard, Y Nishikawa, ET Cadman, RA Lawrence, DB Palmer
Immunology 148 (1), 92-101, 2016
Lymphatic filariasis: what mice can tell us
RA Lawrence
Parasitology Today 12 (7), 267-271, 1996
A role for antibody and Fc receptor in the clearance of Brugia malayi microfilariae
CA Gray, RA Lawrence
European journal of immunology 32 (4), 1114-1120, 2002
C‐reactive protein is essential for innate resistance to pneumococcal infection
J Paul Simons, JM Loeffler, R Al‐Shawi, S Ellmerich, WL Hutchinson, ...
Immunology 142 (3), 414-420, 2014
Cystatin F ensures eosinophil survival by regulating granule biogenesis
SP Matthews, SJ McMillan, JD Colbert, RA Lawrence, C Watts
Immunity 44 (4), 795-806, 2016
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