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Last update: July 16, 2014


  1. Aalberse, R.C., Crameri R. (2011). IgE-binding epitopes: a reappraisal. Allergy 66: 1261-1274.
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  2. Alsteens D, Aimanianda V, Hegde P, Pire S, Beau R, Bayry J, Latgé JP and Dufrêne YF. (2013). Unravelling the nanoscale surface properties of chitin synthase mutants of Aspergillus fumigatus and their biological implications. Biophys J. 105: 320-327.
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  3. Araujo L.M., Chauvineau A., Zhu R., Diem S., Bourgeois E., Levescot A., Huerre M., Gombert J.M., Bayry J., Daëron M., Bruhns P., Kaveri S.V. and Herbelin A. (2011). Cutting Edge: Intravenous Ig inhibits iNKT cell-mediated allergic airway inflammation through FcgRIIIA-dependent mechanisms.  J Immunol. 186:3289-3293.
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  4. Bain. J.M., Lewis. L.E, Okai B., Quinn J., Gow N.A.R., Erwig, L-P. (2012). Non-lytic expulsion/exocytosis of Candida albicans from macrophages. Fungal Genet Biol. 2012 Feb 4. [Epub ahead of print].
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  5. Balaji H., Heratizadeh A., Wichmann K., Niebuhr M., Crameri R., Scheynius A., Werfel T. (2011). Malassezia sympodialis thioredoxin-specific T cells are highly cross-reactive to human thioredoxin in atopic dermatitis. J Allergy Clin Immunol 128: 92-99.e4.
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  6. Bates S., Hall R.A., Cheetham J., Netea M.G., MacCallum D.M., Brown A.J.P., Odds F.C., and Gow N.A.R. (2013). Role of the Candida albicans MNN1 gene family in cell wall structure and virulence. BMC Research Notes, 6, 294.
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  7. Bayry J., Negi V.S. and Kaveri S.V. (2011). Intravenous immunoglobulin therapy in rheumatic diseases. Nature Rev Rheumatol. 7:349-359.
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  8. Bayry J. (2012). Chemokine axis as a therapeutic target to enhance the recruitment of Tregs and treat organ-specific autoimmune and inflammatory diseases. Immunoterapy 4: 9-12.
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  9. Bayry J. (2012). Plasticity of Th17 cells and therapeutic conundrum. J Blood Lymph 1:1.
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  10. Bayry J., Mouthon L. and Kaveri S.V. (2012). Intravenous Immunoglobulin Expands Regulatory T Cells in Autoimmune Rheumatic Disease. J Rheumatol 39: 450-451.
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  11. Bayry J., Aimanianda V., Guijarro J.I., Sunde M. and Latgé J.P. (2012). Hydrophobins-unique fungal proteins. PLoS Pathog. 8:e1002700.
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  12. Bayry J., Beaussart A., Dufrêne Y., Sharma M., Bansal K., Kniemeyer O., Aimanianda V., Brakhage A., Kaveri S.V., Kwon-Chung K.J., Latge J.P., and Beauvais A. (2014). Surface structure characterization of Aspergillus fumigatus conidia mutated in the melanin synthesis pathway and their human cellular immune response. Infect Immun May 12, [Epub ahead of print].
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  13. Bayry J., Tartour E. and Tough D.F. (2014). Targeting CCR4 as an emerging strategy for cancer therapy and vaccines. Trends Pharmacol Sci. 35:163-165.
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  14. Beauvais A., Bozza S., Kniemeyer O., Formosa C., Balloy V., Henry C., Roberson R.W., Dague E., Chignard M., Brakhage A.A., Romani L., Latgé J.P. (2013). Deletion of the α-(1,3)-Glucan Synthase Genes Induces a Restructuring of the Conidial Cell Wall Responsible for the Avirulence of Aspergillus fumigatus. PLoS Pathog. 9:e1003716.
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  15. Brown, A.J.P., Haynes, K., Gow, N.A.R. and Quinn, J. (2012). Stress responses in Candida. In Candida and Candidiasis. pp 225-242.  R.A. Calderone and J.C. Clancy (eds), Washington, ASM Press.
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  16. Brown, G.D., Denning, D.W, Gow, N.A.R., Levitz S.V. Netea, M.G. and White, T.C. (2012). Hidden killers: human fungal infections. Science Translational Medicine 4, 165rv13.
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  17. Butler G., Lorenz M. and Gow, N.A.R. (2012) Evolution and genomics of the pathogenic Candida species complex.  In Evolution of Virulence in Eukaryotic Microbes. Eds Howlett, Heitman, Sibley (Wiley-Blackwell) pp 404-424.

  18. Carvalho A., Cunha C., Bistoni F. and Romani L. (2012). Immunotherapy of aspergillosis. Clin Microbiol Infect. 18:120-5.
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  19. Carvalho A., De Luca A., Bozza S., Cunha C., D'Angelo C., Moretti S., Perruccio K., Iannitti R.G., Fallarino F., Pierini A., Latgé J.P., Velardi A., Aversa F. and Romani L. (2011). TLR3 essentially promotes protective class I-restricted memory CD8+ T-cell responses to Aspergillus fumigatus in hematopoietic transplanted patients. Blood. 119:967-77.
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  20. Carvalho A., Giovannini G., De Luca A., D’Angelo C., Casagrande A., Cunha C., Iannitti R.G., Romani L. Dectin-1 isoforms contribute to distinct Th1/Th17 cell activation in mucosal candidiasis (2012). Cell Mol Immunol. 3: 276-86.
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  21. Carvalho A., Cunha C., Iannitti R.G., Casagrande A., Bistoni F., Aversa F., Romani L. (2012). Host defense pathways against fungi: the basis for vaccines and immunotherapy. Front Microbiol. 3: 176-184.
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  23. Carvalho A., Cunha C., Iannitti R.G., De Luca A., Giovannini G., Bistoni F., Romani L. (2012). Inflammation in aspergillosis: the good, the bad, and the therapeutic. Ann N Y Acad Sci. 1273:52.
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  24. Cheng S.C., Van de Veerdonk F.L., Lenardon M., Stoffels M., Plantinga T., Smeekens S., Rizzetto L., Mukaremera L., Preechasuth K., Cavalieri D., Kanneganti T.D., van der Meer J.W., Kullberg B.J., Joosten L.A., Gow N.A., Netea M.G. The dectin-1/inflammasome pathway is responsible for the induction of protective T-helper 17 responses that discriminate between yeasts and hyphae of Candida albicans Journal of Leukocyte Biology 90: 357-366.
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  25. Colombel J.F., Sendid B., Jouault T., Poulain D. (2013). Secukinumab failure in Crohn's disease: the yeast connection? Gut 62:800-801.
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  26. Courjol, F., Jouault, T., and Fradin, C. (2014) Modulation of the host response to control invasive fungal infections. in Antifungals: From Genomics to Resistance and the Development of Novel Agents (Coste, A., and Vandeputte, P. eds.), Caister Academic Press.
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  27. Crameri R. (2011). The problem of cross-reactivity in the diagnosis of fungal allergy. Clin. Exp. Allergy 41: 302-304.
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  28. Crameri R. (2012). Immunoglobulin E-binding autoantigens: biochemical characterization and clinical relevance. Clin. Exp. Allergy 42: 343-351.
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  29. Reto Crameri, Mattia Garbani, Claudio Rhyner and Carly Huitema (2013). Fungi: the neglected allergenic sources. Allergy 69:176-185.
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  30. Cunha C., Aversa F., Bistoni G., Casagrande C., Rodrigues F., Romani L. and Carvalho A. (2011). Immunogenetic profiling to predict risk of invasive fungal diseases: where are we now? Immunol Invest. 40:723-34.
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  31. Cunha C., Giovannini G., Pierini A., Bell A.S., Sorci G., Riuzzi F., Donato R., Rodrigues F., Velardi A., Aversa F., Romani L. and Carvalho A. (2011). Genetically-determined hyperfunction of the S100B/RAGE axis is a risk factor for aspergillosis in stem cell transplant recipients. PLoS One. 6:e27962.
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  32. Cunha C., Carvalho A. (2012). Host genetics and invasive fungal diseases: towards improved diagnosis and therapy? Expert Rev Anti Infect Ther. Mar;10(3):257-9.
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  33. Cunha C., Carvalho A., Esposito A., Bistoni F., Romani L. (2012). DAMP signaling in fungal infections and diseases. Front Immunol. 3:286.
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  34. Cunha C., Aversa F., Romani L., Carvalho A. (2013). Human genetic susceptibility to invasive aspergillosis. PLoS Pathog. 9:e1003434.
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  35. Damiens S., Poissy J., François N., Salleron J., Jawhara S., Jouault T., Poulain D., Sendid B. (2013). Mannose-binding Lectin levels and variation during invasive candidiasis. J Clin Immunol. 32(6):1317-23.
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  36. Damiens S., Danze P.M., Drucbert A.S., Choteau L., Jouault T., Poulain D., Sendid B. (2013). Characterization of the recognition of Candida species by mannose-binding lectin using surface plasmon resonance. The Analyst 138:2477-2482.
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  37. Julie Delaloye and Thierry Calandra (2014). Invasive candidiasis as a cause of sepsis in the critically ill patient. Virulence 5:1, 161-169.
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  38. Gupta N., LeGoff J., Chamat S., Mercier-Delarue S., Touzelet O., Power U.F., Kazatchkine M.D., Simon F., Lacroix-Desmazes S., Bayry J. and Kaveri S.V. (2013). Affinity-purified respiratory syncytial virus antibodies from intravenous immunoglobulin exert potent antibody-dependent cellular cytotoxicity. PLoS ONE 8: e69390.
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  39. De Luca A., Iannitti R.G., Bozza S., Beau R., Casagrande A., D’Angelo C., Moretti S., Cunha C., Giovannini G., Carvalho A., Boon L., Latgé J.P., Romani L. (2012). CD4(+) T cell vaccination overcomes defective cross-presentation of fungal antigens in a mouse model of chronic granulomatous disease. Journal of Clinical Investigation 1;122(5):1816-31.
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  40. De Luca A Carvalho A Cunha C Iannitti R.G., Pitzurra L., Giovannini G., Mencacci A., Bartolommei L., Moretti S., Massi-Benedetti C., Fuchs D., De Bernardis F., Puccetti P., Romani L. (2013). IL-22 and IDO1 Affect Immunity and Tolerance to Murine and Human Vaginal Candidiasis. PLoS Pathog. 9:e1003486.
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  41. Devillers A., Courjol F., Fradin C., Coste A., Poulain D., Pipy B., Bernardes E. and Jouault T. (2013) Deficient beta-mannosylation of Candida albicans phospholipomannan affects the proinflammatory response in macrophages. Plos One;8;e84771.
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  42. Díaz-Jiménez D.F., Mora-Montes H.M, Hernández-Cervantes A., Luna-Arias J.P., Gow N.A.R. and Flores-Carreón A. (2012). Biochemical characterisation of recombinant Candida albicans mannosyltransferases Mnt1, Mnt2 and Mnt5 reveals new functions in O- and N-mannan biosynthesis. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 419: 77–82.
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  43. El-Kirat-Chatel S., Beaussart A., Alsteens D, Sarazin A, Jouault T. and Dufrene Y. (2013). Single-molecule analysis of the major glycopolymers of pathogenic and non-pathogenic yeast cells. Nanoscale. Jun 7;5(11):4855-63.
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  44. Fabre E., Hurtaux T. and Fradin C. (2014). Mannosylation of fungal glycoconjugates in the Golgi apparatus. Curr Opin Microbiol Jun 12;20C:103-110.
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  45. Fontaine T., Delangle A., Simenel C., Coddeville B., Van Vliet S.J., Van Kooyk Y., Bozza S., Moretti S., Schwarz F., Trichot C., Aebi M., Delepierre M., Elbim C., Romani L. and Latgé J.P. (2011). Galactosaminogalactan, a new immunosuppressive polysaccharide of Aspergillus fumigatus. PloS Pathogen. 7:e1002372.
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  46. Gerard R., Sendid B., Colombel J.F., Poulain D. and Jouault T. (2013). An immunological link between Candida albicans and Crohn’s Disease. Critical Reviews in Microbiology Jul 16:1-5.
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  47. Gow, N.A.R., Vanden Veerdonk F.L., Brown A.J.P. and Netea, M.G. (2012).  Candida albicans morphogenesis and the host defence: discriminating invasion from colonization. Nature Reviews in Microbiology 10: 112-122.
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  48. Gow N.A.R. and Hube, B. (2012). Importance of the Candida albicans cell wall during commensalism and infection. Curr. Opin. Microbiol. 15: 406-412.
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  49. Hall R.A., Lenardon M.D., Alvarez F.J., Nogueira F.M., Mukaremera L. and Gow N.A.R. (2012). The Candida albicans cell wall: structure and role in morphogenesis and immune recognition. The Fungal Cell Wall (ed H. Mora Montes) ISBN 987-1-62618-229-5. Nova Science Publishers., Inc. pp 1-26.
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  50. Hall R.A. and Gow N.A.R. (2013). Mannosylation in Candida albicans: role in cell wall function and immune recognition. Molecular Microbiology 90, 1147-1161.
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  51. Hall R.A., Bates S., Lenardon M.D., MacCallum D.M., Wagener J., Lowman D.W., Kruppa M.D., Williams D.L., Odds F.C., Brown A.J.P., Gow N.A.R. (2013). The Mnn2 mannosyltransferases regulate mannoprotein fibril length, immune recognition and virulence of Candida albicans. PLoS Pathogens 9(4): e1003276.
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  52. Hegde N.R., Kaveri S.V. and Bayry J. (2011). Recent advances in the administration of vaccines for infectious diseases: microneedles as painless delivery devices for mass vaccination. Drug Discov Today 16: 1061-1068.
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  53. Hoarau G., Kerdraon O., Lagree M., Vinchon M., Francois N., Dubos F., Sendid B. (2013). Detection of (1,3)-beta-D-glucans in situ in a Candida albicans brain granuloma. The Journal of infection 67:622-624.
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  54. Iannitti R.G., Carvalho A., Cunha C., De Luca A., Giovannini G., Casagrande A., Zelante T., Vacca C., Fallarino F., Puccetti P., Massi-Benedetti C., Defilippi G., Russo M., Porcaro L., Colombo C., Ratclif L., De Benedictis F.M., Romani L. (2013). Th17/Treg Imbalance in Murine Cystic Fibrosis is Linked to indoleamine 2,3-dioxygenase Deficiency but Corrected by Kynurenines. Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 187:609-20.
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  55. Iannitti R.G., Casagrande A., De Luca A., Cunha C., Sorci G., Riuzzi F., Borghi M., Galosi C., Massi-Benedetti C., Oury T.D., Cariani L., Russo M., Porcaro L., Colombo C., Majo F., Lucidi V., Fiscarelli E., Ricciotti G., Lass-Flörl C., Ratclif L., Esposito A., De Benedictis F.M., Donato R., Carvalho A., Romani L. (2013). Hypoxia Promotes Danger-Mediated Inflammation via receptor for advanced glycation end products in Cystic Fibrosis. Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 188:1338.
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  56. Ifrim D.C., Joosten L.A.B., Kullberg B.J., Jacobs L., Jansen T., Williams D., Gow, N.A.R., Van der Meer J.W.M., Netea M.G., and Quintin, J. (2013). Candida albicans primes the TLR cytokine responses through a dectin-1/Raf-1-mediated pathway. Journal of Immunology 190, 4129–4135.
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  57. Ifrim D.C., Quintin J., Joosten L.A., Jacobs C., Jansen T., Jacobs L., Gow N.A., Williams D.L., Van der Meer J.W., Netea M.G. (2014). Trained immunity or tolerance: opposing functional programs induced in human monocytes after engagement of various pattern recognition receptors. Clin Vaccine Immunol. 2014 Apr;21(4):534-45.
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  58. Ifrim D.C., Bain J.M., Reid D.M., Oosting M., Verschueren I., Gow N.A., Van Krieken J.H., Brown G.D., Kullberg B.J., Joosten L.A., Van der Meer J.W., Koentgen F., Erwig L.P., Quintin J., Netea M.G. (2014). Role of Dectin-2 for host defense against systemic infection with Candida glabrata. Infect Immun. Mar;82(3):1064-1073.
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  59. Jawhara S., Mogensen E., Maggiotto F., Fradin C., Maes E., Sarazin A., Dubuquoy L., Guerardel Y., Janbon G., Poulain D. (2012). Murine Model of Dextran Sulfate Sodium-Induced Colitis Reveals Candida glabrata Virulence and Contribution of β-Mannosyltransferases. J Biol Chem. 287:11313-11324.
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  60. Jawhara S., Habib K., Maggiotto F., Pignede G., Vandekerckove P., Maes E., Dubuquoy L., Fontaine T., Guerardel Y., Poulain D. (2012). Modulation of intestinal inflammation by yeasts and cell wall extracts: strain dependence and unexpected anti-inflammatory role of glucan fractions. PLoS One;7(7):e40648. Epub 2012 Jul 27.
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  61. Kaveri S.V., Silvermann G.J., Bayry J. (2012). Natural IgM in Immune Equilibrium and Harnessing Their Therapeutic Potential. J Immunol 188: 939-945.
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  62. Lamoth L., Cruciani M., Mengoli C, Castagnola E., Lortholary O., Richardson M., Marchetti O. (2012), on behalf of the Third European Conference on Infections in Leukemia (ECIL-3). Beta-Glucan Antigenemia for the Diagnosis of Invasive Fungal Infections in Patients with Hematological Malignancies: a Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Cohort Studies from the Third European Conference on Infections in Leukemia (ECIL-3). Clinical Infectious Diseases, 54 (5): 633-43.
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  63. Lee K.K., MacCallum D.M., Jacobsen M.D., Walker L.A., Odds F.C., Gow N.A.R., and Munro C.A. (2012). Elevated cell wall chitin in Candida albicans confers echinocandin resistance in vivo. Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy. 56: 208–217.
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  64. Lewis L.E., Bain J.M., Lowes C., Gillespie C., Rudkin F., Gow N.A.R., Erwig L.P. (2012). Stage specific assessment of Candida albicans phagocytosis by macrophages identifiescell wall composition and morphogenesis as key determinants. PLoS Pathogens 8(3): e1002578.
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  65. Lewis L.E., Bain J.M., Lowe C., Gow NAR., Erwig L.P. (2012). Candida albicans infection inhibits macrophage cell division and proliferation. Fungal Genet Biol. 49(9):679-80.
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  66. Lewis, L.E., Bain, J.M., Okai, B., Gow, N.A.R., Erwig, L-P. (2013). Live cell video microscopy of fungal pathogen phagocytosis. Journal of Visualised Experiments. 71.
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  67. Maddur M.S., Vani J., Hegde P., Lacroix-Desmazes S., Kaveri S. and  Bayry J. (2011). Inhibition of differentiation, amplification, and function of human TH17 cells by intravenous immunoglobulin. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 127:823-830.
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  68. Maddur M.S., Kaveri S.V. and  Bayry J. (2011). Comparison of different IVIg preparations on IL-17 production by human Th17 cells. Autoimmun Rev. 10:809-810.
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  69. Maddur M.S., Kaveri S.V. and Bayry J. (2012). Regulation of human dendritic cells by B cells depends on the signals they receive. Blood 119: 3863-3864.
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  70. Maddur M.S., Miossec P., Kaveri S.V. and Bayry J. (2012).  Th17 cells: biology, pathogenesis of autoimmune and inflammatory diseases and therapeutic strategies. Am J Pathol. 181:8-18.
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  71. Maddur M.S., Sharma M., Hegde P., Lacroix-Desmazes S., Kaveri S.V., Bayry J. (2012). Inhibitory effect of IVIG on IL-17 production by Th17 cells does not implicate anti-IL-17 antibodies in the immunoglobulin preparations. J Clin Immunol. 33, 62-66.
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  72. Maddur M.S., Hegde P., Sharma M., Kaveri S.V. and Bayry J. (2012). B cells are resistant to immunomodulation by 'IVIg-educated' dendritic cells. Autoimmun Rev. 11:154-156.
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  73. Maddur M.S., Kaveri S.V. and Bayry J. (2013). Dual role of CpG-stimulated B cells in the regulation of dendritic cells: comment on the article by Berggren et al. Arthritis Rheum. 65: 2215-2216.
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  74. Maddur M.S., Sharma M., Hegde P., Stephen-Victor E., Pulendran B., Kaveri S.V. and Bayry J. (2014). Human B cells induce dendritic cell maturation and favor Th2 polarization by inducing OX-40 ligand. Nature Commun. Jun 9;5:4092.
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  75. Marakalala M.J., Vautier S., Potrykus J., Walker L.A., Shepardson K.M., Hopke A., Mora-Montes H., Kerrigan A., Netea M.G., Murray G.I., MacCallum D.M., Wheeler R., Munro C.A., Gow N.A.R., Cramer R.A., Brown A.J.P. and Brown G.D. (2013). Differential adaptation of Candida albicans in vivo modulates immune recognition by Dectin-1. PLoS Pathogens 9(4): e1003315.
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  76. Mille C., Fradin C., Delplace F., Trinel P.A., Masset A., François N., Coddeville B., Bobrowicz P., Jouault T., Guerardel Y., Wildt S., Janbon G., Poulain D. (2012). Members 5 and 6 of the Candida albicans BMT family encode enzymes acting specifically on beta-mannosylation of the phospholipomannan cell wall glycosphingolipid. Glycobiology 22(10): 1332-42.
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  77. Mora-Montes H.M., Netea M.G.,  Ferwerda G., Lenardon M.D., Brown G.D., Mistry A.R., Kullberg B-J, O'Callaghan C.A., Sheth C.C., Odds F.C., Brown A.J.P., Munro C.A. and Gow N.A.R. (2011). Recognition and blocking of innate immunity cellsby Candida albicans chitin.  Infection and Immunity 79: 1961-1970.
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  78. Murciano C., Moyes D.L., Runglall M., Islam A., Mille C., Fradin C., Poulain D., Gow N.A.R. and Naglik J.R. (2011).  Candida albicans cell wall glycosylation may be indirectly required for activation of epithelial cell proinflammatory responses. Infection and Immunity 79: 4902-4911.
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  79. Navarrete A.M., Delignat S., Kaveri S.V., Lacroix-Desmazes and  Bayry J. (2011). CD4+CD25+ regulatory T cell-mediated changes in the expression of endocytic receptors and endocytosis process of human dendritic cells. Vaccine 29: 2649-2652.
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  80. Netea M.G. and Gow N.A.R. (2012). Innate immunity to Candida infections. In Candida and Candidiasis. pp 155-170. R.A. Calderone, and J.C. Clancy, (eds), Washington, ASM Press.
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  81. Othy S., Bruneval P., Topçu S., Dugail I., Delers F., Lacroix-Desmazes, Bayry J. and Kaveri S.V. (co last authors) (2012). Effect of IVIg on human dendritic cell-mediated antigen uptake and presentation: role of lipid accumulation J. Autoimmun 39(3):168-72.
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  82. Othy S., Topçu S., Kaveri S.V. and Bayry J. (2012). Effect of CC chemokine receptor 4 antagonism on the evolution of experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis. Proc Natl Acad Sci. USA. 109:E2412-E2413.
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  83. Pashov A., Delignat .S, Bayry J. and Kaveri S.V. (2011). Enhancement of the affinity of glucocorticoid receptors as a mechanism underlying the steroid-sparing effect of intravenous immunoglobulin. J Rheumatol. 38:2275.
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  84. Pere H., Montier Y. (co-first authors), Bayry J., Quintin-Colonna F., Merillon N., Dransart E., Badoual C., Gey A., Ravel P., Marcheteau E., Batteux F., Sandoval F., Adotevi O., Chiu C., Garcia S., Tanchot C., Lone Y.C., Ferreira L.C.S., Nelson B.H., Hanahan D., Fridman W.H., Johannes L., Tartour E. (2011). A CCR4 antagonist combined with vaccines induce antigen-specific CD8+ T cells and tumor immunity against self antigens. Blood 118: 4853-4862.
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  85. Poissy J., Sendid B., Damiens S., Ishibashi K.I., François N., Kauv M., Favory R., Mathieu D., Poulain D. (2014) Presence of Candida cell wall derived polysaccharides in the sera of ICU patients: relation with candidaemia and Candida colonisation. Critical Care. Jun 29;18(3):R135.
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  86. Rhyner C., Daigle I., Crameri R. (2011). Auto-reactive IgE responses to acidic ribosomal P2 protein in systemic lupus erythematosus. Allergy 66: 1127-1129.
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  87. Rhyner C., Zeller S., Johansson C., Scheynius A., Crameri R. (2011): The IgE-binding self-antigens tubulin-α and HLA-DR-α are overexpressed in lesional skin of atopic eczema patients. J. Clin. Cell. Immunol. 2: 109.
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  88. Romani L. (2011) Immunity to fungal infections. Nat Rev Immunol. 11:275-88. Review.
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  89. Romani L., Bellanti J.A. (2012). Mechanisms of Fungal Immunity. In "Immunology IV. Clinical applications in Health and Disease. Ed Bellanti J. I Care Press, Washington DC, pages 493-515.
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  90. Romani L. (2012). Immunology of Invasive Candidiasis. In “Candida and Candidiasis, 2nd Edition”. Eds Calderone RA, Clancy CJ. ASM Press, Washington DC, pages 127-136.
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  91. Romani L., Moretti S., Fallarino F., Bozza S., Ruggeri L., Casagrande A., Aversa F., Bistoni F., Velardi A., Garaci E. (2012) Jack of all trades: thymosin α1 and its pleiotropy. Ann N Y Acad Sci. 1269:1.
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  92. Rubino I., Coste A., Roger T., Le Roy D., Jaton K., Boeckh M., Monod M., Latgé J.P., Calandra T. and Bochud P.Y. (2012). Species-specific recognition of Aspergillus fumigatus by Toll-like receptor 1 and Toll-like receptor 6. Journal of Infectious Diseases 205: 944-954.
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