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    1. Li, PW; Morris, DL; Willcox, BE; Steinle, A; Spies, T; Strong, RK
      Complex structure of the activating immunoreceptor NKG2D and its MHC classI-like ligand MICA

      NATURE IMMUNOLOGY
    2. Groh, V; Rhinehart, R; Randolph-Habecker, J; Topp, MS; Riddell, SR; Spies, T
      Costimulation of CD8 alpha beta T cells by NKG2D via engagement by MIC induced on virus-infected cells

      NATURE IMMUNOLOGY
    3. Das, H; Groh, V; Kuijl, C; Sugita, M; Morita, CT; Spies, T; Bukowski, JF
      MICA engagement by human V gamma 2V delta 2 T cells enhances their antigen-dependent effector function

      IMMUNITY
    4. Haynes, R; Quigley, T; Spies, T; Clifford, J
      The Science Basis for Ecosystem Management in the Interior Columbia River Basin - Preface

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    5. Steinle, A; Li, PW; Morris, DL; Groh, V; Lanier, LL; Strong, RK; Spies, T
      Interactions of human NKG2D with its ligands MICA, MICB, and homologs of the mouse RAE-1 protein family

      IMMUNOGENETICS
    6. Uhl, W; Hahn, I; Jantschak, A; Spies, T
      Synthesis and structure of an alkylgallium bridged [1,1]ferrocenophane

      JOURNAL OF ORGANOMETALLIC CHEMISTRY
    7. Roberts, AI; Lee, L; Schwarz, E; Groh, V; Spies, T; Ebert, EC; Jabri, B
      Cutting edge: NKG2D receptors induced by IL-15 costimulate CD28-negative effector CTL in the tissue microenvironment

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    8. Spies, T; Eisenblatter, J
      Acoustic emission investigation of microcrack generation at geological boundaries

      ENGINEERING GEOLOGY
    9. Grandea, AG; Golovina, TN; Hamilton, SE; Sriram, V; Spies, T; Brutkiewicz, RR; Harty, JT; Eisenlohr, LC; Van Kaer, L
      Impaired assembly yet normal trafficking of MHC class I molecules in tapasin mutant mice

      IMMUNITY
    10. Uhl, W; Spies, T; Haase, D; Winter, R; Kaim, W
      Synthesis of a large organometallic macrocycle comprising four Ga-Ga bondsand four bridging ferrocene dicarboxylato ligands

      ORGANOMETALLICS
    11. Li, ZH; Groh, V; Strong, RK; Spies, T
      A single amino acid substitution causes loss of expression of a MICA allele

      IMMUNOGENETICS
    12. Uhl, W; Cuypers, L; Schuler, K; Spies, T; Strohmann, C; Lehmen, K
      Bridging coordination of gallium-gallium bonds by chelating ligands limitations of the stability of digallium derivatives

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR ANORGANISCHE UND ALLGEMEINE CHEMIE
    13. Uhl, W; Spies, T
      Reactions of the dielement compounds R2E-ER2 [E = Ga, In; R = CH(SiMe3)(2)] with lithium phenylethynide - Formation of adducts by retention of the E-E bonds

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR ANORGANISCHE UND ALLGEMEINE CHEMIE
    14. Wu, J; Cherwinski, H; Spies, T; Phillips, JH; Lanier, LL
      DAP10 and DAP12 form distinct, but functionally cooperative, receptor complexes in natural killer cells

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE
    15. Li, PW; Willie, ST; Bauer, S; Morris, DL; Spies, T; Strong, RK
      Crystal structure of the MHC class I homolog MIC-A, a gamma delta T cell ligand

      IMMUNITY
    16. Uhl, W; Spies, T; Koch, R
      Di(mu-acetato)dialkyldigallium as starting compound for the facile syntheses of digallium derivatives containing bridged or terminally co-ordinated Ga-Ga single bonds

      JOURNAL OF THE CHEMICAL SOCIETY-DALTON TRANSACTIONS
    17. Greil, J; Spies, T; Boswald, M; Bechert, T; Lugauer, S; Regenfus, A; Guggenbichler, JP
      Analysis of the acute cytotoxicity of the Erlanger silver catheter

      INFECTION
    18. Uhl, W; Spies, T; Koch, R; Saak, W
      Synthesis of an aluminatacyclopropene derivative with an AlC2 heterocycle and an exocyclic AlR2 substituent: Evidence for a nonclassical bonding situation

      ORGANOMETALLICS
    19. Schoenhals, GJ; Krishna, RM; Grandea, AG; Spies, T; Peterson, PA; Yang, Y; Fruh, K
      Retention of empty MHC class I molecules by tapasin is essential to reconstitute antigen presentation in invertebrate cells

      EMBO JOURNAL
    20. Petersdorf, EW; Shuler, KB; Longton, GM; Spies, T; Hansen, JA
      Population study of allelic diversity in the human MHC class I-related MIC-A gene

      IMMUNOGENETICS
    21. Uhl, W; Spies, T; Saak, W
      Bridging and terminal coordination of Ga-Ga bonds by the chelating ligandsimidotetraphenyldiphosphinate and -dithiodiphosphinate

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR ANORGANISCHE UND ALLGEMEINE CHEMIE
    22. Bauer, S; Groh, V; Wu, J; Steinle, A; Phillips, JH; Lanier, LL; Spies, T
      Activation of NK cells and T cells by NKG2D, a receptor for stress-inducible MICA

      SCIENCE
    23. Wu, J; Song, YL; Bakker, ABH; Bauer, S; Spies, T; Lanier, LL; Phillips, JH
      An activating immunoreceptor complex formed by NKG2D and DAP10

      SCIENCE
    24. Beck, S; Geraghty, D; Inoko, H; Rowen, L; Aguado, B; Bahram, S; Campbell, RD; Forbes, SA; Guillaudeux, T; Hood, L; Horton, R; Janer, M; Jasoni, C; Madan, A; Milne, S; Neville, M; Oka, A; Qin, S; Ribas-Despuig, G; Rogers, J; Shiina, T; Spies, T; Tamiya, G; Tashiro, H; Trowsdale, J; Vu, Q; Williams, L; Yamazaki, M
      Complete sequence and gene map of a human major histocompatibility complex

      NATURE
    25. Groh, V; Rhinehart, R; Secrist, H; Bauer, S; Grabstein, KH; Spies, T
      Broad tumor-associated expression and recognition by tumor-derived gamma delta T cells of MICA and MICB

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    26. UHL W; GRAUPNER R; HAHN I; SPIES T; FRANK W
      THE REACTIONS OF R2GA-GAR2 AND R2IN-INR2 [R = CH(SIME3)(2)] WITH PROTIC REAGENTS - SUBSTITUENT EXCHANGE VERSUS CLEAVAGE OF THE ELEMENT-ELEMENT BOND

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    27. UHL W; SPIES T; SAAK W
      THE FORMATION OF MACROCYCLIC-COMPOUNDS CONTAINING 2 GA-GA BONDS BY THE REACTION OF TETRAALKYLDIGALLANE(4) R2GA-GAR2 [R = CH(SIME3)(2)] WITHDICARBOXYLIC-ACIDS

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    28. BAUER S; WILLIE ST; SPIES T; STRONG RK
      EXPRESSION, PURIFICATION, CRYSTALLIZATION AND CRYSTALLOGRAPHIC CHARACTERIZATION OF THE HUMAN MHC CLASS-I RELATED PROTEIN MICA

      Acta crystallographica. Section D, Biological crystallography
    29. LI LH; HUANG GM; BANTA AB; DENG Y; SMITH T; DONG P; FRIEDMAN C; CHEN L; TRASK BJ; SPIES T; ROWEN L; HOOD L
      CLONING, CHARACTERIZATION, AND THE COMPLETE 56.8-KILOBASE DNA-SEQUENCE OF THE HUMAN NOTCH4 GENE

      Genomics (San Diego, Calif.)
    30. GRANDEA AG; COMBER PG; WENDERFER SE; SCHOENHALS G; FRUH K; MONACO JJ; SPIES T
      SEQUENCE, LINKAGE TO H2-K, AND FUNCTION OF MOUSE TAPASIN IN MHC CLASS-I ASSEMBLY

      Immunogenetics (New York)
    31. GROH V; STEINLE A; BAUER S; SPIES T
      RECOGNITION OF STRESS-INDUCED MHC MOLECULES BY INTESTINAL EPITHELIAL GAMMA-DELTA T-CELLS

      Science
    32. STEINLE A; GROH V; SPIES T
      DIVERSIFICATION, EXPRESSION, AND GAMMA-DELTA T-CELL RECOGNITION OF EVOLUTIONARILY DISTANT MEMBERS OF THE MIC FAMILY OF MAJOR HISTOCOMPATIBILITY COMPLEX CLASS I-RELATED MOLECULES

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    33. GUILLAUDEUX T; JANER M; WONG GKS; SPIES T; GERAGHTY DE
      THE COMPLETE GENOMIC SEQUENCE OF 424,015 BP AT THE CENTROMERIC END OFTHE HLA CLASS-I REGION - GENE CONTENT AND POLYMORPHISM

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    34. GRANDEA AG; LEHNER PJ; CRESSWELL P; SPIES T
      REGULATION OF MHC CLASS-I HETERODIMER STABILITY AND INTERACTION WITH TAP BY TAPASIN

      Immunogenetics
    35. ORTMANN B; COPEMAN J; LEHNER PJ; SADASIVAN B; HERBERG JA; GRANDEA AG; RIDDELL SR; TAMPE R; SPIES T; TROWSDALE J; CRESSWELL P
      A CRITICAL ROLE FOR TAPASIN IN THE ASSEMBLY AND FUNCTION OF MULTIMERIC MHC CLASS I-TAP COMPLEXES

      Science
    36. SADASIVAN B; LEHNER PJ; ORTMANN B; SPIES T; CRESSWELL P
      ROLES FOR CALRETICULIN AND A NOVEL GLYCOPROTEIN, TAPASIN, IN THE INTERACTION OF MHC CLASS-I MOLECULES WITH TAP

      Immunity
    37. BAHRAM S; SPIES T
      THE MIC GENE FAMILY

      Research in immunology
    38. FODIL N; LALOUX L; WANNER V; PELLET P; HAUPTMANN G; MIZUKI N; INOKO H; SPIES T; THEODOROU I; BAHRAM S
      ALLELIC REPERTOIRE OF THE HUMAN MHC CLASS-I MICA GENE

      Immunogenetics
    39. BAHRAM S; MIZUKI N; INOKO H; SPIES T
      NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE OF THE HUMAN MHC CLASS-I MICA GENE

      Immunogenetics
    40. BAHRAM S; SPIES T
      NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE OF A HUMAN MHC CLASS-I MICB CDNA

      Immunogenetics
    41. GROH V; BAHRAM S; BAUER S; HERMAN A; BEAUCHAMP M; SPIES T
      CELL STRESS-REGULATED HUMAN MAJOR HISTOCOMPATIBILITY COMPLEX CLASS-I GENE EXPRESSED IN GASTROINTESTINAL EPITHELIUM

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    42. SPIES T; STINNER B; GUERCIO M; ROTHMUND M
      INTERVENTIONAL ENDOSCOPY USING ARGON PLAS MA COAGULATION - EXPERIENCES IN GENERAL-SURGERY

      Langenbecks Archiv fur Chirurgie
    43. BOSWALD M; GIRISCH M; GREIL J; SPIES T; STEHR K; KRALL T; GUGGENBICHLER JP
      ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY AND BIOCOMPATIBILITY OF POLYURETHANE AND SILICONE CATHETERS CONTAINING LOW CONCENTRATIONS OF SILVER - A NEW PERSPECTIVE IN PREVENTION OF POLYMER-ASSOCIATED FOREIGN-BODY-INFECTIONS

      Zentralblatt fur Bakteriologie
    44. PEELMAN LJ; CHARDON P; NUNES M; RENARD C; GEFFROTIN C; VAIMAN M; VANZEVEREN A; COPPIETERS W; VANDEWEGHE A; BOUQUET Y; CHOY WW; STROMINGER JL; SPIES T
      THE BAT1 GENE IN THE MHC ENCODES AN EVOLUTIONARILY CONSERVED PUTATIVENUCLEAR-RNA HELICASE OF THE DEAD FAMILY

      Genomics
    45. GRANDEA AG; ANDROLEWICZ MJ; ATHWAL RS; GERAGHTY DE; SPIES T
      DEPENDENCE OF PEPTIDE BINDING BY MHC CLASS-I MOLECULES ON THEIR INTERACTION WITH TAP

      Science
    46. RUSS G; ESQUIVEL F; YEWDELL JW; CRESSWELL P; SPIES T; BENNICK JR
      ASSEMBLY, INTRACELLULAR-LOCALIZATION, AND NUCLEOTIDE-BINDING PROPERTIES OF THE HUMAN PEPTIDE TRANSPORTERS TAP1 AND TAP2 EXPRESSED BY RECOMBINANT VACCINIA VIRUSES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    47. WILSON L; SPIES T; VANDENELSEN PJ
      CELLULAR IMMUNE RECOGNITION OF HLA-A-ASTERISK-0201 FOLLOWING GENE-TRANSFER INTO A HUMAN EMBRYONAL CARCINOMA CELL-LINE

      Human immunology
    48. GASSER DL; STERNBERG NL; PIERCE JC; GOLDNERSAUVE A; FENG H; HAQ AK; SPIES T; HUNT C; BUETOW KH; CHAPLIN DD
      P1 AND COSMID CLONES DEFINE THE ORGANIZATION OF 280 KB OF THE MOUSE H-2-COMPLEX CONTAINING THE CPS-1 AND HSP70 LOCI

      Immunogenetics
    49. ANDROLEWICZ MJ; ORTMANN B; VANENDERT PM; SPIES T; CRESSWELL P
      CHARACTERISTICS OF PEPTIDE AND MAJOR HISTOCOMPATIBILITY COMPLEX CLASS-I BETA(2)-MICROGLOBULIN BINDING TO THE TRANSPORTERS ASSOCIATED WITH ANTIGEN-PROCESSING (TAP1 AND TAP2)

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    50. GACZYNSKA M; ROCK KL; SPIES T; GOLDBERG AL
      PEPTIDASE ACTIVITIES OF PROTEASOMES ARE DIFFERENTIALLY REGULATED BY THE MAJOR HISTOCOMPATIBILITY COMPLEX-ENCODED GENES FOR LMP2 AND LMP7

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    51. BAHRAM S; BRESNAHAN M; GERAGHTY DE; SPIES T
      A 2ND LINEAGE OF MAMMALIAN MAJOR HISTOCOMPATIBILITY COMPLEX CLASS-I GENES

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    52. YEWDELL J; LAPHAM C; BACIK I; SPIES T; BENNINK J
      MHC-ENCODED PROTEASOME SUBUNIT-LMP2 AND SUBUNIT-LMP7 ARE NOT REQUIREDFOR EFFICIENT ANTIGEN PRESENTATION

      The Journal of immunology
    53. YEWDELL JW; ESQUIVEL F; ARNOLD D; SPIES T; EISENLOHR LC; BENNINK JR
      PRESENTATION OF NUMEROUS VIRAL PEPTIDES TO MOUSE MAJOR HISTOCOMPATIBILITY COMPLEX (MHC) CLASS-I RESTRICTED T-LYMPHOCYTES IS MEDIATED BY THEHUMAN MHC-ENCODED TRANSPORTER OR BY A HYBRID MOUSE-HUMAN TRANSPORTER

      The Journal of experimental medicine
    54. PRAZNIK W; SPIES T
      FRUCTO-OLIGOSACCHARIDES FROM URGINEA-MARITIMA

      Carbohydrate research
    55. VANDENBROEK P; HUYGEN PLM; MENS LHM; ADMIRAAL RJC; SPIES T
      VESTIBULAR FUNCTION IN COCHLEAR IMPLANT PATIENTS

      Acta oto-laryngologica


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