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    1. Shigenaga, T; Dannenberg, AM; Lowrie, DB; Said, W; Urist, MJ; Abbey, H; Schofield, BH; Mounts, P; Sugisaki, K
      Immune responses in tuberculosis: antibodies and CD4-CD8 lymphocytes with vascular adhesion molecules and cytokines (chemokines) cause a rapid antigen-specific cell infiltration at sites of bacillus Calmette-Guerin reinfection

      IMMUNOLOGY
    2. Lowrie, DB; Silva, CL
      Enhancement of immunocompetence in tuberculosis by DNA vaccination

      VACCINE
    3. Silva, CL; Lowrie, DB
      Identification and characterization of murine cytotoxic T cells that kill Mycobacterium tuberculosis

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    4. Tascon, RE; Ragno, S; Lowrie, DB; Colston, MJ
      Immunostimulatory bacterial DNA sequences activate dendritic cells and promote priming and differentiation of CD8(+) T cells

      IMMUNOLOGY
    5. Gregory, D; Tascon, RE; Lowrie, DB
      Repeated use of Qiagen columns in large-scale preparation of plasmid DNA

      DNA VACCINES
    6. Lowrie, DB; Tascon, RE; Bonato, VLD; Lima, VMF; Faccioli, LH; Stavropoulos, E; Colston, MJ; Hewinson, RG; Moelling, K; Silva, CL
      Therapy of tuberculosis in mice by DNA vaccination

      NATURE
    7. LOWRIE DB
      DNA VACCINATION EXPLOITS NORMAL BIOLOGY

      Nature medicine
    8. BONATO VLD; LIMA VMF; TASCON RE; LOWRIE DB; SILVA CL
      IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF PROTECTIVE T-CELLS IN HSP65 DNA-VACCINATED AND MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS-INFECTED MICE

      Infection and immunity
    9. LOWRIE DB; SILVA CL; TASCON RE
      PROGRESS TOWARDS A NEW TUBERCULOSIS VACCINE

      Biodrugs
    10. LUKACS KV; NAKAKES A; ATKINS CJ; LOWRIE DB; COLSTON MJ
      IN-VIVO GENE-THERAPY OF MALIGNANT-TUMORS WITH HEAT-SHOCK PROTEIN-65 GENE

      Gene therapy
    11. LOWRIE DB; SILVA CL; TASCON RE
      DNA VACCINES AGAINST TUBERCULOSIS

      Immunology and cell biology
    12. LOWRIE DB; SILVA CL; TASCON RE
      GENETIC VACCINATION AGAINST TUBERCULOSIS

      Perspectives in mathematical logic
    13. LOWRIE DB; SILVA CL; COLSTON MJ; RAGNO S; TASCON RE
      PROTECTION AGAINST TUBERCULOSIS BY A PLASMID DNA VACCINE

      Vaccine
    14. RAGNO S; COLSTON MJ; LOWRIE DB; WINROW VR; BLAKE DR; TASCON R
      PROTECTION OF RATS FROM ADJUVANT ARTHRITIS BY IMMUNIZATION WITH NAKEDDNA ENCODING FOR MYCOBACTERIAL HEAT-SHOCK PROTEIN-65

      Arthritis and rheumatism
    15. TASCON RE; COLSTON MJ; RAGNO S; STAVROPOULOS E; GREGORY D; LOWRIE DB
      VACCINATION AGAINST TUBERCULOSIS BY DNA INJECTION

      Nature medicine
    16. SILVA CL; SILVA MF; PIETRO RCLR; LOWRIE DB
      CHARACTERIZATION OF T-CELLS THAT CONFER A HIGH-DEGREE OF PROTECTIVE IMMUNITY AGAINST TUBERCULOSIS IN MICE AFTER VACCINATION WITH TUMOR-CELLS EXPRESSING MYCOBACTERIAL HSP65

      Infection and immunity
    17. LOWRIE DB; TASCON RE; SILVA CL
      VACCINATION AGAINST TUBERCULOSIS

      International archives of allergy and immunology
    18. DAS S; PARAMASIVAN CN; LOWRIE DB; PRABHAKAR R; NARAYANAN PR
      IS6110 RESTRICTION-FRAGMENT-LENGTH-POLYMORPHISM TYPING OF CLINICAL ISOLATES OF MYCOBACTERIUM-TUBERCULOSIS FROM PATIENTS WITH PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS IN MADRAS, SOUTH-INDIA

      Tubercle and lung disease
    19. WARWICKDAVIES J; LOWRIE DB; COLE PJ
      SELECTIVE DEACTIVATION OF HUMAN MONOCYTE FUNCTIONS BY TGF-BETA

      The Journal of immunology
    20. WARWICKDAVIES J; LOWRIE DB; COLE PJ
      GROWTH-HORMONE IS A HUMAN MACROPHAGE ACTIVATING FACTOR - PRIMING OF HUMAN MONOCYTES FOR ENHANCED RELEASE OF H2O2

      The Journal of immunology
    21. WARWICKDAVIES J; LOWRIE DB; COLE PJ
      GROWTH-HORMONE ACTIVATION OF HUMAN MONOCYTES FOR SUPEROXIDE PRODUCTION BUT NOT TUMOR-NECROSIS-FACTOR PRODUCTION, CELL ADHERENCE, OR ACTION AGAINST MYCOBACTERIUM-TUBERCULOSIS

      Infection and immunity
    22. SILVA CL; PIETRO RLR; JANUARIO A; BONATO VLD; LIMA VMF; DASILVA MF; LOWRIE DB
      PROTECTION AGAINST TUBERCULOSIS BY BONE-MARROW CELLS EXPRESSING MYCOBACTERIAL HSP65

      Immunology
    23. LOWRIE DB; TASCON RE; COLSTON MJ; SILVA CL
      TOWARDS A DNA VACCINE AGAINST TUBERCULOSIS

      Vaccine
    24. OBRIEN L; CARMICHAEL J; LOWRIE DB; ANDREW PW
      STRAINS OF MYCOBACTERIUM-TUBERCULOSIS DIFFER IN SUSCEPTIBILITY TO REACTIVE NITROGEN INTERMEDIATES IN-VITRO

      Infection and immunity
    25. SILVA CL; SILVA MF; PIETRO RCLR; LOWRIE DB
      PROTECTION AGAINST TUBERCULOSIS BY PASSIVE TRANSFER WITH T-CELL CLONES RECOGNIZING MYCOBACTERIAL HEAT-SHOCK PROTEIN-65

      Immunology
    26. SILVA CL; LOWRIE DB
      A SINGLE MYCOBACTERIAL PROTEIN (HSP-65) EXPRESSED BY A TRANSGENIC ANTIGEN-PRESENTING CELL VACCINATES MICE AGAINST TUBERCULOSIS

      Immunology
    27. WARWICKDAVIES J; DHILLON J; OBRIEN L; ANDREW PW; LOWRIE DB
      APPARENT KILLING OF MYCOBACTERIUM-TUBERCULOSIS BY CYTOKINE-ACTIVATED HUMAN MONOCYTES CAN BE AN ARTIFACT OF A CYTOTOXIC EFFECT ON THE MONOCYTES

      Clinical and experimental immunology
    28. DAS S; CHAN SL; ALLEN BW; MITCHISON DA; LOWRIE DB
      APPLICATION OF DNA-FINGERPRINTING WITH IS986 TO SEQUENTIAL MYCOBACTERIAL ISOLATES OBTAINED FROM PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS PATIENTS IN HONG-KONG (VOL 74, PG 47, 1993)

      Tubercle and lung disease
    29. LUKACS K; LOWRIE DB; STOKES RW; COLSTON MJ
      TUMOR-CELLS TRANSFECTED WITH A BACTERIAL HEAT-SHOCK GENE LOSE TUMORIGENICITY AND INDUCE PROTECTION AGAINST TUMORS

      The Journal of immunology
    30. LUKACS KV; LOWRIE DB; STOKES RW; COLSTON MJ
      TUMOR-CELLS TRANSFECTED WITH A BACTERIAL HEAT-SHOCK GENE LOSE TUMORIGENICITY AND INDUCE PROTECTION AGAINST TUMORS

      The Journal of experimental medicine
    31. CHENG SH; WALKER KB; LOWRIE DB; MITCHISON DA; SWAMY R; DATTA M; PRABHAKAR R
      MONOCYTE ANTIMYCOBACTERIAL ACTIVITY BEFORE AND AFTER MYCOBACTERIUM-BOVIS BCG VACCINATION IN CHINGLEPUT, INDIA, AND LONDON, UNITED-KINGDOM

      Infection and immunity


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