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Dr Chris Lamb
Dr John Mansfield
Anna Long
Maria Price
Dr Graeme O'Boyle
et al.
aEß7 Integrin Identifies Subsets of Pro-Inflammatory Colonic CD4+ T Lymphocytes in Ulcerative Colitis2017
Dr Tarana Singh Dang
Dr Joe Willet
Helen Griffin
Dr Graeme O'Boyle
Dr Mario Abinun
et al.
Defective Leukocyte Adhesion and Chemotaxis Contributes to Combined Immunodeficiency in Humans with Autosomal Recessive MST1 Deficiency2016
Dr Tarana Singh Dang
Dr Joe Willet
Helen Griffin
Dr Graeme O'Boyle
Dr Mario Abinun
et al.
Erratum to: Defective Leukocyte Adhesion and Chemotaxis Contributes to Combined Immunodeficiency in Humans with Autosomal Recessive MST1 Deficiency (vol 36, pg 117, 2016)2016
Ashleigh McConnell
Dr Robert Ellis
Professor Ruth Plummer
Professor Penny Lovat
Dr Graeme O'Boyle
et al.
The prognostic significance and impact of the CXCR4/CXCR7/CXCL12 axis in primary cutaneous melanoma2016
Ashleigh McConnell
Dr Graeme O'Boyle
Professor Matthew Wright
Professor Penny Lovat
Targeting mitogen-activated protein kinase kinase to prevent CXCR4-CXCL12 chemotaxis in cutaneous melanoma2015
Ashleigh McConnell
Dr Robert Ellis
Dr Graeme O'Boyle
Professor Ruth Plummer
Dr Stamatina Verykiou
et al.
Prognostic significance of CXCR4 expression in cutaneous melanoma2014
Catriona Barker
Professor Simi Ali
Dr Graeme O'Boyle
Professor John Kirby
Transplantation and inflammation: implications for the modification of chemokine function2014
Dr Chris Lamb
Dr John Mansfield
Dr Graeme O'Boyle
Professor David Jones
Jennifer Kirby
et al.
Ulcerative colitis: The alpha E beta 7 integrin is associated with a high frequency of Th17, Th1 and Th17/Th1 CD4 lymphocytes2014
Dr Chris Lamb
Dr John Mansfield
Dr Graeme O'Boyle
Professor David Jones
Dr Michael Keir
et al.
Ulcerative Colitis: The Alpha-e-beta-7 Integrin Is Associated With A High Frequency Of Th17, Th1 And Th17/th1 Cd4 Lymphocytes2014
Dr Graeme O'Boyle
Professor Simi Ali
Professor John Kirby
Comment on "CXCL19 causes heterologous desensitization of CXCL12-mediated memory T cell activation"2013
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