Browsing publications by Professor Muzlifah Haniffa

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Professor Muzlifah Haniffa
Comparative genomics analysis of mononuclear phagocyte subsets confirms homology between lymphoid tissue-resident and dermal XCR1+ DCs in mouse and human and distinguishes them from Langerhans cells2016
Professor Philip Sloan
Professor Muzlifah Haniffa
Rosai-Dorfman disease: successful treatment with methotrexate2016
Dr Gary Reynolds
Dr Arthur Pratt
Dr David Coady
Dr Graham Raftery
Dr Alice Lorenzi
et al.
Synovial CD4+ T-cell-derived GM-CSF supports the differentiation of an inflammatory dendritic cell population in rheumatoid arthritis2016
Dr Gary Reynolds
Dr Paul Milne
Dr Venetia Bigley
Professor Matthew Collin
Professor John Isaacs
et al.
Use of the dendritic cell marker, B and T lymphocyte attenuator, to identify functionally distinct subsets of human CD1c+ dendritic cells2016
Dr Paul Milne
Dr Venetia Bigley
Dr Merry Gunawan
Professor Muzlifah Haniffa
Professor Matthew Collin
et al.
CD1c+ blood dendritic cells have Langerhans cell potential2015
Dr Gary Reynolds
Professor Muzlifah Haniffa
Human and mouse mononuclear phagocyte networks: a tale of two species?2015
Professor Muzlifah Haniffa
Dr Venetia Bigley
Professor Matthew Collin
Human mononuclear phagocyte system reunited2015
Professor Muzlifah Haniffa
Dr Merry Gunawan
Dr Laura Jardine
Human skin dendritic cells in health and disease2015
Dr Venetia Bigley
Dr Naomi McGovern
Dr Paul Milne
Dr Rachel Dickinson
Sarah Pagan
et al.
Langerin-expressing dendritic cells in human tissues are related to CD1c+ dendritic cells and distinct from Langerhans cells and CD141high XCR1+ dendritic cells2015
Dr Paul Milne
Professor Matthew Collin
Dr Venetia Bigley
Dr Christopher Bacon
Dr Naomi McGovern
et al.
Mapping the BRAFV600E Hematopoietic Clone of Adult Multi-System Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis2015
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