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  1. An overview on avian influenza
  2. Review ARTICLE
  3. Review ARTICLE
  4. Influenza Vaccine

Analysis of cell surface receptors. Progress in Immunology, 3; Cytotoxic T cells in the lungs of mice infected with an influenza A virus.

An overview on avian influenza

Braciale, T. Functional and structural considerations in the recognition of virus-infected cells by cytotoxic T lymphocytes. In: Cont. The recovery of mice from influenza virus infection: Adoptive transfer of immunity with immune T lymphocytes. Blanden, R.

Review ARTICLE

A dual recognition model for cytotoxic T cells based on thymic selection of precursors with low affinity for self H-2 antigens. Transfer of specific cytotoxic T lymphocytes protects mice inoculated with influenza virus. The recovery of mice from influenza A virus infection: adoptive transfer of immunity with influenza virus-specific cytotoxic T lymphocytes recognising a common virion antigen.

Are cytotoxic T cells a common homeostatic mechanism in response to viruses, homografts and tumors? Blood Cells. Ada, G,. The measurement of haemagglutinin and matrix protein present on the surface of influenza virus infected P mastocytoma cells. Role of T cell function in recovery from murine influenza infection. The production and role of cytotoxic T cells in influenza virus infection in mice; do the same rules apply in the response to any foreign antigen? The effect of specific antibody on the generation of cytotoxic T lymphocytes and the recovery of mice from influenza virus infection.

Genetic engineering research: evaluation and containment of potential risks.


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In: Scientific Advances and Community Risk. White, Australian Academy of Science, Canberra. Leung, K-N, Ada, G. Specificity, Ly phenotype and H-2 compatibility requirements of effector cells in delayed-type hypersensitivity responses to murine influenza virus infection. Leung, K-N. Production of DTH in the mouse to influenza virus: a comparison with conditions for stimulation of cytotoxic T cells. Cells mediating delayed-type hypersensitivity in the lungs of mice infected with an influenza A virus.

Generation of influenza virus-specific delayed-type hypersensitivity T cells in vitro. Secondary effector cells. Leung, K-N, Ashman, R. The selective suppression of the cytotoxic T cell response to influenza virus in mice.

Review ARTICLE

Leung, K. Two T cell populations mediate delayed- type hypersensitivity to murine influenza virus infection. The effect of helper T cells on the primary in vitro production of delayed-type hypersensitivity to influenza virus. Ertl, H. Roles of influenza virus activity and glycosylation of viral antigen for recognition of target cells by cytolytic T lymphocytes.

Immunobiology, ; International science and the Australian scientist. Foreign Affairs Bulletin. The inductive requirements for the primary in vitro generation of delayed-type hypersensitivity response to influenza virus in mice. Immunology, 44; 17 - An analysis of effector T cell generation and function in mice exposed to influenza A or Sendai viruses. Controlling influenza epidemics. Live virus vaccines offer the best prospect.

Influenza Vaccine

Today, 2; Recombinant DNA Technology - is it safe? What can it achieve? Current Affairs Bull. Induction of natural killer cells during murine influenza virus infection.

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Different functions and pathological effects of subsets of effector T cells in murine influenza virus infection. In vivo collaboration between precursor T cells and helper T cells in the development of delayed-type hypersensitivity reactions to influenza virus in mice. Medical applications of recombinant DNA technology. Gazette, ; Mak, N. The generation of 'cytotoxic' macrophages in mice during infection with influenza A or Sendai virus. The humoral and cellular response of mice to infection with a cold-adapted influenza A virus variant.

Vaccines for the future? Host factors important in immune surveillance against tumours. In: Host Factors in Human Carcinogenesis. Bartsch and B. Mak, N-K, Schiltknecht, E. Protection of mice against influenza virus infection: enhancement of non-specific cellular responses by Corynebacterium parvum. The regulation of influenza virus infection. The newer approaches to vaccines. In: "New Approaches to Vaccine Development. The sensitisation of mice with a wild-type and cold-adapted variant of influenza A virus. Secondary cytotoxic T cell responses.

Immunology, 51; Mullbacher, A. Allo-reactive cytotoxic T lymphocytes lyse syngeneic influenza virus-infected tumour cell targets.


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The aquisition of anti-influenza virus activity by macrophages. Vaccination against influenza viruses. In: New Approaches to Vaccine Development. Bell and G. Schwabe and Co. Schiltknecht, E. Macrophage pro- coagulant-inducing activity of influenza-virus specific effector T cells. Tao, San-ju. Sensitisation of mice with wild- type and cold-adapted influenza virus variants: immune response to two H1N1 and H3N2 viruses. The generation of effector T cells in influenza A virus-infected, cyclosporin A-treated mice.

Influenza virus-specific T cells fail to reduce lung virus titres in cyclosporin-treated, infected mice. In vivo effects of cyclosporin on influenza virus -infected mice. Are peptides good antigens? Ada, G, L. Prospects for developing vaccines to control fertility. Recognition of antigen by T cells. In: "Progress towards Better Vaccines. Oxford University Press, Oxford. Antigen presentation and enhancement of immunity.

In: "Modern Approaches to Vaccines. Brown, R. Chanock and R. The immune response to influenza virus infection. In: "Options for the Control of Influenza. Kendall and P. Liss, New York.