Diana Hansen-Publications

Diana Hansen-Publications

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Selected publications

  1. Chiu CY, White MT, Healer J, Thompson JK, Siba PM, Mueller I, Cowman AF, Hansen DS. Different regions of Plasmodium falciparum Erythrocyte binding antigen-175 induce antibody responses to infection of varied efficacy, J Infec Dis 2016, 214(1): 96-104. PMID: 27020092.
  2. Ryg-Cornejo V, Ioannidis LJ, Ly A, Chiu CY, Tellier J, Hill DL, Preston SP, Pellegrini M, Yu D, Nutt SL, Kallies A, Hansen DS. Severe malaria infections impair germinal centre reactions and inhibiting T follicular helper cell differentiation, Cell Rep 2016, 14(1): 68-81. PMID: 26725120
  3. Ioannidis LJ, Ly A, Chiu CY, Ryg-Cornejo V, Nie CQ, Hansen DS. Monocyte and neutrophil-derived CXCL10 impairs efficient control of blood stage malaria infection and promotes severe disease, J Immunol 2016, 196 (3): 1227-1238. PubMed: 26718341.
  4. Chiu CY, Lin CS, Hodder AN, Li Wai Suen CS, Siba PM, Schofield L, Mueller I, Cowman AF, Hansen DS. Antibodies to the Plasmodium falciparum MSPDBL1 and MSPDBL2 proteins opsonise merozoites, inhibit parasite growth and predict protection from clinical malaria, J Infec Dis 2015, 212(3): 406-15. PMID: 25646353.
  5. Ryg-Cornejo V, Nie CQ, Bernard NJ, Lundie RJ, Evans KJ, Crabb BS, Schofield L, Hansen DS. NK cells and conventional dendritic cells engage in reciprocal activation for the induction of inflammatory responses during Plasmodium berghei ANKA infection. Immunobiology. 2013, 218(2): 263-71. PMID: 22704523
  6. Hansen DS. Inflammatory responses associated with the development of cerebral malaria: lessons from experimental murine models. PLoS Pathog, 2012, 8(12): e1003045. PMID: 23300435.
  7. Nie CQ, Bernard NJ, Norman MU, Amante FH, Lundie RJ, Crabb BS, Heath WR, Engwerda CR, Hickey MJ, Schofield L, Hansen DS. IP-10-mediated T cell homing promotes cerebral inflammation over splenic immunity to malaria infection. PLoS Pathog. 2009, 5(4): e1000369. PMID: 19343215
  8. Hansen DS, Bernard NJ, Nie CQ, Schofield L. NK cells stimulate recruitment of CXCR3+ T cells to the brain during Plasmodium berghei-mediated cerebral malaria. J Immunol. 2007, 178(9): 5779-88. PMID: 17442962
  9. Nie CQ, Bernard NJ, Schofield L, Hansen DS. CD4+ CD25+ regulatory T cells suppress CD4+ T-cell function and inhibit the development of Plasmodium berghei-specific TH1 responses involved in cerebral malaria pathogenesis. Infect Immun. 2007, 75(5): 2275-82. PMID: 17325053
  10. Hansen DS, Siomos MA, Buckingham L, Scalzo AA, Schofield L. Regulation of murine cerebral malaria pathogenesis by CD1d-restricted NKT cells and the natural killer complex. Immunity. 2003, 18(3): 391-402. PMID: 12648456.

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