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UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS AMHERST
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Notch functions from the cytoplasm to the nucleus during T cell activation
Characterizations of B lymphocyte responses during infection with African trypanosomes
The role of Notch in regulation of G1-S progression of cell cycle in T cells
Functional analysis of the salivary protein, Salp15
Signaling pathway cross-talk upstream of regulatory T cell differentiation
Notch1 modulation of lymphoid target genes
The roles of Notch1 and PKC-Theta in immune mediated bone marrow failure
Characterization of bovine gammadelta T cell WC1 coreceptors: Sequence, expression, and function
Molecular mechanisms regulating complement receptor 3-mediated phagocytosis of Borrelia burgdorferi
Evidence of an infectious asthma phenotype: Chlamydia a driven allergy and airway hyperresponsiveness in pediatric asthma
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