Publications by: Kirsten J. L. Hammond

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Berzins, Stuart P., Kyparissoudis, Kon, Pellicci, Daniel G., Hammond, Kristen J., Sidobre, Stephane, Baxter, Alan, Smyth, Mark J., Kronenberg, Mitchell, and Godfrey, Dale I. (2004) Systemic NKT cell deficiency in NOD mice is not detected in peripheral blood: implications for human studies. Immunology and Cell Biology, 82 (3). pp. 247-252.

Pellicci, Daniel G., Hammond, Kirsten J. L., Uldrich, Adam P., Baxter, Alan G., Smyth, Mark J., and Godfrey, Dale I. (2002) A natural killer T (NKT) cell developmental pathway involving a thymus dependent, NK1.1-CD4+ CD1d-dependent precursor stage. The Journal of Experimental Medicine, 195 (7). pp. 835-844.

Hammond, Kirsten J. L., Pellicci, Daniel G., Poulton, Lynn D., Naidenko, Olga V., Scalzo, Anthony A., Baxter, Alan G., and Godfrey, Dale I. (2001) CD1d-restricted NKT cells: an interstrain comparison. Journal of Immunology, 167. pp. 1164-1173.

Godfrey, Dale I., Hammond, Kirsten J. L., Poulton, Lynn D., Smyth, Mark J. , and Baxter, Alan G. (2000) NKT cell facts, functions and fallacies. Immunology Today, 21 (11). pp. 573-583.

Hammond, Kirsten J. L., Pelikan, Sonja B., Crowe, Nadine Y., Randle-Barrett, Elise, Nakayama, Toshinori, Taniguchi, Masaru, Smyth, Mark J., van Driel, Ian R., Scollay, Roland, Baxter, Alan G., and Godfrey, Dale I. (1999) NKT cells are phenotypically and functionally diverse. European Journal of Immunology, 29 (11). pp. 3768-3781.

Hammond, Kirsten J.L., Poulton, Lynn D., Palmisano, Linda J., Silveira, Pablo A., Godfrey, Dale I., and Baxter, Alan G. (1998) αβTCR+ CD4-CD8- (NKT) Thymocytes Prevent Insulin Dependent Diabetes Mellitus in NOD/Lt Mice by the Influence of IL4 and/or IL-10. The Journal of Experimental Medicine, 187 (7). pp. 1047-1056.

Baxter, Alan G., Kinder, Simon J., Hammond, Kirsten J.L., Scollay, Roland, and Godfrey, Dale I. (1997) Association between αβTcR+CD4-CD8- T-cell deficiency and IDDM in NOD/Lt mice. Diabetes, 46 (4). pp. 572-582.

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