Publications by: Claudia Cobos Caceres

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Cobos, Claudia, Bansal, Paramjit S., Wilson, David T., Jones, Linda, Zhao, Guangzu, Field, Matthew A., Eichenberger, Ramon M., Pickering, Darren A., Ryan, Rachael Y.M., Ratnatunga, Champa N., Miles, John J., Ruscher, Roland, Giacomin, Paul R., Navarro, Severine, Loukas, Alex, and Daly, Norelle L. (2022) Peptides derived from hookworm anti-inflammatory proteins suppress inducible colitis in mice and inflammatory cytokine production by human cells. Frontiers in Medicine, 9. 934852.

Buitrago, Geraldine, Pickering, Darren, Ruscher, Roland, Cobos Caceres, Claudia, Jones, Linda, Cooper, Martha, Van Waardenberg, Ashley, Ryan, Stephanie, Miles, Kim, Field, Matthew, Dredge, Keith, Daly, Norelle L., Giacomin, Paul R., and Loukas, Alex (2021) A netrin domain-containing protein secreted by the human hookworm Necator americanus protects against CD4 T cell transfer colitis. Translational Research, 232. pp. 88-102.

Cobos, Claudia, Bansal, Paramjit S., Jones, Linda, Wangchuk, Phurpa, Wilson, David, Loukas, Alex, and Daly, Norelle L. (2018) Engineering of an anti-inflammatory peptide based on the disulfide-rich linaclotide scaffold. Biomedicines, 6 (4). 97.

Cobos Caceres, Claudia (2018) Development of peptides as potential drug leads for the treatment of inflammatory bowel diseases. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Bansal, Paramjit S., Smout, Michael J., Wilson, David, Cobos Caceres, Claudia, Dastpeyman, Mohadeseh, Sotillo, Javier, Seifert, Julia, Brindley, Paul J., Loukas, Alex, and Daly, Norelle L. (2017) Development of a potent wound healing agent based on the liver fluke granulin structural fold. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, 60 (10). pp. 4258-4266.

Cobos Caceres, Claudia, Bansal, Paramjit S., Navarro, Severine, Wilson, David, Don, Laurianne, Giacomin, Paul, Loukas, Alex, and Daly, Norelle L. (2017) An engineered cyclic peptide alleviates symptoms of inflammation in a murine model of inflammatory bowel disease. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 292 (24). pp. 10288-10294.

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