Publications by: Julia K. Archbold

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Burrows, Scott R., Chen, Zhenjun, Archbold, Julia K., Tynan, Fleur E., Beddoe, Travis, Kjer-Nielsen, Lars, Miles, John J., Khanna, Rajiv, Moss, Denis J., Liu, Yu Chih, Gras, Stephanie, Kostenko, Lyudmila, Brennan, Rebekah M., Clements, Craig S., Brooks, Andrew G., Purcell, Anthony W., McCluskey, James, and Rossjohn, Jamie (2010) Hard wiring of T cell receptor specificity for the major histocompatibility complex is underpinned by TCR adaptability. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 107 (23). pp. 10608-10613.

Archbold, Julia K., Macdonald, Whitney A., Gras, Stephanie, Ely, Lauren K., Miles, John J., Bell, Melissa J., Brennan, Rebekah M., Beddoe, Travis, Wilce, Matthew C.J., Clements, Craig S., Purcell, Anthony W., McCluskey, James, Burrows, Scott R., and Rossjohn, Jamie (2009) Natural micropolymorphism in human leukocyte antigens provides a basis for genetic control of antigen recognition. The Journal of Experimental Medicine, 206 (1). pp. 209-219.

Wynn, Katherine K., Fulton, Zara, Cooper, Leanne, Silins, Sharon L., Gras, Stephanie, Archbold, Julia K., Tynan, Fleur E., Miles, John J., McCluskey, James, Burrows, Scott R., Rossjohn, Jamie, and Khanna, Rajiv (2008) Impact of clonal competition for peptide-MHC complexes on the CD8⁺ T-cell repertoire selection in a persistent viral infection. Blood, 111 (8). pp. 4283-4292.

Burrows, Jacqueline M., Wynn, Katherine K., Tynan, Fleur E., Archbold, Julia, Miles, John J., Bell, Melissa J., Brennan, Rebekah M., Walker, Susan, McCluskey, James, Rossjohn, Jamie, Khanna, Rajiv, and Burrows, Scott R. (2007) The impact of HLA-B micropolymorphism outside primary peptide anchor pockets on the CTL response to CMV. European Journal of Immunology, 37 (4). pp. 946-953.

Archbold, Julia K., Macdonald, Whitney A., Miles, John J., Brennan, Rebekah M., Kjer-Nielsen, Lars, McCluskey, James, Burrows, Scott R., and Rossjohn, Jamie (2006) Alloreactivity between disparate cognate and allogeneic pMHC-I complexes is the result of highly focused, peptide-dependent structural mimicry. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 281 (45). pp. 34324-34332.

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