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1. A small molecule β2 integrin agonist improves chronic kidney allograft survival by reducing leukocyte recruitment and accompanying vasculopathy: Frontiers in Medicine, 28 Oct 2014

2. Continuous requirement for the TCR in regulatory T cell function: Nature Immunology (2014), VOLUME 15 NUMBER 11 NOVEMBER 2014, Pages 1070-1079

3. GPR18 is required for a normal CD8αα intestinal intraepithelial lymphocyte compartment:The Journal of Experimental Medicine (JEM) 、Published October 27, 2014

4. Hepatitis Virus Infection Affects DNA Methylation in Mice With Humanized Livers:Gastroenterology, Volume 146, Issue 2, February 2014, Pages 562-572

5. Oncolytic viral therapy with a combination of HF10, a herpes simplex virus type 1 variant and granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor for murine ovarian cancer :International Journal of Cancer, Volume 134, Issue 12, pages 2865-2877, 15 June 2014

6. Progression of Relapsing-Remitting Demyelinating Disease Does Not Require Increased TCR Affinity or Epitope Spread:The Journal of Immunology, November 1, 2014 vol. 193 no. 9 4429-4438

7. The RAG Recombinase Dictates Functional Heterogeneity and Cellular Fitness in Natural Killer Cells:CELL, Volume 159, Issue 1, 25 September 2014, Pages 94-107

8. Retroviral vectors for homologous recombination provide efficient cloning and expression in mammalian cells : Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, Volume 444, Issue 3, 14 February 2014, Pages 319-324

9. RNA viruses can hijack vertebrate microRNAs to suppress innate immunity:NATURE, 506, 245-248 (13 February 2014)

10. Skewed B cell differentiation affects lymphoid organogenesis but not T-cell mediated autoimmunity :Clinical & Experimental Immunology, Volume 176, Issue 1, pages 58-65, April 2014

11. T cell-specific inhibition of multiple apoptotic pathways blocks negative selection and causes autoimmunity:eLife, 03468 September 2, 2014

12. The transcription repressors Bach2 and Bach1 promote B cell development by repressing the myeloid program: Nature Immunology (2014), Published online 26 October 2014

13. TIM-4 Has Dual Function in the Induction and Effector Phases of Murine Arthritis:The Journal of Immunology, 2013 191:4562-4572

14. Toll-like Receptor and Inflammasome Signals Converge to Amplify the Innate Bactericidal Capacity of T Helper 1 Cells: Immunity, 40, 1-12, February 20, 2014

15. Transgenic Expression of Soluble Human CD5 Enhances Experimentally-Induced Autoimmune and Anti-Tumoral Immune Responses : PLOS ONE, January 2014 | Volume 9 | Issue 1 | e84895

16. Zinc finger protein Zfp335 is required for the formation of the naïve T cell compartment:eLife, 2014;3:e03549

17. Antigen-specific expansion and differentiation of natural killer cells by alloantigen stimulation:J Exp Med jem.20140798. Published November 3, 2014,

18. Batf3‐dependent CD103+ dendritic cells are major producers of IL‐12 that drive local Th1 immunity against Leishmania major infection in mice. Eur J Immunol. (2014) doi: 10.1002/eji.201444651

19. Comparison of Expression and Proliferative Effect of Pituitary Adenylate Cyclase-Activating Polypeptide (PACAP) and its Receptors on Human Astrocytoma Cell Lines J Mol Neurosci (2014)  Volume 54 -  Issues3, Pages 388-394

20. Cyclosporine A Regulates Pro-Inflammatory Cytokine Production in Ulcerative Colitis. Arch Immunol Ther Exp (Warsz).(2014) (online DOI 10.1007/s00005-014-0309-7)

21. Eosinophils control the resolution of inflammation and draining lymph node hypertrophy through the proresolvingmediators and CXCL13 pathway in mice. The FASEB Journal, (2014) 28 (9) , 4036-4043.

22. Flow cytometric evaluation of lymphocyte transformation test based on 5-ethynyl-2′deoxyuridine incorporation as a clinical alternative to tritiated thymidine uptake measurement:Journal of Immunological Methods Available online 28 October 2014

23. Linkage between Dendritic and T Cell Commitments in Human Circulating Hematopoietic Progenitors. The Journal of Immunology,(2014) 192(12), 5749-5760. 

24. Lonicera japonica alters antigen-stimulated T cell functions. International Journal of Herbal Medicine, (2014)2(1), 13-20.

25. Direct visualization of endogenous Salmonella-specific B cells reveals a marked delay in clonal expansion and germinal center development:European Journal of Immunology; Early View (Online Version of Record published before inclusion in an issue)

26. IL-10 exacerbates xenogeneic GVHD by inducing massive human T cell expansion:Clinical Immunology; Available online 15 November 2014

27. Immature Recent Thymic Emigrants Are Eliminated by Complement:J Immunol; published November 3, 2014,

28. Protection from tumor recurrence following adoptive immunotherapy varies with host conditioning regimen despite initial regression of autochthonous murine brain tumors: Cancer Immunology, Immunotherapy; published online 19 November 2014

29. Liu Z, Zhou H, Wang W, Ton W, Fu YX and Zhu M. 2014. A novel method for synthetic vaccine construction based on protein assembly. Sci Rep. 4: 7266. Fluorochrome conjugated anti-mouse antibodies, clones and format not specified (Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing)

30. Vo H, Chiu J, Allaimo D, Mao C, Wang Y, Gong Y, Ow H, Porter T and Zhong X. 2014. High fat diet deviates PtC-specific B1 B cell phagocytosis in obese mice. Immunity, Inflammation and Dis. doi: 10.1002/iid3.41. Ghost Dye™ Violet 510, Cat. No. 13-0870 (Boston University Medical Center)

31. Kamimura Y and Lanier LL. 2015. Homeostatic Control of Memory Cell Progenitors in the Natural Killer Cell Lineage. Cell Reports. 10: 280-291. Anti-mouse CD45.2 (104), format not specified (UCSF)

32. Clarke EV, Weist BM, Walsh CM and Tenner AJ. 2015. Complement protein C1q bound to apoptotic cells suppresses human macrophage and dendritic cell-mediated Th17 and Th1 T cell subset proliferation. J Leukoc Biol. 97(1): 147-160. Fluorochrome conjugated anti-human antibodies, clones and formats not specified (UC Irvine)

33. He Q, Zhang H, Wang Y, Ting HH, Yu W, Cao X and Ge W. 2014. Purified anti-CD3 x anti-HER2 bispecific antibody potentiates cytokine-induced killer cells of poor spontaneous cytotoxicity against breast cancer cells. Cell & Biosciences. 4: 70. Anti-human CD3 (OKT3), In Vivo Ready (Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, Beijing)

34. Khan SQ, Guo L, Cimbaluk D, Elshabrawy H, Faridi MH, Jolly M, George JF, Agarwal A and Gupta V. 2014. A Small Molecule β2 Integrin Agonist Improves Chronic Kidney Allograft Survival by Reducing Leukocyte Recruitment and Accompanying Vasculopathy. Front Med. 1:45. Anti-human CD3 (OKT3), Purified (Rush University Medical Center)

35. Hastings AK, Erickson JJ, Schuster JE, Boyd KL, Tollefson SJ, Johnson M, Gilchuk P, Joyce S and Williams JV. 2015. Role of type I interferon signaling in human metapneumovirus pathogenesis and control of viral replication. J Virol. doi: 10.1128/JVI.03275-14. Anti-human/mouse CD11b (M1/70), format not specified (Vanderbilt)

36. Wood S, Feng J, Chung J, Radojcic V, Sandy-Sloat AR, Friedman A, Shelton A, Yan M, Siebel CW, Bishop DK and Maillard I. 2015. Transient Blockade of Delta-like Notch Ligands Prevents Allograft Rejection Mediated by Cellular and Humoral Mechanisms in a Mouse Model of Heart Transplantation. J Immunol. doi: 10.4049/jimmunol.1402034. Ghost Dye™ Violet, 450 or 510 not specified (U Michigan)

37. Han D, Walsh MC, Kim KW, Hong SW, Lee J, Yi J, Rivas G, Surh CD and Choi Y. 2015. Microbiota-Independent Ameliorative Effects of Antibiotics on Spontaneous Th2-Associated Pathology of the Small Intestine. PLoS ONE 10(2): 30118795. 10.1371/journal.pone.0118795. Anti-mouse antibodies for flow, clones and formats not specified (Pohang University, Korea and La Jolla Institute of Allergy and Immunology, U Penn)

38. Singh V, Holla S, Ramachandra SG and Balaji KN. 2015. WNT-Inflammasome Signaling Mediates NOD2-Induced Development of Acute Arthritis in Mice. J. Immunol. doi: 10.4049/jimmunol.1402498 Anti- mouse F4/80 (BM8.1), PE (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore)

39. Yoshia Y, Ogata A, Kang S, Ebina K, Shi K, Nojima S, Kimura T, Ito D, et al. 2015. Semaphorin 4D contributes to rheumatoid arthritis by inducing inflammatory cytokine production: Pathogenic and therapeutic implications. Arthritis Rheumatol. doi: 10.1002/art.39086 Anti- human CD19 (HIB19), format not specified (Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine)

40. Bachanova V, Frankel AE, Cao Q, Lewis D, Grzywacz B, Verneris MR, Ustun C, Lazaryan A, McClune B, Warlick ED, Kantarjian H, Weisdorf DJ, Miller JS, Vallera DA. 2015. Phase I Study of a Bispecific Ligand-Directed Toxin Targeting CD22 and CD19 (DT2219) for Refractory B-cellMalignancies. Clin Cancer Res. 21(6): 1267-1272. Anti-human CD3 (OKT3) PerCP-Cy5.5, Anti-human CD45 (HI30) APC (University of Minnesota)
41. Bally APR, Lu P, Tang Y, Austin JW, Scharer CD, Ahmed R and Boss JM. 2015. NF-κB Regulates PD-1 Expression in Macrophages. J Immunol. doi: 10.4049/jimmunol.1402550. Anti-mouse CD4 (RM4-5) PerCP-Cy5.5, Anti-mouse CD8 (53-6.7) FITC (Emory University)

42. Pannu J, Belle JI, Forster M, Duerr CU, Shen S, Kane L, Harcourt K, Fritz JH, Clare S and Nijnik A. 2015. Ubiquitin Specific Protease 21 Is Dispensable for Normal Development, Hematopoiesis and Lymphocyte Differentiation. PloS one. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0117304. Anti-mouse CD62L (MEL-14) FITC (McGill University, Canada)

43. Rydyznski C, Daniels KA, Karmele EP, Brooks TR, Mahl SE, Moran MT, Li C, Sutiwisesak R, Welsh RM and Waggoner SN. 2015. Generation of cellular immune memory and B-cell immunity is impaired by natural killer cells. Nat Commun. doi: 10.1038/ncomms7375. Anti-mouse CD44 (IM7), Anti-mouse IFN-g (XMG1.2), Anti-mouse CD3e (145-2C11); Anti-mouse CD19 (1D3), Anti-mouse CD45R/B220 (RA3-6B2); Anti-mouse CD11c (N418) and Anti-mouse CD16/32 (2.4G2) – formats not specified (Cincinnati Children’s Hospital)

44. Wilson RM, Marshall NE, Jeske DR, Purnell JQ, Thornburg K and Messaoudi I. 2015. Maternal Obesity alters immune cell frequencies and responses in umbilical cord blood samples. Pediatr Allergy Immunol. DOI: 10.1111/pai.12387. Anti-human CD27 (O323) – format not specified (University of California, Riverside)

45. Majhi RK, Sahoo SS, Yadav M, Pratheek BM, Chattopadhyay S and Goswami C. 2015. Functional Expression of TRPV Channels in T cells And Their Implications in Immune Regulation. FEBS J. doi: 10.1111/febs.13306. Anti-mouse CD90.2 (30-H12) APC (NISER, India)

46. Shim YR and Lee HK. 2015. Caspase-1 Independent Viral Clearance and Adaptive Immunity Against Mucosal Respiratory Syncytial Virus Infection. Immune Netw. 15(2): 73-82. Anti-mouse CD16/CD32 (2.4G2) purified (KAIST, Korea)

47. Bracken SJ, Adami AJ, Szczepanek SM, Ehsan M, Nataragan P, Guernsey LA, Shahriari N, Rafti E, Matson AP, Schramm CM and Thrall RS. 2015. Long-Term Exposure to House Dust Mite Leads to the Suppression of Allergic Airway Disease Despite Persistent Lung Inflammation. Int Arch Allergy Immunol. 166(4): 243-258. Anti-mouse F4/80 (BM8.1) – format not specified (University of Connecticut)

48. Hirao H, Uchida Y, Kadono K, Tanaka H, Niki T, Yamauchi A, Hata K, Watanabe T, Terajima H and Uemoto S. 2015. The protective function of galectin-9 in liver ischemia and reperfusion injury in mice. Liver Transpl. doi: 10.1002/lt.24159. Anti-mouse CD3 (17A2), anti-mouse Ly-6G (RB6-8C5) – formats not specified (Kitano Hospital, Japan)

49. Martinez RJ, Neeld DK and Evavold BD. 2015. Identification of T cell clones without the need for sequencing. J Immunol Methods. doi: 10.1016/j.jim.2015.04.018. Anti-mouse CD8a (53-6.7) – format not specified (Emory University)

50. Hemmers S and Rudensky AY. 2015. The Cell-Intrinsic Circadian Clock Is Dispensable for Lymphocyte Differentiation and Function. Cell Rep. doi: 10.1016/j.celrep.2015.04.058. Anti-mouse antibodies – clones and formats not specified (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center)

51. Sullivan RT, Kim CC, Fontana MF, Feeney ME, Jagannathan P, Boyle MJ, Drakeley CJ, Ssewanyana I, Nankya F, Mayanja-Kizza H, Dorsey G and Greenhouse B. 2015. PLoS Pathog. doi: 10.1371/journal.ppat.1004894. Mouse IgG1 Isotype Control (MOPC-21) – format not specified (UC San Francisco)

52. Yoshida Y, Mikami N, Matsushima Y, Otani F, Miyawaki M, Takatsuji M, Banno R, Tsuji T, Fujita T, Tsujikawa K and Kohno T. 2015. Functional Mechanism(s) of the Inhibition of Disease Progression by Combination Treatment with Fingolimod plus Pathogenic Antigen in a Glucose-6-phosphate Isomerase Peptide-Induced Arthritis Mouse Model. Biol Pharm Bull. DOI:10.1248/bpb.b14-00873. Anti-mouse CD152 (UC10-4F10-11), APC (Setsunan University, Japan)

53. Kamachi F, Isshiki T, Harada N, Akiba H and Miyake S. 2015. ICOS promotes group 2 innate lymphoid cell activation in lungs. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. doi: 10.1016/j.bbrc.2015.06.005. 7-AAD (Jutendo University, Japan)

54. Nishibayashi R, Inoue R, Harada Y, Watanabe T, Makioka Y and Ushida K. 2015. RNA of Enterococcus faecalis Strain EC-12 Is a Major Component Inducing Interleukin-12 Production from Human Monocytic Cells. PLoS One. 10.1371/journal.pone.0129806. Recombinant human IL-6 (Kyoto Prefectural University, Japan)

55. Zellweger RM, Tang WW, Eddy WE, King K, Sanchez MC and Shresta S. 2015. CD8+ T Cells Can Mediate Short-Term Protection against Heterotypic Dengue Virus Reinfection in Mice. J Virol. 89(12): 6494-6505. Anti-mouse IFN-g (XMG1.2), FITC (La Jolla Institute of Allergy and Immunology)

56. Ogata Y, Mabuchi Y, Yoshida M, Suto EG, Suzuki N, Muneta T, Sekiya I and Akazawa C. 2015. Purified Human Synovium Mesenchymal Stem Cells as a Good Resource for Cartilage Regeneration. PLoS One. 10.1371/journal.pone.0129096 Anti-human CD45 (HI30), PE-Cy7 (Tokyo Medical & Dental University, Japan)

57. Milner JD, Vogel TP, Forbes L, Ma CA, Stray-Pedersen A, Niemela JE, Lyons JJ, Engelhardt KR, Zhang Y, Topcaqic N et al. 2015. Early-onset lymphoproliferation and autoimmunity caused by germline STAT3 gain-of-function mutations. Blood. 125 (4): 591-599. Ghost Dye, format not specified (NIH, Washington University in St. Louis)

58. Grajales-Reyes GE, Iwata A, Albring J, Wu X, Tussiwand R, Kc W, Kretzer NM, Briseno CG, Durai V, Bagadia P, Haldar M, Schonheit J, Rosenbauer F, Murphy TL and Murphy KM. 2015. Batf3 maintains autoactivation of Irf8 for commitment of a CD8α(+) conventional DC clonogenic progenitor. Nat Immunol. 16(7): 708-717. Anti-mouse CD45.1 (A20) PE-Cy7, anti-mouse CD11c (N418) APC-Cy7, anti-mouse CD115 (AFS98) PE (Washington University in St. Louis)

59. Watkin LB, Jessen B, Wiszniewski W, Vece TJ, Jan M, Sha Y, Thamsen M, Santos-Cortez RL et al. 2015. COPA mutations impair ER-Golgi transport and cause hereditary autoimmune-mediated lung disease and arthritis. Nat Genet. 47: 654-660. Ghost Dye Violet 510 (Baylor and UC San Francisco)

60. Trobaugh DW, Gardner CL, Sun C, Haddow AD, Wang E, Chapnik E, Mildner A, Weaver SC, Ryman KD and Klimstra WB. 2014. Nature. 506(7487): 245-248. Anti-mouse CD11b (N418), format not specified (University of Pittsburgh)

61. Wu J and Waxman DJ. 2015. Metronomic cyclophosphamide eradicates large implanted GL261 gliomas by activating antitumor Cd8+ T cell responses and immune memory. OncoImmunol. DOI:10.1080/2162402X.2015.1005521. Anti-mouse CD8a (2.43) APC and PE-Cy7, anti-mouse CD3e (145-2C11) FITC, anti-mouse Ly-6G (RB6-8C5) FITC, anti-mouse F4/80 (BM8.1) APC, anti-mouse CD45 (30-F11) PE (Boston University)

62. Itoh-Nakadai A, Hikota R, Muto A, Kometani K, Watanabe-Matsui M, Sato Y, Kobayashi M, Makamura A et al. 2014. The transcription repressors Bach2 and Bach1 promote B cell development by repressing the myeloid program. Nat Immunol. 15(12): 1171-1180. Anti-hu/ms CD45/B220 (RA3-6B2), APC (Tohoku University, Japan)

63. Kasashima H, Yashiro M, Nakamae H, Kinoshita H, Morisaki T, Fukuoka T, Hasegawa T, Sakurai K, Toyokawa T, Kubu N et al. 2015. Bone marrow-derived stromal cells are associated with gastric cancer progression. Br J Cancer. doi: 10.1038/bjc.2015.236. Anti-human/mouse CD11b (M1/70) PE (Osaka City University, Japan)

64. Rice RA, Spangenberg EE, yamate-Morgan H, Lee RJ, Arora RPS, Hernandez MX, Tenner AJ, West BL and Green KN. 2015. Elimination of Microglia Improves Functional Outcomes Following Extensive Neuronal Loss in the Hippocampus. J Neurosci. 35(27): 9977-9989. Anti-mouse CD45 PE, clone not specified (University of California, Irvine)

65. Ortega SB, Noorbhai I, Poinsatte K, Kong X, Anderson A, Monson NL and Stowe AM. 2015. Stroke induces a rapid adaptive autoimmune response to novel neuronal antigens. Discov Med. 19(106): 381-392. Anti-mouse CD4 violetFluor™ 450 clone not specified, Anti-mouse CD19 (1D3) PE, Anti-mouse CD8 APC clone not specified, Anti-mouse CD25 (PC61.5) PE-Cy7 (University of Texas Southwestern)

66. Schumann K, Lin S, Boyer E, Simeonov DR, Subramaniam M, Gate RE, Haliburton GE, Ye CJ, Bluestone JA, Doudna JA and Marson A. 2015. Generation of knock-in primary human T cells using Cas9 ribonucleoproteins. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1512503112. Anti-human CD25 (BC96) APC, Anti-human CD127 (R34-34) PE, Anti-human CD45RA (HI100) violetFluor™ 450, Anti-human CD45RO-(UCHL1) FITC (University of California, San Francisco and Berkeley)