Chlamydia muridarum infection-induced destruction of male germ cells and sertoli cells is partially prevented by Chlamydia major outer membrane protein-specific immune CD4 cells
Sobinoff, Alexander P., Dando, Samantha J., Redgrove, Kate A., Sutherland, Jessie M., Stanger, Simone J., Armitage, Charles W., Timms, Peter, McLaughlin, Eileen A., Beagley, Kenneth W.
Chlamydial infection of immune cells: altered function and implications for disease
Beagley, Kenneth W., Huston, Wilhelmina M., Hansbro, Philip M., Timms, Peter
Genotyping of urogenital Chlamydia trachomatis in regional New South Wales, Australia
Mossman, David, Beagley, Kenneth W., Landay, Alan L., Loewenthal, Mark, Ooi, Catriona, Timms, Peter, Boyle, Michael
Modulation of the Chlamydia trachomatis In vitro transcriptome response by the sex hormones estradiol and progesterone
Amirshahi, Ashkan, Wan, Charles, Beagley, Kenneth, Latter, Joanna, Symonds, Ian, Timms, Peter
Poly-immunoglobulin receptor-mediated transport of IgA into the male genital tract is important for clearance of chlamydia muridarum infection
Cunningham, Kelly A., Carey, Alison J., Finnie, Jane M., Bao, Shisan, Coon, Chamere, Jones, Russell, Wijburg, Odilia, Strugnell, Richard A., Timms, Peter, Beagley, Kenneth W.
Progesterone activates multiple innate immune pathways in Chlamydia trachomatis-infected endocervical cells
Wan, Charles, Latter, Joanna L., Amirshahi, Ashkan, Symonds, Ian, Finnie, Jane, Bowden, Nikola, Scott, Rodney J., Cunningham, Kelly A., Timms, Peter, Beagley, Kenneth W.
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