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2007Abstract: A single nucleotide polymorphism in the P2X7 gene lends susceptibility to extrapulmonary tuberculosisBritton, Warwick; Fernando, Suran; Marks, Guy; Saunders, Bernadette; Sluyter, Ronald; Wiley, Sharron; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Woolcock Inst. of Medical Research; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; Central Clinical School: MedicineAbstract: A single nucleotide polymorphism in the P2X7 gene lends susceptibility to extrapulmonary tuberculosis, Tissue Antigens, vol.66,(5),2007,pp 532-533
2011Australia: The Ongoing Debate About Ending Physical PunishmentCashmore, Judy; Saunders, Bernadette; LawAustralia: The Ongoing Debate About Ending Physical Punishment in Global Pathways to Abolishing Physical Punishment: Realizing Children's Rights, Routledge, 2011, pp. 83-97
2002CD4 is required for the development of a protective granulomatous response to pulmonary tuberculosisSaunders, Bernadette; Cooper, Andrea M; Frank, Anthony A; Orme, Ian M; Central Clinical School: Centenary InstituteCD4 is required for the development of a protective granulomatous response to pulmonary tuberculosis, Cellular Immunology, vol.216,(1-2),2002,pp 65-72
2002Characterization of immune responses during infection with Mycobacterium avium strains 100, 101 and the recently sequenced 104Briscoe, Helen; Britton, Warwick; Saunders, Bernadette; Dane, Alison; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; Central Clinical School: Centenary InstituteCharacterization of immune responses during infection with Mycobacterium avium strains 100, 101 and the recently sequenced 104, Immunology and Cell Biology, vol.80,(6),2002,pp 544-549
2008Chemokine gene expression during fatal murine cerebral malaria and protection due to CXCR3 deficiencyBall, Helen; Campbell, Iain; Carter, Sally; Hunt, Nicholas; Manders, Peter; McQuillan, James; Mitchell, Andrew; Miu, Jenny; Muller, Marcus; Saunders, Bernadette; Lu, Bao; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; School of Molecular Bioscience; School of Molecular Bioscience; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; School of Molecular Bioscience; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; School of Medical Sciences: Biomedical Sciences; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; School of Molecular Bioscience; Central Clinical School: Centenary InstituteChemokine gene expression during fatal murine cerebral malaria and protection due to CXCR3 deficiency, Journal of Immunology, vol.180,(2),2008,pp 1217-1230
2011Critical Roles for LIGHT and Its Receptors in Generating T Cell-Mediated Immunity during Leishmania donovani InfectionSaunders, Bernadette; Amante, Fiona; Bunn, Patrick; de Labastida Rivera, Fabian; et al, various; Haque, Ashraful; Hickey, Michael; Pfeffer, Klaus; Randall, Louise; Scheu, Stefanie; Sheel, M.; Stanley, Amanda C.; Zhou, Yonghong; Central Clinical School: Centenary InstituteCritical Roles for LIGHT and Its Receptors in Generating T Cell-Mediated Immunity during Leishmania donovani Infection, PLoS Pathogens, vol.7, 10, 2011,pp e1002279-1-e1002279-15
2006Differential requirements for soluble and transmembrane tumor necrosis factor in the immunological control of primary and secondary Listeria monocytogenes infection.Briscoe, Helen; Britton, Warwick; Musicki, Korana; Saunders, Bernadette; Tran, S; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; Central Clinical School: MedicineDifferential requirements for soluble and transmembrane tumor necrosis factor in the immunological control of primary and secondary Listeria monocytogenes infection., Infection and Immunity, vol.74,(6),2006,pp 3180-3189
2005Gene Dosage Determines the Negative Effects of Polymorphic Alleles of the P2X7 Receptor on Adenosine Triphosphate–Mediated Killing of Mycobacteria by Human MacrophagesBritton, Warwick; Fernando, Sujatha; Saunders, Bernadette; Skarratt, K; Sluyter, Ronald; Wiley, James; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; School of Rural Health: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; Nepean Clinical School: Medicine; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; Nepean Clinical School: MedicineGene Dosage Determines the Negative Effects of Polymorphic Alleles of the P2X7 Receptor on Adenosine Triphosphate–Mediated Killing of Mycobacteria by Human Macrophages, The Journal of Infectious Diseases 2005, vol.192,(1),2005,pp 149-155
2007The genetic control of susceptibility to Mycobacterium tuberculosisBritton, Warwick; Fernando, Sujatha; Saunders, Bernadette; Sluyter, Ronald; Wiley, James; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; School of Rural Health: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; Nepean Clinical School: MedicineThe genetic control of susceptibility to Mycobacterium tuberculosis in Decoding the Genomic Control of Immune Reactions, John Wiley & Sons, 2007, pp. 79-89; discussion 89-92, 208-9
2015Identification of miR-93 as a suitable miR for normalizing miRNA in plasma of tuberculosis patientsBarry, Simone; Britton, Warwick; Ellis, Magda; Saunders, Bernadette; Chan, Brian; Guan, Guangyu; Plit, Marshall; Wang, Xiaolin; Yang, YuRong; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; Central Clinical School: Centenary InstituteIdentification of miR-93 as a suitable miR for normalizing miRNA in plasma of tuberculosis patients, Journal of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, vol.19, 7, 2015,pp 1606-1613
2008Immunopathology of TuberculosisSaunders, Bernadette; Basaraba, Randall J.; Orme, Ian M; Central Clinical School: Centenary InstituteImmunopathology of Tuberculosis in Handbook of Tuberculosis: Immunology and Cell Biology, Wiley - VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, 2008, pp. 245-278
2005Independent protective effects for tumor necrosis factor and lymphotoxin alpha in the host response to Listeria monocytogenes infection.Briscoe, Helen; Britton, Warwick; Roach, Daniel; Saunders, Bernadette; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; Medicine; Central Clinical School: Centenary InstituteIndependent protective effects for tumor necrosis factor and lymphotoxin alpha in the host response to Listeria monocytogenes infection., Infection and Immunity, vol.73,(8),2005,pp 4787-4792
2011Intramacrophage survival of uropathogenic Escherichia coli: Differences between diverse clinical isolates and between mouse and human macrophagesSaunders, Bernadette; Bokil, Nilesh; Carey, Alison; Hancock, Viktoria; Ravasi, Timothy; Schembri, Mark; Stacey, Katryn; Sweet, Matthew; Totsika, Makrina; Ulett, Glen; Central Clinical School: Centenary InstituteIntramacrophage survival of uropathogenic Escherichia coli: Differences between diverse clinical isolates and between mouse and human macrophages, Immunobiology, vol.216, 2011, 2011,pp 1164-1171
2007Life and death in the granuloma: immunopathology of tuberculosisBritton, Warwick; Saunders, Bernadette; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; Central Clinical School: Centenary InstituteLife and death in the granuloma: immunopathology of tuberculosis, Immunology and Cell Biology, vol.85,(N/A),2007,pp 103-111
2010LIGHT contributes to early but not late control of Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection.Briscoe, Helen; Britton, Warwick; Saunders, Bernadette; Musicki, Korana; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; Central Clinical School: Centenary InstituteLIGHT contributes to early but not late control of Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection., International Immunology, vol.22, 5,pp 353-358
2017A Liver Capsular Network of Monocyte-Derived Macrophages Restricts Hepatic Dissemination of Intraperitoneal Bacteria by Neutrophil RecruitmentBertolino, Patrick; Bowen, David; Britton, Warwick; Florido, Manuela; Le Couteur, David; Lu, Bo; McCaughan, Geoffrey William; McGuffog, Claire; Ritchie, William; Roediger, Ben; Saunders, Bernadette; Sierro, Frederic; Tay, Szun; Walters, Shuan; Warren, Alessandra; Weninger, Wolfgang; Wong, Yik Chun; Beattie, Lynette; Evrard, Maximilien; Ginhoux, Florent; Heath, William R; Holz, Lauren E; Luciani, Fabio; MacDonald, Kelli; Melino, Michelle; Mitchell, Andrew J.; Ng, Lai Guan; Rizzetto, Simone; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; Central Clinical School: Pathology; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; Infectious Diseases; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; Central Clinical School: Surgery; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; Central Clinical School: Centenary InstituteA Liver Capsular Network of Monocyte-Derived Macrophages Restricts Hepatic Dissemination of Intraperitoneal Bacteria by Neutrophil Recruitment, Immunity, vol.47, 2, 2017,pp 374-388
2003A loss-of-function polymorphism in the human P2X7 receptor abolishes ATP-mediated killing of MycobacteriaBritton, Warwick; Fernando, Sujatha; Saunders, Bernadette; Sluyter, Ronald; Wiley, James; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; School of Public Health: Rural Health; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; Nepean Clinical School: MedicineA loss-of-function polymorphism in the human P2X7 receptor abolishes ATP-mediated killing of Mycobacteria, Journal of Immunology, vol.171,(10),2003,pp 5442-5446
2009Lymphotoxin-alpha and TNF have essential but independent roles in the evolution of the granulomatous response in experimental leprosy.Britton, Warwick; Saunders, Bernadette; Adams, Linda; Ebenezer, Gigi; Hagge, Deanna; Krahenbuhl, James; Marks, Vilma; Ray, Nashone; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; Central Clinical School: Centenary InstituteLymphotoxin-alpha and TNF have essential but independent roles in the evolution of the granulomatous response in experimental leprosy., The American Journal of Pathology: cellular and molecular biology of disease, vol.174, 4,pp 1379-1389
2012M. tuberculosis Induces Potent Activation of IDO-1, but This Is Not Essential for the Immunological Control of InfectionBritton, Warwick; Guillemin, Gilles; Saunders, Bernadette; Blumenthal, Antje; Ehrt, Sabine; Huch, Jennifer; Nagalingam, Gayathri; Smythe, George A.; Walker, Lara; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; School of Medical Sciences: School of Medical Sciences; Central Clinical School: Centenary InstituteM. tuberculosis Induces Potent Activation of IDO-1, but This Is Not Essential for the Immunological Control of Infection, PLoS One, vol.7, 5, 2012,pp 1-11
2013Microparticles from Mycobacteria-Infected Macrophages Promote Inflammation and Cellular MigrationBritton, Warwick; Combes, Valery; Grau, Georges; Latham, Sharissa Louise; Saunders, Bernadette; Kieckbusch, Jens; Nagalingam, Gayathri; Swain, Ashleigh; Walters, Shaun B; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; Central Clinical School: Centenary InstituteMicroparticles from Mycobacteria-Infected Macrophages Promote Inflammation and Cellular Migration, Journal of Immunology, vol.190, 2, 2013,pp 669-677