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2006Analysis of human leukaemias and lymphomas using extensive immunophenotypes from an antibody microarray.Barber, Nicole; Belov, Larissa; Bendall, Linda; Bradstock, Kenneth; Christopherson, Richard; Mulligan, Stephen; Sartor, M; Wiley, James; Young, Graham; Chrisp, Jeremy S; Erber, Wendy; Green, Anthony R; Huang, Pauline; Juneja, Surender; Keating, Michael J; Pascovici, Dana S; Scott, Mike A; Sewell, William A; Stoner, Kerryn; Thomas, Mervyn; Wierda, William G; Woolfson, Adrian; Molecular & Microbial Bioscien; Molecular & Microbial Bioscien; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Molecular & Microbial Bioscien; Molecular & Microbial Bioscien; Western Clinical School: Medicine (Westmead); Nepean Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: MedicineAnalysis of human leukaemias and lymphomas using extensive immunophenotypes from an antibody microarray., British Journal of Haematology, vol.135,(2),2006,pp 184-97
2013Clinical severity and epithelial endotypes in chronic rhinosinusitisKalish, Larry; Pratt, Ellie; Sacks, Raymond; Chin, David; Earls, Peter; Harvey, Richard John; Hull, Laura; Lam, Matthew; McLachlan, Rohan; Sewell, William A; Snidvongs, Kornkiat; Concord Clinical School: Imaging; School of Public Health: Public Health; Concord Clinical School: MedicineClinical severity and epithelial endotypes in chronic rhinosinusitis, International Forum of Allergy & Rhinology, vol.3, 2, 2013,pp 121-128
2014IgE-associated IGHV genes from venom and peanut allergic individuals lack mutational evidence of antigen selectionRimmer, Janet; Chen, Zhiliang; Collins, Andrew; Davies, Janet; Gaeta, Bruno; Jackson, Katherine J L; Sewell, William A; Wang, Yan; Central Clinical School: Woolcock Inst. of Medical ResearchIgE-associated IGHV genes from venom and peanut allergic individuals lack mutational evidence of antigen selection, PloS One, vol.9, 2, 2014,pp e89730-N/A