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2017Altered regulatory T-cell fractions and Helios expression in clinically isolated syndrome: clues to the development of multiple sclerosisBooth, David; Byrne, Scott; Carroll, William; Fabis-Pedrini, Marzena; Geldenhuys, S; Hart, Prue; Jones, Anderson P; Kermode, Allan; Lucas, Robyn M.; Nolan, David; Trend, S; Western Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical Res; Central Clinical School: MedicineAltered regulatory T-cell fractions and Helios expression in clinically isolated syndrome: clues to the development of multiple sclerosis, Clinical & Translational Immunology, vol.6, 5, 2017,pp 1-10
2015The alternative complement component factor B regulates UV-induced oedema, systemic suppression of contact and delayed hypersensitivity, and mast cell infiltration into the skinBeaugie, Clare; Byrne, Scott; Chan, Carling; Halliday, Gary; Hammond, Kirsten; Marsh-Wakefield, Felix; Rana, Sabita; Rogers, Linda; Thurman, Joshua; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Medicine; School of Medical Sciences: School of Medical Sciences; School of Medical Sciences: Bosch InstituteThe alternative complement component factor B regulates UV-induced oedema, systemic suppression of contact and delayed hypersensitivity, and mast cell infiltration into the skin, Photochemical & Photobiological Sciences, vol.14, 4, 2015,pp 801-806
2009The Alternative Complement Pathway Seems to be a UVA Sensor that Leads to Systemic ImmunosuppressionByrne, Scott; Halliday, Gary; Stapelberg, Peter; Williams, Rohan; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Medicine; School of Medical Sciences: Biomedical SciencesThe Alternative Complement Pathway Seems to be a UVA Sensor that Leads to Systemic Immunosuppression, The Journal of Investigative Dermatology, vol.129, 11,pp 2694-2701
2014AMD3100 protects from UV-induced skin cancerByrne, Scott; Sarchio, Seri; Central Clinical School: Medicine; School of Medical Sciences: Bosch InstituteAMD3100 protects from UV-induced skin cancer, OncoImmunology, vol.3, 1, 2014,pp 1-3
2005B cells activated in lymph nodes in response to ultraviolet irradiation or by interleukin-10 inhibit dendritic cell induction of immunity.Byrne, Scott; Halliday, Gary; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: MedicineB cells activated in lymph nodes in response to ultraviolet irradiation or by interleukin-10 inhibit dendritic cell induction of immunity., The Journal of Investigative Dermatology: an international journal for research in cutaneous biology, vol.124,(3),2005,pp 570-578
2016B cells are required for sunlight protection of mice from a CNS-targeted autoimmune attackByrne, Scott; Gillis, Caitin; Halliday, Gary; Kok, Lai-Fong; Marshall, Jacqueline Elise; Marsh-Wakefield, Felix; Central Clinical School: Medicine; School of Medical Sciences: Bosch Institute; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: MedicineB cells are required for sunlight protection of mice from a CNS-targeted autoimmune attack, Journal of Autoimmunity, vol.73, N/A, 2016,pp 10-23
2002Dendritic cells: making progress with tumour regression?Byrne, Scott; Halliday, Gary; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: MedicineDendritic cells: making progress with tumour regression?, Immunology and Cell Biology, vol.80,(6),2002,pp 520-530
2008Dermal dendritic cells, and not langerhans cells, play an essential role in inducing an immune responseByrne, Scott; Fukunaga, A; Khaskhely, N; Sreevidya, C; Ullrich, S; Central Clinical School: MedicineDermal dendritic cells, and not langerhans cells, play an essential role in inducing an immune response, Journal of immunology (Baltimore, Md. : 1950), vol.180,(5),2008,pp 3057-3064
2012Dermal mast cells affect the development of sunlight-induced skin tumoursByrne, Scott; Halliday, Gary; Kok, Lai-Fong; O'Sullivan, Claire; Sarchio, Seri; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Infectious Diseases; School of Medical Sciences: Bosch InstituteDermal mast cells affect the development of sunlight-induced skin tumours, Experimental Dermatology, vol.21, 4, 2012,pp 241-248
2017Detection of Infiltrating Mast Cells Using a Modified Toluidine Blue StainingByrne, Scott; Sarchio, Seri; Puebla-Osorio, Nahum; Ullrich, Stephen E; Central Clinical School: Medicine; School of Medical Sciences: Bosch InstituteDetection of Infiltrating Mast Cells Using a Modified Toluidine Blue Staining in Fibrosis: Methods and Protocols, Humana Press, 2017, pp. 213-222
2017Does sunlight protect us from cancer?Byrne, Scott; Marshall, Jacqueline Elise; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: MedicineDoes sunlight protect us from cancer?, Photochemical and Photobiological Sciences, vol.16, 3, 2017,pp 416-425
2017Evolving identification of blood cells associated with clinically isolated syndrome: Importance of time since clinical presentation and diagnostic MRIBooth, David; Byrne, Scott; Carroll, W; Fabis-Pedrini, Marzena; Geldenhuys, S; Hart, P; Jones, A; Kermode, A; Lucas, R; Nolan, D; Trend, S; Western Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical Res; Central Clinical School: MedicineEvolving identification of blood cells associated with clinically isolated syndrome: Importance of time since clinical presentation and diagnostic MRI, International Journal of Molecular Sciences, vol.18, 6, 2017,pp 1-17
2003High levels of Fas ligand and MHC class II in the absence of CD80 or CD86 expression and a decreased CD4+ T cell infiltration, enables murine skin tumours to progressByrne, Scott; Halliday, Gary; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: MedicineHigh levels of Fas ligand and MHC class II in the absence of CD80 or CD86 expression and a decreased CD4+ T cell infiltration, enables murine skin tumours to progress, Cancer Immunology, Immunotherapy: other biological response modifications, vol.52,(6),2003,pp 396-402
2014How much sunlight is enough?Byrne, Scott; Central Clinical School: MedicineHow much sunlight is enough?, Photochemical & Photobiological Sciences, vol.13, N/A, 2014,pp 840-852
2011The Immune-Modulating Cytokine and Endogenous Alarmin Interleukin-33 Is Upregulated in Skin Exposed to Inflammatory UVB RadiationBeaugie, Clare; Byrne, Scott; Halliday, Gary; Leighton, Sarah; O'Sullivan, Claire; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Infectious DiseasesThe Immune-Modulating Cytokine and Endogenous Alarmin Interleukin-33 Is Upregulated in Skin Exposed to Inflammatory UVB Radiation, The American Journal of Pathology: cellular and molecular biology of disease, vol.179, 1, 2011,pp 211-222
2012The Immunologic Revolution: PhotoimmunologyByrne, Scott; Ullrich, Stephen E.; Central Clinical School: MedicineThe Immunologic Revolution: Photoimmunology, Journal of Investigative Dermatology, vol.132, 3 pt 2, 2012,pp 896-905
2005Implication of immune protection factor on sunscreen developmentBarnetson, Ross; Byrne, Scott; Halliday, Gary; Poon, Terrence; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: MedicineImplication of immune protection factor on sunscreen development, Journal Of The American Academy Of Dermatology, vol.52,(3 Supplement 2),2005,pp AB9 (Ab# 156-02)-AB9
2006The induction of immunity to a protein antigen using an adjuvant is significantly compromised by ultraviolet A radiation.Byrne, Scott; Halliday, Gary; Spinks, N L; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Medicine; MedicineThe induction of immunity to a protein antigen using an adjuvant is significantly compromised by ultraviolet A radiation., Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B-Biology, vol.84,(2),2006,pp 128-134
2013Inhibition of UV-induced uric acid production using Allopurinol prevents suppression of the contact hypersensitivity responseByrne, Scott; Halliday, Gary; Kok, Lai-Fong; Leighton, Sarah; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: MedicineInhibition of UV-induced uric acid production using Allopurinol prevents suppression of the contact hypersensitivity response, Experimental Dermatology, vol.22, 3, 2013,pp 189-194
2001Interleukin-1beta But not tumor necrosis factor is involved in West Nile Virus-Induced Langerhans Cell Migration from the Skin in C57BL/6 MiceByrne, Scott; Halliday, Gary; Johnston, Linda; King, Nicholas; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Nursing Faculty Admin; School of Medical Sciences: PathologyInterleukin-1beta But not tumor necrosis factor is involved in West Nile Virus-Induced Langerhans Cell Migration from the Skin in C57BL/6 Mice, The Journal of Investigative Dermatology, vol.117, 3,pp 702-709