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2007Demonising GilgamesJackson, David; Religious StudiesDemonising Gilgames in Ancient Near Eastern Studies, Supplement 21: Gilgames and the World of Assyria Proceedings of the Conference held at Mandelbaum House, University of Sydney, 21-23 July 2004, Peeters, 2007, pp. 107-114
2012Herpes simplex virus antigens directly activate NK cells via TLR2, thus facilitating their presentation to CD4 T lymphocytesCunningham, Anthony (Tony); Kim, Min; Osbourne, Naomi; Donaghy, Heather; Jackson, David; McKinnon, Kay; Zeng, Weiguang; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Western Clinical School: Medicine (Westmead); Central Clinical School: MedicineHerpes simplex virus antigens directly activate NK cells via TLR2, thus facilitating their presentation to CD4 T lymphocytes, Journal of Immunology, vol.188, 9, 2012,pp 4158-4170
2004An Immediate Hemolytic Reaction Induced By Repeated Administration Of Oxaliplatin.Flower, Robert; Ward, Christopher; Chen, Vivien M Y; Jackson, David; Morel-Kopp, Marie-Christine; Thrift, Karen M; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; Medicine Faculty OfficeAn Immediate Hemolytic Reaction Induced By Repeated Administration Of Oxaliplatin., Transfusion, vol.44,(6),2004,pp 838-843
2012Induction of Multi-Functional T Cells in a Phase I Clinical Trial of Dendritic Cell Immunotherapy in Hepatitis C Virus Infected IndividualsHart, Derek; Brown, Lorena E.; Gouillou, M; Gowans, Eric J.; Jackson, David; Latour, Philippe; Li, Shuo; Loveland, Bruce; Plebanski, Magdalena; Prince, H.Miles; Roberts, Stuart; Sparrow, Rosemary; Spelman, T; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research InstituteInduction of Multi-Functional T Cells in a Phase I Clinical Trial of Dendritic Cell Immunotherapy in Hepatitis C Virus Infected Individuals, PLoS One, vol.7, 8, 2012,pp 1-7
2010'Who is this who darkens counsel?' The Use of Rhetorical Irony in God's Charges against JobJackson, David; Studies in Religion'Who is this who darkens counsel?' The Use of Rhetorical Irony in God's Charges against Job, Westminster Theological Journal, vol.72, 1, 2010,pp 153-167