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2012Adoptive Transfer With In Vitro Expanded Human Regulatory T Cells Protects Against Porcine Islet Xenograft Rejection via Interleukin-10 in Humanized MiceHawthorne, Wayne; O'Connell, Philip; Phillips, Peta; Yi, Shounan; Ji, Ming; Ma, Xiaoqian; Wu, Jingjing; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Western Clinical School: Medicine (Westmead); Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium InstituteAdoptive Transfer With In Vitro Expanded Human Regulatory T Cells Protects Against Porcine Islet Xenograft Rejection via Interleukin-10 in Humanized Mice, Diabetes, vol.61, 5, 2012,pp 1180-1191
2007Association between islet xenograft rejection mediated by activated macrophages and upregulated chemokinesChandra, Abhilash; Ha, H; Hawthorne, Wayne; Ouyang, Li; Patel, Anita; Walters, Stacey; Wong, Jeferey; Yi, Shounan; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Western Clinical School: Medicine (Westmead); Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Vet Science Faculty; Western Clinical School: Medicine (Westmead); Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium InstituteAssociation between islet xenograft rejection mediated by activated macrophages and upregulated chemokines, Zhongnan Daxue Xuebao (Yixue Ban), vol.32,(1),2007,pp 26-35
2016Bone marrow chimerism as a strategy to produce tolerance in solid organ allotransplantationAlexander, Stephen; Hu, Min; Yi, Shounan; Childrens Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Western Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical Res; Western Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical ResBone marrow chimerism as a strategy to produce tolerance in solid organ allotransplantation, Current Opinion in Organ Transplantation, vol.21, 6, 2016,pp 595-602
2016Bone marrow chimerism as a strategy to produce tolerance in solid organ allotransplantationAlexander, Stephen; Hu, Min; Yi, Shounan; Childrens Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Western Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical Res; Western Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical ResBone marrow chimerism as a strategy to produce tolerance in solid organ allotransplantation, Current Opinion in Organ Transplantation, vol.21, 6, 2016,pp 595-602
2002CD4+ T Cells initiate Pancreatic Islet Xenograft rejection via an interferon-y-Dependent recruitment of macrophages and natural killer cellsHawthorne, Wayne; Feng, Ximin; O'Connel, Philip J.; Patel, Anita; Walters, Stacy N.; Yi, Shounan; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium InstituteCD4+ T Cells initiate Pancreatic Islet Xenograft rejection via an interferon-y-Dependent recruitment of macrophages and natural killer cells, Transplantation, vol.73,(3),2002,pp 437-446
2007Chemokine and toll-like receptor signaling in macrophage mediated islet xenograft rejectionChandra, Abhilash; Ha, H; Hawthorne, Wayne; Jardine, Meg; O'Connell, Philip; Ouyang, Li; Patel, Anita; Stokes, Rebecca; Walters, Stacey; Wong, Jeferey; Yi, Shounan; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Western Clinical School: Medicine (Westmead); Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Vet Science Faculty; Western Clinical School: Medicine (Westmead); Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium InstituteChemokine and toll-like receptor signaling in macrophage mediated islet xenograft rejection, Xenotransplantation, vol.14,(1),2007,pp 48-59
2014Elevated peripheral frequencies of Th22 cells: a novel potent participant in obesity and type 2 diabetesYi, Shounan; Chen, Li; Hou, Xinguo; Li, Wenjuan; Lin, Peng; Lu, Yiran; Song, Jun; Sun, Lei; Tang, Dongqi; Wu, Chuanlong; Zhao, Ruxing; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium InstituteElevated peripheral frequencies of Th22 cells: a novel potent participant in obesity and type 2 diabetes, PLoS One, vol.9, 1, 2014,pp 1-9
2014Enhanced Suppression of the Xenogeneic T-Cell Response in Vitro by Xenoantigen Stimulated and Expanded Regulatory T CellsHawthorne, Wayne; Hu, Min; O'Connell, Philip; Yi, Shounan; Jin, Xi; Wang, Ya; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium InstituteEnhanced Suppression of the Xenogeneic T-Cell Response in Vitro by Xenoantigen Stimulated and Expanded Regulatory T Cells, Transplantation, vol.97, 1, 2014,pp 30-38
2017Ex vivo-expanded baboon CD39 +  regulatory T cells prevent rejection of porcine islet xenografts in NOD-SCID IL-2ry(-/-) mice reconstituted with baboon peripheral blood mononuclear cellsBurns, Heather; Chew, Yi Vee; Davies, Sussan; Hawkes, Joanne; Hawthorne, Wayne; Hu, Min; Huang, Dandan; O'Connell, Philip; Wang, Ya; Yi, Shounan; Gao, Feng; Westmead Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical Res; School of Molecular Bioscience (SMB); Westmead Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical Res; Westmead Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical Res; Westmead Clinical School: Surgery; Westmead Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical Res; Westmead Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical Res; Westmead Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical Res; Childrens Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Westmead Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical ResEx vivo-expanded baboon CD39 +  regulatory T cells prevent rejection of porcine islet xenografts in NOD-SCID IL-2ry(-/-) mice reconstituted with baboon peripheral blood mononuclear cells, Xenotransplantation, vol.24, 6, 2017,pp 1-11
2012Foxp3 is critical for human natural CD4+CD25+ regulatory T cells to suppress alloimmune responseWu, Jingjing; Yi, Shounan; Sun, Lei; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium InstituteFoxp3 is critical for human natural CD4+CD25+ regulatory T cells to suppress alloimmune response, Transplant Immunology, vol.26, 2-3, 2012,pp 71-80
2010Foxp3 regulates human natural CD4+CD25+ regulatory T-cell-mediated suppression of xenogeneic responseO'Connell, Philip; Sun, Lei; Yi, Shounan; Western Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical ResFoxp3 regulates human natural CD4+CD25+ regulatory T-cell-mediated suppression of xenogeneic response, Xenotransplantation, vol.17, 2, 2010,pp 121-130
2017Human regulatory macrophages are potent in suppression of the xenoimmune response via indoleamine-2,3-dioxygenase-involved mechanism(s)Guo, Fei; Hawthorne, Wayne; Hu, Min; Huang, Dandan; Yi, Shounan; Zhao, Yuanfei; Guillemin, Giles; Heng, Benjamin; Lim, Chai K; Westmead Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical Res; Westmead Clinical School: Surgery; Westmead Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical Res; Westmead Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical Res; Westmead Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical Res; Westmead Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical ResHuman regulatory macrophages are potent in suppression of the xenoimmune response via indoleamine-2,3-dioxygenase-involved mechanism(s), Xenotransplantation, vol.24, 5, 2017,pp 1-11
2012A humanized mouse model to study human immune response in xenotransplantationPhillips, Peta; Yi, Shounan; Ji, Ming; Jin, Xi; Western Clinical School: Medicine (Westmead); Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium InstituteA humanized mouse model to study human immune response in xenotransplantation, Hepatobiliary & Pancreatic Diseases International, vol.11, 5, 2012,pp 494-498
2010IL-10 is required for human CD4+CD25+ regulatory T cell-mediated suppression of xenogeneic proliferationO'Connell, Philip; Sun, Lei; Yi, Shounan; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium InstituteIL-10 is required for human CD4+CD25+ regulatory T cell-mediated suppression of xenogeneic proliferation, Immunology and Cell Biology, vol.88, 4, 2010,pp 477-485
2011The Importance of Tissue Factor Expression by Porcine NICC in Triggering IBMIR in the Xenograft SettingHawthorne, Wayne; O'Connell, Philip; Phillips, Peta; Smith-Hurst, Helena; Wu, Jingjing; Ji, Ming; Yi, Shounan; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium InstituteThe Importance of Tissue Factor Expression by Porcine NICC in Triggering IBMIR in the Xenograft Setting, Transplantation, vol.91, 8, 2011,pp 841-846
2008In Vitro Expanded Human CD4+CD25+ Regulatory T Cells are Potent Suppressors of T-Cell-Mediated Xenogeneic ResponsesHawthorne, Wayne; Jimenez, Elvira; O'Connell, Philip; Ouyang, Li; Simond, Denbigh; Wang, Yiping; Wu, Jingjing; Yi, Shounan; Wang, Wei; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Vet Science Faculty; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium InstituteIn Vitro Expanded Human CD4+CD25+ Regulatory T Cells are Potent Suppressors of T-Cell-Mediated Xenogeneic Responses, Transplantation, vol.85,(12),2008,pp 1841-1848
2008In vitro suppression of xenoimmune-mediated macrophage activation by human CD4+CD25+ regulatory T cellsHawthorne, Wayne; O'Connell, Philip; Fu, Yiling; Jimenez-Vera, Elvira; Simond, Denbigh; Wu, Jingjing; Yi, Shounan; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium InstituteIn vitro suppression of xenoimmune-mediated macrophage activation by human CD4+CD25+ regulatory T cells, Transplantation, vol.86,(6),2008,pp 865-874
2017In Vivo Costimulation Blockade-induced Regulatory T Cells Demonstrate Dominant and Specific Tolerance to Porcine Islet XenograftsAlexander, Stephen; Burns, Heather; Hawthorne, Wayne; Hu, Min; Liuwantara, David; O'Connell, Philip; Qian, Y; Wu, Jingjing; Yi, Shounan; Childrens Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Western Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical Res; Western Clinical School: Surgery; Western Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical Res; Western Clinical School: Medicine (Westmead); Western Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical Res; Medicine; Western Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical Res; Western Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical ResIn Vivo Costimulation Blockade-induced Regulatory T Cells Demonstrate Dominant and Specific Tolerance to Porcine Islet Xenografts, Transplantation, vol.101, 7, 2017,pp 1587-1599
2014Increased Peripheral Proinflammatory T Helper Subsets Contribute to Cardiovascular Complications in Diabetic PatientsYi, Shounan; Chen, Li; He, Tian-yi; Li, Wenjuan; Lu, Yiran; Qin, Jun; Sun, Lei; Tang, Dongqi; Tian, Meng; Wu, Chuanlong; Zhao, Ruxing; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium InstituteIncreased Peripheral Proinflammatory T Helper Subsets Contribute to Cardiovascular Complications in Diabetic Patients, Mediators of Inflammation, vol.2014, N/A, 2014,pp 1-12
2009Investigation of porcine endogenous retrovirus in the conservation population of ningxiang pig.Hawthorne, Wayne; Simond, Denbigh; Yi, Shounan; Dong, Q.; Tong, Q.; Wang, W.; Xing, X.; Ye, B.; Ye, Z.; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Vet Science Faculty; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium InstituteInvestigation of porcine endogenous retrovirus in the conservation population of ningxiang pig., Transplantation Proceedings, vol.41, 10,pp 4389-4393