Items where Author is "Palmer, Ed"

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Palmer, Ed and Drobek, Ales and Stepanek, Ondrej. (2016) Opposing effects of actin signaling and LFA-1 on establishing the affinity threshold for inducing effector T-cell responses in mice. European Journal of Immunology, 46 (8). pp. 1887-1901.


Stepanek, Ondrej and Prabhakar, Arvind S. and Osswald, Celine and King, Carolyn G. and Bulek, Anna and Naeher, Dieter and Beaufils-Hugot, Marina and Abanto, Michael L. and Galati, Virginie and Hausmann, Barbara and Lang, Rosemarie and Cole, David K. and Huseby, Eric S. and Sewell, Andrew K. and Chakraborty, Arup K. and Palmer, Ed. (2014) Coreceptor scanning by the T cell receptor provides a mechanism for T cell tolerance. Cell, 159 (2). pp. 333-345.

Donath, Marc Y. and Hess, Christoph and Palmer, Ed. (2014) What is the role of autoimmunity in type 1 diabetes? A clinical perspective. Diabetologia, 57 (4). pp. 653-655.


Gascoigne, Nicholas R. J. and Palmer, Ed. (2011) Signaling in thymic selection. Current opinion in immunology, Vol. 23, no. 2. pp. 207-212.


Palmer, Ed and Naeher, Dieter. (2009) Affinity threshold for thymic selection through a T-cell receptor-co-receptor zipper. Nature reviews. Immunology, Vol. 9. pp. 207-213.

Teixeiro, Emma and Daniels, Mark A. and Hamilton, Sara E. and Schrum, Adam G. and Bragado, Rafael and Jameson, Stephen C. and Palmer, Ed. (2009) Different T cell receptor signals determine CD8+ memory versus effector development. Science, Vol. 323. pp. 502-505.

Gascoigne, Nicholas R. J. and Ampudia, Jeanette and Clamme, Jean-Pierre and Fu, Guo and Lotz, Carina and Mallaun, Michel and Niederberger, Nathalie and Palmer, Ed and Rybakin, Vasily and Yachi, Pia P. and Zal, Tomasz. (2009) Visualizing intermolecular interactions in T cells. Current topics in microbiology and immunology, Vol. 334. pp. 31-46.

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