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2018, July
Zhang H, Henry C, Anderson CS, Nogales A, DeDiego ML, Bucukovski J, Martinez-Sobrido L, Wilson PC, Topham DJ, Miller BL
Crowd on a Chip: Label-Free Human Monoclonal Antibody Arrays for Serotyping Influenza.
PMID: 29985597

2018, May
Babu TM, Perera R, Wu JT, Fitzgerald T, Nolan C, Cowling BJ, Krauss S, Treanor JT, Peiris M
Population Serologic Immunity to human and avian H2N2 viruses in the United States and HongKong for Pandemic Risk Assessment.
PMID: 29762672

2018, April
Richards KA, DiPiazza AT, Rattan A, Knowlden ZAG, Yang H, Sant AJ
Diverse Epitope Specificity, Immunodominance Hierarchy, and Functional Avidity of Effector CD4T Cells Established During Priming Is Maintained in Lung After Influenza A Virus Infection.
PMID: 29681900

2018, April
DiPiazza A, Laniewski N, Rattan A, Topham DJ, Miller J, Sant AJ
CD4 T cell epitope specificity and cytokine potential are preserved as cells transition from the lung vasculature to lung tissue following influenza infection.
PMID: 29669836

2018, April
Sant AJ, Richards KA, Nayak J
Distinct and complementary roles of CD4 T cells in protective immunity to influenza virus.
PMID: 29621639

2018, Mar
Nogales A, Piepenbrink MS, Wang J, Ortega S, Basu M, Fucile CF, Treanor JJ, Rosenberg AF, Zand MS, Keefer MC, Martinez-Sobrido L, Kobie JJ
A Highly Potent and Broadly Neutralizing H1 Influenza-Specific Human Monoclonal Antibody.
PMID: 29531320

2018, Mar
Rodriguez L, Reedy S, Nogales A, Murcia PR, Chambers TM, Martinez-Sobrido L
Development of a novel equine influenza virus live-attenuated vaccine.
PMID: 29331866

2018, Feb
Anderson CS, McCall PR, Stern HA, Yang H, Topham DJ
Antigenic cartography of H1N1 influenza viruses using sequence-based antigenic distance calculation.
PMID: 29433425

2018, Feb
Chauché C, Nogales A, Zhu H, Goldfarb D, Ahmad Shanizza AI, Gu Q, Parrish CR, Martínez-Sobrido L, Marshall JF, Murcia PR
Mammalian Adaptation of an Avian Influenza A Virus Involves Stepwise Changes in NS1.
PMID: 29237841