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Sy, M., M. Kitazawa, R. Medeiros, L. Whitman, D. Cheng, T.E. Lane, and F.M. LaFerla. (2011). Inflammation induced by infection potentiates tau pathology in transgenic mice. American J. Pathology, In press.|
Kohler, A., K. De Filippo, M. Hasenberg, C. Nitschke, E. Nye, M.P. Hosking, T.E. Lane, L. Mann, R.M. Ransohoff, A.E. Hauser, W. Winter, B. Schraven, H. Geiger, N. Hogg, and M. Gunzer. (2011). Thrombopoietin-stimulated megakaryocytes control neutrophil motility and mobilization from bone marrow by release of CXCR2 ligands. Blood, In press.
Held, K.S., O. Steward, C. Blanc, and T.E. Lane. (2010). Impaired immune responses following spinal cord injury leads to reduced ability to control viral replication. Exp. Neurol. 226(1):242-53.
Liu, L., L. Darnall, T. Hu, K. Choi, T.E. Lane, and R.M. Ransohoff. (2010). Myelin repair is accelerated by inactivating CXCR2 on nonhematopoietic cells. J. Neuroscience, 30(27):9074-83.
Tirotta, E., K.S. Carbajal, C.S. Schaumburg, L. Whitman, and T.E. Lane (2010). Cell replacement therapies to promote remyelination in a viral model of demyelination. J. Neuroimmunology, 224(1-2):101-7.
Denes, A., N.Humphreys, T.E. Lane, R. Grencis, and N. Rothwell. (2010). Chronic systemic infection exacerbates ischaemic brain damage via a CCL5 (RANTES) mediated proinflammatory response. J. Neuroscience. 30(30):10086-95.
Hosking, M.P., E. Tirotta, R.M. Ransohoff, and T.E. Lane. (2010). CXCR2 signaling protects oligodendrocytes and restricts demyelination in a mouse model of viral-induced demyelination. PLoS One. 5(6):e11340.
Carbajal, K.S., C. Schaumburg, R. Strieter, J. Kane, and T.E. Lane. (2010). Migration of engrafted neural stem cells is mediated by CXCL12 signaling through CXCR4 in a viral model of multiple sclerosis. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 107(24):11068-73.
Hosking, M.P. and T.E. Lane (2010). The role of chemokines during viral infection of the CNS. Pearl Article: PLoS Pathogens. 6(7):e1000937.
Hosking, M.P. and T.E. Lane (2010). The pathogenesis of murine coronavirus infection of the central nervous system. Crit. Rev. Immuno. 30(2):119-130.
Liu, L., A. Belkadi, L. Darnall, T. Hu, C. Drescher, A.C. Cotleur, D. Padovani-Claudio, T. He, K. Choi, T.E. Lane, R.H. Miller, and R.M. Ransohoff. (2010). CXCR2+ neutrophils play an essential role in cuprizone-induced demyelination: relevance to multiple sclerosis. Nature Neuroscience. 13(3):319-326.
Hosking, M.P. and T.E. Lane. (2009). The biology of persistent infection: Inflammation and demyelination following murine coronavirus infection of the central nervous system. Current Immuno. Rev. 5(4):267-276.
Hosking, M.P., L. Liu, R.M. Ransohoff, and T.E. Lane. (2009). A protective role for ELR+ chemokines during acute viral encephalomyelitis. PLoS Pathogen.5(11)e1000648.
Drennen, M.B., A. Franki, P. Dewint, K. Van Beneden, S. Seeuws, S.A. van de Pavert, E.C. Reilly, G. Verbruggen, T.E. Lane, R.E. Mebius, D. Deforce, and D. Elewaut. (2009). Cutting Edge: The chemokine receptor CXCR3 retains invariant natural killer T cells in the thymus. J. Immunology, 183(4):2213-2216.
Hatch, M.N., C.S. Schaumburg, T.E. Lane*, and H.S. Keirstead*. (2009). Endogenous remyelination is induced by transplant rejection in a viral model of multiple sclerosis. J. Neuroimmunology. 212(1-2):74-81.
Stiles, L.N., M.T. Liu, J.A.C. Kane, and T.E. Lane (2009). CXCL10 and trafficking of virus-specific T cells during coronavirus demyelination. Autoimmunity.42(6):484-491.
Whitman, L.M., H. Zhou, S. Perlman, and T.E. Lane (2009). IFN-gamma mediates suppression of coronavirus replication in glial-committed progenitor cells. Virology, 384(1):209-215.