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  • 1.   A comparison of strain and fluid shear stress in stimulating bone cell responses--a computational and experimental study

    The aim of this study was to test the hypothesis that bone cells respond differently to 0.6 Pa fluid shear stress and 1,000 mu(epsilon) substrate strain stimulation because of qualitative and quantitative differences in cellular deformation

    Faseb J, Vol: 19 Page: 482-4 March 2005
    J. G. McGarry; J. Klein-Nulend; M. G. Mullender; P. J. Prendergast

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  • 2.   Campylobacter jejuni adhere to and invade chicken intestinal epithelial cells in vitro

    The aim of this study was to compare the interaction of Campylobacter jejuni with primary intestinal cells from humans and poultry to identify factors that account for the divergent outcome following Campylobacter exposure

    Microbiology, Vol: 153 Page: 561-9 February 2007
    C. M. Byrne; M. Clyne; B. Bourke

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  • 3.   Helicobacter pylori infection of human and murine primary gastric cells

    The aim of this study was to examine the effect of Helicobacter pylori infection on human and murine primary gastric cells was determined

    Infect Immun, Vol: 72 Page: 5464-9 September 2004
    M. Clyne; B. Drumm

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  • 4.   Host cell tropism underlies species restriction of human and bovine Cryptosporidium parvum genotypes

    The aim of the study was to examine the urban-rural variation in mortality and hospital admission rates for unintentional injury in Ireland

    Infect Immun, Vol: 72 Page: 6125-31 October 2004
    A. Hashim; M. Clyne; G. Mulcahy; D. Akiyoshi; R. Chalmers; B. Bourke

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  • 5.   Human recent thymic emigrants--identification, expansion, and survival characteristics

    The aim of this study was to examine in humans at birth, circulating T cells represent recent thymic emigrants as reflected in their high level of expression of TCR excision circles

    J Immunol, Vol: 167 Page: 1970-6 August 2001
    J. Hassan; D. J. Reen

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  • 6.   IL-15 drives neonatal T cells to acquire CD56 and become activated effector cells

    The aim of this study was to examine the frequency of neonatal NK receptor-positive (NKR+) T cells and their expansionary properties with interleukin-2 (IL-2), IL-7, or IL-15

    Blood, Vol: 102 Page: 2195-7 September 2003
    S. Cookson; D. Reen

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  • 7.   IL-7-regulated homeostatic maintenance of recent thymic emigrants in association with caspase-mediated cell proliferation and apoptotic cell death

    The aim of this study was to examine the mechanisms involved in the regulation of cytokine-mediated expansion of naive T cells in the absence of Ag, in particular the role of caspase activation and susceptibility to apoptosis of recent thymic emigrants

    J Immunol, Vol: 170 Page: 4524-31 May 2003
    R. M. O'Neill; J. Hassan; D. J. Reen

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  • 8.   Induction and modulation of apoptosis in neonatal monocytes by polyunsaturated fatty acids

    The aim of this study was to examine if total parenteral nutrition-dependent infants may be particularly sensitive to polyunsaturated fatty acids effects, having a relatively poor capacity to both use and clear PUFAs.

    J Pediatr Surg, Vol: 42 Page: 620-8 April 2007
    B. Sweeney; P. Puri; D. J. Reen

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  • 9.   Interaction of Cryptosporidium hominis and Cryptosporidium parvum with primary human and bovine intestinal cells

    The aim of this study was to compare the mechanisms of Cryptosporidium parvum and Cryptosporidium hominis invasion using a primary cell model of infection

    Infect Immun, Vol: 74 Page: 99-107 January 2006
    A. Hashim; G. Mulcahy; B. Bourke; M. Clyne

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  • 10.   Interleukin 10, produced in abundance by human newborn T cells, may be the regulator of increased tolerance associated with cord blood stem cell transplantation

    The aim of this study was to examine how aspects of cord blood T-cell biology that Interleukin 10, produced in abundance by human newborn T cells, may be the regulator of increased tolerance associated with cord blood stem cell transplantation.

    Br J Haematol, Vol: 116 Page: 702-9 March 2002
    E. Rainsford; D. J. Reen

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  • 11.   Invasion of human epithelial cells by Campylobacter upsaliensis

    This characterized the ability of Campylobacter upsaliensis to invade both cultured epithelial cell lines and primary human small intestinal cells

    Cell Microbiol, Vol: 5 Page: 835-47 November 2003
    A. Mooney; C. Byrne; M. Clyne; K. Johnson-Henry; P. Sherman; B. Bourke

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  • 12.   Lipopolysaccharide induces rapid production of IL-10 by monocytes in the presence of apoptotic neutrophils

    The aim of this study was to examine the effect of apoptotic neutrophils on cytokine production by LPS-activated monocytes

    J Immunol, Vol: 168 Page: 1968-77 February 2002
    A. Byrne; D. J. Reen

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  • 13.   Lower filamentation rates of Candida dubliniensis contribute to its lower virulence in comparison with Candida albicans

    This study examined the range in classification of overweight - according to four standard assessment methods

    Fungal Genet Biol, Vol: 44 Page: 920-31 September 2007
    C. Stokes; G. P. Moran; M. J. Spiering; G. T. Cole; D. C. Coleman; D. J. Sullivan

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  • 14.   Maternal and neonatal lipopolysaccharide and Fas responses are altered by antenatal risk factors for sepsis

    The aim of this study was to test the hypothesize that exposure to antenatal risk factors for sepsis alters the perinatal neutrophil phenotype

    Clin Exp Immunol, Vol: 151 Page: 244-50 February 2008
    E. J. Molloy; A. J. O'Neill; J. J. Grantham-Sloan; D. W. Webb; R. W. Watson

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  • 15.   Non-bronchoscopic sampling and culture of bronchial epithelial cells in children

    The aim of this study was to examine the possibility of retrieving and culturing viable epithelial cells using a blind non-bronchoscopic method from children undergoing elective surgery

    Clin Exp Allergy, Vol: 33 Page: 1221-5 September 2003
    G. M. Doherty; S. N. Christie; G. Skibinski; S. M. Puddicombe; T. J. Warke; F. de Courcey; A. L. Cross; J. D. Lyons; M. Ennis; M. D. Shields; L. G. Heaney

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