Department of Immunology Publications

Publications (original articles or review articles) published in 2006 from OUS - NKRG

3 publications found

Granum S, Sundvold-Gjerstad V, Dai KZ, Kolltveit KM, Hildebrand K, Huitfeldt HS, Lea T, Spurkland A (2006)
Structure function analysis of SH2D2A isoforms expressed in T cells reveals a crucial role for the proline rich region encoded by SH2D2A exon 7
BMC Immunol, 7, 15
DOI 10.1186/1471-2172-7-15, PubMed 16839418

Kveberg L, Bäck CJ, Dai KZ, Inngjerdingen M, Rolstad B, Ryan JC, Vaage JT, Naper C (2006)
The novel inhibitory NKR-P1C receptor and Ly49s3 identify two complementary, functionally distinct NK cell subsets in rats
J Immunol, 176 (7), 4133-40
DOI 10.4049/jimmunol.176.7.4133, PubMed 16547249

Kveberg L, Dai KZ, Dissen E, Ryan JC, Rolstad B, Vaage JT, Naper C (2006)
Strain-dependent expression of four structurally related rat Ly49 receptors; correlation with NK gene complex haplotype and NK alloreactivity
Immunogenetics, 58 (11), 905-16
DOI 10.1007/s00251-006-0154-x, PubMed 17028855

Publications

Publications (original articles or review articles) published in 2006 from OUS - NKRG

3 publications found

Granum S, Sundvold-Gjerstad V, Dai KZ, Kolltveit KM, Hildebrand K, Huitfeldt HS, Lea T, Spurkland A (2006)
Structure function analysis of SH2D2A isoforms expressed in T cells reveals a crucial role for the proline rich region encoded by SH2D2A exon 7
BMC Immunol, 7, 15
DOI 10.1186/1471-2172-7-15, PubMed 16839418

Kveberg L, Bäck CJ, Dai KZ, Inngjerdingen M, Rolstad B, Ryan JC, Vaage JT, Naper C (2006)
The novel inhibitory NKR-P1C receptor and Ly49s3 identify two complementary, functionally distinct NK cell subsets in rats
J Immunol, 176 (7), 4133-40
DOI 10.4049/jimmunol.176.7.4133, PubMed 16547249

Kveberg L, Dai KZ, Dissen E, Ryan JC, Rolstad B, Vaage JT, Naper C (2006)
Strain-dependent expression of four structurally related rat Ly49 receptors; correlation with NK gene complex haplotype and NK alloreactivity
Immunogenetics, 58 (11), 905-16
DOI 10.1007/s00251-006-0154-x, PubMed 17028855