Publications for Sabita Rana 2015

Publications for Sabita Rana
Publications for Sabita Rana
Byrne, S., Hammond, K., Chan, C., Rogers, L.,
Beaugie, C., Rana, S., Marsh-Wakefield, F.,
Thurman, J., Halliday, G. (2015). The alternative
complement component factor B regulates
UV-induced oedema, systemic suppression of
contact and delayed hypersensitivity, and mast
cell infiltration into the skin. Photochemical &
Photobiological Sciences, 14(4), 801-806. <a
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Getts, D., Terry, R., Getts, M., Muller, M., Rana,
S., Deffrasnes, C., Ashhurst, T., Radford, J.,
Hofer, M., Thomas, S., Campbell, I., King, N.
(2012). Targeted blockade in lethal West Nile
virus encephalitis indicates a crucial role for very
late antigen (VLA)-4-dependent recruitment of
nitric oxide-producing macrophages. Journal of
Neuroinflammation, 9(1), 1-8. <a
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Getts, D., Terry, R., Getts, M., Muller, M., Rana,
S., Shrestha, B., Radford, J., Van Rooijen, N.,
Campbell, I., King, N. (2008). Ly6c+
"inflammatory monocytes" are microglial
precursors recruited in a pathogenic manner in
West Nile virus encephalitis. The Journal of
Experimental Medicine, 205(10), 2319-2337. <a
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Rana, S., Byrne, S., MacDonald, L., Chan, C.,
Halliday, G. (2008). Ultraviolet B Suppresses
Immunity by Inhibiting Effector and Memory T
Cells. The American Journal of Pathology,
172(4), 993-1004. <a
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Halliday, G., Rana, S. (2008). Waveband and
dose dependency of sunlight-induced
immunomodulation and cellular changes.
Photochemistry and Photobiology, 84(1), 35-46.
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Halliday, G., Zhou, Y., Sou, P., Huang, X., Rana,
S., Bugeja, M., Painter, N., Scolyer, R.,
Muchardt, C., Di Girolamo, N., Lyons, G.
(2012). The absence of Brm exacerbates
photocarcinogenesis. Experimental Dermatology,
21(8), 599-604. <a
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Halliday, G., Rana, S. (2007). The effects of
solar radiation on the immune response in
humans. In Paolo U Giacomoni (Eds.),
Biophysical and Physiological Effects of Solar
Radiation on Human Skin: Comprehensive
Series in Photochemical & Photobiological
Sciences, (pp. 127-163). United Kingdom: Royal
Society of Chemistry.
Halliday, G., Damian, D., Rana, S., Byrne, S.
(2012). The suppressive effects of ultraviolet
radiation on immunity in the skin and internal
organs: Implications for autoimmunity. Journal
of Dermatological Science, 66(3), 176-182. <a
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Rana, S., Rogers, L., Halliday, G. (2011).
Systemic Low-Dose UVB Inhibits CD8 T Cells
and Skin Inflammation by Alternative and Novel
Mechanisms. The American Journal of
Pathology, 178(6), 2783-2791. <a
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Rana, S., MacDonald, L., Halliday, G. (2010).
Immunosuppressive ultraviolet-A radiation
inhibits the development of skin memory CD8 T
cells. Photochemical and Photobiological
Sciences, 9(1), 25-30. <a
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King, N., Getts, D., Getts, M., Rana, S.,
Shrestha, B., Kesson, A. (2006).
Immunopathology of flavivirus infections.
Immunology and Cell Biology, 85(1), 33-42. <a
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Rana, S., MacDonald, L., Byrne, S., Halliday, G.
(2005). Ultraviolet-B radiation inhibits local T
cell activation and suppresses the development of
memory T cells. Tissue Antigens: immune
response genetics, 66(5), 522 (Abstract