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2010Expansion of anti-AFP Th1 and Tc1 responses in hepatocellular carcinoma occur in different stages of diseaseAlisa, A; Boswell, S; Anastassiou, J; Pathan, AA; Williams, R
2009Identification of major factors influencing ELISpot-based monitoring of cellular responses to antigens from mycobacterium tuberculosisSmith, SG; Joosten, SA; Verscheure, V; Pathan, AA; McShane, H, et al
2011A phase I study evaluating the safety and immunogenicity of MVA85A, a candidate TB vaccine, in HIV-infected adultsMinassian, AM; Rowland, R; Beveridge, NE; Poulton, ID; Satti, I, et al
2012A review of the tolerability of the candidate TB vaccine, MVA85A compared with BCG and Yellow Fever vaccines, and correlation between MVA85A vaccine reactogenicity and cellular immunogenicityRowland, R; Brittain, N; Poulton, ID; Minassian, AM; Sander, C, et al
2013Roles for Treg expansion and HMGB1 signaling through the TLR1-2-6 axis in determining the magnitude of the antigen-specific immune response to MVA85AMatsumiya, M; Stylianou, E; Griffiths, K; Lang, Z; Meyer, J, et al
2009Safety and immunogenicity of a new tuberculosis vaccine, MVA85A, in mycobacterium tuberculosis–infected individualsSander, CR; Pathan, AA; Beveridge, NER; Poulton, I; Minassian, A, et al
2009Safety and immunogenicity of boosting BCG vaccinated subjects with BCG: Comparison with boosting with a new TB vaccine, MVA85AWhelan, KT; Pathan, AA; Sander, CR; Fletcher, HA; Poulton, I, et al
2014Serum indoleamine 2,3-dioxygenase activity is associated with reduced immunogenicity following vaccination with MVA85A.Tanner, R; Kakalacheva, K; Miller, E; Pathan, AA; Chalk, R, et al
2011Th1/Th17 Cell Induction and Corresponding Reduction in ATP Consumption following Vaccination with the Novel Mycobacterium tuberculosis Vaccine MVA85AGriffiths, KL; Pathan, AA; Minassian, AM; Sander, CR; Beveridge, NER, et al