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2016Editorial: State-of-the-art research on C1q and the classical complement pathwayKishore, U; Thielens, NM; Gaboriaud, C
2016Identification of the gC1qR sites for the HIV-1 viral envelope protein gp41 and the HCV core protein: Implications in viral-specific pathogenesis and therapyPednekar, L; Valentino, A; Ji, Y; Tumma, N; Valentino, C; Kadoor, A; Hosszu, KK; Ramadass, M; Kew, RR; Kishore, U; Peerschke, EIB; Ghebrehiwet, B
2016Surfactant protein D induces immune quiescence and apoptosis of mitogen-activated peripheral blood mononuclear cellsPandit, H; Thakur, G; Koippallil Gopalakrishnan, AR; Dodagatta-Marri, E; Patil, A; Kishore, U; Madan, T
2013Human surfactant protein D alters oxidative stress and HMGA1 expression to induce p53 apoptotic pathway in eosinophil leukemic cell lineMahajan, L; Pandit, H; Madan, T; Gautam, P; Yadav, AK; Warke, H; Sundaram, CS; Sirdeshmukh, R; Sarma, PU; Kishore, U; Surolia, A
2018Editorial: Macromolecular Structure Underlying Recognition in Innate ImmunityKishore, U
2018Pathological significance and prognostic value of Surfactant Protein D in cancerMangogna, A; Belmonte, B; Agostinis, C; Giuseppe, R; Gulino, A; Ferrara, I; Zanconati, F; Tripodo, C; Romano, F; Kishore, U; Bulla, R
2014Complement activation by carbon nanotubes and its influence on the phagocytosis and cytokine response by macrophagesPondman, KM; Sobik, M; Nayak, A; Tsolaki, AG; Jäkel, A; Flahaut, E; Hampel, S; ten Haken, B; Sim, RB; Kishore, U
2018Is the a-chain the engine that drives the diversity of C1q functions? Revisiting its unique structureGhebrehiwet, B; Kandov, E; Kishore, U; Peerschke, EIB
2018Complement dependent and independent interaction between bovine conglutinin and Mycobacterium bovis BCG: implications in bovine tuberculosisMehamood, A; Kouser, L; Kaur, A; Holmskov, U; A-Ahdal, MN; Sim, RB; Kishore, U; Tsolaki, AG
31-Mar-2019Transcriptomics and immunological analyses reveal a pro-angiogenic and anti-inflammatory phenotype for decidual endothelial cellsAgostinis, C; Masat, E; Bossi, F; Ricci, G; Menegazzi, R; Lombardelli, L; Zito, G; Mangogna, A; Degan, M; Gattei, V; Piccinni, M-P; Kishore, U; Bulla, R