Her scientific interests lie mostly in Molecular biology, Epitope, MHC class I, Antigen and Major histocompatibility complex. Her Molecular biology research incorporates themes from Immune system, Antigen presentation, Transporter associated with antigen processing, Cell biology and Viral protein. Her Epitope study combines topics in areas such as ELISPOT, CTL* and Virology.
In her work, Myosin is strongly intertwined with Peptide sequence, which is a subfield of Antigen. Her work on Antigen processing as part of general Major histocompatibility complex research is often related to Peptide transport, thus linking different fields of science. Her CD8 research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Vaccinia, ER retention, Virus and Biochemistry.
Laurence C. Eisenlohr mostly deals with Virology, Antigen, Epitope, Immunology and MHC class I. Her Virology study also includes
Vaccinia and related Immunity,
CD8 which is related to area like Antibody. Her study on Antigen also encompasses disciplines like
Antigen presentation which is related to area like Major histocompatibility complex, Antigen-presenting cell and CD74,
T cell and related Cytotoxic T cell.
The concepts of her Epitope study are interwoven with issues in Molecular biology, ELISPOT, CTL* and Endosome. Her work on Immune system, Inflammation and Acquired immune system as part of general Immunology study is frequently linked to Context and Presentation, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. Her MHC class I research focuses on Antigen processing in particular.
Her primary areas of investigation include Virology, CD8, Virus, Immune system and Cytotoxic T cell. Her Virology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cell, Insertion, Immunization, Immunogenicity and Vaccinia. Her CD8 research incorporates elements of HEK 293 cells, Norovirus, Caliciviridae Infections, Cell biology and Antibody.
As part of the same scientific family, she usually focuses on Virus, concentrating on Gene and intersecting with Protein kinase R. Laurence C. Eisenlohr studied Cytotoxic T cell and T cell that intersect with Antigen, Epitope, Chronic infection and Viral replication. Her Antigen presentation study is concerned with the larger field of Immunology.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Immune system, Neutralizing antibody, Virology, Messenger RNA and Immunization. Her primary area of study in Immune system is in the field of T cell. Her T cell research is multidisciplinary, relying on both B cell, Antigen, Affinity maturation, Molecular biology and Murine norovirus.
Her Neutralizing antibody study which covers Germinal center that intersects with Cell, Recombinant DNA and Cell type. As part of her studies on Virology, Laurence C. Eisenlohr frequently links adjacent subjects like CD8. In her study, Transduction and Gene is inextricably linked to Virus, which falls within the broad field of Antibody.
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The AIM2 inflammasome is critical for innate immunity to Francisella tularensis
Teresa Fernandes-Alnemri;Je-Wook Yu;Je-Wook Yu;Christine Juliana;Leobaldo Solorzano.
Nature Immunology (2010)
Intratumoral recombinant GM-CSF-encoding virus as gene therapy in patients with cutaneous melanoma.
Michael J Mastrangelo;Henry C Maguire;Laurence C Eisenlohr;Carol E Laughlin.
Cancer Gene Therapy (1999)
Antigen processing in vivo and the elicitation of primary CTL responses.
Nicholas P. Restifo;Igor Bačík;Kari R. Irvine;Jonathan W. Yewdell.
Journal of Immunology (1995)
MHC affinity, peptide liberation, T cell repertoire, and immunodominance all contribute to the paucity of MHC class I-restricted peptides recognized by antiviral CTL.
Y Deng;J W Yewdell;L C Eisenlohr;J R Bennink.
Journal of Immunology (1997)
Impaired Assembly yet Normal Trafficking of MHC Class I Molecules in Tapasin Mutant Mice
Andres G Grandea;Tatiana N Golovina;Sara E Hamilton;Venkataraman Sriram.
Flanking sequences influence the presentation of an endogenously synthesized peptide to cytotoxic T lymphocytes.
L C Eisenlohr;J W Yewdell;J R Bennink.
Journal of Experimental Medicine (1992)
The Immunogenicity of a New Human Minor Histocompatibility Antigen Results from Differential Antigen Processing
Anthony G. Brickner;Edus H. Warren;Edus H. Warren;Jennifer A. Caldwell;Yoshiki Akatsuka;Yoshiki Akatsuka.
Journal of Experimental Medicine (2001)
The induction of virus-specific CTL as a function of increasing epitope expression: responses rise steadily until excessively high levels of epitope are attained.
E. John Wherry;Kristin A. Puorro;Angel Porgador;Laurence C. Eisenlohr.
Journal of Immunology (1999)
Antigen presentation requires transport of MHC class I molecules from the endoplasmic reticulum.
JH Cox;JW Yewdell;LC Eisenlohr;PR Johnson.
A cytosolic pathway for MHC class II–restricted antigen processing that is proteasome and TAP dependent
Mona K Tewari;Gomathinayagam Sinnathamby;Deepa Rajagopal;Laurence C Eisenlohr.
Nature Immunology (2005)
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