His primary scientific interests are in Immunology, Antibody, Immune system, Antigen and Immunoglobulin A. Immunology is closely attributed to Microbiology in his research. The Cholera toxin research Michael W. Russell does as part of his general Microbiology study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Hemolysin Proteins, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
Michael W. Russell has researched Antibody in several fields, including Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae. His work on Immunoglobulin M as part of general Antigen research is frequently linked to Glomerulonephritis, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. The Immunoglobulin A study combines topics in areas such as Phagocytosis, Monoclonal antibody, Bacterial adhesin and Saliva.
Michael W. Russell mainly focuses on Immunology, Antibody, Antigen, Immune system and Microbiology. His Immunology study frequently links to other fields, such as Neisseria gonorrhoeae. His research integrates issues of Enterotoxin, Subclass, Molecular biology, Adjuvant and Streptococcus mutans in his study of Antigen.
His research in Immune system focuses on subjects like Receptor, which are connected to Cell biology. His Cholera toxin study in the realm of Microbiology connects with subjects such as Heterologous. His Immunoglobulin A study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Proteases and Phagocytosis.
His primary areas of study are Immune system, Immunology, Neisseria gonorrhoeae, Antibody and Microbiology. In his research, Homeostasis is intimately related to Antigen, which falls under the overarching field of Immune system. His Immunology study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Bacterial disease.
His work in Neisseria gonorrhoeae addresses issues such as Immunity, which are connected to fields such as Virology, Respiratory system, Immunoglobulin A and Effector. His Antibody research integrates issues from Streptococcus pneumoniae, Haemophilus influenzae, Neisseria meningitidis, Mucosal immunity and Glycoside hydrolase. His research investigates the link between Microbiology and topics such as Immunoglobulin G that cross with problems in T helper cell.
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Terminology: nomenclature of mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue
P Brandtzaeg;H Kiyono;R Pabst;M W Russell.
Mucosal Immunology (2008)
Defense mechanisms involving Fc-dependent functions of immunoglobulin A and their subversion by bacterial immunoglobulin A proteases.
M Kilian;J Mestecky;M W Russell.
Microbiological Research (1988)
Intestinal Macrophages Lack CD14 and CD89 and Consequently Are Down-Regulated for LPS- and IgA-Mediated Activities
Phillip D. Smith;Lesley E. Smythies;Meg Mosteller-Barnum;Don A. Sibley.
Journal of Immunology (2001)
Induction of mucosal immunity by intranasal application of a streptococcal surface protein antigen with the cholera toxin B subunit.
Hong-Yin Wu;M. W. Russell.
Infection and Immunity (1993)
The human IgA system: A reassessment☆
Jiri Mestecky;Michael W. Russell;Susan Jackson;Thomas A. Brown.
Clinical Immunology and Immunopathology (1986)
Structure and function relationships in IgA
J M Woof;M W Russell.
Mucosal Immunology (2011)
Intestinal IgA: novel views on its function in the defence of the largest mucosal surface
J Mestecky;M W Russell;C O Elson.
Intranasal Immunization of Mice with PspA (Pneumococcal Surface Protein A) Can Prevent Intranasal Carriage, Pulmonary Infection, and Sepsis with Streptococcus pneumoniae
Hong-Yin Wu;Moon H. Nahm;Y. Guo;Michael W. Russell.
The Journal of Infectious Diseases (1997)
Salivary, nasal, genital, and systemic antibody responses in monkeys immunized intranasally with a bacterial protein antigen and the Cholera toxin B subunit.
M W Russell;Z Moldoveanu;P L White;G J Sibert.
Infection and Immunity (1996)
NASAL LYMPHOID TISSUE, INTRANASAL IMMUNIZATION, AND COMPARTMENTALIZATION OF THE COMMON MUCOSAL IMMUNE SYSTEM
Hong-Yin Wu;Michael W. Russell.
Immunologic Research (1997)
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