Associate Professor Anthony PAPENFUSS

Principal Fellow (Associate)

School of Mathematics and Statistics

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Recent Publications

  • Lucille C Rankin, Mathilde JH Girard-Madoux, Cyril Seillet, Lisa A Mielke, Yann Kerdiles, Aurore Fenis, Elisabeth Wieduwild, Tracy Putoczki, Stanislas Mondot, Olivier Lantz, Dieter Demon, A. Papenfuss, G. Smyth, Mohamed Lamkanfi, Sebastian Carotta, Jean-Christophe Renauld, Wei Shi, Sabrina Carpentier, Tim Soos, Christopher Arendt, Sophie Ugolini, Nicholas D Huntington, Gabrielle T Bez, Eric Vivier, GT Belz. Complementarity and redundancy of IL-22-producing innate lymphoid cells. Nature Immunology, 17, 179-186, 2016. doi: 10.1038/ni.3332.

  • Iris Tan, Leanne Mackin, Nancy Wang, A. Papenfuss, Colleen Elso, Michelle Ashton, Fiona Quirk, B. Phipson, M. Bahlo, T. Speed, G. Smyth, Grant Morahan, Thomas Brodnicki. Congenic mouse strains identify a novel gene for which allelic variation affects susceptibility to type 1 diabetes. Journal of Immunology, 186, 2011.

  • KT Tan, L Mackin, NW Wang, A. Papenfuss, C Elso, MPA Ashton, F Quirk, B. Phipson, M. Bahlo, T. Speed, G. Smyth, G Morahan, T Brodnicki. A recombination hotspot leads to sequence variability within a novel gene (AK005651) and contributes to type 1 diabetes susceptibility. Genome Research, 20, 1629-1638, 2010. doi: 10.1101/gr.101881.109.

  • SH Naik, P Sathe, HY Park, D Metcalf, AI Proietto, A Dakic, S Carotta, M. Bahlo, A. Papenfuss, JY Kwak, L Wu, K Shortman. Erratum: Development of plasmacytoid and conventional dendritic cell subtypes from single precursor cells derived in vitro and in vivo (Nature Immunology (2007) 10.1038/ni1522). Nature Immunology, 8, 2007.

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