Allen Lab
Allen Lab
Faculty of Life Sciences, University of Manchester
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Macrophage activation and polarization: nomenclature and experimental guidelines
PJ Murray, JE Allen, SK Biswas, EA Fisher, DW Gilroy, S Goerdt, ...
Immunity 41 (1), 14-20, 2014
Tissue-resident macrophages
LC Davies, SJ Jenkins, JE Allen, PR Taylor
Nature immunology 14 (10), 986-995, 2013
Local macrophage proliferation, rather than recruitment from the blood, is a signature of TH2 inflammation
SJ Jenkins, D Ruckerl, PC Cook, LH Jones, FD Finkelman, N Van Rooijen, ...
science 332 (6035), 1284-1288, 2011
Helminth parasites–masters of regulation
RM Maizels, A Balic, N Gomez‐Escobar, M Nair, MD Taylor, JE Allen
Immunological reviews 201 (1), 89-116, 2004
Diversity and dialogue in immunity to helminths
JE Allen, RM Maizels
Nature Reviews Immunology 11 (6), 375-388, 2011
Beyond stem cells: self-renewal of differentiated macrophages
MH Sieweke, JE Allen
Science 342 (6161), 1242974, 2013
Th1-Th2: reliable paradigm or dangerous dogma?
JE Allen, RM Maizels
Immunology today 18 (8), 387-392, 1997
IL-4 dependent alternatively-activated macrophages have a distinctive in vivo gene expression phenotype
MG Nair, J Parkinson, D Guiliano, M Blaxter, JE Allen
BMC immunology 3 (1), 1-11, 2002
Type 2 immunity and wound healing: evolutionary refinement of adaptive immunity by helminths
WC Gause, TA Wynn, JE Allen
Nature Reviews Immunology 13 (8), 607-614, 2013
Evolutionary causes and consequences of immunopathology
AL Graham, JE Allen, AF Read
Annu. Rev. Ecol. Evol. Syst. 36, 373-397, 2005
Removal of regulatory T cell activity reverses hyporesponsiveness and leads to filarial parasite clearance in vivo
MD Taylor, L LeGoff, A Harris, E Malone, JE Allen, RM Maizels
The Journal of Immunology 174 (8), 4924-4933, 2005
IL-4 directly signals tissue-resident macrophages to proliferate beyond homeostatic levels controlled by CSF-1
SJ Jenkins, D Ruckerl, GD Thomas, JP Hewitson, S Duncan, ...
Journal of Experimental Medicine 210 (11), 2477-2491, 2013
Evolution of Th2 immunity: a rapid repair response to tissue destructive pathogens
JE Allen, TA Wynn
PLoS pathogens 7 (5), e1002003, 2011
Tissue-specific contribution of macrophages to wound healing
CM Minutti, JA Knipper, JE Allen, DMW Zaiss
Seminars in cell & developmental biology 61, 3-11, 2017
Alternative activation is an innate response to injury that requires CD4+ T cells to be sustained during chronic infection
I Gallagher, MG Nair, X Zang, F Brombacher, M Mohrs, JP Allison, ...
The Journal of Immunology 179 (6), 3926-3936, 2007
Alternatively activated macrophages derived from monocytes and tissue macrophages are phenotypically and functionally distinct
UM Gundra, NM Girgis, D Ruckerl, S Jenkins, LN Ward, ZD Kurtz, ...
Blood, The Journal of the American Society of Hematology 123 (20), e110-e122, 2014
Chitinase and Fizz family members are a generalized feature of nematode infection with selective upregulation of Ym1 and Fizz1 by antigen-presenting cells
MG Nair, IJ Gallagher, MD Taylor, P Loke, PS Coulson, RA Wilson, ...
Infection and immunity 73 (1), 385-394, 2005
Macrophages in chronic type 2 inflammation have a novel phenotype characterized by the abundant expression of Ym1 and Fizz1 that can be partly replicated in vitro
MG Nair, DW Cochrane, JE Allen
Immunology letters 85 (2), 173-180, 2003
Alternatively activated macrophages induced by nematode infection inhibit proliferation via cell‐to‐cell contact
P Loke, AS MacDonald, A Robb, RM Maizels, JE Allen
European journal of immunology 30 (9), 2669-2678, 2000
Interleukin-4 receptor α signaling in myeloid cells controls collagen fibril assembly in skin repair
JA Knipper, S Willenborg, J Brinckmann, W Bloch, T Maaß, R Wagener, ...
Immunity 43 (4), 803-816, 2015
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