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15-Jun-2017Antimicrobial peptide-loaded hyaluronic acid-based formulations, method of production and uses thereofGama, F. M.; Silva, João Pedro; Appelberg, Rui, et al.Patent Open access
2016Antimicrobial peptides as novel anti-tuberculosis therapeuticsSilva, João Pedro Martins Soares Castro; Appelberg, Rui; Gama, F. M.ArticleOpen access
2015BCG vaccination-induced long-lasting control of Mycobacterium tuberculosis correlates with the accumulation of a novel population of CD4+IL-17+TNF+IL-2+ T cellsCruz, Andrea Patrícia Ribeiro; Torrado, Egídio; Carmona, Jenny, et al.ArticleOpen access
Dec-2015Biomedical applications of human cathelicidinGama, F. M.; Silva, João P.; Martins-Green, Manuela, et al.AbstractOpen access
2014Delivery of antimicrobial peptides for the treatment of mycobacteriosisSilva, João P.; Costa, César Oliveira; Sousa, Jeremy Nicolas Carvalho, et al.AbstractOpen access
10-Jul-2016Delivery of LLKKK18 loaded into self-assembling hyaluronic acid nanogel for tuberculosis treatmentSilva, João P.; Gonçalves, Carine; Costa, C., et al.ArticleOpen access
6-Jul-2017Delivery of nanogel formulations with antimicrobial peptides for the treatment of mycobacteriosisSilva-Carvalho, Ricardo; Cristelo, C.; Silva, João Pedro, et al.AbstractOpen access
Jan-2010Dissemination of mycobacteria to the thymus renders newly generated T cells tolerant to the invading pathogenNobrega, Claudia; Roque, Susana; Nunes-Alves, Cláudio, et al.ArticleOpen access
2019IFN-γ-dependent reduction of erythrocyte life span leads to anemia during mycobacterial infectionGomes, Ana Cordeiro; Moreira, Ana C.; Silva, Tânia, et al.ArticleRestricted access (Author)
15-Jun-2007IL-10 underlies distinct susceptibility of BALB/c and C57BL/6 mice to Mycobacterium avium infection and influences efficacy of antibiotic therapyRoque, Susana; Nobrega, Claudia; Appelberg, Rui, et al.ArticleOpen access
Sep-2015IL-17A promotes intracellular growth of Mycobacterium by inhibiting apoptosis of infected macrophagesCruz, Andrea; Ludovico, Paula; Torrado, Egídio, et al.ArticleOpen access
15-Aug-2017Innate IFN-γ-Producing Cells Developing in the Absence of IL-2 Receptor Common γ-ChainResende, Mariana; Cardoso, Marcos S.; Ribeiro, Ana R., et al.ArticleOpen access
Sep-2015Lack of the transcription factor hypoxia-inducible factor (HIF)-1α in macrophages accelerates the necrosis of Mycobacterium avium-induced granulomasCardoso, Marcos S.; Silva, Tânia M.; Resende, Mariana, et al.ArticleOpen access
2013Lipoarabinomannan mannose caps do not affect mycobacterial virulence or the induction of protective immunity in experimental animal models of infection and have minimal impact on in vitro inflammatory responsesBarroso, António Afonso; Clark, Simon O.; Williams, Ann, et al.ArticleOpen access
Oct-2012Molecular and cellular mechanisms of Mycobacterium avium-induced thymic atrophyBorges, Margarida; Silva, Palmira Conceição Araújo Barreira; Flórido, Manuela, et al.ArticleOpen access
Oct-2011Mycobacteria-induced anaemia revisited : a molecular approach reveals the involvement of NRAMP1 and lipocalin-2, but not of hepcidinRodrigues, Pedro; Gomes, Sandro S.; Neves, João V., et al.ArticleOpen access
2007The thymus as a target for mycobacterial infectionsNobrega, Claudia; Cardona, Pere-Joan; Roque, Susana, et al.ArticleRestricted access (UMinho)
Aug-2015The Warburg effect in mycobacterial granulomas is dependent on the recruitment and activation of macrophages by interferon-γAppelberg, Rui; Moreira, Diana; Silva, Palmira Conceição Araújo Barreira, et al.ArticleOpen access
Nov-2019TNF-mediated compensatory immunity to mycobacterium avium in the absence of macrophage activation by IFN-γResende, Mariana; Cardoso, Marcos S.; Fróis-Martins, Ricardo, et al.ArticleRestricted access (Author)
2016Type I IFN inhibits alternative macrophage activation during mycobacterium tuberculosis infection and leads to enhanced protection in the absence of IFN-gamma signalingMoreira-Teixeira, Lúcia; Sousa, Jeremy Nicolas Carvalho; McNab, Finlay W., et al.ArticleOpen access