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11993AIDS in Taiwan. InfectionChuang, Che-YenInfection 
21994Antihistoplasma effect of activated mouse splenic macrophages involves production of reactive nitrogen intermediatesBETTY AN-YE WU-HSIEH Infection and Immunity 
32008C-terminal repeats of Clostridium difficile toxin a induce production of chemokine and adhesion molecules in endothelial cells and promote migration of leukocytesJEAN-SAN CHIA ; Yeh, Chiou-Yueh; Lin, Chun-Nan; Lin, Chun-Nan; Chang, Chuan-Fa; Lin, Chun-Hung; Lin, Chun-Hung; Lien, Huei-Ting; Lien, Huei-Ting; Chen, Jen-Yang; Chia, Jean-San Infection and Immunity 1313
42008Candida albicans uses multiple mechanisms to acquire the essential metabolite inositol during infectionChen, Y.-L.; Kauffman, S.; Reynolds, T.B.; YING-LIEN CHEN Infection and Immunity 3636
52005Characterization of the Dapa-Nlpb Genetic Locus Involved in Regulation of Swarming Motility, Cell Envelope Architecture, Hemolysin Production, and Cell Attachment Ability in Serratia MarcescensSoo, P.-C.; Wei, J.-R.; Horng, Y.-T.; Hsieh, S.-C.; Ho, S.-W.; Lai, H.-C.; 賴信志INFECTION AND IMMUNITY 
62003Combined Treatment with Interleukin-12 and Mebendazole Lessens the Severity of Experimental Eosinophilic Meningitis Caused by Angiostrongylus Cantonensis in Icr MiceDu, W.-Y.; Liao, J.-W.; Fan, C.-K.; Su, K.-E.INFECTION AND IMMUNITY 
72003Combined treatment with interleukin-12 and mebendazole lessens the severity of experimental eosinophilic meningitis caused by Angiostrongylus cantonensis in ICR mice.Du, WY; Liao, JW; Fan, Ck; Su, KEInfection and Immunity 
82009Deltex1 Is a Target of the Transcription Factor Nfat That Promotes T Cell AnergyHsiao, Huey-Wen; Liu, Wen-Hsien; Wang, Chen-Jhe; Lo, Yu-Hsun; Wu, Yung-Hsuan; Jiang, Si-Tse; Lai, Ming-ZongImmunity 5147
91995Direct binding of the Mtv7 superantigen (Mls-1) to soluble MHC class II moleculesMottershead, DG; Hsu, PN; Urban, RG; Strominger, JL; Huber, BT.Immunity 
101992Early activation of splenic macrophages by tumor necrosis factor alpha is important in determining the outcome of experimental histoplasmosis in miceWU-HSIEH, BETTY; LEE, GER-SHUNG; FRANCO MARCELLO; HOFMAN FLORENCE M.; 伍安怡INFECTION AND IMMUNITY 
111992Early activation of splenic macrophages by tumor necrosis factor alpha is important in determining the outcome of experimental histoplasmosis in miceBETTY AN-YE WU-HSIEH Infection and Immunity 
121992Erratum: Early activation of splenic macrophages by tumor necrosis factor alpha is important in determining the outcome of experimental histoplasmosis in mice (Infection and Immunity (1992) 60:10 (4232))BETTY AN-YE WU-HSIEH Infection and Immunity 
131995Erratum: Impaired responsiveness to gamma interferon of macrophages infected with lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus clone 13: Susceptibility to histoplasmosis (Infection and Immunity (1995) 63:4 (1469))BETTY AN-YE WU-HSIEH Infection and Immunity 
141994Expression of inducible nitric oxide synthase by stimulated macrophages correlates with their antihistoplasma activityBETTY AN-YE WU-HSIEH Infection and Immunity 
151998Functional analyses of a conserved region in glucosyltransferases of Streptococcus mutansJEAN-SAN CHIA Infection and Immunity 
161993Gamma interferon cooperates with lipopolysaccharide to activate mouse splenic macrophages to an antihistoplasma stateBETTY AN-YE WU-HSIEH Infection and Immunity 
172006Glucosyltransferases of viridans group streptococci modulate interleukin-6 and adhesion molecule expression in endothelial cells and augment monocytic cell adherenceJEAN-SAN CHIA Infection and Immunity 1816
182009Humoral Immunity against Capsule Polysaccharide Protects the Host from magA+ Klebsiella pneumoniae-Induced Lethal Disease by Evading Toll-Like Receptor 4 SignalingWu, Ming-Fang; Yang, Chih-Ya; Lin, Tzu-Lung; Wang, Jin-Town ; Yang, Feng-Ling; Wu, Shih-Hsiung; Hu, Bor-Shen; Chou, Teh-Ying; Tsai, Ming-Daw; Lin, Chi-Hung; Hsieh, Shie-LiangInfection and Immunity 3331
192000Identification of a fibronectin binding protein from Streptococcus mutansJEAN-SAN CHIA Infection and Immunity 3635
202001Identification of stress-responsive genes in Streptococcus mutans by differential display reverse transcription-PCRJEAN-SAN CHIA Infection and Immunity 5449