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    • Broadly directed virus-specific CD4+ T cell responses are primed during acute hepatitis C infection, but rapidly disappear from human blood with viral persistence 

      Schulze zur Wiesch, Julian; Ciuffreda, Donatella; Lewis-Ximenez, Lia; Kasprowicz, Victoria Olivia; Nolan, Brian E.; Streeck, Hendrik; Aneja, Jasneet; Reyor, Laura L.; Allen, Todd; Lohse, Ansgar W.; McGovern, Barbara; Chung, Raymond Taeyong; Kwok, William W.; Kim, Arthur Yu-Shin; Lauer, Georg (The Rockefeller University Press, 2012)
      Vigorous proliferative CD4+ T cell responses are the hallmark of spontaneous clearance of acute hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection, whereas comparable responses are absent in chronically evolving infection. Here, we ...
    • CD39 Expression Identifies Terminally Exhausted CD8+ T Cells 

      Gupta, Prakash K.; Godec, Jernej; Wolski, David; Adland, Emily; Yates, Kathleen; Pauken, Kristen E.; Cosgrove, Cormac; Ledderose, Carola; Junger, Wolfgang G.; Robson, Simon C.; Wherry, E. John; Alter, Galit; Goulder, Philip J. R.; Klenerman, Paul; Sharpe, Arlene H.; Lauer, Georg M.; Haining, W. Nicholas (Public Library of Science, 2015)
      Exhausted T cells express multiple co-inhibitory molecules that impair their function and limit immunity to chronic viral infection. Defining novel markers of exhaustion is important both for identifying and potentially ...
    • Chronic HCV Infection Affects the NK Cell Phenotype in the Blood More than in the Liver 

      Cosgrove, Cormac; Berger, Christoph T.; Kroy, Daniela C.; Cheney, Patrick C.; Ghebremichael, Musie; Aneja, Jasneet; Tomlinson, Michelle; Kim, Arthur Y.; Lauer, Georg M.; Alter, Galit (Public Library of Science, 2014)
      Although epidemiological and functional studies have implicated NK cells in protection and early clearance of HCV, the mechanism by which they may contribute to viral control is poorly understood, particularly at the site ...
    • Impaired hepatitis C virus-specific T cell responses and recurrent hepatitis C virus in HIV coinfection 

      Kim, Arthur Yu-Shin; Schulze zur Wiesch, Julian; Kuntzen, Thomas; Timm, Joerg; Kaufmann, Daniel; Duncan, Jared E.; Jones, Andrea M.; Wurcel, Alysse G.; Davis, Benjamin Thomas; Gandhi, Rajesh Tim; Robbins, Gregory Kimball; Allen, Todd; Chung, Raymond Taeyong; Lauer, Georg; Walker, Bruce David (Public Library of Science, 2006)
      Background: Hepatitis C virus (HCV)-specific T cell responses are critical for spontaneous resolution of HCV viremia. Here we examined the effect of a lymphotropic virus, HIV-1, on the ability of coinfected patients to ...
    • Interferon Lambda 4 Genotype Is Associated With Jaundice and Elevated Aminotransferase Levels During Acute Hepatitis C Virus Infection: Findings From the InC3 Collaborative 

      Page, Kimberly; Mirzazadeh, Ali; Rice, Thomas M.; Grebely, Jason; Kim, Arthur Y.; Cox, Andrea L.; Morris, Meghan D.; Hellard, Margaret; Bruneau, Julie; Shoukry, Naglaa H.; Dore, Gregory J.; Maher, Lisa; Lloyd, Andrew R.; Lauer, Georg; Prins, Maria; McGovern, Barbara H. (Oxford University Press, 2016)
      Symptomatic acute HCV infection and interferon lambda 4 (IFNL4) genotypes are important predictors of spontaneous viral clearance. Using data from a multicohort database (Injecting Cohorts [InC3] Collaborative), we establish ...