Selected Abstracts

1. Makgoba M.W., Sanders, M.E., Luce, G.E.G. et al., (1987). “ICAM-1 monoclonal antibody inhibits cytotoxic T Cell recognition”. In Cytotoxic T Cells: Biology and Relevance to Disease, P.9.

2. Sanders, M.E., Makgoba M.W., Sussman, E.H. et al, (1987). “Molecular pathways of adhesion in Reed-Sternberg, cell/T Lymphocyte rosette”. In Cytotoxic T Cells: Biology and relevance to Disease, P.17.

3. Makgoba M.W., Sanders, M.E., Luce, G.E.G. et al. (1987). “A cluster of antibodies(RR1/1, LB-2 ANS 84h10) which inhibit LFA-dependant lymphoid and myeloid cell adhesion bind ICAM-1”. In 13th Annual Meeting of ASHI, A.384.

4. Sanders, M.E., Makgoba, M.W., Sharrow, S.O. et al. (1987). “Co-ordinate enhanced expression of three adhesion molecules and three other molecules define a human T cell subset containing memory cells and characterized by enhanced gamma interferon production”. In 13th Annual Meeting of ASHI, A.383.

5. Makgoba, M.W, Sanders, M.E., Springer, T.A. et al, (1988). “Analysis of lymphocyte adhesion to and dissociation from antigen-negative targets on purified ICAM-1”. In ENII Immune Functions at the Molecular Level. A.77.

6. Makgoba, M.W., Sanders, M.E., Sharrow, S.O. et al, (1988). “Phenotypic and functional characterization of human memory and naive T lymphocyte subsets”. In ENII Immune Functions at the Molecular Level. A. 78

7. Makgoba, M.W., Sanders, M.E., Luce, G.E.G. et al, (1988). “CD-18-dependant T cell/monocyte conjugates occur via alternative ligands in addition to ICAM-1”. In 22nd Meeting of the European Society for Clinical Investigation, A.193.

8. Lombardi, G., Sidhu, S.S., Batchelor, JR, Makgoba, M.W., Lechler, R.I., (1988). “Contributions of primed v. unprimed T cells to ‘primary’ proliferative responses against allogeneic MHC”. BSI Autumn Meeting. P11.

9. Lombardi, G., Sidhu, S.S., Batchelor, J.R, Makgoba, M.W., Lechler, R.I., (1989). “Are primary allo-responses truly primary?”. 7th International Congress of Immunology, Berlin. W43.14.

10. Weetman, A.P., Cohen, S., Makgoba, M.W, Borysiewicz, L.K., (1989). “Thyroid cells express intercellular adhesion molecule-1 in autoimmune thyroid disease”. Eur.J.Clin.Inv. Vol. 19A 451.

11. Shaw, S., Makgoba, M.W., Shimizu, Y., (1989). “The molecular basis of T/monocyte adhesion. 4th International Conference on Human Leukocyte Differentiation Antigens”.

12. Makgoba, M.W., Shaw, S., Sanders, M.E. (1989). 36th Annual Colloquim: “Protides of Biological Fluids. Naive and memory T cell subsets: cell-surface phenotype, activation requirements and lymphokine secretion”. A65.

13. Zaidi, M., Datta, H.K., Patchell, A., Moonga, B.S., Moss, D.W., Makgoba, M.W., MacIntyre, I. (1989). “Calcium-activated calcium entry: A novel feedback mechanisms of osteoclast control. Intl. Conference on Calcium regulating hormones”. Montreal.

14. Zaidi, M., Moonga, B.J., Datta, H.K., MacIntyre, I, Makgoba, M.W. (1990). “Opposing action of divalent cations Ca++ and Mg++ in cell-matrix adhesion”. Am. J. Bone. Min. Res. 5(2) 83.

15. Weetman, A.P., Makgoba, M.W., Borysiewicz, L.K., (1990). “The thyroid is a source as well as site, of autoimmunity”. Association of Physicians of Great Britain and Ireland.

16. Sturgess, R.P., Macartney, J.C., Nelufer, J.M., Makgoba, M.W., Ciclitira, P.J. (1990). “Intercellular Adhesion Molecule-1 Expression in Coeliac Disease”. British Society for Gastroenterology.

17. Kennete, R., Seth, R., Makgoba, M.W. (1990). “Spontaneous rosetting of human T lymphocytes with Breast Cancer Cells”. 15th International Cancer Conference. A306.

18. Makgoba, M.W., Datta, H.K. (1990). “Calcium-induced cell-matrix dissociation: a control mechanism for adhesive interactions”. Cell to Cell Interaction International Symposium. I.12.

19. Seth, R., Raymond, F., Impallomeni, M., Makgoba, M.W. (1991). “Detection of two cell-surface molecules, ICAM-1 and VLA in the sera of normal young and elderly people”. II European Congress of Gerontology. 174.

20. Adams, S.A., de Jager, C.A., Robson, S.C., Shephard, E.C., Sathar, A., Gathiram, V.Jackson, T.F.H.G., Makgoba, M.W., Kirsch, R.E. (1992). “Entamoeba Histolytica 170 kD protein has immunological homology to human leukocyte beta-2 intergrins”. SAMJ. 82:40.

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