Mechanisms of Fetal T Cell Tolerance and Immune Regulation

Rackaityte E and Halkias JFrontiers in Immunology. 2020.




Viable bacterial colonization is highly limited in the human intestine in utero








CD161 contributes to prenatal immune suppression of IFN-γ–producing PLZF+ T cells

Halkias J, Rackaityte E, Hillman SL, Aran D, Mendoza VF, Marshall LR, Mackenzie TC, Burt TD. The Journal of Clinical Investigation. 2019.




Studying T Cell Development in Thymic Slices

Ross JO, Melichar HJ, Halkias J, Robey EA. Studying T Cell Development in Thymic Slices. Methods in Molecular Biology. 2016.

Conserved and divergent aspects of human T-cell development and migration in humanized mice

Halkias J, Yen B, Taylor KT, Reinhartz O, Winoto A, Robey EA, Melichar HJ. Immunology & Cell Biology. 2015.

Tracking migration during human T cell development.

Halkias J, Melichar HJ, Taylor KT, Robey EA. Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences. 2014.

Motile invaded neutrophils in the small intestine of Toxoplasma gondii-infected mice reveal a potential mechanism for parasite spread

Coombes JL, Charsar BA, Han SJ, Halkias J, Chan SW, Koshy AA, Striepen B, Robey EA. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA. 2013 .

Opposing chemokine gradients control human thymocyte migration in situ

Halkias J, Melichar HJ, Taylor KT, Ross JO, Yen B, Cooper SB, Winoto A, Robey EA. Journal of Clinical Investigation. 2013.

T cells in cryptopatch aggregates share TCR gamma variable region junctional sequences with gamma delta T cells in the small intestinal epithelium of mice.

Podd BS, Thoits J, Whitley N, Cheng HY, Kudla KL, Taniguchi H, Halkias J, Goth K, Camerini V. The Journal of Immunology. 2006


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