Publications of Ana Izcue

Journal Article (8)

2021
Journal Article
Llaó-Cid, L.; Roessner, P. M.; Chapaprieta, V.; Öztürk, S.; Roider, T.; Bordas, M.; Izcue, A.; Colomer, D.; Dietrich, S.; Stilgenbauer, S. et al.; Hanna, B.; Martín-Subero, J. I.; Seiffert, M.: EOMES is essential for antitumor activity of CD8+ T cells in chronic lymphocytic leukemia. Leukemia: the Journal of Normal and Malignant Hemopoiese ; Official Journal of the Leukemia Research Fund U.K. (2021)
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Roessner, P. M.; Cid, L. L.; Lupar, E.; Roider, T.; Bordas, M.; Schifflers, C.; Arseni, L.; Gaupel, A.-C.; Kilpert, F.; Krötschel, M. et al.; Arnold, S. J.; Sellner, L.; Colomer, D.; Stilgenbauer, S.; Dietrich, S.; Lichter, P.; Izcue, A.; Seiffert, M.: EOMES and IL-10 regulate antitumor activity of T regulatory type 1 CD4+ T cells in chronic lymphocytic leukemia. Leukemia: the Journal of Normal and Malignant Hemopoiese ; Official Journal of the Leukemia Research Fund U.K. 35, pp. 2311 - 2324 (2021)
2015
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Lupar, E.; Brack, M.; Garnier, L.; Laffont, S.; Rauch, K. S.; Schachtrup, K.; Arnold, S. J.; Guéry, J.-C.; Izcue, A.: Eomesodermin Expression in CD4+. The Journal of Immunology 195, pp. 4742 - 4752 (2015)
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Bremser, A.; Brack, M.; Izcue, A.: Higher Sensitivity of Foxp3+ Treg Compared to Foxp3- Concentional T Cells to TCR-Independent Signals for CD69 Induction. PLoS One, p. e0137393 (2015)
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Bremser, A.; Brack, M.; Izcue, A.: Higher Sensitivity of Foxp3+ Treg Compared to Foxp3- Conventional T Cells to TCR-Independent Signals for CD69 Induction. Plos One 10, p. e0137393 (2015)
2013
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Barnes, M. J.; Griseri, T.; Johnson, A. M. F.; Young, W.; Powrie, F.; Izcue, A.: CTLA-4 promotes Foxp3 induction and regulatory T cell accumulation in the intestinal lamina propria. Nature 6, pp. 324 - 334 (2013)
2012
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Izcue, A.; Powrie, F.: Immunology: Malnutrition promotes rogue bacteria. Nature 487, pp. 437 - 439 (2012)
2011
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Yue, X.; Izcue, A.; Borggrefe, T.: Essential role of Mediator subunit Med1 in invariant natural killer T-cell development. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences U.S.A. 108, pp. 17105 - 17110 (2011)
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