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Mokhtar, H, Biffar, L, Somavarapu, S, Frossard, J-P, Mcgowan, Sarah, Pedrera, M, Strong, R, Edwards, JC, Garcia-Durán, M, Rodriguez, MJ, Stewart, Graham, Steinbach, Falko and Graham, Simon (2017) Evaluation of hydrophobic chitosan-based particulate formulations of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus vaccine candidate T cell antigens Veterinary Microbiology, 209. pp. 66-74.

Edwards, JC, Everett, HE, Pedrera, M, Mokhtar, H, Marchi, E, Soldevila, F, Kaveh, DA, Hogarth, PJ, Johns, HL, Nunez-Garcia, J, Steinbach, Falko, Crooke, HR and Graham, Simon (2017) CD1- and CD1+ porcine blood dendritic cells are enriched for the orthologues of the two major mammalian conventional subsets Scientific Reports, 7, 40942.

Mokhtar, H, Eck, M, Morgan, SB, Essler, SE, Frossard, J-P, Ruggli, N and Graham, SP (2014) Proteome-wide screening of the European porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus reveals a broad range of T cell antigen reactivity VACCINE, 32 (50). pp. 6828-6837.

Morgan, SB, Graham, SP, Sánchez Cordón, PJ, Mokhtar, H, Steinbach, F, Frossard, JP, Bodman-Smith, KB, Salguero, FJ, Rebel, JMJ and Weesendorp, E (2013) Increased pathogenicity of European porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus is associated with enhanced adaptive responses and viral clearance Veterinary Microbiology, 163 (1-2). pp. 13-22.

Thesis

Mokhtar, Helen (2015) Characterisation of the T cell response to the porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus and its application towards the development of improved vaccines. Doctoral thesis, University of Surrey.

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