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Publications:  Dr Tizong Miao

Omodho B, Miao T, Symonds ALJ, Singh R, Li S, Wang P(2018). Transcription factors early growth response gene (Egr) 2 and 3 control inflammatory responses of tolerant T cells. Immunity Inflammation and Disease vol. 6, (2) 221-233.
Singh R, Miao T, Symonds ALJ, Omodho B, Li S, Wang P(2017). Egr2 and 3 Inhibit T-bet-Mediated IFN-γ Production in T Cells. J Immunol vol. 198, (11) 4394-4402.
Miao T, Symonds ALJ, Singh R, Symonds JD, Ogbe A, Omodho B, Zhu B, Li S et al.(2017). Egr2 and 3 control adaptive immune responses by temporally uncoupling expansion from T cell differentiation. J Exp Med vol. 214, (6) 1787-1808.
Ogbe A, Miao T, Symonds ALJ, Omodho B, Singh R, Bhullar P, Li S, Wang P(2015). Early growth response genes 2 and 3 regulate the expression of Bcl6 and differentiation of T follicular helper cells. Journal of Biological Chemistry vol. 290, (33) 20455-20465.
Li S, Symonds ALJ, Miao T, Sanderson I, Wang P(2014). Modulation of antigen-specific T-cells as immune therapy for chronic infectious diseases and cancer. Frontiers in Immunology vol. 5, (JUN)
Wang P, Miao T, Symonds A, Li S (2013). Early growth response genes-2 and-3 are required for naive T cell activation and primary response against virus infection. JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY. vol. 190,
Miao T, Raymond M, Bhullar P, Ghaffari E, Symonds ALJ, Meier UC, Giovannoni G, Li S et al.(2013). Early growth response gene-2 controls IL-17 expression and Th17 differentiation by negatively regulating Batf. J Immunol vol. 190, (1) 58-65.
Li S, Miao T, Sebastian M, Bhullar P, Ghaffari E, Liu M, Symonds ALJ, Wang P(2012). The transcription factors Egr2 and Egr3 are essential for the control of inflammation and antigen-induced proliferation of B and T cells. Immunity vol. 37, (4) 685-696.
Liu M, Miao T, Zhu H, Symonds ALJ, Li L, Schurich A, Maini MK, Zhang J et al.(2012). IL-2-Engineered nano-APC Effectively Activates Viral Antigen-Mediated T Cell Responses from Chronic Hepatitis B Virus-Infected Patients. JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY vol. 188, (3) 1534-1543.
Li SL, Symonds ALJ, Zhu B, Liu MY, Raymond MV, Miao TZ, Wang P(2011). Early Growth Response Gene-2 (Egr-2) Regulates the Development of B and T Cells. PLOS ONE vol. 6, (4) Article e18498,
Li S, Symonds ALJ, Zhu B, Liu M, Raymond MV, Miao T, Wang P(2011). Early Growth Response Gene-2 regulates the development of B and T cells. JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY vol. 186,
Miao T, Wang P(2011). Egr-2 is a tumour repressive gene. JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY vol. 186,
Liu M, Miao T, Li S-L, Wang P (2011). Nano-antigen presenting cells for the development of therapeutic vaccines. JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY. vol. 186,
Miao T, Wu D, Wheeler A, Wang P, Zhang Y, Bo X, Yeh JS, Subang MC et al.(2010). Two cytokine signaling molecules co-operate to promote axonal transport and growth. Experimental Neurology vol. 228, (2) 165-172.
Richardson PM, Miao T, Wu D, Zhang Y, Yeh J, Bo X(2009). Responses of the nerve cell body to axotomy. Neurosurgery vol. 65, (SUPPL. 4)
Richardson PM, Miao TZ, Wu DS, Zhang Y, Yeh J, Bo XN(2009). RESPONSES OF THE NERVE CELL BODY TO AXOTOMY. NEUROSURGERY vol. 65, (4) A74-A79.
Miao TZ, Wu DS, Zhang Y, Bo XN, Xiao F, Zhang XY, Magoulas C, Subang MC et al.(2008). SOCS3 suppresses AP-1 transcriptional activity in neuroblastoma cells through inhibition of c-Jun N-terminal kinase. MOL CELL NEUROSCI vol. 37, (2) 367-375.
Wu DS, Zhang Y, Bo XN, Huang WL, Xiao F, Zhang XY, Miao TZ, Magoulas C et al.(2007). Actions of neuropoietic cytokines and cyclic AMP in regenerative conditioning of rat primary sensory neurons. EXP NEUROL vol. 204, (1) 66-76.
Richardson PM, Wang P, BO X, Zhang Y, Wu DS, Miao T, Subang M(2006). Suppressor of cytokine signaling-3 suppresses the ability of activated signal transducer and activator of transcription-3 to stimulate neurite growth in rat primary sensory neurons. Journal of Neuroscience vol. 26, 9512-9519.
Li L, Kruidenier L, Miao TZ, Sanderson AR, Wang P (2004). SOCS-6 overexpression increases mucosal T cell proliferation and enhances sensitivity to DSS colitis. GASTROENTEROLOGY. vol. 126, A563-A563.
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