Dr Antony Antoniou: Selected Publications

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1. Antony N. Antoniou, Sarah-Louise Blackwood, Daniela Mazzeo and Colin Watts; "Control of Antigen Presentation by a Single Protease Cleavage Site" Immunity 12, 391-398 2000

2. Antony N. Antoniou, Stuart Ford, Magnus Alphey, Andrew Osborne, Tim Elliott, Simon J. Powis; “The Oxidoreductase ERp57 Efficiently reduces Partially Folded MHC Class I Molecules” EMBO J 21, 2655-2663 (3 June 2002). (Abstract; PDF)

3. Antony N. Antoniou, Simon Powis and Tim Elliott “Assembly and Export of MHC Class I Peptide Ligands” Current Opinions in Immunology 15, 75-81 2003

4. Antony N. Antoniou, and Simon J. Powis “Characterisation of the ERp57-Tapasin complex by Rapid Cellular Acidification and Thiol Modification” Antioxidants and Redox Signalling 5, 375- 2003

5. Antony N. Antoniou, Stuart Ford, Joel D. Taurog, Geoffrey Butcher and Simon Powis “Formation of HLA-B27 Homodimers and their Relationship to Assembly Kinetics” Journal of Biological Chemistry, 279, 8895-8902 2004

6. Santos S.G, Antoniou, A.N., Sampaio, P., Powis, S.J., and Arosa, F.A:, “Lack of tyrosine 320 impairs spontaneous endocytosis and enhances release of HLA-B27 molecules.” Journal of Immunology, 176, 2942-2949 2006

7. Antony N. Antoniou, Susana G. Santos, Elaine C. Campbell, Sarah Lynch, Fernando A. Arosa, Simon J. Powis, “ERp57 interacts with conserved cysteine residues in the MHC class I peptide-binding groove” FEBS Letters, 581, 1988-92 2007

8. Susana G. Santos, Elaine C. Campbell, Sarah Lynch, Vincent Wong, Antony N. Antoniou, and Simon J. Powis “MHC class I-ERp57-tapasin interactions within the peptide-loading complex.” Journal Of Biological Chemistry, 282, 17587-93, 2007

9. Book Chapter S. J. Powis*, S. G. Santos and A. N. Antoniou “Biochemical features of HLA-B27 and antigen processing.” (Book Chpt, MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF SPONDYLOARTHROPATHIES) 2009

10. A. N. Antoniou and S. J. Powis “Pathogen Evasion Strategies for the MHC Class I Assembly Pathway” Review, Immunology, 124, 1-12, 2008

11. H. Fussell, D. Nesbeth, I. Lenart, E. C. Campbell, S. Lynch, S. Santos, K. Gould, S. J. Powis, and A. N. Antoniou “Novel Detection of In Vivo HLA-B27 Conformations Correlates With Ankylosying Spondylitis Association.” Arthritis and Rheumatism, 58, 3419-3424, 2008

12. S. G. Santos, S. Lynch, E. C. Campbell, A. N. Antoniou, and Simon J. Powis “HLA-B27 Homodimer Formation is Induced by Activation in Dendritic Cells.” Arthritis Research and Therapy, 10, R100, 2008

13. S. J. Powis, D. Nesbeth, I. Lenart, H. Fussell, K. Gould, A. N. Antoniou “Rapid Acidification and Alkylation; Redox Analysis of The MHC Class I Pathway.” J. Immunological Methods, 340, 81-85, 2009

14. S. Lynch, S. G. Santos, E. C. Campbell, A.M.S. Nimmo, C. Botting A. Prescott, A. N. Antoniou and S. J. Powis "Novel MHC class I structures on exosomes." J. Immunology, 183, 1884-1891, 2009

15. A. Antoniou, I. Lenart, D. Guiliano and Simon Powis “Antigen processing and presentation in the MHC class I and II pathway” Book chapter "Vaccinology: Principles and Practice" (in press).

16. C. Howe, M. Garstka, M. Al-Balushi, E. Ghanem, A. N. Antoniou, S. Fritzsche, G. Jankevicius, N. Kontouli, C. Schneeweiss, A. Williams, T. Elliott and S. Springer “Calreticulin-dependent recycling in the early secretory pathway mediates optimal peptide loading of MHC class I molecules” (in press, 2009, EMBO J)

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