Alistair Bailey
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The cell biology of major histocompatibility complex class I assembly: towards a molecular understanding
A Van Hateren, E James, A Bailey, A Phillips, N Dalchau, T Elliott
Tissue antigens 76 (4), 259-275, 2010
612010
Selector function of MHC I molecules is determined by protein plasticity
A Bailey, N Dalchau, R Carter, S Emmott, A Phillips, JM Werner, T Elliott
Scientific reports 5, 14928, 2015
432015
A mechanistic basis for the co-evolution of chicken tapasin and major histocompatibility complex class I (MHC I) proteins
A van Hateren, R Carter, A Bailey, N Kontouli, AP Williams, J Kaufman, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 288 (45), 32797-32808, 2013
402013
Recent advances in Major Histocompatibility Complex (MHC) class I antigen presentation: Plastic MHC molecules and TAPBPR-mediated quality control
A van Hateren, A Bailey, T Elliott
F1000Research 6, 2017
272017
Two polymorphisms facilitate differences in plasticity between two chicken major histocompatibility complex class I proteins
A Bailey, A van Hateren, T Elliott, JM Werner
PLoS One 9 (2), e89657, 2014
182014
Plasticity of empty major histocompatibility complex class I molecules determines peptide-selector function
A van Hateren, A Bailey, JM Werner, T Elliott
Molecular immunology 68 (2), 98-101, 2015
132015
Dynamically driven allostery in MHC proteins: peptide-dependent tuning of class I MHC global flexibility
CM Ayres, ET Abualrous, A Bailey, C Abraham, LM Hellman, SA Corcelli, ...
Frontiers in immunology 10, 966, 2019
112019
Direct evidence for conformational dynamics in major histocompatibility complex class I molecules
A van Hateren, M Anderson, A Bailey, JM Werner, P Skipp, T Elliott
Journal of Biological Chemistry 292 (49), 20255-20269, 2017
112017
Passage of transmissible cancers in the Tasmanian devil is due to a dominant, shared peptide motif and a limited repertoire of MHC-I allotypes
A Gastaldello, SH Ramarathinam, A Bailey, RS Owen, SC Turner, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
12020
Proteomic analysis of the cellular response to a potent sensitiser unveils the dynamics of haptenation in living cells
E Parkinson, M Aleksic, P Kukic, A Bailey, R Cubberley, P Skipp
Toxicology 445, 152603, 2020
2020
PO-406 Investigation of the repertoire of peptides bound to MHC class I molecules in tasmanian devil transmissible cancers for the development of a peptide vaccine
A Gastaldello, S Ramarathinam, A Bailey, T Elliott, A Purcell, H Siddle
ESMO Open 3 (Suppl 2), A388-A389, 2018
2018
TAPBPR-mediated quality control [version 1; referees: 4
A van Hateren, A Bailey, T Elliott
2017
MHC class I function is determined by protein plasticity
A Bailey, N Dalchau, R Carter, S Emmott, A Phillips, J Werner, T Elliott
Molecular Immunology 68 (2), 2015
2015
Structural plasticity and antigen selection by MHC 1
L Bolton, A Bailey, S Findlow, N Dalchau, A Phillips, T Elliott, J Werner
Molecular Immunology 68 (2), 2015
2015
Two polymorphisms facilitate differences in plasticity between two chicken major histocompatibility complex class I proteins
A Bailey, A van Hateren, T Elliott, J Werner
Molecular Immunology 68 (2), 159-160, 2015
2015
Mathematical immunology: two polymorphisms facilitate differences in plasticity between two chicken major histocompatibility complex class I proteins
A Bailey, A van Hateren, T Elliott, JM Werner
F1000Research 5, 2014
2014
Two Polymorphisms Facilitate Differences in Plasticity between Two Chicken Major
A Bailey, A van Hateren, T Elliott, JM Werner
2014
A mechanistic basis for the co-evolution of chicken tapasin and major histocompatibility complex class I (MHC I) proteins: 696
A van Hateren, R Carter, A Bailey, N Kontouli, A Williams, J Kaufman, ...
Immunology 140, 185-186, 2013
2013
Relating the structure, function and dynamics of the MHC Class I antigen presenting molecule
A Bailey
University of Southampton, 2013
2013
journal homepage: www. elsevier. com/locate/molimm
C Achment, A Achour, E Adams, LG Adahir, A Admon, M Aichinger, ...
Molecular Immunology 51, A1, 2012
2012
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