Alberto Bravo-Blas
Alberto Bravo-Blas
Cancer Research UK Beatson Institute
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TitleCited byYear
Constant replenishment from circulating monocytes maintains the macrophage pool in the intestine of adult mice
CC Bain, A Bravo-Blas, CL Scott, EG Perdiguero, F Geissmann, S Henri, ...
Nature immunology 15 (10), 929, 2014
5462014
Molecular detection of animal viral pathogens
D Liu
CRC Press, 2016
482016
Antibiotics induce sustained dysregulation of intestinal T cell immunity by perturbing macrophage homeostasis
NA Scott, A Andrusaite, P Andersen, M Lawson, C Alcon-Giner, C Leclaire, ...
Science Translational Medicine 10 (464), eaao4755, 2018
292018
Microbiota and arthritis: correlations or cause?
A Bravo-Blas, H Wessel, S Milling
Current opinion in rheumatology 28 (2), 161-167, 2016
112016
Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium travels to mesenteric lymph nodes both with host cells and autonomously
A Bravo-Blas, L Utriainen, SL Clay, V Kästele, V Cerovic, AF Cunningham, ...
The Journal of Immunology 202 (1), 260-267, 2019
102019
Transfer factor acting as IFN-γ and IL-2 mRNA expression inductor in chicken vaccinated against avian influenza.
A Bravo-Blas, R Tellez, S Uribe, F Salmerón, L Valdes, S Estrada-Parra, ...
Archivos de Medicina Veterinaria 42 (1), 67-71, 2010
32010
King’s Research Portal
CC Bain, A Bravo-Blas, CL Scott, E Gomez Perdiguero, F Geissmann, ...
Nat Immunol 15 (10), 929-937, 2014
12014
Regulatory T cells control the dynamic and site-specific T helper bias following Salmonella infection
SL Clay, A Bravo-Blas, DM Wall, MKL MacLeod, SWF Milling
bioRxiv, 710665, 2019
2019
Proliferating intestinal macrophage populations in human inflammatory bowel disease
E McDonald, P Wright, C Bain, A Bravo-Blas, E Robertson, A Mowat, ...
JOURNAL OF CROHNS & COLITIS 12, S126-S126, 2018
2018
P028 A distinct cellular signature of inflammatory bowel disease
E McDonald, P Wright, T Zangerle-Murray, A Bravo-Blas, J Jung, ...
Journal of Crohn's and Colitis 12 (supplement_1), 2018
2018
A distinct cellular signature of inflammatory bowel disease
E McDonald, P Wright, T Zangerle-Murray, A Bravo-Blas, J Jung, ...
JOURNAL OF CROHNS & COLITIS 12, S107-S108, 2018
2018
P067 Proliferating intestinal macrophage populations in human inflammatory bowel disease
E McDonald, P Wright, C Bain, A Bravo-Blas, E Robertson, A Mowat, ...
Journal of Crohn's and Colitis 12 (supplement_1), 2018
2018
Antibiotics disrupt intestinal macrophage homeostasis to induce long-lived inflammatory T-cell responses and defective protection against bacterial and parasitic infections: Tu …
E Mann, P Andersen, C Alcon-Giner, C Leclaire, S Caim, H Wessel, ...
Cytokine 100, 2017
2017
Avian Metapneumovirus
JF Rivera-Benitez, J De la Luz-Armendáriz, A Bravo-Blas, ...
Molecular Detection of Animal Viral Pathogens, 411-416, 2016
2016
47 Avian Metapneumovirus
JF Rivera-Benitez, J De la Luz-Armendáriz, A Bravo-Blas, ...
Molecular Detection of Animal Viral Pathogens, 407, 2016
2016
Constant replenishment from circulating monocytes maintains the macrophage pool in the intestine of adult mice (vol 15, pg 929, 2014)
CC Bain, A Bravo-Blas, CL Scott, EG Perdiguero, F Geissmann, S Henri, ...
NATURE IMMUNOLOGY 15 (11), 1090-1090, 2014
2014
Erratum: Corrigendum: Constant replenishment from circulating monocytes maintains the macrophage pool in the intestine of adult mice
CC Bain, A Bravo-Blas, CL Scott, EG Perdiguero, F Geissmann, S Henri, ...
Nature immunology 15 (11), 1090-1090, 2014
2014
Development of macrophages in the intestine
AA Bravo Blas
University of Glasgow, 2014
2014
Gut resident macrophages require constant replenishment from circulating monocytes and fail to self-maintain locally throughout adult life: 489
C Bain, A Bravo-Blas, S Henri, B Malissen, L Osborne, D Artis, A Mowat
Immunology 140, 2013
2013
Local control of dendritic cell and macrophage heterogeneity in intestinal homeostasis and inflammation
AMI Mowat, CC Bain, AB Blas, CL Scott
Microbiota versus the Barrier, 33, 2013
2013
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