Selected publications

  1. Kemp D, Morahan G, Cowman A and Harris AW (1983). Immunoglobulin Cµ RNA fragments bearing only the µ-membrane exons: implications for the control of 3' processing pathways. Nature 301, 84. [NCBI PubMed Entry]

  2. Morahan G, Berek C and Miller JFAP (1983). An idiotypic determinant formed by both constant and variable regions of an immunoglobulin molecule. Nature 301, 720. [NCBI PubMed Entry]

  3. Morahan G, Brennan F, Allison J, Bhathal PS, Cox KO and Miller JFAP. (1989) Expression in transgenic mice of class I histocompatibilty antigens controlled by the metallothionein promoter. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 86, 3782. [NCBI PubMed Entry]

  4. Morahan G, Allison J and Miller JFAP (1989). Tolerance of class I histocompatibility antigens expressed extrathymically. Nature 339, 622. [NCBI PubMed Entry]

  5. Morahan G, Hoffman M and Miller JFAP (1991). A non-deletional mechanism of peripheral tolerance in T cell receptor transgenic mice. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 88, 11421-11425. [NCBI PubMed Entry]

  6. Morahan G, McClive PJ, Huang D, Little P and Baxter AG (1994). Genetic and physiological association of diabetes susceptibility with raised Na+/H+ exchange activity. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 91, 5898-5902. [NCBI PubMed Entry]

  7. Blackburn CC, Augustine CL, Li R, Miller JFAP, Harvey RP, Boyd RL and Morahan G (1996). Differentiation of thymic epithelial progenitors requires the cell-autonomous action of the nude gene product Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 93, 5742-6. [NCBI PubMed Entry]

  8. Morahan G, Huang D, Colman P, Tait B and Harrison L (1996). Markers on distal chromosome 2q linked to insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. Science 272, 1181-1183. [NCBI PubMed Entry]

  9. Morahan G, Huang D, Ymer SI, Cancilla MR, Dabadghao P, Werther P, Stephen K, Tait B, Harrison L and Colman P (2001). Linkage disequilibrium of type 1 diabetes with IL12B regulatory alleles. Nature Genetics 27, 218-221. [NCBI PubMed Entry]

  10. Morahan G, Huang D, Wu M, Holt BJ, White GP, Kendall GE, Sly PD, and Holt PG (2002). Association of IL12B promoter polymorphism with severity of atopic and non-atopic asthma in children. Lancet 360, 455-59. [NCBI PubMed Entry]

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