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Silins, SL, Sherritt, MA, Silleri, JM, Cross, SM, Elliott, SL, Bharadwaj, M, Le, TTT, Morrison, LE, Khanna, R, Moss, DJ, Suhrbier, A and Misko, LS (2001) Asymptomatic primary Epstein-Barr virus infection occurs in the absence of blood T-cell repertoire perturbations despite high levels of systemic viral load. Blood, 98 13: 3739-3744. doi:10.1182/blood.V98.13.3739 48   63 Cited 69 times in Scopus69 0
Bharadmaj, M, Parsons, PG and Moss, DJ (2001) Cost-efficient quantification of enzyme-linked immunospot. Biotechniques, 30 1: 36-+. 31   8
Duraiswamy, Jaikumar, Bharadwaj, Mandvi, Tellam, Judy, Connolly, Geoff, Cooper, Leanne, Moss, Denis, Thomson, Scott, Yotnda, Patricia and Khanna, Rajiv (2004) Induction of Therapeutic T-Cell Responses to Subdominant Tumor-associated Viral Oncogene after Immunization with Replication-incompetent Polyepitope Adenovirus Vaccine. Cancer Research, 64 4: 1483-1489. doi:10.1158/0008-5472.CAN-03-2196 88   53 Cited 58 times in Scopus58 0
Bharadwaj, M, Burrows, SR, Burrows, JM, Moss, DJ, Catalina, M and Khanna, R (2001) Longitudinal dynamics of antigen-specific CD8(+) cytotoxic T lymphocytes following primary Epstein-Barr virus infection. Blood, 98 8: 2588-2589. doi:10.1182/blood.V98.8.2588 25   28 Cited 30 times in Scopus30 0
Sherritt, M. A., Bharadwaj, M., Burrows, J. M., Morrison, L. E., Elliott, S. L., Davis, J. E., Kear, L. M., Slaughter, R. E., Bell, S. C., Galbraith, A. J., Khanna, R. and Moss, D. J. (2003) Reconstitution of the latent T-lymphocyte response to Epstein-Barr virus is coincident with long-term recovery from post-transplant lymphoma after adoptive immunotherapy. Transplantation, 75 9: 1556-1560. doi:10.1097/01.TP.0000058745.02123.6F 45   59 Cited 64 times in Scopus64 0
Moss, D. J., Khanna, R. and Bharadwaj, M. (2002) Will a vaccine to nasopharyngeal carcinoma retain orphan status?. Developments in Biologicals, 116 252-256. 49  
Moss, D. J., Khanna, R. and Bharadwaj, M. (2002). Will a vaccine to nasopharyngeal carcinoma retain orphan status?. In: Developments in Biologicals. Orphan vaccines - Bridging the gap, Palm Cove, Queensland, (67-71). 25-29 Aug, 2001. 49