Abrignani Sergio

Chief Scientific Officer

T cells can present antigens such as HIV gp120 targeted to their own surface molecules.
Lanzavecchia A, Roosnek E, Gregory T, Berman P, Abrignani S.
Nature. 1988 Aug 11;334(6182):530-2.

Role of macrophages in bypassing the inhibitory activity of Newcastle disease virus on the T-suppressor-cell circuit which regulates contact sensitivity to picryl chloride.
Dieli F, Abrignani S, Lio D, Salerno A.
Cell Immunol. 1988 Feb;111(2):332-40.

Antibodies as antigens. The use of mouse monoclonal antibodies to focus human T cells against selected targets.
Lanzavecchia A, Abrignani S, Scheidegger D, Obrist R, Dörken B, Moldenhauer G.
J Exp Med. 1988 Feb 1;167(2):345-52.

Vicia villosa lectin is a mitogen for mouse T lymphocytes.
Abrignani S, Cammisuli S.
Int Arch Allergy Appl Immunol. 1988;85(4):446-51.

T suppressor afferent cells which regulate contact sensitivity to picryl chloride act across genetic barrier.
Dieli F, Abrignani S, Salerno A.
Immunol Lett. 1986 Nov 17;14(1):49-52.

Inhibition of lymphocyte mitogenesis in mice infected with Newcastle disease virus: viral interference with the interleukin system.
Colonna Romano G, Dieli F, Abrignani S, Salerno A, Colizzi V.
Immunology. 1986 Mar;57(3):373-8.

Infection of mice with Newcastle disease virus inhibits the T suppressor afferent cell circuit which regulates contact sensitivity to picryl chloride.
Dieli F, Colonna Romano G, Abrignani S, Colizzi V, Salerno A.
Cell Immunol. 1985 Aug;94(1):225-30.

Complement activation by cell-associated immune complexes in contact sensitivity.
Salerno A, Brai M, Dieli F, Colonna Romano G, Abrignani S, Colizzi V, Asherson GL.
Cell Immunol. 1984 Dec;89(2):376-84.

[Activation of the alternative complement pathway by Newcastle disease virus. I) Effect of the virus on the complement system in vivo and in vitro].
Dieli F, Gallina G, Abrignani S, Colonna Romano G.
Boll Soc Ital Biol Sper. 1984 Aug 31;60(8):1599-605. Italian.

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