Geoffrey Haughton

Microbiology and Immunology, Curriculum in Genetics University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine 
"Geoffrey Haughton"
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Whitmore AC, Haughton G, Arnold LW. (1996) Phenotype of B cells responding to the thymus-independent type-2 antigen polyvinyl pyrrolidinone International Immunology. 8: 533-542
Arnold LW, Spencer DH, Clarke SH, et al. (1993) Mechanisms that limit the diversity of antibody: Three sequentially acting mechanisms that favor the spontaneous production of germline encoded anti-phosphatidyl choline International Immunology. 5: 1365-1373
Haughton G, Arnold LW, Whitmore AC, et al. (1993) B-1 cells are made, not born Immunology Today. 14: 84-87
Arnold LW, Haughton G. (1992) Autoantibodies to phosphatidylcholine: The murine antibromelain RBC response Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 651: 354-359
Whitmore AC, Haughton G, Arnold LW. (1992) Isotype switching in CD5 B cells Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 651: 143-151
Haughton G, Arnold LW. (1991) CD5(+) B Cell Lymphomas of Mice. Leukemia & Lymphoma. 5: 33-8
Whitmore AC, Prowse DM, Haughton G, et al. (1991) Ig isotype switching in B lymphocytes. The effect of T cell-derived interleukins, cytokines, cholera toxin, and antigen on isotype switch frequency of a cloned B cell lymphoma International Immunology. 3: 95-103
Bishop GA, Pennell CA, Travis W, et al. (1990) Antibodies specific for Ig idiotype, but not isotype, can substitute for antigen to induce IgM secretion by a B cell clone. International Immunology. 2: 285-90
Pennell CA, Maynard E, Arnold LW, et al. (1990) High frequency expression of S107 VH genes by peritoneal B cells of B10.H-2aH-4bP/WTS mice Journal of Immunology. 145: 1592-1597
Houten NV, Willoughby PB, Arnold LW, et al. (1989) Early commitment to neoplasia in murine B- and T-cell lymphomas arising late in life Journal of the National Cancer Institute. 81: 47-54
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