Christopher D. Rudulier, Ph.D.

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2011 Microbiology and Immunology University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, Canada 
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Immunology
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Peter Bretscher grad student 2011 University of Saskatchewan
 (CD4+ T cell-T cell Interactions through CD28/B7 Molecules Affect their Th1/Th2 Phenotype.)
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Rudulier CD, Larché M, Moldaver D. (2016) Treatment with anti-cytokine monoclonal antibodies can potentiate the target cytokine rather than neutralize its activity. Allergy. 71: 283-5
Rudulier CD, McKinstry KK, Al-Yassin GA, et al. (2014) The number of responding CD4 T cells and the dose of antigen conjointly determine the TH1/TH2 phenotype by modulating B7/CD28 interactions. Journal of Immunology (Baltimore, Md. : 1950). 192: 5140-50
Kroeger DR, Rudulier CD, Bretscher PA. (2013) Antigen presenting B cells facilitate CD4 T cell cooperation resulting in enhanced generation of effector and memory CD4 T cells. Plos One. 8: e77346
Kroeger DR, Rudulier CD, Peters NC, et al. (2012) Direct demonstration of CD4 T cell cooperation in the primary in vivo generation of CD4 effector T cells. International Immunology. 24: 519-27
Rudulier CD, Kroeger DR, Bretscher PA. (2012) Distinct roles of dendritic and B cells in the activation of naive CD4+ T cells. Immunotherapy. 4: 355-7
Rudulier CD, Kroeger DR, Bretscher PA. (2012) The activation, by antigen, of naïve TCR transgenic CD4 T cells cultured at physiological, rather than artificially high, frequencies more accurately reflects the in vivo activation of normal numbers of naïve CD4(+) T cells. Cellular Immunology. 274: 115-20
Hamilton D, Ismail N, Kroeger D, et al. (2009) Macroimmunology and immunotherapy of cancer. Immunotherapy. 1: 367-83
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