Peter Doherty



Original Articles

1. Doherty PC. Comparison of direct microscopic and guinea pig inoculation techniques for demonstration leptospiras in bovine urine. Aust Vet J 42:466-467, 1966.

2. Doherty PC. Occurrence of avian infectious bronchitis virus in the tissues of experimentally infected chickens. Qd J Agric Anim Sci 24:75-80, 1967.

3. Doherty PC. Bovine L. pomona infection: The disease in cattle infected during an experimental outbreak. Qd J Agri Anim Sci 24:351-364, 1967.

4. Doherty PC. Bovine L. pomona infection: Environmental contamination and the spread of the disease in a susceptible herd. Qd J Agric Anim Sci 24:329-341, 1967.

5. Doherty PC. Bovine L. pomona infection: The disease in inoculated cattle. Qd J Agric Anim Sci 24:343-350, 1967.

6. Doherty PC. Streptomycin treatment of bovine carriers of L. pomona. Aust Vet J 43:138-139, 1967.

7. Doherty PC and Baynes ID. The effect of feeding oxytetracycline on leptospiruria in pigs infected with Leptospira pomona. Aust Vet J 43:135-137, 1967.

8. Doherty PC, Simmons GC, Payne E. Inactivation of infectious bovine rhinotracheitis virus by calcium alginate wool swabs. Aust Vet J 43:257-260, 1967.

9. Doherty PC. Titration of avian infectious bronchitis virus in the tissues of experimentally infected chickens. Aust Vet J 43:575-578, 1967.

10. Doherty, PC, Barlow RM, Angus KW. Spongy changes in the brains of sheep poisoned by excess dietary copper. Res Vet Sci 10:303-304, 1969.

11. Smith W, Doherty PC. Demonstration of louping-ill virus in abnormal Purkinje cells. Res Vet Sci 10:479-480, 1969.

12. Doherty PC. Louping-ill encephalitis in C57 black mice. J Comp Pathol 79:571-576, 1969.

13. Doherty PC. Effects of age on louping-ill encephalitis in the hamster. J Comp Pathol 79:413-420, 1969.

14. Reid HW, Doherty PC. Experimental louping-ill in sheep and lambs. I. Viraemia and the antibody response. J Comp Pathol 81:291-298, 1971.

15. Doherty PC, Reid HW. Experimental louping-ill in sheep and lambs. II. Neuropathology. J Comp Pathol 81:331-337, 1971.

16. Doherty PC, Smith W, Gray EW. Necrosis of infant hamster cerebellum due to a tick-borne-encephalitis virus. J Neurol Sci 14:215-224, 1971.

17. Reid HW, Doherty PC. Louping-ill encephalomyelitis in the sheep. I. The relationship of viraemia and the antibody response to susceptibility. J Comp Pathol 81521-529, 1971.

18. Doherty PC, Reid HW. Louping-ill encephalomyelitis in the sheep. II. Distribution of virus and lesions in nervous tissue. J Comp Pathol 81:531-536, 1971.

19. Reid HW, Doherty PC, Dawson A MCL. Louping-ill encephalomyelitis in the sheep. III. Immunoglobulins in cerebrospinal fluid. J Comp Pathol 81:537-543, 1971.

20. Doherty PC, Reid HW, Smith W. Louping-ill encephalomyelitis in the sheep. IV. Nature of the perivascular inflammatory reactions. J Comp Pathol 81:545-549, 1971.

21. Doherty PC, Rennie JC, Smith W. The effect of the concurrent scrapie on louping-ill encephalitis in the mouse. Res Vet Sci 13:146-149, 1972.

22. Doherty PC, Smith W, Reid HW. Louping-ill encephalomyelitis in the sheep. V. Histopathogenesis of the fatal disease. J Comp Pathol 82:337-344, 1972.

23. Reid HW, Gibbs CA, Burrell C, Doherty PC. Laboratory infections with louping-ill virus. Lancet i:592, 1972.

24. Doherty PC, Vantsis JT, Hart R. Louping-ill encephalomyelitis in the sheep. VI. Infection of the 120-day foetus. J Comp Pathol 82:385-392, 1972.

25. Doherty PC, Vantsis JT. Louping-ill encephalomyelitis in the sheep. VII. Influence of immune status on neuropathology. J Comp Pathol 83:481-492, 1973.

26. Zinkernagel RM, Doherty PC. Cytotoxic thymus-derived lymphocytes in cerebrospinal fluid of mice with lymphocytic choriomeningitis. J Exp Med 138:1266-1269, 1973.

27. Doherty PC. Quantitative studies of the inflammatory process in fatal viral meningoencephalitis. Am J Pathol 73:607-622, 1973.

28. Zinkernagel RM, Doherty PC. Restriction of in vitro T cell-mediated cytotoxicity in lymphocytic choriomeningitis within a syngeneic or semiallogeneic system. Nature (Lond) 248:701-702, 1974.

29. Doherty PC, Zinkernagel RM, Ramshaw IA. Specificity and development of cytotoxic thymus-derived lymphocytes in lymphocytic choriomeningitis. J Immunol 112:1548-1552, 1974.

30. Zinkernagel RM, Doherty PC. Characteristics of the interaction in vitro between cytotoxic thymus-derived lymphocytes and target monolayers infected with lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus. Scand J Immunol 3:287-294, 1974.

31. Doherty PC, Zinkernagel RM. T cell-mediated immunopathology in viral infections. Transplant Rev 19:89-120, 1974.

32. Zinkernagel RM, Doherty PC. Immunological surveillance against altered self components by sensitized T lymphocytes in lymphocytic choriomeningitis. Nature (Lond) 251:547-548, 1974.

33. Doherty PC, Zinkernagel RM. Capacity of sensitized thymus-derived lymphocytes to induce fatal lymphocytic choriomeningitis is restricted by the H-2 gene complex. J Immunol 114:30-33, 1975.

34. Doherty PC, Zinkernagel RM. Quantitative studies of the growth and rejection of allogeneic tumor cells in mouse cerebrospinal fluid. Elimination in the absence of H-2 difference. Clin Exp Immunol 19:355-366, 1975.

35. Doherty PC, Zinkernagel RM. H-2 compatibility is required for maximal T cell-mediated lysis of target cells infected with lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus. J Exp Med 141:502-507, 1975.

36. Blanden RV, Doherty PC, Dunlop MBC, Gardner ID, Zinkernagel RM, David CS. Genes required for cytotoxicity against virus infected target cells in K and D regions of H-2 complex. Nature (Lond) 254:269-270, 1975.

37. Zinkernagel RM, Doherty, PC. H-2 compatibility required for T cell-mediated lysis of target cell-infected with lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus. Different cytotoxic T cell specificities are associated with structures coded for in H-2K or H-2D. J Exp Med 141:1427-1436, 1975.

38. Zinkernagel RM, Doherty PC. Peritoneal macrophages as target cells for measuring virus-specific T cell-mediated cytotoxicity in vitro. J Immunol Meth 8:263-266, 1975.

39. Doherty PC, Zinkernagel RM. Enhanced immunological surveillance in mice heterozygous at the H-2 gene complex. Nature (Lond) 256:50-52, 1975.

40. Zinkernagel RM, Dunlop MBC, Doherty PC. Cytotoxic T cell activity is strain specific in outbred mice infected with lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus. J Immunol 115:1613-1616, 1975.

41. Zinkernagel RM, Doherty PC. Cortisone-resistant effector T cells in acute lymphocytic choriomeningitis and Listeria monocytogenes infection of mice. Aust J Exp Biol Med Sci 53:297-303, 1975.

42. Doherty PC, Zinkernagel RM. A biological role for the major histocompatibility antigens. Lancet i:1406, 1975.

43. Doherty PC, Dunlop MBC, Parish CR, Zinkernagel RM. Inflammatory process in murine lymphocytic choriomeningitis is maximal in H-2K or H-2D compatible interactions. J Immunol 117:187-190, 1976.

44. Zinkernagel RM, Dunlop MBC, Blanden RV, Doherty PC, Shreffler DC. H-2 compatibility requirements for virus-specific T cell-mediated cytolysis: Evaluation of the role of H-2I region and non H-2 genes in regulating immune response. J Exp Med 144:519-532, 1976.

45. Blanden RV, Dunlop MBC, Doherty PC, Kohn HI, McKenzie IFC. Effects of four H-2K mutations on virus-induced antigens recognized by cytotoxic T cells. Immunogenetics 3:541-548, 1976.

46. Pearson LD, Doherty PC, Hapel AJ, Marshall ID. The responses of the popliteal lymph node of the sheep to Ross River and Kunjin viruses. Aust J Exp Biol Med Sci 54:371-379, 1976.

47. Doherty PC, Zinkernagel RM. Specific immune lysis of paramyxovirus-infected cells by H-2 compatible thymus-derived lymphocytes. Immunology 31:27-32, 1976.

48. Dunlop MBC, Doherty PC, Zinkernagel RM, Blanden RV. Secondary cytotoxic T cell response to lymphocytic T cell response to lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus. II. Nature and specificity of effector cells. Immunology 31:181-186, 1976.

49. Doherty PC, Blanden RV, Zinkernagel RM. Specificity of virus-immune effector T cells for H-2K or H-2D compatible interactions: Implications for H-antigen diversity. Transplant Rev 29:89-124, 1976.

50. Davidson WF, Pang T, Blanden RV, Doherty PC. "Physiological interaction" does not explain the H-2 requirement for recognition of virus-infected cells by cytotoxic T cells. Aust J Exp Biol Med Sci 54:413-422, 1976.

51. Doherty PC, Gotze D, Trinchieri G, Zinkernagel RM. Models for recognition of virally-modified cells by immune thymus-derived lymphocytes. Immunogenetics 3:517-524, 1976.

52. Zinkernagel RM, Doherty PC. The concept that surveillance of self is mediated via the same set of genes that determines recognition of allogeneic cells. Cold Spring Harbor Symp Quant Biol 41:505-510, 1976.

53. Zinkernagel RB, Doherty PC. Major transplantation antigens, virus and specificity of surveillance T cells: The altered self hypothesis. Contempo Top Immunobiol 7:179-220, 1977.

54. Doherty PC. Diminished surveillance T cell function in old mice infected with lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus. Immunology 32:751-754, 1977.

55. Doherty PC, Solter D, Knowles BB. H-2 expression is required for T cell-mediated lysis of virus-infected target cells. Nature 266:361-362, 1977.

56. Wiktor TJ, Doherty PC, Koprowski H. In vivo evidence of cell-mediated immunity after exposure of mice to both live and inactivated rabies virus. Proc Natl Acad Sci 74:334-338, 1977.

57. Dunlop MBC, Doherty PC, Zinkernagel RM, Blanden RV. Cytotoxic T cell response to lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus. Properties of precursors of effector T cells, primary effector T cells, and memory T cells in vitro and in vivo. Immunology 33:361-368, 1977.

58. Effros RB, Doherty PC, Gerhard W, Bennink JR. Generation of both cross-reactive and virus-specific T cell populations following immunization with serologically distinct influenza A viruses. J Exp Med 145:557-568, 1977.

59. Doherty PC, Effros RB, Bennink JR. Heterogeneity of the cytotoxic T cell response following immunization with influenza viruses. Proc Natl Acad Sci 74:1209-1213, 1977.

60. Wiktor TJ, Doherty PC, Koprowski H. Suppression of cell-mediated immunity by street rabies virus. J Exp Med 145:1617-1622, 1977.

61. Biddison WE, Snodgrass HW, Bennink JR, Effros RB, Doherty PC. Induction of virus-specific modifications recognized by cytotoxic T cells is not altered by prior substitution of target cells with TNP. J Exp Med 146:617-622, 1977.

62. Biddison WE, Doherty PC, Webster RG. Antibody to virus matrix protein detects a common antigen on the surface of cells infected with type A influenza viruses. J Exp Med 146:690-697, 1977.

63. Doherty PC, Effros RB, Bennink JR, Gerhard W. Cell-mediated immunity in influenza. Perspect Virol 19:73, 1977.

64. Marshak A, Doherty PC, Wilson DB. Control of specificity of cytotoxic T lymphocytes by the major histocompatibility complex (AgB) in rats and identification of a new alloantigen system showing no AgB restriction. J Exp Med 146:1773-1790, 1977.

65. Effros RB, Bennink JR, Doherty PC. Characteristics of secondary cytotoxic T cell responses in mice infected with influenza A viruses. Cell Immunol 36:345-353, 1978.

66. Bennink JR, Effros RB, Doherty PC. Influenzal pneumonia: Early appearance of cross-reactive T cells in lungs of mice primed with heterologous type A virus. Immunology 35:503-550, 1978.

67. Bennink JR, Doherty PC. T cell populations specifically depleted of alloreactive potential cannot be induced to lyse H-2 different virus-infected target cells. J Exp Med 148:128-135, 1978.

68. Doherty PC, Biddison WE, Bennink JR, Knowles BB. Cytotoxic T cell responses in mice infected with influenza and vaccinia viruses vary in magnitude with H-2 genotype. J Exp Med 148:534-543, 1978.

69. Biddison WE, Hansen TH, Levy RB, Doherty PC. Involvement of H-2L gene products in virus-immune T cell recognition. Evidence for H-2L-restricted T cell response. J Exp Med 148:1678-1686, 1978.

70. Doherty PC, Bennink JR. Vaccinia-specific cytotoxic T cell responses in the context of H-2 antigens not encountered in thymus may reflect aberrant recognition of a virus H-2 complex. J Exp Med 149:150-157, 1979.

71. Bennink JR, Doherty PC. Different rules govern help for cytotoxic T cells and for B cells. Nature 276:829-831, 1979.

72. Bennink JR, Doherty PC. Reciprocal stimulation of negatively selected high responder and low responder T cells in virus-infected recipients. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 76:3482-3485, 1979.

73. Effros RB, Frankel ME, Gerhard W, Doherty PC. Inhibition of influenza-immune T cell effector function by virus-specific hybridoma antibodies. J Immunol 123:1342-1346, 1979.

74. Frankel ME, Effros RB, Doherty PC, Gerhard W. A monoclonal antibody to viral glycoprotein blocks virus-immune effector T cells operating at H-2Dd but not at H-2Kd. J Immunol 123-2438-2440, 1979.

75. Doherty PC, Bennink JR. Patterns of virus-immune T cell responsiveness: Comparison of (H-2k O H-2b radiation chimeras and negatively selected H-2b lymphocytes. J Exp Med 150:1187-1194, 1979.

76. Zinkernagel RM, Doherty PC. MHC-restricted cytotoxic T cells: Studies on the biological role of polymorphic major transplantation antigens determining T cell restriction-specificity function and responsiveness. Adv Immunol 27:51-177, 1979.

77. Bennink JR, Doherty PC. T cells which encounter virus in the complete absence of a particular H-2 antigen are non-responsive when stimulated again in the context of that H-2 antigen. J Exp Med 151:166, 1980.

78. Bennink JR, Doherty PC. Virus-immune cytotoxic T cell activity following negative selection of alloreactive precursor lymphocytes. Transplant Proc XII:172-174, 1980.

79. Doherty PC, Bennink JR. An examination of MHC restriction in the context of a minimal clonal abortion model for self tolerance (Editorial). Scand J Immunol 12:271-280, 1980.

80. Doherty PC, Bennink JR. Monitoring the integrity of self: The biology of MHC-restriction of virus-immune T cells. Fed Proc 40:218-221, 1980.

81. Doherty PC, Bennink JR, Wettstein PJ. Negatively-selected H-2bml and H-2b T cells stimulated with vaccinia virus completely discriminate between mutant and wild-type H-2K alleles. J Immunol 126:131-133, 1981.

82. Doherty PC, Zinkernagel RM, Ramshaw IA, Grant CK. Rejection of allogeneic tumor cells growing in mouse cerebrospinal fluid: Functional analysis of the inflammatory process. J Neuroimmunol 1:93-99, 1981.

83. Kastrukoff L, Long CA, Doherty PC, Wroblewska S, Koprowski H. Isolation of herpes simplex virus from brain tissue following immunosuppression of chronically infected mice. Nature 291:432-433, 1981.

84. Doherty PC, Korngold R, Schwartz DH, Bennink JR. The development and loss of virus-specific thymic competence in bone marrow radiation chimeras and normal mice. Immunol Rev 58:38-71, 1981.

85. Bennink JR, Schwartz DH, Doherty PC. Negative selection experiments support the idea that T-T help is required for the H-Y specific cytotoxic T cell response. Cell Immunol 60:347-353, 1981.

86. Bennink JR, Doherty PC. The response to H-2 different virus-infected cells is mediated by long-lived T lymphocytes and is diminished by prior virus priming in a syngeneic environment. Cell Immunol 61:220-225, 1981.

87. Bennink JR, Doherty PC. Thymocytes can be stimulated to give a strong vaccinia-virus-immune cytotoxic T lymphocyte response. J Immunol Meth 43:79-85, 1981.

88. Korngold R, Bennink JR, Doherty PC. Early dominance of irradiated host cells in the responder profiles of thymocytes from P F1 radiation chimeras. J Immunol 127:124-129, 1981.

89. Doherty PC, Scwhartz DH, Bennink JR, Korngold R. Factors influencing the vaccinia-specific cytotoxic response of thymocytes from normal and chimeric mice. Transplant Proc 13:1850-1852, 1981.

90. Doherty PC, Gerhard W. Breakdown of the blood-cerebrospinal fluid barrier to immunoglobulin in mice injected intracerebrally with a neutropic influenza A virus. J Neuroimmunol 1:227-237, 1981.

91. Schwartz DH, Doherty PC. Virus-immune response characteristics of thymocytes and spleen cells from young mice. J Immunol 127:1411-1414, 1981.

92. Doherty PC, Korngold R. Effect of cyclophosphamide and cortisone on the virus-immune response characteristics of thymocytes and the early reconstitution profiles of P F1 chimeras. Cell Immunol 65:33-42, 1981.

93. Owen JA, Allouche M, Doherty PC. Limiting dilution analysis of the specificity of influenza immune cytotoxic T cells. Cell Immunol 67:49-59, 1982.

94. Greenspan NS, Doherty PC. Modification of cytotoxic T cell response patterns by administration of hemagglutinin-specific monoclonal antibodies to mice infected with influenza A viruses. Hybridoma 1:149-159, 1982.

95. Allouche M. Bennink JR, McKearn TJ, Doherty PC. A monoclonal antibody to an interspecies major histocompatibility determinant inhibits a virus-specific T cell clone. Cell Immunol 68:193-198, 1982.

96. Schwartz DH, Doherty PC. Induction of neonatal tolerance to H-2k in B6 mice does not allow the emergence of T cells specific for H-2k plus vaccinia virus. J Exp Med 156:810-821, 1982.

97. Kastrukoff L, Hamada T, Schumacher U, Long CA, Doherty PC, Koprowski H. Central nervous system infection, latency and immune responses in herpes simplex virus type 1 infections in mice. J Neuroimmunol 2:295:305, 1982.

98. Korngold R, Doherty PC. Sequential analysis of virus-immune responder characteristics of thymocytes from F1 parent radiation chimeras. Thymus 4:119-133, 1982.

99. Allouche M, Owen JA, Doherty PC. Limiting-dilution analysis of weak influenza-immune T cell responses associated with H-2Kb and H-2Db. J Immunol 129:689-693, 1982.

100. Greenspan NS, Hurwitz JL, Doherty PC. Capacity of influenza virus-monoclonal antibody mixtures to stimulate memory and cytotoxic T lymphocyte populations. Infect Immun 38:645-650, 1982.

101. Hurwitz JL, Wettstein PJ, Bennink JR, Doherty PC. Cross-reactivity patterns of influenza-specific cytotoxic T lymphocytes from H-2Kb mutant mice. J Immunol 131:471-474, 1983.

102. Doherty PC, Korngold R. Characteristics of pox-virus-induced meningitis: virus-specific and non-specific cytotoxic effectors in the inflammatory exudate. Scand J Immunol 18:1-7, 1983.

103. Hurwitz J, Korngold R, Doherty PC. Specific and non-specific T cell recruitment in viral meningitis: Possible implications for autoimmunity. Cell Immunol 76:397-401, 1983.

104. Doherty PC, Korngold R. Hierarchies of T cell responsiveness are reflected in the distribution of effector T cells in viral meningitis. Aust J Exp Biol Med Sci 61:471-475, 1983.

105. Schwartz DH, Hurwitz JL, Greenspan NS, Doherty PC. Priming of virus-immune memory T cells in newborn mice. Infect Immun 43:202-205, 1984.

106. Korngold R, Doherty PC. The localized primary cytotoxic T-cell response to cells expressing minor histocompatibility differences. Scand J Immunol 19:175-180, 1984.

107. Schwartz DH, Doherty PC. Induction of early alloantigen tolerance in thymus and spleen. Thymus 6:105-120, 1984.

108. Owen JA, Allouche M, Doherty PC. Frequency of influenza-specific CTL precursors in thymus and spleen of unprimed mice. Cell Immunol 84:403-408, 1984.

109. Bowern NA, Ramshaw IA, Clark IA, Doherty PC. Inhibition of autoimmune neuropathological process by treatment with an iron chelating agent. J Exp Med 160:1532-1543, 1984.

110. Bowern N, Ramshaw IA, Badenoch-Jones P, Doherty PC. Effect of an iron-chelating agent on lymphocyte proliferation. Aust J Exp Biol Med Sci 62: 743-754, 1984.

111. Korngold R, Doherty PC. Treatment of mice with poly(I) and poly(C) reduced T-cell involvement in a localised inflammatory response to vaccinia virus challenge. J Virol 53:489-494, 1985.

112. Doherty PC. T cells in viral infections. Br Med Bull 41:7-14, 1985.

113. Doherty PC, Allan JE. Participation of cyclophosphamide-resistant T cells in murine lymphocytic choriomeningitis. Scand J Immunol 21:127-132, 1985.

114. Allan JE, Doherty PC. Immune T cells can protect or induce fatal neurological disease in murine lymphocytic choriomeningitis. Cell Immunol 90:401-407, 1985.

115. Allan JE, Doherty PC. Consequences of a single Ir-gene defect for the pathogenesis of lymphocytic choriomeningitis. Immunogenetics 21:581-590, 1985.

116. Allan JE, Doherty PC. Consequences of cyclophosphamide treatment in murine lymphocytic choriomeningitis: Evidence for cytotoxic T cell replication in vivo. Scand J Immunol 22:367-379, 1985.

117. Allan JE, Doherty PC. Stimulation of helper-delayed-type hypersensitivity T cells by flavivirus infection: Determination by macrophage procoagulant assay. J Gen Virol 67:39-46, 1986.

118. Doherty PC, Bowern NA, Dixon JE, Allan JE. Characteristics of the inflammatory process in murine lymphocytic choriomeningitis. Med Microbiol Immunol 175:193-196, 1986.

119. Doherty PC, Allan JE. Hybrid resistance modulates the inflammatory process bone marrow by lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus-immune T cells. Immunology 57:515-519, 1986.

120. Hurwitz JL, McAndrew EC, Doherty PC. Anti-Thy-1 plus complement-treated, cultured bone marrow cells resemble fetal thymocytes in killer cell function and marker expression. J Immunol 137:1757-1763, 1986.

121. Allan JE, Doherty PC. Natural killer cells contribute to inflammation but do not appear to be essential for the induction of clinical lymphocytic choriomeningitis. Scand J Immunol 24:153-162, 1986.

122. Dixon JE, Allan JE, Doherty PC, Hume D. Immunohistochemical analysis of the involvement of F4/80 and Ia-positive macrophages in mouse liver infected with lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus. J Leukoc Biol 40:617-628, 1986.

123. Doherty PC, Allan JE. Role of the major histocompatibility complex in targeting effector T cells into a site of virus infection. Eur J Immunol 16:1237-1242, 1986.

124. Doherty PC, Allan JE. Differential effect of hybrid resistance on the targeting of virus-immune effector T cells to spleen and brain. Immunogenetics 24:409-415, 1986.

125. Korngold R, Feldman A, Rorke LB, Lublin FD, Doherty PC. Acute experimental allergic encephalomyelitis in radiation bone marrow chimeras between high and low susceptible strains of mice. Immunogenetics 24:309-315, 1986.

126. Doherty PC. Virus-immune T cells and the major histocompatibility complex: Evolution of some basic concepts over the past two years. Experientia 42:972-977, 1986.

127. Lublin F, Knobler RL, Doherty PC, Korngold R. Relapsing experimental allergic encephalomyelitis in radiation bone marrow chimeras between high and low susceptible strains of mice. Clin Exp Immunol 66:491-496, 1986.

128. Allan JE, Dixon JE, Doherty PC. Nature of the inflammatory process in the central nervous system of mice infected with lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus. Curr Top Microbiol Immunol 134:131-143, 1987.

129. Lynch F, Chaudhri G, Allan JE, Doherty PC, Ceredig RH. Expression of Pgp-1 (Ly24) by subpopulations of mouse thymocytes and activated peripheral T lymphocytes. Eur J Immunol 17:137-140, 1987.

130. Dixon JE, Allan JE, Doherty PC. The acute inflammatory process in murine lymphocytic choriomeningitis is dependent on Lyt2+ immune T cells. Cell Immunol 107:8-14, 1987.

131. Doherty PC, Allan JE. Anti-asialo Gm1 eliminates both inflammatory process and cytotoxic T cell function in the lymphocytic choriomeningitis adoptive transfer model. Cell Immunol 107:1-7, 1987.

132. Ceredig RH, Allan JE, Tabi Z, Lynch F, Doherty PC. Phenotypic analysis of the cerebrospinal fluid inflammatory exudate in murine lymphocytic choriomeningitis. J Exp Med 165:1539-1551, 1987.

133. Doherty PC. Some problem areas in the interaction between viruses and the immune system. Immunol Cell Biol 65:279-286, 1987.

134. Uren MF, Doherty PC, Allan JE. Flavivirus-specific murine helper T cell clones: Induction, characterization and cross-reactivity. J Gen Virol 68:2655-2663, 1987.

135. Willenborg DO, Bowern NA, Danta G, Doherty PC. Inhibition of allergic encephalomyelitis by the iron chelating agent desferrioxamine: Differential effect depending on type of sensitizing encephalitogen. J Neuroimmunol 17:127-135, 1988.

136. Tabi Z, Allan JE, Ceredig RH, Doherty PC. Lethal vaccinia infection in cyclophosphamide-suppressed mice is associated with decreased expression of Thyl, Lyt2 and L3T4 and diminished IL-2 production in surviving T cells. Immunology 63:423-429, 1988.

137. Tabi Z, Lynch F, Ceredig RH, Allan JE, Doherty PC. Virus-specific memory T cells are Pgp- 1+ and can be selectively activated with phorbol ester and calcium ionophore. Cell Immunol 113:268-277, 1988.

138. Doherty, PC, Ceredig RH, Allan JE. Antigenicity and H-2 restriction constraints governing the recruitment of T cells and monocytes to a site of pathology in bone marrow radiation chimeras infected with lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus. Clin Immunol Immunopathol 47:19-26, 1988.

139. Doherty PC, Allan JE, Ceredig RH. Contributions of host and donor T cells to the inflammatory process in murine lymphocytic choriomeningitis. Cell Immunol 116:475-481, 1988.

140. Lynch F, Ceredig RH, Hartley D, Doherty PC. Persistence of the irradiated host component in thymocyte populations from bone marrow radiation chimeras infected with lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus. Cell Immunol 118:482-490, 1989.

141. Lynch F, Doherty PC, Ceredig RH. Phenotypic and functional analysis of the cellular response in regional lymphoid tissue during an acute virus infection. J Immunol 142-3592-3598, 1989.

142. Doherty PC, Allan JE, Clark IA. Tumor necrosis factor inhibits the development of viral meningitis or induces rapid death depending on the severity of inflammation at the time of administration. J Immunol 142:3576-3580, 1989.

143. Doherty PC, Allan JE, Allan W. In vivo treatment with an appropriate anti thyl.2 monoclonal antibody abrogates hybrid resistance to thy 1.1+ virus immune effector T cells. Immunology 66:631-633, 1989.

144. Allan W, Doherty PC. Influence of non-major-histocompatibility complex differences on the severity of lymphocytic choriomeningitis. J Neuroimmunol 24:55-60, 1989.

145. Doherty PC, Allan W, Boyle DB, Coupar DEH, Andrew ME. Recombinant vaccinia viruses and the development of immunization strategies using influenza virus. J Infect Dis 159:1119-1122, 1989.

146. Rouse BT, Hartley D, Doherty PC. Consequences of exposure to ionizing radiation for effector T cells in vivo. Viral Immunol 2:69-78, 1989.

147. Doherty PC, Allan JE, Lynch F, Ceredig R. Dissection of an inflammatory process induced by CD8+ T cells. Immunol Today 11:55-59, 1990.

148. Allan JE, Doherty PC. Binding of monoclonal antibodies and T cell effector function in vivo. Hybridoma 9:9-15, 1990.

149. Allan W, Tabi Z, Cleary A, Doherty PC. Cellular events in the lymph node and lung of mice with influenza: Consequences of depleting CD4+ T cells. J Immunol 144(10):3980-3986, 1990.

150. Carding SR, Allan W, Kyes S, Hayday A, Bottomly K, Doherty PC. Late dominance of the inflammatory process in murine influenza by (* + T cells. J Exp Med 172:1225-1231, 1990.

151. Banbura M, Webster RG, Cooper M, Doherty PC. Size and frequency characteristics of "$ and (* T cells in the spleens of normal and cyclophosphamide-suppressed virus-infected chickens. Cell Immunol 136:242-250, 1991.

152. Eichelberger MC, Wang M, Allan W, Webster RG, Doherty PC. Influenza virus RNA in the lung and lymphoid tissue of immunologically intact and CD-4-depleted mice. J Gen Virol 72:1695-1698, 1991.

153. Eichelberger M, Allan W, Zijlstra M, Jaenisch R, Doherty PC. Clearance of influenza virus respiratory infection in mice lacking class I-MHC-restricted CD8+ T cells. J Exp Med 174:875-880, 1991.

154. Eichelberger M, Allan W, Carding SR, Bottomly K, Doherty PC. Activation status of the CD4-8 (* T cells recovered from mice with influenza pneumonia. J Immunol 147:2069-2074, 1991.

155. Allan W, Carding SR, Eichelberger M, Doherty PC. Analyzing the distribution of cells expressing mRNA for T cell receptor ( and * chains in a virus-induced inflammatory process. Cell Immunol 143:55-65, 1992.

156. Hou S, Katz JM, Doherty PC, Carding SR. Extent of (* T cell involvement in the pneumonia caused by Sendai virus. Cell Immunol 143:183-93, 1992.

157. Hou S, Doherty PC, Zijstra M, Jaenisch R, Katz JM. Delayed clearance of Sendai virus in mice lacking class I MHC-restricted CD8+ T cells. J Immunol 149:1319-25, 1992.

158. Carding SR, Allan W, McMickle A, Doherty PC. Activation of cytokine genes in T cells during primary and secondary murine influenza pneumonia. J Exp Med 177:475-482, 1993.

159. Allan W, Carding SR, Eichelberger M, Doherty PC. hsp65 mRNA+ macrophages and (* T cells in influenza virus-infected mice depleted of the CD4+ lymphocyte subsets. Microbial Pathogen 14:75-84, 1993.

160. Hou S, Doherty PC. Partitioning of responder CD8+ T cells in lymph node of mice with Sendai virus pneumonia by LECAM-1 and CD45RB phenotype. J Immunol 150:5494-5500, 1993.

161. Deckhut AM, Allan W, McMickle A, Eichelberger M, Blackman MA, Doherty PC, Woodland DL. Prominent usage of V$8.3+ T cells in the H-2Db-restricted response to an influenza A virus nucleoprotein epitope. J Immunol 151:2658-2666, 1993.

162. Sarawar SR, Carding SR, Allan W, McMickle A, Fujihashi K, Kiyono H, McGhee JR, Doherty PC. Cytokine profiles of bronchoalveolar lavage cells from mice with influenza pneumonia: Consequences of CD4+ and CD8+ T cell depletion. Invited as a contribution for issue on "Cytokines in the Lung. Reg Immunol 5:142-150, 1993.

163. Hou S, Fishman M, Murti KG, Doherty PC. Divergence between cytotoxic effector function and tumor necrosis factor alpha production for inflammatory CD4+ T cells from mice with Sendai virus pneumonia. J Virol 6299-6302, 1993.

164. Doherty PC, Hou S, Southern PJ. Lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus induces a chronic wasting disease in mice lacking class I MHC glycoproteins. Invited as part of a memorial issue honoring the late D.E. McFarlin. J Neuroimmunol 46:11-18, 1993.

165. Sarawar SR, Doherty PC. Concurrent production of IL-2, IL-10, and IFN-( in the regional lymph nodes of mice with influenza pneumonia. J Virol 68:3112-3119, 1994.

166. Ewing C, Allan W, Daly K, Hou S, Cole GA, Doherty PC, Blackman MA. Virus-specific CD8+ T cell responses in mice transgenic for an apparently irrelevant T cell receptor $-chain. J Virol 68:3065-3070, 1994.

167. Castrucci MR, Hou S, Doherty PC, Kawaoka Y. Protection against lethal lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus (LCMV) infection by immunization of mice with an influenza virus containing an LCMV epitope recognized by cytotoxic T lymphocytes. J Virol 68:3486-3490, 1994.

168. Doherty PC, Hou S, Evans CF, Whitton JL, Oldstone MBA, Blackman MA. Limiting the available T cell receptor repertoire modifies acute lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus-induced immunopathology. J Neuroimmunol 51:147-152, 1994.

169. Hou S, Hyland L, Ryan KW, Portner A, Doherty PC. Virus-specific CD8+ T-cell memory determined by clonal burst size. Nature 369:652-654, 1994.

170. Sarawar S, Sangster M, Coffman RL, Doherty PC. Administration of anti-IFN-( antibody to $2-microglobulin-deficient mice delays influenza virus clearance but does not switch the response to a Th2 cell phenotype. J Immunol 153:1246-1253, 1994.

171. Van Kaer L, Ashton-Rickardt PG, Eichelberger M, Gaczynska M, Nagashima K, Rock KL, Goldberg AL, Doherty PC, Tonegawa S. Altered peptidase and viral-specific T cell response in LMP2 mutant mice. Immunity 1:533-541, 1994.

172. Hyland L, Hou S, Coleclough C, Takimoto T, Doherty PC. Mice lacking CD8+ T cells develop greater numbers of IgA-producing cells in response to a respiratory virus infection. Virology 204:234-241,1994.

173. Eichelberger M, Doherty PC. (* T cells from influenza-infected mice develop a natural killer cell phenotype following culture. Cell Immunol 159:94-102, 1994.

174. Sarawar SR, Blackman MA, Doherty PC. Superantigen shock in mice with an inapparent viral infection. J Infect Dis 170:1189-1194, 1994.

175. Hou S, Doherty PC. Clearance of Sendai virus by CD8+ T cells requires direct targeting to virus-infected epithelium. Eur J Immunol 25:111-116, 1995.

176. Mo XY, Sarawar SR, Doherty PC. Induction of cytokines in mice with parainfluenza pneumonia. J Virol 69:1288-1291, 1995.

177. Eichelberger M, McMickel A, Blackman M, Mombaerts P, Tonegawa S, Doherty PC. Functional analysis of the TCR "-$+ cells that accumulate in the pneumonic lung of influenza virus infected TCR-"-/- mice. J Immunol 154:1569-1576, 1995.

178. Hou S, Mo XY, Hyland L, Doherty PC. Host response to Sendai virus in mice lacking class II major histocompatibility complex glycoproteins. J Virol 69:1429-1434, 1995.

179. Tripp RA, Hou S, McMickle A, Houston J, Doherty PC. Recruitment and proliferation of CD8+ T cells in respiratory virus infections. J Immunol 154:6013-6021, 1995.

180. Tripp RA, Hou S, Doherty PC. Temporal loss of the activated L-selectin-low phenotype for virus-specific CD8+ memory T cells. J Immunol 154:5870-5875, 1995.

181. Ewing C, Topham DJ, Doherty PC. Prevalence and activation phenotype of Sendai virus-specific CD4+ T cells. Virology 210:179-185, 1995.

182. Hou S, Hyland L, Bradley LM, Watson SR, Doherty PC. Subverting lymph node trafficking by treatment with the Mel-14 monoclonal antibody to L-selectin does not prevent an effective host response to Sendai virus. J Immunol 155:252-258, 1995.

183. Doherty PC. Anatomical environment as a determinant in viral immunity. J Immunol 155:1023-1027, 1995.

184. Justewicz DM, Doherty PC, Webster RG. The B-cell response in lymphoid tissue of mice immunized with various antigenic forms of the influenza hemagglutinin. J Virol 69:5414-5421, 1995.

185. Mo XY, Sangster M, Sarawar S, Coleclough C, Doherty PC. Differential antigen burden modulates the gamma interferon but not the immunoglobulin response in mice that vary in susceptibility to Sendai virus pneumonia. J Virol 69:5592-5598, 1995.

186. Tripp RA, Sarawar SR, Doherty PC. Characteristics of the influenza virus-specific CD8+ T cell response in mice homozygous for disruption of the H-21Ab gene. J Immunol 155:2955-2959, 1995.

187. Tripp RA, Lahti JM, Doherty PC. Laser light suicide of proliferating virus-specific CD8+ T cells in an in vivo response. J Immunol 155:3719-3721, 1995.

188. Nosaka T, Van Deursen JMA, Tripp RA, Thierfelder WE, Witthuhn BA, McMickle AP, Doherty PC, Grosveld GC, Ihle JN. Defective lymphoid development in mice lacking Jak3. Science 270:800-802, 1995.

189. Zhou XY, Morreau H, Rottier R, Davis D, Bonten E, Gillemans N, Wenger D, Grosveld FG, Doherty P, Suzuki K, Grosveld GC, d'Azzo A. Mouse model for the lysosomal disorder galactosialidosis and correction of the phenotype with overexpressing erythroid precursor cells. Genes Dev 9:2623-2634, 1995.

190. Ponniah S, Doherty PC, Eichelberger M. Selective response of (* T cell hybridomas to orthomyxovirus-infected cells. J Virol 70:17-22, 1996.

191. Topham DJ, Tripp RA, Sarawar SR, Sangster MY, Doherty PC. Immune CD4+ T cells promote the clearance of influenza virus from major histocompatibility complex class II -/- respiratory epithelium. J Virol 70:1288-1291, 1996.

192. Sarawar SR, Cardin RD, Brooks JW, Mehrpooya M, Tripp RA, Doherty PC. Cytokine production in the immune response to murine gammaherpesvirus 68. J Virol 70:3264-3268, 1996.

193. Shimoda K, Van Deursen J, Sangster MY, Sarawar SR, Carson RT, Tripp RA, Chu C, Quelle FW, Nosaka T, Vignali DAA, Doherty PC, Grosveld G, Paul WE, Ihle JN. Lack of IL-4-induced Th2 response and IgE class switching in mice with disrupted Stat6 gene. Nature 380:630-633, 1996.

194. Thomson SA, Elliott SL, Sherritt MA, Sproat KW, Coupar BEH, Scalzo AA, Forbes CA, Ladhams AM, Mo XY, Tripp RA, Doherty PC, Moss DJ, Suhrbier A. Recombinant polyepitope vaccines for the delivery of multiple CD8 cytotoxic T cells epitopes. J Immunol 157:822-826, 1996.

195. Thierfelder WE, van Deursen JM, Yamamoto K, Tripp RA, Sarawar SR, Carson RT, Sangster MY, Vignali DAA, Doherty PC, Grosveld GC, Ihle JN. Requirement for Stat4 in interleukin-12-mediated responses of natural killer and T cells. Nature 382:171-174,

196. Cardin RD, Brooks JW, Sarawar SR, Doherty PC. Progressive loss of CD8+ T cell-mediated control of a (-herpesvirus in the absence of CD4+ T cells. J Exp Med 184:863-871, 1996.

197. Zhang WJ, Sarawar S, Nguyen P, Daly K, Rehg JE, Doherty PC, Woodland DL, Blackman MA. Lethal synergism between influenza infection and staphylococcal enterotoxin B in mice. J Immunol 157:5049-5060, 1996.

198. Topham DJ, Tripp RA, Hamilton-Easton AM, Sarawar SR, Doherty PC. Quantitative analysis of the influenza virus-specific CD4+ T cell memory in the absence of B cells and Ig1. J Immunol 157:2947-2952, 1996.

199. Mo XY, Sangster MY, Tripp RA, Doherty PC. Modification of the Sendai virus specific antibody and CD8+ T cell responses in mice homozygous for disruption of the interleukin-4 gene. J Virol 71:2518-2521, 1997.

200. Mo XY, Tripp RA, Sangster M, Doherty P. The cytotoxic T-lymphocyte response to Sendai virus is unimpaired in the absence of gamma interferon. J Virol 71:1906-1910, 1997.

201. Tripp RA, Topham DJ, Watson SR, Doherty PC. Bone marrow can function as a lymphoid organ during a primary immune response under conditions of disrupted lymphocyte trafficking. J Immunol 158:3716-3720, 1997.

202. Sarawar SR, Cardin RD, Brooks JW, Mehrpooya M, Hamilton-Easton A-M, Mo XY, Doherty PC. Gamma interferon is not essential for recovery from acute infection with murine gammaherpesvirus 68. J Virol 71:3916-3921, 1997.

203. Tripp RA, Hamilton-Easton AM, Cardin RD, Nguyen P, Behm FG, Woodland DL, Doherty PC, Blackman MA. Pathogenesis of an infectious mononucleosis-like disease induced by a murine (-herpesvirus: Role for a viral superantigen? J Exp Med 185:1641-1650, 1997.

204. Usherwood EJ, Brooks JW, Sarawar SR, Cardin RD, Young WD, Allen DJ, Doherty PC, Nash AA. Immunological control of murine gammaherpesvirus infection is independent of perforin. J Gen Virol 78:2025-2030, 1997.

205. Topham DJ, Tripp RA, Doherty PC. CD8+ T cells clear influenza virus by perforin or fas dependent processes. J Immunol 159:5197-5200, 1997.

206. Topham DJ, Doherty PC. Clearance of an influenza A virus by CD4+ T cells is inefficient in the absence of B cells. J Virol 72:882-885, 1998.

207. Stevenson PG, Doherty PC. Kinetic analysis of the specific host response to a murine (-herpesvirus. J Virol 72:943-949, 1998.

208. Tollefson AE, Hermiston TW, Lichtenstein DL, Colle CF, Tripp RA, Dimitrov T, Toth K, Wells CE, Doherty PC, Wold WSM. Forced degradation of fas inhibits apoptosis in adenovirus-infected cells. Nature 392:726-730, 1998.

209. Flynn KJ, Belz GT, Altman JD, Ahmed R, Woodland DL, Doherty PC. Virus-specific CD8+ T cells in primary and secondary influenza pneumonia. Immunity 8:683-691, 1998.

210. Sarawar SR, Brooks JW, Cardin RD, Mehrpooya M, Doherty PC. Pathogenesis of murine gammaherpesvirus-68 infection in IL-6 deficient mice. Virology 249:359-366, 1998.

211. Topham DJ, Doherty PC. Longitudinal analysis of the acute Sendai virus-specific CD4+ T cell response and memory. J Immunol 161:4530-4535, 1998.

212. Belz GT, Altman JD, Doherty PC. Characteristics of virus-specific CD8+ T cells in the liver during the control and resolution phases of influenza pneumonia. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 95:13812-13817, 1998.

213. Brown MP, Topham, DJ, Sangster MY, Zhao J, Flynn KJ, Surman SL, Woodland DL, Doherty PC, Farr AG, Pattengale PK, Brenner MK. Thymic lymphoproliferative disease after successful correction of CD40 ligand deficiency by gene transfer in mice. Nature Med 4:1253-1260, 1998.

214. Stevenson PG, Belz GT, Atlman JD, Doherty PC. Virus-specific CD8+ T cell numbers are maintained during gamma-herpesvirus reactivation in CD4-deficient mice. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 95:15565-15570, 1998.

215. Colson YL, Tripp RA, Doherty PC, Wren SM, Neipp M, ElEzz AYA, Ildstad ST. Antiviral cytotoxic activity across a species barrier in mixed xenogeneic chimeras: functional restriction to host MHC. J Immunol 160:3790-3796, 1998.

216. Bunting KD, Flynn KJ, Riberdy JM, Doherty PC, Sorrentino BP. Viral-specific immunity following gene therapy in a murine model of severe combined immunodeficiency. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 96:232-237, 1999.

217. Riberdy JM, Flynn KJ, Stech J, Webster RG, Altman JD, Doherty PC. Protection against a lethal avian influenza A virus in a mammalian system. J Virol 73:1453-1459, 1999.

218. Stevenson PG, Cardin RD, Christensen JP, Doherty PC. Immunological control of a murine gammaherpesvirus independent of CD8+ T cells. J Gen Virol 80:477-483, 1999.

219. Christensen JP, Doherty PC. Quantitative analysis of the acute and long-term CD4+ T cell response to a persistent gammaherpesvirus. J Virol 4279-4283, 1999.

220. Christensen JP, Cardin RD, Branum KC, Doherty PC. CD4+ T cell-mediated control of a g-herpesvirus in B cell-deficient mice is mediated by IFN-g. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 96:5135-5140, 1999.

221. Stevenson PG, Belz GT, Altman JD, Doherty PC. Changing patterns of dominance in the CD8+ T cell response during acute and persistent murine (-herpesvirus infection. Eur J Immunol 29:1059-1067, 1999.

222. Stevenson PG, Doherty PC. Non-antigen-specific B-cell activation following murine gammaherpesvirus infection is CD4-independent in vitro but CD4 dependent in vivo. J Virol 73:1075-1079, 1999.

223. Flynn KJ, Riberdy JM, Christensen JP, Altman JD, Doherty PC. In vivo proliferation of naVve and memory influenza-specific CD8+ T cells. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 96:8597-8602, 1999.

224. Stevenson PG, Belz GT, Castrucci MR, Altman JD, Doherty PC. A g-herpesvirus sneaks through a CD8+ T cell response primed to a lytic phase epitope. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 96:9281-9286, 1999.

225. Hamilton-Easton AM, Christensen JP, Doherty PC. Turnover of T cells in murine gammaherpesvirus 68- infected mice. J Virol 73:7866-7869, 1999.

226. Brooks JW, Hamilton-Easton AM, Christensen JP, Cardin RD, Hardy CL, Doherty PC. Requirement for a CD40 ligand-mediated interaction between CD4+ T cells and B cells in an infectious mononucleosis-like syndrome. J Virol 73:9650-9654, 1999.

227. Brown MP, Nosaka T, Tripp RA, Brooks J, van Deursen JMA, Brenner MK, Doherty PC, Ihle JN. Restoration of early lymphoid proliferation and immune function in Jak3-deficient mice by IL-3. Blood 94:1906-1914, 1999.

228. Belz GT, Stevenson PG, Castrucci MR, Altman JD, Doherty PC. Post exposure vaccination massively increases the prevalence of gamma-Herpesvirus-specific CD8+ T cells but confers minimal survival advantage on CD4-deficient mice. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 97:2725-2730, 2000.

229. Sangster MY, Topham DJ, D'Costa SD, Cardin RD, Marion TN, Myers LK, Doherty, PC. Analysis of the virus-specific and nonspecific B cell response to a persistent B-lymphotropic gammaherpesvirus. J Immunol 164:1820-1828, 2000.

230. Belz GT, Xie W, Altman JD, Doherty PC. A previously unrecognized H-2Db-restricted peptide prominent in the primary influenza A virus-specific CD8+ T cell response is much less apparent following secondary challenge. J Virol 74:3486-3493, 2000.

231. Stevenson PG, Efstathiou S, Doherty PC, Lehner PJ. Inhibition of MHC class I-restricted antigen presentation by Á2-herpesviruses. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 97:8455-8460, 2000.

232. Belz GT, Stevenson PG, Doherty PC. Contemporary analysis of MHC-related immunodominance hierarchies in the CD8+ T cell response to influenza a viruses. J Immunol 165:2404-2409, 2000.

233. Riberdy JM, Christensen JP, Branum K, Doherty PC. Diminished primary and secondary influenza-specific CD8+ T cell responses in CD4-depleted Ig-/- mice. J Virol 74:9762-9765, 2000.

234. Christensen JP, Doherty PC, Branum KC, Riberdy JM. Profound protection against respiratory challenge with a lethal H7N7 influenza virus by increasing the magnitude of CD8+ T cell memory. J Virol 74:11690-11696, 2000.

235. Belz GT, Xie W, Doherty PC. Diversity of epitope and cytokine profiles for primary and secondary influenza A virus-specific CD8+ T cell responses. J Immunol 166:4627-4633, 2001.

236. Surman S, Lockey TD, Slobod KS, Jones B, Riberdy JM, White S, Doherty PC, Hurwitz JL. Localization of CD4+ T cell epitope hotspots to exposed strands of HIV envelope glycoprotein suggests structural influences on antigen processing. Proc Natl Acad Sci 98:4587-4592, 2001.

237. Belz GT, Doherty PC. Virus-specific and bystander CD8+ T cell proliferation in the acute and persistent phases of a gamma-herpesvirus infection. J Virol 75:4435-4438, 2001.

238. Marshall DR, Turner SJ, Belz GT, Wingo S, Andreansky S, Sangster MY, Riberdy JM, Liu T, Tan M, Doherty PC. Measuring the diaspora for virus specific CD8+ T cells. Proc Natl Acad Sci 98:6313-6318, 2001.

239. Topham DJ, Cardin RD, Christensen JP, Brooks JW, Belz G, Doherty PC. Perforin and Fas in murine gammaherpesvirus-specific CD8+ T cell control and morbidity. J Gen Virol 82:1971-1981, 2001.

240. Turner SJ, Cross R, Xie W, Doherty PC. Concurrent naïve and memory CD8+ T cell responses to an influenza A virus. J Immunol 167:2753-2758, 2001.

241. Flano E, Woodland DL, Blackman MA, Doherty PC. Analysis of virus-specific CD4+ T cells during long-term gamma-herpesvirus infection. J Virol 75:7744-7748, 2001.

242. Riberdy JM, Zirkel A, Surman S, Hurwitz JL, Doherty PC. Cutting edge: Culture with high doses of viral peptide induces previously unprimed CD8+ T cells to produce cytokine. J Immunol 167:2437-2440, 2001.

243. Topham DJ, Castrucci MR, Wingo FS, Belz GT, Doherty PC. The role of antigen in the localization of naïve, acute activated and memory CD8+ T cells to the lung during influenza pneumonia. J Immunol 167:6983-6990, 2001.

244. Liu H, Andreansky S, Diaz G, Hogg T, Doherty PC. Reduced functional capacity of CD8+ T cells expanded by post-exposure vaccination of g-herpesvirus-infected CD4-deficient mice. J Immunol 168:3477-3483, 2002.

245. Belz GT, Wodarz D, Diaz G, Nowak MA, Doherty PC. Compromised influenza virus-specific CD8+-T-cell memory in CD4+-T-cell-deficient mice. J Virol 76:12388-12393, 2002.

246. Belz GT, Liu H, Andreansky S, Doherty PC, Stevenson PG. Absence of a functional defect in CD8+ T cells during primary murine _herpesvirus-68 infection of I-Ab-/- mice. J Gen Virol 84:337-341, 2003.

247. Zhan X, Slobod KS, Surman S, Brown SA, Lockey TD, Coleclough C, Doherty PC and Hurwitz JL. Limited breadth of a T-helper cell response to an HIV envelope protein. J Virol 77:4231-4236, 2003.

248. Turner SJ, Diaz G, Cross R, Doherty PC. Analysis of Clonotype distribution and persistence for an influenza virus-specific CD8+ T cell response. Immunity 18:549-559, 2003.

249. Liu H, Andreansky S, Diaz, G, Turner SJ, Wodarz D, Doherty PC. Quantitative analysis of long-term virus-specific CD8+ T cell
memory in mice challenged with unrelated pathogens. J Virol 77:7756-7763, 2003.

250. Webby RJ, Andreansky S, Stambas J, Rehg JE, Webster RG, Doherty PC, Turner SJ. Protection and compensation in the influenza virus-specific CD8+ T cell response PNAS 100:7235-7240, 2003.

251. Strom TS, Turner SJ, Andreansky S, Liu H, Doherty PC, Srivastava DK, Cunningham, JM, Nienhuis AW. Defects in T-cell mediated immunity to influenza virus in murine Wiskott-Aldrich Syndrome are corrected by oncoretrovial vecter mediated gene transfer into repopulating hematopoietic cells. Jul 2003; 10.1182/blood-2002-11-3489.

252. Sangster MY, Riberdy JM, Gonalez M, Topham DJ, Baumgarth N, Doherty PC. Early CD4+ T cell-dependent IgA response to influenza infection in the absence of key cognate T-B interactions. J Exp Med, 198:1011-1021, 2003.

253. Crowe SR, Turner SJ, Miller SC, Roberts AD, Rappolo RA, Doherty PC, Ely KH, Woodland DL (2003) Differential antigen presentation regulates the changing patterns of CD8+ T cell immunodominance in primary and secondary influenza virus infections. J Exp Med 198: 399-410.254. Andreansky S, Liu H, Adler H, Koszinowski UH, Efstathiou S, Doherty PC (2004) The limits of protection by "memory" T cells in Ig-/- mice persistently infected with a {gamma}-herpesvirus. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 101: 2017-2022.

255. Carpino N, Turner S, Mekala D, Takahashi Y, Zang H, Geiger TL, Doherty P, Ihle JN (2004) Regulation of ZAP-70 activation and TCR signaling by two related proteins, Sts-1 and Sts-2. Immunity 20: 37-46.

256. Kedzierska, K., S.J. Turner, and P.C. Doherty. 2004. Conserved T cell receptor usage in primary and recall responses to an immunodominant influenza virus nucleoprotein epitope. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 101:4942-4947.

257. La Gruta, N.L., S.J. Turner, and P.C. Doherty. 2004. Hierarchies in cytokine expression profiles for acute and resolving influenza virus-specific CD8+ T cell responses: correlation of cytokine profile and TCR avidity. J Immunol 172:5553-5560.

258. Turner, S.J., N.L. La Gruta, J. Stambas, G. Diaz, and P.C. Doherty. 2004. Differential tumor necrosis factor receptor 2-mediated editing of virus-specific CD8+ effector T cells. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 101:3545-3550.

259. Slobod, K.S., T.D. Lockey, N. Howlett, R.V. Srinivas, S.D. Rencher, P.J. Freiden, P.C. Doherty, and J.L. Hurwitz. 2004. Subcutaneous Administration of a Recombinant Vaccinia Virus Vaccine Expressing Multiple Envelopes of HIV-1. Eur J Clin Microbiol Infect Dis.

260. Ray, S.J., S.N. Franki, R.H. Pierce, S. Dimitrova, V. Koteliansky, A.G. Sprague, P.C. Doherty, A.R. De Fougerolles, and D.J. Topham. 2004. The Collagen Binding alpha1beta1 Integrin VLA-1 Regulates CD8 T Cell-Mediated Immune Protection against Heterologous Influenza Infection. Immunity 20:167-179.

261. Marshall, D.R., E. Olivas, S. Andreansky, N.L. La Gruta, G.A. Neale, A. Gutierrez, D.G. Wichlan, S. Wingo, C. Cheng, P.C. Doherty, and S.J. Turner. 2005. Effector CD8+ T cells recovered from an influenza pneumonia differentiate to a state of focused gene expression. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 102:6074-6079.

262. Brown, S.A., T.D. Lockey, C. Slaughter, K.S. Slobod, S. Surman, A. Zirkel, A. Mishra, V.R. Pagala, C. Coleclough, P.C. Doherty, and J.L. Hurwitz. 2005. T cell epitope "hotspots" on the HIV Type 1 gp120 envelope protein overlap with tryptic fragments displayed by mass spectrometry. AIDS Res Hum Retroviruses 21:165-170.

263. Turner, S.J., K. Kedzierska, H. Komodromou, N.L. La Gruta, M.A. Dunstone, A.I. Webb, R. Webby, H. Walden, W. Xie, J. McCluskey, A.W. Purcell, J. Rossjohn, and P.C. Doherty. 2005. Lack of prominent peptide-major histocompatibility complex features limits repertoire diversity in virus-specific CD8(+) T cell populations. Nat Immunol 6:382-389.

264. Stambas, J., S.A. Brown, A. Gutierrez, R. Sealy, W. Yue, B. Jones, T.D. Lockey, A. Zirkel, P. Freiden, B. Brown, S. Surman, C. Coleclough, K.S. Slobod, P.C. Doherty, and J.L. Hurwitz. 2005. Long lived multi-isotype anti-HIV antibody responses following a prime-double boost immunization strategy. Vaccine 23:2454-2464.

265. Andreansky, S.S., J. Stambas, P.G. Thomas, W. Xie, R.J. Webby, and P.C. Doherty. 2005. Consequences of immunodominant epitope deletion for minor influenza virus-specific CD8+-T-cell responses. J Virol 79:4329-4339.

266. Andreansky, S., H. Liu, S. Turner, J.A. McCullers, R. Lang, R. Rutschman, P.C. Doherty, P.J. Murray, A.W. Nienhuis, and T.S. Strom. 2005. WASP(-) mice exhibit defective immune responses to influenza A virus, Streptococcus pneumoniae, and Mycobacterium bovis BCG. Exp Hematol 33:443-451.267.

267. Lipatov A.S., S. Andreansky, R.J. Webby, D.J. Hulse, J.E. Rehg, S. Krauss, D.R. Perez, P.C. Doherty, R.G. Webster, and M.Y. Sangster. 2005. Pathogenesis of Hong Kong H5N1 influenza virus NS gene reassortants in mice: the role of cytokines and B- and T-cell responses. J Gen Virol 86:1121-1130.

268. Brent L, Cohen IR, Doherty PC, Feldmann M, Matzinger P, Ghost Lab, Holgate ST, Lachmann P, Mitchison NA, Nossal G, Rose NR, Zinkernagel R. Crystal-ball gazing - the future of immunological research viewed from the cutting edge. Clin Exp Immunol 2007; 147 (1): 1-10.

269. Day EB, Kedzierska K, Zheng W, Doherty PC, Jackson DC, Turner SJ. The context of epitope presentation can influence functional quality of recalled Influenza A virus-specific memory CD8+ T cells. J Immunol 2007; 179: 2187-94.

270. Jenkins MR, Kedzierska K, Doherty PC, Turner SJ. Heterogeneity of effector phenotype for acute phase and memory influenza A virus-specific CTL. J Immunol 2007;179: 64-70.

271. Kedzierska K, Stambas J, Mintern JD, Keating R, Jenkins MR, Turner SJ, Doherty PC. Influenza-specific CD8+ T cell memory establishes early in lymph nodes and is not CD62L dependent. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 2007; 104: 9782-9787.

272. La Gruta NL, Kedzierska K, Stambas J, Doherty PC. A question of self-preservation: immunopathology in influenza virus infection. Immunol Cell Biol 2007;85(2): 85-92.

273. Mintern JD, Doherty PC, Carbone FR and Turner SJ. Cytolytic granule composition is not maintained by virus-specific memory cytotoxic T lymphocytes. J Immunol 2007;179: 7220-7224.

274. Ranasinghe C, Turner SJ, McArthur C, Sutherland DB, Kim JH, Doherty PC, Ramshaw IA. Mucosal HIV-1 Pox Virus Prime-Boost Immunization Induces High-Avidity CD8+ T Cells with Regime-Dependent Cytokine/Granzyme B Profiles. J Immunol 2007;178: 2370-2379.

275. Turner SJ, Olivas E, Gutierrez A, Diaz G and Doherty PC. Disregulated Influenza A virus-specific CD8+ T cell homeostasis in the absence of Interferon-? signalling. J Immunol 2007;178: 7616-7622.

276. Venturi V, Kedzierska K, Turner SJ, Doherty PC, and Davenport MP. Methods for comparing the diversity of samples of the T cell receptor repertoire. J Immunol Meth 2007;321: 182-195.

Published Interview

1. Suzanne Vogle, Discoveries Down Under. Journal of NIH Research (Re: Zinkernagel RM, Doherty PC. Restriction of in vitro T cell-mediated cytotoxicity in lymphocytic choriomeningitis within a syngeneic or semiallogeneic system, Nature [Lond] 248:701-702, 1974) J NIH Res 3:68-72, 1991.

Reprint of Key Paper

1. Zinkernagel RM, Doherty PC. Pillars Article: Immunological Surveillance against Altered Self Component by Sensitised T Lymphocytic Choriomeningitis. Nature, 1974, 251: 547-548.
J Immunol 2004 Sep 1;173 (5) :2899-900.

Book Chapters and Review Articles

1. Zinkernagel RM, Doherty PC. Indications of active suppression in mouse carriers of lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus. In: Immunological tolerance: Mechanisms and potential therapeutic applications (Proceedings of Brook Lodge Symposium on Immunological Tolerance, Boston; communicated by GL Ada). New York: Academic Press, pp 403-412, 1974.

2. Blanden RV, Hapel AJ, Doherty PC, Zinkernagel RM. Lymphocyte-macrophage interactions and macrophage activation in the expression of antimicrobial immunity in vivo. In: Nelson DS, ed. Immunobiology of the macrophage. New York: Academic Press, p 267, 1975.

3. Zinkernagel RM, Doherty PC. The role of major histocompatibility antigens in cell-mediated immunity to virus infections. In: Animal virology. New York: Academic Press, pp 735-750, 1976.

4. Doherty PC, Palmer JC, Zinkernagel RM. Experimental analysis of effector thymus-derived lymphocyte function in viral infections. In: Marmorosh E, ed. Methods in Virology. Vol 6. New York: Academic Press, pp 29-57, 1977.

5. Doherty PC, Zinkernagel RM. Surveillance T cell function in virus infections. In: Cooper MD, Dayton D, eds. NIH Symposium on Development of Host Defenses. New York: Raven Press, p 213, 1977.

6. Doherty PC, Zinkernagel RM. Modulation of viral infections by cell-mediated immunity. In: Schlesinger CD, ed. Microbiology. Washington, DC: American Society for Microbiology, pp 484-487, 1977.

7. Zinkernagel RM, Doherty PC. Possible mechanisms of disease susceptibility associated with major transplantation antigens. In: Dausset J, Svejgaard A, eds. HLA and disease. Copenhagen: Munksgaard, p 256, 1977.

8. Doherty PC. Cell-mediated immune response in virus infection [Irwin Strasberger Memorial Seminar in Immunology], In: Weksler ME, et al, eds. Immune effector mechanisms in disease. New York: Grune & Stratton, p 195-204, 1977

9. Doherty PC, Bennink JR, Effros RB, Biddison WE. Possible implications of the influenza model for T cell recognition. In: Fox R, Sercarz E, Herzenberg L, eds. Regulators of the immune system [ICN-UCLA Symposium]. New York: Academic Press, pp 599-606, 1977.

10. Doherty PC. Problems in the experimental analysis of cell-mediated immunity in virus infection. In: Friedman H, Linna TJ, Prier JE, eds. Infection, immunity and genetics. Pennsylvania: University Park Press, pp 85-90, 1978.

11. Doherty PC. Cell-mediated immunity to viruses and intracellular bacteria. Clin Rheum Dis 4:549-563, 1978.

12. Doherty PC. Recognition of infected cells. In: Smith H, Skehel JJ, Turner MJ, eds. The molecular basis of microbial pathogenicity. Weinheim: Verlag Chemie BmgH, pp 307-320, 1980.

13. Doherty PC. Virus host interactions: A teleological look at MHC restrictions. In: Sercarz E, Cunningham A, eds. Strategies of immune regulation. New York: Academic Press, pp 103-120, 1980.

14. Doherty PC, Schwartz DH, Bennink JR. Genetics of virus-lymphocyte interactions: MHC compatibility requirements for stimulating mature T cells in immunologically comprised hosts. In: Gale RP, Fox CF, eds. ICN-UCLA symposium on biology of bone marrow and transplantation. New York: Academic Press, pp 297-312, 1980.

15. Doherty PC. Surveillance of self: Cell-mediated immunity to virally modified cell surface is defined operationally by the major histocompatibility complex. In: Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Immunology, Paris, 1980. New York: Academic Press, pp 563-576, 1980.

16. Doherty PC, Bennink JR, Effros RB, Frankel ME. The dual specificity of virus-immune T cells: Functional indications that virus and H-2 molecules may associate on cell membrane. In: Reisfeld R, Ferrone S, eds. Current trends in histocompatibility. Vol 2. New York: Plenum Press, pp 35-57, 1980.

17. Doherty PC, Lopes AD, Greenspan N, Gerhard W. Therapeutic potential of monoclonal antibodies. In: McKenzie JS, ed. Proceedings of the First Southwest Pacific Virology Congress. New York: Academic Press, pp 183-187, 1982.

18. Doherty PC, Greenspan N, Lopes AD, Gerhard N. Virus-immune T cells and monoclonal antibodies in the mouse influenza model. Adv Exp Med 162:441-448, 1982.

19. Doherty PC, Simpson E. Murine models of multiple sclerosis. News and Views. Nature 299:106-107, 1982.

20. Owen J, Greenspan N, Doherty PC. Involvement of self in the interactions of lymphocytes and target B cells: Some speculations on the nature of MHC restrictions. Recep Rec 14:85-117, 1982.

21. Doherty PC. Immunological surveillance: T cell repertoire and the biological function of MHC antigens. In: Genetics of the immune response [Proceedings of the Nobel Symposium on Genetics of the Immune Response]. Stockholm: Plenum Press, pp 91-109, 1983.

22. Doherty PC. Clearance of experimental viral infections of the central nervous system. In: Behan PO, Spreaflo F, eds. Proceedings of the First International Congress of Neuroimmunology. New York: Plenum Press, pp 301-310, 1983.

23. Doherty PC, Blanden RV, Zinkernagel RM. Specificity for virus-immune effector T cells for H-2K or H-2D compatible interactions: Implications for H-antigen diversity. Transplant Rev 29:89-124, 1976. Citation Classic in Current Contents 26:16, 1983.

24. Greenspan NS, Schwartz DH, Doherty PC. The role of lymphoid cells in immune surveillance against viral infection. Advances in Host Defence Mechanisms 2:101-141, 1983.

25. Doherty PC, Zinkernagel RM. MHC restriction and cytotoxic T lymphocytes. In: Notkins A, OldstonM, eds. Concepts in viral pathogenesis. New York: Springer Verlag, pp 53-57, 1984.

26. Doherty PC, Knowles BB, Wettstein PJ. Immunological surveillance of tumors in the context of major histocompatibility complex restriction of T cell function. Adv Cancer Res 42:1-65, 1984.

27. Doherty PC. Analysis of cell-mediated immunity in virus diseases of veterinary importance. In: Della-Porta AJ, ed. Proceedings of the Conference on Virus Diseases of Veterinary Importance in South-East Asia and the Western Pacific. New York: Academic Press, pp 20-34, 1985.

28. Bennink JR, Yewdell JW, Feldman A, Gerhard W, Doherty PC. The role of virus-specific CTL in vivo. In: Von Boehmer H, Haas W, eds. T cell clones. New York: Elsevier Science, 238-242, 1985.

29. Doherty PC, Nussenzweig R. Progress on Theileria vaccine. Nature 316:484-485, 1985.

30. Doherty PC. Cell-mediated immunity and the central nervous system: A key role for gamma interferon. Trends Neurosci 8:41-42, 1985.

31. Doherty PC. The one receptor model and T cells with high affinity for non-self other than alloantigen. In: Levy J, Hoffman G, eds. Paradoxes in Immunology. New York: CRC Press, pp 43-51, 1986.

32. Doherty PC, Allan JE, Dixon JE, Tabi Z, Ceredig R. Characteristics of the CSF inflammatory exudate in murine lymphocytic choriomeningitis. In: Lowenthal A, Raus J, eds. Proceedings of Workshop on Cellular and Humoral Components of CSF in Multiple Sclerosis. Henglhoef, Belgium: Plenum Press, pp 351-360, 1986.

33. Doherty PC. Immunological surveillance of tumors and the major histocompatibility complex. In: Maskens AP, Ebbesen P, Burny A, eds. Concepts and theories in carcinogenesis. Excerpta Medica Conference Proceedings, pp 257-271, 1987.

34. Allan JE, Uren MF, Doherty PC. Helper T cells in flavivirus infections. In: St George TD, Kay BH, eds. Proceedings of the 4th Australian Arbovirus Symposium, Brisbane, pp 69-71.

35. Doherty PC. Historical developments in understanding the function of class I MHC genes. In: David CS, ed. Proceedings of meeting on 50 years of H-2, Bar Harbor, June 1987. New York: Plenum Press, pp 341-358, 1988.

36. Doherty PC. H-2 restriction: Should we have known it earlier? Int Rev Immunol 3:365-374, 1988.

37. Doherty PC. Cell-mediated immunity in virus infections of the central nervous system. Ann NY Acad Sci 540:228-239, 1988.

38. Doherty PC, Allan JE, Ceredig R. Phenotypic and functional analysis of cell-mediated immunity in a virus infection. In: Proceedings 1st Fenner Conference on the Immunology of Virus Diseases, Canberra, Australia, pp 115-123, 1989.

39. Doherty PC, Tabi Z, Cleary A, Allan W, Garding, S. CD4+ and CD8+ T cells in murine virus infections: Experiments with lymphocytic choriomeningitis and influenza. In: Proceedings of the 7th International Congress of Immunology, Berlin, Germany, pp 879-905, 1989.

40. Doherty PC, Allan W, Eichelberger M, Hou S, Bottomly K, Carding S. Involvement of (* T cells in respiratory virus infections. Curr Top Microbiol Immunol 173:291-96, 1991.

41. Doherty PC, Allan W, Eichelberger M, Carding SR. Heat-shock proteins and the (* T cell response in virus infections: implications for autoimmunity. Springer Semin Immunopathol 13:11-24, 1991.

42. Doherty PC. MHC, Function of. In: Roitt IM, Delves PJ, eds. Encyclopedia of immunology. London: Saunders Scientific, 3:1058-1060, 1992.

43. Doherty PC, Allan W, Eichelberger M. Roles of "$ and (* T cell subsets in viral immunity. Annual Reviews Immunol 10:123-151, 1992.

44. Doherty PC. The function of (* T cells (Annotation). Br J Haematol 81:321-324, 1992.

45. Doherty PC (ed.). Introduction: Viral Immunity. Seminars in Immunology 4:69, 1992.

46. Webster RG, Doherty PC. Orthomyxovirus, infection and immunity. In: Roitt IM, Delves PJ, eds. Encyclopedia of immunology. London: Saunders Scientific, 3:1196-1197, 1992.

47. Doherty PC. Probes protocols and paradigms in the analysis of cell-mediated immunity in virus infections. In: Thomas B, ed. Viruses and the cellular immune response. Marcel Dekker, Inc, pp. 1-13, 1993.

48. Doherty PC. Immune exhaustion: Driving virus-specific CD8+ T cells to death. Trends Microbiol 1:207-209, 1993.

49. Doherty PC. Inflammation in virus infections. Semin Virol 4:117-122, 1993.

50. Doherty PC. Virus infections in mice with targeted gene disruptions. Curr Opin Immunol 5:479-483, 1993.

51. Doherty PC. Cell-mediated cytotoxicity. Meeting Review. Cell 75:607-612, 1993.

52. Doherty PC, Allan W, Eichelberger M, Hou S, Katz JM, Zjilstra M, Jaenisch R. Role of CD8+ "$ T cells in respiratory infections caused by Sendai virus and influenza virus. In: Cytotoxic Cells: Generation, Recognition, Effector Functions, Methods. Birkhauser: Springer-Verlag, pp 351-357, 1993.

53. Doherty PC. Cell mediated immune response. In: Webster RG, Granoff A, eds. Encyclopedia of Virology. Academic Press, Publisher pp 703-709, 1994.

54. Doherty PC, Tripp R, Sarawar SR, Hou S. Characteristics of virus-specific CD8+ T cell memory. In: Ada G (ed). Strategies in Vaccine Design, The R.G. Landes Company, Biomedical Publishers, pp 51-67, 1994.

55. Doherty PC. Cell mediated immunity in virus infections of the central nervous system. In: Handbook of +Neurovirology, Marcell Dekker, Inc. Publishers, pp 67-74, 1994.

56. Doherty PC, Hou S, Tripp RA. CD8+ T cell memory to viruses. Curr Opin Immunol 6:545-552, 1994.

57. Doherty PC. Vaccines and cytokine-mediated pathology in RSV infection. Trends Microbiol 2:148-150, 1994.

58. Doherty PC, Tripp RA, Sixbey JW. Evasion of host immune response by tumours and viruses. In: Marsh J, ed. Vaccines against virally induced cancers. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons, Ciba Foundation Symposia No. 187, pp 245-260, 1994.

59. Doherty PC, Kauffman SH. Immunity to infection: Novel insights, new models, in a time of rapid technological change. Curr Opin Immunol 6:515-517, 1994.

60. Doherty PC. Book Review: Cytotoxic T-lymphocytes in human viral and malaria infections. Oldstone MBA, ed. Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology. Vol 189. Springer-Verlag. Trends Microbiol 3:36-37, 1995.

61. Doherty PC. Immune responses to viruses. In: Rich RR, Fleisher TA, Shearer WT, Schwartz BD, Strober W, eds. Clinical Immunology Principles and Practice. Vol I. Mosby-Year Book, Inc pp 535-549, 1995.

62. Doherty PC. Immune memory to viruses. ASM News 61:68-71, 1995.

63. Doherty PC. The keys to cell-mediated immunity. JAMA 274:1067-1068, 1995.

64. Doherty PC. Immunity of viruses. The Immunologist 3:231-233, 1995.

65. Doherty PC. Cytotoxic T cells in anti-viral immunity. In: Chisari FV, Oldstone MBA. Current Topics in microbiology and immunology. Transgenic models of human viral and immunological diseases. Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag 3:36-37, 1995.

66. Doherty PC, Topham DJ, Tripp RA. The cellular basis of immune memory to viruses. In: Brown F, Burton D, Collier J, Mekalanos J, Norrby E, eds. Vaccines 1996. Cold Spring Harbor New York: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press pp 1-6, 1996.

67. Woodland DL, Cole GA, Doherty PC. Concepts in vaccine development. Viral immunity and vaccine strategies. In: Kaufmann SHE, ed. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter & Co. pp. 141-168, 1996.

68. Doherty PC, Ahmed R. Immune response to viral infection. In: Nathanson N, et al., eds. Viral Pathogenesis. New York: Raven Press pp. 153-161, 1996.

69. Doherty PC, Topham DJ, Tripp RA. Analyzing the T cell response to influenza viruses in mouse model systems. In: Brown LE, Hampson AW, Webster RG, eds. Options for the Control of Influenza III. Elsevier Science B.V., 1996.

70. Doherty PC. Cytotoxic T cell effector and memory function in viral immunity. Curr Top Microbiol Immunol 206:1-14, 1996.

71. Doherty PC, Topham DJ, Tripp RA. Establishment and persistence of virus specific CD4+ and CD8+ T cell memory. Immunol Rev 150:23-44, 1996.

72. Zinkernagel RM, Doherty PC. The discovery of MHC-restriction. Immunol Today 18:14-17, 1997.

73. Doherty PC. Cell-mediated immunity in virus infections. In: Lundeberg B, ed. Les Prix Nobel. (The Nobel Prizes 1996) pp 263-283. Nobel Foundation, 1997.

74. Doherty PC, Tripp RA, Hamilton-Easton AM, Cardin RD, Woodland DL, Blackman MA. Tuning to immunological dissonance: an experimental model for infectious mononucleosis. Curr Opin Immunol 9:477-483, 1997.

75. Doherty PC, Topham DJ, Tripp RA, Cardin RD, Brooks JW, Stevenson PG. Effector CD4+ and CD8+ T- cell mechanisms in the control of respiratory virus infections. Immunol Rev 159:105-117, 1997.

76. Doherty PC, Hamilton-Easton AM, Topham DJ, Riberdy J, Brooks JW, Cardin RD. Consequences of viral infections for lymphocyte compartmentalization and homeostasis. Semin Immunol 9:365-373, 1997.

77. Doherty PC. The numbers game for virus-specific CD8+ T cells. Science 280:227, 1998.

78. Stevenson PG, Doherty PC. The cell-mediated immune response to influenza virus. In: Nicholson KG, Webster RG, Hay AJ, eds. Textbook of Influenza. Blackwell Sciences Ltd, Osney, Oxford pp 278-287, 1998.

79. Doherty PC. The new numerology of immunity mediated by virus-specific CD8+ T cells. Curr Opin Microbiol 1:419-422, 1998.

80. Webster RG, Doherty PC, Tripp RA. Influenza virus (orthomyxovirus) infection and immunity. In: Delves PJ, ed. 2nd Edition. Encyclopedia of Immunology. Vol 3. San Diego, California: Academic Press Publishers pp 1385-1387, 1998.

81. Doherty PC, Belz G, Flynn KJ. The continuing revolution in virus-specific CD8+ T cell-mediated immunity. The Immunologist 6:173-177, 1998.

82. Riberdy J, Doherty PC. MHC, functions of. In: Delves PJ, Roitt IM, eds. 2nd Edition. Encyclopedia of Immunology, San Diego, California: Academic Press Publishers pp 1703-1706, 1998.

83. Doherty PC. Harnessing science to solve global poverty and hunger: Flexibility and freedom of action are essential for rapid progress. 1998 Sir John Crawford Memorial Lectures, 1998. Washington, DC: Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) Secretariat Publisher pp 1-13, 1998.

84. Doherty PC. Living in the Burnet Lineage. Immunol Cell Biol 77:167-176, 1999.

85. Doherty PC. Viral studies illuminate the nature of immunity. ASM News 65:340-344, 1999.

86. Riberdy J, Doherty PC. Cell mediated immune response. In: Webster RG, Granoff A, eds. 2nd Edition. Encyclopedia of Virology, Academic Press Publisher pp 813-824, 1999.

87. Doherty PC. The terminology problem for T cells: a discussion paper. Phil Trans R Soc Lond B 355:361-362, 2000.

88. Doherty PC, Christensen JP. Accessing complexity: The dynamics of virus-specific T cell responses. Ann Rev Immunol 18:561-592, 2000.

89. Doherty PC, Riberdy JM, Belz GT. Quantitative analysis of the CD8+ T cell response to readily eliminated and persistent viruses. Phil Trans R Soc Lond B 355:1093-1101, 2000.

90. Doherty PC, Riberdy JM, Christensen JP. Memory and recall CD8+ T cell responses to the influenza A viruses. In: Osterhaus, A.D.M.E., et al, eds, Options for the Control of Influenza IV, (in press).

91. Doherty PC, Christensen JP, Belz GT, Stevenson PG, Sangster MY. Dissecting the host response to a gamma herpesvirus. Phil Trans R Soc Lond B 356:581-593, 2001.

92. Doherty, PC. Weak points of host defense against microbial invasion. World Congress Medicine and Health (in press).

93. Doherty, PC. The pas de deux of viruses and CD8 T cells. Immunol Rev. 185:39-49, 2002.

94. Doherty PC (2003) On the nose: shared themes for the sensory and immune self. Nat Immunol 4: 1043-5.

95. Modlin RL, Doherty P (2003) Host-pathogen interactions. Host defense against microbial pathogens - the immune system's weapons of mass destruction. Curr Opin Immunol 15: 393-394.

96. Turner SJ, Kedzierska K, La Gruta N, Webby R, Doherty PC (2004) Characterization of CD8+ T cell repertoire diversity and persistence in the Influenza A virus model of localized, transient infection. Sem Immunol 16: 179-184.

97. Doherty PC, Turner SJ (2004) Memories of virus-specific CD8+ T cells. Immunol Cell Biol 82: 136-140.

98. Doherty, P.C., and S.J. Turner. 2004. Memories of virus-specific CD8 T cells. Immunol Cell Biol 82:136-140.

99. Turner, S.J., K. Kedzierska, N.L. La Gruta, R. Webby, and P.C. Doherty. 2004. Characterization of CD8(+) T cell repertoire diversity and persistence in the influenza A virus model of localized, transient infection. Semin Immunol 16:179-184.

100. Slobod, K.S., C. Coleclough, M. Bonsignori, S.A. Brown, X. Zhan, S. Surman, A. Zirkel, B.G. Jones, R.E. Sealy, J. Stambas, B. Brown, T.D. Lockey, P.J. Freiden, P.C. Doherty, J.L. Blanchard, L.N. Martin, and J.L. Hurwitz. 2005. HIV vaccine rationale, design and testing. Curr HIV Res 3:107-112.

101. Mintern JD, Guillonneau C, Turner SJ, Doherty PC. Influenza Vaccines for the Future. Immunity to Influenza. Birkhauser Publishers Ltd. Editors: Rino Rappouli and Guiseppe Del Giudice (2007).

102. Doherty PC, Turner SJ. The challenges of viral immunity. Immunity 2007;27: 363-5.

103. Doherty PC. Challenged by complexity: my twentieth century in immunology. Ann Rev Imm 2007;25: 1-19.

104. Doherty PC. Endings and beginnings of life. Cell Mol Life Sci 2007; 64:1-2.

Unpublished Theses

1. Studies in the experimental pathology of louping-ill encephalitis. Edinburgh, 1970.
2. The epizootiology of bovine leptospirosis. Queensland, 1966.


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