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  2. Tolerant anti-insulin B cells are effective APCs. Kendall PL, Case JB, Sullivan AM, Holderness JS, Wells KS, Liu E, Thomas JW (2013) J Immunol 190(6): 2519-26
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  3. B lymphocyte "original sin" in the bone marrow enhances islet autoreactivity in type 1 diabetes-prone nonobese diabetic mice. Henry-Bonami RA, Williams JM, Rachakonda AB, Karamali M, Kendall PL, Thomas JW (2013) J Immunol 190(12): 5992-6003
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  4. Autoantigen-specific B-cell depletion overcomes failed immune tolerance in type 1 diabetes. Henry RA, Kendall PL, Thomas JW (2012) Diabetes 61(8): 2037-44
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  5. Reduced diabetes in btk-deficient nonobese diabetic mice and restoration of diabetes with provision of an anti-insulin IgH chain transgene. Kendall PL, Moore DJ, Hulbert C, Hoek KL, Khan WN, Thomas JW (2009) J Immunol 183(10): 6403-12
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  6. Functional silencing is initiated and maintained in immature anti-insulin B cells. Henry RA, Acevedo-Suárez CA, Thomas JW (2009) J Immunol 182(6): 3432-9
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  7. Tertiary lymphoid structures in the pancreas promote selection of B lymphocytes in autoimmune diabetes. Kendall PL, Yu G, Woodward EJ, Thomas JW (2007) J Immunol 178(9): 5643-51
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  8. Impaired intracellular calcium mobilization and NFATc1 availability in tolerant anti-insulin B cells. Acevedo-Suárez CA, Kilkenny DM, Reich MB, Thomas JW (2006) J Immunol 177(4): 2234-41
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  9. Uncoupling of anergy from developmental arrest in anti-insulin B cells supports the development of autoimmune diabetes. Acevedo-Suárez CA, Hulbert C, Woodward EJ, Thomas JW (2005) J Immunol 174(2): 827-33
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  10. Multiple germline kappa light chains generate anti-insulin B cells in nonobese diabetic mice. Woodward EJ, Thomas JW (2005) J Immunol 175(2): 1073-9
    › Primary publication · 16002708 (PubMed)