Items where Author is "Khera, A"

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Jain, R and Dey, B and Khera, A and Srivatsav, P and Gupta, U D and Katoch, V M and Ramanathan, V D and Tyagi, A K (2011) Over-expression of superoxide dismutase obliterates the protective effect of BCG against tuberculosis by modulating innate and adaptive immune responses. Vaccine, 29 (45). pp. 8118-8125. ISSN 0264-410X

Dey, B and Jain, R and Khera, A and Gupta, U D and Katoch, V M and Ramanathan, V D and Tyagi, A K (2011) Latency Antigen a-Crystallin Based Vaccination Imparts a Robust Protection against TB by Modulating the Dynamics of Pulmonary Cytokines. PLoS ONE, 6 (4). e18773. ISSN Electronic: 1932-6203

Dey, B and Jain, R and Khera, A and Rao, V and Dhar, N and Gupta, U D and Katoch, V M and Ramanathan, V D and Tyagi, A K (2009) Boosting with a DNA vaccine expressing ESAT-6 (DNAE6) obliterates the protection imparted by recombinant BCG (rBCGE6) against aerosol Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection in guinea pigs. Vaccine, 28 (1). pp. 63-70. ISSN 0264-410X

Khera, A and Singh, R and Shakila, H and Rao, V and Dhar, N and Narayanan, P R and Paramasivan, C N and Ramanathan, V D and Tyagi, A K (2005) Elicitation of efficient, protective immune responses by using DNA vaccines against tuberculosis. Vaccine, 23 (48-49). pp. 5655-5665. ISSN 0264-410X

Rao, V and Dhar, N and Shakila, H and Singh, R and Khera, A and Jain, R and Naseema, M and Paramasivan, C N and Narayanan, P R and Ramanathan, V D and Tyagi, A K (2005) Increased expression of Mycobacterium tuberculosis 19 kDa lipoprotein obliterates the protective efficacy of BCG by polarizing host immune responses to the Th2 subtype. Scandinavian Journal of Immunology, 61 (5). pp. 410-417. ISSN Print: 0300-9475; Online: 1365-3083

Sing, R and Rao, V and Shakila, H and Gupta, R and Khera, A and Dhar, N and Singh, A and Koul, A and Singh, Y and Naseema, M and Narayanan, P R and Paramasivan, C N and Ramanathan, V D and Tyagi, A K (2003) Disruption of mptpB impairs the ability of Mycobacterium tuberculosis to survive in guinea pigs. Molecular Microbiology, 50 (3). pp. 751-762. ISSN Print: 0950-382X; Online: 1365-2958

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