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    Brennan, Kiva and O'Leary, Bobby D. and McLaughlin, Danielle and Breen, Eamon P. and Connolly, Emma and Ali, Nusrat and O'Driscoll, David N. and Ozaki, Ema and Mahony, Rebecca and Mulfaul, Kelly and Ryan, Aoife M. and Ni Chianain, Aine and McHugh, Alison and Molloy, Eleanor J. and Hogan, Andrew E. and Paran, Sri and McAuliffe, Fionnuala M. and Doyle, Sarah L. (2018) Type 1 IFN Induction by Cytosolic Nucleic Acid Is Intact in Neonatal Mononuclear Cells, Contrasting Starkly with Neonatal Hyporesponsiveness to TLR Ligation Due to Independence from Endosome-Mediated IRF3 Activation. Journal of Immunology, 201. pp. 1131-1143. ISSN 0022-1767

    Doyle, Sarah L. and Shirey, Kari Ann and McGettrick, Anne F. and Kenny, Elaine F. and Carpenter, Susan B. and Caffrey, Brian E. and Gardan, Siobhan and Quinn, Susan R. and Cammano, Jorge H. and Moynagh, Paul N. and Vogel, Stefani N. and O'Neill, Luke A. (2013) NFκB2 p52 has a role in antiviral immunity through IKKε -dependent induction of Sp1 and IL-15. Journal of Biological Chemistry. ISSN 0021-9258

    Doyle, Sarah L. and Shirey, Kari Ann and McGettrick, Anne F. and Kenny, Elaine F. and Carpenter, Susan B. and Caffrey, Brian E. and Gargan, Siobhan and Quinn, Susan R. and Caamano, Jorge H. and Moynagh, Paul N. and Vogel, Stefanie N. and O'Neill, Luke A. (2013) Nuclear Factor κB2 p52 Protein Has a Role in Antiviral Immunity through IκB Kinase ϵ-dependent Induction of Sp1 Protein and Interleukin 15. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 288. 25066 -25075. ISSN 0021-9258

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