Lucy Jones

Location: Room 201, Ashworth Laboratories

Telephone: +44(0)131-650-7289

Email: s0565541@sms.ed.ac.uk

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University Edinburgh (2005-2008)

University Edinburgh (2008-2009)

University of Edinburgh (2009-Present)

Research Interests

I am interested in the alternative activation of the immune system, specifically dendritic cells, in the context of parasitic worm infection.

Publications:

 
Jones, L.H., Cook, P.C., Jenkins, S.J., Wynn, T.A., Allen, J.E. and MacDonald, A.S. (2012)
Alternatively activated dendritic cells regulate CD4+ T cell polarization in vitro and in vivo. P.N.A.S. 109: 9977-9982.
Jenkins, S.J., Ruckerl, D., Cook, P.C., Jones, L.H., Finkelman, F.D., van Rooijen, N., MacDonald, A.S. and Allen, J.E. (2011)
Local macrophage proliferation, rather than recruitment from the blood, is a signature of Th2 inflammation. Science. 332: 1284-1288.
Phythian-Adams, A.T., Cook, P.C., Lundie, R.J., Jones, L.H., Smith, K.A., Barr, T.A., Hochweller, K., Anderton, S.A., Hammerling, G.J., Maizels, R.M. and MacDonald, A.S. (2010)
CD11c depletion severely disrupts Th2 induction and development in vivo. Journal of Experimental Medicine. 207(10):2089-96.
Elise Darmon, John K. Eykelenboom, Frederic Lincker, Lucy H. Jones, Martin White, Ewa Okely, John K. Blackwood and David R. Leach. (2010).
E. coli SbcCD and RecA control chromosomal rearrangement induced by an interrupted palindrome. Molecular Cell. 39: 59-70.