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Christopher M. Snyder, PhD

Contact Dr. Snyder

233 South Tenth Street
Bluemle Life Sciences Building, Room 526
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-2543
(215) 923 7145 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Cytomegalovirus and immunotherapy: Opportunistic pathogen, novel target for cancer and a promising vaccine vector
  2. Front-Line Memory T Cells Think Outside the T-box. . . Mostly
  3. Murine CMV Infection Induces the Continuous Production of Mucosal Resident T Cells
  4. Memory T cells specific for murine cytomegalovirus re-emerge after multiple challenges and recapitulate immunity in various adoptive transfer scenarios
  5. Resolving the titer of murine cytomegalovirus by plaque assay using the M2-10B4 cell line and a low viscosity overlay
  6. Systemic Hematogenous Maintenance of Memory Inflation by MCMV Infection
  7. Competition between T cells maintains clonal dominance during memory inflation induced by MCMV
  8. Competition for antigen at the level of the APC is a major determinant of immunodominance during memory inflation in murine cytomegalovirus infection
  9. Editorial: Once more unto the breach, dear friends: CMV reactivates when the walls come down
  10. Buffered memory: A hypothesis for the maintenance of functional, virus-specific CD8 + T cells during cytomegalovirus infection
  11. Sustained CD8+ T cell memory inflation after infection with a single-cycle Cytomegalovirus
  12. Aborted germinal center reactions and B cell memory by follicular T cells specific for a B cell receptor V region peptide
  13. Cross-presentation of a spread-defective MCMV is sufficient to prime the majority of virus-specific CD8+ T cells
  14. CD4+ T cell help has an epitope-dependent impact on CD8 + T cell memory inflation during murine cytomegalovirus infection
  15. Memory Inflation during Chronic Viral Infection Is Maintained by Continuous Production of Short-Lived, Functional T Cells
  16. GMx33 associates with the trans-Golgi matrix in a dynamic manner and sorts within tubules exiting the Golgi
  17. Cis-Golgi matrix proteins move directly to endoplasmic reticulum exit sites by association with tubules
  18. Activation and tolerance in CD4+ T cells reactive to an immunoglobulin-variable region
  19. Negligible class II MHC presentation of B cell receptor-derived peptides by high density resting B cells
  20. Somatic origin of T-cell epitopes within antibody variable regions: Significance to monoclonal therapy and genesis of systemic autoimmune disease
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