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SNOWDEN, J.A., HAWKEY, C., HIND, D., SWABY, L., MELLOR, K., EMSLEY, R., MANDEFIELD, L., LEE, E., BADOGLIO, M., POLGE, E., LABOPIN, M., GRIBBEN, J., POCKLEY, A.G., FOULDS, G.A., LOBO, A., TRAVIS, S., PARKES, M., SATSANGI, J., PAPAIOANNOU, D. and LINDSAY, J.O., 2019. Autologous stem cell transplantation in refractory Crohn's disease – low intensity therapy evaluation (ASTIClite): study protocols for a multicentre, randomised controlled trial and observational follow up study. BMC Gastroenterology, 19 (1): 82. ISSN 1471-230X

WAGNER, S., VADAKEKOLATHU, J., TASIAN, S.K., ALTMANN, H., BORNHÄUSER, M., POCKLEY, A.G., BALL, G.R. and RUTELLA, S., 2019. A parsimonious 3-gene signature predicts clinical outcomes in an acute myeloid leukemia multicohort study. Blood Advances, 3 (8), pp. 1330-1346. ISSN 2473-9529

DRING, K.J., COOPER, S.B., MORRIS, J.G., SUNDERLAND, C., FOULDS, G.A., POCKLEY, A.G. and NEVILL, M.E., 2019. Cytokine, glycemic and insulinemic responses to an acute bout of games-based activity in adolescents. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports, 29 (4), pp. 597-605. ISSN 0905-7188

HOOD, S.P., FOULDS, G.A., IMRIE, H., REEDER, S., MCARDLE, S.E.B., KHAN, M. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2019. Phenotype and function of activated natural killer cells from patients with prostate cancer: patient-dependent responses to priming and IL-2 activation. Frontiers in Immunology, 9: 3169. ISSN 1664-3224

DRING, K.J., COOPER, S.B., MORRIS, J.G., SUNDERLAND, C., FOULDS, G.A., POCKLEY, A.G. and NEVILL, M.E., 2019. Multi-stage fitness test performance, V˙O2 peak and adiposity: effect on risk factors for cardio-metabolic disease in adolescents. Frontiers in Physiology, 10: 629. ISSN 1664-042X

SABRY, M., ZUBIAK, A., HOOD, S.P., SIMMONDS, P., ARELLANO-BALLESTERO, H., COURNOYER, E., MASHAR, M., POCKLEY, A.G. and LOWDELL, M.W., 2019. Tumor- and cytokine-primed human natural killer cells exhibit distinct phenotypic and transcriptional signatures. PLoS ONE, 14 (6): e0218674. ISSN 1932-6203

BREUNINGER, S., STANGL, S., WERNER, C., SIEVERT, W., LOBINGER, D., FOULDS, G.A., WAGNER, S., PICKHARD, A., PIONTEK, G., KOKOWSKI, K., POCKLEY, A.G. and MULTHOFF, G., 2018. Membrane Hsp70 — a novel target for the isolation of circulating tumor cells after epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition. Frontiers in Oncology, 8: 497. ISSN 2234-943X

FOULDS, G.A., VADAKEKOLATHU, J., ABDEL-FATAH, T.M.A., NAGARAJAN, D., REEDER, S., JOHNSON, C., HOOD, S., MOSELEY, P.M., CHAN, S.Y.T., POCKLEY, A.G., RUTELLA, S. and MCARDLE, S.E.B., 2018. Immune-phenotyping and transcriptomic profiling of peripheral blood mononuclear cells from patients with breast cancer: identification of a 3 gene signature which predicts relapse of triple negative breast cancer. Frontiers in Immunology, 9: 2028. ISSN 1664-3224

VADAKEKOLATHU, J., FOULDS, G.A., PATEL, T., REEDER, S., POCKLEY, A.G., TASIAN, S.K. and RUTELLA, S., 2018. Immune gene expression profiling identifies predictors of relapse in childhood acute myeloid leukemia. Cancer Immunology Research, 6 (9 Supp): B62. ISSN 2326-6066

VADAKEKOLATHU, J., AL-JUBOORI, S.I.K., JOHNSON, C., SCHNEIDER, A., BUCZEK, M.E., DI BIASE, A., POCKLEY, A.G., BALL, G.R., POWE, D.G. and REGAD, T., 2018. MTSS1 and SCAMP1 cooperate to prevent invasion in breast cancer. Cell Death & Disease, 9: 344. ISSN 2041-4889

RUTELLA, S., VADAKEKOLATHU, J., ALTMANN, H., PATEL, T., REEDER, S., LIANG, Y., SCHMITZ, M., HOOD, T., DANAHER, P., WARREN, S., CESANO, A., BEECHEM, J.M., POCKLEY, A.G., TASIAN, S.K. and BORNHÄUSER, M., 2018. Capturing the complexity of the immune microenvironment of acute myeloid leukemia with 3D biology technology. Journal of Clinical Oncology, 36 (5 supp), p. 50. ISSN 0732-183X

EDKINS, A.L., PRICE, J.T., POCKLEY, A.G. and BLATCH, G.L., 2018. Heat shock proteins as modulators and therapeutic targets of chronic disease: an integrated perspective. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 373 (1738), p. 20160522. ISSN 0962-8436

POCKLEY, A.G. and HENDERSON, B., 2018. Extracellular cell stress (heat shock) proteins - immune responses and disease: an overview. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 373 (1738): 20160522. ISSN 0962-8436

POCKLEY, A.G., LINDSAY, J.O., FOULDS, G.A., RUTELLA, S., GRIBBEN, J.G., ALEXANDER, T. and SNOWDEN, J.A., 2018. Immune reconstitution after autologous hematopoietic stem cell transplantation in Crohn's disease: current status and future directions. A review on behalf of the EBMT Autoimmune Diseases Working Party and the autologous stem cell transplantation in refractory CD—low intensity therapy evaluation study investigators. Frontiers in Immunology, 9: 646. ISSN 1664-3224

COSMA, G., MCARDLE, S.E., REEDER, S., FOULDS, G.A., HOOD, S., KHAN, M. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2017. Identifying the presence of prostate cancer in individuals with PSA levels <20 ng ml−1 using computational data extraction analysis of high dimensional peripheral blood flow cytometric phenotyping data. Frontiers in Immunology, 8, p. 1771. ISSN 1664-3224

VADAKEKOLATHU, J., PATEL, T., REEDER, S., SCHAARSCHMIDT, H., SCHMITZ, M., BORNHÄUSER, M., WARREN, S.E., HOOD, T., DANAHER, P., CESANO, A., BEECHEM, J.M., POCKLEY, A.G., TASIAN, S.K. and RUTELLA, S., 2017. Immune gene expression profiling in children and adults with acute myeloid leukemia identifies distinct phenotypic patterns. Blood, 130 (Supp 1), 3942A. ISSN 0006-4971

VADAKEKOLATHU, J., MEREDITH, R., ROSS, P.M., WAGNER, S., REEDER, S., DEMIRKAN, G., KUHAR, J.R., BALL, G.R., POCKLEY, A.G. and RUTELLA, S., 2017. Interferon-γ induces distinct mRNA and protein profiles in acute and chronic myeloid leukemia. Blood, 130 (Supp 1), 3945A. ISSN 0006-4971

COSSARIZZA, A., CHANG, H.D., RADBRUCH, A., AKDIS, M., ANDRÄ, I., ANNUNZIATO, F., BACHER, P., BARNABA, V., BATTISTINI, L., BAUER, W.M., BAUMGART, S., BECHER, B., BEISKER, W., BEREK, C., BLANCO, A., BORSELLINO, G., BOULAIS, P.E., BRINKMAN, R.R., BÜSCHER, M., BUSCH, D.H., BUSHNELL, T.P., CAO, X., CAVANI, A., CHATTOPADHYAY, P.K., CHENG, Q., CHOW, S., CLERICI, M., COOKE, A., COSMA, A., COSMI, L., CUMANO, A., DANG, V.D., DAVIES, D., DE BIASI, S., DEL ZOTTO, G., DELLA BELLA, S., DELLABONA, P., DENIZ, G., DESSING, M., DIEFENBACH, A., DI SANTO, J., DIELI, F., DOLF, A., DONNENBERG, V.S., DÖRNER, T., EHRHARDT, G.R.A., ENDL, E., ENGEL, P., ENGELHARDT, B., ESSER, C., EVERTS, B., DREHER, A., FALK, C.S., FEHNIGER, T.A., FILBY, A., FILLATREAU, S., FOLLO, M., FÖRSTER, I., FOSTER, J., FOULDS, G.A., FRENETTE, P.S., GALBRAITH, D., GARBI, N., GARCÍA-GODOY, M.D., GEGINAT, J., GHORESCHI, K., GIBELLINI, L., GOETTLINGER, C., GOODYEAR, C.S., GORI, A., GROGAN, J., GROSS, M., GRÜTZKAU, A., GRUMMITT, D., HAHN, J., HAMMER, Q., HAUSER, A.E., HAVILAND, D.L., HEDLEY, D., HERRERA, G., HERRMANN, M., HIEPE, F., HOLLAND, T., HOMBRINK, P., HOUSTON, J.P., HOYER, B.F., HUANG, B., HUNTER, C.A., IANNONE, A., JÄCK, H.-M., JÁVEGA, B., JONJIC, S., JUELKE, K., JUNG, S., KAISER, T., KALINA, T., KELLER, B., KHAN, S., KIENHÖFER, D., KRONEIS, T., KUNKEL, D., KURTS, C., KVISTBORG, P., LANNIGAN, J., LANTZ, O., LARBI, A., LEIBUNDGUT-LANDMANN, S., LEIPOLD, M.D., LEVINGS, M.K., LITWIN, V., LIU, Y., LOHOFF, M., LOMBARDI, G., LOPEZ, L., LOVETT-RACKE, A., LUBBERTS, E., LUDEWIG, B., LUGLI, E., MAECKER, H.T., MARTRUS, G., MATARESE, G., MAUERÖDER, C., MCGRATH, M., MCINNES, I., MEI, H.E., MELCHERS, F., MELZER, S., MIELENZ, D., MILLS, K., MIRRER, D., MJÖSBERG, J., MOORE, J., MORAN, B., MORETTA, A., MORETTA, L., MOSMANN, T.R., MÜLLER, S., MÜLLER, W., MÜNZ, C., MULTHOFF, G., MUNOZ, L.E., MURPHY, K.M., NAKAYAMA, T., NASI, M., NEUDÖRFL, C., NOLAN, J., NOURSHARGH, S., O'CONNOR, J.-E., OUYANG, W., OXENIUS, A., PALANKAR, R., PANSE, I., PETERSON, P., PETH, C., PETRIZ, J., PHILIPS, D., PICKL, W., PICONESE, S., PINTI, M., POCKLEY, A.G., PODOLSKA, M.J., PUCILLO, C., QUATAERT, S.A., RADSTAKE, T.R.D.J., RAJWA, B., REBHAHN, J.A., RECKTENWALD, D., REMMERSWAAL, E.B.M., REZVANI, K., RICO, L.G., ROBINSON, J.P., ROMAGNANI, C., RUBARTELLI, A., RUCKERT, B., RULAND, J., SAKAGUCHI, S., SALA-DE-OYANGUREN, F., SAMSTAG, Y., SANDERSON, S., SAWITZKI, B., SCHEFFOLD, A., SCHIEMANN, M., SCHILDBERG, F., SCHIMISKY, E., SCHMID, S.A., SCHMITT, S., SCHOBER, K., SCHÜLER, T., SCHULZ, A.R., SCHUMACHER, T., SCOTTA, C., SHANKEY, T.V., SHEMER, A., SIMON, A.K., SPIDLEN, J., STALL, A.M., STARK, R., STEHLE, C., STEIN, M., STEINMETZ, T., STOCKINGER, H., TAKAHAMA, Y., TARNOK, A., TIAN, Z., TOLDI, G., TORNACK, J., TRAGGIAI, E., TROTTER, J., ULRICH, H., VAN DER BRABER, M., VAN LIER, R.A.W., VELDHOEN, M., VENTO-ASTURIAS, S., VIEIRA, P., VOEHRINGER, D., VOLK, H.-D., VON VOLKMANN, K., WAISMAN, A., WALKER, R., WARD, M.D., WARNATZ, K., WARTH, S., WATSON, J.V., WATZL, C., WEGENER, L., WIEDEMANN, A., WIENANDS, J., WILLIMSKY, G., WING, J., WURST, P., YU, L., YUE, A., ZHANG, Q., ZHAO, Y., ZIEGLER, S. and ZIMMERMANN, J., 2017. Guidelines for the use of flow cytometry and cell sorting in immunological studies. European Journal of Immunology, 47 (10), pp. 1584-1797. ISSN 0014-2980

BOLAND, J.W. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2017. Influence of opioids on immune function in patients with cancer pain: from bench to bedside. British Journal of Pharmacology. ISSN 0007-1188

COSMA, G., BROWN, D., ARCHER, M., KHAN, M. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2017. A survey on computational intelligence approaches for predictive modeling in prostate cancer. Expert Systems with Applications, 70, pp. 1-19. ISSN 0957-4174

HARNER-FOREMAN, N., VADAKEKOLATHU, J., LAVERSIN, S.A., MATHIEU, M.G., REEDER, S., POCKLEY, A.G., REES, R.C. and BOOCOCK, D.J., 2017. A novel spontaneous model of epithelial-mesenchymal transition (EMT) using a primary prostate cancer derived cell line demonstrating distinct stem-like characteristics. Scientific Reports, 7, p. 40633. ISSN 2045-2322

ZAFEIRIS, D., VADAKEKOLATHU, J., WAGNER, S., POCKLEY, A.G., BALL, G.R. and RUTELLA, S., 2017. Discovery and application of immune biomarkers for hematological malignancies. Expert Review of Molecular Diagnostics, 17 (11), pp. 983-1000. ISSN 1473-7159

ABDEL-FATAH, T.M.A., REES, R.C., POCKLEY, A.G., MOSELEY, P., BALL, G.R., CHAN, S.Y.T., ELLIS, I.O. and MILES, A.K., 2017. The localisation of pre mRNA splicing factor PRPF38B is a novel prognostic biomarker that may predict survival benefit of trastuzumab in patients with breast cancer overexpressing HER2. Oncotarget, 8, pp. 112245-112257. ISSN 1949-2553

COSMA, G., BROWN, D.J., SHOPLAND, N., BATTERSBY, S., SEYMOUR-SMITH, S., ARCHER, M. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2016. PROCEE: a PROstate Cancer Evaluation and Education serious game for African Caribbean men. Journal of Assistive Technologies, 10 (4), pp. 199-210. ISSN 1754-9450

BOLAND, J.W. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2016. Clinically relevant concentrations of opioids for in vitro studies. Journal of Opioid Management, 12 (5), pp. 313-321. ISSN 1551-7489

ABDEL-FATAH, T.M.A., AGARWAL, D., LIU, D.X., RUSSELL, R., RUEDA, O.M., LIU, K., XU, B., MOSELEY, P.M., GREEN, A.R., POCKLEY, A.G., REES, R.C., CALDAS, C., ELLIS, I.O., BALL, G.R. and CHAN, S.Y.T., 2016. SPAG5 as a prognostic biomarker and chemotherapy sensitivity predictor in breast cancer: a retrospective, integrated genomic, transcriptomic, and protein analysis. The Lancet Oncology, 17 (7), pp. 1004-1018. ISSN 1470-2045

COSMA, G., ACAMPORA, G., BROWN, D., REES, R.C., KHAN, M. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2016. Prediction of pathological stage in patients with prostate cancer: a neuro-fuzzy model. PLOS ONE, 11 (6), e0155856. ISSN 1932-6203

HICKMAN, G.J., BOOCOCK, D.J., POCKLEY, A.G. and PERRY, C.C., 2016. The importance and clinical relevance of surfaces in tissue culture. ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering, 2 (2), pp. 152-164. ISSN 2373-9878

BUCZEK, M.E., MILES, A.K., GREEN, W., JOHNSON, C., BOOCOCK, D.J., POCKLEY, A.G., REES, R.C., HULMAN, G., VAN SCHALKWYK, G., PARKINSON, R., HULMAN, J., POWE, D.G. and REGAD, T., 2016. Cytoplasmic PML promotes TGF-β-associated epithelial–mesenchymal transition and invasion in prostate cancer. Oncogene, 35, pp. 3465-3475. ISSN 0950-9232

BUHLIN, K., HOLMER, J., GUSTAFSSON, A., HÖRKKÖ, S., POCKLEY, A.G., JOHANSSON, A., PAJU, S., KLINGE, B. and PUSSINEN, P.J., 2015. Association of periodontitis with persistent, pro-atherogenic antibody responses [forthcoming]. Journal of Clinical Periodontology, 42 (11), pp. 1006-1014. ISSN 0303-6979

HICKMAN, G.J., REES, R.C., BOOCOCK, D.J., POCKLEY, A.G. and PERRY, C.C., 2015. Controlling the dynamics of cell transition in heterogeneous cultures using surface chemistry. Advanced Healthcare Materials, 4 (4), pp. 593-601. ISSN 2192-2640

ABDEL-FATAH, T.M.A., MCARDLE, S.E., AGARWAL, D., MOSELEY, P.M., GREEN, A.R., BALL, G.R., POCKLEY, A.G., ELLIS, I.O., REES, R.C. and CHAN, S.Y.T., 2015. HAGE in triple negative breast cancer (TNBC) is a novel prognostic, predictive and actionable biomarker: a transcriptomic and protein expression analysis. Clinical Cancer Research. ISSN 1078-0432

POCKLEY, A.G., FOULDS, G.A., OUGHTON, J.A., KERKVLIET, N.I. and MULTHOFF, G., 2015. Immune Cell Phenotyping Using Flow Cytometry. Current Protocols in Toxicology, 66, 18.8.1-18.8.34. ISSN 1934-9254

TONG, D.L., BALL, G.R. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2015. gEM/GANN: a multivariate computational strategy for auto-characterizing relationships between cellular and clinical phenotypes and predicting disease progression time using high-dimensional flow cytometry data. Cytometry Part A, 87 (7), pp. 616-623. ISSN 1552-4922

MULTHOFF, G., POCKLEY, A.G., SCHMID, T.E. and SCHILLING, D., 2015. The role of heat shock protein 70 (Hsp70) in radiation-induced immunomodulation. Cancer letters. ISSN 0304-3835

CAMPRODON, R.A.M., BOWLES, M.J., POCKLEY, A.G. and DE OCA, J., 2014. Anti-inflammatory effects of Ischemic preconditioning on rat small bowel allografts. Transplantation Proceedings, 46 (6), pp. 2146-2149. ISSN 0041-1345

NICKLIN, M., REES, R.C., POCKLEY, A.G. and PERRY, C.C., 2014. Development of an hydrophobic fluoro-silica surface for studying homotypic cancer cell aggregation–disaggregation as a single dynamic process in vitro. Biomaterials Science, 2 (10), pp. 1486-1496. ISSN 2047-4830

BOLAND, J.W., MCWILLIAMS, K., AHMEDZAI, S.H. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2014. Effects of opioids on immunologic parameters that are relevant to anti-tumour immune potential in patients with cancer: a systematic literature review. British Journal of Cancer, 111 (5), pp. 866-873. ISSN 1532-1827

POCKLEY, A.G., HENDERSON, B. and MULTHOFF, G., 2014. Extracellular cell stress proteins as biomarkers of human disease. Biochemical Society Transactions, 42 (6). ISSN 0300-5127

ABDEL-FATAH, T.M.A., MCARDLE, S.E.B., JOHNSON, C., MOSELEY, P.M., BALL, G.R., POCKLEY, A.G., ELLIS, I.O., REES, R.C. and CHAN, S.Y.T., 2014. HAGE (DDX43) is a biomarker for poor prognosis and a predictor of chemotherapy response in breast cancer. British Journal of Cancer, 110 (10), pp. 2450-2461. ISSN 1532-1827

MOEIN-VAZIRI, N., PHILLIPS, I., SMITH, S., ALMINANA, C., MASIDE, C., GIL, M.A., ROCA, J., MARTINEZ, E.A., HOLT, W.V., POCKLEY, A.G. and FAZELI, A., 2014. Heat-shock protein A8 restores sperm membrane integrity by increasing plasma membrane fluidity. Reproduction, 147 (5), pp. 719-732. ISSN 1470-1626

SAIF, J.M.S., VADAKEKOLATHU, J., RANE, S.S., MCDONALD, D., AHMAD, M., MATHIEU, M., POCKLEY, A.G., DURRANT, L., METHERINGHAM, R., REES, R.C. and MCARDLE, S.E.B., 2014. Novel prostate acid phosphatase-based peptide vaccination strategy induces antigen-specific T-cell responses and limits tumour growth in mice. European Journal of Immunology, 44 (4), pp. 994-1004. ISSN 0014-2980

MCARDLE, S.E.B., POCKLEY, A.G., GIBSON, G.R. and REES, R.C., 2014. Prostate cancer: important steps and considerations in the design of therapeutic vaccines. OncoImmunology, 3 (3). ISSN 2162-402X

GEHRMANN, M., STANGL, S., FOULDS, G.A., OELLINGER, R., BREUNINGER, S., RAD, R., POCKLEY, A.G. and MULTHOFF, G., 2014. Tumor imaging and targeting potential of an Hsp70-derived 14-mer peptide. PLoS ONE, 9 (8). ISSN 1932-6203

MATHIEU, M.G., MILES, A.K., AHMAD, M., BUCZEK, M.E., POCKLEY, A.G., REES, R.C. and REGAD, T., 2014. The helicase HAGE prevents interferon-a-induced PML expression in ABCB5+ malignant melanoma-initiating cells by promoting the expression of SOCS1. Cell Death and Disease, 5 (2). ISSN 2041-4889

MATHIEU, M.G., MILES, A.K., AHMAD, M., BUCZEK, M.E., POCKLEY, A.G., REES, R.C. and REGAD, T., 2014. The helicase HAGE prevents interferon-α-induced PML expression in ABCB5+ malignant melanoma-initiating cells by promoting the expression of SOCS1. Cell Death & Disease, 5 (2). ISSN 2041-4889

MULTHOFF, G., RÖDEL, F., POCKLEY, A.G. and GAIPL, U.S., 2013. Frontiers research topic: radiation-induced effects and the immune system. Frontiers in Oncology, 3. ISSN 2234-943X

FOULDS, G.A., RADONS, J., KREUZER, M., MULTHOFF, G. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2013. Influence of tumors on protective anti-tumor immunity and the effects of irradiation. Frontiers in Oncology, 3. ISSN 2234-943X

FOULDS, G.A., KREUZER, M., MULTHOFF, G. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2013. Orchestration of protective innate and adaptive immunity by tumours and the influence of radiation-mediated effects [forthcoming]. Frontiers in Molecular and Cellular Oncology.

BOLAND, J.W., FOULDS, G.A., AHMEDZAI, S.H. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2013. A preliminary evaluation of the effects of opioids on innate and adaptive human in vitro immune function. BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care. ISSN 2045-435X

FREY, B., RUBNER, Y., WUNDERLICH, R., WEISS, E.-M., POCKLEY, A.G., FIETKAU, R. and GAIPL, U.S., 2012. Abscopal anti-tumor immune effects and immunogenic tumor cell death induced by ionizing irradiation: implications for cancer therapies. Current Medicinal Chemistry, 19 (12), pp. 1751-1764. ISSN 0929-8673

MULTHOFF, G., POCKLEY, A.G., STREFFER, C. and GAIPL, U.S., 2012. Dual role of heat shock proteins (HSPs) in anti-tumor immunity. Current Molecular Medicine, 12 (9), pp. 1174-1182. ISSN 1566-5240

GEHRMANN, M., STANGL, S., KIRSCHNER, A., FOULDS, G.A., SIEVERT, W., DOSS, B.T., WALCH, A., POCKLEY, A.G. and MULTHOFF, G., 2012. Immunotherapeutic targeting of membrane Hsp70-expressing tumors using recombinant human granzyme B. PLoS ONE, 7 (7). ISSN 1932-6203

FORSTER, S.E., POWERS, H.J., FOULDS, G.A., FLOWER, D.J., HOPKINSON, K., PARKER, S.G., YOUNG, T.A., SAXTON, J., POCKLEY, A.G. and WILLIAMS, E.A., 2012. Improvement in nutritional status reduces the clinical impact of infections in older adults. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 60 (9), pp. 1645-1654. ISSN 0002-8614

HENDERSON, B. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2012. Proteotoxic stress and circulating cell stress proteins in the cardiovascular diseases. Cell Stress and Chaperones, 17 (3), pp. 303-311. ISSN 1355-8145

STANGL, S., GEHRMANN, M., RIEGGER, J., KUHS, K., RIEDERER, I., SIEVERT, W., HUBE, K., MOCIKAT, R., DRESSEL, R., KREMMER, E., POCKLEY, A.G., FRIEDRICH, L., VIGH, L., SKERRA, A. and MULTHOFF, G., 2011. Targeting membrane heat shock protein 70 (Hsp70) on tumors by cmHsp70.1 antibody. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 108 (2). ISSN 0027-8424

SAXTON, J.M., ZWIERSKA, I., BLAGOJEVIC, M., CHOKSY, S.A., NAWAZ, S. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2011. Upper- versus lower-limb aerobic exercise training on health-related quality of life in patients with symptomatic peripheral arterial disease. Journal of Vascular Surgery, 53 (5), pp. 1265-1273. ISSN 0741-5214

GEHRMANN, M., DOSS, B.T., WAGNER, M., ZETTLITZ, K.A., KONTERMANN, R.E., ECKARDT-SCHUPP, F., FOULDS, G.A., POCKLEY, A.G. and MULTHOFF, G., 2011. A novel expression and purification system for the production of enzymatic and biological active human granzyme B. Journal of Immunological Methods, 371 (12). ISSN 0022-1759

HENDERSON, B., CALDERWOOD, S.K., COATES, A.R., COHEN, I., VAN EDEN, W., LEHNER, T. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2010. Caught with their PAMPs down? The extracellular signalling actions of molecular chaperones are not due to microbial contaminants. Cell Stress & Chaperones, 15 (2), pp. 123-141. ISSN 1355-8145

HENDERSON, B. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2010. Molecular chaperones and protein-folding catalysts as intercellular signaling regulators in immunity and inflammation. Journal of Leukocyte Biology, 88 (3), pp. 445-462. ISSN 0741-5400

FORSTER, S.E., JONES, L., SAXTON, J.M., FLOWER, D.J., FOULDS, G.A., POWERS, H.J., PARKER, S.G., POCKLEY, A.G. and WILLIAMS, E.A., 2010. Recruiting older people to a randomised controlled dietary intervention trial: how hard can it be? BMC Medical Research Methodology, 10 (1). ISSN 1471-2288

MUTHANA, M., MULTHOFF, G. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2010. Tumor infiltrating host cells and their significance for hyperthermia. International Journal of Hyperthermia, 26 (3), pp. 247-255. ISSN 0265-6736

SCHILLING, D., GEHRMANN, M., STEINEM, C., DE MAIO, A., POCKLEY, A.G., ABEND, M., MOLLS, M. and MULTHOFF, G., 2009. Binding of heat shock protein 70 to extracellular phosphatidylserine promotes killing of normoxic and hypoxic tumor cells. The FASEB Journal, 23 (8), pp. 2467-2477. ISSN 0892-6638

BUHLIN, K., HULTIN, M., NORDERYD, O., PERSSON, L., POCKLEY, A.G., PUSSINEN, P.J., RABE, P., KLINGE, B. and GUSTAFSSON, A., 2009. Periodontal treatment influences risk markers for atherosclerosis in patients with severe periodontitis. Atherosclerosis, 206 (2), pp. 518-522. ISSN 0021-9150

BUHLIN, K., HULTIN, M., NORDERYD, O., PERSSON, L., POCKLEY, A.G., RABE, P., KLINGE, B. and GUSTAFSSON, A., 2009. Risk factors for atherosclerosis in cases with severe periodontitis. Journal of Clinical Periodontology, 36 (7). ISSN 0303-6979

POCKLEY, A.G., CALDERWOOD, S.K. and MULTHOFF, G., 2009. The atheroprotective properties of Hsp70: a role for Hsp70-endothelial interactions? Cell Stress & Chaperones, 14 (6), pp. 545-553. ISSN 1355-8145

SAXTON, J.M., ZWIERSKA, I., HOPKINSON, K., ESPIGARES, E., CHOKSY, S., NAWAZ, S., WALKER, R.D. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2008. Effect of upper- and lower-limb exercise training on circulating soluble adhesion molecules, hs-CRP and stress proteins in patients with intermittent claudication. European Journal of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery, 35 (5). ISSN 1078-5884

ZHANG, X., HE, M., CHENG, L., CHEN, Y., ZHOU, L., ZENG, H., POCKLEY, A.G., HU, F.B. and WU, T., 2008. Elevated heat shock protein 60 levels are associated with higher risk of coronary heart disease in Chinese. Circulation, 118 (25), pp. 2687-2693. ISSN 0009-7322

GROSS, C., HOLLER, E., STANGL, S., DICKINSON, A., POCKLEY, A.G., ASEA, A.A., MALLAPPA, N. and MULTHOFF, G., 2008. An Hsp70 peptide initiates NK cell killing of leukemic blasts after stem cell transplantation. Leukemia Research, 32 (4), pp. 527-534. ISSN 0145-2126

STANGL, S., GROSS, C., POCKLEY, A.G., ASEA, A.A. and MULTHOFF, G., 2008. Influence of Hsp70 and HLA-E on the killing of leukemic blasts by cytokine/Hsp70 peptide-activated human natural killer (NK) cells. Cell Stress & Chaperones, 13 (2), pp. 221-230. ISSN 1355-8145

GEHRMANN, M., LIEBISCH, G., SCHMITZ, G., ANDERSON, R., STEINEM, C., DE MAIO, A., POCKLEY, A.G. and MULTHOFF, G., 2008. Tumor-specific Hsp70 plasma membrane localization is enabled by the glycosphingolipid Gb3. PLOS ONE, 3 (4). ISSN 1932-6203

POCKLEY, A.G., MUTHANA, M. and CALDERWOOD, S.K., 2008. The dual immunoregulatory roles of stress proteins. Trends in Biochemical Sciences, 33 (2), pp. 71-79. ISSN 0968-0004

SLACK, L.K., MUTHANA, M., HOPKINSON, K., SUVARNA, S.K., ESPIGARES, E., MIRZA, S., FAIRBURN, B. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2007. Administration of the stress protein gp96 prolongs rat cardiac allograft survival, modifies rejection-associated inflammatory events, and induces a state of peripheral T-cell hyporesponsiveness. Cell Stress & Chaperones, 12 (1), pp. 71-82. ISSN 1355-8145

HOPKINSON, K., WILLIAMS, E.A., FAIRBURN, B., FORSTER, S., FLOWER, D.J., SAXTON, J.M. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2007. A MitoTracker® Green-based flow cytometric assay for natural killer cell activity: variability, the influence of platelets and a comparison of analytical approaches. Experimental Hematology, 35 (3), pp. 350-357. ISSN 0301-472X

POCKLEY, A.G., FAIRBURN, B., MIRZA, S., SLACK, L.K., HOPKINSON, K. and MUTHANA, M., 2007. A non-receptor-mediated mechanism for internalization of molecular chaperones. Methods, 43 (3). ISSN 1046-2023

SCRIVEN, P., BROWN, N.J., POCKLEY, A.G. and WYLD, L., 2007. The unfolded protein response and cancer: a brighter future unfolding? Journal of Molecular Medicine, 85 (4), pp. 331-341. ISSN 0946-2716

FAIRBURN, B., MUTHANA, M., HOPKINSON, K., SLACK, L.K., MIRZA, S., GEORGIOU, A.S., ESPIGARES, E., WONG, C. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2006. Analysis of purified gp96 preparations from rat and mouse livers using 2-D gel electrophoresis and tandem mass spectrometry. Biochimie, 88 (9), pp. 1165-1174. ISSN 0300-9084

POCKLEY, A.G., 2006. Cross-sectional correlates of serum heat shock protein 70 in the community [reviewer critique]. American Journal of Hypertension, 19, pp. 232-233.

FAZELI, M., ZARKESH-ESFAHANI, H., WU, Z., MAAMRA, M., BIDLINGMAIER, M., POCKLEY, A.G., WATSON, P., MATARESE, G., STRASBURGER, C.J. and ROSS, R.J., 2006. Identification of a monoclonal antibody against the leptin receptor that acts as an antagonist and blocks human monocyte and T cell activation. Journal of Immunological Methods, 312, pp. 190-200.

MUTHANA, M., FAIRBURN, B., MIRZA, S., SLACK, L.K., HOPKINSON, K. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2006. Identification of a rat bone marrow-derived dendritic cell population which secretes both IL-10 and IL-12: evidence against a reciprocal relationship between IL-10 and IL-12 secretion. Immunobiology, 211, pp. 391-402.

ZWIERSKA, I., WALKER, R.D., CHOKSY, S.A., MALE, J.S., POCKLEY, A.G. and SAXTON, J.M., 2006. Relative tolerance to upper- and lower-limb aerobic exercise in patients with peripheral arterial disease. European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, 31, pp. 157-163.

MIRZA, S., MUTHANA, M., FAIRBURN, B., SLACK, L.K., HOPKINSON, K. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2006. The stress protein gp96 is not an activator of resting rat bone marrow-derived dendritic cells, but is a co-stimulator and activator of CD3+ T cells. Cell Stress & Chaperones, 11 (4), pp. 364-378. ISSN 1355-8145

POCKLEY, A.G. and FROSTEGÅRD, J., 2005. Heat shock proteins in cardiovascular disease and the prognostic value of heat shock protein-related measurements. Heart, 91, pp. 1124-1126.

KALIA, N., BROWN, N.J., WOOD, R.F.M. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2005. Ketotifen abrogates rat intestinal ischemia-reperfusion injury. Journal of Gastroenterology & Hepatology, 20, pp. 1032-1038.

ZWIERSKA, I., WALKER, R.D., CHOKSY, S.A., MALE, J.S., POCKLEY, A.G. and SAXTON, J.M., 2005. Upper- versus lower-limb aerobic exercise rehabilitation in patients with symptomatic peripheral arterial disease: a randomized controlled trial. Journal of Vascular Surgery, 42, pp. 1122-1130.

BUHLIN, K., GUSTAFSSON, A., FROSTEGÅRD, J., KLINGE, B. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2004. Cardiovascular disease, periodontitis and the monocyte relationship: Reply. European Heart Journal, 25, p. 1366.

COULTON, L.A., HARRIS, P.A., BARKER, A.T. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2004. Effect of low-level, low-frequency electromagnetic fields on stress responses in human leukocytes. Radiation Research, 161, pp. 430-434.

ZARKESH-ESFAHANI, H., POCKLEY, A.G., WU, Z., HELLEWELL, P.G., WEETMAN, A.P. and ROSS, R.J.M., 2004. Leptin indirectly activates human neutrophils through induction of TNF-α. Journal of Immunology, 172, pp. 1809-1814.

CEDERHOLM, A., SVENUNGSSON, E., STENGEL, D., FEI, G.-Z., POCKLEY, A.G., NINIO, E. and FROSTEGÅRD, J., 2004. PAF-acetylhydrolase and other novel risk and protective factors for cardiovascular disease in SLE. Arthritis & Rheumatism, 50, pp. 2869-2876.

POCKLEY, A.G., GEORGIADES, A., THULIN, T., DE FAIRE, U. and FROSTEGÅRD, J., 2004. Response: Is low-heat shock protein 70 a primary or a secondary event in the development of atherosclerosis? Hypertension, 43.

POCKLEY, A.G., 2004. Richard Wood and intestinal transplantation. Transplantation Proceedings, 36, pp. 247-249. ISSN 0041-1345

MUTHANA, M., FAIRBURN, B., MIRZA, S., SLACK, L.K. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2004. Systematic evaluation of the conditions required for the generation of immature rat bone marrow-derived dendritic cells and their phenotypic and functional characterization. Journal of Immunological Methods, 294, pp. 165-179.

ZWIERSKA, I., NAWAZ, S., WALKER, R.D., WOOD, R.F.M., POCKLEY, A.G. and SAXTON, J.M., 2004. Treadmill versus shuttle walk tests of walking ability in intermittent claudication. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 36, pp. 1835-1840.

CHOKSY, S., POCKLEY, A.G., WAJEH, Y.E. and CHAN, P., 2004. VEGF and VEGF receptor expression in critical limb ischemia. European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, 28, pp. 660-669.

KALIA, N., BROWN, N.J., WOOD, R.F.M., HOPKINSON, K., FAIRBURN, B. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2003. Effects of intestinal I/R injury on rat peripheral blood neutrophil activation. Digestive Diseases and Sciences, 48, pp. 1677-1684.

TODRYK, S., GOUGH, M.J. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2003. Facets of heat shock protein 70 show immunotherapeutic potential. Immunology, 110, pp. 1-9.

POCKLEY, A.G., 2003. Heat shock proteins and their role as regulators of the immune response. Lancet, 362, pp. 469-476.

KALIA, N., WOOD, R.F.M., POCKLEY, A.G. and BROWN, N.J., 2003. Mucosal villus microcirculatory disturbances associated with rat intestinal ischaemia-reperfusion injury are not prevented by tacrolimus. Digestion, 67, pp. 154-160.

SAXTON, J.M., CLAXTON, D., WINTER, E. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2003. Peripheral blood leukocyte functional responses to acute eccentric exercise in man are influenced by systemic stress not exercise-induced muscle damage. Clinical Science, 104, pp. 69-77.

BUHLIN, K., GUSTAFSSON, A., POCKLEY, A.G., FROSTEGÅRD, J. and KLINGE, B., 2003. Risk factors for cardiovascular disease in patients with periodontitis. European Heart Journal, 24, pp. 2099-2107.

POCKLEY, A.G., GEORGIADES, A., THULIN, T., DE FAIRE, U. and FROSTEGÅRD, J., 2003. Serum heat shock protein 70 levels predict the development of atherosclerosis in subjects with established hypertension. Hypertension, 42, pp. 235-238.

POCKLEY, A.G., DE FAIRE, U., KIESSLING, R., LEMNE, C., THULIN, T. and FROSTEGÅRD, J., 2002. Circulating heat shock protein and heat shock protein antibody levels in established hypertension. Journal of Hypertension, 20, pp. 1815-1820.

KALIA, N., POCKLEY, A.G., WOOD, R.F.M. and BROWN, N.J., 2002. Effects of hypothermia and re-warming on the mucosal villus microcirculation and survival after rat intestinal ischemia-reperfusion injury. Annals of Surgery, 236, pp. 67-74.

KALIA, N., BROWN, N.J., HOPKINSON, K., STEPHENSON, T.J., WOOD, R.F.M. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2002. FK409 inhibits both local and remote organ damage after intestinal ischaemia. Journal of Pathology, 197, pp. 595-602.

POCKLEY, A.G., 2002. Heat shock proteins, inflammation and cardiovascular disease. Circulation, 105, pp. 1012-1017.

BOWLES, M.J., WOOD, R.F.M. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2001. Anti-murine immunoglobulin antibody responses following the administration of murine monoclonal antibodies to rats are altered by small bowel allograft rejection. Transplantation, 72, pp. 330-333.

KALIA, N., POCKLEY, A.G., WOOD, R.F.M. and BROWN, N.J., 2001. Effects of FK409 on intestinal ischemia-reperfusion injury and ischemia-induced changes in the rat mucosal villus microcirculation. Transplantation, 72, pp. 1875-1880.

POCKLEY, A.G., 2001. Heat shock proteins, heat shock protein reactivity and allograft rejection. Transplantation, 71, pp. 1503-1507.

BOWLES, M.J., WOOD, R.F.M. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2001. Induction of antigraft and antirecipient antibody responses after fully allogeneic and semi-allogeneic rat small bowel transplantation. Transplantation, 71, pp. 32-37.

REA, I.M., MCNERLAN, S. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2001. Serum heat shock protein and anti-heat shock protein antibody levels in aging. Experimental Gerontology, 36, pp. 341-352.

NAWAZ, S., WALKER, R.D., WILKINSON, C.H., SAXTON, J.M., POCKLEY, A.G. and WOOD, R.F.M., 2001. The inflammatory response to upper and lower limb exercise and the effects of training on individuals with claudication. Journal of Vascular Surgery, 33, pp. 392-400.

POCKLEY, A.G., WU, R., LEMNE, C., KIESSLING, R., DE FAIRE, U. and FROSTEGÅRD, J., 2000. Circulating heat shock protein 60 is associated with early cardiovascular disease. Hypertension, 36, pp. 303-307.

REID, S.D. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2000. Cytokine regulation of CD44 expression on rat intestinal epithelial cells. Immunological Investigations, 29, pp. 271-286.

BOWLES, M.J., POCKLEY, A.G. and WOOD, R.F.M., 2000. Effect of anti-CD4 monoclonal antibody administration on rat small bowel allograft survival and circulating leukocyte populations. Transplant International, 13, pp. 211-217.

BOWLES, M.J., POCKLEY, A.G. and WOOD, R.F.M., 2000. Effect of anti-LFA-1 monoclonal antibody on rat small bowel allograft survival and circulating leukocyte populations. Transplant Immunology, 8, pp. 75-80.

POCKLEY, A.G., NAKAO, M., FAIRBURN, B. and WOOD, R.F.M., 2000. Effect of ischaemia-reperfusion of the rat small bowel on peripheral blood neutrophil CD11b expression. Transplantation Proceedings, 32, p. 1304. ISSN 0041-1345

WRIGHT, B.H., CORTON, J., EL-NAHAS, A.M., WOOD, R.F.M. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2000. Elevated levels of circulating heat shock protein 70 (Hsp70) in peripheral and renal vascular disease. Heart & Vessels, 15, pp. 18-22.

WALKER, R.D., NAWAZ, S., WILKINSON, C.H., SAXTON, J.M., POCKLEY, A.G. and WOOD, R.F.M., 2000. Influence of upper and lower limb exercise training on cardiovascular function and walking distances in patients with intermittent claudication. Journal of Vascular Surgery, 31, pp. 662-669.

NORMAN, K.E., KATAPODIS, G., THOMA, G., KOLBINGER, F., HICKS, A.E., COTTER, M.J., POCKLEY, A.G. and HELLEWELL, P.G., 2000. P-selectin glycoprotein ligand-1 (PSGL-1) supports rolling on E- and P-selectin in vivo. Blood, 96, pp. 3585-3591.

OGITA, K., HOPKINSON, K., NAKAO, M., WOOD, R.F.M. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2000. Stress responses in graft and native intestine after rat heterotopic small bowel transplantation. Transplantation, 69, pp. 2273-2277.

WOOD, R.F.M. and POCKLEY, A.G., 1999. Bio-engineered monoclonals - easier on patients, but still hard on rejection? Analysis and commentary. Transplantation, 68, pp. 1625-1626.

POCKLEY, A.G., BULMER, J., HANKS, B.M. and WRIGHT, B.H., 1999. Identification of human heat shock protein 60 (Hsp60) and anti-Hsp60 antibodies in the peripheral circulation of normal individuals. Cell Stress & Chaperones, 4, pp. 29-35.

BINKS, S. and POCKLEY, A.G., 1999. Modulation of leukocyte phagocytic and oxidative burst responses by human seminal plasma. Immunological Investigations, 28, pp. 353-364.

POCKLEY, A.G., SHEPHERD, J. and CORTON, J., 1998. Detection of heat shock protein 70 (Hsp70) and anti-Hsp70 antibodies in the serum of normal individuals. Immunological Investigations, 27, pp. 367-377.

SAXTON, J.M. and POCKLEY, A.G., 1998. Effect of ex vivo storage on human peripheral blood neutrophil expression of CD11b and the stabilizing effects of Cyto-Chex™. Journal of Immunological Methods, 214, pp. 11-17.

BARRATT, C.L.R. and POCKLEY, A.G., 1998. Sperm survival in the female reproductive tract: presence of immunosuppression or absence of recognition? Molecular Human Reproduction, 4, pp. 309-317.

BULMER, J., BOLTON, A.E. and POCKLEY, A.G., 1997. Effect of combined heat, ozonation and ultraviolet irradiation (VasoCare™) on heat shock protein expression by peripheral blood leukocyte populations. Journal of Biological Regulators Homeostatic Agents, 11, pp. 104-110.

WEBSTER, G.A., WOOD, R.F.M. and POCKLEY, A.G., 1997. Identification of localized anti-host responses in the graft mesenteric lymph node and Peyer’s patches after rat small bowel transplantation. Immunological Investigations, 26, pp. 517-529.

COOKE, E.D., POCKLEY, A.G., TUCKER, A.T., KIRBY, J.W.S. and BOLTON, A.E., 1997. Treatment of severe Raynaud’s Syndrome by injection of autologous blood pre-treated by heating, ozonation and exposure to ultra-violet light - (H-O-U) therapy. International Angiology, 16, pp. 250-254.

BOWLES, M.J., WOOD, R.F.M. and POCKLEY, A.G., 1996. Anti-graft and anti-host antibody responses following small bowel transplantation in the rat. Transplantation Proceedings, 28, p. 2486. ISSN 0041-1345

BOWLES, M.J., WOOD, R.F.M. and POCKLEY, A.G., 1996. Combined monoclonal antibody therapy in experimental small bowel transplantation. Transplantation Proceedings, 28, p. 2510. ISSN 0041-1345

PRICE BA, , CUMBERLAND, N.S., INGHAM CLARK, C.L., POCKLEY, A.G. and WOOD, R.F.M., 1996. Evidence that orthotopic transposition following rat heterotopic small bowel transplantation corrects overgrowth of potentially pathogenic bacteria. Transplantation, 61, pp. 649-651.

WEBSTER, G.A., BOWLES, M.J., WOOD, R.F.M. and POCKLEY, A.G., 1996. Identification of host cells infiltrating graft Peyer’s patches after fully allogeneic rat small bowel transplantation. Transplantation Proceedings, 28, p. 2452. ISSN 0041-1345

WEBSTER, G.A., WOOD, R.F.M. and POCKLEY, A.G., 1996. Identification of migratory graft and host cell populations after allogeneic rat small bowel transplantation. Immunological Investigations, 25, pp. 435-446.

WEBSTER, G.A., WOOD, R.F.M. and POCKLEY, A.G., 1996. Localized graft-versus-host response in the graft mesenteric lymph node after fully allogeneic rat small bowel transplantation. Transplantation Proceedings, 28, p. 2449. ISSN 0041-1345

WOOD, R.F.M., UFF, C.R., REID, S.D., WOOD, R.F.M. and POCKLEY, A.G., 1995. CD44 expression in rejecting rat small bowel allografts. Transplantation, 60, pp. 985-989.

POCKLEY, A.G., WILLIAMS, S., REID, S.D. and BOWLES, M.J., 1995. Development of an enzyme immunoassay for rat soluble interleukin-2 receptors. Journal of Immunological Methods, 182, pp. 81-84.

REID, S.D., UFF, C.R., SAEED, I., ROSS, J., WOOD, R.F.M. and POCKLEY, A.G., 1995. Differential adhesion molecule expression in rat small bowel allograft rejection. Transplantation, 60, pp. 989-992.

POCKLEY, A.G., WILLIAMS, S., REID, S.D. and BOWLES, M.J., 1995. Effect of cyclosporin A, FK506 and rapamycin on proliferation and soluble IL-2 receptor release from mitogenically stimulated rat spleen cells. Biochemical Society Transactions, 23. ISSN 1470-8752

WEBSTER, G.A., BOWLES, M.J., KARIM, M.S., WOOD, R.F.M. and POCKLEY, A.G., 1995. Flow cytometric analysis of peripheral blood lymphocyte subset light scatter characteristics as a means of monitoring the development of rat small bowel allograft rejection. Clinical and Experimental Immunology, 100, pp. 536-542.

UFF, C.R., SCOTT, A.D., POCKLEY, A.G. and PHILLIPS, R.K.S., 1995. Influence of soluble suture factors on in vitro macrophage function. Biomaterials, 16, pp. 355-360.

POCKLEY, A.G., REID, S.D. and BOWLES, M.J., 1995. An enzyme immunoassay for rat soluble MHC class I molecules (RT1a) and the release of soluble class I from mitogenically stimulated mononuclear cells. Immunological Investigations, 24, pp. 679-687.

WEBSTER, G.A., BOWLES, M.J., KARIM, M.S., WOOD, R.F.M. and POCKLEY, A.G., 1994. Activation antigen expression on peripheral blood neutrophils following rat small bowel transplantation: NKR-P1 is a novel antigen preferentially expressed during allograft rejection. Transplantation, 58, pp. 707-712.

WEBSTER, G.A., BOWLES, M.J., KARIM, M.S., WOOD, R.F.M. and POCKLEY, A.G., 1994. Activation antigen expression on peripheral blood neutrophils: a novel marker of rejection following rat small bowel transplantation. Transplantation Proceedings, 26, p. 1522. ISSN 0041-1345

UFF, C.R., REID, S.D., WOOD, R.F.M. and POCKLEY, A.G., 1994. CD44 expression on enterocytes: an indicator of rejection following rat small bowel transplantation. Transplantation Proceedings, 26, p. 1553. ISSN 0041-1345

WEBSTER, G.A., BOWLES, M.J., KARIM, M.S., WOOD, R.F.M. and POCKLEY, A.G., 1994. Characterisation of blood lymphocyte subsets following rat small bowel transplantation. Transplantation Proceedings, 26, p. 1554. ISSN 0041-1345

BOWLES, M.J., WEBSTER, G.A., WOOD, R.F.M. and POCKLEY, A.G., 1994. Effect of anti-CD4 monoclonal antibody therapy on rat small bowel allograft survival. Transplantation Proceedings, 26, p. 1605. ISSN 0041-1345

KARIM, M.S., WEBSTER, G.A., WOOD, R.F.M. and POCKLEY, A.G., 1994. Effect of intrathymic injection of donor splenocytes on rat small bowel allograft survival. Transplantation Proceedings, 26, pp. 1583-1584. ISSN 0041-1345

PRICE BA, , CUMBERLAND, N.S., INGHAM CLARK, C.L., POCKLEY, A.G., LEAR, P.A. and WOOD, R.F.M., 1994. Effect of small bowel transplantation, denervation and ischaemia on rat intestinal microflora. Transplant International, 7, pp. 334-339.

REID, S.D., UFF, C.R., WOOD, R.F.M. and POCKLEY, A.G., 1994. Increased ICAM-1 and LFA-1 expression with developing rejection following rat small bowel transplantation. Transplantation Proceedings, 26, p. 1519. ISSN 0041-1345

WEBSTER, G.A., BOWLES, M.J., KARIM, M.S., WOOD, R.F.M. and POCKLEY, A.G., 1994. Light scatter characteristics of peripheral blood lymphocyte subsets: a means of monitoring rat small bowel transplant recipients. Transplantation Proceedings, 26, p. 1555. ISSN 0041-1345

POCKLEY, A.G. and MONTGOMERY, P.C., 1994. Modulation of mitogen and alloantigen-induced lymphocyte proliferation by rat lacrimal gland-derived factors. Biochemical Society Transactions, 22. ISSN 1470-8752

WOOD, R.F.M. and POCKLEY, A.G., 1994. Small bowel transplantation. Transplantation Reviews, 8, pp. 64-72.

WOOD, R.F.M. and POCKLEY, A.G., 1994. Small bowel transplantation. Transplant Immunology, 2, pp. 163-166.

INGHAM CLARK, C.L., GROVER, R., POCKLEY, A.G. and WOOD, R.F.M., 1993. Delayed-start cyclosporine immunosuppression reduces graft cell migration after small bowel transplantation. Transplantation, 56, pp. 1284-1286.

LEAR, P.A., INGHAM CLARK, C.L., CRANE, P.W., POCKLEY, A.G. and WOOD, R.F.M., 1993. Donor cell infiltration of recipient tissue as an indicator of small bowel allograft rejection in the rat. Transplant International, 6, pp. 85-88.

WEBSTER, G.A. and POCKLEY, A.G., 1993. Effect of red cell lysis protocols on the expression of rat peripheral blood lymphocyte subset and activation antigens. Journal of Immunological Methods, 163, pp. 115-121.

GROVER, R., INGHAM CLARK, C.L., POCKLEY, A.G., LEAR, P.A. and WOOD, R.F.M., 1993. Host cell infiltration of the intraepithelial compartment in small bowel transplantation. Transplantation Proceedings, 25, p. 900. ISSN 0041-1345

GROVER, R., LEAR, P.A., INGHAM CLARK, C.L., POCKLEY, A.G. and WOOD, R.F.M., 1993. Method for diagnosing rejection in small bowel transplantation. British Journal of Surgery, 80, pp. 1024-1026.

PRICE BA, , CUMBERLAND, N.S., INGHAM CLARK, C.L., POCKLEY, A.G., LEAR, P.A. and WOOD, R.F.M., 1993. The effect of rejection and graft-versus-host disease on small intestinal microflora and bacterial translocation after rat small bowel transplantation. Transplantation, 56, pp. 1072-1076.

UFF, C.R., POCKLEY, A.G. and PHILLIPS, R.K.S., 1993. A rapid microplate-based fluorometric assay for phagocytosis. Immunological Investigations, 22, pp. 407-413.

POCKLEY, A.G. and MONTGOMERY, P.C., 1992. Heparin modulation of cellular proliferative responses: kinetic and concentration dependency. Biochemical Society Transactions, 20. ISSN 1470-8752

POCKLEY, A.G. and MONTGOMERY, P.C., 1992. Regulatory role of interleukins 5 and 6 on immunoglobulin production in cultured rat salivary glands. Immunological Investigations, 21, pp. 103-110.

POCKLEY, A.G. and MONTGOMERY, P.C., 1991. In vivo adjuvant effect of interleukins 5 and 6 on rat tear IgA antibody responses. Immunology, 73, pp. 19-23.

POCKLEY, A.G. and MONTGOMERY, P.C., 1991. Modulation of T and B cell proliferative responses by factors present in rat salivary glands. Immunological Investigations, 20, pp. 595-604.

POCKLEY, A.G. and MONTGOMERY, P.C., 1991. The effects of interleukin-5 on mitogenically stimulated rat spleen cells. Biochemical Society Transactions, 19. ISSN 1470-8752

LI, T.C., POCKLEY, A.G., BOLTON, A.E. and COOKE, I.D., 1991. The variation of endometrial protein PP14 in different parts of the human endometrium. International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics, 34, pp. 257-260.

POCKLEY, A.G. and MONTGOMERY, P.C., 1990. Identification of lacrimal gland associated immunomodulatory activities having differential effects on T and B cell proliferative responses. Regional Immunology, 3, pp. 198-203.

POCKLEY, A.G. and BOLTON, A.E., 1990. The effect of human placental protein 14 (PP14) on the production of interleukin-1 from mitogenically stimulated mononuclear cell cultures. Immunology, 69, pp. 277-281.

POCKLEY, A.G. and MONTGOMERY, P.C., 1990. The effects of interleukins 5 and 6 on immunoglobulin production in rat lacrimal glands. Regional Immunology, 3, pp. 242-246.

SOLOMAN, S.A., CARTWRIGHT, I.J., POCKLEY, A.G., GREAVES, M., PRESTON, F.E., RAMSEY, L.E. and WALLER, P.C., 1990. A placebo-controlled, double-blind study of eicosapentaenoic acid-rich fish oil in patients with stable angina pectoris. Current Medical Research and Opinion, 12, pp. 1-11.

POCKLEY, A.G. and BOLTON, A.E., 1989. Placental protein 14 (PP14) inhibits the synthesis of interleukin-2 (IL-2) and the release of soluble interleukin-2 receptors from phytohaemagglutinin-stimulated lymphocytes. Clinical and Experimental Immunology, 77, pp. 252-256.

POCKLEY, A.G. and BOLTON, A.E., 1988. Effect of decidual placental protein 14 on interleukin-2-lymphocyte interactions. Biochemical Society Transactions, 16, p. 794. ISSN 1470-8752

POCKLEY, A.G., MOWLES, E.A., STOKER, R.J., WESTWOOD, O.M.R., CHAPMAN, M.G. and BOLTON, A.E., 1988. Suppression of in vitro lymphocyte reactivity to phytohaemagglutinin (PHA) by placental protein 14. Journal of Reproductive Immunology, 13, pp. 31-39.

BOLTON, A.E., POCKLEY, A.G., CLOUGH, K.J., MOWLES, E.A., STOKER, R.J., WESTWOOD, O.M.R. and CHAPMAN, M.G., 1987. Identification of placental protein 14 (PP14) as an immunosuppressant factor in human reproduction. Lancet, 329 (8533), pp. 593-595.

POCKLEY, A.G., DAVENPORT, P., PAUL, F., GREAVES, M. and PRESTON, F.E., 1986. The use of high gradient magnetic separation for the preparation of leucocyte- and platelet-free red cell suspensions. Clinical Hemorheology, 6, pp. 373-381.

CARTWRIGHT, I.J., POCKLEY, A.G., GALLOWAY, J.H., GREAVES, M. and PRESTON, F.E., 1985. The effects of dietary omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids on erythrocyte membrane phospholipids, erythrocyte deformability and blood viscosity in healthy volunteers. Atherosclerosis, 55, pp. 267-281.

Chapter in book

STANGL, S., FOULDS, G.A., FELLINGER, H., PILKINGTON, G.J., POCKLEY, A.G. and MULTHOFF, G., 2017. Immunohistochemical and Flow Cytometric Analysis of Intracellular and Membrane-Bound Hsp70, as a Putative Biomarker of Glioblastoma Multiforme, Using the cmHsp70.1 Monoclonal Antibody. In: S.K. CALDERWOOD and T.L. PRINCE, eds., Chaperones: methods and protocols. Methods in Molecular Biology, 1709 . New York: Humana Press, pp. 307-320. ISBN 9781493974764

ALZUBAIDI, A., COSMA, G., BROWN, D. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2016. Breast cancer diagnosis using a hybrid genetic algorithm for feature selection based on mutual information. In: Proceedings: iTAG 2016: the 2016 International Conference on Interactive Technologies and Games - EduRob in Conjuction with ITAG2016 - 26-27 October 2016, Nottingham, United Kingdom. Washington, DC: IEEE Computer Society Conference Publishing Services, pp. 70-76. ISBN 9781509037384

ALZUBAIDI, A., COSMA, G., BROWN, D. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2016. A new hybrid global optimization approach for selecting clinical and biological features that are relevant to the effective diagnosis of ovarian cancer. In: 2016 IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence (SSCI): Proceedings. Piscataway, NJ: Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. ISBN 9781509042401

COSMA, G., SHOPLAND, N., BATTERSBY, S., POCKLEY, A.G., ARCHER, M., THOMSON, R., KHAN, M. and BROWN, D., 2015. Co-design of a prostate cancer serious game for African Caribbean men. In: Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference on Interactive Technologies and Games, iTAG 2015, Nottingham, United Kingdom, 22-23 October 2015. Los Alamitos, California: IEEE Computer Society, pp. 71-75.

POCKLEY, A.G., 2013. Humoral antibodies [forthcoming]. In: G. WICK and C. GRUNDTMAN, eds., Inflammation and atherosclerosis. Vienna: Springer-Verlag Wien.

POCKLEY, A.G., 2013. Identification of molecular chaperones and protein-folding catalysts in biological fluids [forthcoming]. In: B. HENDERSON and A.G. POCKLEY, eds., Cellular trafficking of molecular chaperones in health and disease. New York: Springer.

MULTHOFF, G. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2011. Hypoxia-induced translocation of phosphatidyl serine (PS) and heat shock protein 70 (Hsp70) to the outer membrane leaflet: impact on the innate immune system. In: OSINSKY S, , H. FRIESS and P. VAUPEL, eds., Tumor hypoxia in the clinical setting. Kiev: Academperyodika, pp. 178-183.

POCKLEY, A.G. and MULTHOFF, G., 2010. Circulating Hsp70 as an endogenous cytoprotector? In: A. ASEA and B. PEDERSEN, eds., Heat shock proteins and whole body physiology. New York: Springer, pp. 317-326.

GUSTAFSSON, A., BUHLIN, K. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2010. Heat shock proteins and oral diseases: special focus on periodontitis. In: A.G. POCKLEY, M.S. SANTORO and S.K. CALDERWOOD, eds., Prokaryotic and eukaryotic stress proteins in infectious disease. New York: Springer, pp. 257-266.

POCKLEY, A.G. and MULTHOFF, G., 2007. Cell stress proteins in extracellular fluids: friend or foe? In: The biology of extracellular chaperones. Novartis Foundation Symposium 2007. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons, pp. 86-95.

MUTHANA, M. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2007. The immunoregulatory activities of extracellular stress proteins. In: S.K. CALDERWOOD, ed., Cell stress proteins. New York: Springer, pp. 309-320.

POCKLEY, A.G. and MUTHANA, M., 2007. The pro- and anti-inflammatory properties of the stress protein gp96. In: A. ASEA and A. DEMAIO, eds., Heat shock proteins: potent mediators of inflammation and immunity. New York: Springer, pp. 309-320.

POCKLEY, A.G., 2006. Circulating Hsp60 and Hsp70: speculations on their origin and function. In: J. RADONS and G. MULTHOFF, eds., Heat shock proteins in immunity and diseases. Kerala: Research Signpost Press, pp. 147-160.

FROSTEGÅRD, J. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2005. Heat shock protein release and naturally-occurring, exogenous heat shock proteins. In: B. HENDERSON and A.G. POCKLEY, eds., Molecular chaperones and cell signalling. New York: Cambridge University Press, pp. 195-219.

POCKLEY, A.G. and MUTHANA, M., 2005. Heat shock proteins and allograft rejection. In: M.S. RAZZAQUE and T. TAGUCHI, eds., Cellular stress responses in renal diseases. Basel: S. Karger AG, pp. 122-134.

WOOD, R.F.M. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2001. Organ transplantation. In: O. EREMIN, ed., The scientific and clinical basis of surgical practice. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 647-656.

WOOD, R.F.M. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2001. Small bowel transplantation. In: J.M.D. NIGHTINGALE, ed., Intestinal failure. London: Greenwich Medical Media Limited, pp. 529-544.

MONTGOMERY, P.C., O'SULLIVAN, N.L., MARTIN, L.B., SKANDERA, C.A., PEPPARD, J.V. and POCKLEY, A.G., 1994. Regulation of lacrimal gland immune responses. In: D.A. SULLIVAN, ed., Lacrimal gland, tear film and dry eye syndromes: basic science and clinical relevance. New York: Plenum, pp. 161-168.

WOOD, R.F.M., INGHAM CLARK, C.L. and POCKLEY, A.G., 1994. Small bowel transplantation. In: R.V. HEATLEY, ed., Gastrointestinal and hepatic immunology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 235-246.

POCKLEY, A.G., BARRATT, C.L.R. and BOLTON, A.E., 1989. Placental protein 14 (PP14) content and immunosuppressive activity of human cervical mucus. In: E. CHANTLER and N.A. RATCLIFFE, eds., Mucus and related topics. Cambridge: Company of Biologists Ltd., pp. 317-323.

BOLTON, A.E., POCKLEY, A.G., MOWLES, E.A., STOKER, R.J., WESTWOOD, O.M.R. and CHAPMAN, M.G., 1988. Biological activity of placental protein 14. In: M. CHAPMAN, G. GRUDZINSKAS and T. CHARD, eds., Implantation - biological and clinical aspects. London: Springer Verlag, pp. 135-144.

Conference contribution

MULTHOFF, G. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2007. Hsp70 export from tumour cells – a danger signal for the innate immune system. In: 7th World Congress on Trauma, Shock, Inflammation and Sepsis, Munich, Germany, 13-17 March 2007, Munich.

Edited book

HENDERSON, B. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2013. Cellular trafficking of molecular chaperones in health and disease. New York: Springer.

POCKLEY, A.G., SANTORO, M.S. and CALDERWOOD, S.K., 2010. Prokaryotic and eukaryotic stress proteins in infectious disease. New York: Springer.

HENDERSON, B. and POCKLEY, A.G., 2005. Molecular chaperones and cell signalling. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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