Kenneth B.M. Reid, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Biochemistry, Immunochemistry Unit University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom 
Area:
complement system, surfactant, collectins
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MRC Immunochemistry Unit, Oxford, 1971-2008

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Reid KB. (2009) Target pattern recognition in innate immunity. Foreword. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. 653: vii-viii
Wallis R, Lynch NJ, Roscher S, et al. (2005) Decoupling of carbohydrate binding and MASP-2 autoactivation in variant mannose-binding lectins associated with immunodeficiency Journal of Immunology. 175: 6846-6851
Reid KB, Colomb M, Petry F, et al. (2002) Complement component C1 and the collectins - First-line defense molecules in innate and acquired immunity Trends in Immunology. 23: 115-117
Kishore U, Reid KB. (2001) Structures and functions of mammalian collectins. Results and Problems in Cell Differentiation. 33: 225-248
Håkansson K, Nam Keung L, Hoppe HJ, et al. (1999) Crystal structure of the trimeric α-helical coiled-coil and the three lectin domains of human lung surfactant protein D Structure. 7: 255-264
Eggleton P, Reid KB. (1999) Lung surfactant proteins involved in innate immunity Current Opinion in Immunology. 11: 28-33
Senaldi G, Davies ET, Peakman M, et al. (1995) Frequency of mannose-binding protein deficiency in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus Arthritis and Rheumatism. 38: 1713-1714
Hoppe HJ, Reid KB. (1994) Trimeric C-type lectin domains in host defence Structure. 2: 1129-1133
Reid KB, Nolan KF, Lijnen HR, et al. (1993) Proteolytic enzymes in coagulation, fibrinolysis, and complement activation. Introduction Methods in Enzymology. 223: 1-9
Kölble K, Reid KB. (1993) The genomics of soluble proteins with collagenous domains: C1q, MBL, SP-A, SP-D, conglutinin, and CL-43 Behring Institute Mitteilungen. 81-86
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