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Aw, D P S and Hilliard, L and Nishikawa, Y and Cadman, E T and Lawrence, R A and Palmer, D B (2016) Disorganization of the splenic microanatomy in ageing mice. IMMUNOLOGY, 148 (1). pp. 92-101.

Su, D M and Aw, D P S and Palmer, D B (2013) Immunosenescence: a product of the environment? CURRENT OPINION IN IMMUNOLOGY, 25 (4). pp. 498-503.

Aw, D P S and Palmer, D B (2012) It's not all equal: a multiphasic theory of thymic involution. Biogerontology, 13 (1). pp. 77-81.

Aw, D P S and Palmer, D B (2011) The origin and implication of thymic involution. Aging and Disease, 2 (5). pp. 437-43.

Aw, D P S and Silva, A B and Palmer, D B (2010) The Effect of Age on the Phenotype and Function of Developing Thymocytes. JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PATHOLOGY, 141. S45-S59.

Aw, D P S and Silva, A B and Palmer, D B (2009) Is thymocyte development functional in the aged. Aging-US, 1 (2). pp. 146-153.

Silva, A B and Aw, D P S and Palmer, D B (2009) Neuropeptides and thymic hormones in the Xenopus thymus. Frontiers in Bioscience, 14. pp. 1990-2003.

Aw, D P S and Taylor-Brown, F E and Cooper, K and Palmer, D B (2009) Phenotypical and morphological changes in the thymic microenvironment from ageing mice. Biogerontology, 10 (3). pp. 311-322.

Shanley, D P and Aw, D P S and Manley, N R and Palmer, D B (2009) An evolutionary perspective on the mechanisms of immunosenescence. Trends in Immunology, 30 (7). pp. 374-381.

Aw, D P S and Silva, A B and Maddick, M and von Zglinicki, T and Palmer, D B (2008) Architectural changes in the thymus of aging mice. AGING CELL, 7 (2). pp. 158-167.

Silva, A B and Aw, D P S and Palmer, D B (2008) Functional analysis of neuropeptides in avian thymocyte development. Developmental and Comparative Immunology, 32 (4). pp. 410-420.

Conference or Workshop Item

Aw, D P S and Hilliard, L and Nishikawa, Y and Palmer, D B (2010) SPLENIC ARCHITECTURE AND CELLULARITY IS PERTURBED IN AGEING MICE AND EXHIBIT ALTERED IMMUNE RESPONSES TO T-INDEPENDENT AND T-DEPENDENT ANTIGENS. In: UNSPECIFIED.

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