Aurobind Vidyarthi
Aurobind Vidyarthi
Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT, USA
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Alteration in the gut microbiota provokes susceptibility to tuberculosis
N Khan, A Vidyarthi, S Nadeem, S Negi, G Nair, JN Agrewala
Frontiers in immunology 7, 529, 2016
TLR-3 stimulation skews M2 macrophages to M1 through IFN-αβ signaling and restricts tumor progression
A Vidyarthi, N Khan, T Agnihotri, S Negi, DK Das, M Aqdas, D Chatterjee, ...
Frontiers in immunology 9, 1650, 2018
The role of macrophages in skin homeostasis
DA Yanez, RK Lacher, A Vidyarthi, OR Colegio
Pflügers Archiv-European Journal of Physiology 469, 455-463, 2017
Predominance of M2 macrophages in gliomas leads to the suppression of local and systemic immunity
A Vidyarthi, T Agnihotri, N Khan, S Singh, MK Tewari, BD Radotra, ...
Cancer Immunology, Immunotherapy 68, 1995-2004, 2019
T-cell exhaustion in tuberculosis: pitfalls and prospects
N Khan, A Vidyarthi, M Amir, K Mushtaq, JN Agrewala
Critical reviews in microbiology 43 (2), 133-141, 2017
Innate immunity holding the flanks until reinforced by adaptive immunity against Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection
N Khan, A Vidyarthi, S Javed, JN Agrewala
Frontiers in Microbiology 7, 328, 2016
Signaling through NOD-2 and TLR-4 bolsters the T cell priming capability of dendritic cells by inducing autophagy
N Khan, A Vidyarthi, S Pahari, S Negi, M Aqdas, S Nadeem, T Agnihotri, ...
Scientific reports 6 (1), 19084, 2016
Triggering through Toll-like receptor 2 limits chronically stimulated T-helper type 1 cells from undergoing exhaustion
SB Chodisetti, U Gowthaman, PK Rai, A Vidyarthi, N Khan, JN Agrewala
The Journal of infectious diseases 211 (3), 486-496, 2015
Distinct Strategies Employed by Dendritic Cells and Macrophages in Restricting Mycobacterium tuberculosis Infection: Different Philosophies but Same Desire
N Khan, A Vidyarthi, S Pahari, JN Agrewala
International reviews of immunology 35 (5), 386-398, 2016
NOD-2 and TLR-4 signaling reinforces the efficacy of dendritic cells and reduces the dose of TB drugs against Mycobacterium tuberculosis
N Khan, S Pahari, A Vidyarthi, M Aqdas, JN Agrewala
Journal of innate immunity 8 (3), 228-242, 2016
Stimulation through CD40 and TLR-4 Is an Effective Host Directed Therapy against Mycobacterium tuberculosis
N Khan, S Pahari, A Vidyarthi, M Aqdas, JN Agrewala
Frontiers in Immunology 7, 386, 2016
Repeat tick exposure elicits distinct immune responses in guinea pigs and mice
C Kurokawa, S Narasimhan, A Vidyarthi, CJ Booth, S Mehta, L Meister, ...
Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases 11 (6), 101529, 2020
Topical arginase inhibition decreases growth of cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma
A Mittal, M Wang, A Vidyarthi, D Yanez, G Pizzurro, D Thakral, E Tracy, ...
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 10731, 2021
Triggering through NOD-2 differentiates bone marrow precursors to dendritic cells with potent bactericidal activity
N Khan, M Aqdas, A Vidyarthi, S Negi, S Pahari, T Agnihotri, JN Agrewala
Scientific Reports 6 (1), 27263, 2016
Antibody response against PhoP efficiently discriminates among healthy individuals, tuberculosis patients and their contacts
A Vidyarthi, N Khan, T Agnihotri, KF Siddiqui, GR Nair, A Arora, ...
PloS one 12 (3), e0173769, 2017
Alteration in the Gut Microbiota Provokes Susceptibility to Tuberculosis. Front Immunol. 2016; 7: 529
N Khan, A Vidyarthi, S Nadeem, S Negi, G Nair, JN Agrewala
Epub 2016/12/15. https://doi. org/10.3389/fimmu. 2016.00529 PMID: 27965663, 2016
AP-1–independent NFAT signaling maintains follicular T cell function in infection and autoimmunity
A Seth, Y Yokokura, JY Choi, JA Shyer, A Vidyarthi, J Craft
Journal of Experimental Medicine 220 (5), e20211110, 2023
Functionally and metabolically divergent melanoma-associated macrophages originate from common bone-marrow precursors
GA Pizzurro, K Bridges, X Jiang, A Vidyarthi, K Miller-Jensen, OR Colegio
Cancers 15 (13), 3330, 2023
LB983 Characterizing tumor-associated macrophages in the cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma tumor microenvironment
A Mittal, A Vidyarthi, O Colegio
Journal of Investigative Dermatology 137 (10), B9, 2017
Engaging deactivated tumor associated macrophages against cancer cells through TLR-3 ligand stimulation via IFN-alpha beta signaling
A Vidyarthi, N Khan, T Agnihotri, J Agrewala
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