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Tesfagiorgis Y, Zhu S, Jain R, and Kerfoot SM. Activated B cells participating in the anti-myelin response are excluded from the inflamed central nervous system in a model of autoimmunity that allows for B cell recognition of autoantigen. Journal of Immunology. 2017. 199(2): 449-457.


Whittaker Hawkins R, Patenaude A, Dumas A, Jain R, Tesfagiorgis Y, Kerfoot S, Matsui T, Gunzer M, Poubelle P, Larochelle C, Pelletier M, and Vallières L. ICAM1+ neutrophils promote chronic inflammation via ASPRV1 in B cell-dependent autoimmune encephalomyelitis. JCI Insight. 2017; 2(23); e9688


Zhang T, Gonzalez DG, Cote CM, Kerfoot SM, Deng S, Chen Y, and Haberman AM. Germinal center B cell development has distinctly regulated stages completed by disengagement from T cell help. eLife. 2017; 6: e19552

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Rangachari, M, Kerfoot SM, Arbour N, and Alvarez J. Editorial: More than a CD4+ world: a consideration of underappreciated lymphocyte subsets in multiple sclerosis and its animal models. Frontiers in Immunology, 2017; 8:133.


Jain RW, Dang AK, and Kerfoot SM. Simple and effective production and purification of mouse Myelin Oligodendrocyte Glycoprotein for Experimental Autoimmune Encephalomyelitis. Journal of Visualized Experiments, 2016; 116: e54727

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Dang AK, Tesfagiorgis Y, Jain RW, Craig HC, and Kerfoot SM. Meningeal infiltration of the spinal cord by non-classically activated B cells is associated with chronic disease course in a spontaneous B cell-dependent model of CNS autoimmune disease. Frontiers in Immunology, 2015; 6: 470. 


Dang AK, Jain RW, Craig HC, and Kerfoot SM. B cell recognition of myelin oligodendrocyte glycoprotein autoantigen depends on immunization with protein rather than short peptide, while B cell invasion of the CNS in autoimmunity does not. Journal of Neuroimmunology, 2015; 278C: 73-84. 


Yamamoto N., Kerfoot S.M., Hutchinson A.T., DelaCruz C.S., Nakazawa N., Szczepanik M., Majewska-Szczepanik M., Nazimek K., Ohana N., Bryniarski K., Mori T., Muramatsu M., Kanemitsu K., Askenase P.W. Expression of activation-induced cytidine deaminase enhances the clearance of pneumococcal pneumonia: evidence of a subpopulation of protective anti-pneumococcal B1a B cells. Immunology, 2015; 147(1): 97-133.  4


Askenase PW, Bryniarski K, Paliwal V, Redegeld F, Groot Kormelink T, Kerfoot S, Hutchinson AT, van Loveren H, Campos R, Itakura A, Majewska-Szczepanik M, Yamamoto N, Nazimek K, Szczepanik M, Ptak W. A subset of AID-dependent B-1a cells initiates hypersensitivity and pneumococcal pneumonia resistance. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 2015; 1362(1): 200-214.


Kerfoot SM, Yaari G, Patel JR, Johnson KL, Gonzalez DG, Kleinstein SH, and Haberman AM. Germinal Center B cell and T Follicular Helper cell development initiates in the interfollicular zone. Immunity, 2011; 34(6): 947-960.


Askenase PW, Majewska-Szczepanik M, Kerfoot S, and Szczepanik M.  Participation of iNKT cells in the early and late components of Tc1 mediated DNFB contact sensitivity: Cooperative role of -T cells.  Scandinavian Journal of Immunology, 2011; 73(5):465-477


Hauser AE, Kerfoot SM, and Haberman AM. Cellular choreography in the germinal center: new visions from in vivo imaging. Seminars in Immunopathology. 2010; 32(3): 239-255


Kerfoot SM, Szczepanik M, Tung JW, and Askenase PW. Identification of Initiator B cells, a novel subset of activation-induced deaminase-dependent B-1-like cells that mediate initiation of contact sensitivity. Journal of Immunology, 2008; 181(3):1717-1727.


Kerfoot SM, Andonegui G, Bonder C. and Liu L. Exogenous stromal cell-derived factor-1 induces modest leukocyte recruitment in vivo. AJP: Heart and Circulatory Physiology, 2008; 294: H2524-H2534.


Pedra JHF, Mattner J, Tao J, Kerfoot SM, Davis RJ, Flavell RA, Askenase PW, Yin Z, and Fikrig E.  c-Jun NH2-terminal kinase 2 inhibits gamma interferon production during Anaplasma phagocytophilum infection. Infection and Immunity, 2008; 76(1): 308-316


Kerfoot SM, McRae K, Lam F, McAvoy EF, Clark S, Brain M, Lalor PF, Adams DH and Kubes P.  A novel mechanism of senescent erythrocyte capture from the circulation in humans.  Experimental Hematology, 2008; 36(2): 111-118.


Kerfoot SM, Norman MU, Lapointe BM, Bonder CS, Zbytnuik L, and Kubes P.  Re-evaluation of P-selectin and 4-integrin as targets for the treatment of experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis. Journal of Immunology, 2006; 176(10): 6225-6234


Kerfoot SM, D’Mello C, Nguyen H, Ajuebor MN, Kubes P, Le T, Swain MG.  TNFα-secreting monocytes are recruited into the brain of cholestatic mice.  Hepatology, 2006; 43(1): 154-162.


Kerfoot SM and Kubes P. Local coordination verses systemic disregulation: Complexities in leukocyte recruitment revealed by local and systemic activation of TLR4 in vivo.  Journal of Leukocyte Biology. 2005; 77: 862-867. 


Andonegui G, Kerfoot SM, McNagny K, Ebbert KV, Patel KD, and Kubes P.  Platelets express functional toll-like receptor-4 (TLR4).  Blood, 2005; 106(7): 2417-2423.


Khan AI, Kerfoot SM, Heit B, Liu L, Andonegui G, Ruffell B, Johnson P, and Kubes P.  Role of CD44 and hyaluronan in neutrophil recruitment. Journal of Immunology.  2004; 173(12): 7594-7601.


Kerfoot SM, Long EM, Hickey MJ, Andonegui G, Lapointe BM, Zanardo RCO, Bonder C, James WG, Robbins SM, and Kubes P.  TLR4 contributes to disease-inducing mechanisms resulting in central nervous system autoimmune disease.  Journal of Immunology.  2004; 173(11): 7070-7077.


Kerfoot SM, Lord SE, Bell RB, Gill V, Robbins SM, and Kubes P.  Human fractalkine mediates leukocyte adhesion but not capture under physiological shear conditions; a mechanism for selective monocyte recruitment. European Journal of Immunology.  2003; 33(3): 729-739.


Kerfoot SM and Kubes P.  Overlapping roles of P-selectin and alpha4-integrin to recruit leukocytes to the CNS in experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis.  Journal of Immunology.  2002; 169(2): 1000-1006.


Kubes P and Kerfoot SM.  Leukocyte recruitment in the microcirculation: the rolling paradigm revisited.  News in Physiological Science.  2001; 16: 76-80


Kerfoot SM, Raharjo E, Ho M, Kaur J, Serirom S, McCafferty DM, Burns AR, Patel KD, Kubes P. Exclusive neutrophil recruitment with Oncostatin M in a human system.  American Journal of Pathology. 2001; 159(4): 1531-1539.


Fritzler MJ, Kerfoot SM, Feasby TE, Zochodne DW, Westendorf JM, Dalmau JO, and Chan EKL.  Autoantibodies from patients with idiopathic ataxia bind to M-phase phosphoprotein-1 (MPP1).  Journal of Investigative Medicine. 2000; 48(1): 28-39.