Julian F. Hillyer
Julian F. Hillyer
Professor of Biological Sciences, Vanderbilt University
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Gastrointestinal persorption and tissue distribution of differently sized colloidal gold nanoparticles
JF Hillyer, RM Albrecht
Journal of pharmaceutical sciences 90 (12), 1927-1936, 2001
Insect immunology and hematopoiesis
JF Hillyer
Developmental & Comparative Immunology 58, 102-118, 2016
Hemocyte-mediated phagocytosis and melanization in the mosquito Armigeres subalbatus following immune challenge by bacteria
JF Hillyer, SL Schmidt, BM Christensen
Cell and tissue research 313 (1), 117-127, 2003
Rapid phagocytosis and melanization of bacteria and Plasmodium sporozoites by hemocytes of the mosquito Aedes aegypti
JF Hillyer, SL Schmidt, BM Christensen
Journal of Parasitology 89 (1), 62-69, 2003
Efficiency of salivary gland invasion by malaria sporozoites is controlled by rapid sporozoite destruction in the mosquito haemocoel
JF Hillyer, C Barreau, KD Vernick
International journal for parasitology 37 (6), 673-681, 2007
Characterization of hemocytes from the yellow fever mosquito, Aedes aegypti
JF Hillyer, BM Christensen
Histochemistry and cell biology 117 (5), 431-440, 2002
Age‐associated mortality in immune challenged mosquitoes (Aedes aegypti) correlates with a decrease in haemocyte numbers
JF Hillyer, SL Schmidt, JF Fuchs, JP Boyle, BM Christensen
Cellular microbiology 7 (1), 39-51, 2005
Complex effects of temperature on mosquito immune function
CC Murdock, KP Paaijmans, AS Bell, JG King, JF Hillyer, AF Read, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1741), 3357-3366, 2012
Mosquito hemocyte-mediated immune responses
JF Hillyer, MR Strand
Current opinion in insect science 3, 14-21, 2014
Spatial and temporal in vivo analysis of circulating and sessile immune cells in mosquitoes: hemocyte mitosis following infection
JG King, JF Hillyer
BMC biology 11 (1), 1-15, 2013
Infection-induced interaction between the mosquito circulatory and immune systems
JG King, JF Hillyer
PLoS pathogens 8 (11), e1003058, 2012
Mosquito immunity
JF Hillyer
Invertebrate Immunity, 218-238, 2010
Structural mechanics of the mosquito heart and its function in bidirectional hemolymph transport
JD Glenn, JG King, JF Hillyer
Journal of Experimental Biology 213 (4), 541-550, 2010
Nitric oxide is an essential component of the hemocyte-mediated mosquito immune response against bacteria
JF Hillyer, TY Estévez-Lao
Developmental & Comparative Immunology 34 (2), 141-149, 2010
The antibacterial innate immune response by the mosquito Aedes aegypti is mediated by hemocytes and independent of Gram type and pathogenicity
JF Hillyer, SL Schmidt, BM Christensen
Microbes and infection 6 (5), 448-459, 2004
A novel lectin with a fibrinogen‐like domain and its potential involvement in the innate immune response of Armigeres subalbatus against bacteria
X Wang, TA Rocheleau, JF Fuchs, JF Hillyer, CC Chen, BM Christensen
Insect molecular biology 13 (3), 273-282, 2004
Correlative instrumental neutron activation analysis, light microscopy, transmission electron microscopy, and X-ray microanalysis for qualitative and quantitative detection of …
JF Hillyer, RM Albrecht
Microscopy and Microanalysis 4 (5), 481-490, 1998
Increased survivorship following bacterial infection by the mosquito Aedes aegypti as compared to Anopheles gambiae correlates with increased transcriptional induction of …
SA Coggins, TY Estévez-Lao, JF Hillyer
Developmental & Comparative Immunology 37 (3-4), 390-401, 2012
A potential role for phenylalanine hydroxylase in mosquito immune responses
JK Johnson, TA Rocheleau, JF Hillyer, CC Chen, J Li, BM Christensen
Insect biochemistry and molecular biology 33 (3), 345-354, 2003
Mosquito innate immunity: involvement of β 1, 3-glucan recognition protein in melanotic encapsulation immune responses in Armigeres subalbatus
X Wang, JF Fuchs, LC Infanger, TA Rocheleau, JF Hillyer, CC Chen, ...
Molecular and biochemical parasitology 139 (1), 65-73, 2005
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