Charles Henderson Lawrie


Affiliation: University of Oxford
Country: UK


  1. Lawrie C, Uzc√°tegui N, Gould E, Nuttall P. Ixodid and argasid tick species and west nile virus. Emerg Infect Dis. 2004;10:653-7 pubmed
    ..moubata ticks co-fed upon uninfected hosts. Although ticks are unlikely to play a major role in WNV transmission, our findings suggest that some species have the potential to act as reservoirs for the virus...
  2. Lawrie C. MicroRNAs in hematological malignancies. Blood Rev. 2013;27:143-54 pubmed publisher
    ..Although still in its infancy, the miRNA field has already added much to our understanding of hematological processes, and provides us with novel tools as both biomarkers and therapeutic agents for hematological malignancies. ..
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    Lawrie C, Sim R, Nuttall P. Investigation of the mechanisms of anti-complement activity in Ixodes ricinus ticks. Mol Immunol. 2005;42:31-8 pubmed
    ..The activity was specific for the alpha-chain of C3 but not of C3(H2O) nor the alpha'-chain of C3b. It is proposed that SGE-modified C3 does not participate in convertase formation, probably having a reduced affinity for factor B. ..
  4. Lawrie C, Chi J, Taylor S, Tramonti D, Ballabio E, Palazzo S, et al. Expression of microRNAs in diffuse large B cell lymphoma is associated with immunophenotype, survival and transformation from follicular lymphoma. J Cell Mol Med. 2009;13:1248-60 pubmed publisher
    ..05). These data suggest that microRNAs have potential as diagnostic and prognostic markers in these lymphomas and may be used to identify FCL patients at risk of high-grade transformation. ..
  5. Lawrie C. microRNA expression in erythropoiesis and erythroid disorders. Br J Haematol. 2010;150:144-51 pubmed publisher
    ..In this review the rapidly accumulating evidence that points to the major role microRNAs play in both erythropoiesis and erythroid disorders is discussed. ..
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    Lawrie C, Uzcategui N, Armesto M, Bell Sakyi L, Gould E. Susceptibility of mosquito and tick cell lines to infection with various flaviviruses. Med Vet Entomol. 2004;18:268-74 pubmed