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  1. 1. Leo, O., Cunningham, A. A., & Stern, P. (2011). Understanding Modern Vaccines: Vaccine Immunology. In N. Garçon, P. Stern, A. A. Cunningham, & L. R. Stanberry (Eds.), vaccine Immunology, Vol. 1. Perspective in Vaccinology (pp. 25-59). Elsevier. doi:10.1016/j.pervac.2011.05.002
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  4. 4. Kaufman, M., Andris, F., & Leo, O. (1998). Logical analysis of timing-dependent sognaling properties in the immune system. In D. Beysens & G. Forgacs (Eds.), Dynamical Networks in Physics and Biology (pp. 249-259). Berlin: Springer Verlag.
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  8. 8. Urbain, J., Vansanten, G., Demeur, C., Leo, O., Marvel, J., Moser, M., Tassignon, J., & Slaoui, M. (1986). From idiotypes to idiotypic network. In J. D. Capra & M. Reichlin (Eds.), Intern. Conference on Idiotypes (pp. 111-138). Acad. Press.
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  11. 1. Ajouaou, Y., Azouz, A., Taquin, A., Denanglaire, S., Hind, H. H., Krayem, M., Andris, F., Moser, M., Goriely, S., & Leo, O. (2022). The oxygen sensor Prolyl hydroxylase domain 2 regulates the in vivo suppressive capacity of regulatory T cells. eLife, 11. doi:10.7554/eLife.70555
  12. 2. Lepez, A., Pirnay, T., Denanglaire, S., Perez-Morga, D., Vermeersch, M., Leo, O., & Andris, F. (2020). Long-term T cell fitness and proliferation is driven by AMPK-dependent regulation of reactive oxygen species. Scientific reports, 10(1), 21673. doi:10.1038/s41598-020-78715-2
  13. 3. Papegay, B., Nuyens, V., Albert, A., Cherkaoui-Malki, M., Andreoletti, P. A., Leo, O., Kruys, V., Boogaerts, J., & Vamecq, J. (2020). Adenosine Diphosphate and the P2Y13 Receptor Are Involved in the Autophagic Protection of Ex Vivo Perfused Livers From Fasted Rats: Potential Benefit for Liver Graft Preservation. Liver transplantation. doi:10.1002/lt.25970

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