Fahrer Group - Immunology

Fahrer lab: Aude, Tina, Erin

The Group is focused on two main areas of research at the moment:

  1. A very simple and inexpensive cancer immunotherapy treatment I have come up with, involving a single injection of an immune stimulant into a tumour.
  2. A bioinformatics study looking for novel proteins in different genomes. We have just recently around 2000 novel proteins from humans and mice.

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Leader

Aude Fahrer

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Dr Fahrer's major research interests are in immunology, cancer immunotherapy and bioinformatics. Aude Fahrer received her B.Sc...

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Publications

Selected publications

  • Wilson L.O., Spriggs A, Taylor J.M., Fahrer A.M. A novel splicing outcome reveals more than 2000 new mammalian protein isoforms.Bioinformatics. 2014 Jan 15;30(2):151-6
  • Wilson, L.O; Fahrer, A.M. (2013) Condensins, chromatin remodeling and gene transcription, Chromatin Remodelling, Dr Danuta Radzioch (Ed.), ISBN: 978-953-51-1087-3 InTech. Also available from InTech Open
  • Fahrer, Aude M, (2012). A proposal for a simple and inexpensive therapeutic cancer vaccine, Immunology and Cell Biology 90 (3) 310-313
  • Theodoratos, Angelo; Wilson, Laurence O. W.; Gosling, Katharine M.; et al. (2012) Splice variants of the condensin II gene Ncaph2 include alternative reading frame translations of exon 1, Febs Journal 279 (8) 1422-1432
  • Theodoratos, A; Whittle, B; Enders, A; et al. (2010), Mouse strains with point mutations in TAP1 and TAP2, Immunology and Cell Biology 88 (1) 72-78
  • Gosling, KM; Goodnow, CC; Verma, NK; et al (2008), Defective T-cell function leading to reduced antibody production in a kleisin-beta mutant mouse, Immunology 125 (2) 208-217
  • Gosling, KM; Makaroff, LE; Theodoratos, A; et al (2007) A mutation in a chromosome condensin II subunit, kleisin beta, specifically disrupts T cell development, Proceedings of the National Academy Of Sciences of the United States Of America 104 (30) 12445-12450
  • Liston, A; Lesage, S; Gray, DHD; et al, (2004) Generalized resistance to thymic deletion in the NOD mouse: A polygenic trait characterized by defective induction of Bim, Immunity 21 (6) 817-830
  • Fahrer, AM; Bazan, JF; Papathanasiou, P; et al (2001) A genomic view of immunology, Nature 409 (6822) 836-838
  • Fahrer, AM; Konigshofer, Y; Kerr, EM; et al,(2001) Attributes of gamma delta intraepithelial lymphocytes as suggested by their transcriptional profile, Proceedings of the National Academy Of Sciences of the United States Of America 98 (18) 10261-10266.

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News & events

News

Image creative commons from http://www.flickr.com/photos/pinksherbet/
08
Jan
2014
Researchers from RSB and CSIRO Plant Industry, have taken a second look at where we begin to read genes, leading to the discovery of more than 2,000 new human and mouse proteins.

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Highlights

Aude Fahrer

Our main areas of research at the moment include a very simple and inexpensive (and rather crazy!) cancer immunotherapy treatment I have come up with, involving a single injection of an immune stimulant into a tumour, and a bioinformatics study looking for novel proteins in different genomes.  

Aude Fahrer, putting cancer on trial

Sometimes what we’re looking for is right in front of us all along. Dr Aude Fahrer knows this feeling. The only difference is that she has been searching for something far more important than the car keys.

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