Dr Julia Rey-Nores

 Job Title:            Senior Lecturer
Room No:           D208
Telephone No:  + 44 (0) 29 2041 6848
Email Address:  jreynores@cardiffmet.ac.uk



Immunology and Virology at BSc and MSc levels
Undergraduate Final Year Research Project Supervision
MSc Research Project Supervision
PhD students supervision


The response of the innate immune system to activation by pathogens.
Modulation of the immune response by soluble CD14
Pattern recognition receptors: Toll-like receptors


1. LeBouder E, Rey-Nores JE, Raby AC, Affolter M, Vidal K, Thornton CA, Labéta MO. (2006) Modulation of neonatal microbial recognition: TLR-mediated innate immune responses are specifically and differentially modulated by human milk .J Immunol. Mar 15;176 (6):3742-52.
2. LeBouder E, Rey-Nores JE, Rushmere NK, Grigorov M, Lawn SD, Affolter M, Griffin GE, Ferrara P, Schiffrin EJ, Morgan BP, Labéta MO. (2003) Soluble forms of Toll-like receptor (TLR)2 capable of modulating TLR2 signaling are present in human plasma and breast milk J Immunol. Dec 15;171(12):6680-9.
3. Harris CL, Vigar MA, Rey Nores JE, Horejsi V, Labeta MO, Morgan BP. (2001) The lipopolysaccharide co-receptor CD14 is present and functional in seminal plasma and expressed on spermatozoa. Immunology. Nov;104 (3):317-23.

4. Labéta MO, Vidal K, Rey-Nores JE, Arias M, Vita N, Morgan BP, Guillemot JC, Loyaux D, Ferrara P, Schmid D, Affolter M, Borysiewicz LK, Donnet-Hughes A, Schiffrin EJ. (2000) Innate recognition of bacteria in human milk is mediated by a milk-derived highly expressed pattern recognition receptor, soluble CD14 J Exp Med. May 15;191(10):1807-12.
5. Arias MA, Rey Nores JE, Vita N, Stelter F, Borysiewicz LK, Ferrara P, Labéta MO. (2000) Cutting edge: human B cell function is regulated by interaction with soluble CD14: opposite effects on IgG1 and IgE production. J Immunol. Apr 1;164 (7):3480-6.
6. Rey Nores JE, Bensussan A, Vita N, Stelter F, Arias MA, Jones M, Lefort S, Borysiewicz LK, Ferrara P, Labéta MO. (1999) Soluble CD14 acts as a negative regulator of human T cell activation and function. Eur J Immunol. Jan;29 (1):265-76.
7. Rey-Nores JE, McCullough KC. (1997) Rinderpest virus isolates of different virulence vary in their capacity to infect bovine monocytes and macrophages. J. Gen Virol. Aug;78 ( Pt 8):1875-84.
8. Rey-Nores JE, McCullough KC. (1996) Relative ability of different bovine leukocyte populations to support active replication of rinderpest virus. J. Virol. Jul;70(7):4419-26.
9. Rey-Nores JE, McCullough KC. (1995) Rinderpest virus infection of bovine peripheral blood monocytes. J Gen Virol. Nov;76 ( Pt 11):2779-91.