Camila Ignacia Espejo Benavides
Camila Ignacia Espejo Benavides
PhD Candidate at School of Medicine UTAS
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Sex bias in ability to cope with cancer: Tasmanian devils and facial tumour disease
M Ruiz-Aravena, ME Jones, S Carver, S Estay, C Espejo, A Storfer, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285 (1891), 20182239, 2018
Rewilding immunology
AS Flies, Wild Comparative Immunology Consortium
Science 369 (6499), 37-38, 2020
Extracellular vesicle proteomes of two transmissible cancers of Tasmanian devils reveal tenascin-C as a serum-based differential diagnostic biomarker
C Espejo, R Wilson, E Willms, M Ruiz-Aravena, RJ Pye, ME Jones, AF Hill, ...
Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences 78 (23), 7537-7555, 2021
Cathelicidin-3 associated with serum extracellular vesicles enables early diagnosis of a transmissible cancer
C Espejo, R Wilson, RJ Pye, JC Ratcliffe, M Ruiz-Aravena, E Willms, ...
Frontiers in immunology, 1209, 2022
Tasmanian devil facial tumor-derived extracellular vesicles reveal mesenchymal transition markers and adhesion molecules related to metastasis
C Espejo, R Wilson, GM Woods, E Willms, AF Hill, AB Lyons
bioRxiv, 2020
Challenges of an Emerging Disease: The Evolving Approach to Diagnosing Devil Facial Tumour Disease
C Espejo, AL Patchett, R Wilson, AB Lyons, GM Woods
Pathogens 11 (1), 27, 2021
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