Publications

Journal Articles
  1. Kohlgruber, A.C., Gal-Oz, S.T., LaMarche, N.M., Shimazaki, M., Duquette, D., Nguyen, H.N., Mina, A.I., Paras, T., Tavakkoli, A., Andrian, U., Banks, A.S., Shay, T., Brenner, M.B., Lynch, L. 2018. γδ T cells producing interleukin-17A regulate adipose regulatory T cell homeostasis and thermogenesis. Nature immunology, p.1.

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  2. Dyck, L. and Lynch, L., 2018. New Job for NK Cells: Architects of the Tumor Microenvironment. Immunity48(1), pp.9-11.

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  3. LaMarche, N.M. and Lynch, L., 2018. Adipose Dendritic Cells Come Out of Hiding. Cell metabolism27(3), pp.485-486.

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  4. Dyck, L. and Lynch, L., 2018. Cancer, obesity and immunometabolism–Connecting the dots. Cancer letters417, pp.11-20.

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  5. SK. Chang, A. Kohlgruber, F. Mizoguchi, M. Xavier, B. Wolf, K. Wei, P. Lee, L. Lynch, D.Duquette, V.Ceperuelo-Mallafre, A. Banks, M.B. Brenner. Stromal cell cadherin-11 regulates adipose tissue inflammation and diabetes. Journal of Clinical Investigation, in press Sept 2017

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  6. Prüss, H., Tedeschi, A., Thiriot, A., Lynch, L., Loughhead, S.M., Stutte, S., Mazo, I.B., Kopp, M.A., Brommer, B., Blex, C. and Geurtz, L.C., 2017. Spinal cord injury-induced immunodeficiency is mediated by a sympathetic-neuroendocrine adrenal reflex. Nature neuroscience20(11), p.1549.

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  7. Assmann, N., O’Brien, K.L., Donnelly, R.P., Dyck, L., Zaiatz-Bittencourt, V., Loftus, R.M., Heinrich, P., Oefner, P.J., Lynch, L., Gardiner, C.M. and Dettmer, K., 2017. Srebp-controlled glucose metabolism is essential for NK cell functional responses. Nature immunology18(11), p.1197.

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  8. S. Boulenouar , X. Michelet, D. Duquette, D. Alvarez , A.E. Hogan, C. Dold , D. O’Connor, S. Stutte, A. Tavakkoli, D. Winters, M.A. Exley, D. O’Shea, M.B. Brenner, U. von Andrian, and L. Lynch. Adipose type one innate lymphoid cells regulate macrophage homeostasis through targeted cytotoxicity. (2017) Immunity 21, 46:273-286. PubMed

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  9. L. Lynch, A.E. Hogan, D. Duquette, C. Lester, A. Banks, K. LeClair, D. Cohen, A. Ghosh, B. Lu, M. Corrigan, D. Stevanovic, E. Maratos-Flier, D. Drucker, D. O’Shea, and M.B. Brenner. iNKT cells induce FGF21 for thermogenesis and are required for maximal weight loss in GLP1 therapy. Cell Metabolism, 2016; 24(3):510-519. | PubMed

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  10. A. Kohngruber, N. La Marche, and L. Lynch. Adipose Tissue at the nexus of immunometabolism. Seminars in Immunology. 2016: 28(5):431-440.| PubMed

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  11. L. Lynch, X. Michelet, S. Zhang, P.J. Brennan, A. Moseman, C. Lester, G. Besra, E.E. Vomhof-Dekrey, M. Tighe, H.F. Koay, D.I. Godfrey, E.A. Leadbetter, D.B. Sant’Angelo, U. von Andrian, and M.B. Brenner. Regulatory iNKT cells lack expression of the transcription factor PLZF and control the homeostasis of T(reg) cells and macrophages in adipose tissue. Nature Immunology 2015;16(1):85-95. | PubMed

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  12. E. Carolan, L.M. Tobin, B.A. Mangan, M.A. Corrigan, G. Gaoatswe, G. Byrne, J. Geoghegan, D. Cody, J. O’Connell, D.C. Winter, D.G. Doherty, L. Lynch, D. O’Shea, and A.E. Hogan. Altered distribution and increased IL-17 production by mucosal-associated invariant T cells in adult and childhood obesity. J Immunol, 2015;194(12):5775-5780. | PubMed

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  13. A. Kohngruber, and L. Lynch. Adipose Tissue Inflammation in the Pathogenesis of Type 2 Diabetes. Current Diabetes Reports, 2015:15(11):92. | PubMed

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  14. A. Longchamp, M. Tao, A. Bartelt, K. Ding, L. Lynch, C. Hine, J. Corpataux, B.S. Kristal, J.R. Mitchell, and C.K. Ozaki. Surgical injury induces local and distant adipose tissue browning. Adipocyte, 2015;5(2):163-174. | PubMed

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  15. E.Y. Kim, L. Lynch, P.J. Brennan, N.R. Cohen, and M.B. Brenner. The transcriptional programs of iNKT cells. Review. Seminars in Immunology, 2015;27(1):26-32. | PubMed

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  16. M. Exley, D. O’Shea, and L. Lynch. The interplay between the immune system and adipocytes in metabolic control. Invited Review. Journal of Endocrinology, 223:41-48. | PubMed

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  17. L. Lynch. Adipose invariant Natural Killer T cells. Review. Immunology, 2014;142(3):337-46. | PubMed

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  18. G.A. Tynan, C. Hearnden, E. Oleszycka, C. Lyons, G. Coutts, J. O’Connell, M. Corrigan, L. Lynch, M. Campbell, JJ. Callanan, K. Mok, J. Geoghegan, C. O’Farrelly, SM. Allan, H. Roche, D. O’Shea, and E. Lavelle. Endogenous oils derived from human adipocytes are potent adjuvants that promote IL-1α-dependent inflammation. Diabetes 2014; 63(6):2037-50. | PubMed

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  19. A.E. Hogan, G. Gaoatswe, L. Lynch, M. Corrigan, C. Woods, J. O’Connell and D. O’Shea. Glucagon-like peptide-1 analogue therapy directly modulates innate immune-mediated inflammation in individuals with type 2 diabetes mellitus. Diabetalogica 2014; 57(4):781-4. | PubMed

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  20. L. Lynch, M. Nowak, B. Varghese, A.E. Hogan, V. Toxavidis, S.P. Balk, D. O’Shea, C. O’Farrelly, and M.A. Exley. Adipose Tissue Invariant Natural Killer T Cells Protect Against Diet-Induced Obesity and Metabolic Disorder Through Regulation Cytokine Prodution. Immunity, 2012; 21;37(3):574-87. | PubMed

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  21. L. Szereday, E. Miko, M. Meggyes, A. Barakonyi, B. Farkas, J. Bodis, L. Lynch, Cliona O’Farrelly and J. Szekeres-Bartho. Decidual haematopoietic stem cells in first trimester pregnancy. American J Reproductive Immunology 2012; 67(1):9-16. | PubMed

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  22. M.A. Exley, L. Lynch, B. Varghese, M. Nowak, N. Alatrakchi, and S. Balk. Developing understanding of the roles of CD1d-restricted T cell subsets in cancer: reversing tumor-induced defects [review]. Invited Review: Clinical Applications of NKT cells Clin Immunol. 2011; 140(2):184-95. | PubMed

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  23. J. O’Connell, L. Lynch, A.E. Hogan, T.J. Cawood, and D. O’Shea. Preadipocyte factor-1 is associated with metabolic profile in severe obesity. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 2012; 96: 680-684. | PubMed

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  24. A.E. Hogan, AM. Tobin, T. Ahern, M.A. Corrigan, G. Gaoatswe, R. Jackson, V. O’Reilly, L. Lynch, D.G Doherty, P.N. Moynagh, B. Kirby, J. O’Connell, and D. O’Shea. Glucagon like peptide -1 (GLP-1) and the regulation of human invariant natural killer T cells – lessons from obesity, diabetes and psoriasis. Diabetalogica, 2011; 54(11):2745-2754. | PubMed

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  25. A.E. Hogan, M.A. Corrigan, V . O’Reilly, G. Gaoatswe, J. O’Connell, D.G. Doherty, L. Lynch, and D. O’Shea D. Cigarette smoke alters the invariant natural killer T cell function and may inhibit anti-tumor responses. Clin Immunol, 2011; 40(3):229-35. | PubMed

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  26. A.M. Tobin, L. Lynch, B. Kirby, and C. O’Farrelly. Natural killer cells in psoriasis. Review. J. Innate Immunity, 2011; 3(4):403-410. | PubMed

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  27. D. O’Shea, T.J. Cawood, C. O’Farrelly, and L. Lynch. Natural killer cells in obesity: impaired function and increased susceptibility to the effects of cigarette smoke. PLoS One. 2010; 25;5(1):e8660. | PubMed

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  28. M. Nowak, L. Lynch, S. Yue, A. Ohta, M. Sitkovsky, S.P. Balk, and M.A. Exley. The A2aR adenosine receptor controls cytokine production in iNKT cells. Eur J Immunol, 2010; 40(3):682-687. | PubMed

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  29. J.J. O’Connell, L. Lynch, T.J. Cawood and D. O’Shea. The relationship of omental and subcutaneous adipocyte size to metabolic disease in severe obesity. PLoS One, 2010; e9997. | PubMed

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  30. A. O’Donovan, B.M. Hughes, G.M. Slavich, L. Lynch, M.T. Cronin, C. O’Farrelly, and K. Malone. Clinical anxiety and interleukin 6: Evidence for specificity in emotion biology relationships. Brain Behav Immun, 2010; 24(7):1074-7. | PubMed

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  31. L. Lynch, D. O’ Shea, D.C. Winter, J. Geoghegan, D.G. Doherty and C.O’Farrelly. Invariant NKT Cells and CD1d-positive Cells Amass in Human Omentum and are Depleted in Patients with Cancer and Obesity. Eur. J. Immunology, 32009; 9(7):1893-1901. | PubMed

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  32. L. Lynch, J. O’Connell, A. Kwasnik, T. Cawood, C.O’ Farrelly and D. O’Shea. Are natural killer cells protecting the metabolically healthy obese? Obesity (Silver Spring) 2009; 17:601-605. | PubMed

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  33. E. McGrath, E.J. Ryan, L. Lynch, L. Golden-Mason, C. O’Herlihy, M. Eogan, and C. O’Farrelly. Cycle-Related Changes in Endometrial Natural Killer Cell Expression of CD94, CD158a and CD158b are Associated with Infertility. American Journal of Reproduction, 2008; 61:265-276. | PubMed

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  34. L. Lynch, M. Eogan, L. Golden-Mason, C. O’Herlihy and C. O’Farrelly. Cells with haematopoietic stem cell phenotype in adult human endometrium: relevance to infertility? Human Reproduction, 2006; 22:919-26. | PubMed

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  35. L. Lynch, D. O’Donoghue, J. Dean, J. O’Sullivan, C. O’Farrelly and L.Golden-Mason. Detection and Characterization of Haematopoietic Stem Cells in the Human Small Intestine. Journal of Immunology, 2006; 176: 5199-5204. | PubMed

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Book Chapters
  1. M.A. Exley, L. Lynch, M. Nowak. NKT Cells of Cancer Patients and How Models Can Inform Therapeutic Plans (2012) [chapter]. In: Natural Killer T cells. Balancing the Regulation of Tumor Immunity. Terabe M, Berzofsky JA, editors.