Associates in the Press (Biomedical)

Bridging the Gap from Research Bench to Patient Bedside

The contribution made by our multidisciplinary team of associates can be seen in the body of scientific literature where our team members have been cited.  Below is a listing of publications where our Biomedical Science Core associates are listed as authors (highlighted).

  • Atherly, L.O., “The World Health Organization (WHO) and HIV/AIDS.” MJOTA 1 (2): 127., 2007.
  • Atherly, L.O., “The effect of HIV and HBV and HCV co-infection on CD4+ T cells in the liver.” MJOTA 1 (3): 244-45., 2007.
  • Atherly, L.O., “An old TB vaccine poses a new challenge for Africa’s HIV infected children.” MJOTA 2 (1): 32., 2007.
  • Atherly, L.O*., Lucas J.A*., and L.J. Berg., “The Tec kinases Itk and Rlk regulate the development of conventional CD8+ T cells.”  Immunity 25(1):79-91., 2006.                   (* = co-first author)
  • Atherly, L.O., Michael A. Brehm, Raymond M. Welsh and L. J. Berg., “Tec Kinases Itk and Rlk are required for CD8+ T cell responses to viral infection independent of their role in CD4+ T cell help.” J Immunol 176 (3)., 2006.
  • Atherly, L.O., Samin Kim and Hao Shen.,  “Intranasal Spore Immunization (INSI) with mutant spores of the Sterne vaccine strain generates protective immunity against Inhalational  Anthrax.” Manuscript in preparation.
  • Lucas, J. A., A. T. Miller, L.O. Atherly, and L.J. Berg., “The role of Tec family kinases in T cell development and function.” Immunol Rev 191: 119-38., 2003.
  • Lucas, J. A., L. O. Atherly, and L.J. Berg., “The absence of Itk inhibits positive selection without changing lineage commitment.” J Immunol 168 (12): 6142-51., 2002.
  • Dobson, J.G., Jr., J. Fray, J.L. Leonard. R.E. Pratt.  “Molecular mechanism of reduced -adrenergic signaling in the aged heart as revealed by genomic profiling”.  Physiol. Genomics 15: 142-147, 2003.
  • Miyazaki, K., S. Komatsu, M. Ikebe, R.A. Fenton, J.G. Dobson, Jr. “Protein kinase C epsilon and the anti-adrenergic action of adenosine in rat ventricular myocytes”.  Amer. J. Physiol. Amer. J.  Physiol. 287:H1721-H1729, 2004.
  • Fenton, R.A., E.W. Dickson, J.G. Dobson, Jr.  “Inhibition of phosphatase activity enhances  preconditioning and limits cell death in the ischemic/reperfused aged rat heart”.  Life Sci. 77: 3375-3388, 2005.
  • Tikh, E.I., R.A. Fenton, J.F. Chen, M. Schwarzschild, J.G. Dobson, Jr.  “Adenosine A1 and A2A receptor regulation of protein phosphatase 2A in the murine heart”.  J. Cell Physiol. 216: 83-90, 2008.
  • Fenton, R.A., S. Komatsu, M. Ikebe, L.G. Shea, J.G. Dobson, Jr.  “Adenoprotection of the heart involves phospholipase C-induced activation and translocation of PKCε to RACK2 in adult rat and mouse”.  Amer. J. Physiol. 297: H718-H725, 2009.
  • Munevar S., Gangopadhyay S. S., Gallant C., Colombo B., Sellke F. W., and Morgan K. G. CamKII T287 and T305 Regulate History-Dependent Increases in Alpha Agonist-Induced Vascular Tone. Journal of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, Vol. 12, No 1 p. 1-8., 2008.
  • Munevar S., Wang Y. L., and M. Dembo.  Regulation of Mechanical Interactions Between Fibroblasts and the Substratum by Stretch-Activated Ca2+ Entry.  Journal of Cell Science, Vol. 117 p. 85-92., 2004.
  • Munevar S., Wang Y. L., and M. Dembo.  Distinct Roles of Frontal and Rear Cell-Substrate Adhesions in Fibroblast Migration.  Molecular Biology of the Cell, Vol. 12 p. 3947-3954., 2001.
  • Munevar S., Wang Y. L., and M. Dembo.  Traction Force Microscopy of Migrating Normal and H-ras Transformed 3T3 Fibroblasts. Biophysical Journal, Vol. 80.  p. 1744-1757., 2001.
  • Pozzi, L.M., Pauley, D.R., Sato, S., Knight, H., Walsh, D.G., Carville, A., Johnson, W., Westmoreland, S.V. and S.P. O’Neil. CD20+ Cell Depletion Results in Abbreviated Cell Mediated Immune Responses, Higher Viral Set Points and Shortened Survival in SIV-Infected Pigtailed Macaques. Manuscript in preparation.
  • Newman, R.M., Hall, L., Kirmaier, A., Pozzi, L., Pery, E., Farzan, M., O’Neil, S.P. and W. Johnson. Evolution of a TRIM5-CypA Splice Isoform in Old World Monkeys. PLoS Pathogens, 2008.
  • Pozzi, L.M.*, Maciaszek, J.W*. and K.L. Rock. Both Dendritic Cells and Macrophages Can Stimulate Naive CD8 T Cells In Vivo to Proliferate, Develop Effector Function, and Differentiate into Memory Cells. J. Immunology 175, 2071-2081, 2005.                          (* = these authors contributed equally)
  • Todd, C. W., Pozzi, L. A., Guarnaccia, J. R., Balasubramanian, M., Henk, W. G., Younger, L. E., and M. J. Newman. Development of an adjuvant-active nonionic block copolymer for use in oil-free subunit vaccines formulations. Vaccine 15 (5) 564-70, 1997.
  • Wu, J.Y., Gardner, B.H., Kushner, N.N., Pozzi, L.M., Kensil, C.R., Cloutier, P.A., Coughlin, R.T. and M.J. Newman. Accessory cell requirements for saponin adjuvant induced class I MHC antigen-restricted cytotoxic T-lymphocytes. Cell. Immunol. 154, 393 406, 1994.
  • Sullivan, V., Biron, K.K., Talarico, C., Stanat, S., Davis, M., Pozzi, L. and D.M. Coen. A point mutation in the human cytomegalovirus DNA polymerase gene confers resistance to Ganciclovir and phosphonylmethoxyalkyl derivatives. Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy 37, 19-25, 1993.
  • Pozzi, L.M. and W.Y. Weiser. Recombinant human macrophage migration inhibitory factor (MIF) activates human macrophages to kill tumor cells.  Cell. Immunol. 145, 372-3., 1992.
  • Reddy, S., Jin, P., Trimarchi, J., Caruccio, P., Phillis, R. and Murphey, R.K., Mutant molecular motors disrupt neural circuits in Drosophila.  J. Neurobiology 33: 711-723., 1997.