Recent Publications from the Jefferson Lab

Research Publications Cell Biology Physiology

 

Grubman SA, Shin J, Phelan PJ, Gong A, Can H, Dilworth R, Kini SK, Gagnon D, Archambault J, Meinke G, Bohm A, Jefferson DM, Bullock PA. 2016. Isolation of a monoclonal antibody that recognizes the origin binding domain of JCV, but not SV40, large T-antigen. Virology Epub ahead of print. books

Schrumpf E, Tan C, Karlsen TH, Sponheim J, Björkström NK, Sundnes O, Alfsnes K, Kaser A, Jefferson DM, Ueno Y, Eide TJ, Haraldsen G, Zeissig S, Exley MA, Blumberg RS, Melum E. 2015. The biliary epithelium presents antigens to and activates natural killer T cells. Hepatology 61: 1249-1259. Abstract in PubMed

Müller T, Beutler C, Picó AH, Otten M, Dürr A, Al-Abadi H, Guckelberger O, Meyer Zum Büschenfelde D, Jöhrens K, Volkmann M, Lankisch T, Voigtländer T, Anders M, Shibolet O, Jefferson DM, Podolsky DK, Fischer A, Veltzke-Schlieker W, Adler A, Baumgart DC, Sturm A, Wiedenmann B, Schott E, Berg T. 2013. Increased T-helper 2 cytokines in bile from patients with IgG4-related cholangitis disrupt the tight junction-associated biliary epithelial cell barrier. Gastroenterology 144: 1116-1128.  Abstract in PubMed

Onori P, Mancinelli R, Franchitto A, Carpino G, Renzi A, Brozzetti S, Venter J, Francis H, Glaser S, Jefferson DM, Alpini G, Gaudio E. 2013. Role of follicle-stimulating hormone on biliary cyst growth in autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease. Liver Int. 33: 914-925. Abstract in PubMed

Hohenester S, Wenniger LM, Paulusma CC, van Vliet SJ, Jefferson DM, Elferink RP, Beuers U. 2012. A biliary HCO3- umbrella constitutes a protective mechanism against bile acid-induced injury in human cholangiocytes. Hepatology 55: 173-183. Abstract in PubMed

Hohenester S, Maillette de Buy Wenniger L, Jefferson DM, Oude Elferink RP, Beuers U. 2011. Biliary bicarbonate secretion constitutes a protective mechanism against bile acid-induced injury in man. Dig Dis. 29: 62-65. Abstract in PubMed

Keller PJ, Lin AF, Arendt LM, Klebba I, Jones AD, Rudnick JA, DiMeo TA, Gilmore H, Jefferson DM, Graham RA, Naber SP, Schnitt S, Kuperwasser C. 2010. Mapping the cellular and molecular heterogeneity of normal and malignant breast tissues and cultured cell lines. Breast Cancer Res. 12: R87. Abstract in PubMed

Chen B, Jefferson DM, Cho WK. 2010. Characterization of volume-activated chloride currents in regulatory volume decrease of human cholangiocyte. J Membr Biol. 235: 17-26. Abstract in PubMed

Kido O, Fukushima K, Ueno Y, Inoue J, Jefferson DM, Shimosegawa T. 2009. Compensatory role of inducible annexin A2 for impaired biliary epithelial anion-exchange activity of inflammatory cholangiopathy. Lab Invest. 89: 1374-1386. Abstract in PubMed

Alvaro D, Onori P, Alpini G, Franchitto A, Jefferson DM, Torrice A, Cardinale V, Stefanelli F, Mancino MG, Strazzabosco M, Angelico M, Attili A, Gaudio E. 2008. Morphological and functional features of hepatic cyst epithelium in autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease. A J Pathol. 172: 321-332. Abstract in PubMed

Tamai K, Fukushima K, Ueno Y, Moritoki Y, Yamagiwa Y, Kanno N, Jefferson DM, Shimosegawa T. 2006. Differential expressions of aquaporin proteins in human cholestatic liver diseases. Hepatol Res. 34: 990-103. Abstract in PubMed

Husson H, Manavalan P, Akmaev VR, Russo RJ, Cook B, Richards B, Barberio D, Liu D, Cao X, Landes GM, Wang CJ, Roberts BL, Klinger KW, Grubman SA, Jefferson DM, Ibraghimov-Beskrovnaya O. 2004.  New insights into ADPKD molecular pathways using combination of SAGE and microarray technologies. Genomics 84: 497-510. Abstract in PubMed

Abraham EH, Sterling KM, Kim RJ, Salikhova AY, Huffman HB, Crockett MA, Johnston N, Parker HW, Boyle WE Jr, Hartov A, Demidenko E, Efird J, Kahn J, Grubman SA, Jefferson DM, Robson SC, Thakar JH, Lorico A, Rappa G, Sartorelli AC, Okunieff P. 2001. Erythrocyte membrane ATP binding cassette (ABC) proteins: MRP1 and CFTR as well as CD39 (ecto-apyrase) involved in RBC ATP transport and elevated blood plasma ATP of cystic fibrosis. Blood Cells Mol Dis. 27: 165-180. Abstract in PubMed

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