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2022
Aguilar, O. A., et al. “The Cd3Ζ Adaptor Structure Determines Functional Differences Between Human And Mouse Cd16 Fc Receptor Signaling.”. The Journal Of Experimental Medicine.
Yao, K., et al. “Transcriptomic Profiling Of A Multiethnic Pediatric Nafld Cohort Reveals Genes And Pathways Associated With Disease.”. Hepatology Communications.
Yale
Emont, M. P., et al. “A Single-Cell Atlas Of Human And Mouse White Adipose Tissue.”. Nature.
Maxwell, K. G., et al. “Differential Function And Maturation Of Human Stem Cell-Derived Islets After Transplantation.”. Stem Cells Translational Medicine.
WUSTL
Schnurr, T. M., et al. “Interactions Of Physical Activity, Muscular Fitness, Adiposity, And Genetic Risk For Nafld.”. Hepatology Communications.
Stanford
Gloudemans, M. J., et al. “Integration Of Genetic Colocalizations With Physiological And Pharmacological Perturbations Identifies Cardiometabolic Disease Genes.”. Genome Medicine, p. 31.
Stanford
Moll, T., et al. “Low Expression Of Exosc2 Protects Against Clinical Covid-19 And Impedes Sars-Cov-2 Replication.”. Biorxiv : The Preprint Server For Biology.
Stanford
Gao, C., and Y. Wang. “Yap: The Nexus Between Metabolism And Cardiac Remodeling.”. The Journal Of Clinical Investigation.
UCSD-UCLA
Lee, M. Y., et al. “Overcoming Barriers To Diabetes Technology In Youth With Type 1 Diabetes And Public Insurance: Cases And Call To Action.”. Case Reports In Endocrinology, p. 9911736.
Stanford
Stormo, A. E. D., et al. “The E3 Ligase Trim1 Ubiquitinates Lrrk2 And Controls Its Localization, Degradation, And Toxicity.”. The Journal Of Cell Biology.
Wendler, F., et al. “A Lexaop > Uas > Quas Trimeric Plasmid To Generate Inducible And Interconvertible Drosophila Overexpression Transgenes.”. Scientific Reports, p. 3835.
Stanford
Adams, M. T., and B. Blum. “Determinants And Dynamics Of Pancreatic Islet Architecture.”. Islets, pp. 82-100.
WUSTL