Center Publications

2021
Meng, J., et al. “Global Profiling Of Distinct Cysteine Redox Forms Reveals Wide-Ranging Redox Regulation In C. Elegans.”. Nature Communications, p. 1415.
Joslin
Liang, Y., et al. “A Scalable Unified Framework Of Total And Allele-Specific Counts For Cis-Qtl, Fine-Mapping, And Prediction.”. Nature Communications, p. 1424.
Chicago
Benedetti, L. “Optogenetic Tools For Manipulating Protein Subcellular Localization And Intracellular Signaling At Organelle Contact Sites.”. Current Protocols, p. e71.
Yale
Kim, S. J., et al. “Identification Of Candidate Genes And Pathways In Retinopathy Of Prematurity By Whole Exome Sequencing Of Preterm Infants Enriched In Phenotypic Extremes.”. Scientific Reports, p. 4966.
UCSD-UCLA
Pauken, K. E., et al. “Single-Cell Analyses Identify Circulating Anti-Tumor Cd8 T Cells And Markers For Their Enrichment.”. The Journal Of Experimental Medicine.
UCSF
Lee, Y. S., and J. Olefsky. “Chronic Tissue Inflammation And Metabolic Disease.”. Genes & Development, pp. 307-328.
UCSD-UCLA
Hubbard, D., et al. “Risk For Recurrent Cardiovascular Disease Events Among Patients With Diabetes And Chronic Kidney Disease.”. Cardiovascular Diabetology, p. 58.
UAB
Perdigoto, A. L., et al. “Adverse Events Induced By Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors.”. Current Opinion In Immunology, pp. 29-38.
Yale
Buckley, T. N., et al. “High-Fat Feeding Disrupts Daily Eating Behavior Rhythms In Obesity-Prone But Not In Obesity-Resistant Male Inbred Mouse Strains.”. American Journal Of Physiology. Regulatory, Integrative And Comparative Physiology.
WUSTL
Palmisano, B. T., et al. “Low-Density Lipoprotein Receptor Is Required For Cholesteryl Ester Transfer Protein To Regulate Triglyceride Metabolism In Both Male And Female Mice.”. Physiological Reports, p. e14732.
Vanderbilt
Wadden, T. A., et al. “Effect Of Subcutaneous Semaglutide Vs Placebo As An Adjunct To Intensive Behavioral Therapy On Body Weight In Adults With Overweight Or Obesity: The Step 3 Randomized Clinical Trial.”. Jama.
UAB
Wang, F., et al. “Deficient Spermiogenesis In Mice Lacking .”. Elife.