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  • Duke University Department of Molecular Genetics & Microbiology
    Raab Traub N and Cullen B R 2006 Epstein Barr virus microRNAs are evolutionarily conserved and differentially expressed PLoS Pathogens 2 e23 Bogerd H P Wiegand H L Hulme A E Garcia Perez J L O Shea K S Moran J V and Cullen B R 2006 Cellular inhibitors of long interspersed element 1 and Alu retrotransposition Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 103 8780 8785 Lin J and Cullen B R 2007 Analysis of the interaction of primate retroviruses with the human RNA interference machinery Journal of Virology 81 12218 12226 Gottwein E Mukherjee N Sachse C Frenzel C Majoros W H Chi J T A Braich R Manoharan M Soutschek J Ohler U and Cullen B R 2007 A viral microRNA functions as an ortholog of cellular miR 155 Nature 450 1096 1099 Umbach J L Kramer M F Jurak I Karnowski H W Coen D m and Cullen B R 2008 MicroRNAs expressed by herpes simplex virus 1 during latent infection regulate viral mRNAs Nature 454 780 783 Gottwein E and Cullen B R 2008 Viral and cellular microRNAs as determinants of viral pathogenesis and immunity Cell Host Microbe 3 375 387 Cullen B R 2009 Viral and cellular messenger RNA targets of viral microRNAs Nature 457 421 425 Cullen B R 2009 Viral RNAs Lessons from the enemy Cell 136 592 597 Umbach J L and Cullen B R 2009 The role of RNAi and microRNAs in animal virus replication and antiviral immunity Genes Dev 23 1151 1164 Gottwein E and Cullen B R 2010 A human herpesvirus microRNA inhibits p21 expression and attentuates p21 mediated cell cycle arrest J Virol 84 5229 5237 Bogerd H P Karnowski H W Cai X Shin J Pholers M and Cullen B R 2010 A mammalian herpesvirus uses noncanonical expression

    Original URL path: http://mgm.duke.edu/faculty/cullen/pubs.htm (2014-06-13)
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  • Duke University Department of Molecular Genetics & Microbiology
    5 2 e8979 Bass AJ Watanabe H Mermel CH Yu S Perner S Verhaak RG Kim SY Wardwell L Tamayo P Gat Viks I Ramos AH Woo MS Weir BA Getz G Beroukhim R O Kelly M Dutt A Rozenblatt Rosen O Dziunycz P Komisarof J Chirieac LR Lafargue CJ Scheble V Wilbertz T Ma C Rao S Nakagawa H Stairs DB Lin L Giordano TJ Wagner P Minna JD Gazdar AF Zhu CQ Brose MS Cecconello I Jr UR Marie SK Dahl O Shivdasani RA Tsao MS Rubin MA Wong KK Regev A Hahn WC Beer DG Rustgi AK Meyerson M SOX2 Is an Amplified Oncogene in Lung and Esophageal Squamous Cell Carcinomas Nat Genet 2009 Nov 41 11 1238 42 Barbie DA Tamayo P Boehm JS Kim SY Moody SE Dunn IF Schinzel AC Sandy P Meylan E Scholl C Fröhling S Chan EM Sos ML Michel K Mermel C Silver SJ Weir BA Reiling JH Sheng Q Gupta PB Wadlow RC Le H Hoersch S Wittner BS Ramaswamy S Livingston DM Sabatini DM Meyerson M Thomas RK Lander ES Mesirov JP Root DE Gilliland DG Jacks T Hahn WC Systematic RNA interference reveals that oncogenic KRAS driven cancers required TBK1 Nature 2009 Nov 5 462 7269 108 12 Vasudevan KM Barbie DA Davies MA Rabinovsky R McNear CJ Kim JJ Hennessy BT Tseng H Pochanard P Kim SY Dunn IF Schinzel AC Sandy P Hoersch S Sheng Q Gupta PB Boehm JS Reiling JH Silver S Lu Y Stemke Hale K Dutta B Joy C Sahin AA Gonzalez Angulo AM Lluch A Rameh LE Jacks T Root DE Lander ES Mills GB Hahn WC Sellers WR Garraway LA AKT independent signaling downstream of oncogenic PIK3CA mutations in human cancer Cancer Cell 2009 Jul 7 16 1 21 32 Hahn WC Dunn IF Kim SY Schinzel AC Firestein R Guney I Boehm JS Integrative approaches to understanding cancer Biochim Biophys Acta 2009 Jun 1790 6 478 84 Scholl C Fröhling S Dunn IF Schinzel AC Barbie DA Kim SY Silver SJ Tamayo P Wadlow RC Ramaswamy S Döhner K Bullinger L Sandy P Boehm JS Root DE Jacks T Hahn WC Gilliland DG Synthetic Lethal Interaction Between Oncogenic KRAS Dependency and Suppression of STK33 in Human Cancer Cells Cell 2009 May 29 137 5 821 34 Firestein R Bass AJ Kim SY Dunn IF Silver SJ Guney I Freed E Ligon AH Vena N Ogino S Chheda MG Tamayo P Finn S Shrestha Y Boehm JS Jain S Bojarski E Mermel C Barretina J Chan JA Baselga J Tabernero J Root DE Fuchs CS Loda M Shivdasani RA Meyerson M and Hahn WC CDK8 is a colorectal cancer oncogene that regulates beta catenin activity Nature 2008 Sep 25 455 7212 547 51 Kim SY and Hahn WC Cancer genomics integrating form and function Carcinogenesis 2007 Jul 28 7 1387 92 Boehm JS Zhao JJ Yao J Kim SY Firestein R Dunn IF Sjostrom SK Garraway LA Weremowicz S

    Original URL path: http://mgm.duke.edu/faculty/kim_sy/pubs.htm (2014-06-13)
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  • Duke University Department of Molecular Genetics & Microbiology
    members Ming Shan Chien Graduate Student Zoya Qureshy Undergraduate Student Natalie Gong Undergraduate Student Safa Kaleem Undergraduate Student Jianghai Ho Graduate Student Akhil Sharma Undergraduate Student Yue Jiang Graduate Student Neha Sharma Graduate Student Hiroaki Matsunami Associate Professor Helena You

    Original URL path: http://mgm.duke.edu/faculty/matsunami/lab.htm (2014-06-13)
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  • Duke University Department of Molecular Genetics & Microbiology
    responses in mice lacking PKD channels PLoS One 6 5 e20007 Dey S S Zhan and H Matsunami 2011 Assaying surface expression of chemosensory receptors in heterologous cells J Vis Exp 48 e2405 Li Y R and H Matsunami 2011 Activation state of the M3 muscarinic acetylcholine receptor modulates mammalian odorant receptor signaling Sci Signal 4 155 ra1 Ishimaru Y et al 2010 Interaction between PKD1L3 and PKD2L1 through their transmembrane domains is required for localization of PKD2L1 at taste pores in taste cells of circumvallate and foliate papillae FASEB J 24 10 4058 4067 Zhuang H Chien M S Matsunami H 2009 Dynamic functional evolution of an odorant receptor for sex steroid derived odors in primates Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 106 21247 21251 Grosmaitre X Fuss S H Lee A C Adipietro K A Matsunami H Mombaerts P Ma M 2009 SR1 a mouse odorant receptor with an unusually broad response profile J Neurosci 29 14545 14552 Wilson D A Baker H Brunjes P Gilbertson T A Hermer L Hill D L Matsunami H Meredith M Mistretta C M Smeets M A Stowers L Zhuang H 2009 Chemoreception scientists gather under the Florida sun The 31st Annual Association for Chemoreception Sciences meeting Ann N Y Acad Sci 1170 Suppl 1 1 11 Matsunami H Mainland J D Dey S 2009 Trafficking of mammalian chemosensory receptors by receptor transporting proteins Ann N Y Acad Sci 1170 153 156 Mainland J D and Matsunami H Taste perception How sweet it is to be transcribed by you 2009 Curr Biol 19 R655 6 Review Ishimaru Y and Matsunami H 2009 Transient receptor potential TRP channels and taste sensation J Dent Res 88 212 218 Review Saito H Chi Q Zhuang H Matsunami H Mainland J D Odor coding by a mammalian receptor repertoire 2009 Sci Signal 2 ra9 Sun L Wang H Hu J Han J Matsunami H Luo M 2009 Guanylyl cyclase D in the olfactory CO2 neurons is activated by bicarbonate Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 106 2041 2046 Katz D B Matsunami H Rinberg D Scott K Wachowiak M Wilson R I 2008 Receptors circuits and behaviors new directions in chemical senses J Neurosci 28 11802 11805 Review Zhuang H and Matsunami H 2008 Evaluating cell surface expression and measuring activation of mammalian ordorant receptors in heterologous cells Nat Protoc 3 1402 1413 Inada H Kawabata F Ishimaru Y Fushiki T Matsunami H Tominaga M 2008 Off response property of an acid activated cation channel complex PKD1L3 PKD2L1 EMBO Rep 9 690 697 Kataoka S Yang R Ishimaru Y Matsunami H Sevigny J Kinnamon J C Finger T E 2008 The candidate sour taste receptor PKD2L1 is expressed by type III taste cells in the mouse Chem Senses 33 243 254 Keller A Zhuang H Chi Q Vosshall L B Matsunami H 2007 Genetic variation in a human odorant receptor alters odour perception Nature 449 468 472 Hu J Zhong C Ding C Chi

    Original URL path: http://mgm.duke.edu/faculty/matsunami/pubs.htm (2014-06-13)
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  • Duke University Center for Microbial Pathogenesis
    studied various aspects of treatment and pathogenesis for bacterial and fungal meningitis and endocarditis He started on the faculty at Duke University Medical Center in 1980 and focused on animal models and pathogenesis of fungal infections In 1987 he completed a Yeast Molecular Biology Course at Cold Spring Harbor and took a research leave to work in the laboratory of Dr Paul T Magee at the University of Minnesota His research focus began on the molecular pathogenesis of Cryptococcus neoformans In 1997 he was promoted to Professor of Medicine and Associate Professor of Microbiology and received the Duke University Scholar Teacher of the Year in 1999 He was elected a member of the Association of American Physicians AAP in 2001 and was elected a fellow of the American Academy of Microbiology AAM in 2004 and a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science AAAS in 2007 In addition he serves on the editorial board for the journal Virulence Dr Perfect is currently the acting Chief of the Division of Infectious Diseases Department of Medicine Duke University Medical Center and is also the Director of the Duke University Mycology Research Unit Dr Perfect and his colleagues presently focus

    Original URL path: http://mgm.duke.edu/microbial/mycology/perfect/bio.htm (2014-06-13)
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  • Duke University Center for Microbial Pathogenesis
    Diseases Director Duke University Mycology Research Unit DUMRU biography publications Lab members Yuan Chen PhD 684 2876 0557 Blue Zone South Bldg yuan chen dm duke edu John Perfect MD 664 4016 0557 Blue Zone South Bldg perfe001 mc duke edu Michael Price PhD 681 6276 0557 Blue Zone South Bldg michael price duke edu Wiley Schell MS 684 2523 1552 Blue Zone South Bldg wiley schell duke edu Jennifer

    Original URL path: http://mgm.duke.edu/microbial/mycology/perfect/lab.htm (2014-06-13)
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  • Duke University Center for Microbial Pathogenesis
    2007 Mar 75 3 1453 62 Epub 2007 Jan 8 Idnurm A Giles SS Perfect JR Heitman J Peroxisome function regulates growth on glucose in the basidiomycete fungus Cryptococcus neoformans Eukaryot Cell 2007 Jan 6 1 60 72 Epub 2006 Oct 13 Petzold EW Himmelreich U Mylonakis E Rude T Toffaletti D Cox GM Miller JL Perfect JR Characterization and regulation of the trehalose synthesis pathway and its importance in the pathogenicity of Cryptococcus neoformans Infect Immun 2006 Oct 74 10 5877 87 Chayakulkeeree M Perfect JR Cryptococcosis Infect Dis Clin North Am 2006 Sep 20 3 507 44 v vi Review Giles SS Stajich JE Nichols C Gerrald QD Alspaugh JA Dietrich F Perfect JR The Cryptococcus neoformans catalase gene family and its role in antioxidant defense Eukaryot Cell 2006 Sep 5 9 1447 59 Perfect JR Cryptococcus neoformans The yeast that likes it hot FEMS Yeast Res 2006 Jun 6 4 463 8 Review Bahn YS Cox GM Perfect JR Heitman J Carbonic anhydrase and CO2 sensing during Cryptococcus neoformans growth differentiation and virulence Curr Biol 2005 Nov 22 15 22 2013 20 PMID 16303560 Perfect JR Cryptococcus neoformans A sugar coated killer with designer genes FEMS Immunol Med Microbiol 2005 Sep 1 45 3 395 404 Review Wormley FL Jr Heinrich G Miller JL Perfect JR Cox GM Identification and characterization of an SKN7 homologue in Cryptococcus neoformans Infect Immun 2005 Aug 73 8 5022 30 Nielsen K Cox GM Litvintseva AP Mylonakis E Malliaris SD Benjamin DK Jr Giles SS Mitchell TG Casadevall A Perfect JR Heitman J Cryptococcus neoformans alpha strains preferentially disseminate to the central nervous system during coinfection Infect Immun 2005 Aug 73 8 4922 33 Wormley FL Jr Perfect JR Immunology of infection caused by Cryptococcus neoformans Methods Mol Med 2005 118 193 8 Wormley FL Jr Cox GM Perfect JR Evaluation of host immune responses to pulmonary cryptococcosis using a temperature sensitive C neoformans calcineurin A mutant strain Microb Pathog 2005 Feb Mar 38 2 3 113 23 Giles SS Batinic Haberle I Perfect JR Cox GM Cryptococcus neoformans mitochondrial superoxide dismutase an essential link between antioxidant function and high temperature growth Eukaryot Cell 2005 Jan 4 1 46 54 Giles SS Perfect JR Cox GM Cytochrome c peroxidase contributes to the antioxidant defense of Cryptococcus neoformans Fungal Genet Biol 2005 Jan 42 1 20 9 Perfect JR Nuances of new anti Aspergillus antifungals Med Mycol 2005 1 S271 276 Perfect JR Posaconazole A viewpoint by John R Perfect Drugs 2005 65 1568 1569 Chang CY Schell WA Perfect JR and Hulka GF Novel use of a swimming pool biocide in the treatment of a rare fungal mastoiditis Laryngoscope 2005 115 1065 1069 Gibbs WJ Drew RH and Perfect JR Liposomal amphotericin B Clinical experience and perspectives Expert Rev Anti Infect Ther 2005 3 167 181 Drew RH Arthur RR and Perfect JR Is it time to abandon the use of amphotericin B bladder irrigation Clin Infect Dis 2005 40 1465

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  • Center for Virology - Faculty
    Assistant Professor Molecular Genetics Microbiology Chin Ho Norman Chen Associate Professor Surgical Sciences Mariano Garcia Blanco MD PhD Professor Molecular Genetics Microbiology Matthias Gromeier MD Associate Professor Neurosurgery Jack Keene PhD James B Duke Professor Molecular Genetics Microbiology Mary Klotman MD Chair Department of Medicine Dwight Koeberl MD PhD Associate Professor Pediatrics Medical Genetics David Pickup PhD Associate Professor Molecular Genetics Microbiology Sallie Permar MD PhD Associate Professor Pediatrics Infectious

    Original URL path: http://mgm.duke.edu/virology/faculty/ (2014-06-13)
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