Postdoc Publications

If you have a recently published paper or one in press, please contact Dan Jay, Postdoctoral Officer, at daniel.jay@tufts.edu to share your accomplishments.

List of Recent Publications

February 2015

 

An B, Tang-Schomer MD, Huang W, He J, Jones JA, Lewis RV, Kaplan DL. 2015. Physical and biological regulation of neuron regenerative growth and network formation on recombinant dragline silks. Biomaterials 48: 137-146.

 Geisinger E, Isberg RR 2015. Antibiotic modulation of capsular exopolysaccharide and virulence in Acinetobacter baumannii. PLoS Pathog 11: e1004691.

Jackson FR, Ng FS, Sengupta S, You S, Huang Y. 2015. Glial cell regulation of rhythmic behavior. Methods Enzymol. 552: 45-73.

 Kainerstorfer JM, Sassaroli A, Tgavalekos KT, Fantini S. 2015. Cerebral autoregulation in the microvasculature measured with near-infrared spectroscopy. J Cereb Blood Flow Epub ahead of print.

Pai VP, Hernandez LL, Stull MA, Horseman ND. 2015. The Type 7 Serotonin Receptor, 5-HT 7, Is Essential in the Mammary Gland for Regulation of Mammary Epithelial Structure and Function. Biomed Res Int. 2015: 364746.

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January 2015

 

de Madrid BH, Greenberg L, Hatini V. 2015. RhoGAP68F controls transport of adhesion proteins in Rab4 endosomes to modulate epithelial morphogenesis of Drosophila leg discs. Dev Biol. Epub ahead of print.

Di Buduo CA, Wray LS, Tozzi L, Malara A, Chen Y, Ghezzi CE, Smoot D, Sfara C, Antonelli A, Spedden E, Bruni G, Staii C, De Marco L, Magnani M, Kaplan DL, Balduini A. 2015. Programmable 3D silk bone marrow niche for platelet generation ex vivo and modeling of megakaryopoiesis pathologies. Blood Epub ahead of print.

Liu L, Peritore C, Ginsberg J, Kayhan M, Donmez G. 2015. SIRT3 Attenuates MPTP-Induced Nigrostriatal Degeneration Via Enhancing Mitochondrial Antioxidant Capacity. Neurochem Res. Epub ahead of print.

Nakamura Y, Darnieder LM, Deeb TZ, Moss SJ. 2015. Regulation of GABAARs by phosphorylation. Adv Pharmacol. 72:97-146.

Reverri EJ, LaSalle CD, Franke AA, Steinberg FM. 2015. Soy provides modest benefits on endothelial function without affecting inflammatory biomarkers in adults at cardiometabolic risk. MNFR. 59(2): 323-33.

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