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Rosandra N. Kaplan, M.D.

Selected Publications

1)  Zhang H, Maric I, Diprima MJ, Khan J, Orentas RJ, Kaplan RN, Mackall CL.
Fibrocytes represent a novel MDSC subset circulating in patients with metastatic cancer.
Blood. 122: 1105-13, 2013.
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2)  Chang Q, Bournazou E, Sansone P, Berishaj M, Gao SP, Daly L, Wels J, Theilen T, Granitto S, Zhang X, Cotari J, Alpaugh ML, de Stanchina E, Manova K, Li M, Bonafe M, Ceccarelli C, Taffurelli M, Santini D, Altan-Bonnet G, Kaplan R, Norton L, Nishimoto N, Huszar D, Lyden D, Bromberg J.
The IL-6/JAK/Stat3 Feed-Forward Loop Drives Tumorigenesis and Metastasis.
Neoplasia. 15: 848-62, 2013.
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3)  Peinado H, Aleckovic M, Lavotshkin S, Matei I, Costa-Silva B, Moreno-Bueno G, Hergueta-Redondo M, Williams C, Garcia-Santos G, Ghajar CM, Nitadori-Hoshino A, Hoffman C, Badal K, Garcia BA, Callahan MK, Yuan J, Martins VR, Skog J, Kaplan RN, Brady MS, Wolchok JD, Chapman PB, Kang Y, Bromberg J, Lyden D.
Melanoma exosomes educate bone marrow progenitor cells toward a pro-metastatic phenotype through MET.
Nature Med. 18: 883-91, 2012.
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4)  Acharya SS, Kaplan RN, Macdonald D, Fabiyi OT, DiMichele D, Lyden D.
Neoangiogenesis contributes to the development of hemophilic synovitis.
Blood. 117: 2484-93, 2011.
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5)  Chan AS, Jensen KK, Skokos D, Doty S, Lederman HK, Kaplan RN, Rafii S, Rivella S, Lyden D.
Id1 represses osteoclast-dependent transcription and affects bone formation and hematopoiesis.
PLoS ONE. 4: e7955, 2009.
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6)  Wels J, Kaplan RN, Rafii S, Lyden D.
Migratory neighbors and distant invaders: tumor-associated niche cells.
Genes Dev. 22: 559-74, 2008.
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7)  Kaplan RN, Psaila B, Lyden D.
Niche-to-niche migration of bone-marrow-derived cells.
Trends Mol Med. 13: 72-81, 2007.
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8)  Psaila B, Kaplan RN, Port ER, Lyden D.
Priming the 'soil' for breast cancer metastasis: the pre-metastatic niche.
Breast Dis. 26: 65-74, 2007.
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9)  Kaplan RN, Psaila B, Lyden D.
Bone marrow cells in the 'pre-metastatic niche': within bone and beyond.
Cancer Metastasis Rev. 25: 521-9, 2006.
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10)  Kaplan RN, Rafii S, Lyden D.
Preparing the "soil": the premetastatic niche.
Cancer Res. 66: 11089-93, 2006.
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11)  Kaplan RN, Riba RD, Zacharoulis S, Bramley AH, Vincent L, Costa C, MacDonald DD, Jin DK, Shido K, Kerns SA, Zhu Z, Hicklin D, Wu Y, Port JL, Altorki N, Port ER, Ruggero D, Shmelkov SV, Jensen KK, Rafii S, Lyden D.
VEGFR1-positive haematopoietic bone marrow progenitors initiate the pre-metastatic niche.
Nature. 438: 820-7, 2005.
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12)  Kaplan RN, Bussel JB.
Differential diagnosis and management of thrombocytopenia in childhood.
Pediatr. Clin. North Am. 51: 1109-40, xi, 2004.
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