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Francis A. Flomerfelt, Ph.D.

Selected Publications

1)  El-Kassar N, Flomerfelt FA, Choudhury B, Hugar LA, Chua KS, Kapoor V, Lucas PJ, Gress RE.
High levels of IL-7 cause dysregulation of thymocyte development.
Int. Immunol. 24: 661-71, 2012.
2)  Memon SA, Sportès C, Flomerfelt FA, Gress RE, Hakim FT.
Quantitative analysis of T cell receptor diversity in clinical samples of human peripheral blood.
J. Immunol. Methods. 375: 84-92, 2012.
3)  Amarnath S, Flomerfelt FA, Costanzo CM, Foley JE, Mariotti J, Konecki DM, Gangopadhyay A, Eckhaus M, Wong S, Levine BL, June CH, Fowler DH.
Rapamycin generates anti-apoptotic human Th1/Tc1 cells via autophagy for induction of xenogeneic GVHD.
Autophagy. 6, 2010.
4)  Flomerfelt FA, El Kassar N, Gurunathan C, Chua KS, League SC, Schmitz S, Gershon TR, Kapoor V, Yan XY, Schwartz RH, Gress RE.
Tbata modulates thymic stromal cell proliferation and thymus function.
J. Exp. Med. 207: 2521-32, 2010.
5)  Hakim FT, Flomerfelt FA, Boyiadzis M, Gress RE.
Aging, immunity and cancer.
Curr. Opin. Immunol. 16: 151-6, 2004.
6)  Kim MG, Flomerfelt FA, Lee KN, Chen C, Schwartz RH.
A putative 12 transmembrane domain cotransporter expressed in thymic cortical epithelial cells.
J. Immunol. 164: 3185-92, 2000.
7)  Chen C, Kim MG, Soo Lyu M, Kozak CA, Schwartz RH, Flomerfelt FA.
Characterization of the mouse gene, human promoter and human cDNA of TSCOT reveals strong interspecies homology.
Biochim. Biophys. Acta. 1493: 159-69, 2000.
8)  Flomerfelt FA, Kim MG, Schwartz RH.
Spatial, a gene expressed in thymic stromal cells, depends on three-dimensional thymus organization for its expression.
Genes Immun. 1: 391-401, 2000.
9)  Kim MG, Chen C, Flomerfelt FA, Germain RN, Schwartz RH.
A subtractive PCR-based cDNA library made from fetal thymic stromal cells.
J. Immunol. Methods. 213: 169-82, 1998.
10)  Gordon DA, Chamberlain NL, Flomerfelt FA, Miesfeld RL.
A cell-specific and selective effect on transactivation by the androgen receptor.
Exp. Cell Res. 217: 368-77, 1995.
11)  Flomerfelt FA, Miesfeld RL.
Recessive mutations in a common pathway block thymocyte apoptosis induced by multiple signals.
J. Cell Biol. 127: 1729-42, 1994.
12)  Flomerfelt FA, Briehl MM, Dowd DR, Dieken ES, Miesfeld RL.
Elevated glutathione S-transferase gene expression is an early event during steroid-induced lymphocyte apoptosis.
J. Cell. Physiol. 154: 573-81, 1993.
13)  Briehl MM, Flomerfelt FA, Wu XP, Miesfeld RL.
Transcriptional analyses of steroid-regulated gene networks.
Mol. Endocrinol. 4: 287-94, 1990.
14)  Enger MD, Flomerfelt FA, Wall PL, Jenkins PS.
Cadmium produces a delayed mitogenic response and modulates the EGF response in quiescent NRK cells.
Cell Biol. Toxicol. 3: 407-16, 1987.
15)  Knight DM, Flomerfelt FA, Ghrayeb J.
Expression of the art/trs protein of HIV and study of its role in viral envelope synthesis.
Science. 236: 837-40, 1987.
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