Publications - 2008

Since the BIDC's inception, we have contributed to over 120 peer-reviewed publications. If you have utilized BIDC resources (microscopes, analysis, expertise), please submit the publication to [email protected] to be included in our list.

  1. Allen, Christopher D C, and Jason G Cyster. 2008. “Follicular Dendritic Cell Networks of Primary Follicles and Germinal Centers: Phenotype and Function.” Seminars in Immunology 20 (1): 14–25. [doi:10.1016/j.smim.2007.12.001].
  2. Egeblad, M., A. J.  Ewald, H. A. Askautrud, B. E. Welm, M. Truitt, E. Bainbridge, G.  Peeters, M. Krummell & Z.  Werb (2008). Imaging stromal cell behavior in intact tumor microenvironments. Dis. Model. Mech. 1:155-167. PMID: 19048070; PMCID: [PMC2562195].
  3. Gardner, James M., Jason J. DeVoss, Rachel S. Friedman, David J. Wong, Ying X. Tan, Xuyu Zhou, Kellsey P. Johannes, et al. 2008. “Deletional Tolerance Mediated by Extrathymic Aire-Expressing Cells.” Science 321 (5890): 843–47. [doi:10.1126/science.1159407].
  4. Kouros-Mehr, H., S. K. Bechis, E.M. Slorach, L. E. Littlepage, M. Egeblad, A. J. Ewald, S.-Y. Pai, I-C. Ho & Z. Werb (2008). GATA-3 links tumor differentiation and dissemination in a luminal breast cancer model. Cancer Cell. 13:141-152. PMID: 18242514; PMCID: [PMC2262951].
  5. Pham, Trung H. M., Takaharu Okada, Mehrdad Matloubian, Charles G. Lo, and Jason G. Cyster. 2008. “S1P1 Receptor Signaling Overrides Retention Mediated by Gαi-Coupled Receptors to Promote T Cell Egress.” Immunity 28 (1): 122–33. [doi:10.1016/j.immuni.2007.11.017].
  6. Sabatos, Catherine A., Junsang Doh, Sumone Chakravarti, Rachel S. Friedman, Priya G. Pandurangi, Aaron J. Tooley, and Matthew F. Krummel. 2008. “A Synaptic Basis for Paracrine Interleukin-2 Signaling during Homotypic T Cell Interaction.” Immunity 29 (2): 238–48. [doi:10.1016/j.immuni.2008.05.017].
  7. Welm, B.E, G. J. P. Dijkgraaf, A. S. Bledau, A. L. Welm & Z. Werb (2008).  Lentiviral transduction of stem cells for genetic analysis of mammary development and breast cancer. Cell Stem Cell. 2:90-102. PMID: 18371425; PMCID: [PMC2276651].