Selected Publications 2018-03-20T11:29:03+00:00


A diverse virome in kidney transplant patients contains multiple viral subtypes with distinct polymorphisms
Rani A, Ranjan R, McGee HS, Metwally A, Hajjiri Z, Brennan DC, Finn PW, Perkins DL.; Sci Rep. 2016

Urinary microbiome of kidney transplant patients reveals dysbiosis with potential for antibiotic resistance.
Rani A, Ranjan R, McGee HS, Andropolis KE, Panchal DV, Hajjiri Z, Brennan DC, Finn PW, Perkins DL; Translational Research (2016).

WEVOTE: Weighted Voting Taxonomic Identification Method of Microbial Sequences
Metwally AA, Dai Y, Finn PW, Perkins DL.; PLoS One. 2016

Analysis of the microbiome: advantages of whole genome shotgun versus 16S amplicon sequencing
R Ranjan, A Rani, A Metwally, HS McGee, DL Perkins – Biochemical and biophysical research communications, 2016

Effect of the Obesity Epidemic on Kidney Transplantation: Obesity is Independent of Diabetes as a Risk Factor for Adverse Renal Transplant Outcomes
Kwan J, Hajjiri Z, Metwally A, Perkins DL, Finn PW.; PLoS One. 2016

An official American Thoracic Society/European Respiratory Society policy statement: disparities in respiratory health.
Schraufnagel DE, Blasi F, Kraft M, Gaga M, Finn PW, Rabe KF; ATS/ERS Committee on Disparities in Respiratory Health. Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 2013 Oct 1;188(7):865-71

Regulation of cytotoxic T lymphocyte antigen 4 by cyclic AMP.
Li J, Lin KW, Murray F, Nakajima T, Zhao Y, Perkins DLFinn PW.

T cell pathways involving CTLA4 contribute to a model of acute lung injury.
Nakajima T, Suarez CJ, Lin KW, Jen KY, Schnitzer JE, Makani SS, Parker N, Perkins DLFinn PW.

J Immunol. 2010 May 15;184(10):5835-41.

CDK4: Regulatory functions related to lymphocytes.
Nakajima T, McGee H, Finn PW.

Cell Cycle. 2011 May 15;10(10):1527.

Lung transplantation: infection, inflammation, and the microbiome.
Nakajima T, Palchevsky V, Perkins DL, Belperio JA, Finn PW.

Semin Immunopathol. 2011 Mar;33(2):135-56

Analysis of cytokine functions in graft rejection by gene expression profiles.
Liang Y, Christopher K, DeFina R, Cidado J, He H, Haley KJ, Finn PW, Perkins DL.

Transplantation. 2003 Dec 27;76(12):1749-58.

Systems biology approach to transplant tolerance: proof of concept experiments using RNA interference (RNAi) to knock down hub genes in Jurkat and HeLa cells in vitro.
Lwin WW, Park K, Wauson M, Gao Q, Finn PWPerkins D, Khanna A.

J Surg Res. 2012 Jul;176(1):e41-6.

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