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SHARADA MOKKAPATI

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InstitutionMD Anderson
DepartmentUrology
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    1. Plote D, Choi W, Mokkapati S, Sundi D, Ferguson JE, Duplisea J, Parker NR, Yla-Herttuala S, Committee SCB, McConkey D, Schluns KS, Dinney CP. Inhibition of urothelial carcinoma through targeted type I interferon-mediated immune activation. Oncoimmunology. 2019; 8(5):e1577125. PMID: 31069136.
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    2. Duplisea JJ, Mokkapati S, Plote D, Schluns KS, McConkey DJ, Yla-Herttuala S, Parker NR, Dinney CP. The development of interferon-based gene therapy for BCG unresponsive bladder cancer: from bench to bedside. World J Urol. 2018 Nov 11. PMID: 30415317.
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    3. Li R, Metcalfe MJ, Ferguson JE, Mokkapati S, Nogueras González GM, Dinney CP, Navai N, McConkey DJ, Sahai SK, Kamat AM. Effects of thiazolidinedione in patients with active bladder cancer. BJU Int. 2018 02; 121(2):244-251. PMID: 28872778.
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    4. Jinesh GG, Mokkapati S, Zhu K, Morales EE. Pim kinase isoforms: devils defending cancer cells from therapeutic and immune attacks. Apoptosis. 2016 11; 21(11):1203-1213. PMID: 27651368.
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    5. Huang L, Mokkapati S, Hu Q, Ruteshouser EC, Hicks MJ, Huff V. Nephron Progenitor But Not Stromal Progenitor Cells Give Rise to Wilms Tumors in Mouse Models with ß-Catenin Activation or Wt1 Ablation and Igf2 Upregulation. Neoplasia. 2016 Feb; 18(2):71-81. PMID: 26936393.
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    6. Mokkapati S, Niopek K, Huang L, Cunniff KJ, Ruteshouser EC, deCaestecker M, Finegold MJ, Huff V. ß-catenin activation in a novel liver progenitor cell type is sufficient to cause hepatocellular carcinoma and hepatoblastoma. Cancer Res. 2014 Aug 15; 74(16):4515-25. PMID: 24848510.
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    7. John S, Thiebach L, Frie C, Mokkapati S, Bechtel M, Nischt R, Rosser-Davies S, Paulsson M, Smyth N. Epidermal transglutaminase (TGase 3) is required for proper hair development, but not the formation of the epidermal barrier. PLoS One. 2012; 7(4):e34252. PMID: 22496784.
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    8. Mokkapati S, Bechtel M, Reibetanz M, Miosge N, Nischt R. Absence of the basement membrane component nidogen 2, but not of nidogen 1, results in increased lung metastasis in mice. J Histochem Cytochem. 2012 Apr; 60(4):280-9. PMID: 22260998.
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    9. Mokkapati S, Fleger-Weckmann A, Bechtel M, Koch M, Breitkreutz D, Mayer U, Smyth N, Nischt R. Basement membrane deposition of nidogen 1 but not nidogen 2 requires the nidogen binding module of the laminin gamma1 chain. J Biol Chem. 2011 Jan 21; 286(3):1911-8. PMID: 21084308.
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    10. Baranowsky A, Mokkapati S, Bechtel M, Krügel J, Miosge N, Wickenhauser C, Smyth N, Nischt R. Impaired wound healing in mice lacking the basement membrane protein nidogen 1. Matrix Biol. 2010 Jan; 29(1):15-21. PMID: 19766719.
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    11. Ho MS, Böse K, Mokkapati S, Nischt R, Smyth N. Nidogens-Extracellular matrix linker molecules. Microsc Res Tech. 2008 May; 71(5):387-95. PMID: 18219668.
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    12. Mokkapati S, Baranowsky A, Mirancea N, Smyth N, Breitkreutz D, Nischt R. Basement membranes in skin are differently affected by lack of nidogen 1 and 2. J Invest Dermatol. 2008 Sep; 128(9):2259-67. PMID: 18356808.
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    13. Nischt R, Schmidt C, Mirancea N, Baranowsky A, Mokkapati S, Smyth N, Woenne EC, Stark HJ, Boukamp P, Breitkreutz D. Lack of nidogen-1 and -2 prevents basement membrane assembly in skin-organotypic coculture. J Invest Dermatol. 2007 Mar; 127(3):545-54. PMID: 17008882.
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    14. Bader BL, Smyth N, Nedbal S, Miosge N, Baranowsky A, Mokkapati S, Murshed M, Nischt R. Compound genetic ablation of nidogen 1 and 2 causes basement membrane defects and perinatal lethality in mice. Mol Cell Biol. 2005 Aug; 25(15):6846-56. PMID: 16024816.
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    15. Nephron Progenitor But Not Stromal Progenitor Cells Give Rise to Wilms Tumors in Mouse Models with β-Catenin Activation or Wt1 Ablation and Igf2 Upregulation. Neoplasia (United States). 18:71-81.
    16. Pim kinase isoforms. Apoptosis. 21:1203-1213.
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