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AMY N. COURTNEY

TitleInstructor
InstitutionBaylor College of Medicine
DepartmentDepartment of Pediatrics
DivisionPediatrics-Oncology
AddressDepartment of Pediatrics - Oncology
1102 Bates St., C1750
Houston TX 77030
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    1. Tian G, Courtney AN, Jena B, Heczey A, Liu D, Marinova E, Guo L, Xu X, Torikai H, Mo Q, Dotti G, Cooper LJ, Metelitsa LS. CD62L+ NKT cells have prolonged persistence and antitumor activity in vivo. J Clin Invest. 2016 May 16. PMID: 27183388.
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    2. Xu X, Hegazy WA, Guo L, Gao X, Courtney AN, Kurbanov S, Liu D, Tian G, Manuel ER, Diamond DJ, Hensel M, Metelitsa LS. Effective cancer vaccine platform based on attenuated salmonella and a type III secretion system. Cancer Res. 2014 Nov 1; 74(21):6260-70. PMID: 25213323; PMCID: PMC4216746.
    3. Heczey A, Liu D, Tian G, Courtney AN, Wei J, Marinova E, Gao X, Guo L, Yvon E, Hicks J, Liu H, Dotti G, Metelitsa LS. Invariant NKT cells with chimeric antigen receptor provide a novel platform for safe and effective cancer immunotherapy. Blood. 2014 Oct 30; 124(18):2824-33. PMID: 25049283; PMCID: PMC4215313.
    4. Hsu DM, Agarwal S, Benham A, Coarfa C, Trahan DN, Chen Z, Stowers PN, Courtney AN, Lakoma A, Barbieri E, Metelitsa LS, Gunaratne P, Kim ES, Shohet JM. G-CSF receptor positive neuroblastoma subpopulations are enriched in chemotherapy-resistant or relapsed tumors and are highly tumorigenic. Cancer Res. 2013 Jul 1; 73(13):4134-46. PMID: 23687340; PMCID: PMC4298227.
    5. Liu Z, Courtney AN, Metelitsa LS, Bittman R. C-Glycosphingolipids with an exo-methylene substituent: stereocontrolled synthesis and immunostimulation of mouse and human natural killer T lymphocytes. Chembiochem. 2012 Aug 13; 13(12):1733-7. PMID: 22782839; PMCID: PMC3438909.
    6. Liu D, Song L, Wei J, Courtney AN, Gao X, Marinova E, Guo L, Heczey A, Asgharzadeh S, Kim E, Dotti G, Metelitsa LS. IL-15 protects NKT cells from inhibition by tumor-associated macrophages and enhances antimetastatic activity. J Clin Invest. 2012 Jun; 122(6):2221-33. PMID: 22565311; PMCID: PMC3366399.
    7. Courtney AN, Thapa P, Singh S, Wishahy AM, Zhou D, Sastry J. Intranasal but not intravenous delivery of the adjuvant ?-galactosylceramide permits repeated stimulation of natural killer T cells in the lung. Eur J Immunol. 2011 Nov; 41(11):3312-22. PMID: 21818755; PMCID: PMC3568446.
    8. He H, Courtney AN, Wieder E, Sastry KJ. Multicolor flow cytometry analyses of cellular immune response in rhesus macaques. J Vis Exp. 2010; (38). PMID: 20414189; PMCID: PMC3164082.
    9. Fontenot D, He H, Hanabuchi S, Nehete PN, Zhang M, Chang M, Nehete B, Wang YH, Wang YH, Ma ZM, Lee HC, Ziegler SF, Courtney AN, Miller CJ, Sun SC, Liu YJ, Sastry KJ. TSLP production by epithelial cells exposed to immunodeficiency virus triggers DC-mediated mucosal infection of CD4+ T cells. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2009 Sep 29; 106(39):16776-81. PMID: 19805372; PMCID: PMC2757857.
    10. Thapa P, Zhang G, Xia C, Gelbard A, Overwijk WW, Liu C, Hwu P, Chang DZ, Courtney A, Sastry JK, Wang PG, Li C, Zhou D. Nanoparticle formulated alpha-galactosylceramide activates NKT cells without inducing anergy. Vaccine. 2009 May 26; 27(25-26):3484-8. PMID: 19200815.
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    11. Courtney AN, Nehete PN, Nehete BP, Thapa P, Zhou D, Sastry KJ. Alpha-galactosylceramide is an effective mucosal adjuvant for repeated intranasal or oral delivery of HIV peptide antigens. Vaccine. 2009 May 26; 27(25-26):3335-41. PMID: 19200849.
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    12. Manuri PR, Nehete B, Nehete PN, Reisenauer R, Wardell S, Courtney AN, Gambhira R, Lomada D, Chopra AK, Sastry KJ. Intranasal immunization with synthetic peptides corresponding to the E6 and E7 oncoproteins of human papillomavirus type 16 induces systemic and mucosal cellular immune responses and tumor protection. Vaccine. 2007 Apr 30; 25(17):3302-10. PMID: 17291642; PMCID: PMC2043498.
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