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Larissa Nitschke

TitleGraduate Student
InstitutionBaylor College of Medicine
DepartmentIntegrative Molecular and Biomedical Sciences
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    1. Suh J, Romano DM, Nitschke L, Herrick SP, DiMarzio BA, Dzhala V, Bae JS, Oram MK, Zheng Y, Hooli B, Mullin K, Gennarino VA, Wasco W, Schmahmann JD, Albers MW, Zoghbi HY, Tanzi RE. Loss of Ataxin-1 Potentiates Alzheimer's Pathogenesis by Elevating Cerebral BACE1 Transcription. Cell. 2019 08 22; 178(5):1159-1175.e17. PMID: 31442405.
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    2. Fakhouri WD, Metwalli K, Naji A, Bakhiet S, Quispe-Salcedo A, Nitschke L, Kousa YA, Schutte BC. Intercellular Genetic Interaction Between Irf6 and Twist1 during Craniofacial Development. Sci Rep. 2017 08 02; 7(1):7129. PMID: 28769044.
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    3. Lasagna-Reeves CA, de Haro M, Hao S, Park J, Rousseaux MW, Al-Ramahi I, Jafar-Nejad P, Vilanova-Velez L, See L, De Maio A, Nitschke L, Wu Z, Troncoso JC, Westbrook TF, Tang J, Botas J, Zoghbi HY. Reduction of Nuak1 Decreases Tau and Reverses Phenotypes in a Tauopathy Mouse Model. Neuron. 2016 Oct 19; 92(2):407-418. PMID: 27720485.
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    4. Lee J, Zhang T, Hwang I, Kim A, Nitschke L, Kim M, Scott JM, Kamimura Y, Lanier LL, Kim S. Epigenetic modification and antibody-dependent expansion of memory-like NK cells in human cytomegalovirus-infected individuals. Immunity. 2015 Mar 17; 42(3):431-42. PMID: 25786175.
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    5. Fakhouri WD, Rahimov F, Attanasio C, Kouwenhoven EN, Ferreira De Lima RL, Felix TM, Nitschke L, Huver D, Barrons J, Kousa YA, Leslie E, Pennacchio LA, Van Bokhoven H, Visel A, Zhou H, Murray JC, Schutte BC. An etiologic regulatory mutation in IRF6 with loss- and gain-of-function effects. Hum Mol Genet. 2014 May 15; 23(10):2711-20. PMID: 24442519.
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