Rockefeller University

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New York, NY, United States (USA)

Publications in cooperation with FAU scientists

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Karaca, E., Weitzer, S., Pehlivan, D., Shiraishi, H., Gogakos, T., Hanada, T.,... Lupski, J.R. (2014). Human CLP1 mutations alter tRNA biogenesis, affecting both peripheral and central nervous system function. Cell, 157(3), 636-50.
Nimmerjahn, F., & Ravetch, J.V. (2012). Translating basic mechanisms of IgG effector activity into next generation cancer therapies. Cancer Immunity, 12, 13.
Nimmerjahn, F., & Ravetch, J.V. (2011). FcγRs in health and disease. Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology, 350, 105-25.
Nimmerjahn, F., & Ravetch, J.V. (2010). Antibody-mediated modulation of immune responses. Immunological Reviews, 236, 265-75.
Heidkamp, G., Neubert, K., Härtel, E., Nimmerjahn, F., Nussenzweig, M.C., & Dudziak, D. (2010). Efficient generation of a monoclonal antibody against the human C-type lectin receptor DCIR by targeting murine dendritic cells. Immunology letters, 132(1-2), 69-78.
Nimmerjahn, F., Lux, A., Albert, H., Woigk, M., Lehmann, C., Dudziak, D.,... Ravetch, J.V. (2010). FcγRIV deletion reveals its central role for IgG2a and IgG2b activity in vivo. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 107(45), 19396-401.
Nimmerjahn, F., & Ravetch, J.V. (2008). Anti-inflammatory actions of intravenous immunoglobulin. Annual Review of Immunology, 26, 513-33.
Nimmerjahn, F., & Ravetch, J.V. (2008). Fcgamma receptors as regulators of immune responses. Nature reviews. Immunology, 8(1), 34-47.
Albert, H., Collin, M., Dudziak, D., Ravetch, J.V., & Nimmerjahn, F. (2008). In vivo enzymatic modulation of IgG glycosylation inhibits autoimmune disease in an IgG subclass-dependent manner. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 105(39), 15005-9.
Nimmerjahn, F., & Ravetch, J.V. (2007). Fc-receptors as regulators of immunity. Advances in Immunology, 96, 179-204.
Bierhaus, A., Wolf, J., Andrassy, M., Rohleder, N., Humpert, P., Petrov, D.,... Nawroth, P. (2003). A mechanism converting psychosocial stress into mononuclear cell activation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 100(4), 1920-1925.
Kost, B., Bao, Y.-Q., & Chua, N.-H. (2002). Cytoskeleton and plant organogenesis. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences, 357(1422), 777-789.
Nakanomyo, I., Kost, B., Chua, N.-H., & Fukuda, H. (2002). Preferential and asymmetrical accumulation of a Rac small GTPase mRNA in differentiating xylem cells of Zinnia elegans. Plant and Cell Physiology, 43(12), 1484-1492.
Kost, B., & Chua, N.-H. (2002). The plant cytoskeleton: Vacuoles and cell walls make the difference. Cell, 108(1), 9-12.
Dong, C.-H., Xia, G.-X., Hong, Y., Ramachandran, S., Kost, B., & Chua, N.-H. (2001). ADF proteins are involved in the control of flowering and regulate F-actin organization, cell expansion, and organ growth in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell, 13(6), 1333-1346.
Dong, C.-H., Kost, B., Xia, G., & Chua, N.-H. (2001). Molecular identification and characterization of the Arabidopsis AtADF1, AtADF5 and AtADF6 genes. Plant Molecular Biology, 45(5), 517-527.
Bao, Y.-Q., Kost, B., & Chua, N.-H. (2001). Reduced expression of a-tubulin genes in Arabidopsis thaliana specifically affects root growth and morphology, root hair development and root gravitropism. Plant Journal, 28(2), 145-157.
Zuo, J., Niu, Q.-W., Nishizawa, N., Wu, Y., Kost, B., & Chua, N.-H. (2000). KORRIGAN, an arabidopsis endo-1,4-beta-glucanase, localizes to the cell plate by polarized targeting and is essential for cytokinesis. Plant Cell, 12(7), 1137-1152.
Kost, B., Spielhofer, P., Mathur, J., Dong, C.-H., & Chua, N.-H. (2000). Non-invasive F-actin visualization in living plant cells using a GFP mouse talin fusion protein. In C. J. Staiger, F. Baluška,D. Volkmann, P. W. Barlow (Eds.), Actin: a dynamic framework for multiple plant cell functions (pp. 637-659). Dordrecht: Springer Netherlands.
Klahre, U., Friederich, E., Kost, B., Louvard, D., & Chua, N.-H. (2000). Villin-like actin-binding proteins are expressed ubiquitously in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology, 122(1), 35-47.

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