Amy S. Weinmann, Ph.D.

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2000 University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
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Stephen Todd Smale grad student 2000 UCLA (Chemistry Tree)
 (The contribution of chromatin to gene regulation in the immune system.)
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Hough KP, Chisolm DA, Weinmann AS. (2015) Transcriptional regulation of T cell metabolism. Molecular Immunology
Chisolm DA, Weinmann AS. (2015) TCR-Signaling Events in Cellular Metabolism and Specialization. Frontiers in Immunology. 6: 292
Oestreich KJ, Read KA, Gilbertson SE, et al. (2014) Bcl-6 directly represses the gene program of the glycolysis pathway. Nature Immunology. 15: 957-64
Weinmann AS. (2014) Roles for helper T cell lineage-specifying transcription factors in cellular specialization. Advances in Immunology. 124: 171-206
Weinmann AS. (2014) Regulatory mechanisms that control T-follicular helper and T-helper 1 cell flexibility. Immunology and Cell Biology. 92: 34-9
Smale ST, Plevy SE, Weinmann AS, et al. (2013) Toward an understanding of the gene-specific and global logic of inducible gene transcription. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia On Quantitative Biology. 78: 61-8
Buckingham KJ, McMillin MJ, Brassil MM, et al. (2013) Multiple mutant T alleles cause haploinsufficiency of Brachyury and short tails in Manx cats. Mammalian Genome : Official Journal of the International Mammalian Genome Society. 24: 400-8
Oestreich KJ, Weinmann AS. (2012) Master regulators or lineage-specifying? Changing views on CD4+ T cell transcription factors. Nature Reviews. Immunology. 12: 799-804
Oestreich KJ, Mohn SE, Weinmann AS. (2012) Molecular mechanisms that control the expression and activity of Bcl-6 in TH1 cells to regulate flexibility with a TFH-like gene profile. Nature Immunology. 13: 405-11
Oestreich KJ, Weinmann AS. (2012) Transcriptional mechanisms that regulate T helper 1 cell differentiation. Current Opinion in Immunology. 24: 191-5
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