Jonathan Reichner

Brown University, Providence, RI 
Immunology, Cell Biology
"Jonathan Reichner"


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Liz M. Lavigne grad student 2004 Brown
Brian W. LeBlanc grad student 2007 Brown
Courtni T. Newsome grad student 2010 Brown
Xian M. O'Brien grad student 2010 Brown
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Wilson ZS, Witt H, Hazlett L, et al. (2020) Context-Dependent Role of Vinculin in Neutrophil Adhesion, Motility and Trafficking. Scientific Reports. 10: 2142
Dickinson CM, LeBlanc BW, Edhi MM, et al. (2018) Leukadherin-1 ameliorates endothelial barrier damage mediated by neutrophils from critically ill patients. Journal of Intensive Care. 6: 19
Harman MW, Franck C, Reichner J. (2018) Four Dimensional Traction Measurements of Chemotactic Neutrophils in Hydrogels Biophysical Journal. 114: 324a
Johnson CM, O'Brien XM, Byrd AS, et al. (2016) Integrin Cross-Talk Regulates the Human Neutrophil Response to Fungal β-Glucan in the Context of the Extracellular Matrix: A Prominent Role for VLA3 in the Antifungal Response. Journal of Immunology (Baltimore, Md. : 1950)
O'Brien XM, Biron BM, Reichner JS. (2016) Consequences of extracellular trap formation in sepsis. Current Opinion in Hematology
O'Brien XM, Reichner JS. (2016) Neutrophil Integrins and Matrix Ligands and NET Release. Frontiers in Immunology. 7: 363
Biron BM, Chung CS, O'Brien XM, et al. (2016) Cl-Amidine Prevents Histone 3 Citrullination and Neutrophil Extracellular Trap Formation, and Improves Survival in a Murine Sepsis Model. Journal of Innate Immunity
Byrd AS, O'Brien XM, Laforce-Nesbitt SS, et al. (2015) NETosis in Neonates: Evidence of a Reactive Oxygen Species-Independent Pathway in Response to Fungal Challenge. The Journal of Infectious Diseases
Loosley AJ, O'Brien XM, Reichner JS, et al. (2015) Describing directional cell migration with a characteristic directionality time. Plos One. 10: e0127425
Magruder HT, Quinn JA, Schwartzbauer JE, et al. (2014) The G protein-coupled estrogen receptor-1, GPER-1, promotes fibrillogenesis via a Shc-dependent pathway resulting in anchorage-independent growth. Hormones & Cancer. 5: 390-404
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