Mark T. Preissler, Ph.D.

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2004 Albany Medical College of Union University 
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Immunology
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Edmund J. Gosselin grad student 2004 Albany Medical College of Union University
 (Utilization of receptors for IgG for the inhibition and elimination of antigen-specific B lymphocytes.)
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Adamova E, Walsh MC, Gosselin DR, et al. (2005) Enhanced antigen-specific antibody and cytokine responses when targeting antigen to human FcGAMMA receptor type I using an anti-human FcGAMMA receptor type I-streptavidin fusion protein in an adjuvant-free system. Immunological Investigations. 34: 417-29
Preissler MT, Kaiser L, Drake JR, et al. (2005) Low-level signaling generated by FcgammaRIIB-B cell receptor co-ligation establishes a state of global B cell receptor nonresponsiveness. Immunological Investigations. 34: 53-70
Preissler MT, Walsh MC, Banas JA, et al. (2003) Generation of a human IgG3-streptavidin fusion protein. Implications for the inhibition and elimination of auto-reactive B cells. Human Antibodies. 12: 77-92
Jordan RA, Preissler MT, Banas JA, et al. (2003) Production of genetically engineered biotinylated interleukin-2 and its application in a rapid nonradioactive assay for T-cell activation. Clinical and Diagnostic Laboratory Immunology. 10: 339-44
Walsh MC, Banas JA, Mudzinski SP, et al. (2003) A two-component modular approach for enhancing T-cell activation utilizing a unique anti-FcgammaRI-streptavidin construct and microspheres coated with biotinylated-antigen. Biomolecular Engineering. 20: 21-33
Plitnick LM, Jordan RA, Banas JA, et al. (2001) Lipoteichoic acid inhibits interleukin-2 (IL-2) function by direct binding to IL-2. Clinical and Diagnostic Laboratory Immunology. 8: 972-9
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