Natalie M. Kofler, Ph.D.
|2013||Cellular, Molecular and Biomedical Studies||Columbia University, New York, NY|
Area:Human Development, Cell Biology, Molecular Biology
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|Kofler NM, Cuervo H, Uh MK, et al. (2015) Combined deficiency of Notch1 and Notch3 causes pericyte dysfunction, models CADASIL, and results in arteriovenous malformations. Scientific Reports. 5: 16449|
|Kangsamaksin T, Murtomaki A, Kofler NM, et al. (2015) NOTCH decoys that selectively block DLL/NOTCH or JAG/NOTCH disrupt angiogenesis by unique mechanisms to inhibit tumor growth. Cancer Discovery. 5: 182-97|
|Poulos MG, Guo P, Kofler NM, et al. (2013) Endothelial Jagged-1 is necessary for homeostatic and regenerative hematopoiesis. Cell Reports. 4: 1022-34|
|Kofler NM, Shawber CJ, Kangsamaksin T, et al. (2011) Notch signaling in developmental and tumor angiogenesis. Genes & Cancer. 2: 1106-16|
|Outtz HH, Tattersall IW, Kofler NM, et al. (2011) Notch1 controls macrophage recruitment and Notch signaling is activated at sites of endothelial cell anastomosis during retinal angiogenesis in mice. Blood. 118: 3436-9|