Virginia A. Pedicord, Ph.D.

2010 Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, NY, United States 
Immunology, Microbiology Biology
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James Patrick Allison grad student 2010 Weill Cornell Medical College
 (Characterization and modulation of memory CD8+ T cell peripheral tolerance.)
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Zhang ZJ, Pedicord VA, Peng T, et al. (2019) Site-specific acylation of a bacterial virulence regulator attenuates infection. Nature Chemical Biology
Soderholm AT, Pedicord VA. (2019) Intestinal epithelial cells: at the interface of the microbiota and mucosal immunity. Immunology
Kim B, Wang YC, Hespen CW, et al. (2019) secreted antigen A generates muropeptides to enhance host immunity and limit bacterial pathogenesis. Elife. 8
Kim B, Wang Y, Hespen CW, et al. (2019) Author response: Enterococcus faecium secreted antigen A generates muropeptides to enhance host immunity and limit bacterial pathogenesis Elife
Hoytema van Konijnenburg DP, Reis BS, Pedicord VA, et al. (2017) Intestinal Epithelial and Intraepithelial T Cell Crosstalk Mediates a Dynamic Response to Infection. Cell
Pedicord VA, Lockhart AAK, Rangan KJ, et al. (2016) Exploiting a host-commensal interaction to promote intestinal barrier function and enteric pathogen tolerance. Science Immunology. 1
Rangan KJ, Pedicord VA, Wang YC, et al. (2016) A secreted bacterial peptidoglycan hydrolase enhances tolerance to enteric pathogens. Science (New York, N.Y.). 353: 1434-1437
Loschko J, Schreiber HA, Rieke GJ, et al. (2016) Absence of MHC class II on cDCs results in microbial-dependent intestinal inflammation. The Journal of Experimental Medicine
Pedicord VA, Mucida D. (2015) "A Sledgehammer Breaks Glass but Forges Steel": Bacteria Adhesion Shapes Gut Immunity. Cell. 163: 273-4
Pedicord VA, Cross JR, Montalvo-Ortiz W, et al. (2015) Friends not foes: CTLA-4 blockade and mTOR inhibition cooperate during CD8+ T cell priming to promote memory formation and metabolic readiness. Journal of Immunology (Baltimore, Md. : 1950). 194: 2089-98
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