Blair B. Madison, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
Area:
globin gene switching, familial mediterranean fever, intestinal development
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Deborah L. Gumucio grad student 2005 University of Michigan
 (Tissue-specific transgenesis with the mouse Villin gene: Exploring intestinal organogenesis.)
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Liu Q, Zhong X, Madison BB, et al. (2015) Assessing Computational Steps for CLIP-Seq Data Analysis. Biomed Research International. 2015: 196082
Schnepp RW, Khurana P, Attiyeh EF, et al. (2015) A LIN28B-RAN-AURKA Signaling Network Promotes Neuroblastoma Tumorigenesis. Cancer Cell. 28: 599-609
Madison BB, Jeganathan AN, Mizuno R, et al. (2015) Let-7 Represses Carcinogenesis and a Stem Cell Phenotype in the Intestine via Regulation of Hmga2. Plos Genetics. 11: e1005408
Madison BB, Liu Q, Zhong X, et al. (2013) LIN28B promotes growth and tumorigenesis of the intestinal epithelium via Let-7. Genes & Development. 27: 2233-45
Ye Y, Madison B, Wu X, et al. (2012) A LIN28B polymorphism predicts for colon cancer survival Cancer Biology and Therapy. 13: 1390-1395
King CE, Wang L, Winograd R, et al. (2011) LIN28B fosters colon cancer migration, invasion and transformation through let-7-dependent and -independent mechanisms. Oncogene. 30: 4185-93
Zacharias WJ, Madison BB, Kretovich KE, et al. (2011) Hedgehog signaling controls homeostasis of adult intestinal smooth muscle. Developmental Biology. 355: 152-62
Madison BB, Nakagawa H. (2011) Delta force in intestinal crypts. Gastroenterology. 140: 1135-9
Zacharias WJ, Li X, Madison BB, et al. (2010) Hedgehog is an anti-inflammatory epithelial signal for the intestinal lamina propria. Gastroenterology. 138: 2368-77, 2377.e1-4
Kolterud A, Grosse AS, Zacharias WJ, et al. (2009) Paracrine Hedgehog signaling in stomach and intestine: new roles for hedgehog in gastrointestinal patterning. Gastroenterology. 137: 618-28
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