Christina L. Stallings, Ph.D.

2005 Columbia University, New York, NY 
"Christina Stallings"


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Saul Silverstein grad student 2005 Columbia
 (Characterization of the varicella zoster virus ORF29p subcellular targeting mechanisms.)
Michael Glickman post-doc Washington University School of Medicine
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Feng S, McNehlan ME, Kinsella RL, et al. (2024) Autophagy promotes efficient T cell responses to restrict high-dose Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection in mice. Nature Microbiology. 9: 684-697
Naik SK, McNehlan ME, Mreyoud Y, et al. (2023) Type I IFN signaling in the absence of IRGM1 promotes replication in immune cells by suppressing T cell responses. Biorxiv : the Preprint Server For Biology
Kinsella RL, Kimmey JM, Smirnov A, et al. (2023) Autophagy prevents early proinflammatory responses and neutrophil recruitment during Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection without affecting pathogen burden in macrophages. Plos Biology. 21: e3002159
Rankin AN, Hendrix SV, Naik SK, et al. (2022) Exploring the Role of Low-Density Neutrophils During Infection. Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology. 12: 901590
Kinsella RL, Zhu DX, Harrison GA, et al. (2021) Perspectives and Advances in the Understanding of Tuberculosis. Annual Review of Pathology. 16: 377-408
Balce DR, Wang YT, McAllaster MR, et al. (2021) UFMylation inhibits the proinflammatory capacity of interferon-γ-activated macrophages. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 118
Kinsella RL, Stallings CL. (2020) A Flexible and Deadly Way to Control Salmonella Infection. Immunity. 53: 471-473
Wang YT, Zaitsev K, Lu Q, et al. (2020) Select autophagy genes maintain quiescence of tissue-resident macrophages and increase susceptibility to Listeria monocytogenes. Nature Microbiology
Stallings CL, Glickman MS. (2019) Editorial overview: Attrition warfare: host cell weapons against intracellular pathogens, and how the pathogens fight back. Current Opinion in Immunology
Feldman MF, Mayer Bridwell AE, Scott NE, et al. (2019) A promising bioconjugate vaccine against hypervirulent . Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
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