Albee Messing

Comparative Biosciences University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
"Albee Messing"
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Nicholas K. Gonatas post-doc Penn
 (Mid 1970's)


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Jolien X. Connor grad student 2002 UW Madison (Neurotree)
Woosung Cho grad student 2008 UW Madison (Neurotree)
Paige L. Jany grad student 2013 UW Madison (Neurotree)
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Boyd MM, Litscher SJ, Seitz LL, et al. (2021) Pexidartinib treatment in Alexander disease model mice reduces macrophage numbers and increases glial fibrillary acidic protein levels, yet has minimal impact on other disease phenotypes. Journal of Neuroinflammation. 18: 67
Messing A, Brenner M. (2020) GFAP at 50. Asn Neuro. 12: 1759091420949680
Helman G, Takanohashi A, Hagemann TL, et al. (2020) Type II Alexander disease caused by splicing errors and aberrant overexpression of an uncharacterized GFAP isoform. Human Mutation
Messing A. (2019) Refining the concept of GFAP toxicity in Alexander disease. Journal of Neurodevelopmental Disorders. 11: 27
Jones JR, Kong L, Hanna MG, et al. (2018) Mutations in GFAP Disrupt the Distribution and Function of Organelles in Human Astrocytes. Cell Reports. 25: 947-958.e4
Brenner M, Messing A, Olsen ML. (2018) AP-1 and the injury response of the GFAP gene. Journal of Neuroscience Research
Wang L, Xia J, Li J, et al. (2018) Tissue and cellular rigidity and mechanosensitive signaling activation in Alexander disease. Nature Communications. 9: 1899
Messing A. (2018) Alexander disease. Handbook of Clinical Neurology. 148: 693-700
Hagemann TL, Powers B, Mazur C, et al. (2017) Antisense suppression of glial fibrillary acidic protein as a treatment for Alexander disease. Annals of Neurology
Lin NH, Messing A, Perng MD. (2017) Characterization of a panel of monoclonal antibodies recognizing specific epitopes on GFAP. Plos One. 12: e0180694
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