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Gretchen Diehl: Publications

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Kim M., Hill A.A., Wu W-J., Diehl G.E., 2019. Intestinal microbes direct CX3CR1+ cells to balance intestinal immunity. Gut Microbes. 10: 540-546. doi: 10.1080/19490976.2018.1559683

Yuan X., Chang C-Y., You R., Shan M., Gu B-H., Madison M., Diehl, G.E., Perusich S., Song L-Z., Cornwell L., Rossen R., Wetsel R.A., Rajapakshe K., Coarfa C., Eltzschig H.K., Corry D., Kheradmand K., 2019. Cigarette smoke-induced reduction of C1q promotes emphysema. JCI Insight. 5. pii:124317. PMCID: PMC6629245.

Kim M., Gu B., Maddison M.C., Song H., Norwood K., Hill A.A., Wu W-J, Corry D., Kheradmand F., Diehl G.E., 2019. Cigarette Smoke Induces Intestinal Inflammation via a Th17 cell-Neutrophil Axis. Frontiers in Immunology. PMCID: PMC6361762.

Castellanos J.G., Woo V., Viladomiu M., Perez A.R., Putzel G., Lima S., Diehl G.E., Marderstein A., Gandara J., Perez A.R., Withers D.R., Targan S.R., Shih D.Q., Scherl E.J., Longman R.S., 2018.  Microbiota-induced TNF-like Ligand 1A drives group 3 innate lymphoid cell-mediated barrier protection and intestinal T cell activation during colitis. Immunity. 49:1077-1089.e5.

Kim M., Galan C., Hill A.A., Wu W-J., Felhner-Peach H., Song H., Schady D., Bettini M.L., Simpson K.W., Longman R.S., Littman D.R., Diehl G.E., 2018. Critical role for the microbiota in CX3CR1+ intestinal mononuclear phagocyte regulation of intestinal T cell responses. Immunity. 49:151-163

You R., DeMayo F.J., Liu J., Cho S.N., Burt B.M., Creighton C.J., Casal R.F., Lazarus D.R., Lu W., Tung H.Y., Yuan X., Hill-McAlester A., Kim M., Perusich S., Cornwell L., Rosen D., Song L.Z., Paust S., Diehl G., Corry D., Kheradmand F., 2018. IL17A Regulates Tumor Latency and Metastasis in Lung Adeno and Squamous SQ.2b and AD.1 Cancer. Cancer Immunol Res. 6:645-657.

Hong M.J., Gu B.H., Madison M., Landers C., Tung H.Y., Kim M., Yuan X., You R., MacHado A.A., Gilbert B.E., Soroosh P., Elloso M., Song L., Chen M., Corry D.B., Diehl G.E.#, Kheradmand F.#, 2017.  Protective Role of gd T Cells in Cigarette Smoke and Influenza Infection. Mucosal Immunology.

  • #co-corresponding author.

Viladomiu M., Kivolowitz C., Abdulhamid A., Dogan B., Victorio D., Castellanos J.G., Woo V., Teng F., Tran N.L., Sczesnak A., Chai C., Kim M., Diehl G.E., Ajami N.J., Petrosino J.F., Zhou X.K., Schwartzman S., Mandl L.A., Abramowitz M., Jacob V., Bosworth B., Steinlauf A., Scherl E.J., Wu H.J., Simpson K.W., Longman R.S., 2017. “IgA-coated E. coli enriched in Crohn’s disease spondyloarthritis promote TH17-dependent inflammation.” Science Translational Medicine, 9: eaaf9655.

Longman R.S.*, Diehl G.E.*, Victorio D.A., Huh J.R., Galan C., Miraldi E.R., Swaminath A., Bonneau R., Scherl E.J., Littman D.R., 2014. “CX3CR1+ mononuclear phagocytes support colitis-associated innate lymphoid cell production of IL-22.” Journal of Experimental Medicine, 211: 1571-83.

  • *These authors contributed equally to the work.

Derebe M.G., Zlatkov C.M., Gattu S., Ruhn K.A., Vaishnava S., Diehl, G.E., MacMillan J.B., Williams N.S., Hooper L.V., 2014. “Serum amyloid A is a retinol binding protein that transports retinol during bacterial infection.” eLife, 3:e03206.

Diehl G.E.#, Longman R.S., Zhang J-X., Breart B., Galan C., Cuesta A., Schwab S.R., Littman D.R., 2013. “Microbiota Restrict Trafficking of Bacteria to Mesenteric Lymph Nodes by CX3CR1hi Cells.” Nature, 494: 116-20.

  • #Corresponding Author.

Longman R.S., Yang Y., Diehl G.E., Kim S.V., Littman D.R., 2013. “Microbiota: Host Interactions in Mucosal Homeostasis and Systemic Autoimmunity.” Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, 78: 193-201.

Kinnebrew M., Buffie C., Diehl G.E., Zenewicz L.A., Leiner I., Hohl T.M., Flavell R.A., Littman D.R., Pamer E.G., 2012. “Interleukin 23 production by intestinal CD103+CD11b+ dendritic cells in response to bacterial flagellin enhances mucosal innate immune defense.” Immunity, 36: 276-87.

Osborn S.L., Diehl G., Han S.J., Xue L., Kurd N., Hsieh K., Cado D., Robey E.A., Winoto A., 2010. “Fas-associated death domain (FADD) is a negative regulator of T-cell receptor-mediated necroptosis.” Proc Natl Acad Sci,107: 13034-9.

Valdez Y., Diehl G.E., Vallance B.A., Grassl G.A., Guttman J.A., Brown N.F., Rosenberger C.M., Littman, D.R. Gros, P. Finlay B.B., 2008. “Nramp1 expression by dendritic cells modulates inflammatory responses during Salmonella Typhimurium infection.” Cellular Microbiology,10: 1646-61.

Zhang, J-X, Diehl G.E., Littman D.R., 2008. “Relief of preintegration inhibition and characterization of additional blocks for HIV replication in primary mouse T cells.” PLOS One, 3: e2035.

Ivanov I.I., Diehl G.E., Littman D.R., 2006. Lymphoid tissue inducer cells in intestinal immunity. Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology, 308: 59-82.

Yue H.H.*, Diehl G.E.*, Winoto A., 2005. “Loss of TRAIL-R does not affect thymic or intestinal tumor development in p53and adenomatous polyposis coli mutant mice.” Cell Death and Differentiation, 12: 94-97.

  • *These authors contributed equally to the work.

Diehl G.E.*, Yue H.H.*, Hsieh K., Kuang A.A., Ho M., Morici L.A., Lenz L.L., Cado D., Riley L.W., Winoto A., 2004. “TRAIL-R as a negative regulator of innate immune cell responses.” Immunity, 21: 877-9.

  • *These authors contributed equally to the work.