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T cell calcium signaling regulation by the CD5 co-receptor
 
Freitas CMT, Johnson DK, and Weber KS. (2018) International Journal of Molecular Science. 19(5), 1295; doi: 10.3390/ijms19051295

 
 
 
Expression of membrane thymidine kinase 1 and potential clinical relevance in lung, breast, and colorectal malignancies
Weagel EG, Burrup W, Kovtun R, Velazquez EJ, Townsend MH, Ence ZE, Piccolo SR, Weber KS, Robison RA, and O’Neill KL. (2018) Cancer Cell International.
 
 
 
Personal microbiome analysis increases engagement & interest in Immunology, Genomics, & Molecular Biology undergrad courses
   Weber KS, Bridgewater LC, Jensen JL, Breakwell D, Nielsen B, and Johnson SM. (2018) PLoS ONE. 13(4); e0193696. https//doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0193696

 
 
 
Using Backward Design in Education Research
Jensen J, Bailey E, Kummer T, and Weber KS. (2017) Journal of Microbiology and Biological Education. December 201718(3): DOI: https://doi.org/10.1128/jmbe.v18i3.1367
 
 
 
Biomarker analysis and clinical relevance of TK1 on the cell membrane of Burkitt's lymphoma and acute lymphoblastic leukemia
  Weagel EG, Meng W, Townsend MH, Velazquez EJ, Brog RA, Boyer MW, Weber KS, Robison RA, and O'Neill KL (2017) OncoTargets and Therapy. September 6, 2017. 10:4355-4367

 
 
 
Naive T helper cell with high CD5 levels has improved calcium mobilization
  Freitas CMT, Hamblin GJ, Raymond CM, and Weber KS (2017) PLoS ONE. 12(5): e0178799

 
 
 
Method to Increase Undergraduate Laboratory Student Confidence in Performing Independent Research
Kempton CE, Weber KS, and Johnson SM (2017)
Journal of Microbiology & Biology Education. April 21, 2017 18(1) DOI: https://doi.org/10.1128/jmbe.v18i1.1230

 
 
 
Non-small-cell lung cancer cell lines A549 and NCI-H460 express hypoxanthine guanine
Townsend MH, Anderson MD, Weagel EG, Velazquez EJ, Weber KS, Robison RA, and O'Neill KL (2017) OncoTargets and Therapy. Mar 30, 2017. 10:1921-1932 doi: 10.2147/OTT.S128416
 
 
 

Evaluation of indoor dust endotoxin levels in homes with evaporative coolers compared to homes using central air conditioners in a semi-arid climate
Johnston JD, Kruman BA, Nelson MC, Merrill RM, Graul RJ, Hoyberg TG, Tuttle SC, Myers S, Cook RB, Weber KS (2017) Indoor Air. Jan 31, 2017 doi:10.1111/ina.12369

 
 
 

Dust mite allergens in low-income homes with evaporative coolers in a semi-arid climate
Johnston JD, Barney T, Crandall J, Brown M, Westover T, Paulson S, Smith M, and Weber KS.

(2017)
Archives of Environmental and Occupational Health
. Jan 18:0. doi: 10.1080/19338244.2017.1282846

 
 
 
Evaporative Cooler Use Influences Temporal Indoor Relative Humidity but Not Dust Mite Allergen Levels in Homes in a Semi-Arid Climate
Johnston JD, Tuttle SC, Nelson MC, Bradshaw RK, Hoybjerg TG, Johnson JB, Kruman BA, Orton TS, Cook RB, Eggett DL, Weber KS (2016) PLoS ONE. 11(1): e0147105. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0147105

 
 
 
Pharmacologic immunosuppression of mononuclear phagocyte phagocytosis by caffeine
Steck R, Hill S, Weigel E, Weber KS, Robison R, O’Neill K. (2015)
Pharmacology Research & Perspectives. 3(6), e00180, doi: 10.1002/prp2.180
 
 
 
Targeted Mutation of Nuclear Bone Morphogenetic Protein 2 Impairs Secondary Immune Response in a Mouse Model
Olsen DS, Goar WA, Nichols BA, Bailey KT, Christensen SL, Merriam KR, Reynolds PR, Wilson E, Weber KS, and Bridgewater LC​. (2015) BioMed Research International. Volume 2015, Article ID 975789

 
 
 
Anticipation of Personal Genomics Data Enhances Interest and Learning Environment in Genomics and Molecular Biology Undergraduate Classrooms
Weber KS, Jensen JL, and Johnson SM. (2015) PLoS ONE. 10(8)e0133486
 
 
 
Intrinsic CD4+ T cell sensitivity and response to a pathogen are set and sustained by avidity for thymic and peripheral complexes of self peptide and MHC
Persuad SP, Parker CR, Lo WL, Weber KS, and Allen PM. (2014) Nature Immunology. 15(3):266-274


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Subtle changes in TCRa CDR1 profoundly increases the sensitivity of CD4 T cells
Lynch JN, Donermeyer DL, Weber KS, Kranz DM, and Allen PM. (2013) Molecular Immunology. 53(3):283-294.
 
 
 
Dynamics of CD4+ T cell responses against Listeria monocytogenes
Graw F, Weber KS, Allen PM and Perelson AS. (2012) Journal of Immunology. 189(11):5250-5256.
 
 
 
Distinct CD4+ helper T cells involved in primary and secondary responses to infection
Weber KS, Li QJ, Persaud SP, Campbell JD, Davis MD, and Allen PM. (2012)  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. U S A . 109(24):9511-9516  Faculty of 1000 recommended.

 
 
 
Trpm4 differentially regulates Th1 and Th2 function by altering calcium signaling and NFAT localization
Weber KS
, Hildner K, Murphy KM, and Allen PM. (2010) Journal of Immunology. 185(5):2836-46
 
 
 
High-affinity T cell receptor differentiates cognate peptide-MHC and altered peptide ligands with distinct kinetics and thermodynamics
Persaud SP, Donermeyer DL, Weber KS, Kranz DM, and Allen PM. (2010)  Molecular Immunology. 47(9):1793-801.
 
 
 
Protein kinase C-theta is required for efficient positive selection
Morley, SC, Weber KS, Kao H, and Allen PM. (2008) Journal of Immunology. 181(7):4696-4708.
 
 
 

Th17 cells exhibit a distinct calcium profile from Th1 and Th2 cells and have Th1-like motility and NFAT nuclear localization
Weber KS, Miller MJ, and Allen PM. (2008) Journal of Immunology. 180(3):1442-1450.
 
 
 
The study of high affinity TCRs reveals duality in T cell recognition of antigen: specificity and degeneracy
Donermeyer DL*, Weber KS*, Kranz DM, and Allen PM. (2006) Journal of Immunology. 177(10):6911-6919. (*co-authors).
 
 
 
Development of a novel strategy for engineering high-affinity proteins by yeast display
Richman SA, Healan SJ, Weber KS, Donermeyer DL, Dossett ML, Greenberg PD, Allen PM, and Kranz DM. (2006) Protein Engineering, Design, and Selection. 19(6):255-264.
 
 
 
Class II-restricted T cell receptor engineered in vitro for higher affinity retains peptide specificity and function
Weber KS, Donermeyer DL, Allen PM, and Kranz DM. (2005)  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 102(52):19033-19038.
 
 
 
Neurobehavioral effects of dietary soy phytoestrogens
Lephart ED, West TW, Weber KS, Rhees RW, Setchell, KD, Adlercreutz H, and Lund TD.  (2002) Neurotoxicology and Teratology. 24(1), 5-16.
 
 
 
Genetic control of susceptibility to experimental Lyme arthritis is polygenic and exhibits consistent linkage to multiple loci on chromosome 5 in four independent mouse crosses
Roper RJ, Weis JJ, McCracken BA, Green CB, Ma Y, Weber KS, Fairbairn D, Butterfield RJ, Potter MR, Zachary JF, Doerge RW and Teuscher C. (2001) Genes and Immunity. 2 (7), 388-397.
 
 
 
Dietary soy-phytoestrogens decrease testosterone levels and prostate weight, without altering LH, prostate 5a-reductase or testicular StAR levels in adult male Sprague-Dawley rats
Weber KS, Setchell KD, Stocco DM and Lephart ED. (2001) Journal of Endocrinology. 170(3), 591-599.
 
 
 
Maternal and perinatal brain aromatase: Effects of dietary soy phytoestrogens
Weber KS, Setchell KD and Lephart ED. (2001) Developmental Brain Research. 126(2), 217-221.
 
 
 
Neuroendocrine regulation of sexually dimorphic brain structure and associated sexual behavior in male rats is genetically controlled
Lephart ED, Call SB, Rhees RW, Jacobson NA, Weber KS, Bledsoe J and Teuscher C. (2001) Biology of Reproduction. 64(2), 571-578.
 
 
 
Phytoestrogens decrease brain calcium‑binding proteins but do not alter hypothalamic androgen metabolizing enzymes in adult male rats
Lephart ED, Thompson JM, Setchell KD, Adlercreutz H and Weber KS. (2000) Brain Research. 859(1), 123-131.
 
 
 
Brain aromatase and 5 alpha‑reductase, regulatory behaviors and testosterone levels in adult rats on phytoestrogen diets
Weber KS, Jacobson NA, Setchell KD and Lephart ED. (1999) Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. 221(2), 131-135.
 
 


Book Chapters
Engineering High-Affinity T Cell Receptor/ Cytokine Fusions for Therapeutic Targeting
Stone JD, Yin Y, Mo M, Weber KS, Donermeyer DL, Allen PM, Mariuzza RA, and Kranz DM. (2012). Protein Engineering, ISBN: 978-953-51-0037-9, InTech.