- Hospital time prior to death and pancreas histopathology: implications for future studies. Kusmartseva I, Beery M, Philips T, Selman S, Jadhav P, Wasserfall C, Muller A, Pugliese A, Longmate JA, Schatz DA, Atkinson MA, Kaddis JS. Diabetologia. 2018 Apr;61(4):954-958
- Intestinal Enteroendocrine Lineage Cells Possess Homeostatic and Injury-Inducible Stem Cell Activity. Yan KS, Gevaert O, Zheng GXY, Anchang B, Probert CS, Larkin KA, Davies PS, Cheng ZF, Kaddis JS, Han A, Roelf K, Calderon RI, Cynn E, Hu X, Mandleywala K, Wilhelmy J, Grimes SM, Corney DC, Boutet SC, Terry JM, Belgrader P, Ziraldo SB, Mikkelsen TS, Wang F, von Furstenberg RJ, Smith NR, Chandrakesan P, May R, Chrissy MAS, Jain R, Cartwright CA, Niland JC, Hong YK, Carrington J, Breault DT, Epstein J, Houchen CW, Lynch JP, Martin MG, Plevritis SK, Curtis C, Ji HP, Li L, Henning SJ, Wong MH, Kuo CJ. Cell Stem Cell. 2017 Jul 6;21(1):78-90.e6.
- Factors That Influence the Quality of RNA From the Pancreas of Organ Donors. Philips T, Kusmartseva I, Gerling IC, Campbell-Thompson M, Wasserfall C, Pugliese A, Longmate JA, Schatz DA, Atkinson MA, Kaddis JS. Pancreas. 2017 Feb;46(2):252-259.
- Tissue distribution and clonal diversity of the T and B cell repertoire in type 1 diabetes. Seay HR, Yusko E, Rothweiler SJ, Zhang L, Posgai AL, Campbell-Thompson M, Vignali M, Emerson RO, Kaddis JS, Ko D, Nakayama M, Smith MJ, Cambier JC, Pugliese A, Atkinson MA, Robins HS, Brusko TM. JCI Insight. 2016 Dec 8;1(20):e88242.
- Islet cell hyperexpression of HLA class I antigens: a defining feature in type 1 diabetes. Richardson SJ, Rodriguez-Calvo T, Gerling IC, Mathews CE, Kaddis JS, Russell MA, Zeissler M, Leete P, Krogvold L, Dahl-Jørgensen K, von Herrath M, Pugliese A, Atkinson MA, Morgan NG. Diabetologia. 2016 Nov;59(11):2448-2458.
- For updates, see our publication list at PubMed.
- In a 2009 special issue of Journal of American Medical Association dedicated to diabetes, we published a key article highlighting research with human islet cells — its importance, its limitations and its potential for better treating or preventing the disease. The same paper was selected for presentation at the National Press Club in Washington, DC.
- In a second publication in JAMA, this time a research letter in 2012, we focused on the human pancreas. Our study documented the extent to which type 1 diabetes seems to degrade the organ, which weighs less in people with type 1 diabetes and in those with biomarkers that precede the disease’s manifestation compared to individuals in the control group.