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Peer-reviewed research:

Molofsky, A.B., Van Gool, F., Liang, H.-E., Van Dyken, S.J., Nussbaum, J.C., Lee, J., Bluestone, J.A., and Locksley, R.M. (2015). Interleukin-33 and Interferon-γ Counter-Regulate Group 2 Innate Lymphoid Cell Activation during Immune Perturbation. Immunity 43, 1-14.

Lee, M.-W., Odegaard, J.I., Mukundan, L., Qiu, Y., Molofsky, A.B., Nussbaum, J.C., Yun, K., Locksley, R.M., and Chawla, A. (2015). Activated type 2 innate lymphoid cells regulate beige fat biogenesis. Cell 160, 74–87.

Van Gool, F.*, Molofsky, A.B.*, Morar, M.M., Rosenzwajg, M., Liang, H.-E., Klatzmann, D., Locksley, R.M., and Bluestone, J.A. (2014). Interleukin-5-producing group 2 innate lymphoid cells control eosinophilia induced by interleukin-2 therapy. Blood 124, 3572–3576. *Co-first authors.

Dawson, A.L., LeBoit, P.E., Molofsky, A.B., Ai, W.Z., and Pincus, L.B. (2014). Peripheral T-Cell Lymphoma, Not Otherwise Specified Presenting as Erythroderma. Pathology Case Reviews 19, 221–226.

Van Dyken, S. J. Mohapatra, A., Nussbaum, J.C., Molofsky, A.B., Thornton, E.E., Ziegler, S.F., McKenzie, A.N., Krummel, M.F., Liang, H.E., Locksley, R.M. (2014. Chitin activates parallel immune modules that direct distinct inflammatory responses via innate lymphoid type 2 and γδ T cells. Immunity 40, 414–424.

Nussbaum J.C., Van Dyken S.J., Von Moltke J, Cheng L.E., Mohapatra A., Molofsky A.B., Thornton E.E., Krummel M.F., Chawla A., Liang H.E., Locksley R.M. (2013) Type 2 innate lymphoid cells control eosinophil homeostasis. Nature 502, 245–248.

Molofsky, A. B., Nussbaum, J. C., Liang, H.-E., Van Dyken, S. J., Cheng, L. E., Mohapatra, A., Chawla, A., Locksley R.M. (2013). Innate lymphoid type 2 cells sustain visceral adipose tissue eosinophils and alternatively activated macrophages. Journal of Experimental Medicine, 210(3), 535–549.

Rollins, M. D., Molofsky, A. B., Nambiar, A., Pandey, S., Weiskopf, R. B., & Toy, P. (2012). Two septic transfusion reactions presenting as transfusion-related acute lung injury from a split plateletpheresis unit. Critical care medicine, 40(8), 2488–2491.

Wu, D., Molofsky, A. B., Liang, H.-E., Ricardo-Gonzalez, R. R., Jouihan, H. A., Bando, J. K., Chawla, A., Locksley, R.M. (2011). Eosinophils sustain adipose alternatively activated macrophages associated with glucose homeostasis. Science, 332(6026), 243–247.

Molofsky, A. B., Byrne, B. G., Whitfield, N. N., Madigan, C. A., Fuse, E. T., Tateda, K., & Swanson, M. S. (2006). Cytosolic recognition of flagellin by mouse macrophages restricts Legionella pneumophila infection. The Journal of experimental medicine, 203(4), 1093–1104.

Molofsky, A. B., Shetron-Rama, L. M., & Swanson, M. S. (2005). Components of the Legionella pneumophila flagellar regulon contribute to multiple virulence traits, including lysosome avoidance and macrophage death. Infection and immunity, 73(9), 5720–5734.

Molofsky, A. B., & Swanson, M. S. (2003). Legionella pneumophila CsrA is a pivotal repressor of transmission traits and activator of replication. Mol Microbiol, 50(2), 445–461.

Patterson, K., Molofsky, A. B., Robinson, C., Acosta, S., Cater, C., & Fischer, J. A. (2004). The functions of Klarsicht and nuclear lamin in developmentally regulated nuclear migrations of photoreceptor cells in the Drosophila eye. Molecular biology of the cell, 15(2), 600–610.

 

Review articles and Book chapters:

Cautivo, K.M., Molofsky, A.B. (2016). Regulation of metabolic health and adipose tissue function by group 2 innate lymphoid cells. Eur. J. Immunol. 1–31. advanced online.

Guigas, B., Molofsky, A.B. (2015). A worm of one's own: how helminths modulate host adipose tissue function and metabolism. Trends Parasitol. 31, 435–441.

Molofsky, A.B., Savage, A.K., and Locksley, R.M. (2015). Interleukin-33 in Tissue Homeostasis, Injury, and Inflammation. Immunity 42, 1005–1019.

Molofsky, A.B. and Siddiqi, I.N. (2011). Case studies in hematology and coagulation: a new ASCP case set. Book chapter contributors for “Chronic myelogenous leukemia” and “Chronic neutrophilic leukemia”, Gulati, G., Flicko-O’Hara, J., and Krause, J.R. eds, American Society of Clinical Pathology.

Molofsky A.B. and Lu C.M. (2009). Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma, Anaplastic Lymphoma Kinase-Positive (ALCL, ALK+). Check Sample, Hematology, American Society of Clinical Pathology.

Swanson M.S., Byrne B.G., Whitfield N.W., Fuse E.T., Tateda K., and Molofsky A.B. (2006). An inflammatory immune response to cytosolic flagellin protects mice from L. pneumophila infection. Book Chapter in Legionella- Proceedings of the 6th International Conference, Cianciotto, N. et al., eds., ASM Press, Washington DC.

Swanson M.S. and Molofsky A.B. (2005). Autophagy and Inflammatory Cell Death, Partners of Innate Immunity. Review, Autophagy 1(3), 174-6.

Molofsky, A.B., and Swanson, M.S. (2004). Differentiate to thrive: lessons from the Legionella pneumophila life cycle. Mol Microbiol 53, 29–40.

 

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