Moriah Sandy

Title(s)Specialist, Medicine
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address513 Parnassus Avenue, MSB
San Francisco CA 94117
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    UC Berkeley, CAPostdoctoral Scholar05/2013Chemical Engineering
    UC Santa Barbara, CAPh.D07/2011Chemistry
    University of Redlands, CABS05/2005Chemistry

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    Dr. Moriah Sandy is broadly interested in chemical mechanisms underlying microbe and microbe-host interactions. Previously, Moriah studied chemical mediation of iron uptake in bacteria, chemical defense of marine red algae, natural product biosynthesis, and chemical mechanisms underlying fungal-plant symbiosis and plant response to drought. At UCSF - Moriah is looking forward to studying microbial-derived small molecules important for human health. She will be heading efforts to establish a Quantitative Metabolite Analysis Center through ImmunoX, BCMM and PBBR.

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    1. Abcc1 and Ggt5 support lymphocyte guidance through export and catabolism of S-geranylgeranyl-l-glutathione. Sci Immunol. 2021 Jun 04; 6(60). Gallman AE, Wolfreys FD, Nguyen DN, Sandy M, Xu Y, An J, Li Z, Marson A, Lu E, Cyster JG. PMID: 34088745.
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    2. Effects of Discovery, Iteration, and Collaboration in Laboratory Courses on Undergraduates' Research Career Intentions Fully Mediated by Student Ownership. CBE Life Sci Educ. 2018 06; 17(2):ar20. Corwin LA, Runyon CR, Ghanem E, Sandy M, Clark G, Palmer GC, Reichler S, Rodenbusch SE, Dolan EL. PMID: 29749845.
      View in: PubMed   Mentions: 22     Fields:    Translation:Humans
    3. Biosynthetic considerations of triscatechol siderophores framed on serine and threonine macrolactone scaffolds. Metallomics. 2017 07 19; 9(7):824-839. Reitz ZL, Sandy M, Butler A. PMID: 28594012.
      View in: PubMed   Mentions: 9     Fields:    Translation:Cells
    4. Microbial Tools in Agriculture Require an Ecological Context: Stress‐Dependent Non‐Additive Symbiont Interactions. Agronomy Journal. 2017; 109:917-926. Connor, E.W.; Sandy, M.; Hawkes, C.V.
    5. Biosynthesis of amphi-enterobactin siderophores by Vibrio harveyi BAA-1116: identification of a bifunctional nonribosomal peptide synthetase condensation domain. J Am Chem Soc. 2014 Apr 16; 136(15):5615-8. Zane HK, Naka H, Rosconi F, Sandy M, Haygood MG, Butler A. PMID: 24701966.
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    6. Turnerbactin, a novel triscatecholate siderophore from the shipworm endosymbiont Teredinibacter turnerae T7901. PLoS One. 2013; 8(10):e76151. Han AW, Sandy M, Fishman B, Trindade-Silva AE, Soares CA, Distel DL, Butler A, Haygood MG. PMID: 24146831.
      View in: PubMed   Mentions: 14     Fields:    Translation:AnimalsCells
    7. Tandem enzymatic oxygenations in biosynthesis of epoxyquinone pharmacophore of manumycin-type metabolites. Chem Biol. 2013 Jul 25; 20(7):879-87. Rui Z, Sandy M, Jung B, Zhang W. PMID: 23890006.
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    8. Characterization of AntB, a promiscuous acyltransferase involved in antimycin biosynthesis. Org Lett. 2013 Jul 05; 15(13):3396-9. Sandy M, Zhu X, Rui Z, Zhang W. PMID: 23772837.
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    9. Enzymatic synthesis of dilactone scaffold of antimycins. ACS Chem Biol. 2012 Dec 21; 7(12):1956-61. Sandy M, Rui Z, Gallagher J, Zhang W. PMID: 22971101.
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    10. Vanadium bromoperoxidase from Delisea pulchra: enzyme-catalyzed formation of bromofuranone and attendant disruption of quorum sensing. Chem Commun (Camb). 2011 Nov 28; 47(44):12086-8. Sandy M, Carter-Franklin JN, Martin JD, Butler A. PMID: 22006105.
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    11. Chrysobactin siderophores produced by Dickeya chrysanthemi EC16. J Nat Prod. 2011 May 27; 74(5):1207-12. Sandy M, Butler A. PMID: 21545171.
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    12. Vanchrobactin and anguibactin siderophores produced by Vibrio sp. DS40M4. J Nat Prod. 2010 Jun 25; 73(6):1038-43. Sandy M, Han A, Blunt J, Munro M, Haygood M, Butler A. PMID: 20521785.
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    13. Microbial iron acquisition: marine and terrestrial siderophores. Chem Rev. 2009 Oct; 109(10):4580-95. Sandy M, Butler A. PMID: 19772347.
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    14. Mechanistic considerations of halogenating enzymes. Nature. 2009 Aug 13; 460(7257):848-54. Butler A, Sandy M. PMID: 19675645.
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    15. Loihichelins A-F, a suite of amphiphilic siderophores produced by the marine bacterium Halomonas LOB-5. J Nat Prod. 2009 May 22; 72(5):884-8. Homann VV, Sandy M, Tincu JA, Templeton AS, Tebo BM, Butler A. PMID: 19320498.
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