Murad Mamedov, PhD

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    Stanford University, Stanford, CAPh.D.06/2017Immunology
    Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.B.S.05/2010Biology, Philosophy

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    Michelson Prize for Human Immunology and Vaccine Development Jul 1, 2019 - Jun 30, 2020
    Cancer Research Institute (CRI) Irvington Postdoctoral Fellowship Jan 1, 2019

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    1. CRISPR screens decode cancer cell pathways that trigger γδ T cell detection. Nature. 2023 Sep; 621(7977):188-195. Mamedov MR, Vedova S, Freimer JW, Sahu AD, Ramesh A, Arce MM, Meringa AD, Ota M, Chen PA, Hanspers K, Nguyen VQ, Takeshima KA, Rios AC, Pritchard JK, Kuball J, Sebestyen Z, Adams EJ, Marson A. PMID: 37648854.
      View in: PubMed   Mentions: 9     Fields:    Translation:HumansCells
    2. Immunometabolism at the crossroads of obesity and cancer-a Keystone Symposia report. Ann N Y Acad Sci. 2023 05; 1523(1):38-50. Cable J, Rathmell JC, Pearce EL, Ho PC, Haigis MC, Mamedov MR, Wu MJ, Kaech SM, Lynch L, Febbraio MA, Bapat SP, Hong HS, Zou W, Belkaid Y, Sullivan ZA, Keller A, Wculek SK, Green DR, Postic C, Amit I, Benitah SA, Jones RG, Reina-Campos M, Torres SV, Beyaz S, Brennan D, O'Neill LAJ, Perry RJ, Brenner D. PMID: 36960914; PMCID: PMC10367315.
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    3. High-yield genome engineering in primary cells using a hybrid ssDNA repair template and small-molecule cocktails. Nat Biotechnol. 2023 04; 41(4):521-531. Shy BR, Vykunta VS, Ha A, Talbot A, Roth TL, Nguyen DN, Pfeifer WG, Chen YY, Blaeschke F, Shifrut E, Vedova S, Mamedov MR, Chung JJ, Li H, Yu R, Wu D, Wolf J, Martin TG, Castro CE, Ye L, Esensten JH, Eyquem J, Marson A. PMID: 36008610; PMCID: PMC10065198.
      View in: PubMed   Mentions: 41     Fields:    Translation:HumansCells
    4. Polymer-stabilized Cas9 nanoparticles and modified repair templates increase genome editing efficiency. Nat Biotechnol. 2020 Jan; 38(1):44-49. Nguyen DN, Roth TL, Li PJ, Chen PA, Apathy R, Mamedov MR, Vo LT, Tobin VR, Goodman D, Shifrut E, Bluestone JA, Puck JM, Szoka FC, Marson A. PMID: 31819258; PMCID: PMC6954310.
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    5. A Macrophage Colony-Stimulating-Factor-Producing γδ T Cell Subset Prevents Malarial Parasitemic Recurrence. Immunity. 2018 02 20; 48(2):350-363.e7. Mamedov MR, Scholzen A, Nair RV, Cumnock K, Kenkel JA, Oliveira JHM, Trujillo DL, Saligrama N, Zhang Y, Rubelt F, Schneider DS, Chien YH, Sauerwein RW, Davis MM. PMID: 29426701; PMCID: PMC5956914.
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    6. Individual heritable differences result in unique cell lymphocyte receptor repertoires of naïve and antigen-experienced cells. Nat Commun. 2016 Mar 23; 7:11112. Rubelt F, Bolen CR, McGuire HM, Vander Heiden JA, Gadala-Maria D, Levin M, Euskirchen GM, Mamedov MR, Swan GE, Dekker CL, Cowell LG, Kleinstein SH, Davis MM. PMID: 27005435; PMCID: PMC5191574.
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    7. Arginine-rich motifs are not required for hepatitis delta virus RNA binding activity of the hepatitis delta antigen. J Virol. 2013 Aug; 87(15):8665-74. Daigh LH, Griffin BL, Soroush A, Mamedov MR, Casey JL. PMID: 23740973; PMCID: PMC3719807.
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