Teresa Monkkonen, PhD

TitlePostdoctoral Scholar
InstitutionUniversity of California San Francisco
Address513 Parnassus Ave
San Francisco CA 94143
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    Baylor College of MedicinePhD2016Molecular and Cellular Biology
    Rice UniversityB.S.2007

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    1. Monkkonen T, Debnath J. Inflammatory signaling cascades and autophagy in cancer. Autophagy. 2018; 14(2):190-198. PMID: 28813180.
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    2. Monkkonen T, Lewis MT. New paradigms for the Hedgehog signaling network in mammary gland development and breast Cancer. Biochim Biophys Acta. 2017 08; 1868(1):315-332. PMID: 28624497.
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    3. Monkkonen T, Landua JD, Visbal AP, Lewis MT. Epithelial and non-epithelial Ptch1 play opposing roles to regulate proliferation and morphogenesis of the mouse mammary gland. Development. 2017 04 01; 144(7):1317-1327. PMID: 28275010.
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    4. Zhang Y, Oetting WS, Harvey SB, Stone MD, Monkkonen T, Matas AJ, Cosio FG, Nelsestuen GL. Urinary Peptide patterns in native kidneys and kidney allografts. Transplantation. 2009 Jun 27; 87(12):1807-13. PMID: 19543057; PMCID: PMC3628615.
    5. Harvey SB, Zhang Y, Wilson-Grady J, Monkkonen T, Nelsestuen GL, Kasthuri RS, Verneris MR, Lund TC, Ely EW, Bernard GR, Zeisler H, Homoncik M, Jilma B, Swan T, Kellogg TA. O-glycoside biomarker of apolipoprotein C3: responsiveness to obesity, bariatric surgery, and therapy with metformin, to chronic or severe liver disease and to mortality in severe sepsis and graft vs host disease. J Proteome Res. 2009 Feb; 8(2):603-12. PMID: 19055479.
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