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Alison Durham, MD

Clinical Lecturer, Department of Dermatology

Selected Publications

  1. Yang XL, Kapoor M, Otero FJ, Slike BM, Tsuruta H, Frausto R, Bates A, Ewalt KL, Cheresh DA, Schimmel P. Gain-of-function mutational activation of human tRNA synthetase procytokine. Chem Biol. 2007 Dec;14(12):1323-1333.
  2. Kapoor M, Zhou Q, Otero F, Myers CA, Bates A, Belani R, Liu J, Luo JK, Tzima E, Zhang ED, Yang XL, Schimmel P. Evidence for annexin II-S100A10 complex and plasmin in mobilization of cytokine activity of human TrpRS. J Biol Chem. 2008 Jan 25;283(4):2070-2077.
  3. Durham A, Carlos CA, Gudjonsson JE, Lowe L, Hristov AC. Pemphigus herpetiformis: Report of a rare case. J Am Acad Dermatol. 2012 Nov;67(5):e231-233.
  4. Durham AB, Orringer JS. Q-switched laser therapy for recalcitrant and recurrent pigmentation after chemical depigmentation for extensive vitiligo. Dermatol Surg. 2012 Sep; 38(9):1563-1565.
  5. Posters

  6. Bates A, Lever D. The Kinetic Characterization of a Feather Degrading Enzyme. 2000 Argonne National Laboratory Undergraduate Summer Research Symposium, Argonne, Illinois
  7. Myers C, Bates A, Schimmel P. Interaction of an angiostatic human tRNA synthetase with S100A10 protein and potential role in plasmin inhibition. 2003 “The tRNA World” 20th International tRNA Workshop, Banz, Germany
  8. Bates A, Ewalt KL, Schimmel P. Role of plasmin in generation of human tRNA synthetase fragments. 2003 “The tRNA World” 20th International tRNA Workshop, Banz, Germany
  9. Myers C, Bates A, Schimmel P. Interaction of an angiostatic human tRNA synthetase with the S100A10 protein and potential role in plasmin inhibition. 2004 International Conference on Aminoacyl tRNA Synthetases, Seoul, Korea
  10. Bates A, Myers C, Ewalt K, Schimmel P. Mutational analysis to determine the regions for binding of a human tRNA synthetase cytokine to cell surface proteins. 2004 International Conference on Aminoacyl tRNA Synthetases, Seoul, Korea


 

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