In the June 14 online edition of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), Timothy McKeithan, M.D., Ph.D., associate professor, oncology/hematology, and six colleagues published an article detailing the BCL6 gene and how it regulates B-cell differentiation, which is required in the development of most forms of lymphoma. Little is known about how the BCL6 gene is activated.
|Alyssa Bouska, Ph.D., Timothy McKeithan, M.D., Ph.D., and Himabindu Ramachandrareddy recently had their lymphoma research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.|
Other authors on the article are:
- Himabindu Ramachandrareddy, graduate research assistant, pathology/microbiology;
- Alyssa Bouska, Ph.D., postdoctoral fellow, pathology/microbiology;
- Yulei Shen, M.D., instructor, pathology/microbiology;
- Ming Ji, Eppley Institute, a visiting research associate from Nanjing University, China;
- Angie Rizzino, Ph.D., professor and program director, Eppley Institute; and
- Wing (John) Chan, M.D., professor and A and A Vickery Jr. M.D. Professorship, pathology/microbiology.