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Warren P. Voth

Warren P. Voth, PhD

Languages spoken: English

Academic Information

Departments Primary - Pathology


Academic Office Information

Research Interests

  • Innate Immunity
  • Gene Regulation
  • Chromatin
  • Intercellular RNA Transport
  • Non-coding RNA in Innate Immunity

Education History

Postdoctoral Fellowship University of Utah Health Sciences Center
Postdoctoral Fellow
University of Texas at Austin
Undergraduate University of Kansas

Selected Publications

Journal Article

  1. Huffaker TB, Lee SH, Tang WW, Wallace JA, Alexander M, Runtsch MC, Larsen DK, Thompson J, Ramstead AG, Voth WP, Hu R, Round JL, Williams MA, OConnell RM (2017). Antitumor immunity is defective in T cell-specific microRNA-155-deficient mice and is rescued by immune checkpoint blockade. J Biol Chem, 292(45), 18530-18541.
  2. Wallace JA, Kagele DA, Eiring AM, Kim CN, Hu R, Runtsch MC, Alexander M, Huffaker TB, Lee SH, Patel AB, Mosbruger TL, Voth WP, Rao DS, Miles RR, Round JL, Deininger MW, OConnell RM (2017). miR-155 promotes FLT3-ITD-induced myeloproliferative disease through inhibition of the interferon response. Blood, 129(23), 3074-3086.
  3. Tyson Chiaro, Ray Soto, Jason L Kubinak, W Zac Stephens, Charisse Petersen, Lasha Gogokhia, Rickesha Bell, Julio Delgado, James Cox, Warren Voth, Jessica Brown, David Stillman, Ryan OConnell, Anne Tebo and June L Round (2017). Yeast in the gut mycobiota modulates host purine metabolism exacerbating colitis in mice. Sci Transl Med, 9(380), eaaf9044.
  4. Voth WP, Takahata S, Nishikawa JL, Metcalfe BM, Naar AM, Stillman DJ (2014). A role for FACT in repopulation of nucleosomes at inducible genes. PLoS One, 9(1), e84092.
  5. Tantin D, Voth WP, Shakya A (2013). Efficient chromatin immunoprecipitation using limiting amounts of biomass. J Vis Exp, (75), e50064.
  6. Pondugula S, Neef DW, Voth WP, Darst RP, Dhasarathy A, Reynolds MM, Takahata S, Stillman DJ, Kladde MP (2009). Coupling phosphate homeostasis to cell cycle-specific transcription: mitotic activation of Saccharomyces cerevisiae PHO5 by Mcm1 and Forkhead proteins. Mol Cell Biol, 29(18), 4891-905.
  7. Reid RJ, Sunjevaric I, Voth WP, Ciccone S, Du W, Olsen AE, Stillman DJ, Rothstein R (2008). Chromosome-scale genetic mapping using a set of 16 conditionally stable Saccharomyces cerevisiae chromosomes. Genetics, 180(4), 1799-808.


  1. Voth WP, Stillman DJ (2010). First time, every time: nucleosomes at a promoter can determine the probability of gene activation. [Review]. Dev Cell, 18(4), 503-4.