Publications

1    Blanc, C.A., J.J. Grist, H. Rosen, I. Sears-Kraxberger, O. Steward, and T.E. Lane (2015). S1P receptor antagonism enhances proliferation and migration of engrafted neural progenitor cells in a model of viral-induced demyelination. Am. J. Path.In Press.
2    Chen, L., R. Coleman, R. Leang, A. Kopf, C.M. Walsh, W. Macklin, J.F. Loring and T.E. Lane (2014). Human neural precursor cells promote neurologic recovery in a viral model of multiple sclerosis. Stem Cell Reports 2(6): 825-37.
3    Weinger, J.G., W.C. Plaisted, S.M. Maciejewski, L.L. Lanier, C.M. Walsh, and T.E. Lane (2014). Activating receptor NKG2D targets RAE-1-expressing allogeneic neural precursor cells in a viral model of multiple sclerosis. Stem Cells, 2014 Jun 4. Epub ahead of print.
4    Greenberg, M.L., J.G. Weinger, M.P. Matheu, K.S. Carbajal, I. Parker, W.B. Macklin, T.E. Lane*, and M.D. Cahalan* (2014). Two-photon imaging demonstrates remyelination of spinal cord axons by engrafted neural precursor cells in a model of multiple sclerosis. PNAS 111(22): E2349-55.
5    Chucair-Elliott, A.J., M. Zhen, C.M. Kroll, T.E. Lane, and D.J.J. Carr (2014). Microglia-induced IL-6 protects against neuronal loss following HSV-1 infection of neural progenitor cells. Glia, 2014 May 7. Epub ahead of print.
6    Weinger, J.G., L. Chen, R. Coleman, R. Leang, W. Plaisted, J.F. Loring, and T.E. Lane (2013). Intraspinal transplantation of mouse and human neural precursor cells. Current Protocols in Stem Cell Biology 26:Unit 2D.16.
7    Plaisted, W.C., J.G. Weinger, C.M. Walsh, and T.E. Lane (2014). T cell mediated suppression of neurotropic coronavirus replication in neural precursor cells. Virology 449:235-43.
8    Villegas-Mendez, A., E.G. Findlay, L.M. Grady, J.B. de Souza, C.J. Saris, T.E. Lane, E.M. Riley, and K.N. Couper (2013). WSX-1 signalling inhibits CD4⁺ T cell migration to the liver during malaria infection by repressing chemokine-independent pathways. PLoS One 8(11): e78486.
9    Weinger, J.G., B.S. Marro, M. Hosking, and T.E. Lane (2013). The chemokine receptor CXCR2 and coronavirus-induced neurologic disease. Virology 435(1): 110-7.
10    Nance, J.P., K.M. Vannella, D. Worth, C. David, D. Carter, S. Noor, C. Hubeau, L. Fitz, T.E. Lane, T.A. Wynn, and E.H. Wilson (2012). Chitinase dependent control of protozoan cyst burden in the brain. PLoS Pathogens 8(11): e1002990.
11    Tirotta, E., P. Duncker, J. Oak, S. Klaus, M.R. Tsukamoto, L. Gov, and T.E. Lane (2012). Epstein-Barr virus-induced gene 3 negatively regulates neuroinflammation and T cell activation following coronavirus-induced encephalomyelitis. J. Neuroimmunology, 254(1-2): 110-6.
12    Zhao, J., C. Wohlford-Leanne, J. Zhao, T.E. Lane, P. McCray, and S. Perlman (2012). Treatment with toll-lie receptor agonists protects aged mice from lethal respiratory viral infection. J. Virology 86(21): 11416-24.
13    Weinger, J.G., B.M. Weist, W.C. Plaisted, S.M. Klaus, C.M. Walsh, and T.E. Lane (2012). MHC mismatch results in neural progenitor cell rejection following spinal cord transplantation in a model of viral-induced demyelination. Stem Cells 30(11): 2584-95.
14    Tirotta, E., L.A. Kirby, M.N. Hatch, and T.E. Lane (2012). IFN-g-induced apoptosis of human embryonic stem cell derived oligodendrocyte progenitor cells is restricted by CXCR2 signaling. Stem Cell Research 9(3): 208-217.
15    Marro, B.S., M.P. Hosking, and T.E. Lane (2012). CXCR2 signaling and host defense following coronavirus-induced encephalomyelitis. Future Virology 7(4): 349-59
16    Whitman, L.M., C. Blanc, C.S. Schaumburg, D.H. Rowitch, and T.E. Lane (2012). Oligodendrocyte 1 function is required for remyelination potential of transplanted neural progenitor cells in a model of viral-induced demyelination. Exp. Neuro. 235(1): 380-7.
17    Liu, J.Z., S. Jellbauer, A. Poe, V. Ton, M. Pesciaroli, T. Kehl-Fie, N.A. Restrepo, M. Hosking, R.A. Edwards, A. Battistoni, P. Pasquali, T.E. Lane, W.J. Chazin, T. Vogl, J. Roth, E.P. Skaar, and M. Raffatellu (2012). Zinc sequestration by the neutrophil protein calprotectin enhances Salmonella growth in the inflamed gut. Cell Host Microbe 11(3): 227-39.
18    Lu, J., B.M. Weist, B. van Raam, B. Marro, L.V. Nguyen, P. Srinivas, B.D. Bell, K.A. Luhrs, T.E. Lane, G.S. Salvesen, and C.M. Walsh (2011). Complementary roles of Fas-associated death domain protein (FADD) and receptor interacting protein kinase-3 (RIPK3) in T-cell homeostasis and antiviral immunity. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 108(37): 15312-7.
19    Carbajal, K.S., J.L. Miranda, M.R. Tsukamoto, and T.E. Lane (2011). CXCR4 signaling regulates remyelination by endogenous oligodendrocyte progenitor cells in a viral model of demyelination. Glia 59(12): 1813-21.
20    Tirotta, E., R.M. Ransohoff, and T.E. Lane (2011). CXCR2 signaling protects oligodendrocyte progenitor cells from IFN-g/CXCL10-mediated apoptosis. Glia 59(10): 1518-28.
21    Sy, M., M. Kitazawa, R. Medeiros, L. Whitman, D. Cheng, T.E. Lane, and F.M. LaFerla (2011). Inflammation induced by infection potentiates tau pathology in transgenic mice. American J. Pathology 178(6): 2811-22.
22    Kohler, A., K. De Filippo, M. Hasenberg, C. Nitschke, E. Nye, M.P. Hosking, T.E. Lane, L. Mann, R.M. Ransohoff, A.E. Hauser, W. Winter, B. Schraven, H. Geiger, N. Hogg, and M. Gunzer (2011). Thrombopoietin-stimulated megakaryocytes control neutrophil motility and mobilization from bone marrow by release of CXCR2 ligands. Blood 117(16): 4349-4357.
23    Liu, L., L. Darnall, T. Hu, K. Choi, T.E. Lane, and R.M. Ransohoff (2010). Myelin repair is accelerated by inactivating CXCR2 on nonhematopoietic cells. J. Neuroscience 30(27): 9074-83.
24    Tirotta, E., K.S. Carbajal, C.S. Schaumburg, L. Whitman, and T.E. Lane (2010). Cell replacement therapies to promote remyelination in a viral model of demyelination. J. Neuroimmunology 224(1-2): 101-7.
25    Denes, A., N.Humphreys, T.E. Lane, R. Grencis, and N. Rothwell (2010). Chronic systemic infection exacerbates ischaemic brain damage via a CCL5 (RANTES) mediated proinflammatory response. J. Neuroscience 30(30): 10086-95.
26    Hosking, M.P., E. Tirotta, R.M. Ransohoff, and T.E. Lane (2010). CXCR2 signaling protects oligodendrocytes and restricts demyelination in a mouse model of viral-induced demyelination. PLoS One 5(6): e11340.
27    Carbajal, K.S., C. Schaumburg, R. Strieter, J. Kane, and T.E. Lane (2010). Migration of engrafted neural stem cells is mediated by CXCL12 signaling through CXCR4 in a viral model of multiple sclerosis. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 107(24): 11068-73.
28    Hosking, M.P. and T.E. Lane (2010). The role of chemokines during viral infection of the CNS. Pearl Article: PLoS Pathogens 6(7): e1000937.
29    Liu, L., A. Belkadi, L. Darnall, T. Hu, C. Drescher, A.C. Cotleur, D. Padovani-Claudio, T. He, K. Choi, T.E. Lane, R.H. Miller, and R.M. Ransohoff (2010). CXCR2+ neutrophils play an essential role in cuprizone-induced demyelination: relevance to multiple sclerosis. Nature Neuroscience 13(3): 319-326.
30    Hosking, M.P. and T.E. Lane (2009). The biology of persistent infection: Inflammation and demyelination following murine coronavirus infection of the central nervous system. Current Immuno. Rev. 5(4): 267-276.
31    Hosking, M.P., L. Liu, R.M. Ransohoff, and T.E. Lane (2009). A protective     role for ELR+ chemokines during acute viral encephalomyelitis. PLoS     Pathogen 5(11): e1000648.