Jessie A. Turnbaugh, Ph.D.

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David A. Harris grad student 2011 Washington University
 (Investigating the Role of the Prion Protein Polybasic Domain in PrPSc Formation and Neuroprotection.)
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Turnbaugh JA, Unterberger U, Saá P, et al. (2012) The N-terminal, polybasic region of PrP(C) dictates the efficiency of prion propagation by binding to PrP(Sc). The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 32: 8817-30
Biasini E, Turnbaugh JA, Massignan T, et al. (2012) The toxicity of a mutant prion protein is cell-autonomous, and can be suppressed by wild-type prion protein on adjacent cells. Plos One. 7: e33472
Biasini E, Turnbaugh JA, Unterberger U, et al. (2012) Prion protein at the crossroads of physiology and disease. Trends in Neurosciences. 35: 92-103
Westergard L, Turnbaugh JA, Harris DA. (2011) A naturally occurring C-terminal fragment of the prion protein (PrP) delays disease and acts as a dominant-negative inhibitor of PrPSc formation. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 286: 44234-42
Turnbaugh JA, Westergard L, Unterberger U, et al. (2011) The N-terminal, polybasic region is critical for prion protein neuroprotective activity. Plos One. 6: e25675
Westergard L, Turnbaugh JA, Harris DA. (2011) A nine amino acid domain is essential for mutant prion protein toxicity. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 31: 14005-17
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