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Esra'a Faris Keewan, Ph.D.


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  1. Sharma ND, Keewan E, Matlawska-Wasowska K. Metabolic Reprogramming and Cell Adhesion in Acute Leukemia Adaptation to the CNS Niche. Front Cell Dev Biol. 2021; 9:767510. PMID: 34957100; PMCID: PMC8703109.
  2. Keewan E, Matlawska-Wasowska K. The Emerging Role of Suppressors of Cytokine Signaling (SOCS) in the Development and Progression of Leukemia. Cancers (Basel). 2021 Aug 08; 13(16). PMID: 34439155; PMCID: PMC8393695.
    Citations: 3     
  3. Keewan E, Beg S, Naser SA. Anti-TNF-a agents Modulate SARS-CoV-2 Receptors and Increase the Risk of Infection Through Notch-1 Signaling. Front Immunol. 2021; 12:641295. PMID: 34025650.
    Citations: 11     Fields:    Translation:HumansAnimalsCellsPHPublic Health
  4. Rohr M, Narasimhulu CA, Keewan E, Hamid S, Parthasarathy S. The dietary peroxidized lipid, 13-HPODE, promotes intestinal inflammation by mediating granzyme B secretion from natural killer cells. Food Funct. 2020 Nov 18; 11(11):9526-9534. PMID: 33089841.
    Citations: 6     Fields:    Translation:HumansAnimalsCells
  5. Keewan E, Naser SA. MiR-146a rs2910164 G?>?C polymorphism modulates Notch-1/IL-6 signaling during infection: a possible risk factor for Crohn's disease. Gut Pathog. 2020; 12:48. PMID: 33072191; PMCID: PMC7557229.
    Citations: 5     
  6. Keewan E, Narasimhulu CA, Rohr M, Hamid S, Parthasarathy S. Are Fried Foods Unhealthy? The Dietary Peroxidized Fatty Acid, 13-HPODE, Induces Intestinal Inflammation In Vitro and In Vivo. Antioxidants (Basel). 2020 Sep 27; 9(10). PMID: 32992618.
    Citations: 5     
  7. Keewan E, Naser SA. Notch-1 Signaling Modulates Macrophage Polarization and Immune Defense against Mycobacterium avium paratuberculosis Infection in Inflammatory Diseases. Microorganisms. 2020 Jul 05; 8(7). PMID: 32635645; PMCID: PMC7409363.
    Citations: 7     
  8. Keewan E, Naser SA. The Role of Notch Signaling in Macrophages during Inflammation and Infection: Implication in Rheumatoid Arthritis? Cells. 2020 01 02; 9(1). PMID: 31906482.
    Citations: 20     Fields:    Translation:HumansAnimalsCells
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