Jonathan Stoltzfus
Jonathan Stoltzfus
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The genomic basis of parasitism in the Strongyloides clade of nematodes
VL Hunt, IJ Tsai, A Coghlan, AJ Reid, N Holroyd, BJ Foth, A Tracey, ...
Nature Genetics, 2016
Early changes in interferon signaling define natural killer cell response and refractoriness to interferon‐based therapy of hepatitis C patients
B Edlich, G Ahlenstiel, AA Zabaleta, J Stoltzfus, M Noureddin, E Serti, ...
Hepatology 55 (1), 39-48, 2012
RNAseq analysis of the parasitic nematode Strongyloides stercoralis reveals divergent regulation of canonical dauer pathways
JD Stoltzfus, S Minot, M Berriman, TJ Nolan, JB Lok
PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 6 (10), e1854, 2012
Strongyloides stercoralis age-1: a potential regulator of infective larval development in a parasitic nematode
JD Stoltzfus, HC Massey Jr, TJ Nolan, SD Griffith, JB Lok
PloS One 7 (6), e38587, 2012
Regulation of Life Cycle Checkpoints and Developmental Activation of Infective Larvae in Strongyloides stercoralis by Dafachronic Acid.
MM Albarqi, JD Stoltzfus, AA Pilgrim, TJ Nolan, Z Wang, SA Kliewer, ...
PLoS Pathogens 12 (1), e1005358-e1005358, 2016
Ribavirin improves the IFN‐γ response of natural killer cells to IFN‐based therapy of hepatitis C virus infection
JM Werner, E Serti, X Chepa‐Lotrea, J Stoltzfus, G Ahlenstiel, ...
Hepatology 60 (4), 1160-1169, 2014
The nuclear receptor DAF-12 regulates nutrient metabolism and reproductive growth in nematodes
Z Wang, J Stoltzfus, Y You, N Ranjit, H Tang, Y Xie, JB Lok, ...
PLoS Genetics 11 (3), e1005027, 2015
cGMP and NHR signaling co-regulate expression of insulin-like peptides and developmental activation of infective larvae in Strongyloides stercoralis
JD Stoltzfus, SM Bart, JB Lok
PLoS Pathogens 10 (7), e1004235, 2014
Strongyloides stercoralis daf-2 encodes a divergent ortholog of Caenorhabditis elegans DAF-2
HC Massey, N Ranjit, JD Stoltzfus, JB Lok
International Journal for Parasitology 43 (7), 515-520, 2013
Toward Understanding the Functional Role of Ss-riok-1, a RIO Protein Kinase-Encoding Gene of Strongyloides stercorali s
W Yuan, JB Lok, JD Stoltzfus, RB Gasser, F Fang, WQ Lei, R Fang, ...
PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 8 (8), e3062, 2014
Perusal of parasitic nematode ‘omics in the post-genomic era
JD Stoltzfus, AA Pilgrim, RH De’Broski
Molecular and biochemical parasitology 215, 11-22, 2017
ArtA-Dependent Processing of a Tat Substrate Containing a Conserved Tripartite Structure That Is Not Localized at the C Terminus
MFA Halim, JD Stoltzfus, S Schulze, M Hippler, M Pohlschroder
Journal of Bacteriology 199 (7), e00802-16, 2017
Exploring features and function of Ss-riok-3, an enigmatic kinase gene from Strongyloides stercoralis
W Yuan, Y Liu, JB Lok, JD Stoltzfus, RB Gasser, W Lei, R Fang, J Zhao, ...
Parasites & Vectors 7 (1), 1-14, 2014
Conserved residues are critical for Haloferax volcanii archaeosortase catalytic activity: Implications for convergent evolution of the catalytic mechanisms of non …
MF Abdul Halim, R Rodriguez, JD Stoltzfus, IG Duggin, M Pohlschroder
Molecular microbiology 108 (3), 276-287, 2018
Structural and developmental expression of Ss-riok-2, an RIO protein kinase encoding gene of Strongyloides stercoralis
WQ Lei, JB Lok, W Yuan, YZ Zhang, JD Stoltzfus, RB Gasser, SY He, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-13, 2017
Dafachronic acid and temperature regulate canonical dauer pathways during Nippostrongylus brasiliensis infectious larvae activation
KO Ayoade, FR Carranza, WH Cho, Z Wang, SA Kliewer, DJ Mangelsdorf, ...
Parasites & Vectors 13 (1), 1-15, 2020
1041 Characterizing a nuclear hormone receptor pathway that governs parasitic nematode infection using Nippostrongylus brasiliensis as a model
K Ayoade, J Stoltzfus, M Kanchwala, C Xing, Z Wang, S Kliewer, ...
Journal of Investigative Dermatology 138 (5), S176, 2018
Developmental regulation of Strongyloides stercoralis infectious third-stage larvae by canonical dauer pathways
JDC Stoltzfus
University of Pennsylvania, 2013
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