Genome-wide Association Studies Must Account for Ancestry
...ncestors came from did not have a clue. Dr. Gregersen collaborated with Dr. seldin
to identify a few thousand genetic markers that are powerful enough to poin...ho once lived in Europe, the few thousand genetic markers identified by Dr. seldin
were used to track those with European origins. They tested the DNA from hu...
Personalized therapy for asthma and COPD could soon be here
...ction to the later development of chronic inflammatory diseases like asthma and COPD," says senior author Michael Holtzman, M.D., the Selma and Herman seldin
Professor of Medicine, director of the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine and a pulmonary specialist at Barnes-Jewish Hospital. "With th...
2 UT Southwestern researchers elected to National Academy of Sciences' Institute of Medicine
...Dr. Daniel Foster (1989), Dr. Alfred Gilman (1989), Dr. Michael Brown (1987), Dr. Joseph Goldstein (1987), Dr. Ronald Estabrook, (1975) and Dr. Donald seldin
Deceased members of the UT Southwestern faculty who were members of the Institute of Medicine are Dr. Paul MacDonald (1987), Dr. Charles S...
Seldin in Medical Technology
New Risk Gene for Rheumatoid Arthritis and Lupus Opens Door to More Effective Treatments
...istopher Amos, PhD, of The
University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center; Daniel Kastner MD, PhD, of
NIAMS's Genetics and Genomic Branch; Michael F. seldin
MD, PhD, of the
University of California, Davis; and Robert M. Plenge, MD, PhD, of the
Brigham and Women's Hospital. Timothy W. Behrens, MD, senior di...
Seldin in Biological News
Greasing interferon's gears may pave way to greater therapeutic benefits, fewer side effects
"Essentially, we found a way to grease the gears that drive the interferon signal," says Michael J. Holtzman, M.D., the Selma and Herman seldin
Professor of Medicine and director of the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine.
The researchers modified the structure of a protein ca...
Shorter colds, milder flu may follow from newly revealed immune mechanism
"If the macrophages were to die, the infection would spread further," says senior author Michael J. Holtzman, M.D., the Selma and Herman seldin
Professor of Medicine and director of pulmonary and critical care medicine. "So the macrophages use a protein called CCL5 to ensure that the infection...