Carol Shoshkes Reiss

Professor of Biology, Neural Science; Director, NYU Science Training Enhancement Program NYU-STEP

Ph.D. 1978 (microbiology), Mt. Sinai Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, CUNY;
M.S. 1973 (human genetics), Sarah Lawrence College;
A.B. 1972 (biology), Bryn Mawr College.

Office Address: 

New York University
Department of Biology
1009 Silver Center
100 Washington Square East
New York, NY 10003-6688

Phone: 

(212) 998-8269

Fax: 

(212) 995-4015

Areas of Research/Interest: 

Viral infection of the CNS; the role of innate immunity in the host response; viral oncolysis; olfaction associated behaviors; translational medicine.

List of Publications from Pubmed

List of citations from Google Scholar

Research:

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My lab has closed, but my research interests are viral immunology, ranging from innate to neuroimmunology to cellular signaling as well as molecular aspects, and pathogenesis of infection. My lab has been studying the interaction between vesicular stomatitis virus (VSV) and the mouse (Figure 1). We are probing the role of the immune system in clearance of viral infections from the central nervous system and use many research tools including knockout hosts. Areas of research in the lab include analysis of the components involved in the breakdown of the blood-brain-barrier during viral infection, cytokine-triggered responses in the CNS, including signal transduction and down-stream events (Figure 2). We are studying the molecules which recruit different cells (neutrophils, natural killer, lymphocytes and macrophages) from the peripheral circulation to the CNS to fight the infection.  We have been investigating the many roles of lipids in the innate immune response to infection; the effects of drugs which target cyclooxygenase, lipoxygenase and peroxisome proliferators activating receptor-gamma, as well as statins and cannabanoids are being investigated for their contribution to the disease pathogenesis. The role of reactive oxygen and nitrogen intermediates in both clearance of virus and immunopathology are being studied.  The mechanism(s) by which distinct interferons suppress viral replication in neurons is another area of focus (Figure 3).  We are also engaged in a microarray analysis of cytokine and viral infection-induced changes in the expression of mRNA by neurons.  The infection and recovery of the olfactory neuroepithelium are under investigation;  these studies will be extended to examine behaviors which are associated with the sense of smell and thus may be altered by olfactory system infection. (Figure 4). A new area of research is investigating neuroinflammation in seizure disorders.

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Teaching:

Undergraduate: V23.0050 Immunology
Graduate: G23.1011 Advanced Immunology, G23.2020 Microbial Pathogenesis, G23.0080 Animal virology. G23.1023 Hot Topics of Infectious Disease.

Biosketch:

1972 AB Bryn Mawr College
1973 MS Sarah Lawrence College
1978 PhD Mt Sinai graduate school of Biomedical Sciences of CUNY
1978-1981 Post doc Harvard Medical School
1981-1991 Instructor through Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School
1991-present Professor NYU
Co-organizer of 5 Keystone conferences on Molecular Aspects of Viral Immunity
1999-2006 Editor-in-chief of Viral Immunology
2008 Senior editor, DNA and Cell Biology
2008 Editor, Neurotropic Viral Infections, Cambridge University Press
2012-preset Editor-in-Chief, DNA & Cell Biology
2013-present Director, NYU Science Training Enhancement Program

Expert Panel:

  • Everything You Want To (or Don’t Want To) Know About H1N1 Influenza, (RealPlayer video archive)
    November 3, 2009
    Co-sponsors: Student Senator’s Council (SSC) and Student Health Advisory Board of the SSC

    Panelists:
    Carol Shoshkes Reiss, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Biology, College of Arts and Sciences, NYU
    Martin J. Blaser, M.D., Frederick H. King Professor of Internal Medicine, Chair, Department of Medicine, NYU Langone Medical Center
    Carlo Ciotoli, M.D., Deputy Executive Director and Medical Director, NYU Student Health Center

Presentations:

Affiliated with other departments or programs:

NYU Cancer Center; Adjunct Professor, Department of Microbiology, NYU School of Medicine and Mt Sinai School of Medicine.

External Affiliations:

Reviewers' Reserve, National Institutes of Health; Organizer, Keystone Symposia on Molecular Aspects of Viral Immunology.

Fellowships/Honors:

Outstanding Woman Scientist, 2001;
Fellow of the New York Academy of Science, 2005;
Foundation Lecturer, Foundation for Microbiology, 1990;
American Cancer Society Junior Faculty Research Award, 1984;
New Investigator Research Award, National Institutes of Health, 1981;
Distinguished Scientific Visitor, Biomedical Research Council, Singapore, 2004;
Teacher recognition Award from the IES Brain Research Fdn, 2009;
Golden Dozen Teaching Award, NYU, 2010.

Selected Works:

PubMed Search Results:

Integrity of scientific content and authorship disputes continue to plague scientific journals.
DNA Cell Biol   (2014 Mar);   PMID: 24593126
Reiss CS
 
Developmental brain abnormalities in tuberous sclerosis complex: a comparative tissue analysis of cortical tubers and perituberal cortex.
Epilepsia   (2014 Apr);   PMID: 24512506
Ruppe V, Dilsiz P, Reiss CS, Carlson C, Devinsky O, Zagzag D, Weiner HL, Talos DM
 
DNA and Cell Biology. Some thoughts from the Editor-in-Chief.
DNA Cell Biol   (2014 Feb);   PMID: 24512207
Reiss CS
 
Unintended consequences and artifacts.
DNA Cell Biol   (2013 Nov);  PMC3806367 free full-text archive
Reiss CS
 
Reasons to be hopeful.
DNA Cell Biol   (2013 Sep);   PMID: 23965148
Reiss CS
 
A loss and confronting the future.
DNA Cell Biol   (2013 Jul);   PMID: 23815340
Reiss CS
 
The complexities of producing proteins.
DNA Cell Biol   (2013 Jun);   PMID: 23713945
Reiss CS
 
Inclusiveness.
DNA Cell Biol   (2013 May);   PMID: 23650942
Reiss CS
 
Increased web traffic at the DNA and cell biology online journal.
DNA Cell Biol   (2013 Apr);   PMID: 23570575
Reiss CS
 
Selectivity and quality.
DNA Cell Biol   (2013 Mar);   PMID: 23461726
Reiss CS
 
Concerns about the future of the scientific workforce.
DNA Cell Biol   (2013 Feb);   PMID: 23347442
Reiss CS
 
Introduction of DNACB Bits.
DNA Cell Biol   (2012 Dec);   PMID: 23167269
Reiss CS
 
Accountability.
DNA Cell Biol   (2012 Nov);   PMID: 23098332
Reiss CS
 
Our authors focus on clinically relevant studies in this issue.
DNA Cell Biol   (2012 Oct);   PMID: 23013231
Reiss CS
 
Continued progress and an ambitious goal.
DNA Cell Biol   (2012 Sep);   PMID: 22917498
Reiss CS
 
Catching up, and raising the bar.
DNA Cell Biol   (2012 Jul);   PMID: 22784004
Reiss CS
 
Progress, and yet so much further to go.
DNA Cell Biol   (2012 Aug);   PMID: 22779711
Reiss CS
 
Catching up on printing-accepted articles and more stringent scientific criteria going forward.
DNA Cell Biol   (2012 May);   PMID: 22536788
Reiss CS
 
Interferon-induced tetherin restricts vesicular stomatitis virus release in neurons.
DNA Cell Biol   (2011 Dec);  PMC3233914 free full-text archive
Sarojini S, Theofanis T, Reiss CS
 
Variability in krill biomass links harvesting and climate warming to penguin population changes in Antarctica.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A   (2011 May 3);  PMC3088573 free full-text archive
Trivelpiece WZ, Hinke JT, Miller AK, Reiss CS, Trivelpiece SG, Watters GM
 
Cannabinoids and Viral Infections.
Pharmaceuticals (Basel)   (2010 Jun 1);  PMC2903762 free full-text archive
Reiss CS
 
Cytokine-modified VSV is attenuated for neural pathology, but is both highly immunogenic and oncolytic.
Int J Infereron Cytokine Mediator Res   (2009 Dec 1);  PMC2895263 free full-text archive
Miller J, Bidula SM, Jensen TM, Reiss CS
 
Vesicular stomatitis virus modified with single chain IL-23 exhibits oncolytic activity against tumor cells in vitro and in vivo.
Int J Infereron Cytokine Mediator Res   (2010 May 1);  PMC2885733 free full-text archive
Miller JM, Bidula SM, Jensen TM, Reiss CS
 
Innate immunity in viral infections.
J Innate Immun   (2009);   PMID: 20375597
Reiss CS
 
A confocal and electron microscopic comparison of interferon beta-induced changes in vesicular stomatitis virus infection of neuroblastoma and nonneuronal cells.
DNA Cell Biol   (2010 Mar);  PMC2833218 free full-text archive
D'Agostino PM, Reiss CS
 
IFN-beta-induced alteration of VSV protein phosphorylation in neuronal cells.
Viral Immunol   (2009 Dec);  PMC2812813 free full-text archive
D'agostino PM, Amenta JJ, Reiss CS
 
DISTINCT MECHANISMS OF INHIBITION OF VSV REPLICATION IN NEURONS MEDIATED BY TYPE I AND TYPE II IFN.
Virus Rev Res   (2009 Jan 1);  PMC2874913 free full-text archive
D'Agostino PM, Yang J, Reiss CS
 
Disruption of IFN-gamma- mediated antiviral activity in neurons: the role of cannabinoids.
Viral Immunol   (2008 Jun);  PMC2556635 free full-text archive
Herrera RA, Oved JH, Reiss CS
 
Peripheral, but not central nervous system, type I interferon expression in mice in response to intranasal vesicular stomatitis virus infection.
J Neurovirol   (2007 Oct);  PMC2632583 free full-text archive
Trottier MD, Lyles DS, Reiss CS
 
PIN: a novel protein involved in IFN-gamma accumulation of NOS-1 in neurons.
DNA Cell Biol   (2008 Jan);  PMC2556631 free full-text archive
Yang J, Dennison NN, Reiss CS
 
Gene expression contributing to recruitment of circulating cells in response to vesicular stomatitis virus infection of the CNS.
Viral Immunol   (2006 Summer);  PMC2562241 free full-text archive
Ireland DD, Reiss CS
 
The role of the proteasome-ubiquitin pathway in regulation of the IFN-gamma mediated anti-VSV response in neurons.
J Neuroimmunol   (2006 Dec);  PMC1764816 free full-text archive
Yang J, Tugal D, Reiss CS
 
Interleukin (IL)-12 receptor beta1 or IL-12 receptor beta 2 deficiency in mice indicates that IL-12 and IL-23 are not essential for host recovery from viral encephalitis.
Viral Immunol   (2005);  PMC1237019 free full-text archive
Ireland DD, Palian BM, Reiss CS
 
Editorial: 2005 starts with a bounty of reviews and articles.
Viral Immunol   (2005);   PMID: 15802947
Reiss CS
 
VSV replication in neurons is inhibited by type I IFN at multiple stages of infection.
Virology   (2005 Mar 15);   PMID: 15721356
Trottier MD Jr, Palian BM, Reiss CS
 
Expression of IL-12 receptor by neurons.
Viral Immunol   (2004);   PMID: 15357907
Ireland DD, Reiss CS
 
Interferon-gamma-induced inhibition of neuronal vesicular stomatitis virus infection is STAT1 dependent.
J Neurovirol   (2004 Feb);   PMID: 14982729
Chesler DA, Dodard C, Lee GY, Levy DE, Reiss CS
 
Posttranscriptional regulation of neuronal nitric oxide synthase expression by IFN-gamma.
J Interferon Cytokine Res   (2004 Feb);   PMID: 14980078
Chesler DA, McCutcheon JA, Reiss CS
 
PKR is not required for interferon-gamma inhibition of VSV replication in neurons.
Viral Immunol   (2003);   PMID: 12725691
Chesler DA, Munoz-Jordan JL, Donelan N, Garcia-Sastre A, Reiss CS
 
IL-12, while beneficial, is not essential for the host response to VSV encephalitis.
J Neuroimmunol   (2002 Oct);   PMID: 12458040
Chesler DA, Reiss CS
 
The role of IFN-gamma in immune responses to viral infections of the central nervous system.
Cytokine Growth Factor Rev   (2002 Dec);   PMID: 12401479
Chesler DA, Reiss CS
 
Editorial.
Viral Immunol   (2002 Jun);   PMID: 12133219
Reiss CS
 
Innate immunity in viral encephalitis: role of C5.
Viral Immunol   (2002);   PMID: 12081018
Chen N, Reiss CS
 
Innate immune responses in viral encephalitis.
Curr Top Microbiol Immunol   (2002);   PMID: 12014196
Reiss CS, Chesler DA, Hodges J, Ireland DD, Chen N
 
Selective inhibition of COX-2 is beneficial to mice infected intranasally with VSV.
Prostaglandins Other Lipid Mediat   (2002 Feb);   PMID: 11936620
Chen N, Restivo A, Reiss CS
 
International Congress of Neurolmmunology Edinburgh, September 3 to 7, 2001.
Viral Immunol   (2001);   PMID: 11792071
Reiss CS
 
Leukotrienes play protective roles early during experimental VSV encephalitis.
J Neuroimmunol   (2001 Nov 1);   PMID: 11694324
Chen N, Restivo A, Reiss CS
 
Keystone symposium on Molecular Aspects of Viral Immunity: Keystone, Colorado, April 14-20, 2001.
Viral Immunol   (2001);   PMID: 11398814
Reiss CS
 
The role of interleukin-18 in vesicular stomatitis virus infection of the CNS.
Viral Immunol   (2001);   PMID: 11398813
Hodges JL, Ireland DD, Reiss CS
 
NSAID treatment suppresses VSV propagation in mouse CNS.
Virology   (2000 Oct 10);   PMID: 11021993
Chen N, Warner JL, Reiss CS
 
Determinants of immune defense against microbial infections: Santa Fe, New Mexico, February 24-29, 2000.
Viral Immunol   (2000);   PMID: 10893004
Reiss CS
 
Regulation of the BBB during viral encephalitis: roles of IL-12 and NOS.
Nitric Oxide   (1999 Aug);   PMID: 10444372
Komatsu T, Ireland DD, Chung N, Dore A, Yoder M, Reiss CS
 
Mechanisms of cytokine-mediated inhibition of viral replication.
Virology   (1999 Jul 5);   PMID: 10388658
Komatsu T, Srivastava N, Revzin M, Ireland DD, Chesler D, Reiss CS
 
Neuronal expression of NOS-1 is required for host recovery from viral encephalitis.
Virology   (1999 Jun 5);   PMID: 10366576
Komatsu T, Ireland DD, Chen N, Reiss CS
 
Delayed administration of interleukin-12 is efficacious in promoting recovery from lethal viral encephalitis.
Viral Immunol   (1999);   PMID: 10333240
Ireland DD, Bang T, Komatsu T, Reiss CS
 
Viral replication in olfactory receptor neurons and entry into the olfactory bulb and brain.
Ann N Y Acad Sci   (1998 Nov 30);   PMID: 9929681
Reiss CS, Plakhov IV, Komatsu T
 
IL-12 and viral infections.
Cytokine Growth Factor Rev   (1998 Sep-Dec);   PMID: 9918125
Komastu T, Ireland DD, Reiss CS
 
Does nitric oxide play a critical role in viral infections?
J Virol   (1998 Jun);  PMC109964 free full-text archive
Reiss CS, Komatsu T
 
IFN-gamma is not required in the IL-12 response to vesicular stomatitis virus infection of the olfactory bulb.
J Immunol   (1997 Oct 1);   PMID: 9317143
Komatsu T, Reiss CS
 
Interleukin-12 promotes recovery from viral encephalitis.
Viral Immunol   (1997);   PMID: 9095530
Komatsu T, Barna M, Reiss CS
 
Interleukin-12 promotes enhanced recovery from viral infection of neurons in the central nervous system.
Ann N Y Acad Sci   (1996 Oct 31);   PMID: 8958937
Reiss CS, Komatsu T, Barna M, Bi Z
 
Activation of type III nitric oxide synthase in astrocytes following a neurotropic viral infection.
Virology   (1996 Sep 15);   PMID: 8806568
Barna M, Komatsu T, Reiss CS
 
Interferon-gamma induced type I nitric oxide synthase activity inhibits viral replication in neurons.
J Neuroimmunol   (1996 Aug);   PMID: 8784266
Komatsu T, Bi Z, Reiss CS
 
Sex differences in susceptibility to viral infection of the central nervous system.
J Neuroimmunol   (1996 Jun);   PMID: 8707928
Barna M, Komatsu T, Bi Z, Reiss CS
 
Host immune response to vesicular stomatitis virus infection of the central nervous system in C57BL/6 mice.
Viral Immunol   (1996);   PMID: 8890478
Christian AY, Barna M, Bi Z, Reiss CS
 
IL-12 promotes enhanced recovery from vesicular stomatitis virus infection of the central nervous system.
J Immunol   (1995 Dec 15);   PMID: 7499854
Bi Z, Quandt P, Komatsu T, Barna M, Reiss CS
 
Vesicular stomatitis virus infection of the central nervous system activates both innate and acquired immunity.
J Virol   (1995 Oct);  PMC189547 free full-text archive
Bi Z, Barna M, Komatsu T, Reiss CS
 
Processing of a viral glycoprotein in the endoplasmic reticulum for class II presentation.
Eur J Immunol   (1995 Aug);   PMID: 7664784
Bartido SM, Diment S, Reiss CS
 
Pathogenesis of murine encephalitis limited by defective interfering particles. An immunohistochemical study.
J Neurovirol   (1995 Jun);   PMID: 9222359
Plakhov IV, Aoki C, Reiss CS, Huang AS
 
The earliest events in vesicular stomatitis virus infection of the murine olfactory neuroepithelium and entry of the central nervous system.
Virology   (1995 May 10);   PMID: 7747478
Plakhov IV, Arlund EE, Aoki C, Reiss CS
 
Inhibition of vesicular stomatitis virus infection by nitric oxide.
J Virol   (1995 Apr);  PMC188889 free full-text archive
Bi Z, Reiss CS
 
Inhibition of vesicular stomatitis virus RNA synthesis by protein hyperphosphorylation.
J Virol   (1994 Aug);  PMC236439 free full-text archive
Chang TL, Reiss CS, Huang AS
 
Distribution of vesicular stomatitis virus proteins in the brains of BALB/c mice following intranasal inoculation: an immunohistochemical analysis.
Brain Res   (1994 Jan 28);   PMID: 8173982
Huneycutt BS, Plakhov IV, Shusterman Z, Bartido SM, Huang A, Reiss CS, Aoki C
 
Central neuropathogenesis of vesicular stomatitis virus infection of immunodeficient mice.
J Virol   (1993 Nov);  PMC238109 free full-text archive
Huneycutt BS, Bi Z, Aoki CJ, Reiss CS
 
The current status of viral immunology.
Immunol Today   (1993 Jul);   PMID: 8103337
Reiss CS, Rouse BT
 
Lymphokine expression profile of resting and stimulated CD4+ CTL clones specific for the glycoprotein of vesicular stomatitis virus.
Cell Immunol   (1993 Jan);   PMID: 8381052
Cao BN, Huneycutt BS, Gapud CP, Arceci RJ, Reiss CS
 
Epstein-Barr virus-encoded small RNAs (EBERs) do not modulate interferon effects in infected lymphocytes.
J Virol   (1992 Aug);  PMC241388 free full-text archive
Swaminathan S, Huneycutt BS, Reiss CS, Kieff E
 
Altered histopathology in protein-deprived mice during Sendai virus pneumonia: evidence for delayed inflammatory response and recovery.
J Infect Dis   (1992 May);   PMID: 1314870
Pena-Cruz V, Bronson RT, Reiss CS, McIntosh K
 
Newly synthesized class II MHC chains are required for VSV G presentation to CTL clones.
Cell Immunol   (1992 Jan);   PMID: 1309489
Reiss CS, Gapud CP, Keil W
 
Replication-defective viruses modulate immune responses.
J Immunol   (1991 Oct 15);   PMID: 1655896
Browning MJ, Huneycutt BS, Huang AS, Reiss CS
 
Sendai virus infection of normal and protein malnourished mice: response of airway leukocytes to infection.
Microb Pathog   (1991 Sep);   PMID: 1666170
Lee HJ, Moody CT, Reiss CS, Pena-Cruz V, McIntosh K
 
Murine infection by vesicular stomatitis virus: initial characterization of the H-2d system.
J Virol   (1991 Sep);  PMC248957 free full-text archive
Forger JM 3rd, Bronson RT, Huang AS, Reiss CS
 
The soluble viral glycoprotein of vesicular stomatitis virus efficiently sensitizes target cells for lysis by CD4+ T lymphocytes.
J Virol   (1990 Aug);  PMC249676 free full-text archive
Browning M, Reiss CS, Huang AS
 
Cytolytic T lymphocytes from the BALB/c-H-2dm2 mouse recognize the vesicular stomatitis virus glycoprotein and are restricted by class II MHC antigens.
J Immunol   (1990 Aug 1);   PMID: 1695651
Browning MJ, Huang AS, Reiss CS
 
Sendai virus infection of mice with protein malnutrition.
J Virol   (1989 Aug);  PMC250935 free full-text archive
Pena-Cruz V, Reiss CS, McIntosh K
 
T cell hybridomas define the class II MHC-restricted response to vesicular stomatitis virus infection.
Microb Pathog   (1988 Nov);   PMID: 2853279
Petrarca MA, Reiss CS, Diamond DC, Boni J, Burakoff SJ, Faller DV
 
Effect of anthelminthic treatment on the immune response of mice.
Lab Anim Sci   (1987 Dec);   PMID: 3501817
Reiss CS, Herrman JM, Hopkins RE 2nd
 
Recognition of EBV plasma membrane protein expressed on murine cells after gene transfer.
J Immunol   (1987 Aug 1);   PMID: 3036945
Reiss CS, Wang D, Ghosh D, Gaposchkin C, Kieff E
 
VSV G protein induces murine cytolytic T lymphocytes.
Microb Pathog   (1986 Jun);   PMID: 2854599
Reiss CS, Chen SS, Huang AS, Doherty R
 
Viral-restricted cytolytic T lymphocyte recognition of hybrid human-murine class I histocompatibility antigens.
Cell Immunol   (1986 Apr 15);   PMID: 2428530
Maziarz RT, Burakoff SJ, Reiss CS
 
Biochemical and functional analyses of a secreted H-2Ld molecule.
Mol Cell Biol   (1986 Apr);  PMC367644 free full-text archive
Murre C, Parker KC, Reiss CS, Driller JP, Wiley DC, Burakoff SJ, Seidman JG
 
Recognition of the alpha-1 and alpha-2 domains of H-2 molecules by allospecific cloned T cells.
J Immunol   (1986 Mar 15);   PMID: 2419424
Reiss CS, Greenstein JL, Crimmins MA, Liu LL, Rao A, Maziaraz RT, Murre C, Burakoff SJ
 
Inducible expression of class II major histocompatibility complex antigens and the immunogenicity of vascular endothelium.
Transplantation   (1986 Feb);   PMID: 2935977
Pober JS, Collins T, Gimbrone MA Jr, Libby P, Reiss CS
 
Human dermal fibroblasts present tetanus toxoid antigen to antigen-specific T cell clones.
J Clin Invest   (1985 Jul);  PMC423759 free full-text archive
Umetsu DT, Pober JS, Jabara HH, Fiers W, Yunis EJ, Burakoff SJ, Reiss CS, Geha RS
 
H-2Ld antigen encoded by a recombinant retrovirus genome is expressed on the surface of infected cells.
Mol Cell Biol   (1985 Jun);  PMC366867 free full-text archive
Weis JH, Reiss CS, Mulligan RC, Burakoff SJ, Seidman JG
 
Interactions of T lymphocytes with human vascular endothelial cells: role of endothelial cells surface antigens.
Immunobiology   (1984 Dec);   PMID: 6397428
Pober JS, Gimbrone MA Jr, Collins T, Cotran RS, Ault KA, Fiers W, Krensky AM, Clayberger C, Reiss CS, Burakoff SJ
 
Dissection of serological and cytolytic T lymphocyte epitopes on murine major histocompatibility antigens by a recombinant H-2 gene separating the first two external domains.
J Exp Med   (1984 Jul 1);  PMC2187433 free full-text archive
Murre C, Choi E, Weis J, Seidman JG, Ozato K, Liu L, Burakoff SJ, Reiss CS
 
Construction, expression and recognition of an H-2 molecule lacking its carboxyl terminus.
Nature   (1984 Feb 2-8);   PMID: 6363940
Murre C, Reiss CS, Bernabeu C, Chen LB, Burakoff SJ, Seidman JG
 
Cytotoxic T lymphocyte recognition of class I H-2 antigens after DNA-mediated gene transfer.
Fed Proc   (1984 Feb);   PMID: 6198217
Reiss CS, Evans GA, Murre C, Margulies DH, Seidman JG, Burakoff SJ
 
Interferon production by cultured murine splenocytes in response to influenza virus-infected cells.
J Interferon Res   (1984);   PMID: 6325553
Reiss CS, Liu LL, Mowshowitz SL
 
Limiting dilution cultures reveal latent influenza virus-specific helper T cells in virus-primed mice.
J Mol Cell Immunol   (1984);   PMID: 6242862
Miller RA, Reiss CS
 
A molecular analysis of the cytolytic T lymphocyte response.
Adv Immunol   (1984);   PMID: 6239523
Burakoff SJ, Weinberger O, Krensky AM, Reiss CS
 
Lymphocytes recognize human vascular endothelial and dermal fibroblast Ia antigens induced by recombinant immune interferon.
Nature   (1983 Oct 20-26);   PMID: 6415484
Pober JS, Collins T, Gimbrone MA Jr, Cotran RS, Gitlin JD, Fiers W, Clayberger C, Krensky AM, Burakoff SJ, Reiss CS
 
Evidence for genetic restriction in the suppression of erythropoiesis by a unique subset of T lymphocytes in man.
J Clin Invest   (1983 Aug);  PMC1129229 free full-text archive
Lipton JM, Nadler LM, Canellos GP, Kudisch M, Reiss CS, Nathan DG
 
Allospecific and virus-specific cytolytic T lymphocytes are restricted to the N or C1 domain of H-2 antigens expressed on L cells after DNA-mediated gene transfer.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A   (1983 May);  PMC393897 free full-text archive
Reiss CS, Evans GA, Margulies DH, Seidman JG, Burakoff SJ
 
Ia expression by vascular endothelium is inducible by activated T cells and by human gamma interferon.
J Exp Med   (1983 Apr 1);  PMC2186979 free full-text archive
Pober JS, Gimbrone MA Jr, Cotran RS, Reiss CS, Burakoff SJ, Fiers W, Ault KA
 
Cytotoxic T cells directed against HLA-DR antigens and their surface proteins.
Diagn Immunol   (1983);   PMID: 6238749
Burakoff SJ, Clayberger C, Hemler M, Krensky AM, Reiss CS, Robbins E, Sanchez-Madrid F, Springer TA, Strominger JL, Ware CF
 
Specificity of OKT4+ cytotoxic T lymphocyte clones.
J Immunol   (1982 Nov);   PMID: 6181153
Krensky AM, Clayberger C, Reiss CS, Strominger JL, Burakoff SJ
 
Generation of long-term human cytolytic cell lines with persistent natural killer activity.
J Immunol   (1982 Oct);   PMID: 6286775
Krensky AM, Ault KA, Reiss CS, Strominger JL, Burakoff SJ
 
Genetic control of the cytolytic T lymphocyte response to influenza viruses: H-2 genes influence the response to H-2Kb plus virus.
J Immunol   (1982 May);   PMID: 6174627
Reiss CS, Dorf ME, Benacerraf B, Burakoff SJ
 
Long-term human cytolytic T-cell lines allospecific for HLA-DR6 antigen are OKT4+.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A   (1982 Apr);  PMC346194 free full-text archive
Krensky AM, Reiss CS, Mier JW, Strominger JL, Burakoff SJ
 
Specificity of the helper T cell for the cytolytic T lymphocyte response to influenza viruses.
J Exp Med   (1981 Aug 1);  PMC2186412 free full-text archive
Reiss CS, Burakoff SJ
 
Cellular immune responses of mice to influenza virus infection.
Cell Immunol   (1980 Dec);   PMID: 6258809
Reiss CS, Schulman JL
 
Cellular immune responses of mice to influenza virus vaccines.
J Immunol   (1980 Nov);   PMID: 7191866
Reiss CS, Schulman JL
 
Development and characterization of allospecific long-term human cytolytic T-cell lines.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A   (1980 Sep);  PMC350073 free full-text archive
Reiss CS, Hemler ME, Englehard VH, Mier JW, Strominger JL, Burakoff SJ
 
Influenza type A virus M protein expression on infected cells is responsible for cross-reactive recognition by cytotoxic thymus-derived lymphocytes.
Infect Immun   (1980 Aug);  PMC551185 free full-text archive
Reiss CS, Schulman JL
 
Cell-mediated immunity to viral glycoproteins.
Rev Infect Dis   (1980 Jan-Feb);   PMID: 6994203
Burakoff SJ, Reiss CS, Finberg R, Mescher MF
 
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