His study ties his expertise on Secretion together with the subject of Internal medicine. Many of his studies on Secretion involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Internal medicine. Steven L. Spitalnik incorporates Virology and Virus in his research. Steven L. Spitalnik combines Virus and Virology in his research. Steven L. Spitalnik conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Antigen and Blood type (non-human) through his research. In his articles, Steven L. Spitalnik combines various disciplines, including Blood type (non-human) and Antigen. He conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Antibody and Platelet through his works. He connects Platelet with Von Willebrand factor in his study. Von Willebrand factor and Immunology are commonly linked in his work.
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Deployment of convalescent plasma for the prevention and treatment of COVID-19.
Evan M. Bloch;Shmuel Shoham;Arturo Casadevall;Bruce S. Sachais.
Journal of Clinical Investigation (2020)
Inhibition of entry of HIV-1 in neural cell lines by antibodies against galactosyl ceramide.
Janet M. Harouse;Shama Bhat;Steven L. Spitalnik;Mark Laughlin.
Vaccination with a plasmid vector carrying the rabies virus glycoprotein gene induces protective immunity against rabies virus.
Zhi Quan Xiang;Steven Spitalnik;Minh Tran;William H. Wunner.
Transfusion of red blood cells after prolonged storage produces harmful effects that are mediated by iron and inflammation
Eldad A. Hod;Eldad A. Hod;Ning Zhang;Set A. Sokol;Boguslaw S. Wojczyk.
Thrombospondin binds falciparum malaria parasitized erythrocytes and may mediate cytoadherence.
David D. Roberts;James A. Sherwood;Steven L. Spitalnik;Lindsey J. Panton.
The Amino Acid at the X Position of an Asn-X-Ser Sequon Is an Important Determinant of N-Linked Core-glycosylation Efficiency
Susan H. Shakin-Eshleman;Steven L. Spitalnik;Lakshmi Kasturi.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1996)
Infection of colonic epithelial cell lines by type 1 human immunodeficiency virus is associated with cell surface expression of galactosylceramide, a potential alternative gp120 receptor.
Jacques Fantini;David G. Cook;Neal Nathanson;Steven L. Spitalnik.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1993)
Galactosyl ceramide or a derivative is an essential component of the neural receptor for human immunodeficiency virus type 1 envelope glycoprotein gp120.
Shama Bhat;Steven L. Spitalnik;Francisco Gonzalez-Scarano;Donald H. Silberberg.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1991)
Transfusion of human volunteers with older, stored red blood cells produces extravascular hemolysis and circulating non–transferrin-bound iron
Eldad A. Hod;Gary M. Brittenham;Genia B. Billote;Richard O. Francis.
COVID-19 infection alters kynurenine and fatty acid metabolism, correlating with IL-6 levels and renal status.
Tiffany Thomas;Davide Stefanoni;Julie A. Reisz;Travis Nemkov.
JCI insight (2020)
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