PUBLICATIONS

T regulatory cells 
 

2018

Oncotarget 

Cell Banking For Regulatory T Cell- Based Therapy: Strategies To Overcome the Impact of Cryopreservation On the Treg Viability And Phenotype. 

2017

Frontiers in Immunology 
AFACTT Consortium. Minimum Information About T regulatory Cells (MITREG): A Step Towards Reproducibility and Standardization.  

2016

Oncotarget 

Utilization of Leukapheresis and CD4 Positive Selection in Treg iIolation and the Ex-vivo Expansion for a Clinical Application in Transplantation and Autoimmune Disorders. 

2014

Curr Opin in Org Transpl,

Islet Cell Transplant and the Incorporation of Tregs.

2014

Transplantation Proceedings 

Improved Coating of Pancreatic Islets with Regulatory T cells to Create Local Immunosuppression by Using the Biotin-polyethylene Glycol-succinimidyl Valeric Acid Ester Molecule. Jul-Aug;46(6):1967-71.

2013

Int J Immunopharmacol.

Impact of Culture Medium on CD4+CD25highCD127lo/neg Treg Expansion for the Purpose of the Clinical Application.  

2013

Int J Immunopharmacol.

Challenges in Cryopreservation of Regulatory T cells (Tregs) for Clinical Therapeutic Applications.

2013

Int J Immunopharmacol.

Influence of Pharmacological Immunomodulatory Agents on CD4+CD25highFoxP3+ T Regulatory Cells in Humans.

2013

Int J Immunopharmacol.

IFoxP3, Helios, and SATB1: Roles and Relationships in Regulatory T Cells.

2011

Annals of  Surgery

Coating of Human Pancreatic Islets with CD4+CD25highCD127- T Regulatory Cells - a Novel Immunosuppressive Approach.

As Collaborators 
 

2016

Journal of Translational Medicine

Factors Affecting Long-term Efficacy of T Regulatory Cell-based Therapy in Type 1 Diabetics.  Dec 1;14(1):332.

2014

Clinical Immunology 

Therapy of Type 1 Diabetes with CD4+CD25highCD127-regulatory T Cells Prolongs Survival of Pancreatic Islets - Results of One-year Follow-up. Apr 1.

2012

Diabetes Care 

Administration of CD4+CD25highCD127- T Regulatory Cells Preserves β-cell Function in Type 1 Diabetes in Children. 2012, 35(9): 1817-1820.

2011

Cell Transplantation

The Time is Crucial for Ex-vivo Expansion of T Regulatory Cells for the Therapy. 20(11-12): 1747-1758.

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Transplantation Institute

Clinical  Research Center

 

Islet and Kidney Transplantation

Manager, Lindsay Basto RN MSN 

Lindsay.Basto@uchospitals.edu

tel. (773) 702-2504

fax (773) 926-0671

 

Islet and Cell Processing and Research

Manager, Karolina Golab, PhD

kgolab@surgery.bsd.uchicago.edu


Transplantation Institute

University of Chicago Medicine

5841 S. Maryland Avenue

MC 5026, J-517

Chicago IL 60637

Polish-American Transplant Center

Clinical Coordinator

Patrycja Ulijaszyk RN 

Patrycja.Ulijaszyk@uchospitals.edu

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