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Douglas C. Hooper, PhD

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1020 Locust Street
JAH 452
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-1774
(215) 923-7745 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Immune biomarkers of treatment failure for a patient on a phase i clinical trial of pembrolizumab plus radiotherapy
  2. Serum exosomes and cytokines promote a T-helper cell type 2 environment in the peripheral blood of glioblastoma patients
  3. Acetylation of human mitochondrial citrate carrier modulates mitochondrial citrate/malate exchange activity to sustain NADPH production during macrophage activation
  4. Pre- and post-exposure safety and efficacy of attenuated rabies virus vaccines are enhanced by their expression of IFNγ
  5. Expression of interferon gamma by a recombinant rabies virus strongly attenuates the pathogenicity of the virus via induction of type I interferon
  6. T-bet is required for the rapid clearance of attenuated rabies virus from central nervous system tissue
  7. Enhancement of glioma-specific immunity in mice by “NOBEL”, an insulin-like growth factor 1 receptor antisense oligodeoxynucleotide
  8. Differential host immune responses after infection with wild-type or lab-attenuated rabies viruses in dogs
  9. Use of advanced magnetic resonance imaging techniques in neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorder
  10. Presence of Virus Neutralizing Antibodies in Cerebral Spinal Fluid Correlates with Non-Lethal Rabies in Dogs
  11. Glioma grade is associated with the accumulation and activity of cells bearing M2 monocyte markers
  12. Intramuscular inoculation of mice with the live-attenuated recombinant rabies virus TriGAS results in a transient infection of the draining lymph nodes and a robust, long-lasting protective immune response against rabies
  13. Aleuria Aurantia Lectin (AAL)-Reactive Immunoglobulin G Rapidly Appears in Sera of Animals following Antigen Exposure
  14. Temporal changes in innate immune signals in a rat model of alcohol withdrawal in emotional and cardiorespiratory homeostatic nuclei
  15. Postexposure treatment with the live-attenuated rabies virus (rv) Vaccine trigas triggers the clearance of wild-type rv from the central nervous system (cns) Through the rapid induction of genes relevant to adaptive immunity in cns tissues
  16. Oxidative stress and reduced glutamine synthetase activity in the absence of inflammation in the cortex of mice with experimental allergic encephalomyelitis
  17. The Role of Toll-Like Receptors in the Induction of Immune Responses During Rabies Virus Infection
  18. Rabies Virus Clearance from the Central Nervous System
  19. Therapeutic immune clearance of rabies virus from the CNS
  20. Plant vaccines: An immunological perspective