Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

Penn Institute for Immunology

Daniel P. Beiting

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Graduate Group Affiliations

Contact information
University of Pennsylvania
School of Veterinary Medicine
Department of Pathobiology
Rm 314 Hill Pavilion
380 S. University Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19104-4539
Office: 2158989247
Lab: 2158989247
Education:
Ph.D. (Immunology)
Cornell University, 2006.
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Description of Research Expertise

Immunology,
Microbiology,
Genomics

Selected Publications

Naradikian Martin S, Myles Arpita, Beiting Daniel P, Roberts Kenneth J, Dawson Lucas, Herati Ramin Sedaghat, Bengsch Bertram, Linderman Susanne L, Stelekati Erietta, Spolski Rosanne, Wherry E John, Hunter Christopher, Hensley Scott E, Leonard Warren J, Cancro Michael P: Cutting Edge: IL-4, IL-21, and IFN-γ Interact To Govern T-bet and CD11c Expression in TLR-Activated B Cells. Journal of immunology (Baltimore, Md. : 1950) 197(4): 1023-8, Aug 2016.

Katlinskaya Yuliya V, Katlinski Kanstantsin V, Yu Qiujing, Ortiz Angelica, Beiting Daniel P, Brice Angela, Davar Diwakar, Sanders Cindy, Kirkwood John M, Rui Hallgeir, Xu Xiaowei, Koumenis Constantinos, Diehl J Alan, Fuchs Serge Y: Suppression of Type I Interferon Signaling Overcomes Oncogene-Induced Senescence and Mediates Melanoma Development and Progression. Cell reports 15(1): 171-80, Apr 2016.

Katlinskaya Yuliya V, Katlinski Kanstantsin V, Lasri Audrey, Li Ning, Beiting Daniel P, Durham Amy C, Yang Ting, Pikarsky Eli, Lengner Christopher J, Johnson F Brad, Ben-Neriah Yinon, Fuchs Serge Y: Type I Interferons Control Proliferation and Function of the Intestinal Epithelium. Molecular and cellular biology 36(7): 1124-35, Apr 2016.

Liu Xiaohong, Berry Corbett T, Ruthel Gordon, Madara Jonathan J, MacGillivray Katelyn, Gray Carolyn M, Madge Lisa A, McCorkell Kelly A, Beiting Daniel P, Hershberg Uri, May Michael J, Freedman Bruce D: T Cell Receptor-induced Nuclear Factor κB (NF-κB) Signaling and Transcriptional Activation Are Regulated by STIM1- and Orai1-mediated Calcium Entry. The Journal of biological chemistry 291(16): 8440-52, Apr 2016.

Huang Lu, Beiting Daniel P, Gebreselassie Nebiat G, Gagliardo Lucille F, Ruyechan Maura C, Lee Nancy A, Lee James J, Appleton Judith A: Eosinophils and IL-4 Support Nematode Growth Coincident with an Innate Response to Tissue Injury. PLoS pathogens 11(12): e1005347, Dec 2015.

Davis Meghan F, Misic Ana M, Morris Daniel O, Moss John T, Tolomeo Pam, Beiting Daniel P, Nachamkin Irving, Lautenbach Ebbing, Rankin Shelley C: Genome sequencing reveals strain dynamics of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus in the same household in the context of clinical disease in a person and a dog. Veterinary microbiology 180(3-4): 304-7, Nov 2015.

Glennie Nelson D, Yeramilli Venkata A, Beiting Daniel P, Volk Susan W, Weaver Casey T, Scott Phillip: Skin-resident memory CD4+ T cells enhance protection against Leishmania major infection. The Journal of experimental medicine 212(9): 1405-14, Aug 2015.

Beiting Daniel P, Hidano Shinya, Baggs Julie E, Geskes Jeanne M, Fang Qun, Wherry E John, Hunter Christopher A, Roos David S, Cherry Sara: The Orphan Nuclear Receptor TLX Is an Enhancer of STAT1-Mediated Transcription and Immunity to Toxoplasma gondii. PLoS biology 13(7): e1002200, Jul 2015.

Misic Ana M, Cain Christine L, Morris Daniel O, Rankin Shelley C, Beiting Daniel P: Complete Genome Sequence and Methylome of Staphylococcus schleiferi, an Important Cause of Skin and Ear Infections in Veterinary Medicine. Genome announcements 3(5), 2015.

Beiting Daniel P: Protozoan parasites and type I interferons: a cold case reopened. Trends in parasitology 30(10): 491-498, Oct 2014.

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Last updated: 08/28/2016
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