Meredith Jackrel is a post-doctoral researcher. She received her Ph.D. in Chemistry from Yale University in 2010 and graduated from the College of New Jersey with a BS in Chemistry in 2004. In 2011, Meredith won an American Heart Association Post-Doctoral Fellowship! In 2014, Meredith was selected as a finalist for the 2014 Regeneron Prize for Creative Innovation in a Postdoctoral Fellow.
Jackrel, M.E., A. Tariq, K. Yee, R. Weitzman, and J. Shorter. (2014). Isolating potentiated Hsp104 variants using yeast proteinopathy models. J. Vis. Exp. In press.
Jackrel, M.E., and J. Shorter. (2014). Potentiated Hsp104 variants suppress toxicity of diverse neurodegenerative disease-linked proteins. Dis. Model Mech. doi: 10.1242/dmm.016113. pdf file link
Jackrel, M.E., and J. Shorter. (2014). Reversing deleterious protein aggregation with re-engineered protein disaggregases. Cell Cycle. 13(9):1379-1383. pdf file link
Jackrel, M.E., M.E. DeSantis, B.A. Martinez, L.M. Castellano, R.M. Stewart, K.A. Caldwell, G.A. Caldwell, and J. Shorter. (2014). Potentiated Hsp104 variants antagonize diverse proteotoxic misfolding events. Cell. 156:170–182. pdf file link
DeSantis, M.E., E.H. Leung, E.A. Sweeny, M.E. Jackrel, M. Cushman-Nick, A. Neuhaus-Follini, S. Vashist, M.A. Sochor, M.N. Knight, and J. Shorter. (2012). Operational Plasticity Enables Hsp104 to Disaggregate Diverse Amyloid and Non-Amyloid Clients. Cell. 151:778-793. pdf file link
Jackrel, M.E. and J. Shorter. (2011). Shock and awe: unleashing the heat shock response to treat Huntington disease. J. Clin. Invest. 121(8): 2972-2975. pdf file link
Jackrel, M.E., A.L. Cortajarena, T.Y. Liu and L.Regan. (2010). Screening libraries to identify proteins with desired binding activities using a split-GFP reassembly assay. ACS Chem Biol. 5 (6): 553–562. pdf file link
Jackrel, M.E., R. Valverde and L. Regan. (2009) Redesign of a protein - peptide interaction: characterization and applications. Protein Science. 18(4): 762-74. pdf file link
Champion, E.A., B.H. Lane, M.E. Jackrel, L.Regan and S.J. Baserga. (2008). A direct interaction between the Utp6 half-a-tetratricopeptide repeat domain and a specific peptide in Utp21 is essential for efficient pre-rRNA processing. Mol Cell Biol. 28(21): 6547-56. pdf file link