Wojciech A Swat
Wojciech A Swat
Associate Professor of Pathology and Immunology, Washington University School of Medicine
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The mechanism and regulation of chromosomal V (D) J recombination
CH Bassing, W Swat, FW Alt
Cell 109 (2), S45-S55, 2002
The T cell leukemia oncoprotein SCL/tal-1 is essential for development of all hematopoietic lineages
C Porcher, W Swat, K Rockwell, Y Fujiwara, FW Alt, SH Orkin
Cell 86 (1), 47-57, 1996
A critical role for DNA end-joining proteins in both lymphogenesis and neurogenesis
Y Gao, Y Sun, KM Frank, P Dikkes, Y Fujiwara, KJ Seidl, JAM Sekiguchi, ...
Cell 95 (7), 891-902, 1998
Late embryonic lethality and impaired V (D) J recombination in mice lacking DNA ligase IV
KM Frank, JAM Sekiguchi, KJ Seidl, W Swat, GA Rathbun, HL Cheng, ...
Nature 396 (6707), 173-177, 1998
MHC class I expression in mice lacking the proteasome subunit LMP-7
HJ Fehling, W Swat, C Laplace, R Kühn, K Rajewsky, U Müller, ...
Science 265 (5176), 1234-1237, 1994
Defects in actin-cap formation in Vav-deficient mice implicate an actin requirement for lymphocyte signal transduction
LJ Holsinger, IA Graef, W Swat, T Chi, DM Bautista, L Davidson, RS Lewis, ...
Current Biology 8 (10), 563-573, 1998
Defective signalling through the T-and B-cell antigen receptors in lymphoid cells lacking the vav proto-oncogene
R Zhang, FW Alt, L Davidson, SH Orkin, W Swat
Nature 374 (6521), 470-473, 1995
Requirement for cyclin D3 in lymphocyte development and T cell leukemias
E Sicinska, I Aifantis, L Le Cam, W Swat, C Borowski, Q Yu, AA Ferrando, ...
Cancer cell 4 (6), 451-461, 2003
The autophagy gene ATG5 plays an essential role in B lymphocyte development
BC Miller, Z Zhao, LM Stephenson, K Cadwell, HH Pua, HK Lee, ...
Autophagy 4 (3), 309-314, 2008
The TEL/ETV6 gene is required specifically for hematopoiesis in the bone marrow
LC Wang, W Swat, Y Fujiwara, L Davidson, J Visvader, F Kuo, FW Alt, ...
Genes & development 12 (15), 2392-2402, 1998
Podoplanin-rich stromal networks induce dendritic cell motility via activation of the C-type lectin receptor CLEC-2
SE Acton, JL Astarita, D Malhotra, V Lukacs-Kornek, B Franz, PR Hess, ...
Immunity 37 (2), 276-289, 2012
Vav3 regulates osteoclast function and bone mass
R Faccio, SL Teitelbaum, K Fujikawa, J Chappel, A Zallone, ...
Nature medicine 11 (3), 284-290, 2005
Clonal deletion of immature CD4+8+ thymocytes in suspension culture by extrathymic antigen-presenting cells
W Swat, L Ignatowicz, H Von Boehmer, P Kisielow
Nature 351 (6322), 150-153, 1991
CD 69 expression during selection and maturation of CD4+8+ thymocytes
W Swat, M Dessing, HV Boehmer, P Kisielow
European journal of immunology 23 (3), 739-746, 1993
Vav1/2/3-null mice define an essential role for Vav family proteins in lymphocyte development and activation but a differential requirement in MAPK signaling in T and B cells
K Fujikawa, AV Miletic, FW Alt, R Faccio, T Brown, J Hoog, J Fredericks, ...
The Journal of experimental medicine 198 (10), 1595-1608, 2003
Detection of apoptosis of immature CD4+ 8+ thymocytes by flow cytometry
W Swat, L Ignatowicz, P Kisielow
Journal of immunological methods 137 (1), 79-87, 1991
Vav GEFs are required for β2 integrin-dependent functions of neutrophils
MAM Gakidis, X Cullere, T Olson, JL Wilsbacher, B Zhang, SL Moores, ...
The Journal of cell biology 166 (2), 273-282, 2004
Requirements for Vav guanine nucleotide exchange factors and Rho GTPases in FcγR-and complement-mediated phagocytosis
AB Hall, MAM Gakidis, M Glogauer, JL Wilsbacher, S Gao, W Swat, ...
Immunity 24 (3), 305-316, 2006
Identification of Atg5-dependent transcriptional changes and increases in mitochondrial mass in Atg5-deficient T lymphocytes
LM Stephenson, BC Miller, A Ng, J Eisenberg, Z Zhao, K Cadwell, ...
Autophagy 5 (5), 625-635, 2009
Intrathymically expressed c-kit ligand (stem cell factor) is a major factor driving expansion of very immature thymocytes in vivo
HR Rodewald, K Kretzschmar, W Swat, S Takeda
Immunity 3 (3), 313-319, 1995
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