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    Katherine Koch

    TitleProject Scientist
    SchoolUniversity of California, San Diego
    Address9500 Gilman Drive #0636
    CA La Jolla 92093
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      1. Koch K, Leffert HL. Ectopic expression of CD74 in Ikkß-deleted mouse hepatocytes. Acta Histochem. 2011 Jul; 113(4):428-35. PMID: 20569972.
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      2. Koch K, Leffert HL. Hypothesis: Targeted Ikkß deletion upregulates MIF signaling responsiveness and MHC class II expression in mouse hepatocytes. Hepat Med. 2010 Mar; 2010(2):39-47. PMID: 23997575.
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      3. Koch K, Maeda S, He G, Karin M, Leffert HL. Targeted deletion of hepatocyte Ikkbeta confers growth advantages. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 2009 Mar 6; 380(2):349-54. PMID: 19171122.
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      4. Koch K, Son KH, Maehr R, Pellicciotta I, Ploegh HL, Zanetti M, Sell S, Leffert HL. Immune-privileged embryonic Swiss mouse STO and STO cell-derived progenitor cells: major histocompatibility complex and cell differentiation antigen expression patterns resemble those of human embryonic stem cell lines. Immunology. 2006 Sep; 119(1):98-115. PMID: 16836618.
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      5. Zhang M, Joseph B, Gupta S, Guest I, Xu M, Sell S, Son KH, Koch K, Leffert HL. Embryonic mouse STO cell-derived xenografts express hepatocytic functions in the livers of nonimmunosuppressed adult rats. Stem Cells. 2005 Feb; 23(2):186-99. PMID: 15671142.
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