Bharti Garg

Title(s)Assistant Project Scientist, Surgery
SchoolVc-health Sciences-schools
Address9500 Gilman Drive #
La Jolla CA 92093
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    1. Pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma induces neural injury that promotes a transcriptomic and functional repair signature by peripheral neuroglia. Oncogene. 2023 08; 42(34):2536-2546. Weitz J, Garg B, Martsinkovskiy A, Patel S, Tiriac H, Lowy AM. PMID: 37433986; PMCID: PMC10880465.
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    2. Pancreatic Ductal Adenocarcinoma Induces Neural Injury that Promotes a Transcriptomic and Functional Repair Signature by Peripheral Neuroglia. Res Sq. 2023 Mar 28. Weitz J, Garg B, Tiriac H, Martsinkovskiy A, Patel S, Lowy A. PMID: 37034696; PMCID: PMC10081383.
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    3. An Ex Vivo Organotypic Culture Platform for Functional Interrogation of Human Appendiceal Cancer Reveals a Prominent and Heterogenous Immunological Landscape. Clin Cancer Res. 2022 Nov 01; 28(21):4793-4806. Weitz J, Hurtado de Mendoza T, Tiriac H, Lee J, Sun S, Garg B, Patel J, Li K, Baumgartner J, Kelly KJ, Veerapong J, Hosseini M, Chen Y, Lowy AM. PMID: 36067351.
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