Mita Shah

Title(s)Clinical Professor, Medicine
SchoolVc-health Sciences-schools
Address9500 Gilman Drive #
La Jolla CA 92093
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    Heparan Sulfation and Kidney Branching Morphogenesis
    NIH K08DK069324Sep 15, 2005 - Aug 31, 2011
    Role: Principal Investigator

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    1. Subtle Changes in Tacrolimus Levels Have an Impact on Early Donor-Specific Antibodies in Kidney Transplantation. Prog Transplant. 2023 Dec; 33(4):335-340. Henderson M, Awdishu L, Morris GP, Fabbri K, Shah M, Khan A, Kerr J. PMID: 37941352.
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    2. Heart-liver-kidney transplantation for AL amyloidosis using normothermic recovery and storage from a donor following circulatory death: Short-term outcome in a first-in-world experience. Am J Transplant. 2023 02; 23(2):291-293. Brubaker AL, Urey MA, Taj R, Parekh JR, Berumen J, Kearns M, Shah M, Khan A, Kono Y, Ajmera V, Barman P, Tran H, Adler ED, Silva Enciso J, Asimakopoulos F, Costello C, Bower R, Sanchez R, Pretorius V, Schnickel GT. PMID: 36804136.
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    3. A Pilot Trial for Prevention of Hepatitis C Virus Transmission From Donor to Organ Transplant Recipient With Short-Course Glecaprevir/Pibrentasvir. Open Forum Infect Dis. 2022 Nov; 9(11):ofac550. Ramirez-Sanchez C, Kozuch J, Shah MM, Berumen J, Mekeel K, Schnickel G, Taremi M, Golts E, Afshar K, Adler E, Pretorius V, Aslam S. PMID: 36420058; PMCID: PMC9679803.
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    4. Successful heart and kidney transplantation from a deceased donor with PCR positive COVID-19. Transpl Infect Dis. 2021 10; 23(5):e13707. Sigler R, Shah M, Schnickel G, Pretorius V, Dan J, Taremi M, Aslam S. PMID: 34322981; PMCID: PMC8420301.
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    5. An Adapted Process and Organ Procurement Perspective on Heart Retransplantation for a Healthy Heart's Third Life. Prog Transplant. 2021 09; 31(3):267-270. Nethercot DC, Shah M, Stocks LM, Trageser JM, Pretorius V, Morris GP. PMID: 34114514.
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    6. Interaction Between Cyclosporine and Palbociclib in a Renal Transplant Patient: Case Report and Pharmacokinetic Perspective. J Pharm Pract. 2020 Dec; 33(6):912-914. Momper JD, Yang J, Kerr J, Saunders I, Smith J, Shah MM. PMID: 31248333.
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    7. De Novo Postinfectious Glomerulonephritis Secondary to Nephritogenic Streptococci as the Cause of Transplant Acute Kidney Injury: A Case Report and Review of the Literature. Case Rep Transplant. 2018; 2018:2695178. Bullen A, Shah MM. PMID: 29955411; PMCID: PMC6000912.
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    8. Drug Interaction between Sirolimus and Ranolazine in a Kidney Transplant Patient. Case Rep Transplant. 2014; 2014:548243. Masters JC, Shah MM, Feist AA. PMID: 24575309; PMCID: PMC3910260.
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    9. Growth factor-dependent branching of the ureteric bud is modulated by selective 6-O sulfation of heparan sulfate. Dev Biol. 2011 Aug 01; 356(1):19-27. Shah MM, Sakurai H, Gallegos TF, Sweeney DE, Bush KT, Esko JD, Nigam SK. PMID: 21600196; PMCID: PMC3130836.
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    10. Protein kinase A regulates GDNF/RET-dependent but not GDNF/Ret-independent ureteric bud outgrowth from the Wolffian duct. Dev Biol. 2010 Nov 15; 347(2):337-47. Tee JB, Choi Y, Shah MM, Dnyanmote A, Sweeney DE, Gallegos TF, Johkura K, Ito C, Bush KT, Nigam SK. PMID: 20816800; PMCID: PMC2981800.
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    11. Hs2st mediated kidney mesenchyme induction regulates early ureteric bud branching. Dev Biol. 2010 Mar 15; 339(2):354-65. Shah MM, Sakurai H, Sweeney DE, Gallegos TF, Bush KT, Esko JD, Nigam SK. PMID: 20059993; PMCID: PMC2834281.
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    12. Neuropeptide Y functions as a facilitator of GDNF-induced budding of the Wolffian duct. Development. 2009 Dec; 136(24):4213-24. Choi Y, Tee JB, Gallegos TF, Shah MM, Oishi H, Sakurai H, Kitamura S, Wu W, Bush KT, Nigam SK. PMID: 19934016; PMCID: PMC2781055.
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    13. The instructive role of metanephric mesenchyme in ureteric bud patterning, sculpting, and maturation and its potential ability to buffer ureteric bud branching defects. Am J Physiol Renal Physiol. 2009 Nov; 297(5):F1330-41. Shah MM, Tee JB, Meyer T, Meyer-Schwesinger C, Choi Y, Sweeney DE, Gallegos TF, Johkura K, Rosines E, Kouznetsova V, Rose DW, Bush KT, Sakurai H, Nigam SK. PMID: 19726549; PMCID: PMC2781331.
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    14. How does the ureteric bud branch? J Am Soc Nephrol. 2009 Jul; 20(7):1465-9. Nigam SK, Shah MM. PMID: 19056872.
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    15. Spatiotemporal regulation of morphogenetic molecules during in vitro branching of the isolated ureteric bud: toward a model of branching through budding in the developing kidney. Dev Biol. 2004 Nov 01; 275(1):44-67. Meyer TN, Schwesinger C, Bush KT, Stuart RO, Rose DW, Shah MM, Vaughn DA, Steer DL, Nigam SK. PMID: 15464572.
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    16. Regulation of ureteric bud branching morphogenesis by sulfated proteoglycans in the developing kidney. Dev Biol. 2004 Aug 15; 272(2):310-27. Steer DL, Shah MM, Bush KT, Stuart RO, Sampogna RV, Meyer TN, Schwesinger C, Bai X, Esko JD, Nigam SK. PMID: 15282150.
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    17. Branching morphogenesis and kidney disease. Development. 2004 Apr; 131(7):1449-62. Shah MM, Sampogna RV, Sakurai H, Bush KT, Nigam SK. PMID: 15023929.
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