Center for Cell Clearance: Jonathan Kipnis Publications

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Kipnis Laboratory Selected Publications



· Kipnis, J et al.  Immunity and cognition: what do age-related dementia, HIV-dementia and 'chemo-brain' have in common?  Trends Immunol29(10),  455-63  (2008)   PubMed Link  

· Hanisch et al.  Toll-like receptors: roles in neuroprotection?  Trends Neurosci.  31(4), 176-82  (2008)   PubMed Link

· Garg,S et al.  Neuroprotective Immunity: T cell-derived Glutamate Endows Astrocytes with a Neuroprotective Phenotype.  J Immunol.  180(6), 3866-73  (2008)   PubMed Link

· Brynskikh, A et al.  Adaptive immunity affects learning behavior in mice.  Brain Behav Immun.  22(6),  861-9  (2008)   PubMed Link



· Liu, J et al.  T cell independent mechanism for copolymer-1-induced neuroprotection.  Eur J Immunol.  37(11),  3143-54  (2007)   PubMed Link  

· Lewitus, GM et al.  CD4+CD25- effector T-cells inhibit hippoccampal long-term potentiation in vitro.  Eur J Neurosci.  26(6),  1399-406  (2007)   PubMed Link

· Johnson, TV et al.  Bacterial DNA confers neuroprotection after optic nerve injury by suppressing CD4+CD25+ regulatory T-cell activity.  Invest Ophthamol Vis Sci.  48(8),  3441-9  (2007)   PubMed Link



· Cohen, H et al.  Maladaptation to mental stress mitigated by the adaptive immune systme via depletion of naturally occurring regulatory CD4+CD25+ cells.  J Neurobiol.  66(6),  552-63  (2006)   PubMed Link

· Ziv, Y et al.  Immune cells contribute to the maintenance of neurogenesis and spatial learning abilities in adulthood.  Nat Neurosci.  9(2),  268-75  (2006)   PubMed Link


· Kipnis, J et al.  Dopamine, through the extracellular signal-related kinase pathway, downregulates CD4+CD25+ regulatory T-cell activity: implications for neurodegeneration.  J Neurosci.  24(27),  6133-43  (2004)   PubMed Link

· Kipnis, J et al.  T cell deficiency leads to cognitive dysfunction: implications for therapeutic vaccination for schizophrenia and other psychiatric conditions.  Proc Natl Acad Sci USA.  101(21),  8180-5  (2004)   PubMed Link



· Schwartz, M and Kipnis, J.  Autoimmunity on alert: naturally occurring regulatory CD4+CD25+ T cells as part of the evolutionary compromise between a 'need' and a 'risk'.  Trends Immunol.  23(11),  530-4  (2002)   PubMed Link

· Kipnis et al.  Neuroprotective autoimmunity: naturally occuring CD4+CD25+ regulatory T cells supress the ability to withstand injury to the central nervous system.  Proc Natl Acad Sci USA.  99(24),  15620-5  (2002)   PubMed Link