News and Events
Auditory and Visual Research in 2001
Friday, December 14, 2001
12:00 noon to 5 pm
Robert J. Wenthold, Ph.D.
Scientific Director, NIDCD
James F. Battey, Jr., M.D., Ph.D.
- Structure and Development of Receptor Systems
- Posters and Demonstrations
- Clinical Studies and Translational Research
- Online Photo Album
Structure and Development of Receptor Systems
Doris Wu, Ph.D.
Acting Chief, Section of Sensory Cell Regeneration & Development
Joram Piatigorsky, Ph.D.
Chief, Laboratory of Molecular and Developmental Biology, NEI
"Developmental pathways in lens and cornea"
Matthew Kelley, Ph.D.
Acting Chief, Section on Developmental Neuroscience, NIDCD
"Determination of cell fate and cell patterning in the mammalian cochlea"
Bechara Kachar, M.D.
Chief, Section on Structural Cell Biology, NIDCD
"Essential cytoskeletal components in sensory stereocilia development and function"
Posters and Demonstrations
Snacks and Beverages
Clinical Studies and Translational Research
Janine Smith, M.D.
Deputy Clinical Director
Emily Chew, M.D.
Deputy Director, Division of Epidemiology and Clinical Research, NEI
"Causes, prevention, and treatment of vision disorders"
Graeme Wistow, Ph.D.
Chief, Section on Molecular Structure and Function, NEI
"NEIBANK: Bioinformatics and Functional Genomics"
Thomas B. Friedman, Ph.D.
Chief, Laboratory of Molecular Genetics, NIDCD
"Molecular genetics of hereditary deafness"
Paul Sieving, M.D., Ph.D.
James Battey, Paul Sieving
Robert Wenthold, Robert Nussenblatt, Robert Wurtz
David Robinson, Deborah Carper
John Paul SanGiovanni
1. Refining the genetic interval for an autosomal dominant hearing impairment locus, DFNA27, on chromosome 4q12-13. LM Peters, RA Fridell, EA Boger, AC Madeo, T San Agustin, MJ Brownstein, TB Friedman, RJ Morell
2. The H723R mutation of PDS: Evidence for a founder allele that is a common cause of recessive deafness in Korea. H-J Park, S Abe, K Tukamoto, X-Z Liu, R Erdentungalag, J Radnaabazar, A Pandya, WE Nance, S Usami, AJ Griffith
3. Ascertainment of familial cases of auditory tone deafness. J Larsen, K Laws, S Woodward, D Drayna
4. Natural history of Usher syndrome and comparison of severity of Usher type I and II. E Tsilou, BI Rubin, RC Caruso, G Reed, JF Hejtmancik, F Iwata, J Redman, MI Kaiser-Kupfer
5. Cloning of a novel cadherin, Cdh23, and identification of mutations in waltzer (v) and Usher syndrome type 1D. F Di Palma, H Bolz, R Holme, E Bryda, I Belyantseva, B Kachar, K Steel, C Kubisch, K Noben-Trauth
6. Mutations in CDH23 cause nonsyndromic deafness (DFNB12) and Usher syndrome type 1D (USH1D). JM Bork, S Riazuddin, Z Ahmed, S Riazuddin, ER Wilcox, TB Friedman, RJ Morell
7. Genetic analysis of bitter taste deficits in humans. U-K Kim, B Otterud, H Coon, M Leppert, D Drayna
8. Linkage studies of stuttering in consanguineous families. N Riaz, J Ahmad, S Riazuddin, D Drayna
9. A family of 12 human genes containing oxysterol-binding domains. CJ Jaworski, IR Rodriguez
10. Expression and promoter activation of the RPE65 gene in vivo and in vitro. A Boulanger, SY Liu, S Yu, TM Redmond
11. Genomic organization and alternative splicing of a new olfactomedin-related gene highly expressed in the tissues of the rat eye angle and retina. R Trivedi, M Torrado, R Zinovieva, F Ahmed, SI Tomarev
12. Molecular profiling of squamous cell carcinoma cells by differential display and cDNA microarray reveals altered expression of multiple genes related to growth, apoptosis, angiogenesis and the NF-kappaB signal pathway. Z Chen, G Dong, E Loukinova, L Gangi, TI Chanturita, ET Liu, C Van Waes
13. Issues and progress in the production of the NEIbank human eyechip. KM Peterson, EA Donarum, G Wistow
14. Construction and analysis of a taste receptor-cell enriched cDNA library. N Lopez, E Sainz, J Battey, S Sullivan
15. Changes in gene expression pattern in the retina after experimentally-induced neuronal degeneration. F Ahmed, KM Brown, DA Stephan, J Morrison, E Johnson, SI Tomarev
16. Identification of two cDNAs, ID1 and FABP, up-regulated upon lens cell differentiation. DR Ledee, PS Zelenka
17. Characterization of human aldose reductase expression in retina of SMAA-HAR mice. FI Hickman, G Pagan-Mercado, T Yamamoto, RN Fariss, E Wawrousek, J Tsai
18. Characterization of vascular GFP expression in SMAA-GFP mice. J Tsai, RN Fariss, E Wawrousek, G Pagan-Mercado, FI Hickman, T Yamamoto
19. Evidence of spatially distinct cation and calcimimetic compound (NPS 568) recognition sites in transmembrane regions of the human Ca2+ receptor. K Ray, JK Northup
20. G-beta-gamma affinity for bovine rhodopsin is determined by the carboxyl terminal sequences of the gamma subunit. X Jian, WA Clark, J Kowalak, SP Markey, WF Simonds, JK Northup
21. Effect of thiolation of alpha-crystallin on the chaperoning of denatured lactalbumin and insulin. R Neal, K Wawrousek, JS Zigler, Jr
22. New eye proteins from data mining. MK Wyatt, GJ Wistow
23. Characterization of PEDF-collagen interactions. C Meyer, R Farris, SP Becerra
24. Identification of lens proteins interacting with MIP/Aquaporin 0. J Fan, AK Donovan, DR Ledee, PS Zelenka, AB Chepelinsky
25. Optimedin, a new olfactomedin-related protein interacting with myocilin. SI Tomarev, M Torrado, R Trivedi, I Karavanova
26. Knockout of small heat shock protein genes alphaA - and alphaB-crystallin: Lens and muscle phenotypes. E Wawrousek, JP Brady, ER Tamm, DL Garland, DE Green, J Horwitz, WG Robison
27. The NEI central transgenic facility: A core facility supporting vision research. C Haugen, S Lee, E Wawrousek
28. Heat shock proteins and lens pathology. C Colvis, D Garland
29. Protein prenylation, statins, and cataract. QF Cheng, JS Zigler, Jr
30. Gene expression of matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs) and tissue inhibitory metalloproteinases (TIMPs) in an oxidative stress model of cataract. M John, A Spector, D Carper
31. Role of "nonlethal" blebbing in protection of human retinal pigment epithelial cells (ARPE-19) from oxidative stress: Relevance to age related macular degeneration (AMD). NS Strunnikova, C Zhang, K Csaky
32. Regression of SV40 T antigen-induced ocular tumor is mediated by the tumor suppressors IRF-1 and ICSBP. CE Egwuagu, W Li, C-R Yu, SJ Ebong, T Nakamura, C-C Chan, AB Chepelinsky
33. The protective role of estrogen in the ocular lens. Z Chen, O Venturelli, S Subramanian, D Carper
34. Proteomics: application to lens development. D Garland, D Wilson, J Meyer, C Colvis
35. Developmental loss of alphaB-crystallin promoter activity of the blind mole rat in the lens and not in the heart and muscle. RB Hough, A Avivi, J Davis, J Alma, E Nevo, J Piatigorsky
36. Inhibition of protein kinase C induces supernumerary inner hair cells in the developing mammalian cochlea. A Dabdoub, MJ Donohue, J Jones, PJ Lanford, MW Kelley
37. Cellular patterning in the organ of Corti is dependent on interactions between epithelial and mesenschymal cells. M Montcouquiol, MW Kelley
38. Expression of Splat1 and 3 in the development of the mouse inner ear. O Howard, DK Wu
39. Basic fibroblast growth factor and bone morphogenetic protein 2 act jointly in the formation of the semicircular canals during chicken inner ear development. W Chang, DK Wu
40. Investigating targeted tissues of BMP2 and 4 in the developing chicken inner ear using anti-phosphorylated smad antibody. W Chang, P ten Dijke, DK Wu
41. Water permeability of cochlear outer hair cells: Characterization and relationship to electromotility. I Belyantseva, G Frolenkov
42. A role for cdk5 in corneal epithelial cell adhesion and migration CY Gao, S Negash, PS Zelenka
43. High-resolution structure of hair-cell tip links. B Kachar
44. Cell death in human retinal pigmented epithelium (hRPE) involves apoptosis-inducing-factor and no caspase activation. C Zhang, J Baffi, K Csaky
45. Expression of stearoyl-coA desaturase in human retinal pigment epithelial cells: Regulation by retinoic acid and transforming growth factor-beta. W Samuel, RK Kutty, CN Nagineni, JJ Hooks, B Wiggert
46. Expression of beta-carotene15, 15' dioxygenase in RPE and retina comparison with RPE65. S Yu, R Bhatti, A Boulanger, RN Fariss, S Gentleman, M Redmond
47. Developing peptide vaccines that mimic lipooligosaccharide from nontypeable Haemophil Influenzae using a phage display library. Y Hou, X-X Gu
48. Intranasal immunization with a lipooligosaccharide-based conjugate vaccine from nontypeable Haemophilus influenzae enhances bacterial clearance from mouse nasopharynx. T Hirano, Y Hou, X-X Gu
49. Retroviral gene therapy for experimental autoimmune uveitis (EAU): Duration and mechanism of tolerance. RK Agarwal, DW Scott, C-C Chan, RR Caspi
50. Immunologically privileged expression of a sequestered retinal antigen results in tolerance. D Avichezer, GI Liou, C-C Chan, GM Lewis, MA Crawford, B Wiggert, RR Caspi
51. Inflammatory mediators in uveitis: Differential induction of cytokines and chemokines in Th1- vs. Th2-mediated ocular inflammation. E Foxman, M Zhang, S Hurst, T Muchamuel, D Shen, E Wawrousek, C-C Chan, I Gery
52. Cytomegalovirus infection induces differential expression and secretion of MCP-1, MCP-3 and IL-8 by human retinal pigment epithelial cells. Y Momma, CN Nagineni, MS Chin, K Srinivasan, B Detrick, JJ Hooks
53. Differential regulation of suppressors of cytokine signaling (SOCS) proteins in Th1 and Th2 lymphocytes: Implications for the cell differentiation and lineage commitment. C-R Yu, M Zhang, RM Mahdi, I Gery, CE Egwuagu
54. Chemokine receptor expression in ocular cells during herpes simplex virus 1 (HSV-1) infection. K Srinivasan, JJ Hooks
AUDITORY AND VISUAL PROCESSING/BIOSTATISTICS/MODELING:
55. A large-scale computational model relating neuronal activity for central auditory processing to functional brain imaging data. F Husain, A Ulloa, A Braun, B Horwitz
56. Diagnosis of optic chiasm decussation anomalies with steady-state flash evoked potentials. RC Caruso, LM Ayres, RW Hertle, MI Kaiser-Kupfer
57. Combining correlations from both eyes. GF Reed
58. Dry eye in patients with karyotypically normal spontaneous premature ovarian failure. JA Smith, GF Reed, SA Grieshaber, L Goodman, VH Vanderhoof, LN Nelson
59. Molecular studies of primary intraocular lymphoma. DF Shen, N Tuaillon, RR Buggage, RB Nussenblatt, C-C Chan
60. Muscle tendon enthesis in patients with congenital nystagmus. DA Galita, RW Hertle, MA Crawford, M Maybodi, C-C Chan
61. Autoantibodies to transcription coactivators p75/p52 (LEDGF) found in patients with retinopathy of unknown origin. MS Chin, R Caruso, B Detrick, JJ Hooks
62. Qualitative research activities in the Office of Communication, Health Education and Public Liaison. K Silver, R Janiszewski
63. A randomized placebo-controlled clinical trial of high-dose supplementation with vitamins C and E, beta carotene, and zinc for age-related macular degeneration and vision loss. The Age-Related Eye Disease Study Research Group
64. A randomized, placebo-controlled, clinical trial of high-dose supplementation with vitamins C and E and beta carotene for age-related cataract and vision loss. The Age-Related Eye Disease Study Research Group
65. A new PC-based method of measuring visual acuity in clinical trials: The EVA-ETDRS system. JP SanGiovanni, FL Ferris III, RW Beck, PS Moke, CA Johnson, A Turpin, EE Birch, R Kraker, TA Cox, WR O'Donnell, G Foster, R Mercer TORY
66. Steady state stimuli in clinical electrophysiology of vision. L Ayres, P Lopes, RC Caruso
67. NEIBank/Eyesite web site and databases. G Wistow, D Smith, P Gesuwan, J Gao
68. Bayes' Theorem: A pictorial tutorial. TA Cox