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Publications

  • Giurisato, E., J. Lin, A. Harding, E. Cerutti, M. Cella, R. Lewis, M. Colonna and A. Shaw. 2009. Mitogen-Activated Protein Kinase Scaffold KSR1 Is Required for Recruitment of Extracellular Signal-Regulated Kinase to the Immunological Synapse. Molecular and Cellular Biology: 1554-1564.

  • Lin, J., K. Hou, H. Piwnica-Worms and A. Shaw. 2009. Polarity Protein Par1b/EMK/MARK2 Regulates T Cell Receptor-Induced Microtubule-Organizing Center Polarization. Journal of Immunology: 1215-1221.

  • Lin, J., A. Harding, E. Giurisato and A. Shaw. 2009. KSR1 Modulates the Sensitivity of Mitogen-Activated Protein Kinase Pathway Activation in T Cells without Altering Fundamental System Outputs. Molecular and Cellular Biology: 2082-2091.

  • Zhu, J., T. Brdicka, T. Katsumoto, J. Lin and A. Weiss. 2008. Structurally distinct Phosphatases CD45 and CD148 both regulate B cell and macrophage immunoreceptor signaling. Immunity: 183-196.

  • Kao, H., J. Lin, D. Littman, A. Shaw and P. Allen. 2008. Regulated Movement of CD4 In and Out of the Immunological Synapse. Journal of Immunology: 8248-8257.

  • Lin, J. and A. Shaw. 2005. Getting Downstream without a Raft. Cell 121: 815-816.

  • Lin, J., M. Miller and A. Shaw. 2005. c-SMAC. The Journal of Cell Biology 170: 177-182.

  • Lin, J., J. Zhu, J. Baker and A. Weiss. 2004. Regulated expression of the receptor-like tyrosine phosphatase CD148 on hemopoietic cells. Journal of Immunology: 2324-2330.

  • Hartgroves, L., J. Lin, H. Langen, T. Zech, A. Weiss and T. Harder. 2003. Synergistic assembly of linker for activation of T cells signaling protein complexes in T cell plasma membrane domains. Journal of Biological Chemistry: 20389-20394.

  • Kuhne, M., J. Lin, D. Yablonski, M. Mollenauer, L. Ehrlich, J. Huppa, M. Davis and A. Weiss. 2003. Linker for activation of T cells, zeta-associated protein-70, and Src homology 2 comain-containing leukocyte protein-76 are required for TCR-induced microtubule-organizing center polarization. Journal of Immunology: 860-866.

  • Roose, J., M. Diehn, M. Tomlinson, J. Lin, A. Alizadeh, D. Botstein, P. Brown and A. Weiss. 2003. T cell receptor-independent basal signaling via Erk and Abl kinases suppresses RAG gene expression. PLoS Biology: 271-287.

  • Lin, J. and A. Weiss. 2003. tyrosine phosphatase CD148 is excluded from the immunologic synapse and down-regulates prolonged T cell signaling. The Journal of Cell Biology 162: 673-682.

  • Kane, L., J. Lin and A. Weiss. 2002. It's all Rel-ative. Trends in Immunology: 413-420.

  • del Bosque-Plata, L., J. Lin, Y. Horikawa, P. Schwarz, N. Cox, N. Iwasaki, M. Ogata, Y. Iwamoto, M. German and G. Bell. 2001. Mutations in the coding region of the neurogenin 3 gene (NEUROG3) are not a common cause of maturity-onset diabetes of the young in Japanese subjects. Diabetes: 694-696.

  • Lee, J., S. Smith, H. Watada, J. Lin, D. Scheel, J. Wang, R. Mirmira and M. German. 2001. Regulation of the pancreatic pro-endocrine gene Neurogenin3. Diabetes: 928-936.

  • Lin, J. and A. Weiss. 2001. T cell receptor signalling. Journal of Cell Science 114: 243-244.

  • Lin, J. and A. Weiss. 2001. Identification of the minimal tyrosine residues required for linker for activation of T cell function. Journal of Biological Chemistry: 29588-29595.

  • Tomlinson, M., J. Lin and A. Weiss. 2000. Lymphocytes with a complex. Immunology Today: 584-591.

  • Lin, J., A. Weiss and T. Finco. 1999. Localization of LAT in glycolipid-enriched microdomains is required for T cell activation. Journal of Biological Chemistry: 28861-28864.

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Educational Background

  • 2003 – Ph.D., UCSF (Biomedical Sciences)

  • 1998 – M.S, UCSD (Biology)

  • 1997 – B.S., UCSD (Biochemistry and Cell Biology)

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