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Name
James Cook
Degree
M.D.
Rank
Clinical Professor
Primary Department
Infectious Disease
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Specialties
TB and nontuberculous mycobacterial infections
Locations
Loyola Outpatient Center
Certifications
American Board of Internal Medicine
American Board of Internal Medicine Subspecialty Infectious Disease
Education
Medical School
Baylor College of Medicine
Residencies
University of Utah Hospital and Clinics, Internal Medicine: General
Fellowships
University of Utah Hospital and Clinics, Internal Medicine: Infectious Disease
Publications
Radke, JR; Routes, JM; Cook, JLE1A oncogene induced sensitization to NK cell induced apoptosis requires PIDD and Caspase-2. Cell death discovery 2019 ;5
Radke, JR; Figueroa, I; Routes, JM; Cook, JLPIDD-dependent activation of caspase-2-mediated mitochondrial injury in E1A-induced cellular sensitivity to macrophage nitric oxide-induced apoptosis. Cell death discovery 2018 ;4
Radke, JR; Cook, JLHuman adenovirus infections: update and consideration of mechanisms of viral persistence. Current opinion in infectious diseases 2018 ;31(3)
Cook, J; Radke, JMechanisms of pathogenesis of emerging adenoviruses. F1000Research 2017 ;6
Radke, JR; Cook, JLExpression of adenoviral E1A throws the PIDD switch. Cell death & disease 2017 ;8(1)
Radke, JR; Siddiqui, ZK; Figueroa, I; Cook, JLE1A enhances cellular sensitivity to DNA-damage-induced apoptosis through PIDD-dependent caspase-2 activation. Cell death discovery 2016 ;2
Radke, JR; Yong, SL; Cook, JLLow-Level Expression of the E1B 20-Kilodalton Protein by Adenovirus 14p1 Enhances Viral Immunopathogenesis. Journal of virology 2015 ;90(1)
McClay, K; Mehboob, S; Yu, J; Santarsiero, BD; Deng, J; Cook, JL; Jeong, H; Johnson, ME; Steffan, RJIndole trimers with antibacterial activity against Gram-positive organisms produced using combinatorial biocatalysis. AMB Express 2015 ;5(1)
Kim, A; Wolf, NM; Zhu, T; Johnson, ME; Deng, J; Cook, JL; Fung, LWIdentification of Bacillus anthracis PurE inhibitors with antimicrobial activity. Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry 2015 ;23(7)