Kim K, Tseng A, Barazia A, Italiano JE, Cho J. DREAM plays an important role during platelet activation and thrombogenesis. Blood. 129: 209-225, 2017.
Kim K, Li J, Barazia A, Tseng A, Youn SW, Abbadessa G, Yu Y, Schwartz B, Andrews RK, Gordeuk VR, Cho J. ARQ 092, an orally-available, selective AKT inhibitor, attenuates neutrophil-platelet interactions in sickle cell disease.Haematologica. In Press.
Barazia A, Li K, Kim K, Shabrani N, Cho J. Hydroxyurea with AKT2 inhibition decreases vaso-occlusive events in sickle cell disease mice. Blood. 126: 2511-2517, 2015. (cover image)
Kim K, Li J, Tseng A, Andrews RK, Cho J. NOX2 is critical for heterotypic neutrophil-platelet interactions during vascular inflammation. Blood. 126: 1952-64, 2015.
Feng Q, Shabrani N, Thon JN, Huo H, Thiel A, Machlus KR, Kim K, Brooks J, Li F, Luo C, Kimbrel EA, Wang J, Kim KS, Italiano J, Cho J, Lu SJ, Lanza R. Scalable generation of universal platelets from human induced pluripotent stem cells.Stem Cell Reports. 3:817-31, 2014.
Wang Z, Li J, Cho J, Malik AB. Prevention of vascular inflammation by nanoparticle targeting of adherent neutrophils. Nat Nanotechnol. 9:204-10, 2014.
Li J, Kim K, Hahm E, Molokie R, Hay N, Gordeuk VR, Du X, Cho J. Neutrophil Akt2 regulates heterotypic cell-cell interactions during vascular inflammation. J Clin Invest. 124:1483-96, 2014. (Commentary in J Clin Invest. 124:1462-65, 2014).
Kim K, Hahm E, Li J, Holbrook LM, Sasikumar P, Stanley RG, Ushio-Fukai M, Gibbins JM, Cho J. Platelet protein disulfide isomerase is required for thrombus formation but not for hemostasis in mice. Blood. 122:1052-61, 2013.
Hahm E, Li J, Kim K, Huh S, Rogelj S, Cho J. Extracellular protein disulfide isomerase regulates ligand binding activity of αMβ2 inegrin and neutrophil recruitment during vascular inflammation. Blood. 121:3789-800, 2013. (Plenary Paper) (Commentary in Blood. 121:3779-80, 2013).
Lu SJ, Li F, Yin H, Feng Q, Kimbrel E, Hahm E, Thon J, Wang W, Italiano JE Jr, Cho J, Lanza R. Platelets generated from human embryonic stem cells are functional in vitro and in the microcirculation of living mice. Cell Res. 21: 530-45, 2011. (Co-corresponding author)