Sue Zhang Sabol, LAc, MD-China, PhD.
Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine

8120 Woodmont Ave, Suite 120, Bethesda MD 20814 USA
Tel: ​​(301)-718-8858 or (301)-908-1703
Fax: 301-718-8585

(Papers in English are listed; papers in Chinese medical journals in the 1980s not listed): Note: Papers prior to 1996 use my maiden name Suping Zhang or (Zhang Suping).

1. Zhang, S., Hirano, T., Murashima, J., Hashimoto, H., Hirose, H., Kitagawa, R., and Okumura, K.: Studies on circulating immune complexes (CIC) in liver cirrhosis: correlation with C3b receptor (CR1). J. Jap. Soc. Immunol 19: 263-267 (1989).

2. Hirano, T., Zhang, S., Hashimoto, H., and Okumura, K.: Characterization of murine complement receptor type 2 (CR2) and its immunological cross-reactivity with type 1 receptor (CR1). Complement Symposium 27: 21-24 (1990).

3. Zhang, S., Hirano, T., Murashima, J., Hirose, S., Kitagawa R., and Okumura, K.: The abnormalities of C3 cascade and hyperproduction of immune complexes in patients with liver cirrhosis. Jpn. J. Clin. Immunol. 14: 300-306 (1991).

4. Noguchi, M., Zhang, S., Hirano, T., Hashimoto, H., Hirose, S., Iwamori, M., and Okumura, K.: Significant decrease of cholera toxin receptors (GM1-gangliosides) on murine fetal thymocytes during development. J. Jap. Soc. Immunol. 21: 286-290 (1991).

5. Zhang, S., Noguchi, M., Hirano, T., Hashimoto, H., Hirose, S., Iwamori, M., and Okumura, K.: Coexistence of cholera toxin receptor (GM1-gangliosides) with Thy1.2 on murine early fetal thymocytes during ontogeny. J. Jap. Soc. Immunol. 22: 321-324 (1992).

6. Nogu
chi, M., Zhang, S., Taguchi, J., Hirano, T., Hashimoto, H., Hirose, S., Iwamori, M., and Okumura, K.: Unique T cell differentiation markers: gangliosides with cholera toxin receptor activity on murine fetal thymocytes. Cellular Immunol. 156: 402-413 (1994).
7. Qiu, Z., Verlinde, C.L., Zhang, S., Schmitt, M.P., Holmes, R.K., and Hol, W.G.: Three-dimensional structure of the diphtheria toxin repressor in complex with divalent cation corepressors. Structure 3: 87-100 (1995).

8. Lesch, K. P., Bengel, D., Heils, A., Sabol, S.Z., Greenberg, B.D., Petri, S., Benjamin, J., Muller, R.C., Hamer, D. H., and Murphy, D.L.: A gene regulatory region polymorphism alters serotonin transporter expression and is associated with anxiety-related personality traits. Science 274: 1527-1531 (1996).

9. Sabol, S. Z., Hu, S., and Hamer, D., A functional polymorphism in the monoamine oxidase A gene promoter. Human Genetics 103: 273-279 (1998).

10. Sabol, S. Z, Nelson, M., Fisher, C., Gunzerath, L., Brody, C., Hu, S, Sirota, L. A., Marcus, S., Greenberg, B., Lucas, F.R., Benjamin, J., Murphy, D., and Hamer, D. H. A genetic association for cigarette smoking behavior. Health Psychology 18, 7-13 1999.

11. Dussurget, O., Timm. J., Gomez, M., Hu S., Sabol S. Z., and Holmes R. Transcriptional control of the iron-responsive fxbA gene by the mycobacterial regulator IdeR. J. Bacteriol. 181, 3402-3408 (1999).

12. Hu, S., Brody, C.L., Fisher, C., Gunzerath, L., Nelson, M.L., Sabol, S. Z., Sirota, L.A., Marcus, S.L., Greenberg, B.F., Murphy, D.L., Interaction between the serotonin transporter gene and neuroticism in cigarette smoking and cessation. Mol. Psychiatry 5, 181-188 (2000).

13. Hamer, D.H., Greenberg, B.D., Sabol, S.Z., Murphy, D.L. Role of the serotonin transporter gene in temperament and character. J Personal Disord. 13,312-27, 1999.

14. Sabol, S. Z, and Holmes, R. K.: Structural dynamics and functional domains of the diphtheria toxin repressor. To be submitted to Infection and Immunity.