PUBLICATIONS

(2019) Mohammed, A.D., Khan, M.W., Chazistamou, L., Chamseddine, D., Williams-Kang, K., Enos, R., Murphy, A., Gomze, G., Oskeritzian, C., Jolly, A., Chang, Y., He, S., Pan, Z., Kubinak, J.L. Gut IgA deficiency in a mouse model of common variable immunodeficiency results in a celiac-like sprue (in submission)

(2019) Khan, M.W., Mohammed, A.D., Stephens, W.Z., Round, J.L., and Kubinak, J.L. Does MHC heterozygosity influence microbiome form and function? PLOS One (in submission)

(2018) Cornwall, D.H., Kubinak, J.L., Zachary, E., Stark, D.L., Seipel, D., and Potts, W.K. Experimental manipulation of population-level MHC diversity controls pathogen virulence evolution in Mus musculus. Journal of Evolutionary Biology (DOI: 10.1111/jeb.13225)

(2017) Soto, R., Petersen, C., Novis, C.L., Kubinak, J.L., Bell, R., Stephens, W.Z., Lane, T.E., Fujinami, R.S., Bosque, A., O'Connell, R.M., and Round, J.L. Microbiota promotes systemic T-cell survival through suppression of an apoptotic factor. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 114(21): 5497-5502.

(2017) Chiaro, T., Soto, R., Stephens, W.Z., Kubinak J.L., Petersen, C., Gogokhia, L., Bell, R., Delgado, J.C., Cox, J., Voth, W., Brown, J., Stillman, D., O’Connell, R., Tebo, A. and Round, J.L. A ember of the mycobiota modulates purine metabolism to increase intestinal permeability and colitis. Science Translational Medicine, 9(380): 1-11.

(2016) Kubinak, J.L. and Round, J.L. Antibodies control microbiota composition to maintain intestinal homeostasis. Nature Reviews in Immunology 16 (12): 767-774. (JOURNAL COVER)

(2015) Kubinak J.L. and Round J.L. MHC variation sculpts individualized microbial communities that control disease susceptibility. Nature Communications, 6: 1-13(DOI-10.1038/ncomms9642).

(2015) Kubinak, J.L., Petersen C.N., Stephens, Z., Soto, R., OConnell, R.M., and Round J.L. MyD88 Signaling in T Cells Directs IgA-Mediated Control of the Microbiota to Promote Health.

Cell Host and Microbe, 17(2): 152-163 (JOURNAL COVER)

(2015) Kubinak, J.L., Cornwall, D.H., and Potts, W.K. Alternation among host (Mus)

genotypes impedes viral adaptive responses and virulence. Proceedings of the Royal Society (Series B), 282: 20141568 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2014.1568)

(2013) Kubinak, J.L. and Potts, W.K. Host resistance influences patterns of experimental viral adaptation and virulence evolution. Virulence, 4 (5): 410-418.  

(2013) Kubinak, J.L., Ruff, J.S., Cornwall, D.H., Middlebrook, E.A., and Potts, W.K.  Experimental viral evolution reveals MHC polymorphisms as the primary host factors controlling pathogen adaptation and virulence evolution. Genes and Immunity, 14: 365-372. (FEATURED ARTICLE)

(2012) Kubinak, J.L., Ruff, J.S., Hyzer, C.W., Slev, P.R. and W.K. Potts. Experimental viral evolution is MHC genotype specific with rapid fitness and virulence increases. Proceeding of the National Academy of Science, 109 (9): 3422-3427. (JOURNAL COVER) 

(2012) Kubinak, J.L. and Round, J.L. Toll-like receptors promote mutually beneficial commensal-host interactions. PLOS Pathogens 8 (7): 1-3.

(2012) Kubinak, J.L., Nelson, A.C., Ruff, J.S., & Potts W.K. “Tradeoffs Limiting Maximal MHC Diversity” In Demas and Nelson (Eds.), Ecological Immunology. New York, NY. Oxford University Press.

(2011) Ruff, J.S., Nelson, A.C., Kubinak, J.L., & Potts W.K. “The Major Histocompatibility Complex During Social Communication” In C. Lopez-Larrea (Ed.), Self and Non-Self. Austin, TX: Landes Bioscience.

(2011) Kubinak, J.L. Host genetic diversity, pathogen adaptation and virulence evolution. Doctoral Thesis, University of Utah.