Selected November Publications from BIDMC Faculty

BIDMC Communications

DECEMBER 03, 2020

Building on our culture of collaboration and innovation, our researchers are helping to transform medicine and health care delivery. Below are selected academic publications issued in the month of November.

A multidisciplinary telemedicine model for management of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in obstetrical patients
American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology MFM / Research / November 2020
BIDMC Authors: Liberty G. Reforma, Cassandra Duffy, Ai-ris Y. Collier, Blair J. Wylie, Scott A. Shainker, Toni H. Golen, Mary Herlihy, Aisling Lydeard, Chloe A. Zera (Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology)

Care of the patient using cannabis
Annals of Internal Medicine / In the Clinic / Nov. 3, 2020
BIDMC Author: Kevin Hill (Department of Psychiatry)

Endogenous antisense RNA curbs CD39 expression in Crohn’s disease
Nature Communications / Research / Nov. 18, 2020
BIDMC Authors: Rasika P. Harshe, Anyan Xie, Marta Vuerich, Luiza Abrahão Frank, Barbora Gromova, Haohai Zhang, Rene’ J. Robles, Samiran Mukherjee, Eva Csizmadia, Efi Kokkotou, Adam S. Cheifetz, Alan C. Moss, Simon C. Robson, Maria Serena Longhi (Department of Anesthesia, Critical Care & Pain Medicine, Division of Gastroenterology)

Retinol binding protein 4 primes the NLRP3 inflammasome by signaling through Toll-like receptors 2 and 4
PNAS / Research / Nov. 19, 2020
BIDMC Authors: Pedro M. Moraes-Vieira, Mark M. Yore, Alexandra Sontheimer-Phelps, Angela Castoldi, Julie Norseen, Pratik Aryal, Kotryna Simonyté Sjödin, Barbara B. Kahn (Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism)

Measuring experiences of facility-based care for pregnant women and newborns: a scoping review
BMJ Global Health / Research / Nov. 20, 2020
BIDMC Author: Elysia Larson (Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology)

Mining a GWAS of severe COVID-19
New England Journal of Medicine / Correspondence / Nov. 24, 2020
BIDMC Authors: Daniel H. Katz, James G. Wilson, Robert E. Gerszten (Department of Medicine)

Discovery of small-molecule inhibitors of multidrug-resistance plasmid maintenance using a high-throughput screening approach
PNAS / Research / Nov. 24, 2020
BIDMC Authors: Katelyn E. Zulauf, James E. Kirby (Department of Pathology)

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