Selected January Publications from BIDMC Faculty

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FEBRUARY 13, 2023

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 January 2023.

Targeted systematic evolution of an RNA platform neutralizing DNMT1 function and controlling DNA methylation
Nature Communications / Original Research / January 6, 2023
BIDMC Authors: Annalisa Di Ruscio (Cancer Research Institute)

In vivo detection of bile duct pre-cancer with endoscopic light scattering spectroscopy
Nature Communications / Original Research / January 7, 2023
BIDMC Authors: Douglas K. Pleskow, Mandeep S. Sawhney, Paul K. Upputuri, Tyler M. Berzin, Mark F. Coughlan, Umar Khan, Maria Glyavina, Xuejun Zhang, Liming Chen, Conor J. Sheil, Jonah M. Cohen, Edward Vitkin, Yuri N. Zakharov, Irving Itzkan, Lei Zhang, Le Qiu, Lev T. Perelman (Center for Advanced Biomedical Imaging and Photonics, Division of Gastroenterology)

Effects of the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension Diet on change in cardiac biomarkers over time: Results from the DASH‐Sodium Trial
Journal of the American Heart Association / Original Research / January 11, 2023
BIDMC Authors: Ruth‐Alma Turkson‐Ocran, Kenneth J. Mukamal, Stephen P. Juraschek (Division of General Medicine)

Immunogenicity of BA.5 bivalent mRNA vaccine boosters
New England Journal of Medicine / Research Letter / January 11, 2023
BIDMC Authors: Ai-ris Y. Collier, Jessica Miller, Nicole P. Hachmann, Katherine McMahan, Jinyan Liu, Esther A. Bondzie, Lydia Gallup, Marjorie Rowe, Eleanor Schonberg, Siline Thai, Julia Barrett, Erica N. Borducchi, Emily Bouffard, Catherine Jacob-Dolan, Camille R. Mazurek, Audrey Mutoni, Olivia Powers, Michaela Sciacca, Nehalee Surve, Haley VanWyk, Cindy Wu, Dan H. Barouch (Center for Virology and Vaccine Research)

Protein markers of diabetes discovered in an African American cohort
Diabetes / Original Research / January 11, 2023
BIDMC Authors: Zsu-Zsu Chen, Michelle J. Keyes, Shuliang Deng, Michael Mi, Laurie A. Farrell, Dongxiao Shen, Usman A. Tahir, Daniel E. Cruz, Debby Ngo, Mark D. Benson, Jeremy M. Robbins, James G. Wilson, Robert E. Gerszten (Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine)

Misdiagnosis in the emergency department: Time for a system solution
JAMA / Perspective / January 27, 2023
BIDMC Authors: Jonathan A. Edlow (Department of Emergency Medicine)

JAMA / Perspective / January 30, 2023
BIDMC Authors: Huma Farid (Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology)

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