Sandra Pritzkow
Sandra Pritzkow
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Protein misfolding, aggregation, and conformational strains in neurodegenerative diseases
C Soto, S Pritzkow
Nature neuroscience 21 (10), 1332-1340, 2018
Discriminating α-synuclein strains in Parkinson’s disease and multiple system atrophy
M Shahnawaz, A Mukherjee, S Pritzkow, N Mendez, P Rabadia, X Liu, ...
Nature 578 (7794), 273-277, 2020
Grass plants bind, retain, uptake, and transport infectious prions
S Pritzkow, R Morales, F Moda, U Khan, GC Telling, E Hoover, C Soto
Cell reports 11 (8), 1168-1175, 2015
Bacterial DNA promotes Tau aggregation
G Tetz, M Pinho, S Pritzkow, N Mendez, C Soto, V Tetz
Scientific reports 10 (1), 2369, 2020
Quantitative detection and biological propagation of scrapie seeding activity in vitro facilitate use of prions as model pathogens for disinfection
S Pritzkow, K Wagenführ, ML Daus, S Boerner, K Lemmer, A Thomzig, ...
PloS one 6 (5), e20384, 2011
The ecology of chronic wasting disease in wildlife
LE Escobar, S Pritzkow, SN Winter, DA Grear, MS Kirchgessner, ...
Biological Reviews 95 (2), 393-408, 2020
Efficient prion disease transmission through common environmental materials
S Pritzkow, R Morales, A Lyon, L Concha-Marambio, A Urayama, C Soto
Journal of biological chemistry 293 (9), 3363-3373, 2018
Detection of prions in blood of cervids at the asymptomatic stage of chronic wasting disease
C Kramm, S Pritzkow, A Lyon, T Nichols, R Morales, C Soto
Scientific reports 7 (1), 17241, 2017
Seed amplification assay for the detection of pathologic alpha-synuclein aggregates in cerebrospinal fluid
L Concha-Marambio, S Pritzkow, M Shahnawaz, CM Farris, C Soto
Nature protocols 18 (4), 1179-1196, 2023
Adaptive selection of a prion strain conformer corresponding to established North American CWD during propagation of novel emergent Norwegian strains in mice expressing elk or …
J Bian, S Kim, SJ Kane, J Crowell, JL Sun, J Christiansen, E Saijo, ...
Plos Pathogens 17 (7), e1009748, 2021
North American and Norwegian Chronic Wasting Disease prions exhibit different potential for interspecies transmission and zoonotic risk
S Pritzkow, D Gorski, F Ramirez, GC Telling, SL Benestad, C Soto
The Journal of Infectious Diseases 225 (3), 542-551, 2022
Preventive and therapeutic reduction of amyloid deposition and behavioral impairments in a model of Alzheimer’s disease by whole blood exchange
A Urayama, I Moreno-Gonzalez, D Morales-Scheihing, V Kharat, ...
Molecular psychiatry 27 (10), 4285-4296, 2022
Application of PMCA to screen for prion infection in a human cell line used to produce biological therapeutics
A Lyon, CE Mays, F Borriello, GC Telling, C Soto, S Pritzkow
Scientific Reports 9 (1), 4847, 2019
Identification of circulating microRNA signatures as potential biomarkers in the serum of elk infected with chronic wasting disease
JA Slota, SJ Medina, M Klassen, D Gorski, CM Mesa, C Robertson, ...
Scientific reports 9 (1), 19705, 2019
Grass plants bind, retain, uptake, and transport infectious prions. Cell Rep 11: 1168–1175
S Pritzkow, R Morales, F Moda, U Khan, GC Telling, E Hoover, C Soto
Central and peripheral α‐synuclein in Parkinson disease detected by seed amplification assay
LM Chahine, TG Beach, CH Adler, M Hepker, A Kanthasamy, S Appel, ...
Annals of clinical and translational neurology 10 (5), 696-705, 2023
Prion dissemination through the environment and medical practices: facts and risks for human health
S Pritzkow, D Gorski, F Ramirez, C Soto
Clinical Microbiology Reviews 34 (4), e00059-19, 2021
Transmission, strain diversity, and zoonotic potential of chronic wasting disease
S Pritzkow
Viruses 14 (7), 1390, 2022
Lack of prion transmission by sexual or parental routes in experimentally infected hamsters
R Morales, S Pritzkow, PP Hu, C Duran-Aniotz, C Soto
Prion 7 (5), 412-419, 2013
Uptake, retention, and excretion of infectious prions by experimentally exposed earthworms
S Pritzkow, R Morales, M Camacho, C Soto
Emerging Infectious Diseases 27 (12), 3151, 2021
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