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Mayrin  Correa Medina

Mayrin Correa Medina, MD, PhD

Specialty: Pathology

Program: Pathology

Language(s): English

  • Publications

    • Martinez F, Castillo E, Griffin G, Chapman S, Dey M, Tholpady A, Kelley J, Klein K, Dasgupta A, Correa-Medina M, Lichtiger B. Technical Note: Use of a Novel Bacterial Culture Sampling Device for Pooled Whole Blood Platelets. Ann Clin Lab Sci. 2023 May.53(3):485-488. Pubmedid: 37437944.
    • Villamin C, Bates T, Mescher B, Benitez S, Martinez F, Knopfelmacher A, Correa Medina M, Klein K, Dasgupta A, Jaffray DA, Porter C, Tereffe W, Gallardo L, Kelley J. Digitally enabled hemovigilance allows real time response to transfusion reactions. Transfusion. 2022 May.62(5):1010-1018. Pubmedid: 35442519.
    • Rajbhandary S, Andrzejewski C, Fridey J, Stotler B, Tsang HC, Hindawi S, Reddy O, Medina MC, Razatos A, Narayan S, Fung M. Incorporating the entity of under-transfusion into hemovigilance monitoring: Documenting cases due to lack of inventory. Transfusion. 2022 Mar.62(3):540-545. Pubmedid: 35044688.
    • Maldonado M, Villamin CE, Murphy LE, Dasgupta A, Bassett RL, Correa Medina M, Bates TS, Martinez F, Knopfelmacher Couchonal AM, Klein K, Kelley JM. Oncology Patients Who Develop Transfusion-Associated Circulatory Overload: An Observational Study. Lab Med. 2022 Jul.53(4):344-348. Pubmedid: 35285900. Pmcid: PMC9251653.
    • Greenbaum U, Klein K, Martinez F, Song J, Thall PF, Ramdial JL, Knape C, Aung FM, Scroggins J, Knopfelmacher A, Mulanovich V, Borjan J, Adachi J, Muthu M, Leung C, Medina MC, Champlin R, Olson A, Alousi A, Rezvani K, Shpall EJ. High Levels of Common Cold Coronavirus Antibodies in Convalescent Plasma Are Associated With Improved Survival in COVID-19 Patients. Front Immunol. 2021 Apr.12:675679. Pubmedid: 33995420. Pmcid: PMC8113636.
    • Otalora L, Chavez E, Watford D, Tueros L, Correa M, Nair V, Ruiz P, Wahl P, Eddy S, Martini S, Kretzler M, Burke GW, Fornoni A, Merscher S. Identification of glomerular and podocyte-specific genes and pathways activated by sera of patients with focal segmental glomerulosclerosis. PLoS One. 2019 Oct.14(10):e0222948. Pubmedid: 31581251. Pmcid: PMC6776339.
    • Delgado PI, Correa-Medina M, Rojas CP. Pancreatic hamartoma in a premature Trisomy 18 female. Autops Case Rep. 2017 Dec.7(4):26-29. Pubmedid: 29264327. Pmcid: PMC5724052.
    • Rodriguez MM, Correa-Medina M, Whittington EE. Bilateral renal dysplasia, nephroblastomatosis, and bronchial stenosis. A new syndrome?. Fetal Pediatr Pathol. 2015 Jun.34(3):190-196. Pubmedid: 25871299. Pmcid: PMC4673526.
    • Yoo TH, Pedigo CE, Guzman J, Correa-Medina M, Wei C, Villarreal R, Mitrofanova A, Leclercq F, Faul C, Li J, Kretzler M, Nelson RG, Lehto M, Forsblom C, Groop PH, Reiser J, Burke GW, Fornoni A, Merscher S. Sphingomyelinase-like phosphodiesterase 3b expression levels determine podocyte injury phenotypes in glomerular disease. J Am Soc Nephrol. 2015 Jan.26(1):133-147. Pubmedid: 24925721. Pmcid: PMC4279736.
    • Medina MC, Fonesca TL, Molina J, Fachado A, Castillo M, Dong L, Soares R, Hernández A, Caicedo A, Bianco AC. Maternal inheritance of an inactive type III deiodinase gene allele affects mouse pancreatic β-cells and disrupts glucose homeostasis. Endocrinology. 2014 Aug.155(8):3160-3171. Pubmedid: 24885572. Pmcid: PMC4097999.
    • Fonseca TL, Correa-Medina M, Campos MP, Wittmann G, Werneck-de-Castro JP, Arrojo e Drigo R, Mora-Garzon M, Ueta CB, Caicedo A, Fekete C, Gereben B, Lechan RM, Bianco AC. Coordination of hypothalamic and pituitary T3 production regulates TSH expression. J Clin Invest. 2013 Apr.123(4):1492-1500. Pubmedid: 23524969. Pmcid: PMC3613903.
    • Pastar I, Khan AA, Stojadinovic O, Lebrun EA, Medina MC, Brem H, Kirsner RS, Jimenez JJ, Leslie C, Tomic-Canic M. Induction of specific microRNAs inhibits cutaneous wound healing. J Biol Chem. 2012 Aug.287(35):29324-29335. Pubmedid: 22773832. Pmcid: PMC3436197.
    • Medina MC, Molina J, Gadea Y, Fachado A, Murillo M, Simovic G, Pileggi A, Hernández A, Edlund H, Bianco AC. The thyroid hormone-inactivating type III deiodinase is expressed in mouse and human beta-cells and its targeted inactivation impairs insulin secretion. Endocrinology. 2011 Oct.152(10):3717-3727. Pubmedid: 21828183. Pmcid: PMC3176649.
    • Bianco SD, Vandepas L, Correa-Medina M, Gereben B, Mukherjee A, Kuohung W, Carroll R, Teles MG, Latronico AC, Kaiser UB. KISS1R intracellular trafficking and degradation: effect of the Arg386Pro disease-associated mutation. Endocrinology. 2011 Apr.152(4):1616-1626. Pubmedid: 21285314. Pmcid: PMC3060635.
    • Castillo M, Hall JA, Correa-Medina M, Ueta C, Kang HW, Cohen DE, Bianco AC. Disruption of thyroid hormone activation in type 2 deiodinase knockout mice causes obesity with glucose intolerance and liver steatosis only at thermoneutrality. Diabetes. 2011 Apr.60(4):1082-1089. Pubmedid: 21335378. Pmcid: PMC3064082.
    • Hall JA, Ribich S, Christoffolete MA, Simovic G, Correa-Medina M, Patti ME, Bianco AC. Absence of thyroid hormone activation during development underlies a permanent defect in adaptive thermogenesis. Endocrinology. 2010 Sep.151(9):4573-4582. Pubmedid: 20660060. Pmcid: PMC2940501.
    • Rosero S, Bravo-Egana V, Jiang Z, Khuri S, Tsinoremas N, Klein D, Sabates E, Correa-Medina M, Ricordi C, Domínguez-Bendala J, Diez J, Pastori RL. MicroRNA signature of the human developing pancreas. BMC Genomics. 2010 Sep.11:509. Pubmedid: 20860821. Pmcid: PMC2997005.
    • Jawad MU, Garamszegi N, Garamszegi SP, Correa-Medina M, Diez JA, Wen R, Scully SP. Matrix metalloproteinase 1: role in sarcoma biology. PLoS One. 2010 Dec.5(12):e14250. Pubmedid: 21170377. Pmcid: PMC2999525.
    • Jacques-Silva MC, Correa-Medina M, Cabrera O, Rodriguez-Diaz R, Makeeva N, Fachado A, Diez J, Berman DM, Kenyon NS, Ricordi C, Pileggi A, Molano RD, Berggren PO, Caicedo A. ATP-gated P2X3 receptors constitute a positive autocrine signal for insulin release in the human pancreatic beta cell. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2010 Apr.107(14):6465-6470. Pubmedid: 20308565. Pmcid: PMC2851966.
    • Jeon J, Correa-Medina M, Ricordi C, Edlund H, Diez JA. Endocrine cell clustering during human pancreas development. J Histochem Cytochem. 2009 Sep.57(9):811-824. Pubmedid: 19365093. Pmcid: PMC2728126.
    • Correa-Medina M, Bravo-Egana V, Rosero S, Ricordi C, Edlund H, Diez J, Pastori RL. MicroRNA miR-7 is preferentially expressed in endocrine cells of the developing and adult human pancreas. Gene Expr Patterns. 2009 Apr.9(4):193-199. Pubmedid: 19135553.
    • Oström M, Loffler KA, Edfalk S, Selander L, Dahl U, Ricordi C, Jeon J, Correa-Medina M, Diez J, Edlund H. Retinoic acid promotes the generation of pancreatic endocrine progenitor cells and their further differentiation into beta-cells. PLoS One. 2008 Jul.3(7):e2841. Pubmedid: 18665267. Pmcid: PMC2475501.
    • Anhê GF, Torrão AS, Nogueira TC, Caperuto LC, Amaral ME, Medina MC, Azevedo-Martins AK, Carpinelli AR, Carvalho CR, Curi R, Boschero AC, Bordin S. ERK3 associates with MAP2 and is involved in glucose-induced insulin secretion. Mol Cell Endocrinol. 2006 Jun.251(1-2):33-41. Pubmedid: 16597486.
    • Caperuto LC, Anhê GF, Amanso AM, Ribeiro LM, Medina MC, Souza LC, Carvalho OM, Bordin S, Saad MJ, Carvalho CR. Distinct regulation of IRS proteins in adipose tissue from obese aged and dexamethasone-treated rats. Endocrine. 2006 Jun.29(3):391-398. Pubmedid: 16943575.
    • Medina MC, Souza LC, Caperuto LC, Anhê GF, Amanso AM, Teixeira VP, Bordin S, Carpinelli AR, Britto LR, Barbieri RL, Borella MI, Carvalho CR. Dehydroepiandrosterone increases beta-cell mass and improves the glucose-induced insulin secretion by pancreatic islets from aged rats. FEBS Lett. 2006 Jan.580(1):285-290. Pubmedid: 16376341.
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