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Jin Cai, MD, PhD

Assistant Professor

Jin Cai

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School of Medicine
Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine

Jin Cai, MD, PhD

Assistant Professor

Department

Anesthesiology

Position

Assistant Professor

Articles

  • Gastroenterology
    Nagata H, Nishitai R, Shirota C, Zhang JL, Koch CA, Cai J, Awwad M, Schuurman HJ, Christians U, Abe M, Baranowska-Kortylewicz J, Platt JL, Fox IJ. Prolonged survival of porcine hepatocytes in cynomolgus monkeys. PubMed PMID: 17241882. 
    132(1), p. 321-9 2007
  • Transplantation
    Zhang JL, Cai J, Walls S, Jackson JD, Kuszynski CA, Zhao Y, Pawliuk R, Leboulch P, Fox IJ. Tolerance by selective in vivo expansion of foreign majorhistocompatibility complex-transduced autologous bone marrow. PubMed PMID: 16082332. 
    80(3), p. 362-9 2005
  • Transplantation
    Zhang JL, Cai J, Jackson JD, Walls S, Kuszynski CA, Fox IJ. Competitiveequality of donor cells expressing a disparate MHC antigen following stemcell-enriched bone marrow transplantation. PubMed PMID: 15912100. 
    79(10), p. 1332-7 2005
  • Transplantation
    Zhang JL, Cai J, Jackson JD, Kuszynski CA, Walls S, McIvor RS, Fox IJ. Long-term transgene expression and survival of transgene-expressing graftsfollowing lentivirus transduction of bone marrow side population cells. PubMed PMID: 15849539.
    79(8), p. 882-8 2005
  • Gastroenterology
    Nagata H, Ito M, Cai J, Edge AS, Platt JL, Fox IJ. Treatment of cirrhosis and liver failure in rats by hepatocyte xenotransplantation. Gastroenterology.  PubMed PMID: 12557148.
    124(2), p. 422-31 2003
  • Cell Transplant
    Jackson JD, Zhou G, Kuszynski CA, Cai J, Fox IJ. Induction of chimerism in mice using human MHC class I-mismatched Hoechst 33342 side population donor stem cells. PubMed PMID: 12588110.
    11(8), p. 779-85 2002
  • Hepatology
    Cai J, Ito M, Nagata H, Westerman KA, Lafleur D, Chowdhury JR, Leboulch P, Fox IJ. Treatment of liver failure in rats with end-stage cirrhosis by transplantation of immortalized hepatocytes. PubMed PMID: 12143047.
    36(2), p. 386-94 2002
  • Hepatology
    Cai J, Ito M, Westerman KA, Kobayashi N, Leboulch P, Fox IJ. Construction of a non-tumorigenic rat hepatocyte cell line for transplantation: reversal of hepatocyte immortalization by site-specific excision of the SV40 T antigen. J PubMed PMID: 11097476.
    33(5), p. 701-8 2000
  • Hepatology
    Kobayashi N, Ito M, Nakamura J, Cai J, Gao C, Hammel JM, Fox IJ. Hepatocyte transplantation in rats with decompensated cirrhosis. PubMed PMID: 10733539.
    31(4), p. 851-7 2000
  • Science
    Kobayashi N, Fujiwara T, Westerman KA, Inoue Y, Sakaguchi M, Noguchi M, Miyazaki M, Cai J, Tanaka N,Fox IJ, Leboulch P. Prevention of Acute Liver Failure in Rats with Reversibly Immortalized Human Hepatocytes DOI: 10.1126/science.287.5456.1258
    287(5456), p. 1258-1262 2000

Presentations

  • Cai, J and Ellis S. Upper Airway Obstruction Secondary to Severe Edema Besides Mechanical Factors in A Geriatric Patient with A Massive Thyroid Goiter:  A Case Report.  Poster presentation, ASA 2008  2008
  • Cai J, G Zhous, JD, Jackson, CA, Kuszynski, S. Walls, Rs McIvor, IJ. Fox.  Comparison of VSV-G-pseudotyped Lentivirus and Retrovirus Transduction of Highly Enriched Mouse Hemopoietic Stem Cells.  The 4th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Gene Therapy.  Seattle, Washington, 2001  2001
  • Cai j, M ITO, C Gao, D LaFleur, IJ Fox.  Reversibly Immortalized Hepatocytes Function as well as Primary Hepatocytes to Treat Hepatic Encephalopathy.  The Joint American Transplant Meeting.  Chicago, IL. 2001  2001
  • Kobayashi N, Ito M, Nakamura J, Cai J, Cao C, Hammel JM. Fox IJ, The role of hepatocyte transplantation to treat chronic liver failure.  Transplant Proc.  2000 Nov 32(7): 2267-8  2000
  • Ito M, LaFleur D, Gao C, Cai J, Fox IJ.  Engraftment and function of allogeneic hepatocytes in cirrhotic rates does not require immunosuppression.  American Society of Transplant Surgeons, Chicago, IL.  2000 Transplantation 2000
  • Cai j, LaFleur D, Fox IJ. Second generation reversibly immortalized hepatocytes reverse hepatic encephalopathy.  XVIII International Congress of the Transplantation Society.  Rome, Italy.  2000  2000