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Dr Julia Maryam Arasteh

Research Interests

My research involves the functional analysis of novel genes associated with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) using knockout mouse models. Genes identified through genome wide association studies (GWAS) which are potentially involved in host-microbial interactions in the context of the intestinal microbiota are of particular interest.

Key Publications


Pham TA, Clare S, Goulding D, Arasteh JM, Stares MD, Browne HP, Keane JA, Page AJ, Kumasaka N, Kane L, Mottram L, Harcourt K, Hale C, Arends MJ, Gaffney DJ, Sanger Mouse Genetics Project, Dougan G and Lawley TD Epithelial IL-22RA1-mediated fucosylation promotes intestinal colonization resistance to an opportunistic pathogen. Cell host & microbe 2014;16;4;504-16

Arasteh JM, Sarvestani EK, Aflaki E, Amirghofran Z. Fas gene polymorphisms in systemic lupus erythematosus and serum levels of some apoptosis-related molecules. Immunol Invest 2010; 39; 1; 27-38

Mucyn TS, Wu AJ, Balmuth AL, Arasteh JM, Rathjen JP. Regulation of tomato Prf by Pto-like protein kinases. Mol Plant Microbe Interact 2009; 22; 4; 391-401.