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Anne Goldfeld, MD

Anne Goldfeld, MD
Goldfeld Laboratory
Program in Cellular and Molecular Medicine (PCMM)
Medicine Research
Infectious Diseases Research
Hospital Title:
Senior Investigator
Academic Title:
Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School
Research Focus Area:
Immune Defense
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Research Overview

A major focus of the Goldfeld laboratory is understanding the mechanisms of transcriptional activation of the tumor necrosis factor (TNF) gene. Through studies of TNF gene expression in a range of cell types, including T cells, B cells, macrophages, and fibroblasts, the laboratory developed the paradigm of cell type- and stimulus-specific inducible eukaryotic gene regulation through the formation of distinct enhanceosomes and higher-order chromatin structure.  A key feature of this process is the recruitment of different sets of transcription factors, including the nuclear factor of activated T cells (NFAT) proteins, and associated co-activators to overlapping binding motifs within a highly conserved ~200 nucleotide region of the TNF promoter.  Furthermore, through comparative sequence analysis of the TNF promoter in multiple species (which was the broadest interspecies comparison for an immune response gene regulatory region) and distinct human populations, the laboratory has discovered SNPs that mark primate ancestry and that are linked with neighboring HLA molecules in ethnic-specific patterns, providing insight into the evolution of TNF gene regulation.  The laboratory has also discovered that in T cells and cells of the monocyte/macrophage lineage, the native TNF locus displays distinct patterns of DNase hypersensitive sites (HSSs), which function as distal enhancers or as matrix attachment regions (MARs).  In T cells, activation-dependent intrachromosomal interactions between distal enhancers and the TNF promoter bring NFAT complexes into close proximity and, through circularizing the TNF gene (the first such observation in a mammalian gene), optimally position it for transcriptional re-initiation. Ongoing work in the laboratory is elucidating the role of chromatin organization in cell type- and stimulus-specific regulation of the TNF gene, in particular during tolerance and interferon-γ stimulation.  These studies have provided key insights into the basic mechanisms of inducible eukaryotic gene expression in a clinically and physiologically relevant model system.

The regulation of transcription and replication of HIV is another main research focus in the Goldfeld laboratory.  Although the majority of HIV research has examined the virus in isolation, tuberculosis represents the greatest threat to AIDS patients worldwide; thus, a critical feature of studies in the laboratory is the use of co-infection model systems using both HIV and M. tuberculosis (MTb).  Furthermore, by analyzing a range of viral isolates representing major HIV subtypes circulating in the world's population, the laboratory has characterized both conserved and subtype-specific sequences in the HIV long terminal repeat (LTR), identifying a role for NFAT5 as a host factor and elucidating the binding patterns of nuclear factor κB and Sp1 proteins.

A third area of focus of the Goldfeld laboratory is the study of host susceptibility and resistance genes and their variants that influence the pathogenesis of TB and AIDS, including the first identification and role of IL-10-producing T regulatory cells in an infectious disease and the first gene associated with susceptibility to TB progression.  Through collaborations with international partners, the laboratory has established clinical trials with patient cohorts in Cambodia and Ethiopia.  The impact of these clinical studies such as the determination of optimal timing of antiretroviral therapy in the CAMELIA (CAMbodian Early vs. Late Introduction of Antiretrovirals) trial has resulted in improved drug regimens for thousands of patients: and provides a model for HIV/TB care that will be transferred and adapted to resource-poor settings elsewhere in Asia and Africa.  By nesting scientific studies within this clinical trial, the laboratory is elucidating immunological mechanisms and genetic associations with different disease outcomes in TB, AIDS, and TB/HIV co-infection.


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  1. Meressa D, Hurtado RM, Andrews JR, Diro E, Abato K, Daniel T, Prasad P, Prasad R, Fekade B, Tedla Y, Yusuf H, Tadesse M, Tefera D, Ashenafi A, Desta G, Aderaye G, Olson K, Thim S, Goldfeld AE. Achieving high treatment success for multidrug-resistant TB in Africa: initiation and scale-up of MDR TB care in Ethiopia--an observational cohort study. Thorax. 2015 Dec; 70(12):1181-8.
  2. Ranjbar S, Haridas V, Jasenosky LD, Falvo JV, Goldfeld AE. A Role for IFITM Proteins in Restriction of Mycobacterium tuberculosis Infection. Cell Rep. 2015 Nov 3; 13(5):874-83.
  3. Jasenosky LD, Scriba TJ, Hanekom WA, Goldfeld AE. T cells and adaptive immunity to Mycobacterium tuberculosis in humans. Immunol Rev. 2015 Mar; 264(1):74-87.
  4. Haridas V, Pean P, Jasenosky LD, Madec Y, Laureillard D, Sok T, Sath S, Borand L, Marcy O, Chan S, Tsitsikov E, Delfraissy JF, Blanc FX, Goldfeld AE. TB-IRIS, T-cell activation, and remodeling of the T-cell compartment in highly immunosuppressed HIV-infected patients with TB. AIDS. 2015 Jan 28; 29(3):263-73.
  5. Chow NA, Jasenosky LD, Goldfeld AE. A distal locus element mediates IFN-? priming of lipopolysaccharide-stimulated TNF gene expression. Cell Rep. 2014 Dec 11; 9(5):1718-28.
  6. Marcy O, Laureillard D, Madec Y, Chan S, Mayaud C, Borand L, Prak N, Kim C, Lak KK, Hak C, Dim B, Sok T, Delfraissy JF, Goldfeld AE, Blanc FX. Causes and determinants of mortality in HIV-infected adults with tuberculosis: an analysis from the CAMELIA ANRS 1295-CIPRA KH001 randomized trial. Clin Infect Dis. 2014 Aug 1; 59(3):435-45.
  7. Borand L, Madec Y, Laureillard D, Chou M, Marcy O, Pheng P, Prak N, Kim C, Lak KK, Hak C, Dim B, Nerrienet E, Fontanet A, Sok T, Goldfeld AE, Blanc FX, Taburet AM. Plasma concentrations, efficacy and safety of efavirenz in HIV-infected adults treated for tuberculosis in Cambodia (ANRS 1295-CIPRA KH001 CAMELIA trial). PLoS One. 2014; 9(3):e90350.
  8. Laureillard D, Marcy O, Madec Y, Chea S, Chan S, Borand L, Fernandez M, Prak N, Kim C, Dim B, Nerrienet E, Sok T, Delfraissy JF, Goldfeld AE, Blanc FX. Paradoxical tuberculosis-associated immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome after early initiation of antiretroviral therapy in a randomized clinical trial. AIDS. 2013 Oct 23; 27(16):2577-86.
  9. Falvo JV, Jasenosky LD, Kruidenier L, Goldfeld AE. Epigenetic control of cytokine gene expression: regulation of the TNF/LT locus and T helper cell differentiation. Adv Immunol. 2013; 118:37-128.
  10. Borand L, Laureillard D, Madec Y, Chou M, Pheng P, Marcy O, Sok T, Goldfeld AE, Taburet AM, Blanc FX. Plasma concentrations of efavirenz with a 600 mg standard dose in Cambodian HIV-infected adults treated for tuberculosis with a body weight above 50 kg. Antivir Ther. 2013; 18(3):419-23.
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  12. Via LE, Tsytsykova AV, Rajsbaum R, Falvo JV, Goldfeld AE. The transcription factor NFATp plays a key role in susceptibility to TB in mice. PLoS One. 2012; 7(7):e41427.
  13. Ranjbar S, Jasenosky LD, Chow N, Goldfeld AE. Regulation of Mycobacterium tuberculosis-dependent HIV-1 transcription reveals a new role for NFAT5 in the toll-like receptor pathway. PLoS Pathog. 2012; 8(4):e1002620.
  14. Biglione S, Tsytsykova AV, Goldfeld AE. Monocyte-specific accessibility of a matrix attachment region in the tumor necrosis factor locus. J Biol Chem. 2011 Dec 23; 286(51):44126-33.
  15. Blanc FX, Sok T, Laureillard D, Borand L, Rekacewicz C, Nerrienet E, Madec Y, Marcy O, Chan S, Prak N, Kim C, Lak KK, Hak C, Dim B, Sin CI, Sun S, Guillard B, Sar B, Vong S, Fernandez M, Fox L, Delfraissy JF, Goldfeld AE. Earlier versus later start of antiretroviral therapy in HIV-infected adults with tuberculosis. N Engl J Med. 2011 Oct 20; 365(16):1471-81.
  16. Kovalenko EI, Ranjbar S, Jasenosky LD, Goldfeld AE, Vorobjev IA, Barteneva NS. The use of HaloTag-based technology in flow and laser scanning cytometry analysis of live and fixed cells. BMC Res Notes. 2011; 4:340.
  17. Falvo JV, Ranjbar S, Jasenosky LD, Goldfeld AE. Arc of a vicious circle: pathways activated by Mycobacterium tuberculosis that target the HIV-1 long terminal repeat. Am J Respir Cell Mol Biol. 2011 Dec; 45(6):1116-24.
  18. Falvo JV, Tsytsykova AV, Goldfeld AE. Transcriptional control of the TNF gene. Curr Dir Autoimmun. 2010; 11:27-60.
  19. Ranjbar S, Boshoff HI, Mulder A, Siddiqi N, Rubin EJ, Goldfeld AE. HIV-1 replication is differentially regulated by distinct clinical strains of Mycobacterium tuberculosis. PLoS One. 2009; 4(7):e6116.
  20. Falvo JV, Lin CH, Tsytsykova AV, Hwang PK, Thanos D, Goldfeld AE, Maniatis T. A dimer-specific function of the transcription factor NFATp. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2008 Dec 16; 105(50):19637-42.
  21. Tsytsykova AV, Rajsbaum R, Falvo JV, Ligeiro F, Neely SR, Goldfeld AE. Activation-dependent intrachromosomal interactions formed by the TNF gene promoter and two distal enhancers. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2007 Oct 23; 104(43):16850-5.
  22. Blanc FX, Havlir DV, Onyebujoh PC, Thim S, Goldfeld AE, Delfraissy JF. Treatment strategies for HIV-infected patients with tuberculosis: ongoing and planned clinical trials. J Infect Dis. 2007 Aug 15; 196 Suppl 1:S46-51.
  23. Baena A, Mootnick AR, Falvo JV, Tsytskova AV, Ligeiro F, Diop OM, Brieva C, Gagneux P, O'Brien SJ, Ryder OA, Goldfeld AE. Primate TNF promoters reveal markers of phylogeny and evolution of innate immunity. PLoS One. 2007; 2(7):e621.
  24. Goldfeld A, Ellner JJ. Pathogenesis and management of HIV/TB co-infection in Asia. Tuberculosis (Edinb). 2007 Aug; 87 Suppl 1:S26-30.
  25. Tsytsykova AV, Falvo JV, Schmidt-Supprian M, Courtois G, Thanos D, Goldfeld AE. Post-induction, stimulus-specific regulation of tumor necrosis factor mRNA expression. J Biol Chem. 2007 Apr 20; 282(16):11629-38.
  26. Ranjbar S, Tsytsykova AV, Lee SK, Rajsbaum R, Falvo JV, Lieberman J, Shankar P, Goldfeld AE. NFAT5 regulates HIV-1 in primary monocytes via a highly conserved long terminal repeat site. PLoS Pathog. 2006 Dec; 2(12):e130.
  27. Ranjbar S, Rajsbaum R, Goldfeld AE. Transactivator of transcription from HIV type 1 subtype E selectively inhibits TNF gene expression via interference with chromatin remodeling of the TNF locus. J Immunol. 2006 Apr 1; 176(7):4182-90.
  28. Ward V, Hennig BJ, Hirai K, Tahara H, Tamori A, Dawes R, Saito M, Bangham C, Stephens H, Goldfeld AE, Kunachiwa W, Leetrakool N, Hopkin J, Dunstan S, Hill A, Bodmer W, Beverley PC, Tchilian EZ. Geographical distribution and disease associations of the CD45 exon 6 138G variant. Immunogenetics. 2006 Apr; 58(2-3):235-9.
  29. Delgado JC, Baena A, Thim S, Goldfeld AE. Aspartic acid homozygosity at codon 57 of HLA-DQ beta is associated with susceptibility to pulmonary tuberculosis in Cambodia. J Immunol. 2006 Jan 15; 176(2):1090-7.
  30. Saraiva M, Christensen JR, Tsytsykova AV, Goldfeld AE, Ley SC, Kioussis D, O'Garra A. Identification of a macrophage-specific chromatin signature in the IL-10 locus. J Immunol. 2005 Jul 15; 175(2):1041-6.
  31. Esensten JH, Tsytsykova AV, Lopez-Rodriguez C, Ligeiro FA, Rao A, Goldfeld AE. NFAT5 binds to the TNF promoter distinctly from NFATp, c, 3 and 4, and activates TNF transcription during hypertonic stress alone. Nucleic Acids Res. 2005; 33(12):3845-54.
  32. Lee SK, Dykxhoorn DM, Kumar P, Ranjbar S, Song E, Maliszewski LE, François-Bongarçon V, Goldfeld A, Swamy NM, Lieberman J, Shankar P. Lentiviral delivery of short hairpin RNAs protects CD4 T cells from multiple clades and primary isolates of HIV. Blood. 2005 Aug 1; 106(3):818-26.
  33. O'Garra A, Vieira PL, Vieira P, Goldfeld AE. IL-10-producing and naturally occurring CD4+ Tregs: limiting collateral damage. J Clin Invest. 2004 Nov; 114(10):1372-8.
  34. Thim S, Sath S, Sina M, Tsai EY, Delgado JC, Shapiro AE, Barry CE, Glaziou P, Goldfeld AE. A community-based tuberculosis program in Cambodia. JAMA. 2004 Aug 4; 292(5):566-8.
  35. Delgado JC, Quiñones-Berrocal J, Thim S, Miranda LF, Goldfeld AE. Diagnostic and clinical implications of response to tuberculin in two ethnically distinct populations from Peru and Cambodia. Int J Tuberc Lung Dis. 2004 Aug; 8(8):982-7.
  36. Ranjbar S, Ly N, Thim S, Reynes JM, Goldfeld AE. Mycobacterium tuberculosis recall antigens suppress HIV-1 replication in anergic donor cells via CD8+ T cell expansion and increased IL-10 levels. J Immunol. 2004 Feb 1; 172(3):1953-9.
  37. Goldfeld AE. Genetic susceptibility to pulmonary tuberculosis in Cambodia. Tuberculosis (Edinb). 2004; 84(1-2):76-81.
  38. Barthel R, Goldfeld AE. T cell-specific expression of the human TNF-alpha gene involves a functional and highly conserved chromatin signature in intron 3. J Immunol. 2003 Oct 1; 171(7):3612-9.
  39. Delgado JC, Leung JY, Baena A, Clavijo OP, Vittinghoff E, Buchbinder S, Wolinsky S, Addo M, Walker BD, Yunis EJ, Goldfeld AE. The -1030/-862-linked TNF promoter single-nucleotide polymorphisms are associated with the inability to control HIV-1 viremia. Immunogenetics. 2003 Oct; 55(7):497-501.
  40. Barthel R, Tsytsykova AV, Barczak AK, Tsai EY, Dascher CC, Brenner MB, Goldfeld AE. Regulation of tumor necrosis factor alpha gene expression by mycobacteria involves the assembly of a unique enhanceosome dependent on the coactivator proteins CBP/p300. Mol Cell Biol. 2003 Jan; 23(2):526-33.
  41. Baena A, Leung JY, Sullivan AD, Landires I, Vasquez-Luna N, Quiñones-Berrocal J, Fraser PA, Uko GP, Delgado JC, Clavijo OP, Thim S, Meshnick SR, Nyirenda T, Yunis EJ, Goldfeld AE. TNF-alpha promoter single nucleotide polymorphisms are markers of human ancestry. Genes Immun. 2002 Dec; 3(8):482-7.
  42. Delgado JC, Baena A, Thim S, Goldfeld AE. Ethnic-specific genetic associations with pulmonary tuberculosis. J Infect Dis. 2002 Nov 15; 186(10):1463-8.
  43. Delgado JC, Tsai EY, Thim S, Baena A, Boussiotis VA, Reynes JM, Sath S, Grosjean P, Yunis EJ, Goldfeld AE. Antigen-specific and persistent tuberculin anergy in a cohort of pulmonary tuberculosis patients from rural Cambodia. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2002 May 28; 99(11):7576-81.
  44. Tsytsykova AV, Goldfeld AE. Inducer-specific enhanceosome formation controls tumor necrosis factor alpha gene expression in T lymphocytes. Mol Cell Biol. 2002 Apr; 22(8):2620-31.
  45. Flores-Villanueva PO, Yunis EJ, Delgado JC, Vittinghoff E, Buchbinder S, Leung JY, Uglialoro AM, Clavijo OP, Rosenberg ES, Kalams SA, Braun JD, Boswell SL, Walker BD, Goldfeld AE. Control of HIV-1 viremia and protection from AIDS are associated with HLA-Bw4 homozygosity. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2001 Apr 24; 98(9):5140-5.
  46. Goldfeld AE, Leung JY, Sawyer SA, Hartl DL. Post-genomics and the neutral theory: variation and conservation in the tumor necrosis factor-alpha promoter. Gene. 2000 Dec 30; 261(1):19-25.
  47. Tsytsykova AV, Goldfeld AE. Nuclear factor of activated T cells transcription factor NFATp controls superantigen-induced lethal shock. J Exp Med. 2000 Aug 21; 192(4):581-6.
  48. Tsai EY, Falvo JV, Tsytsykova AV, Barczak AK, Reimold AM, Glimcher LH, Fenton MJ, Gordon DC, Dunn IF, Goldfeld AE. A lipopolysaccharide-specific enhancer complex involving Ets, Elk-1, Sp1, and CREB binding protein and p300 is recruited to the tumor necrosis factor alpha promoter in vivo. Mol Cell Biol. 2000 Aug; 20(16):6084-94.
  49. Leung JY, McKenzie FE, Uglialoro AM, Flores-Villanueva PO, Sorkin BC, Yunis EJ, Hartl DL, Goldfeld AE. Identification of phylogenetic footprints in primate tumor necrosis factor-alpha promoters. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2000 Jun 6; 97(12):6614-8.
  50. Boussiotis VA, Tsai EY, Yunis EJ, Thim S, Delgado JC, Dascher CC, Berezovskaya A, Rousset D, Reynes JM, Goldfeld AE. IL-10-producing T cells suppress immune responses in anergic tuberculosis patients. J Clin Invest. 2000 May; 105(9):1317-25.
  51. Falvo JV, Brinkman BM, Tsytsykova AV, Tsai EY, Yao TP, Kung AL, Goldfeld AE. A stimulus-specific role for CREB-binding protein (CBP) in T cell receptor-activated tumor necrosis factor alpha gene expression. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2000 Apr 11; 97(8):3925-9.
  52. Falvo JV, Uglialoro AM, Brinkman BM, Merika M, Parekh BS, Tsai EY, King HC, Morielli AD, Peralta EG, Maniatis T, Thanos D, Goldfeld AE. Stimulus-specific assembly of enhancer complexes on the tumor necrosis factor alpha gene promoter. Mol Cell Biol. 2000 Mar; 20(6):2239-47.
  53. Brinkman BM, Telliez JB, Schievella AR, Lin LL, Goldfeld AE. Engagement of tumor necrosis factor (TNF) receptor 1 leads to ATF-2- and p38 mitogen-activated protein kinase-dependent TNF-alpha gene expression. J Biol Chem. 1999 Oct 22; 274(43):30882-6.
  54. Marshall WL, Brinkman BM, Ambrose CM, Pesavento PA, Uglialoro AM, Teng E, Finberg RW, Browning JL, Goldfeld AE. Signaling through the lymphotoxin-beta receptor stimulates HIV-1 replication alone and in cooperation with soluble or membrane-bound TNF-alpha. J Immunol. 1999 May 15; 162(10):6016-23.
  55. Uglialoro AM, Turbay D, Pesavento PA, Delgado JC, McKenzie FE, Gribben JG, Hartl D, Yunis EJ, Goldfeld AE. Identification of three new single nucleotide polymorphisms in the human tumor necrosis factor-alpha gene promoter. Tissue Antigens. 1998 Oct; 52(4):359-67.
  56. Hata D, Kawakami Y, Inagaki N, Lantz CS, Kitamura T, Khan WN, Maeda-Yamamoto M, Miura T, Han W, Hartman SE, Yao L, Nagai H, Goldfeld AE, Alt FW, Galli SJ, Witte ON, Kawakami T. Involvement of Bruton's tyrosine kinase in FcepsilonRI-dependent mast cell degranulation and cytokine production. J Exp Med. 1998 Apr 20; 187(8):1235-47.
  57. Goldfeld AE, Delgado JC, Thim S, Bozon MV, Uglialoro AM, Turbay D, Cohen C, Yunis EJ. Association of an HLA-DQ allele with clinical tuberculosis. JAMA. 1998 Jan 21; 279(3):226-8.
  58. Goldfeld AE, Tsai EY. TNF-alpha and genetic susceptibility to parasitic disease. Exp Parasitol. 1996 Nov; 84(2):300-3.
  59. Tsai EY, Yie J, Thanos D, Goldfeld AE. Cell-type-specific regulation of the human tumor necrosis factor alpha gene in B cells and T cells by NFATp and ATF-2/JUN. Mol Cell Biol. 1996 Oct; 16(10):5232-44.
  60. Tsai EY, Jain J, Pesavento PA, Rao A, Goldfeld AE. Tumor necrosis factor alpha gene regulation in activated T cells involves ATF-2/Jun and NFATp. Mol Cell Biol. 1996 Feb; 16(2):459-67.
  61. Trede NS, Tsytsykova AV, Chatila T, Goldfeld AE, Geha RS. Transcriptional activation of the human TNF-alpha promoter by superantigen in human monocytic cells: role of NF-kappa B. J Immunol. 1995 Jul 15; 155(2):902-8.
  62. Goldfeld AE, Liu P, Liu S, Flemington EK, Strominger JL, Speck SH. Cyclosporin A and FK506 block induction of the Epstein-Barr virus lytic cycle by anti-immunoglobulin. Virology. 1995 May 10; 209(1):225-9.
  63. McCaffrey PG, Goldfeld AE, Rao A. The role of NFATp in cyclosporin A-sensitive tumor necrosis factor-alpha gene transcription. J Biol Chem. 1994 Dec 2; 269(48):30445-50.
  64. Goldfeld AE, Tsai E, Kincaid R, Belshaw PJ, Schrieber SL, Strominger JL, Rao A. Calcineurin mediates human tumor necrosis factor alpha gene induction in stimulated T and B cells. J Exp Med. 1994 Aug 1; 180(2):763-8.
  65. Boussiotis VA, Nadler LM, Strominger JL, Goldfeld AE. Tumor necrosis factor alpha is an autocrine growth factor for normal human B cells. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1994 Jul 19; 91(15):7007-11.
  66. Goldfeld AE, McCaffrey PG, Strominger JL, Rao A. Identification of a novel cyclosporin-sensitive element in the human tumor necrosis factor alpha gene promoter. J Exp Med. 1993 Oct 1; 178(4):1365-79.
  67. Goldfeld AE, Flemington EK, Boussiotis VA, Theodos CM, Titus RG, Strominger JL, Speck SH. Transcription of the tumor necrosis factor alpha gene is rapidly induced by anti-immunoglobulin and blocked by cyclosporin A and FK506 in human B cells. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1992 Dec 15; 89(24):12198-201.
  68. Flemington EK, Goldfeld AE, Speck SH. Efficient transcription of the Epstein-Barr virus immediate-early BZLF1 and BRLF1 genes requires protein synthesis. J Virol. 1991 Dec; 65(12):7073-7.
  69. Goldfeld AE, Strominger JL, Doyle C. Human tumor necrosis factor alpha gene regulation in phorbol ester stimulated T and B cell lines. J Exp Med. 1991 Jul 1; 174(1):73-81.
  70. Goldfeld AE, Birch-Limberger K, Schooley RT, Walker BD. HIV-1 infection does not induce tumor necrosis factor-alpha or interferon-beta gene transcription. J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr. 1991; 4(1):41-7.
  71. Goldfeld AE, Doyle C, Maniatis T. Human tumor necrosis factor alpha gene regulation by virus and lipopolysaccharide. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1990 Dec; 87(24):9769-73.
  72. Goldfeld AE, Maniatis T. Coordinate viral induction of tumor necrosis factor alpha and interferon beta in human B cells and monocytes. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1989 Mar; 86(5):1490-4.
  73. Goldfeld AE, Mollica RF, Pesavento BH, Faraone SV. The physical and psychological sequelae of torture. Symptomatology and diagnosis. JAMA. 1988 May 13; 259(18):2725-9.
  74. Goldfeld AE. Murder in Guatemala. N Engl J Med. 1984 May 3; 310(18):1186.
  75. Goldfeld AE, Firestone GL, Shaw PA, Gluecksohn-Waelsch S. Recessive lethal deletion on mouse chromosome 7 affects glucocorticoid receptor binding activities. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1983 Mar; 80(5):1431-4.
  76. Goldfeld AE, Rubin CS, Siegel TW, Shaw PA, Schiffer SG, Gluecksohn-Waelsch S. Genetic control of insulin receptors. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1981 Oct; 78(10):6359-61.
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