Group: Threadgill Lab
PhD, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Office: 3531 Thomas Hall
Classical polypoid lesions are detected and removed during routine colonoscopy at a much higher rate than flat lesions and there is growing evidence that, once detected, flat lesions have a higher propensity to be invasive. Dr. Bautz is currently investigating the genetic factors that control variation in tumor histopathology in a mouse model of human coloractal cancer (CRC).
Yang JJ, Bautz DJ, Schmitz JL, Pressler BM, Chin H, Hogan SL, Tisch R, Jennette JC, Falk RJ, Preston GA. (2008). ANCA patients have T cells responsive to complementary PR-3 antigen. Kidney Int. 74(9): 1159–69. PMID: 18596726
Bautz DJ, Preston GA, Lionaki S, Hewins P, Wolberg AS, Yang, JJ, Hogan SL, Chin H, Moll S, Jennette JC, Falk RJ. (2008). Antibodies with dual reactivity to plasminogen and complementary PR3 in PR3-ANCA vasculitis. J Am Soc Nephrol. 19(12): 2421–9. PMID: 18701607