Kester Coutinho

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Kester Coutinho

BA, University of California Berkeley
Student
Thesis Lab: 
Inoue Lab
Associated BCMB Faculty Member: 
Selected Publications:
Coutinho, K. and Inoue, T. 2016, "Deconstructing and constructing innate immune functions using molecular sensors and actuators," Proc.SPIE 9871, Sensing and Analysis Technologies for Biomedical and Cognitive Applications 987102. doi:10.1117/12.2225185. Link 
Mori, H., Bhat, R., Bruni-Cardoso, A., Chen, EI., Jorgens, DM., Coutinho, K., Louie, K., Bowen, BB., Inman, JL., Tecca, V., Lee, SJ., Becker-Weimann, S., Northen, T., Seiki, M., Borowsky, AD., Auer, M. and Bissell, MJ., 2016," New insight into the role of MMP14 in metabolic balance," PeerJ 4:e2142. PMCID: PMC4950575   PubMed
Shamir, ER., Pappalardo, E., Jorgens, DM., Coutinho, K., Tsai, W., Aziz, K., Auer, M., Tran, PT. and Ewald, AJ., 2014, "Twist1-induced dissemination preserves epithelial identity and requires E-cadherin," Journal of Cell Biology.204(5), 839-856. PMCID: PMC3941052  PubMed
Shamir, ER., Coutinho, K., Georgess, D., Auer, M. and Ewald, AJ., 2016, "Twist1+ epithelial cells retain adhesive and proliferative capacity throughout dissemination," Biol Open. pii: bio.019703. PMID: 27402962 PubMed
Beginning year: 
2014