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Dr. Stanley J. Naides

Department of Immunology

Quest Diagnostics Nichols Institute, USA
 

Email: stanley.j.naides@questdiagnostics.com, stanley.naides@gmail.com

 

Qualifications

2000    Professor of Pharmacology, Pennsylvania State University, USA

1999    Professor of Microbiology and Immunology, Pennsylvania State University, USA

1978    M.D., Hahnemann University, USA

 

Publications (Selected)

  1. Silver RM, Redelman D, Zvaifler NJ, Naides SJ (1982) Studies of Rheumatoid Synovial Fluid Lymphocytes. I. Evidence for Activated Natural Killer (NK)-Like Cells. Full-length article. Journal of Immunolology 128:1758-1763. 
  2. Naides SJ, Redelman D, Zvaifler NJ (1985) The Role of Xenoantigen in the Autologous Mixed Lymphocyte Reaction. Ability to Respond in the Absence of Exposure to Xenoantigens Depends on the Method of T Cell Preparation. Full-length article. Clinical Immunology and Immunopathology 34:216-226. 
  3. HayGlass KT, Naides SJ, Benacerraf B, Sy M-S (1985) Suppressor T Cell Factor(s) Display an Altered Pattern of Igh (Immunoglobulin Heavy Chain Locus) Genetic Restriction when Developed in an Igh Congenic Host. Full-length article. Procceedings of the National Academy of Science. (USA) 82:2133-2137. 
  4. HayGlass KT, Naides SJ, Benacerraf B, Sy M-S (1985) T Cell Development in B Cell Deficient Mice. III. Restriction Specificity of Suppressor T Cell Factor(s) Produced in Mice Treated Chronically with Rabbit Anti-Mouse µ Chain Antibody. Full-length article. Journal of Molecular and Cellular Immunology 2:107-117. 
  5. Scott, Jr. CR, Tsurufuji M, Naides SJ, Sy M-S (1985) Regulation of Hapten-Specific T Cell Response. II. Functional Analysis of Helper T Cells and Cytotoxic T Cells in Animals Suppressed by Azobenzenearsonate (ABA)-Specific Suppressor T Cells. Full-length article. Cellular Immunology 93:144-156. 
  6. HayGlass KT, Naides SJ, Scott, Jr. CF, Benacerraf B, Sy MS (1986) T Cell Development in B Cell Deficient Mice. IV. The Role of B Cells as Antigen Presenting Cells In Vivo. Full-length article. Journal of Immunology 136:823-829. 
  7. Naides SJ (1986) Suppression of Antigen-Specific Interleukin 2 Production in the MRL/MpJ-lpr/lpr Mouse. Full-length article. Journal of Immunology 136:4113-4121. 
  8. Naides SJ, Piette W, Veach LA, Argenyi Z (1988) Human Parvovirus B19 Induced Vesiculopustular Skin Eruption. Full-length article. American Journal of Medicine 84:968-972. 
  9. Naides SJ (1988) Erythema Infectiosum (Fifth Disease) Occurrence in Iowa. Full-length article. American Journal of Public Health 78:1230-1231. 
  10. Naides SJ, Field E (1988) Transient Rheumatoid Factor Positivity in Acute Human Parvovirus B19 Infection. Full-length article. Archives of Internal Medicine 148:2587-2589. 
  11. Naides SJ, Weiner CP (1989) Antenatal Diagnosis and Palliative Treatment of Nonimmune Hydrops Fetalis Secondary to Fetal Parvovirus B19 Infection. Full-length article. Prenatal Diagnosis 9:105-114.  
  12. Naides SJ (1989) Infection Control Measures for Human Parvovirus B19 in the Hospital Setting. Full-length article. Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology 10:326-329. 
  13. Bell LM, Naides SJ, Stoffman P, Hodinka R, Plotkin SA (1989) Human Parvovirus B19 Infection Among Hospital Staff Members After Contact with Infected Patients. Full-length article. New England Journal of Medicine 321:485-491. 
  14. Graeve J, de Alarcon P, Naides SJ (1989) Parvovirus B19 Infection in Patients Receiving Cancer Chemotherapy: The Expanding Spectrum of Disease. Full-length article. American Journal of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology 11:441-444. 
  15. Naides SJ, Scharosch LL, Foto F, Howard EJ (1990) Rheumatologic Manifestations of Human Parvovirus B19 Infection in Adults: Initial Two Year Clinical Experience. Full-length article. Arthritis & Rheumatism 33:1297-1309. 
  16. Weiner CP, Naides SJ (1992) Fetal Survival of Human Parvovirus B19 Infection.  Spectrum of Intrauterine Response in a Twin Pregnancy. Full-length article. American Journal of Perinatology 9:66-68. 
  17. Fritz B, Moore K, Naides SJ (1992) A Combined Pseudoreplica Immunochemical Technique for Research and Diagnostic Virology. Full-length article. Journal of Microscopy Research and Technique 21:59-64. 
  18. Saag KG, Warner CA, Naides SJ (1992) Subcutaneous Fat Necrosis Associated with Acute Arthritis. Full-length article. Journal of Rheumatology 19:630-632. 
  19. Foto F, Saag KG, Scharosch LL, Howard EJ, Naides SJ (1993) Parvovirus B19-Specific DNA in Bone Marrow from B19 Arthropathy Patients:  Evidence for B19 Virus Persistence. Full-length article. Journal of Infectious Diseases 167:744-748.  
  20. Naides SJ, Howard EJ, Swack NS, Stapleton JT (1993) Parvovirus B19 Infection in Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 Infected Persons Failing or Intolerant to Zidovudine Therapy. Full-length article. Journal of Infectious Diseases 168:101-105.  
  21. Weiner CP, Grose C, Naides SJ (1993) Diagnosis of Fetal Infection in the Patient Without a Positive Clinical History and an Abnormal Ultrasound Examination. Full-length article. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 168:6-11. 
  22. Berg AM, Naides SJ, Simms RW (1993) Established Fibromyalgia Syndrome and Parvovirus B19 Infection. Full-length article. Journal of Rheumatology 20:1941-1943. 
  23. Naides SJ, Howard EJ, Swack NS, True CA, Stapleton JJ (1994) Parvovirus B19 as a Cause of Anemia in Human Immunodeficiency Virus-Infected Patients. Full-length article. Journal of Infectious Diseases 169:939-940. 
  24. Ilaria RL, Jr., Komaroff AL, Fagioli LR, Moloney WC, True CA, Naides SJ (1995) Absence of Parvovirus B19 Infection in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Full-length article. Arthritis &Rheumatism 38:638-641. 
  25. Cooling LLW, Koerner TAW, Naides SJ (1995) Multiple Glycosphingolipid Receptors Determine Parvovirus B19 Tissue Tropism. Full-length article. Journal of Infectious Diseases 172:1198-1205. 
  26. Langnas AN, Markin RS, Cattral S, Naides SJ (1995) Parvovirus B19 as a Causative Agent of Fulminant Liver Failure and Associated Aplastic Anemia. Full-length article. Hepatology, 22:1661-1665. 
  27. Naides SJ, Karetnyi YV, Cooling LLW, Markin RS, Langnas AN (1996) Human Parvovirus B19 Infection and Hepatitis. Letter. Lancet 347:1563. 
  28. Karetnyi YV, Beck PR, Markin RS, Langnas AN, Naides SJ (1999) Human Parvovirus B19 Infection in Acute Fulminant Liver Failure. Full-length article. Archives of Virology 144:1713-1724.  
  29. Karetnyi YV, Gilchrist M, Naides SJ (1999) Hepatitis E Virus Infection Prevalence Among in Selected Populations in Iowa. Full-length article. Journal of Clinical Virology 14:51-55. 
  30. Ray NB, Nieva DRC, Seftor EA, Khalkhali-Ellis Z, Naides SJ (2001) Human Parvovirus B19 Induces an Invasive Phenotype in Normal Human Synovial Fibroblasts. Full-length article. Arthritis & Rheumatism 44:1582-1586. 
  31. Cooling LLW, Zhang DS, Naides SJ, Koerner TAW (2003) Glycosphingolipid Expression in Acute Nonlymphocytic Leukemia: Common Expression of Shiga toxin and Parvovirus B19 Receptors on Early Myeloblasts. Full-length article. Blood 101:711-721. 
  32. Poole BD, Karetnyi YV, Naides SJ (2004) Parvovirus B19-Induced Apoptosis of Hepatocytes. Full-length article. Journal of Virology 78: 7775-7783. 
  33. Poole BD, Grote A, Zhou J, Schiffenbauer A, Naides SJ (2006) Parvovirus B19 Nonstructural Protein-Induced Apoptosis of Liver-Derived Cells. Full-length article. Journal of Virology 80:4114-4121. 
  34. O’Bryan TA, Naides SJ (2010) Gender Differences in the Relationship of Anti-Parvovirus B19 IgG with Antinuclear Antibody and C-Reactive Protein in Clinical Adult Serum Samples. Full-length article. Rheumatology International 30:551-554. 
  35. Kivovich V, Gilbert L, Vuento M, Naides SJ (2010) Parvovirus B19 Genotype Specific Amino Acid Substitution in NS1 Reduces the Protein's Cytotoxicity in Culture. Full-length article. International Journal of Medical Sciences 7:110-119. 
  36. Poole B D, Kivovich V, Gilbert L, Naides SJ (2011) Parvovirus B19 Nonstructural Protein-Induced Damage of Cellular DNA and Resultant Apoptosis. Full-length article. International Journal of Medical Sciences 8:88-96.