Allison B Reiss

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Allison Reiss

Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Medicine

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— Dr. Reiss completed her Residency in Internal Medicine at Rutgers Medical School, Residency Training

Research Interests

Dr. Reiss is working on the regulation of expression of the CYP27 gene which codes for the cytochrome P450 sterol 27-hydroxylase. She is looking at the role of this enzyme in cholesterol metabolism and atherogenesis in vascular endothelium.

Cholesterol 27-Hydroxylase but Not Apolipoprotein apoE Contributes to A(2A) Adenosine Receptor Stimulated Reverse Cholesterol Transport
Bingham TC; Parathath S; Tian H; Reiss A; Chan E; Fisher EA; Cronstein BN
2012-02-05; 1573-2576,Inflammation - id: 122556, year: 2012

Regulation of foam cells by adenosine
Reiss, Allison B; Cronstein, Bruce N
2012-03-26; 1079-5642,Arteriosclerosis, thrombosis, & vascular biology - id: 162036, year: 2012 Journal Article

Methotrexate in atherogenesis and cholesterol metabolism
Coomes, Eric; Chan, Edwin S L; Reiss, Allison B
2012-02-05; 2090-1291,Cholesterol - id: 130917, year: 2011

A2A adenosine receptor stimulation decreases foam cell formation by enhancing ABCA1-dependent cholesterol efflux
Bingham, Taiese Crystal; Fisher, Edward A; Parathath, Saj; Reiss, Allison B; Chan, Edwin S; Cronstein, Bruce N
2012-02-05; 1938-3673,Journal of leukocyte biology - id: 108919, year: 2010 Journal Article

Plasma from systemic lupus patients compromises cholesterol homeostasis: a potential mechanism linking autoimmunity to atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease
Reiss, Allison B; Anwar, Kamran; Merrill, Joan T; Chan, Edwin S L; Awadallah, Nahel W; Cronstein, Bruce N; Michael Belmont, H; Belilos, Elise; Rosenblum, Gary; Belostocki, Kristina; Bonetti, Lois; Hasneen, Kowser; Carsons, Steven E
2012-02-05; 1437-160x,Rheumatology international - id: 122562, year: 2010