Abdallah G. Kfoury

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BACKGROUND Gene expression profiling test scores have primarily been used to identify heart transplant recipients who have a low probability of rejection at the time of surveillance testing. We hypothesized that the variability of gene expression profiling test scores within a patient may predict risk of future events of allograft dysfunction or death. (More)
Lysosomal regulation is a poorly understood mechanism that is central to degradation and recycling processes. Here we report that LAMTOR1 (late endosomal/lysosomal adaptor, MAPK and mTOR activator 1) downregulation affects lysosomal activation, through mechanisms that are not solely due to mTORC1 inhibition. LAMTOR1 depletion strongly increases lysosomal(More)
BACKGROUND The basis for increased mortality after heart transplantation in African Americans and other non-Caucasian racial groups is poorly defined. We hypothesized that increased risk of adverse events is driven by biologic factors. To test this hypothesis in the Invasive Monitoring Attenuation through Gene Expression (IMAGE) study, we determined whether(More)
BACKGROUND The Intermountain Risk Score (IMRS), composed of the complete blood count (CBC) and basic metabolic profile (BMP), predicts mortality and morbidity in medical and general populations. Whether longitudinal repeated measurement of IMRS is useful for prognostication is an important question for its clinical applicability. METHODS Females (N =(More)
  • Assaf Kfoury, A Bestavros, A Kfoury, M Ocean, A Bradley, K Donnelly +1 other
  • 2010
Overview. In recent years, concepts and techniques rooted in formal methods of computer science and, more generally, mathematical logic have acquired an increasingly important role in systems research. One particular area that has witnessed a blossoming of formal approaches to specification, analysis, and verification, is that of networking systems. The(More)
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