Joe Fullmer

Ph.D. 2004

Thesis Title:

Identification of the target Glycoproteins of the Lectin IB4

Current Position:

Clinical Instructor/Surgical Pathology Fellow, Department of Pathology, University of Wisconsin - Madison

Major Advisor(s):

Robert Elde, Ph.D

Selected Publications:

  • Woltjer, RL, Duerson, K, Fullmer, JM, Mookherjee, P, Montine, TJ, Kaye, JA, Quinn, JF Silbert, L, Erten-Lyons, D, Leverenz, JB, Bird, TD, Pow, DV, Watson, GS, and Cook, DG.  Detergent-insoluble EAAT2 / GLT-1 Accumulates in Prodromal Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease.  J Neuropathol Exp Neurol. 2010 Jun 8: 667-76.
  • Fullmer, JM, Riedl MS, Williams, FW, Sandrin, M, and Elde R.  Enzymes that synthesize the IB4 Epitope are not sufficient to impart IB4 binding in dorsal root ganglia of rat.  J Comp Neurology, 2007 March 1; 501(1):70-82.
  • Fullmer, J, Lindahl, AW, Bahn, R, and Mariash, CN.  The Possible Contribution of the Anti-Gal Antibody to Graves’ Disease.  Thyroid, 2005 Nov 15(11): 1239-43.
  • Fullmer, JM, Riedl MS, Higgins, L, and Elde R.  Identification of some lectin IB4 binding proteins in rat dorsal root ganglia.  Neuroreport. 2004 Aug 6;15(11)1705-9.
Joe Fullmer