Sandip K. Datta, MD

Sandip K. Datta

Dr. Datta received his MD with thesis from UC San Francisco. The thesis portion of his work focused in signaling through the B cell receptor with Dr. A. DeFranco. He joined the program in 1996, completing it in 2001 with ABIM certification in internal medicine and infectious disease. He worked with Professor Eyal Raz on signaliing via Toll-like receptors. He is currently Assistant Professor of Medicine at UC San Diego and he is the recipient of a Mentored Clinician Scientist Award from the National Institutes of Health.

Selected Publications

Datta SK, Cho HJ, Takabayashi K, Horner AA, Raz E. Antigen-immunostimulatory oligonucleotide conjugates (AIC): mechanisms and applications. Immunological Reviews 2004, 199: 217-226.

Redecke V, Hecker H, Datta SK, Fermin A, Pitha PM, Broide DH, Raz E. Activation of Toll-like receptor 2 induces a Th2 immune response and promotes experimental asthma. Journal of Immunology 2004, 172: 2739-2743.

Datta SK, Takabayashi K, Raz E. The therapeutic potential of antigen-oligonucleotide conjugates. In: Therapeutic Oligonucleotides: Antisense, RNAi, DNA Decoys, and DNA Chips, Y.S. Cho-Chung, ed., Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 2003, 1002: 105-112.

Datta SK, Redecke V, Prilliman K, Takabayashi K, Corr M, Tallant T, Didonato J, Dziarski R, Akira S, Schoenberger SP, Raz E. A subset of Toll-like receptor ligands induces cross-presentation by bone marrow-derived dendritic cells. Journal of Immunology 2003, 170: 4102-4110.

Datta SK, Horner AA, Takabayashi K, Raz E. Immunostimulatory DNA-based immunization: hope for an HIV vaccine? In: Microbial DNA and Immune Modulation, E. Raz, ed., Humana Press, 2002, pp. 239-254.

Cho HJ, Datta SK, Raz E. Cross-priming of CD8+ T cells by immunostimulatory sequence DNA. In: Microbial DNA and Immune Modulation, E. Raz, ed., Humana Press, 2002, pp. 137-149.

Cho HJ, Hayashi T, Datta SK, Takabayashi K, Van Uden JH, Horner AA, Corr MP, Raz E. Type I interferons (IFN???) promote priming of antigen-specific CD8+ and CD4+ T lymphocytes by immunostimulatory DNA-based vaccines. Journal of Immunology 2002, 168: 4907-4913.

Horner AA, Datta SK, Takabayashi K, Belyakov IM, Hayashi T, Cinman N, Nguyen M-D, Van Uden JH, Berzofsky JA, Richman DD, Raz E. Immunostimulatory DNA-based vaccines elicit multi-faceted immune responses against HIV at systemic and mucosal sites. Journal of Immunology 2001, 167: 1584-1591.

Datta SK, Kirkland TN. Microbiology and Antimicrobial Therapy of Vertebral Osteomyelitis. Seminars in Spine Surgery 2000, 12: 176-182.

DeFranco AL, Richards JD, Blum JH, Stevens TL, Law DA, Chan VWF, Datta SK, Foy SP, Hourihane SL, Gold MR. Signal transduction by the B-cell antigen receptor. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1995, 766: 195-201.

DeFranco AL, Mittelstadt PR, Blum JH, Stevens TL, Law DA, Chan VWF, Foy SP, Datta SK, Matsuuchi L. Mechanism of B cell antigen receptor function: transmembrane signaling and triggering of apoptosis. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology 1994, 365: 9-22.

DeFranco AL, Blum JH, Stevens TL, Law DA, Chan VWF, Foy SP, Datta SK, Matsuuchi L. Structure and Function of the B-Cell Antigen Receptor. Chemical Immunology 1994, 59: 156-172.

Law DA, Chan VWF, Datta SK, DeFranco AL. B-cell antigen receptor motifs have redundant signalling capabilities and bind the tyrosine kinases PTK72, Lyn and Fyn. Current Biology 1993, 3: 645-657.