Doctoral Dissertation: (2005) Luminal Nutrition during hematopoietic cell transplantation and its effects on indices of intestinal barrier function

Malone, F. R.; Leisenring, W.; Lawler, R.; Stern, J. R.; Aker, S. N.; Bouvier, M.E.; Batchelder, A. L.; Schoch, H. G.; McDonald, G. B. (2007) Prolonged anorexia and elevated plasma

cytokine levels following myeloablative allogeneic hematopoietic cell transplant. Bone Marrow Transplantation. 40 (8): 765.

Malone, F. R. & Horslen, S. P. (2007) Medical and surgical management of pediatric patients with intestinal failure. Current Treatment Options Gastroenterology 10 379-390.

Malone, F. R. & Horslen, S. P. (2008) Chapter V: Long term management of intestinal transplant recipients. In Lagnas, Goulet, Quigley, Tappenden Eds, Intestinal Failure: Diagnosis, Management and Transplantation. Blackwell Publishing, UK.

Wang, W.; Carper, K.; Malone F. R.; Latchman, Y.; Perkins, J.; Fu, Y.; Reyes, J.D.; Li, W. (2008) PD- L1/PD-1 signal deficiency promotes allogeneic immune responses and accelerates heart allograft rejection. Transplantation 86 (6): 836.

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Malone F. R.; Carper, K,; Reyes, J.D.; Li, W. (2009). T Cells are involved in liver transplant tolerance. Transplantation Proceedings Jan-Feb; 41(1):233-5.

Javid, P.J.; Malone, F.R.; Reyes, J.R.; Healey, P.J.; Horslen, S.P. (2010) The Experience of a Regional Pediatric Intestinal Failure Program: Successful Outcomes from Intestinal Rehabilitation. American Journal of Surgery. 199 (5):676-9.

Javid, P.J.; Malone, F.R.; Dick, A.S.; Hsu, E.; Sunseri, M.; Healey, P.J.; Horslen, S.P. (2010). A Contemporary Analysis of Parenteral Nutrition-Associated Liver Disease in Surgical Infants. J Pediatr Surg. 2011 Jun;46(10):1913-7.

Malone, F.R.; Javid, P.J.; Davis, C.; Jacob, S.; Healey, P.J.; Horslen, S.P. (2010). Omegaven® Therapy Normalizes Hyperbilirubinemia in Children with Parenteral Nutrition Associated Liver Disease in the Absence of Enteral Nutrition.

Javid, P.J.; Malone, F.R.; Bittner, R.; Healey, P.J.; Horslen, S.P. (2010) The Optimal Timing of Referral to An Intestinal Failure Program: The Relationship Between Hyperbilirubinemia and Mortality. J Pediatr Surg. 2011 Jun;46(6):1052-6.

Lundgren, I.S; Zhou, C.; Malone, F.R.; McAfee, N.; Gantt, S.; Zerr D. (2012) Central Venous Catheter Repair is Associated with an Increased Risk of Bacteremia and Central Line- associated Bloodstream Infection in Pediatric Patients. Pediatric Infect Dis J. 31(4):337-40.