- ADJUNCT ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Pediatrics
Dr. Mitchell is board certified in Pediatric Hematology/Oncology by the American Board of Pediatrics.
Dr. Mitchell's areas of expertise include: Coagulation and Bleeding Disorders.
ResearchRole of Calcium Binding in Alpha IIb Biogenesis
Nair S , Li J , Mitchell WB, Mohanty D , Coller BS, French DL. Two new beta3 integrin mutations in Indian patients with Glanzmann thrombasthenia: localization of mutations affecting cysteine residues in integrin beta3. Thromb Haemost 2002 Sep; 88(3): 503-9.
Mitchell WB, Li JH, Michelson AD, Bussel J , Coller BS, French DL. Two novel mutations in the alpha IIb calcium-binding domains identify hydrophobic regions essential for alpha IIbbeta 3 biogenesis. Blood 2003 Mar; 101(6): 2268-76.
French DL, Fruchtman S , Mitchell WB, Coller BS, Peretz H . Evidence for megakaryocyte engraftment following reduced-intensity conditioning. Exp Hematol 2004 Sep; 32(9): 877-80.
Li J , Mitchell WB, Ruan J , Takagi J , Springer TA, French DL, Coller BS. Integrin beta3 regions controlling binding of murine mAb 7E3: implications for the mechanism of integrin alphaIIbbeta3 activation. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2004 Sep; 101(36): 13114-20.
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