Richard Jones

last updated 4/18/2018

Richard J. Jones

Professor at Johns Hopkins University

Location:
1809 Ashland Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland, United States
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(410) 955-5000

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Lupus site(SLE)- information on systemic lupus

The immune system that returns should function normally,". -Richard Jones, M.D., Director of Bone Marrow Transplantation, Johns Hopkins

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September 2016 - Page 6 - The CPSC: The Child Protection and Safeguarding Consultancy Limited

'Most therapies are today in the cancer you can from, but to cure cancer, you must, after the cells responsible for the disease, just as we kill one weeds by their roots, not just the part go to the top floor, 'said Richard Jones, professor and director of bone marrow transplant at Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center. 'If you cut off the flower and stem of a dandelion, it may look like it died for a certain period, but the weeds will eventually grow back.

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http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2013-11/jhm-meh111213.php

Richard Jones, M.D., professor and director of the Bone Marrow Transplant Program at Johns Hopkins, developed a now commonly used assay to study ALDH levels in individual cells.
Using polymerase chain reaction methods that amplify DNA and Jones' assay that detects by-products of ALDH, the Johns Hopkins team found that regulatory T-cells express high levels of ALDH. The assay (Aldefluor) used in this research was developed and patented by Richard Jones. Under a licensing agreement between Aldagen and the Johns Hopkins University, Jones is entitled to a share of royalties received by the University. The terms of this arrangement are managed by Johns Hopkins University in accordance with its conflict-of-interest policies. ### In addition to Luznik, Kanakry and Jones, scientists contributing to the research include Sudipto Ganguly, Marianna Zahurak, Javier Bolaños-Meade, Christopher Thoburn, Brandy Perkins, Ephraim Fuchs and Allan Hess.

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