Dr. John Winkelmann is an oncologist practicing in Fort Thomas, KY. Dr. Winkelmann specializes in the care and treatment of patients with cancer. As an oncologist, Dr. Winkelmann manages and oversees the treatment of a cancer patient after he or she has been diagnosed with the disease. Oncologists will care for their patients throughout the course of the disease. Types of oncologists include medical oncologists, surgical oncologists, radiation oncologists, gynecologic oncologists, pediatric oncologists and hematologist oncologists.
Education and Training
Univ of Mn Med Sch-Minneapolis, Minneapolis Mn 1981
University of Minnesota Medical School 1981
Internal MedicineAmerican Board of Internal MedicineABIM- Hematology
- Colorectal cancer in Russian-speaking Jewish emigrés: community-based screening.
- A structurally abnormal erythropoietin receptor gene in a human erythroleukemia cell line.
- Ligand binding properties of the human erythropoietin receptor extracellular domain expressed in Escherichia coli.
- Differentiation and erythropoietin receptor gene expression in human erythroid progenitor cells.
- The human erythropoietin receptor.
- Dystrophin colocalizes with beta-spectrin in distinct subsarcolemmal domains in mammalian skeletal muscle.
- Human cardiac and skeletal muscle spectrins: differential expression and localization.
- Fox-2 splicing factor binds to a conserved intron motif to promote inclusion of protein 4.1R alternative exon 16.
- The complete cDNA and polypeptide sequences of human erythroid alpha-spectrin.
- Assignment of the gene for beta-spectrin (SPTB) to chromosome 14q23----q24.2 by in situ hybridization.
- Beta spectrin in human skeletal muscle. Tissue-specific differential processing of 3' beta spectrin pre-mRNA generates a beta spectrin isoform with a unique carboxyl terminus.
- The Affordable Care Act: where are we now? An NCCN roundtable.
- Paclitaxel-induced diffuse cutaneous sclerosis: a case with associated esophageal dysmotility, Raynaud's phenomenon, and myositis.
- Molecular genetics of the human beta-spectrin gene.
- Molecular cloning of the cDNA for human erythrocyte beta-spectrin.
- Localization of an essential ligand binding determinant of the human erythropoietin receptor to a domain N-terminal to the WSXWS motif: implications for soluble receptor function.
- Polymorphisms of the beta fibrinogen gene and plasma fibrinogen concentration in Caucasian and Japanese population samples.
- A translocated erythropoietin receptor gene in a human erythroleukemia cell line (TF-1) expresses an abnormal transcript and a truncated protein.
- Binding of PH domains of beta-adrenergic receptor kinase and beta-spectrin to WD40/beta-transducin repeat containing regions of the beta-subunit of trimeric G-proteins.
- Erythroid-specific processing of human beta spectrin I pre-mRNA.
- Localization of dystrophin and beta-spectrin in vacuolar myopathies.
- The 270 kDa splice variant of erythrocyte beta-spectrin (beta I sigma 2) segregates in vivo and in vitro to specific domains of cerebellar neurons.
- The exon-intron organization of the human erythroid beta-spectrin gene.
- HTLV-1 and multiple sclerosis: the link is missing.
- Erythroid and nonerythroid spectrins.
- Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay detects a potential soluble form of the erythropoietin receptor in human plasma.
- Thrombopoietin and its alternatively spliced form are expressed in human amygdala and hippocampus.
- Amino-acid substitution in alpha-spectrin commonly coinherited with nondominant hereditary spherocytosis.
- Chronic Pain
- Breast Cancer
- Lung Cancer
- Colon Cancer
- Chronic Kidney Disease
- Permanent Removal Of Ingrown Toenails
- Extra Corporeal Shockwave Therapy
- CEME/N Broward Hosp District Program
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