Morrison, H. M., Craft, J., Rivera-Lugo, R., Johnson, J. R., Golovkine, G. R., Bell, S. L., Dodd, C. E., Van Dis, E., Beatty, W. L., Margolis, S. R., Repasy, T., Shaker, I., Lee, A. Y., Vance, R. E., Stanley, S. A., Watson, R. O., Krogan, N. J., Portnoy, D. A., Penn, B. H., & Cox, J. S. (2023). Deficiency in Galectin-3, -8, and -9 impairs immunity to chronic Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection but not acute infection with multiple intracellular pathogens. PLoS pathogens19(6), e1011088.

Bays DJ, Nguyen MH, Cohen SH, Waldman S, Martin CS, Thompson GR, Sandrock C, Tourtellotte J, Pugashetti J, Phan C, Nguyen HH, Warner GY, Penn BH. Investigation of nosocomial SARS-CoV-2 transmission from two patients to healthcare workers identifies close contact but not airborne transmission events. Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology. 2020 July; 42(9):1046-1052

Truong T, Penn BH. An M. tuberculosis Metabolic Enzyme Moonlights as an Anti-Inflammatory Effector Protein. Cell Host & Microbe. 2020 March; 27(3):310-312

Penn BH, Netter Z, Johnson, J. Ohol Y, Maher C., Bell S, Von Dollen J, Geiger K, Du X, Choi A, Parry T, Naramura M, Jang G, Johnson T, Chen C, Jaeger S, Shales M, Portnoy D, Hernandez R, Coscoy L, Krogan NJ and Cox JS. A Mtb-Human Protein-Protein Interaction Map Reveals a Role for the Ubiquitin Ligase CBL in Regulating the Balance Between Host Anti-Viral and Anti-Bacterial Responses. Molecular Cell.  2018 August; 71(4):637−648.

Penn BH and Cox JS. Immunology: Organelle stress triggers inflammation. Nature. 2016 April; 21:532, 321–322.

Mirrashidi K, Engel J, Verschueren E, Johnson JR, Frando A, Von Dollen J, Rosenberg R, Gulbahce N, Jang G, Johnson J, Jager S, Gopalakrishnan A, Dunn JD, Olive A, Penn BH,, Shales M, Starnbach M, Derre I, Valdivia R, Krogan N, Engel J. Global analysis of Chlamydia Inc-host protein interactome reveals that retromer functions as a host restriction factor. Cell Host & Microbe. 2015 July; 8(18):109–121.

Ercegovac UC, Metcalfe TL, Penn BH, Smith KM, Elmore JG. Traveling as a risk factor for venous thromboembolic disease. Respir Care. 2006 Oct;51(10):1177–80.

Cao Y, Kumar RM, Penn BH, Berkes CA, Kooperberg C, Boyer LA, Young RA, and Tapscott SJ. Global and gene-specific analyses show distinct roles for Myod and Myog at a common set of promoters. EMBO J.2006 Feb 8;25(3):502–11.

Penn BH, Bergstrom DA, Dilworth FJ, Bengal E, Tapscott SJ. A MyoD-generated feed-forward circuit temporally patterns gene expression during skeletal muscle differentiation. Genes & Dev. Cold Spring Harbor Lab. 2004 Oct 1;18(19):2348–53.

Berkes CA, Bergstrom DA, Penn BH, Seaver KJ, Knoepfler PS, Tapscott SJ. Pbx marks genes for activation by MyoD indicating a role for a homeodomain protein in establishing myogenic potential. Molecular Cell. 2004 May 21;14(4):465–77.

Penn BH*, Bergstrom DA*, Strand A, Perry RLS, Rudnicki MA, Tapscott SJ. Promoter-specific regulation of MyoD binding and signal transduction cooperate to pattern gene expression. Molecular Cell. 2002 Mar;9(3):587–600. *These authors contributed equally to this work

Filippova GN, Thienes CP, Penn BH, Cho DH, Hu YJ, Moore JM, et al. CTCF-binding sites flank CTG/CAG repeats and form a methylation-sensitive insulator at the DM1 locus. Nat Genet. Nature Publishing Group.2001 Aug;28(4):335–43.

Penn BH, Berkes CA, Bergstrom DA, Tapscott SJ. How to MEK muscle. Molecular Cell. 2001 Aug;8(2).

Waskiewicz AJ, Johnson JC, Penn BH, Mahalingam M, Kimball SR, Cooper JA. Phosphorylation of the cap-binding protein eukaryotic translation initiation factor 4E by protein kinase Mnk1 in vivoMol. Cell. Biol. 1999;19:1871–1880.