Celeste Chong-CerrilloInstructional Laboratory Manager
Contact InformationOffice: ZHS 450
Phone: (213) 740-6085
- A.B. Biochemistry, Occidental College, 1989
- Ph.D. Microbiology & Immunology, Tulane University Medical Center, 1997
- Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Pathology, University of California, Irvine, 1999-2001
- Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, University of California, Los Angeles, 1997-1999
Clements, J. D., Chong, C., Bost, K. L. (1996). Use of attenuated Salmonella vectors for oral vaccines. Essentials of Mucosal Immunology pp. 513-542. San Diego, CA: Essentials of Mucosal Immunology.
Chong-Cerrillo, C., Selsted, M. E., Peterson, E. M., de la Maza, L. M. (2003). Susceptibility of human and murine Chlamydia trachomatis serovars to granulocyte- and epithelium-derived antimicrobial peptides. JOURNAL OF PEPTIDE RESEARCH. Vol. 61 (5), pp. 237-242. Chong-Cerrillo, C., Shang, E. S., Blanco, D. R., Lovett, M. A., Miller, J. N. (2001). Immunohistochemical analysis of Lyme disease in the skin of naive and infection-immune rabbits following challenge. INFECTION AND IMMUNITY. Vol. 69 (6), pp. 4094-4102. Chong-Cerrillo, C., Wu, X., Wang, Y., Blanco, D., Lovett, M., Miller, J. (2000). Immune serum from rabbits infected with Borrelia burgdorferi B31 confers complete passive protection against homologous challenge. Journal of Spirochetal and Tick-borne Diseases. Vol. 7, pp. 3-9. Chong, C., Friberg, M., Clements, J. D. (1998). LT(R192G), a non-toxic mutant of the heat-labile enterotoxin of Escherichia coli, elicits enhanced humoral and cellular immune responses associated with protection against lethal oral challenge with Salmonella spp. Vaccine. Vol. 16, pp. 732-740. Chong, C., Bost, K. L., Clements, J. D. (1996). Differential production of interleukin-12 mRNA by murine macrophages in response to viable or killed Salmonella spp. Infection and Immunity. Vol. 64, pp. 1154-1160. Martin, G. G., Hose, J., Omori, S., Chong, C., Hoodbhoy, T., McKrell, N. (1991). Localization and roles of coagulogen and transglutaminase in hemolymph coagulation in decapod crustaceans. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. Vol. 100 (3), pp. 517-522.