Robert E Tripati

Biogeosciences and Geobiology

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Publications (sorted by catgory):

Ocean acidification and biomineralization:

Tripati R*, Howes E*, Bijma J, Gattuso J. Comparison of Mediterranean pteropod shell biometrics and ultrastructure from museum (1910 and 1921) and present day (2012) samples; effects of global change? In Revision, PloS ONE.


Kimball J, Tripati R, and Dunbar R. Carbonate "clumped" isotope signatures in aragonitic scleractinian and calcitic gorgonian deep-sea corals.  Biogeosciences Discussions. 2015; 12: 19115-19165, 2015.


Note: Robert E. Tripati.


Tripati A, Hill, P, Eagle R, Mosenfelder J, Tang J, Henry D, Schauble E, Eiler J, & Zeebe R, Uchikawa J, Coplen T, Ries J & Henry D. Beyond temperature: Clumped isotope signatures in dissolved inorganic carbon species and the influence of solution chemistry on carbonate mineral composition. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 2015; 166: 344-371.


Eagle R, Eiler J, Tripati A, Ries, J, Freitas P, Hiebenthal C, Wanamaker, A, Taviani M, Elliot, M, Marenssi S, Nakamura K, Ramirez P, & Roy K. The influence of temperature and seawater carbonate saturation state on 13C- 18O bond ordering in bivalve mollusks. Biogeosciences. 2013; 10: 4591-4606.


Tripati A, Eagle R, Thiagarajan N, Gagnon A, Halloran P, Bausch H, & Eiler J. 13C- 18O isotope signatures and ‘clumped isotope’ thermometry in foraminifera and coccoliths. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 2010; 74: 5697-5717.


Climate change:

Levy R., Harwood D., Florindo F., Sangiorgi F., Eagle R., Eynatten H., Gasson E., Kuhn G., Tripati A., DeConto R., Fielding C., Field B., Golledge N., McKay R., Naish T., Olney M., Pollard D., Schouten S., Talarico F., Warny S., Willmott V., SMS Science Team, Antarctic ice sheet sensitivity to atmospheric CO2 variations during the early to mid-Miocene, In revision, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America.


Loyd S, Corsetti F, Eagle R, Hagadorn J, Shen Y., Zhang X., & Tripati A. Origins of the Neoproterozoic Wonoka-Shuram anomaly from clumped isotope paleothermometry. Precambrian Research 2015; 264: 179-191.


Tripati A, Sahany S, Pittman, D, Eagle R, Neelin J, Mitchell J, & Beaufort L. Enhanced Tropical Warming and Entrainment Explain Glacial to Recent Changes in Snowlines and Tropospheric Structure over the West Pacific Warm Pool. Nature Geoscience. 2014; 7: 205-209.


Eagle R, Risi C, Mitchell J, Eiler J, Seibt U, Li G, Neelin J, & Tripati A. High regional climate sensitivity over continental China inferred from glacial-recent changes in temperature and the hydrologic cycle. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 2013; 110: 8813-8818.


Csank A, Tripati A, Patterson W, Eagle R, Rybczynski N, Ballantyne A, & Eiler J. Estimates of Arctic land surface temperatures during the early Pliocene from two novel proxies. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 2011; 304: 291-299.


Tripati A, Roberts C, Eagle R, & Li, G. A 20 million year record of planktic foraminiferal B/Ca ratios: Systematics and uncertainties in pCO2 reconstructions. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 2011; 75: 2582-2610.


Tripati A, Roberts C, & Eagle R. Coupling of CO2 and ice sheet stability over major climate transitions of the last 20 million years. Science. 2009; 326: 1394-1397.


Tripati A, Eagle R, Dawber C, Morton A, Dowdeswell J, Atkinson K, Bahe Y, Macintyre H, Shaw R, & Shorttle O. Evidence for northern hemisphere glaciation back to 44 Ma from ice-rafted debris in the Greenland sea. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 2008; 265: 112-122.


Evolution of physiology:

Eagle R, Enriquez M, Grellet-Tinner G, Perez-Huerta, A., Hu D, Tütken T, Montanari S, Loyd S, Ramirez P, Tripati, A., Kohn, M., Cerling T, Chiappe L, & Eiler J. Eggshell formation temperatures reveal varied thermophysiology of Cretaceous dinosaurs. 2015. Nature Communications, doi:10.1038/ncomms9296.


Eagle R, Tütken T, Martin T, Tripati A, Fricke H, Connely M, Cifelli R, & Eiler J. Dinosaur body temperatures determined from isotopic (13C-18O) ordering in fossil biominerals. Science. 2011; 333: 443-445.


Eagle R, Schauble E, Tripati A, Tütken T, Hulbert R, & Eiler J. Body temperatures of modern and extinct vertebrates based on 13C-18O bond abundances in bioapatite. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 2010; 107: 10377-10382.


Evolution and function of the immune system:

de Kruijf E, Sajet A, van Nes JG, Putter H, Smit V, Eagle R, Jafferji I, Trowsdale J, Liefers G, van de Velde C, & Kuppen P. NKG2D ligand expression and association with clinical outcome in early breast cancer patients: an observational study. BMC Cancer. 2012; 12: 24.


Ohashi M, Eagle R, & Trowsdale J. Post-translational modification of the NKG2D ligand RAET1G leads to cell surface expression of a GPI-linked isoform. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 2010; 285: 16408-16415.


Bennett N, Ashiru O, Morgan F, Pang Y, Okecha G, Eagle R, Trowsdale J, Sissons J, & Wills M. Intracellular sequestration of the NKG2D ligand ULBP3 by human cytomegalovirus. Journal of Immunology. 2010; 185: 1093-1102.


Eagle R*, McGilvray R*, Rolland P, Jafferji I, Trowsdale J, & Durrant L. ULBP2 and RAET1E NKG2D ligands are independent predictors of poor prognosis in Ovarian Cancer patients. International Journal of Cancer. 2010. 127: 1412-1420.


Eagle R*, McGilvray R*, Watson N, Al-Attar A, Ball G, Jafferji I, Trowsdale J, & Durrant L. NKG2D ligand expression in human colorectal cancer reveals associations with prognosis and evidence for immunoediting. Clinical Cancer Research. 2009. 15: 6993-7002.


Eagle R*, Traherne J*, Hair J, Jafferji I, & Trowsdale J. ULBP6/RAET1L is an additional human NKG2D ligand. European Journal of Immunology. 2009; 39: 3207-3216.


Eagle R, Flack G, Warford A, Ohashi M, Martinez-Borra J, Jafferji I, Barrow AD, Boyle LH, Traherne JA, Caillat-Zucman S, Young NT, & Trowsdale J. Cellular Expression, trafficking, and function of ULBP5/RAET1G. PLoS ONE. 2009; 4: e4503.


Eagle R, Jafferji I, & Barrow A. Beyond Stressed Self: Evidence for NKG2D ligand expression on healthy cells. Current Immunology Reviews. 2009; 5: 22-34.


Eagle R, & Trowsdale J. Promiscuity and the single receptor: NKG2D. Nature Reviews Immunology. 2007; 7:737-744.


Nedvetski S, Sowinski S, Eagle R, Harris J, Vely F, Pende D, Trowsdale J, Vivier E, Gordon S, & Davis D. Reciprocal regulation of human natural killer cells and macrophages associated with distinct immune synapses. Blood. 2007; 109:3776-3785.


Eagle R*, Traherne J*, Ashiru, O, Wills M, & Trowsdale J. Regulation of NKG2D ligand gene expression. Human Immunology. 2006; 67:159-69.


Eagle R*, Bacon L*, Meyer M, Easom N, Young N, & Trowsdale J. Two human ULBP/RAET1 molecules with transmembrane regions are ligands for NKG2D. Journal of Immunology 2004; 173:1078-84.