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Integrative Immunology Center OU Laboratory


T. Kent Teague, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Director of Research Laboratories


Julie Marino, Ph.D. Instructor


Lab Location/ Complete Address:

University of Oklahoma Schusterman Center

Building 1, Basic Science Laboratories Room 2E28

4502 E. 41st Street, Tulsa, OK 74135


Lab Lead Contact:

Ashlee Taylor, B.S., M.B.A. – Laboratory Manager

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Lab Personnel:

Chibing Tan, Ph.D. – Research Associate/Flow Cytometry Specialist

Brenda Davis, B.S. – Research Assistant II

Debbie Neal, B.S. – Senior Administrative Assistant




Research Description:

The immunology laboratories that Dr. Teague oversees support numerous research projects that focus on the involvement of immune system factors in human disease and the potential of in vitro production and manipulation of immune system cells for clinical therapies. Additionally, his laboratory is exploring the potential use of inflammatory cytokines and cytokine receptor signaling as biomarkers for diagnosis and management of human diseases. Multiple current biomarker projects are focused on mood disorders, aging, chronic stress, and renal disease.


Instrument and Technique Specialties:

Flow cytometry (multiparameter analysis of cell surface and intracellular proteins)

Cytokine signaling assays (intracellular flow cytometry and Western blotting)

Magnetic bead and flow cytometric (FACS) cell sorting

Cytokine/inflammatory factor analysis (cytokine bead arrays and ELISA)

Real-time RT-PCR (SYBR-Green and TaqMan methods)


Funding Sources:

Stanley Medical Research Institute

Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Sciences and Technology

Oklahoma Orthopedic Trauma Foundation

University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine

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Our Mission:

To develop bioscience research in Tulsa and to position Tulsa to be a leader in bioscience education, training, research and innovation by utilizing the assets of all area institutions of higher education.