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P. Scott Pollock, M.D.

 

Clinical Professor
Division of Rheumatology

 
1959 NE Pacific Street
Box 356428
Seattle, WA 98195-6428

Phone: 206-543-3414
Fax: 206-685-9397

 

 

EDUCATION AND TRAINING

  • M.D., U.C.L.A., Los Angeles, CA, 1971
  • Residency of Medicine, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 1975-78
  • Fellowship in Rheumatology, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 1978-80

 

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

  • American College of Physicians / American Society of Internal Medicine
  • Washington State Medical Society
  • American College of Rheumatology
  • Northwest Rheumatism Association

 

REPRESENTATIVE PUBLICATIONS

 

Pollock PS, and Handsfield HH: “Arthritis” in Sexually Transmitted Diseases, ed. Holmes KK et al, McGraw-Hill, 1984, pp. 745-760, and second edition, published 1989.

Martin DH, Pollock S, Kuo CC, Wang SP, Brunham RC, and Holmes KK: Chlamydia trachomatis infections in men with Reiter’s syndrome, Ann Int Med 100: 20-213, 1984.

Glenner GG, Linke, RP, and Pollock PS: Systemic amyloidosis and immunoglobulins, in Symposium on myloidosis, Wegelius, O. (Academic Press, New York), 1976.

Sipe JD, McAdam KPWJ, Torain BF, and Pollock PS: Isolation and structural properties of murine SAA -- The acute phase serum precurser of amyloid AA, Immunol Commun 6: 1-12, 1977.

Watanbe S, Jaffe E, Pollock PS, Sipe JD, and Glenner GG: Amyloid AA Protein: Cellular distribution and appearance, Amer J Clin Path 67: 540-44, 1977.

Segrest JP, Pownall HJ, Jackson, RL, Glenner GG, and Pollock PS: Amyloid A: Amphipathic helixes and lipid binding. Biochemistry 15: 3187-91, 1976.

Sipe, JD, Ignaczak TF, Pollock PS, and Glenner GG: Amyloid fibril protein AA: Purification and properties of the antigenically related serum component as determined by solid phase radioimmunoassay. J Immun 116: 1151-56, April 1976.

Pollock PS and Glenner GG: An alternative method for removing low molecular weight proteins from urea and guanidine HCL solution, Anal Biochem 68: 341-44, Sept. 1975.

Linke RP, Sipe JD, Pollock PS, Ignaczak TF, and Glenner GG: Isolation of a low molecular weight, serum component antigenically related to an amyloid fibril protein of unknown origin. Proc Nat Acad Sci, USA 72: 1473- 76, April 1975.

Cancilla PA, Baker RN, Pollock PS, and Frommes SP: The reaction of pericytes of the central nervous system to exogenous protein. Lab Invest 26: 376, 1972.

Baker RN, Cancilla PA, Pollock PS, and Frommes SP: The movement of exogenous protein in experimental cerebral edema. An electron microscopic study after freeze-injury. J Neuropathol Exp Neuro 30: 668, 1971.

Cancilla PA, Pollock PS, Baker RN and Andrews JM: The fate of exogenous protein in the nervous system. In Sixth International Congress of Neuphropathology, p 1033. Paris, Masson et Cie Editeurs, 1970.

 

 

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