Dr. Axline is a board-certified internist specializing in infectious disease. He is currently affiliated with Marina Del Rey Hospital. Dr. Axline attended the Ohio State University College Of Medicine and graduated in 1956. He completed his internship and residency at Stanford University Hospital & Clinics. Dr. Axline co-authored numerous medical publications and he is a member of the International Society of Travel Medicine.

Conditions Dr. Stanton Axline Treats at Marina Del Rey Hospital

  • Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS)
  • Helicobacter Pylori infection
  • E. Coli infection
  • Hepatitis A (HAV)
  • Hepatitis C
  • Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever (RMSF)
  • Salmonella poisoning
  • Tuberculosis
  • Malaria
  • Meningitis

Insurance Accepted

  • Anthem Blue Cross
  • Medicare

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Spanish

Education & Training

Medical Degree

Ohio State University College of Medicine

Internship(s)

University of Colorado School of Medicine

Residency(ies)

Stanford University Hospital & Clinics

Fellowship(s)

Stanford University Hospital & Clinics



Memberships & Affiliations

  • International Society of Travel Medicine International Society of Travel Medicine
  • Publications & Media

    • Colchicine effects on lysosomal enzyme induction and intracellular degradation in the cultivated macrophage.

      Pesanti, E. L., Axline, S. G.; J Exp Med.

    • Clearance of gentamicin during hemodialysis: comparison of four artificial kidneys.

      Halpren, B. A., Axline, S. G., Coplon, N. S., Brown, D. M.; J Infect Dis.

    • Computer-based consultations in clinical therapeutics: explanation and rule acquisition capabilities of the MYCIN system.

      Shortliffe, E. H., Davis, R., Axline, S. G., Buchanan, B. G., Green, C. C., Cohen, S. N.; Comput Biomed Res.

    • Phagolysosome formation in normal and colchicine-treated macrophages.

      Pesanti, E. L., Axline, S. G.; J Exp Med.

    • Macrophage-mediated resistance to intracellular infection induced by poly-L-glutamic acid.

      Axline, S. G., Mendenhall, J. W., Remington, J. S.; J Immunol.

    • Subplasmalemmal microfilaments and microtubules in resting and phagocytizing cultivated macrophages.

      Reaven, E. P., Axline, S. G.; J Cell Biol.

    • Adaptations of energy metabolism in the cultivated macrophage.

      Simon, L. M., Axline, S. G., Horn, B. R., Robin, E. D.; J Exp Med.

    • Inhibition of phagocytosis and plasma membrane mobility of the cultivated macrophage by cytochalasin B. Role of subplasmalemmal microfilaments.

      Axline, S. G., Reaven, E. P.; J Cell Biol.

    • An artificial intelligence program to advise physicians regarding antimicrobial therapy.

      Shortliffe, E. H., Axline, S. G., Buchanan, B. G., Merigan, T. C., Cohen, S. N.; Comput Biomed Res

    • Aryl hydrocarbon hydroxylase induction in mouse peritoneal macrophages and blood-derived human macrophages.

      Ptashne, K., Brothers, L., Axline, S. G., Cohen, S. N.; Proc Soc Exp Biol Med.

    • Isozymes of acid phosphatase in normal and Calmette-Guérin bacillus-induced rabbit alveolar macrophages.

      Axline, S. G.; J Exp Med.

    • In vitro induction of lysosomal enzymes by phagocytosis.

      Axline, S. G., Cohn, Z. A.; J Exp Med.

    • Functional biochemistry of the macrophage.

      Axline, S. G.; Semin Hematol.

    • Clinical pharmacology of kanamycin in premature infants.

      Simon, H. J., Axline, S. G.; Ann N Y Acad Sci.

    • Cephalothin. Its in vitro antibacterial spectrum as studied in a diagnostic laboratory.

      Simon, H. J., Axline, S. G., Vosti, K. L.; Calif Med.

    • Clinical pharmacology of antimicrobials in premature infants. 3. Alpha-6-deoxyoxytetracycline (doxycycline).

      Simon, H. J., Yaffe, S. J., Fontana, V. J., Axline, S. G.; Antimicrob Agents Chemother (Bethesda).

    • Clinical pharmacology of antimicrobials in premature infants. II. Ampicillin, methicillin, oxacillin, neomycin, and colistin.

      Axline, S. G., Yaffe, S. J., Simon, H. J.; Pediatrics.

    • Mycotic aortic pseudoaneurysm with aortoenteric fistula caused by Arizona hinshawii

      McIntyre, K. E., Malone, J. M., Richards, E., Axline, S. G.; Surgery.

    • Infectious diseases in the geriatric patient.

      Corcoran, J. G., Axline, S. G.; Otolaryngol Clin North Am.