Ashley Morgan Murray

TitleGraduate Student
InstitutionBaylor College of Medicine
DepartmentImmunology & Microbiology
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    1. Aloisio GM, Nagaraj D, Murray AM, Schultz EM, McBride T, Aideyan L, Nicholson EG, Henke D, Ferlic-Stark L, Rajan A, Kambal A, Johnson HL, Mosa E, Stossi F, Blutt SE, Piedra PA, Avadhanula V. Pediatric human nose organoids demonstrate greater susceptibility, epithelial responses, and cytotoxicity than adults during RSV infection. bioRxiv. 2024 Feb 01. PMID: 38352333; PMCID: PMC10862794.
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    2. Rajan A, Weaver AM, Aloisio GM, Jelinski J, Johnson HL, Venable SF, McBride T, Aideyan L, Ye X, Melicoff-Portillo E, Yerramilli MRK, Zeng XL, Mancini MA, Stossi F, Maresso AW, Kotkar SA, Estes MK, Blutt S, Avadhanula V, Piedra PA, Piedra FA. The Human Nose Organoid Respiratory Virus Model: an Ex Vivo Human Challenge Model To Study Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) Pathogenesis and Evaluate Therapeutics. mBio. 2021 02 22; 13(1):e0351121. PMID: 35164569; PMCID: PMC8844923.
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