Lauren Edith Dorn

TitleGraduate Student
InstitutionBaylor College of Medicine
DepartmentDevelopment, Disease Models & Therapeutics
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    1. Norton N, Bruno KA, Di Florio DN, Whelan ER, Hill AR, Morales-Lara AC, Mease AA, Sousou JM, Malavet JA, Dorn LE, Salomon GR, Macomb LP, Khatib S, Anastasiadis ZP, Necela BM, McGuire MM, Giresi PG, Kotha A, Beetler DJ, Weil RM, Landolfo CK, Fairweather D. Trpc6 Promotes Doxorubicin-Induced Cardiomyopathy in Male Mice With Pleiotropic Differences Between Males and Females. Front Cardiovasc Med. 2021; 8:757784. PMID: 35096991.
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    2. Parker KA, Springall BT, Garshong RA, Malachi AN, Dorn LE, Costa-Terryll A, Mathis RA, Lewis AN, MacCheyne CL, Davis TT, Rice AD, Varh NY, Li H, Schug MD, Kalcounis-Rueppell MC. Rapid increases in bat activity and diversity after wetland construction in an urban ecosystem. Wetlands (Wilmington). 2019 Aug; 39(4):717-727. PMID: 31564763.
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