Kathleen M. Caron

Affiliations: 
Genetics & Molecular Biology University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC 
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Genetics, Physiology Biology
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Quinn KE, Matson BC, Wetendorf M, et al. (2019) Pinopodes: Recent advancements, current perspectives, and future directions. Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology. 501: 110644
Hollern DP, Swiatnicki MR, Rennhack JP, et al. (2019) E2F1 Drives Breast Cancer Metastasis by Regulating the Target Gene FGF13 and Altering Cell Migration. Scientific Reports. 9: 10718
Matson BC, Li M, Trincot CE, et al. (2018) Genetic loss of proadrenomedullin N-terminal 20 peptide (PAMP) in mice is compatible with survival. Peptides
Xu W, Wittchen ES, Hoopes SL, et al. (2018) Small GTPase Rap1A/B Is Required for Lymphatic Development and Adrenomedullin-Induced Stabilization of Lymphatic Endothelial Junctions. Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology. 38: 2410-2422
Stefanini L, Lee RH, Paul DS, et al. (2018) Functional redundancy between RAP1 isoforms in murine platelet production and function. Blood
Mackie DI, Al Mutairi F, Davis RB, et al. (2018) h mutation causes autosomal recessive nonimmune hydrops fetalis with lymphatic dysplasia. The Journal of Experimental Medicine
Matson BC, Quinn KE, Lessey BA, et al. (2018) Elevated levels of adrenomedullin in eutopic endometrium and plasma from women with endometriosis. Fertility and Sterility
Matson BC, Pierce SL, Espenschied ST, et al. (2017) Adrenomedullin Improves Fertility and Promotes Pinopodes and Cell Junctions in the Peri-Implantation Endometrium. Biology of Reproduction
Kadmiel M, Matson BC, Espenschied ST, et al. (2017) Loss of receptor activity-modifying protein 2 in mice causes placental dysfunction and alters PTH1R regulation. Plos One. 12: e0181597
Davis RB, Kechele DO, Blakeney ES, et al. (2017) Lymphatic deletion of calcitonin receptor-like receptor exacerbates intestinal inflammation. Jci Insight. 2: e92465
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