Samantha M. Logan

2017-2021 Biology Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada 
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Logan SM, Storey KB. (2021) Markers of tissue remodeling and inflammation in the white and brown adipose tissues of a model hibernator. Cellular Signalling. 82: 109975
Logan SM, Gupta A, Wang A, et al. (2021) Isoflurane and low-level carbon monoxide exposures increase expression of pro-survival miRNA in neonatal mouse heart. Cell Stress & Chaperones
Logan SM, Storey KB. (2021) MicroRNA expression patterns in the brown fat of hibernating 13-lined ground squirrels. Genomics. 113: 769-781
Giroud S, Habold C, Nespolo RF, et al. (2020) The Torpid State: Recent Advances in Metabolic Adaptations and Protective Mechanisms. Frontiers in Physiology. 11: 623665
Watts AJ, Logan SM, Kübber-Heiss A, et al. (2020) Regulation of Peroxisome Proliferator-Activated Receptor Pathway During Torpor in the Garden Dormouse, . Frontiers in Physiology. 11: 615025
Logan SM, Storey KB. (2020) Inflammasome signaling could be used to sense and respond to endogenous damage in brown but not white adipose tissue of a hibernating ground squirrel. Developmental and Comparative Immunology. 103819
Logan SM, Watts AJ, Posautz A, et al. (2020) The Ratio of Linoleic and Linolenic Acid in the Pre-hibernation Diet Influences NFκB Signaling in Garden Dormice During Torpor. Frontiers in Molecular Biosciences. 7: 97
Logan SM, Storey KB. (2020) Regrowth and neuronal protection are key for mammalian hibernation: roles for metabolic suppression. Neural Regeneration Research. 15: 2027-2028
Logan SM, Storey KB. (2020) Cold-inducible RNA-binding protein Cirp, but not Rbm3, may regulate transcript processing and protection in tissues of the hibernating ground squirrel. Cell Stress & Chaperones
Logan SM, Szereszewski KE, Bennett NC, et al. (2020) The brains of six African mole-rat species show divergent responses to hypoxia. The Journal of Experimental Biology
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