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Selected Publications | Publications by Author
View the publications of Drs. Said Audi, Anne Clough and Elizabeth Jacobs, principal investigators at the Computational Lung Physiology Laboratory at the Marquette University and Medical College of Wisconsin Department of Biomedical Engineering.
Quantification or Mitochondrial Membrane Potential in the Isolated Rat Lung Using Rhodamine 6G. (Audi SH, Cammarata A, Clough AV, Dash RK, Jacobs ER) J Appl Physiol (1985) 2020 Apr 01; 128(4): 892–906 PMID: 32134711
Pharmacokinetics of Tc-HMPAO in isolated perfused rat lungs. (Clough AV, Barry K, Rizzo BM, Jacobs ER, Audi SH) J Appl Physiol (1985) 2019 Nov 01;127(5):1317–1327 PMID: 31414953
Integrated Computational Model of Lung Tissue Bioenergetics. (Zhang X, Dash RK, Clough AV, Xie D, Jacobs ER, Audi SH) Front Physiol 2019;10:191 PMID: 30906264
Detection of hydrogen peroxide production in the isolated rat lung using Amplex red. (Audi SH, Friedly N, Dash RK, Beyer AM, Clough AV, Jacobs ER) Free Radic Res 2018 Sep;52(9):1052-1062 (PMID: 30175632)
Integrated computational model of the bioenergetics of isolated lung mitochondria. (Zhang X, Dash RK, Jacobs ER, Camara AKS, Clough AV, Audi SH) PLoS One 2018;13(6):e0197921 PMID: 29889855
Hyperoxia Causes Mitochondrial Fragmentation in Pulmonary Endothelial Cells by Increasing Expression of Pro-Fission Proteins. (Ma C, Beyer AM, Durand M, Clough AV, Zhu D, Norwood Toro L, Terashvili M, Ebben JD, Hill RB, Audi SH, Medhora M, Jacobs ER) Arterioscler Thromb Vasc Biol 2018 03;38(3):622-635 PMID: 29419407
Protection by Inhaled Hydrogen Therapy in a Rat Model of Acute Lung Injury can be Tracked in vivo Using Molecular Imaging. (Audi SH, Jacobs ER, Zhang X, Camara AKS, Zhao M, Medhora MM, Rizzo B, Clough AV) Shock 2017 10;48(4):467-476 PMID: 28915216
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