J. Wade Davis

Craig L. Franklin2
Catherine E. Hagan1
2Craig L. Franklin
1Catherine E. Hagan
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  • Aaron C. Ericsson, J. Wade Davis, William Spollen, Nathan Bivens, Scott Givan, Catherine E. Hagan +2 others
  • 2015
The commensal gut microbiota has been implicated as a determinant in several human diseases and conditions. There is mounting evidence that the gut microbiota of laboratory mice (Mus musculus) similarly modulates the phenotype of mouse models used to study human disease and development. While differing model phenotypes have been reported using mice(More)
The pathogenesis of inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD), Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, is due in part to interactions between the immune system, genetics, the environment, and endogenous microbiota. Gonadal sex hormones (GSH), such as estrogen, are thought to be involved in the development of IBD as variations in disease severity occur during(More)
  • Patsharaporn Techasintana, J. Wade Davis, Matthew M. Gubin, Joseph D. Magee, Ulus Atasoy, André Paul Gerber
  • 2015
Due to poor correlation between steady state mRNA levels and protein product, purely transcriptomic profiling methods may miss genes posttranscriptionally regulated by RNA binding proteins (RBPs) and microRNAs (miRNAs). RNA immunoprecipitation (RIP) methods developed to identify in vivo targets of RBPs have greatly elucidated those mRNAs which may be(More)
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