Sherri Borman

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The flow rate of tubular fluid has been suggested as one of several factors which may influence potassium transport in the distal convoluted tubule of the kidney. In the present micropuncture studies, the relationship between the flow rate of distal tubular fluid and potassium transport was examined in four groups of rats. Three groups of rats (I, II, and(More)
KUNAU, ROBERT T., JR., HAROLD L. WEBB, AND SUSAN C. BORMAN. Characteristics of sodium reabsorption in th loop of Henle and distal tubule. Am. J. Physiol. 227(5) : 1181-l 191. 1974.-This study was performed to define the characteristics of the relationship between sodium delivery to and sodium reabsorption in the superficial loop of Henle (loop segment) and(More)
20 Background: The Provista Biomarker Assay (PBA) combines multiple serum biomarkers, measured at high sensitivity, in order to determine the likelihood of an invasive breast tumor at the time of testing. PBA, when paired with traditional breast imaging technologies, provides a biochemical tool that can help guide additional imaging or biopsy decisions. As(More)
18 Background: Provista Diagnostics has developed a test that analyzes serum concentrations of 5 protein biomarkers in order to detect breast cancer. The dtectDx Breast test utilizes a proprietary algorithm that has been described previously (Weber et al. 2010). In this study, it was noted that the algorithm performs best in women under age 50. The aim of(More)
BACKGROUND Despite significant advances in breast imaging, the ability to detect breast cancer (BC) remains a challenge. To address the unmet needs of the current BC detection paradigm, 2 prospective clinical trials were conducted to develop a blood-based combinatorial proteomic biomarker assay (Videssa Breast) to accurately detect BC and reduce false(More)
13 Background: The use of protein biomarkers for serum-based detection of invasive breast cancer has been problematic due in large part to intrinsic variability in the population as a whole. The Provista Biomarker Assay (PBA) has been shown previously to be highly sensitive across a wide spectrum of clinical signals. The detection of autoantibodies (AAb)(More)
31 Background: An approach to detection that relies on biochemical markers of breast cancer would significantly contribute to more accurate detection in women with suspicious lesions. The combination of imaging, which identifies anatomical anomalies consistent with cancer with proteomic approaches promises to provide a powerful detection paradigm. A(More)
27 Background: Clinicians often experience difficulty in differentiating benign lesions from invasive breast cancers in patients designated as dense breast. A major limitation of radiological breast cancer screening methods involves a decrease in sensitivity and specificity in women with dense breast. Thus, we sought to test whether Klarify Breast, a(More)
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