Theresa Mathieson

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Our efforts to prevent and treat breast cancer are significantly impeded by a lack of knowledge of the biology and developmental genetics of the normal mammary gland. In order to provide the specimens that will facilitate such an understanding, The Susan G. Komen for the Cure Tissue Bank at the IU Simon Cancer Center (KTB) was established. The KTB is, to(More)
Triple-negative breast cancers (TNBCs) are a heterogeneous set of tumors defined by an absence of actionable therapeutic targets (ER, PR, and HER-2). Microdissected normal ductal epithelium from healthy volunteers represents a novel comparator to reveal insights into TNBC heterogeneity and to inform drug development. Using RNA-sequencing data from our(More)
Investigations into the metabolism of drugs used in aquatic animal therapy are useful for understanding the mechanisms of xenobiotic transformation systems and can aid the development of dosing regimens. This study investigated the metabolism of the synthetic anthelmintic praziquantel, which has application in helminthiasis treatment for several fish(More)
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