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David S. Lorberbaum

TitlePost-Doctoral Fellow
InstitutionUniversity of Colorado Denver - Anschutz Medical Campus
DepartmentSOM-BDC Basic Research
Phone303/724-8694

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    1. Hudish LI, Bubak A, Triolo TM, Niemeyer CS, Lorberbaum DS, Sussel L, Nagel M, Taliaferro JM, Russ HA. Modeling Hypoxia-Induced Neuropathies Using a Fast and Scalable Human Motor Neuron Differentiation System. Stem Cell Reports. 2021 Apr 13; 16(4):1009. PMID: 33852882.
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    2. Lorberbaum DS, Kishore S, Rosselot C, Sarbaugh D, Brooks EP, Aragon E, Xuan S, Simon O, Ghosh D, Mendelsohn C, Gadue P, Sussel L. Retinoic acid signaling within pancreatic endocrine progenitors regulates mouse and human ß cell specification. Development. 2020 06 22; 147(12). PMID: 32467243.
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    3. Ramirez DG, Abenojar E, Hernandez C, Lorberbaum DS, Papazian LA, Passman S, Pham V, Exner AA, Benninger RKP. Contrast-enhanced ultrasound with sub-micron sized contrast agents detects insulitis in mouse models of type1 diabetes. Nat Commun. 2020 05 07; 11(1):2238. PMID: 32382089.
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    4. Hudish LI, Bubak A, Triolo TM, Niemeyer CS, Lorberbaum DS, Sussel L, Nagel M, Taliaferro JM, Russ HA. Modeling Hypoxia-Induced Neuropathies Using a Fast and Scalable Human Motor Neuron Differentiation System. Stem Cell Reports. 2020 06 09; 14(6):1033-1043. PMID: 32386561.
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    5. Lorberbaum DS, Sussel L. A Notch in Time: Spatiotemporal Analysis of Notch Signaling during Pancreas Development. Dev Cell. 2020 03 23; 52(6):681-682. PMID: 32208161.
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    6. Lorberbaum DS, Docherty FM, Sussel L. Animal Models of Pancreas Development, Developmental Disorders, and Disease. Adv Exp Med Biol. 2020; 1236:65-85. PMID: 32304069.
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    7. Guney MA, Lorberbaum DS, Sussel L. Pancreatic ß cell regeneration: To ß or not to ß. Curr Opin Physiol. 2020 Apr; 14:13-20. PMID: 32864533.
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    8. Hudish LI, Lorberbaum DS, Sussel L. FISHing for ß Cells. Dev Cell. 2019 01 07; 48(1):7-8. PMID: 30620904.
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    9. Lorberbaum DS, Sussel L. Gotta Have GATA for Human Pancreas Development. Cell Stem Cell. 2017 05 04; 20(5):577-579. PMID: 28475878.
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    10. Churchill AJ, Gutiérrez GD, Singer RA, Lorberbaum DS, Fischer KA, Sussel L. Genetic evidence that Nkx2.2 acts primarily downstream of Neurog3 in pancreatic endocrine lineage development. Elife. 2017 01 10; 6. PMID: 28071588.
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    11. Lorberbaum DS, Ramos AI, Peterson KA, Carpenter BS, Parker DS, De S, Hillers LE, Blake VM, Nishi Y, McFarlane MR, Chiang AC, Kassis JA, Allen BL, McMahon AP, Barolo S. An ancient yet flexible cis-regulatory architecture allows localized Hedgehog tuning by patched/Ptch1. Elife. 2016 05 05; 5. PMID: 27146892.
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    12. Gurdziel K, Lorberbaum DS, Udager AM, Song JY, Richards N, Parker DS, Johnson LA, Allen BL, Barolo S, Gumucio DL. Identification and Validation of Novel Hedgehog-Responsive Enhancers Predicted by Computational Analysis of Ci/Gli Binding Site Density. PLoS One. 2015; 10(12):e0145225. PMID: 26710299.
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    13. Lorberbaum DS, Barolo S. Enhancers: holding out for the right promoter. Curr Biol. 2015 Mar 30; 25(7):R290-3. PMID: 25829016.
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    14. Lorberbaum DS, Barolo S. Gene regulation: when analog beats digital. Curr Biol. 2013 Dec 02; 23(23):R1054-6. PMID: 24309285.
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    15. Lorberbaum DS, Gottlieb D. Regulated expression of transgenes in embryonic stem cell-derived neural cells. Genesis. 2011 Feb; 49(2):66-74. PMID: 21344609.
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