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Michael Rauchman, M.D.C.M.
Professor

Understanding the molecular genetic basis of mammalian kidney development and how disruption of specific pathways leads to abnormal development of this organ.

Office: DRC 405
Voice: (314) 977-9366

Research Interests

Our lab focuses on understanding the molecular genetic basis of mammalian kidney development and on how disruption of specific pathways leads to abnormal development of this vital organ. We use the mouse as our model system.

Recent Publications

Notch-Tnf signalling is required for development and homeostasis of arterial valves
Wang Y, Wu B, Farrar E, Lui W, Lu P, Zhang D, Alfieri CM, Mao K, Chu M, Yang D, Xu D, Rauchman M, Taylor V, Conway SJ, Yutzey KE, Butcher JT and Zhou B

A mouse model of Townes-Brocks syndrome expressing a truncated mutant Sall1 protein is protected from acute kidney injury
Hirsch S, El-Achkar T, Robbins L, Basta J, Heitmeier M, Nishinakamura R and Rauchman M

Acute kidney injury after cardiac surgery: is minocycline protective?
Golestaneh L, Lindsey K, Malhotra P, Kargoli F, Farkas E, Barner H, Qazi R, Schmidt A, Rauchman M, Al-Aly Z, Johnson R, Martin K, Dagher P, Friedman A and El-Achkar TM

The nucleosome remodeling and deacetylase complex in development and disease
Basta J and Rauchman M

Sall1 balances self-renewal and differentiation of renal progenitor cells
Basta JM, Robbins L, Kiefer SM, Dorsett D and Rauchman M

Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
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