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Kimberly Diane Reeves

TitleAssistant Professor
InstitutionWake Forest School of Medicine
DepartmentInternal Medicine - Molecular Medicine
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    Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, TXB.S.05/1997Biology/Chemistry
    Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, TXM.S.08/1999Biology
    University of North Texas, Denton, TXPh.D.05/2007Molecular Biology
    U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MDPost Doc09/2010Molecular Toxicology of Nerve Agents
    Texas Biomedical Research Institute, San Antonio, TXPost Doc12/2013Genetics of Complex Diseases

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    1. Spradling-Reeves KD, Glenn JP, Lange KJ, Kuhn N, Coalson JJ, Nijland MJ, Li C, Nathanielsz PW, Cox LA. The non-human primate kidney transcriptome in fetal development. J Med Primatol. 2018 06; 47(3):157-171. PMID: 29603257.
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    2. Cox LA, Olivier M, Spradling-Reeves K, Karere GM, Comuzzie AG, VandeBerg JL. Nonhuman Primates and Translational Research-Cardiovascular Disease. ILAR J. 2017 12 01; 58(2):235-250. PMID: 28985395.
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    3. Spradling-Reeves KD, Shade RE, Haywood JR, Cox LA. Primate response to angiotensin infusion and high sodium intake differ by sodium lithium countertransport phenotype. J Am Soc Hypertens. 2017 03; 11(3):178-184. PMID: 28238630.
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    4. Holmes RS, Spradling-Reeves KD, Cox LA. Evolution of Vertebrate Solute Carrier Family 9B Genes and Proteins (SLC9B): Evidence for a Marsupial Origin for Testis Specific SLC9B1 from an Ancestral Vertebrate SLC9B2 Gene. J Phylogenetics Evol Biol. 2016 Aug; 4(3). PMID: 28868326.
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    5. Holmes RS, Spradling-Reeves KD, Cox LA. Comparative and Evolutionary Studies of Mitochondrial and Cytoplasmic Pyrophosphatase (PPA) Genes and Proteins. Journal of data mining in genomics & proteomics. 2016; 7:205.
    6. Te JA, Spradling-Reeves KD, Dillman JF, Wallqvist A. Neuroprotective mechanisms activated in non-seizing rats exposed to sarin. Brain Res. 2015 Aug 27; 1618:136-48. PMID: 26049129.
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    7. Cox LA, Li C, Glenn JP, Lange K, Spradling KD, Nathanielsz PW, Jansson T. Expression of the placental transcriptome in maternal nutrient reduction in baboons is dependent on fetal sex. J Nutr. 2013 Nov; 143(11):1698-708. PMID: 24047701.
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    8. Spradling KD, Glenn JP, Garcia R, Shade RE, Cox LA. The baboon kidney transcriptome: analysis of transcript sequence, splice variants, and abundance. PLoS One. 2013; 8(4):e57563. PMID: 23637735.
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    9. Cox LA, Comuzzie AG, Havill LM, Karere GM, Spradling KD, Mahaney MC, Nathanielsz PW, Nicolella DP, Shade RE, Voruganti S, VandeBerg JL. Baboons as a model to study genetics and epigenetics of human disease. ILAR J. 2013; 54(2):106-21. PMID: 24174436.
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    10. Cox LA, Glenn JP, Spradling KD, Nijland MJ, Garcia R, Nathanielsz PW, Ford SP. A genome resource to address mechanisms of developmental programming: determination of the fetal sheep heart transcriptome. J Physiol. 2012 Jun 15; 590(12):2873-84. PMID: 22508961.
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    11. Spradling KD, Lumley LA, Robison CL, Meyerhoff JL, Dillman JF. Transcriptional responses of the nerve agent-sensitive brain regions amygdala, hippocampus, piriform cortex, septum, and thalamus following exposure to the organophosphonate anticholinesterase sarin. J Neuroinflammation. 2011 Jul 21; 8:84. PMID: 21777430.
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    12. Spradling KD, Lumley LA, Robison CL, Meyerhoff JL, Dillman JF. Transcriptional analysis of rat piriform cortex following exposure to the organophosphonate anticholinesterase sarin and induction of seizures. J Neuroinflammation. 2011 Jul 21; 8:83. PMID: 21777429.
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    13. Spradling KD, Dillman III JF. Advances in Molecular Toxicology; Fishbein JC, editor. The Molecular Toxicology of Chemical Warfare Nerve Agents, 5th edition. 2011; 111-144.
    14. Wilkinson JR, Spradling KD, Yoder DW, Pirtle IL, Pirtle RM. Molecular cloning and analysis of a cotton gene cluster of two genes and two pseudogenes for the PR5 protein osmotin. Physiological and molecular plant pathology. 2005; 67:68-82.
    15. Stangl Jr FB, Spradling KD, Goetze JR. Historical zoogeography and taxonomic status of the prairie vole (Microtus ochrogaster) from the southern plains of Texas and Oklahoma. Occasional Papers of The Museum, Texas Tech University. 2004; 235:1-11.
    16. Spradling KD, Sangl Jr FB, Cook WB. Evidence for a case of multiple paternity in the red bat (Lasiurus borealis), as indicated by DNA fingerprinting. Occasional Papers of The Museum, Texas Tech University. 2003; 224:1-10.
    17. Spradling KD, McDaniel AE, Lohi J, Pilcher BK. Epsin 3 is a novel extracellular matrix-induced transcript specific to wounded epithelia. J Biol Chem. 2001 Aug 03; 276(31):29257-67. PMID: 11359770.
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    18. Spradling KD, Riddle ww, Blossman-Myer B, Stangl Jr FB. Polymorphic nature of cranial fluorescence in the fox squirrel (Sciurus niger) from Texas and Oklahoma. Texas Journal of Science. 2000; 52:327-334.
    19. Riddle WW, Blossman-Myer B, Spradling KD, Stangl Jr FB. Noteworthy records of mammals from Palo Pinto County, Texas. Texas Journal of Science. 1999; 51:335-338.
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