Daniel Lorenz

Title(s)Postdoctoral Scholar, Cellular and Molecular Medicine
SchoolHealth Sciences
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    1. Sherman EJ, Lorenz DA, Garner AL. Click Chemistry-Mediated Complementation Assay for RNA-Protein Interactions. ACS Comb Sci. 2019 Jun 07. PMID: 31181888.
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    2. Garner AL, Lorenz DA, Gallagher EE. A click chemistry assay to identify natural product ligands for pre-microRNAs. Methods Enzymol. 2019; 623:85-99. PMID: 31239059.
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    3. Garner AL, Lorenz DA, Sandoval J, Gallagher EE, Kerk SA, Kaur T, Menon A. Tetracyclines as Inhibitors of Pre-microRNA Maturation: A Disconnection between RNA Binding and Inhibition. ACS Med Chem Lett. 2019 May 09; 10(5):816-821. PMID: 31098005.
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    4. Lorenz DA, Kaur T, Kerk SA, Gallagher EE, Sandoval J, Garner AL. Expansion of cat-ELCCA for the Discovery of Small Molecule Inhibitors of the Pre-let-7-Lin28 RNA-Protein Interaction. ACS Med Chem Lett. 2018 Jun 14; 9(6):517-521. PMID: 29937975.
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    5. Lorenz DA, Vander Roest S, Larsen MJ, Garner AL. Development and Implementation of an HTS-Compatible Assay for the Discovery of Selective Small-Molecule Ligands for Pre-microRNAs. SLAS Discov. 2018 Jan; 23(1):47-54. PMID: 28686847.
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    6. Lorenz DA, Garner AL. A click chemistry-based microRNA maturation assay optimized for high-throughput screening. Chem Commun (Camb). 2016 Jul 07; 52(53):8267-70. PMID: 27284591; PMCID: PMC4919152 [Available on 07/07/17].
    7. Lorenz DA, Song JM, Garner AL. High-throughput platform assay technology for the discovery of pre-microrna-selective small molecule probes. Bioconjug Chem. 2015 Jan 21; 26(1):19-23. PMID: 25506628.
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    8. Lockshon D, Olsen CP, Brett CL, Chertov A, Merz AJ, Lorenz DA, Van Gilst MR, Kennedy BK. Rho signaling participates in membrane fluidity homeostasis. PLoS One. 2012; 7(10):e45049. PMID: 23071506; PMCID: PMC3465289.