Luke A Schwerdtfeger

Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO 
"Luke Schwerdtfeger"
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Martinez B, Schwerdtfeger LA, Richardson A, et al. (2022) H-NMR Profiling of Short-Chain Fatty Acid Content from a Physiologically Accurate Gut-on-a-Chip Device. Analytical Chemistry. 94: 9987-9992
Schwerdtfeger LA, Tobet SA. (2021) Sex differences in anatomic plasticity of gut neuronal-mast cell interactions. Physiological Reports. 9: e15066
Schwerdtfeger LA, Tobet SA. (2020) Vasoactive intestinal peptide regulates ileal goblet cell production in mice. Physiological Reports. 8: e14363
Richardson A, Schwerdtfeger LA, Eaton D, et al. (2020) A microfluidic organotypic device for culture of mammalian intestines ex vivo Analytical Methods. 12: 297-303
Schwerdtfeger L, Tobet S. (2020) Su1224 VASTOACTIVE INTESTINAL PEPTIDE REGULATES ILEAL GOBLET CELL PRODUCTION Gastroenterology. 158: S-550
Schwerdtfeger LA, Nealon NJ, Ryan EP, et al. (2019) Human colon function ex vivo: Dependence on oxygen and sensitivity to antibiotic. Plos One. 14: e0217170
Schwerdtfeger L, Richardson A, Henry C, et al. (2019) Tu1148 – Microfluidic Organotypic System for the Analysis of Intestinal Tissue Ex Vivo Gastroenterology. 156: S-963
Schwerdtfeger LA. (2018) Spirals of science. Science (New York, N.Y.). 362: 1318
Schwerdtfeger LA, Tobet SA. (2018) From organotypic culture to body-on-a-chip: A neuroendocrine perspective. Journal of Neuroendocrinology. e12650
McLean IC, Schwerdtfeger LA, Tobet SA, et al. (2018) Powering ex vivo tissue models in microfluidic systems. Lab On a Chip
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