Marie Schluterman Burdine, PhD
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
College of Medicine
Cancer Research Interest
- Disease Site Focus: GI
- Research Focus Area: Treatment, Diagnosis/ Prognosis
- Type of Research: Basic
- Research Interest Statement: My research focuses understanding the role of the DNA damage repair kinase DNA-PKcs in T cell immunity and how inhibitors alter T cell response to tumor antigens particularly hepatocellular carcinoma and pancreatic cancer.
- Email Address: MBURDINE@UAMS.EDU
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- Fletchinger T, Jensen HK, Wells A, [et al., including Burdine M]. Impact of Prolonged Cold Ischemia Time on One Year Kidney Transplant Outcomes. Transplantation proceedings. 2022 54(8):2170-2173. PMID: 36180253.
- Waldrip ZJ, Burdine L, Harrison DK, [et al., including Burdine MS]. DNA-PKcs kinase activity stabilizes the transcription factor Egr1 in activated immune cells. The Journal of biological chemistry. 2021:101209. PMID: 34562454. PMCID: PMC8551498.
- Harrison DK, Tackett A, Waldrip ZJ, [et al., including Burdine MS]. DNA-PKcs Inhibition Extends Allogeneic Skin Graft Survival. Transplantation. 2020. PMID: 32890138. PMCID: PMC7902289.
- Byrum SD, Burdine MS, Orr L, [et al.]. Time- and radiation-dose dependent changes in the plasma proteome after total body irradiation of non-human primates: Implications for biomarker selection. PloS one. 2017 12(3):e0174771. PMID: 28350824. PMCID: PMC5370149.