Erin Carnish

TitleVolunteer Faculty
InstitutionThomas Jefferson University
DepartmentFaculty Records
Address1025 Walnut St.
Philadelphia PA 19107
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    1. Tayyar R, Khan O, Chauhan K, Ines A, Carnish E. Pseudomonas MitraClip? endocarditis: A case report and review of literature. IDCases. 2020; 19:e00665. PMID: 31956505.
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    2. Henstenburg J, Patel N, Carnish E. Dueling Lungs: The Progression of Swyer-James Syndrome. Am J Med. 2017 11; 130(11):e485-e486. PMID: 28757321.
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    3. Garrett A, Carnish E, Das N, Slome M, Measley R. Once universally fatal: pylephlebitis. Am J Med. 2014 Jul; 127(7):595-7. PMID: 24508414.
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    4. Cearley CN, Vandenberghe LH, Parente MK, Carnish ER, Wilson JM, Wolfe JH. Expanded repertoire of AAV vector serotypes mediate unique patterns of transduction in mouse brain. Mol Ther. 2008 Oct; 16(10):1710-8. PMID: 18714307.
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    5. Wilson SJ, Dowling JK, Zhao L, Carnish E, Smyth EM. Regulation of thromboxane receptor trafficking through the prostacyclin receptor in vascular smooth muscle cells: role of receptor heterodimerization. Arterioscler Thromb Vasc Biol. 2007 Feb; 27(2):290-6. PMID: 17110599.
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