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Laura Vogel
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Recent Publications:

1.  Vogel, L.A., Palackdharry, S., Zimmerman, L. M., and Bowden, R. M.  Humoral Immune Function in Long-Lived Ectotherms, the Reptiles. Handbook of Immunosenescence, in press 2018

2. Zimmerman, L., Carter, A., Bowden, R.M., and Vogel, L.A.  Immunocompetence in a long-lived ectothermic vertebrate is temperature dependent but shows no decline in older adults, Functional Ecology, 31:1383-1389, 2017.

3.    Palackdharry, S., Sadd, B.M., Vogel, L.A., and Bowden, R.M.  The effect of environmental temperature on reptilian peripheral blood B cell functions.  Hormones and Behavior, 88:87-94, 2017.

4.  Sakaluk, S.K., Wilson, A.J., Bowers, E.K., Johnson, L.S., Masters, B.S., Johnson, B.G.P., Vogel, L.A., Forsman, A. M., Thompson, C. Genetic and environmental variation in condition, cutaneous immunity, and haematocrit in house wrens. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 14:242-53, 2014.

5.        Bowers, E.K., Hodges, C.J., Forsman, A.M. Vogel, L.A., Masters, B.S., Johnson, B.G.P.,  Johnson, L.S.,  Thompson, C.F., and Sakaluk, S.  Neonatal body condition, immune responsiveness, and hematocrit predict longevity in a wild bird population. Ecology, 95(11): 3027-3034, 2014.

6.        Zimmerman, L. M., Bowden, R. M., and Vogel, L. A. A vertebrate cytokine primer for eco-immunologists. Functional Ecology, 28:1061-1073, 2014.

7.        Thompson, C.F., Sakaluk, S.K., Masters, B.S., Johnson, B.G., Vogel, L.A., Forsman, A.M., and Johnson, L.S.  Condition-dependent sex difference in nestling house wren (Troglodytes aedon) response to phytohaemagglutinin injection. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 92: 1-7, 2014.

8.        Zimmerman, L. M., Bowden, R. M., Vogel, L. A. Red-eared slider turtles lack response to immunization with keyhole limpet hemocyanin but have high levels of natural antibodies. ISRN Zoology, 2013. (Article ID 858941)

9.        He, C., Stroink, A., Vogel, L., and Wang, C.X. Temperature increase exacerbates apoptotic neuronal death in chemically-induced ischemia. PLoS One 8(7):e68796, 2013. PMID: 23861942

10.        Zimmerman, L.M., Clairardin, S.G., Paitz, R.T., Hicke, J.W., LaMagdeleine, K.A., Vogel, L.A., Bowden, R.M   Humoral immune responses are maintained with age in a long-lived ectotherm, the red-eared slider turtle. J. Exp. Bio, 216:633-40, 2012. PMID:    23077164.

11.        Grana, S.C., Sakaluk, S.K., Bowden, R.M., Doellman, M.A., Vogel, L.A., and Thompson, C.F.  Reproductive allocation in female house wrens is not influenced by experimentally altered male attractiveness, Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 66:12471258, 2012.

12.        Zimmerman, L.M., Paitz, R.T., Clairardin, S.G., Vogel, L.A., Bowden, R.M. No evidence that estrogens affect the development of the immune system in the red-eared slider turtle (Trachemys scripta). Hormones and Behavior, 62:331-336, 2012. PMID:22561457

13.    Ardia, D., Parmentier, H., and Vogel, L.A.  The role of constraints and limitation in driving individual variation in immune response.   Functional Ecology, 25: 61-73, 2011.

14.    Borchert, G.M., Holton, N.W., Edwards, K.A., Vogel, L.A., and Larson, E.D.   Histone H2A and H2B are monoubiquitinated at AID-targeted loci.  PLoS One. Jul 16;5(7):e11641, 2010. (PMC2905439)

15.    Vallejo, R., Tilley, D., Vogel, L.A., and Benyamin, R.  The Role of Glia and the Immune System in the Development and Maintenance of Neuropathic Pain.  Pain Practice, 10:167-184, 2010.

16.    Zimmerman, L.M., Vogel, L.A., and Bowden, R.M.  Understanding the vertebrate immune system: Insights from the reptilian perspective. Journal of Experimental Biology, 213:661-671, 2010.

17.    Zimmerman, L.M., Paitz, R.T., Vogel, L.A., and Bowden, R.M.  Variation in the seasonal patterns of innate and adaptive immunity in the red-eared slider (Trachemys scripta).  Journal of Experimental Biology, 213:1477-83, 2010. (PMID: 20400632)

18.    Forsman, A.M., Sakaluk, S.K., Thompson, C.F, and Vogel, L.A. Cutaneous immune activity, but not innate immune responsiveness, covaries with mass and environment in nestling house wrens (Troglodytes aedon).  Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, 83:512-518, 2010.

19.     Zimmerman, L.M., Vogel, L.A., Edwards, K.A., and Bowden, R.M.  Phagocytic B cells in a reptile. Biology Letters, 6:270-3, 2010.  (PMC2865066).