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Clay E Pandorf, MS, PhD

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Clay Pandorf, MS, PhD
Cellular Biology and Physiology Faculty
Department/Discipline: Cell Biology and Physiology
Campus: Auburn
Office: 236
Fax: 334-442-4096
Email: Contact

Research Interests

Dr. Pandorf’s research is in skeletal muscle adaptation to altered activity patterns and the transcriptional regulation of key genes underlying this process. A focus is the role of long non-coding RNAs in regulating muscle contractile genes during disuse and exercise.  These mechanisms are also being investigated in cardiac muscle and in response to ventricular remodeling.

Selected Publications

Year Faculty Citation PMID
2020 Clay Pandorf

Pandorf C, Haddad F, Owerkowicz T, Carroll L, Baldwin K, Adams GR. Regulation of Myosin Heavy Chain Antisense Long Noncoding RNA in Human Vastus Lateralis in Response to Exercise Training. AJP-Cell Physiology. Am J Physiol. 2020 May 1;318(5):C931-C942. PMID: 32130073.