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Pannabecker, T. L. , Dantzler, W. H. , & Layton, A. T. . (2012). Urine Concentrating Mechanism: Impact of Vascular and Tubular Architecture and a Proposed Descending Limb Urea-Na Cotransporter. Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology.
Pannabecker, T. L. , & Layton, A. T. . (2011). Isolated interstitial nodal spaces facilitate preferential solute and fluid mixing. Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology.
Pannabecker, T. Lloyd, Dantzler, W. H. , Layton, A. T. , & Layton, H. E. . (2008). Three-dimensional reconstructions of rat renal inner medulla suggest two anatomically separated countercurrent mechanisms for urine concentration. Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology.
Pannabecker, T. L. , Dantzler, W. H. , Layton, H. E. , & Layton, A. T. . (2008). Role of three-dimensional architecture in the urine concentrating mechanism of the rat renal inner medulla. American Journal of Physiology-Renal Physiology, 295, F1271–F1285. American Physiological Society.
Patterson, S. E. , & Layton, A. T. . (2021). Computing viscous flow along a 2D open channel using the immersed interface method. Engineering Reports, 3, e12334.
Prieto-García, L. , Vicente-Vicente, L. , Blanco-Gozalo, V. , Hidalgo-Thomas, O. , García-Macías, M. C. , Kurtz, A. , Layton, A. T. , et al. (2020). Pathophysiological mechanisms underlying a rat model of triple whammy acute kidney injury. Laboratory Investigation, 100, 1455–1464. Nature Publishing Group.
Prieto-García, L. , Vicente-Vicente, L. , Blanco-Gozalo, V. , Hidalgo-Thomas, O. , García-Macías, M. C. , Kurtz, A. , Layton, A. T. , et al. (2020). Pathophysiological mechanisms underlying a rat model of triple whammy acute kidney injury. Laboratory Investigation, 1–10. Nature Publishing Group.
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Robel, A. , & Layton, A. . (2009). The Lorenz Model.
Ryu, H. , & Layton, A. T. . (2014). Feedback-mediated dynamics in a model of coupled nephrons with compliant short loop of Henle. Biological Fluid Dynamics: Modeling, Computations, and Applications, 628, 209. American Mathematical Soc.
Ryu, H. , & Layton, A. T. . (2014). Tubular fluid flow and distal NaCl delivery mediated by tubuloglomerular feedback in the rat kidney. Journal of mathematical biology, 68, 1023–1049. Springer Berlin Heidelberg.
Ryu, H. , & Layton, A. T. . (2013). Effect of tubular inhomogeneities on feedback-mediated dynamics of a model of a thick ascending limb. Mathematical medicine and biology: a journal of the IMA, 30, 191–212. Oxford University Press.
Ryu, H. , Layton, A. T. , Flow, T. Fluid, Tubuloglomerular, D. NaCl Deliv, & others, . (2012). HWAYEON RYU. Biomed Eng, 28, 369–380.
Ryu, H. , Layton, A. T. , Tubuloglomerular, D. NaCl Deliv, & others, . (2012). HWAYEON RYU. Biomed Eng, 28, 369–380.
Ryu, H. , & Layton, A. T. . (2012). Tubular Fluid Oscillations Mediated by Tubuloglomerular Feedback in a Short Loop of Henle. Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology.
Ryu, H. , & Layton, A. T. . (2012). Effect of tubular inhomogeneities on feedback-mediated dynamics of a model of a thick ascending limb. Mathematical medicine and biology: a journal of the IMA, 30, 191–212. Oxford University Press.
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Sadria, M. , & Layton, A. T. . (2021). Aging affects circadian clock and metabolism and modulates timing of medication. Iscience, 24, 102245. Elsevier.
Sadria, M. , Seo, D. , & Layton, A. T. . (2021). The Mixed Blessing of AMPK Signaling in Cancer Treatments. Available at SSRN 3889705.
Sadria, M. , & Layton, A. T. . (2021). Modeling Within-host SARS-CoV-2 Infection Dynamics and Potential Treatments. Viruses, 13, 1141. Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute.
Sadria, M. , & Layton, A. T. . (2021). Interactions among mTORC, AMPK and SIRT: a computational model for cell energy balance and metabolism. Cell Communication and Signaling, 19, 1–17. BioMed Central.
Sadria, M. , & Layton, A. T. . (2021). Modeling the Effect of Ageing on the Circadian Clock and Metabolism: Implications on Timing of Medication. Available at SSRN 3720771.

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