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Karen I Plaut

College of Agriculture Administration 

  • Senior Associate Dean for Research and Faculty Affairs

Animal Sciences 

  • Professor of Animal Sciences

Agricultural Research at Purdue 

  • Director of Ag Research
765.494.8362

Selected Publications

Casey, T., Patel, O. V., & Plaut, K. I. (2015). Transcriptomes reveal alterations in gravity impact circadian clocks andactivate mechanotransduction pathways with adaptation through epigeneticchange. PHYSIOLOGICAL GENOMICS, 47(4), 113-128.

Casey, T., Zakrzewska, E. I., Maple, R. L., Lintault, L., Wade, C. E., Baer, L. A., Ronca, A. E., . . . Plaut, K. I. (2012). Hypergravity disruption of homeorhetic adaptations to lactation in ratdams include changes in circadian clocks. BIOLOGY OPEN, 1(6), 570-581.

Plaut, K. I., & Casey, T. (2012). Does the circadian system regulate lactation?. ANIMAL, 6(3), 394-402.

Casey, T. M., & Plaut, K. I. (2012). LACTATION BIOLOGY SYMPOSIUM: Circadian clocks as mediators of thehomeorhetic response to lactation. JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE, 90(3), 744-754.

De Vries, L. D., Casey, T., Dover, H., VandeHaar, M. J., & Plaut, K. I. (2011). Effects of transforming growth factor-beta on mammary remodeling duringthe dry period of dairy cows. JOURNAL OF DAIRY SCIENCE, 94(12), 6036-6046.

Patel, O. V., & Plaut, K. I. (2011). Homeorhetic Adaptation During the Pregnancy to Lactation Transition:Role of Solute-Linked Transporter Genes in Key Metabolic Tissues. BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION, 85(SI).

Casey, T., Dover, H., Liesman, J., DeVries, L., Kiupel, M., VandeHaar, M., & Plaut, K. I. (2011). Transcriptome Analysis of Epithelial and Stromal Contributions toMammogenesis in Three Week Prepartum Cows. PLOS ONE, 6(7).

Patel, O. V., Casey, T., Dover, H., & Plaut, K. I. (2011). Homeorhetic adaptation to lactation: comparative transcriptome analysisof mammary, liver, and adipose tissue during the transition frompregnancy to lactation in rats. FUNCTIONAL & INTEGRATIVE GENOMICS, 11(1), 193-202.