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Cathrine Rein Carlson

Group Leader & Senior Researcher

Carlson group

Phone: +47 230 16842

Cathrine Rein Carlson joined IEMR in 2006. She has a broad background in biochemistry, molecular biology and signal transduction. She received Master’s degree from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in 1989, and obtained a PhD at University of Oslo (UiO) in 1994.

She has previously been employed at the Biotechnology Centre of Oslo, The Norwegian Radium Hospital, and Oregon Health & Sciences University, USA.

List all publications with affiliations:

– Biotechnology Centre of Oslo and Institute of Pharmacy, University of Oslo
– Department of Biophysics and Cell Biology, Institute for Cancer Research, University of Oslo
– Department of Medical Biochemistry, Institute for Basic Medical Sciences, University of Oslo
– Department of Microbiology, Biotechnology Center of Oslo, University of Oslo
– Institute for Experimental Medical Research and Oslo University Hospital, University of Oslo
– Institute of Medical Biochemistry, University of Oslo
– Institute of Pharmacy and Biotechnology Centre of Oslo, University of Oslo

Research area

  • Molecular Cardiology

Latest publications

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Pejšková L, Rønning SB, Kent MP, Solberg NT, Høst V, Thu-Hien T, Wold JP, Lunde M, Mosleth E, Pisconti A, Kolset SO, Carlson CR, Pedersen ME (2023)
Characterization of wooden breast myopathy: a focus on syndecans and ECM remodeling
Front Physiol, 14, 1301804
PubMed 38130476 DOI 10.3389/fphys.2023.1301804
Lunde PK, Manfra O, Støle TP, Lunde M, Martinsen M, Carlson CR, Louch WE (2023)
Polyarginine Cell-Penetrating Peptides Bind and Inhibit SERCA2
Cells, 12 (19)
PubMed 37830576 DOI 10.3390/cells12192358
Aronsen JM, Skogestad J, Albert I, Melleby AO, Carlson CR (2023)
Response by Aronsen et al to Letter Regarding Article, "Disruption of Phosphodiesterase 3A Binding to SERCA2 Increases SERCA2 Activity and Reduces Mortality in Mice With Chronic Heart Failure"
Circulation, 148 (10), 857-858
PubMed 37669357 DOI 10.1161/CIRCULATIONAHA.123.065884
Vistnes M, Erusappan PM, Sasi A, Nordén ES, Bergo KK, Romaine A, Lunde IG, Zhang L, Olsen MB, Øgaard J, Carlson CR, Wang CH, Riise J, Dahl CP, Fiane AE, Hauge-Iversen IM, Espe E, Melleby AO, Tønnessen T, Aronsen JM, Sjaastad I, Christensen G (2023)
Inhibition of the extracellular enzyme A disintegrin and metalloprotease with thrombospondin motif 4 prevents cardiac fibrosis and dysfunction
Cardiovasc Res, 119 (10), 1915-1927
PubMed 37216909 DOI 10.1093/cvr/cvad078
Mitsou I, Carlson CR, Multhaupt HAB, Brakebusch C, Couchman JR (2023)
Two Transient Receptor Potential Channels at Focal Adhesions
J Histochem Cytochem, 71 (9), 495-508
PubMed 37596792 DOI 10.1369/00221554231194119
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