Mark J Beveridge

Mark J Beveridge,

Senior Biological Scientist

Department: MD-SURGERY-SURGONC-PBS
Business Email: bevermj@ufl.edu

Research Profile

Starting as a research biologist at the University of Florida in 1986, my studies have varied from fetal nutrition in the pediatric gastroenterology laboratory of Dr. Donald Novak to Diabetes Mellitus Research in the Department of Endocrinology under the direction of Dr. Nicholas Simpson. I am currently working in the Department of Surgery with Dr. Ryan Thomas and Dr. Christian Jobin on host microbiome and its role in pancreatic cancer.

Publications

2018
Intestinal microbiota enhances pancreatic carcinogenesis in preclinical models.
Carcinogenesis. 39(8):1068-1078 [DOI] 10.1093/carcin/bgy073. [PMID] 29846515.
2017
The pancreatic tumor microenvironment drives changes in miRNA expression that promote cytokine production and inhibit migration by the tumor associated stroma.
Oncotarget. 8(33):54054-54067 [DOI] 10.18632/oncotarget.10722. [PMID] 28903323.
2015
In Situ Transplantation of Alginate Bioencapsulated Adipose Tissues Derived Stem Cells (ADSCs) via Hepatic Injection in a Mouse Model.
PloS one. 10(9) [DOI] 10.1371/journal.pone.0138184. [PMID] 26372641.
2010
Both Genders Can Propagate Obesity-Prone-Phenotype Impacting Placental Amino Acid Transport System a Activity in a Rat Model of Gestational Protein Restriction
Advances in Clinical and Experimental Medicine. 19:301-312
2010
Treating Diabetes in Mice With An Implantable Bioartificial Pancreas.
Endocrine Reviews. 31
2002
Physiological importance of system A-mediated amino acid transport to rat fetal development.
American journal of physiology. Cell physiology. 282(1):C153-60 [PMID] 11742808.
2002
Rat erythrocytes express the anionic amino acid transport protein EAAC1.
Blood cells, molecules & diseases. 29(3):261-6 [PMID] 12547215.
2000
Anionic amino acid transporter expression in late gestation rodent yolk sac.
Placenta. 21(8):834-9 [PMID] 11095933.
1999
Placental anionic and cationic amino acid transporter expression in growth hormone overexpressing and null IGF-II or null IGF-I receptor mice.
Placenta. 20(8):639-50 [PMID] 10527818.
1998
Activity and protein localization of multiple glutamate transporters in gestation day 14 vs. day 20 rat placenta.
The American journal of physiology. 274(3):C603-14 [DOI] 10.1152/ajpcell.1998.274.3.C603. [PMID] 9530091.
1998
Response of placental amino acid transport to gestational age and intrauterine growth retardation.
The Proceedings of the Nutrition Society. 57(2):257-63 [PMID] 9656329.
1997
Demonstration of system y+L activity on the basal plasma membrane surface of rat placenta and developmentally regulated expression of 4F2HC mRNA.
Placenta. 18(8):643-8 [PMID] 9364599.
1997
Glutamine transport in human and rat placenta.
Placenta. 18(5-6):379-86 [PMID] 9250699.
1996
Effect of low-protein diet-induced intrauterine growth retardation on rat placental amino acid transport.
The American journal of physiology. 271(1 Pt 1):C295-303 [PMID] 8760058.
1996
Ontogeny of amino acid transport system A in rat placenta.
Placenta. 17(8):643-51 [PMID] 8916214.
1996
Rat placental amino acid transport after protein-deprivation-induced intrauterine growth retardation.
Biochemical Society transactions. 24(3):839-43 [PMID] 8878858.
1995
Effect of chronic cocaine administration on amino acid uptake in rat placental membrane vesicles.
Life sciences. 56(21):1779-87 [PMID] 7739352.
1995
Reconstitution and characterization of ATP-dependent bile acid transport in human and rat placenta.
The Biochemical journal. 311 ( Pt 2)(Pt 2):479-85 [PMID] 7487884.
1994
Ontogeny and plasma-membrane domain localization of amino acid transport system L in rat liver.
The Biochemical journal. 301 ( Pt 3)(Pt 3):671-4 [PMID] 8053892.
1994
Ontogeny of cationic amino acid transport systems in rat placenta.
The American journal of physiology. 267(3 Pt 1):C804-11 [PMID] 7943209.

Education

Masters of Science
1990 · Old Dominion University
Bachelor of Science
1980 · Gannon University

Contact Details

Emails:
Business:
bevermj@ufl.edu
Addresses:
Business Mailing:
PO Box 100296
GAINESVILLE FL 32610
Business Street:
D2-14 JHMHC
GAINESVILLE FL 32611