David K. Dahlgren
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Intestinal permeability and drug absorption: predictive experimental, computational and in vivo approaches
D Dahlgren, H Lennernäs
Pharmaceutics 11 (8), 411, 2019
Evidence of negative effects of anthropogenic structures on wildlife: a review of grouse survival and behaviour
TJ Hovick, RD Elmore, DK Dahlgren, SD Fuhlendorf, DM Engle
Journal of Applied Ecology 51 (6), 1680-1689, 2014
Greater sage‐grouse response to sagebrush management in Utah
DK Dahlgren, R Chi, TA Messmer
Wildlife Society Bulletin 34 (4), 975-985, 2006
Direct in vivo human intestinal permeability (Peff) determined with different clinical perfusion and intubation methods
D Dahlgren, C Roos, E Sjögren, H Lennernäs
Journal of pharmaceutical sciences 104 (9), 2702-2726, 2015
Landscapes as a moderator of thermal extremes: a case study from an imperiled grouse
TJ Hovick, RD Elmore, BW Allred, SD Fuhlendorf, DK Dahlgren
Ecosphere 5 (3), 1-12, 2014
Extreme climatic events constrain space use and survival of a ground‐nesting bird
EP Tanner, RD Elmore, SD Fuhlendorf, CA Davis, DK Dahlgren, ...
Global Change Biology 23 (5), 1832-1846, 2017
Greater sage-grouse select nest sites to avoid visual predators but not olfactory predators
MR Conover, JS Borgo, RE Dritz, JB Dinkins, DK Dahlgren
The Condor 112 (2), 331-336, 2010
Evaluating vital rate contributions to greater sage‐grouse population dynamics to inform conservation
DK Dahlgren, MR Guttery, TA Messmer, D Caudill, R Dwayne Elmore, ...
Ecosphere 7 (3), e01249, 2016
Effects of landscape-scale environmental variation on greater sage-grouse chick survival
MR Guttery, DK Dahlgren, TA Messmer, JW Connelly, KP Reese, ...
PLoS One 8 (6), e65582, 2013
Achieving better estimates of greater sage‐grouse chick survival in Utah
DK Dahlgren, TA Messmer, DN Koons
The Journal of wildlife management 74 (6), 1286-1294, 2010
Use of dogs in wildlife research and management
DK Dahlgren, RD Elmore, DA Smith, A Hurt, EB Arnett, JW Connelly
Wildlife techniques manual 1, 140-153, 2012
Weather constrains the influence of fire and grazing on nesting greater prairie-chickens
TJ Hovick, RD Elmore, SD Fuhlendorf, DK Dahlgren
Rangeland Ecology & Management 68 (2), 186-193, 2015
Effects of livestock grazing on rangeland biodiversity: a meta‐analysis of grouse populations
SJ Dettenmaier, TA Messmer, TJ Hovick, DK Dahlgren
Ecology and evolution 7 (19), 7620-7627, 2017
Regional intestinal permeability of three model drugs in human
D Dahlgren, C Roos, A Lundqvist, B Abrahamsson, C Tannergren, ...
Molecular pharmaceutics 13 (9), 3013-3021, 2016
Human in Vivo Regional Intestinal Permeability: Quantitation Using Site-Specific Drug Absorption Data
E Sjogren, D Dahlgren, C Roos, H Lennernas
Molecular pharmaceutics 12 (6), 2026-2039, 2015
In Vivo Mechanisms of Intestinal Drug Absorption from Aprepitant Nanoformulations
C Roos, D Dahlgren, S Berg, J Westergren, B Abrahamsson, ...
Molecular Pharmaceutics 14 (12), 4233-4242, 2017
Evaluation of brood detection techniques: recommendations for estimating greater sage-grouse productivity
DK Dahlgren, TA Messmer, ET Thacker, MR Guttery
Western North American Naturalist 70 (2), 233-237, 2010
Lesser prairie‐chicken space use in relation to anthropogenic structures
RT Plumb, JM Lautenbach, SG Robinson, DA Haukos, VL Winder, ...
The Journal of Wildlife Management 83 (1), 216-230, 2019
Greater sage-grouse resource selection drives reproductive fitness under a conifer removal strategy
CP Sandford, MT Kohl, TA Messmer, DK Dahlgren, A Cook, BR Wing
Rangeland Ecology & Management 70 (1), 59-67, 2017
The effects of three absorption-modifying critical excipients on the in vivo intestinal absorption of six model compounds in rats and dogs
D Dahlgren, C Roos, P Johansson, C Tannergren, A Lundqvist, ...
International journal of pharmaceutics 547 (1-2), 158-168, 2018
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