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Human Hemoglobin Polymorphisms Aff ect Recognition by S. aureus Receptor IsdB

Bacterial adenylate cyclase two-hybrid assay shows that hemoglobin variants are differentially bound by S. aureus receptor IsdB

Posted by Printess Berry on Thursday, August 27th, 2015 in May 2012, , , , ,

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Consequences of Altering Transforming Growth Factor Beta Receptor Type III (TβRIII) Expression in the Prostate

The goal of this study was to observe how changing the expression of TβRIII affects prostate cancer progression.

Posted by Printess Berry on Thursday, August 27th, 2015 in May 2012, , , , , ,

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Low Volume Bacterial Chemostat in Microfl uidic Devices Through the Use of Hexagonal Traps.

Low volume bacterial chemostat: Novel method aimed at rapid diagnosis of bacterial infections.

Posted by Printess Berry on Thursday, August 27th, 2015 in May 2012, , , , ,

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Optimizing Transfection Efficiency and Determining Release Kinetics of Plasmid DNA from Polyurethane Scaff olds in vitro

The purpose of this study was to deliver DNA from biomaterial scaffolds to cells in vitro.

Posted by Printess Berry on Thursday, August 27th, 2015 in May 2012, , , ,

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Effects of IIIM1 on Rat Astrocytes

Designed to study a peptide’s ability to protect cells exposed to manganese chloride

Posted by Printess Berry on Thursday, August 27th, 2015 in May 2012, , , , ,

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Identification of Novel Helicobacter pylori Adhesins that Bind the Host Cell Receptor Decay-Accelerating Factor (DAF)

H. pylori adherence is critical for gastric cancer development, and this study has identifi ed novel adhesins responsible for DAF-mediated adherence.

Posted by Printess Berry on Thursday, August 27th, 2015 in May 2012, , ,

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The Effect of Cerium Concentration on YBO3:Ce3+

The optimal doping concentration of YBO3:Ce3+ was found.

Posted by Printess Berry on Tuesday, August 25th, 2015 in May 2013, , ,

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Towards Fabrication of a Graphene MoS2 Junction

Single-layer graphene and MoS2 were isolated in an attempt to fabricate a Schottky barrier.

Posted by Printess Berry on Tuesday, August 25th, 2015 in May 2013, , ,

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Optical Characterization of Zero-Index Metamaterials

Authors: Zachary C. Anderson Parikshit Moitra Yuanmu Yang Jason Valentine

Posted by Printess Berry on Tuesday, August 25th, 2015 in May 2013, , ,

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Insertion of an Epitope Tag in the 5HT2C-Receptor

Authors: Maximilian H. Carter Randi Ulbricht and Ronald Emeson

Posted by Printess Berry on Tuesday, August 25th, 2015 in May 2013, , ,

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Uncovering the Role of TGFβ and BMP in Triple Negative Breast Cancer Stem Cells

Authors: Busra Gungor Philip Owens and Harold L. Moses

Posted by Printess Berry on Tuesday, August 25th, 2015 in May 2013, , , ,

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Interfacing of Kinect Motion Sensor and NAO Humanoid Robot for Imitation Learning

Authors: Melissa Guo Shuvajit Das Jacob Bumpus Esubalew Bekele and Nilanjan Sarkar

Posted by Printess Berry on Tuesday, August 25th, 2015 in May 2013, , ,

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Interaction of Integrin and Insulin Actions in the Insulin-Resistant Liver

Authors: Jenny Zheng Ashley Williams and David H. Wasserman

Posted by Printess Berry on Tuesday, August 25th, 2015 in May 2013, , ,

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Culturing of Neurons on Graphene Transistors for Higher Resolution Scanning of Processes

Authors: Abhinav Goyal Hong Tu Yaqiong Xu and Qi Zhang

Posted by Printess Berry on Tuesday, August 25th, 2015 in May 2013, , ,

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The Role of Mechanical Rigidity in Cell Motility and the Progression of Cancer Metastases in Bone

A study on the behavior of breast cancer cells in response to bone’s mechanical stimuli

Posted by Greta Clinton-Selin on Thursday, July 16th, 2015 in May 2014, , ,

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Implementation of Two-Photon Lithography for Fabrication of Three-Dimensional Metamaterials

We implemented a lithography system that can fabricate patterns in a photoresist using two-photon absorption.

Posted by Greta Clinton-Selin on Thursday, July 16th, 2015 in May 2014, , ,

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Analyzing the Role of RIF1 in DNA Double-Strand Break Repair

This work uncovers that the function of RIF1 in DNA Double-Strand Break repair is likely mediated through the Single-Strand Annealing form of Homology-Directed Repair

Posted by Greta Clinton-Selin on Friday, May 1st, 2015 in May 2015, ,

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Investigating the Lymphotoxic Activity of an Ancient Fungal Pathogen of Amphibians

This research looked at how Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis, a fungal pathogen that infects amphibians, is able to suppress immune function.

Posted by Greta Clinton-Selin on Friday, May 1st, 2015 in May 2015, , ,

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Experimental Validation of an Ion Simulation Model for Traveling Wave Ion Mobility Spectrometry

Experimental validation of theoretical results from a previously proposed traveling wave ion mobility model.

Posted by Greta Clinton-Selin on Wednesday, April 29th, 2015 in May 2015, , ,

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Investigation of the Structure-Activity Relationship of a Dopamine Receptor 4 Antagonist to Treat Cocaine Addiction

This study demonstrates the successful synthesis of drug candidates for potential use as PET tracers and in vivo tool compounds to study and potentially treat cocaine addiction.

Posted by Greta Clinton-Selin on Wednesday, April 29th, 2015 in May 2015, , , ,

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Cell Shape Changes During Drosophila Germ Band Retraction: To-wards Model Validation by Experimental Comparison

This project seeks to experimentally validate simulated predictions of forces in a Drosophila embryo during germ band retraction.

Posted by Greta Clinton-Selin on Wednesday, April 29th, 2015 in May 2015, , , , ,

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Activation of Silent Biosynthetic Pathways in Cave Microorganisms for Drug Discovery

Cave microorganisms were exposed to a variety of stimuli for the purpose of secondary metabolic pathway activation and potential acceleration of techniques for drug discovery.

Posted by Greta Clinton-Selin on Wednesday, April 29th, 2015 in May 2015, , ,

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The Development of a Robot-Assisted Joint Attention Training System for Children with Autism

This research aims to help children with autism develop their social skills.

Posted by Greta Clinton-Selin on Wednesday, April 29th, 2015 in May 2015, , ,

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Utilization of LEDs in a Communication Protocol for Endoscopic Submarine Capsules

A protocol for communication among a swarm of endoscopic submarine capsules was developed using light emitting diodes and color sensors.

Posted by Greta Clinton-Selin on Wednesday, April 29th, 2015 in May 2015, , , , ,

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