Browsing Open Access Faculty and Graduate Student Articles by Submit Date

Browsing Open Access Faculty and Graduate Student Articles by Submit Date

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  • Xia, Jingfeng (2013-10-14)
    This research attempts to seek changing patterns of raw data availability and their correlations with implementations of open mandate policies. With a list of 13,785 journal articles whose authors archived datasets in a ...
  • Wiehe, Sarah E.; Kwan, Mei-Po; Wilson, Jeffery S.; Fortenberry, J. Dennis (2013-11)
    Background Various forms of community disorder are associated with health outcomes but little is known about how dynamic context where an adolescent spends time relates to her health-related behaviors. Objective Assess ...
  • Dumortier, Jerome (2013-10-30)
    To combat climate change, cap-and-trade policies have been proposed and implemented in countries around the world. The stochastic carbon price that results from a cap-and-trade policy makes investment decisions in carbon ...
  • Pacheco-Costa, Rafael; Hassan, Iraj; Reginato, Rejane D.; Davis, Hannah M.; Bruzzaniti, Angela; Allen, Matthew R.; Plotkin, Lilian I. (American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 2014-02)
    Connexin (Cx) proteins are essential for cell differentiation, function and survival in all tissues with Cx43 being the most studied in bone. We now report that Cx37, another member of the connexin family of proteins, is ...
  • Allen, Matthew R.; Newman, Christopher L.; Smith, Eric; Brown, Drew M.; Organ, Jason M. (Elsevier, 2014)
    Reference point indentation (RPI) has emerged as a novel tool to measure material-level biomechanical properties in vivo. Human studies have been able to differentiate fracture versus non-fracture patients while a dog study ...
  • Fu, Daniel; Tan, Patrick; Kuznetsov, Alexey; Molkov, Yaroslav I (2014-03)
    Genetic oscillatory networks can be mathematically modeled with delay differential equations (DDEs). Interpreting genetic networks with DDEs gives a more intuitive understanding from a biological standpoint. However, it ...
  • Kechavarzi, Bobak; Janga, Sarath Chandra (2014-01)
    Background RNA-binding proteins (RBPs) play important roles in cellular homeostasis by controlling gene expression at the post-transcriptional level. Results We explore the expression of more than 800 RBPs in sixteen ...
  • Newman, Christopher L.; Moe, Sharon M.; Chen, Neal X.; Hammond, Max A.; Wallace, Joseph M.; Nyman, Jeffry S.; Allen, Matthew R. (2014-06)
    Chronic kidney disease (CKD), which leads tocortical bone loss and increasedporosity,increases therisk of fracture. Animal models have confirmed that these changes compromise whole bone mechanical properties. Estimates ...
  • Bute, Jennifer J.; Comer, Karen; Lauten, Kathryn M.; Sanematsu, Helen; Moore, Courtney M.; Lynch, Dustin; Chumbler, Neale R. (2014-10)
    Teenage pregnancy and childbearing remain pressing public health issues that have garnered attention from public health officials and social services agencies. This paper reports on the initial implementation and formative ...
  • Keele, Benjamin J. (2014-09)
  • Draucker, Claire Burke; Al-Khattab, Halima; Hines, Dana D.; Mazurczyk, Jill; Russell, Anne C.; Stephenson, Pam Shockey; Draucker, Shannon (Nova Southeastern University, School of Social and Systematic Studies, 2014)
    National initiatives in the United States call for health research that addresses racial/ethnic disparities. Although grounded theory (GT) research has the potential to contribute much to the understanding of the health ...
  • Hook, Sara Anne; Tennant, Felisa; Jones, Josette; Defazio, Joseph (2014-10-10)
    This engaging session will feature four faculty members from one school who have incorporated a number of pedagogical and technological approaches into their courses to encourage creativity in their students while continuing ...
  • Friesen, Amanda; Ksiazkiewicz, Aleksander (Springer, 2014-10)
    Social scientists have long recognized and sought to explain a connection between religious and political beliefs. Our research challenges the prevalent view that religion and politics constitute separate but related belief ...
  • Zhang, Bingqing; Mehrotra, Sonam; Ng, Wei Lun; Calvi, Brian R (2014-09)
    Apoptotic cell death is an important response to genotoxic stress that prevents oncogenesis. It is known that tissues can differ in their apoptotic response, but molecular mechanisms are little understood. Here, we show ...
  • Wang, Yi; Eliot, Melissa N.; Wellenius, Gregory A. (2014-08)
    Background Stroke is a leading cause of death and long‐term disability in the United States. There is a well‐documented association between ambient particulate matter air pollution (PM) and cardiovascular disease morbidity ...
  • Molkov, Yaroslav I; Shevtsova, Natalia A; Park, Choongseok; Ben-Tal, Alona; Smith, Jeffrey C; Rubin, Jonathan E; Rybak, Ilya A (2014-10)
    Breathing is a vital process providing the exchange of gases between the lungs and atmosphere. During quiet breathing, pumping air from the lungs is mostly performed by contraction of the diaphragm during inspiration, and ...
  • Corson, Timothy W.; Samuels, Brian C; Wenzel, Andrea A; Geary, Anna J; Riley, Amanda A; McCarthy, Brian P; Hanenberg, Helmut; Bailey, Barbara J; Rogers, Pamela I; Pollok, Karen E; Rajashekhar, Gangaraju; Territo, Paul R (2014-06)
    Genomic studies of the pediatric ocular tumor retinoblastoma are paving the way for development of targeted therapies. Robust model systems such as orthotopic xenografts are necessary for testing such therapeutics. One ...
  • Basavarajappa, Halesha D; Lee, Bit; Fei, Xiang; Lim, Daesung; Callaghan, Breedge; Mund, Julie A; Case, Jamie; Rajashekhar, Gangaraju; Seo, Seung-Yong; Corson, Timothy W. (2014-04)
    Preventing pathological ocular angiogenesis is key to treating retinopathy of prematurity, diabetic retinopathy and age-related macular degeneration. At present there is no small molecule drug on the market to target this ...
  • Zhao, Alyssa; Blackburn, Corinne; Chin, Judith; Srinivasan, Mythily (2014-08)
    Background Dental caries is the most common microbial disease affecting mankind. Caries risk assessment methods, identification of biomarkers and vaccine development strategies are being emphasized to control the incidence ...
  • Petrache, Horia I (2014-07)
    Extensions of real numbers in more than two dimensions, in particular quaternions and octonions, are finding applications in physics due to the fact that they naturally capture symmetries of physical systems. However, in ...

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