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(Presentations are listed alphabetically for the first ATSU/KCOM co-author of each presentation or abstract; all ATSU/KCOM students are indicated by bold font)
Alviar, Abigail (DO Class of 2011): Alviar AF, Fleschner CR, Stuart MK; Fragmented Forms of Galectin Related Inter-fiber Protein Are Uniquely Associated with the Water Insoluble Membrane Fraction of Normal Rat Lens; 47th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Cell Biology; Washington, DC; December 1-5, 2007.
Millman, Gregory (BMS Class of 2008): Lee B, Millman GW, Turin EC , Carlson CG, Samadi A; The Potential Influence of NF-kappaB Down Regulation on the Activity of the PI3/AkT Pathway in Dystrophic (mdx) Skeletal Muscle; 47th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Cell Biology; Washington, DC; December 1-5 2007.
Millman, Gregory (BMS Class of 2008): Millman GW, Turin EC, Samadi A, Carlson CG; The NF-kappaB Pathway in Dystrophic (mdx) Skeletal Muscle Produces Elevated Active p65 in the Nuclear Compartment Without Altering the Subcellular Distribution of the Transcription Factor; 47th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Cell Biology; Washington, DC; December 1-5 2007.
Moscardelli, Victoria (DO Class of 2011): Moscardelli VL, Geisbuhler TP; Hawthorn extract is not cardioprotective in an anoxic cardiomyocyte preparation. FASEB J 21:2007.
Polisiakiewicz, Lukasz (DO Class of 2010): Polisiakiewicz LT, Singh R, Millman GW, (BMS Class of 2008), Samadi A, Carlson CG; An Examination of the Role of the Nuclear Factor-kappaB Cell Signaling Pathway in Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy; 112th Annual American Osteopathic Association Convention and Scientific Seminar; San Diego, CA; September 30 – October 4, 2007.