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201 Evans, Kathryn S.Defining the interaction between ETV4 and mediator subunit MED25Chromosomal rearrangements resulting in an overexpression of a subset of ETS transcription factors (ETV1, ETV4, ETV5, and ERG) are found in over 50% of prostate cancers (Tomlins et al., 2005). ERG and ETV1 have both shared and distinct gene targets, yet overexpression of ETV1 is often found to be as...Transcription factors; Prostate -- Cancer -- Genetic aspects; ETV42015-05
202 Spendlove, NatalieMitochondrial genetic variation among howler monkeysBy studying genetic variation of some of primates, researchers can more closely study the effects of deforestation and fragmentation. For this study, mantled howler monkeys (Alouatta palliata) are the primates of choice. The samples used in this study were collected by researchers doing fieldwork in...Anthropology; Howler monkeys; Genetics2014-12
203 Zhu, JudyAnalysis of the pH-dependent equilibrium relationship between the guanine oxidation products 5-guanidinohydantoin and iminoallantoinOxidation of 2'-deoxyguanosine (dG) results in the major two-electron product 8-oxo-7,8-dihydro-2'-deoxyguanosine (dOG) that can undergo further oxidation to other products. One such product is 5-guanidinohydantoin (dGh) that is highly mutagenic and has been found in vivo. The ring architecture of d...Oxidation; guanine oxidation products; 5-guanidinohydantoin; Iminoallantoin; Equilibrium relationship2015-05
204 Twombly, JessicaCollaborative methods of special education and general education teachersA growing number of students with disabilities are being served in general education classrooms. Research has shown that inclusive education programs can be as effective as pullout or self-contained special education units (Fitch, 2003). Research has also shown that co-teaching is an effective servi...Special education; Teaching teams2014-04
205 Schott, Willem OlsonPromotion vs. education in choosing "real food"The agro-industrial system in the United States contributes to an abundance of human and ecological health problems from social injustices and public health issues to global warming and ecological degradation. In response to these problems, universities across the country are joining the Real Food C...College students -- Food Food preferences; Real food2015-04
206 Zimmerman, Danielle N.Adherence engineering in a central line dressing changeInfections associated with Central Line Dressing Changes (CLDC) represent a significant cost in healthcare and human life, with approximately 250,000 cases a year and costs of up to $29,000 per single episode (O╩╝Grady et al., 2002; Shannon et al., 2006). The introduction of a kit designed in accord...Intravenous catheterization - Complications; Bandages and bandaging2014-05
207 Jarvis, Amanda N.Leftists as political opposition in IranIt's still commonly believed that a theocratic dictatorship was the inevitable conclusion of the 1979 Iranian Revolution due to decades of authoritarian secularization and westernization alienating the population. Scholarship reflecting the ad hoc nature of the Revolution and diversity of participan...Right and left (Political science) -- Iran; Opposition (Political science) -- Iran; Iran -- Politics and government -- 1925-1979
208 Leonard, NicoleVitamin D deficiency in flight attendants and pilotsVitamin D is a curious molecule. While humans do get some vitamin D from their diet, most of it is synthesized in the body, so it does not fit the definition of a vitamin-a molecule that must come from the diet. Vitamin D synthesis is initiated by the UVB (290-320 nm) portion of ultraviolet radiatio...Vitamin D deficiency; Flight attendants -- Nutrition; Air pilots -- Nutrition; Ultraviolet radiation -- Physiological effect2015-04
209 Olschewski, ErinC is for carrots, community gardens, and co-ops: A thematic analysis of the ways in which Sesame Street tackles nutrition, sustainability, and social justiceIn the realm of entertainment education and media studies, there is a sizable amount of research linking children's nutrition and early educational television shows. However, there is a paucity of work that attempts to connect nutrition with sustainability and/or social justice in the context of chi...Children's television programs -- Social aspects; Nutrition in mass media; Sesame Street (Television program); Social justice in mass media; Sustainability in mass media2014-12
210 Kutschke, MichaelHip joint center differences between dual fluoroscopy, functional hip, and coda - establishing a reference standardMeasurements of joint angles, moments, and forces may be highly sensitive to positional changes in the center of a joint. Due to its deep location, the human hip joint center (HJC) can be difficult to determine. Previous studies have defined the HJC relative to external landmarks using infrared moti...Hip joint; Hip joint center2015-05
211 Steadham, AngelaHuman trafficking in Utah, America and the worldTo define human trafficking is to describe one of the most inhumane crimes in daily practice. It is modern day slavery. Human Trafficking is the recruitment, transport, transfer, harboring, and receipt of persons by coercion, abduction, fraud, deception, abuse of power or force to exploit them. The ...Human trafficking - United States2014-07
212 Iacono, AlyssaContext affects undergraduates' goals and engagement behaviors when learning onlineThe Self-regulation of motivation (SRM) model (Sansone & Thoman, 2005) suggests that two types of motivation are crucial while learning a task: Goals-defined (e.g., value and expectancy of learning), and experience-defined (e.g., if the task is interesting). Using an online HTML lesson, initial resu...Web-based instruction -- Psychological aspects; Online learning2015-04
213 Marler, TylerThe role of gangliar plexi in the treatment of atrial fibrillationIntroduction: Gangliar plexi (GP) are bundles of interconnected neurons found embedded in FPs (FPs) surrounding the atria of the heart. The function of these neurons is controversial but they may form a localized control system for the heart and play a role in the induction of atrial fibrillation (A...Atrial fibrillation Treatment; Gangliar plexi2012-05
214 Tuft, MarieQuantitative analysis of virus trafficking in a biological cellVirus replication is a complex process that is important to understand. If a virus is to successfully infect a host cell it must travel from the cell wall to the nucleus by hijacking that cell's existing transport system of microtubules. This motion occurs as two iterated steps: passive diffusion th...Viruses -- Reproduction -- Mathematical models; Virus trafficking2015-05
215 Vlasic, KajsaStorytelling and the patient experience: Narratives of breast cancer survivorsThrough my young life, I have been fortunate enough to be surrounded and supported by a loving and extended family of mothers. Although I will only have one biological mom, I have collected other women as role models and confidantes who have guided and spoken words of encouragement through my most i...Breast cancer patients' writings2014-12
216 Giannopoulos, DionaLet be: A novelDiona Giannopoulos' novel Let Be is the story of 26-year-old Zoe, who after abandoning her family nearly seven years prior, returns home to discover her childhood house the exact same, her sisters barely changed, and her previously alcoholic father showing the beginning signs of Alzheimer's Disease....American fiction -- 21st century2015-04
217 Ruiz, LorenBeneath the dark cloak of U.S. deportation: Bureaucratic distancing tactics employed by the deportation systemU.S. deportation policy is implemented behind a dark cloak of secrecy. Distancing tactics are employed throughout the deportation process to prevent those participating within the bureaucracy from feeling empathy for those they process. Pachirat (2011) provides a three-part template of analysis for ...Deportation -- United States2015-05
218 Schwendiman, Lindsai GrenSurrogacy and sisterhood: How female alliances challenge patriarchal society in ShakespeareIn Shakespeare's plays, women sometimes form alliances to protect each other from the oppressive patriarchal expectations of their time. These relationships often manifest as surrogate mother-daughter relationships, or a more sisterly connection. In Hamlet, Queen Gertrude adopts Ophelia as a surroga...Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Characters -- Women; Women in literature; Patriarchy in literature2014-12
219 Asplund, BrennaIn border country: The nature of magic and reality in Terry Pratchett's DiscworldMagic and reality in Terry Pratchett's Discworld series are difficult to place among well-known fantasy tropes and dichotomies. Defining either magic or reality in his invented world (either as opposed to each other or as different aspects of each other) is nearly impossible. Reality on the Disc is ...Pratchett, Terry. Discworld series2015-04
220 Tran, Kathy ThanhReproductive rights of incarcerated women: Disrupting the system in the women's jailThe history of the reproductive rights of incarcerated women and the current trends of mass incarceration demonstrate the prevalence of the hegemonic system that still expects women to embrace a maternal and feminine role. Historically, the United States has incarcerated women because they break awa...Women prisoners -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- United States; Reproductive rights2015-05
221 Schryver, Hannah M.EEG and cognitive correlates of elementary task performanceStudying human information processing allows researchers to better understand the operations of the human brain. While a large body of research has used reaction times and cognitive correlates to quantify information processing, electrophysiological correlates improve knowledge of cortical activity....Performance -- Measurement; Cognitive neuroscience; Electroencephalography2015-05
222 Foott, BettymayaLight pollution hazards within ecosystems and mitigation strategies for the futureLight Pollution is a phenomenon caused by poor lighting design, and is increasing globally. Only recently are scientists beginning to fully understand how light pollution affects humans and the environment. Birds, which play an important role in our ecosystem, are vulnerable to light pollution effec...Light pollution Lighting -- Environmental aspects2015-05
223 Russell, SloanChanging brand perception: Changing university students' attitude toward a company and enabling a talented recruiting poolStudents often participate in internships to gain real-world experience before entering the workforce. This proves beneficial to students, allowing them to apply the skills they learned via higher education and develop problem-solving abilities, while employers find internships allow them to recruit...Business education (Internship); Marketing2015-04
224 Garcia, Anthony D.Exploring galactic chemical abundance of phosphorus in the ultra-violet with HSTUltra violet observed spectral data taken by the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) are made available to the public. These data sets have been extracted into one-dimensional and flux-calibrated spectral data, and are ready for analysis. We have normalized the extracted spectra with a Planck black body cu...Milky Way - Phosphorus content2014-05
225 Prestgard-Duke, MichaelDynamin localization in Caenorhabditis ElegansDynamin is a 100-KDa GTPase that is essential for endocytosis. The classic model of endocytosis is a sequential mechanism: first, cell membrane is bent and internalized via the formation of a clathrin coat; next, dynamin facilitates GTP hydrolysis, resulting in membrane scission as the newly formed ...Caenorhabditis elegans; Guanosine triphosphatase; Endocytosis2014-05
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