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Recognition of First Publication


Shaminie Athinarayanan
Dr. Wanqing Liu
Molecular Evolutionary Genetics
Publication: “Fatty Acid Desaturase1 Gene Polymorphisms Control Human Hepatic Lipid Composition”  Hepatology.  2015
Publication:  “Genetic Polymorphism of Cytochrome P450 4F2, Vitamin E Level and Histological Response in Adults and Children with Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease who Participated in PIVENS andTONIC Clinical Trials”  PLos One. 2014 April


Chao Cai
Dr. Chris Staiger
Integrative Plant Sciences
Publication:  “Arabidopsis Myosin XI: A Motor Rules the Tracks” Plant Physiology. 2014 November

Mariya Krisenko
Dr. Robert Geahlen
Molecular Signaling & Cancer Biology
Publication:  “Nanomechanical Property Maps of Breast Cancer Cells As Determined by Multiharmonic Atomic Force Microscopy Reveal Syk-Dependent Changes in Microtubule Stability Mediated by MAP1B” ACS Biochemistry Journal.  2014 May

 

Hyeon-Jeong Lee
Drs. Ji-Xin Cheng and Timothy Ratliff
Molecular Signaling & Cancer Biology
Publication:  “Assessing Cholesterol Storage in Live Cells and C. elegans by Stimulated Raman Scattering Imaging of Phenyl-Diyne Cholesterol”  Scientific Reports.  2015 January

 

Stefanie O’Neal
Dr. Wen Zheng
Integrative Neuroscience
Publication:  “Subacute manganese exposure in rats is a neurochemical model of early manganese toxicity”  NeuroToxiology.  2014 August
ublication:  “Manganese accumulation in bone following chronic exposure in rats: Steady-state concentration and half-life in bone”  Toxiology Letters.  2014 June

 

Lenna Peterson
Dr. Daisuke Kihara
Biomolecular Structure & Biophysics
Publication:  “Assessment of protein side-chain conformation prediction methods in different residue environments”  Proteins.  2014

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