May 2017 Issue
Zircon grain age distributions provide information on the origins of early holocene megaflood related sediment.
A portable and inexpensive ultrasound device that could be used in the developing world was developed and tested.
Ultimate concrete strength was studied as a factor of both mass and surface area of nanoparticles added to the material.
An Analysis on the Impact of Peer-Mediated Theatre Interventions for Children with Autism on Typically Developing Peers
The analysis of changes in model peers during behavioral interventions designed for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Analysis of the relationship between climate, isotopes, and dental microwear for the red kangaroo.
Analyzing the Efficacy of Different Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry Methods in Determining Glucose Concentrations
Measuring multiple glucose concentrations using a Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry based technique.
The Impact of Connective Tissue Growth Factor on Glucose Home-ostasis and Islet Physiology in Virgin and Pregnant Mice
The loss of Connective tissue growth factor (Ctgf) does not affect islet physiology, indicating other existing problems in glucose homeostasis.
Interfacing the Microsoft Face API and Kinect for Windows to Create a Personalized, Augmented Reality MRI Mirror
This study created an educational, augmented reality program to enhance K-12 students’ learning experiences through the use of personalized, interactive technology.
Method development for language lateralization using resting-state fMRI scans in temporal lobe epilepsy patients.
Phospho-protein activation was highest at the edges of organoids grown from glioblastoma cell lines, which may indicate key locations for potential treatment targets.
An algorithm was developed to autonomously control the capsule endoscope, allowing doctor to focus on diagnosing the patient.
The POPDC3 protein was identified as a potential regulator of the epithelial-mesenchymal-transition process in colorectal cancer.
The Role of Aurora Kinase A (AURKA) in Regulating Translation of Oncogenes in Gastrointestinal Cancers
Aurora kinase A (AURKA) is frequently amplified and overexpressed in gastrointestinal cancers. In this report, we show that AURKA and EIF4E regulate the expression of the same oncogenes, suggesting that AURKA could play a role in regulating EIF4E-cap dependent translation of oncogenes. Inhibition of AURKA could be a plausible therapeutic approach in these cancers.