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EXPLORING THE BYSTANDER EFFECT FOLLOWING VERY LOW DOSE RADIATION
(East Carolina University, 2010)
Bystander effects are defined as the phenomenon in which unirradiated cells respond biologically when their neighbors are irradiated. The exact mechanisms of these cellular responses are still not known, especially in ...
Anti-Cancer Activity of Cucurbitacin IIa
(East Carolina University, 2012)
Cancer is a debilitating disease resulting from uncontrolled proliferation. One major treatment strategy for cancer is the application of chemotherapeutic drugs which kill cancer cells. Cucurbitacins are a new family ...
Neurological Effects Of A Single Low Level Blast Overpressure Exposure : Behavior And Micro RNA Mechanisms Of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury In A Rodent Model
(East Carolina University, 2015)
The increased use of explosive devices within warfare and acts of terrorism has allowed blast overpressure exposure (BOE) to become a significant concern. The most common wound sustained by BOE is blast-induced mild traumatic ...
The contribution of motility and chemotaxis in the Borrelia burgdorferi infectious life cycle
(East Carolina University, 2013)
Lyme disease has emerged as an increasing problem for people in the east and northeastern part of the United States. It can cause a chronic debilitating infection if left untreated and is difficult to diagnose. The illness ...