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The kinetics of the rate-limiting genes of the molecular DNA repair pathways of nucleotide excision repair (NER) were quantified from the inner ear as a function of cis-diamminedichloroplatinum-II (cisplatin) treatment. The distribution of the post-translational products of these genes was evaluated among neurons and sensory hair cells of the inner ear following cisplat....

By O'neil W. Guthrie-Communication Science and Disorders-University of Pittsburgh-doctoral-2006-11-22
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Introduction: Previous research has stereotyped many overhead athletes as baseball pitchers. Due to the different physiological stresses in each overhead sport, it may not be appropriate to group all overhead athletes together. The objective of this study was to show sport specific physical adaptations in common overhead sports. Methods: Forty-three healthy, male athlet....

By Robert Daniel Ricci-Health and Rehabilitation Sciences-University of Pittsburgh-masters-2006-11-21
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This study examined how adults use power wheelchair seat features such as seat tilt, backrest recline, and seat elevation, during typical daily activities. A Seat Feature Data Logger (SFDL) was attached to 11 subjects wheelchairs for 10-14 days to gather data regarding daily usage of the wheelchair and these features. Subjects occupied their wheelchairs for 12.0 ± 3.0 ....

By Elizabeth Powell Leister-Health and Rehabilitation Sciences-University of Pittsburgh-masters-2006-11-16
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The dissertation is based on the concept that pathogenesis of essential hypertension involves the kidney. In this regard, renal sodium ion transporters, responsible for sodium reabsorption and fluid balance, may be important candidates in hypertension. Many lines of evidence indicate that the sympathetic nervous system, via renal nerves, plays an important role in the p....

By Prajakta Anilkumar Sonalker-Molecular Pharmacology-University of Pittsburgh-doctoral-2006-11-16
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Background: Plantar fasciitis is an overuse injury causing inflammation at the origin of the plantar fascia and is characterized by plantar heel pain that is provoked by taking the first few steps in the morning and by prolonged standing. Dorsiflexion night splints are used to address early morning pain by preventing contracture of the plantar fascia and Achilles tendon....

By Ahmad Alghadir-Rehabilitation Science-University of Pittsburgh-doctoral-2006-11-15
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Cell-matrix and cell-cell adhesion proteins are of great significance for many fundamental cellular processes such as survival, differentiation, spreading, adhesion, migration as well as oncogenic transformation. In the present dissertation study, the role of different integrin-proximal protein complexes was investigated in vitro in cancer cells and in primary rat hepat....

By Vasiliki Gkretsi-Cellular and Molecular Pathology-University of Pittsburgh-doctoral-2006-11-03
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Developmental survival, axon growth and differentiation of sensory neurons are mediated through the actions of specific sets of transcriptional signaling complexes (Anderson, 1999). A newly recognized family of transcription factors that appear to have important roles in sensory neuron biology is the Sox family of high-mobility group (HMG) domain proteins. In a screen o....

By Michael Paul Jankowski-Neurobiology-University of Pittsburgh-doctoral-2006-11-02
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Melanoma, which accounts for only 4% of all skin cancers, but 75% of skin cancer-related deaths, continues to rise at an alarming rate worldwide. When a melanoma is detected and resected at an early stage, the cure rate for patients is favorable. However, the response rate of patients with metastatic melanoma to chemotherapy is less than 15%, and biological therapies ha....

By Kelly Watson Hurst-Cellular and Molecular Pathology-University of Pittsburgh-doctoral-2006-10-24
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Purealin is a natural product that has been isolated from the sea sponge Psammaplysilla purea known to inhibit axonemal dynein. A total synthesis of purealin and a small library of purealin analogues are reported here in. This research allows initial examination of biological properties of purealin and its analogues. The results indicate purealin and some of the analogu....

By Fanglong Yang-Chemistry-University of Pittsburgh-doctoral-2006-10-24
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Clostridium perfringens is a Gram-positive, anaerobic, spore-forming, rod-shaped bacterium that causes histotoxic infections and enterotoxaemias in humans and domestic animals. This bacterium owes its pathogenicity to the production of a large arsenal of toxins, including the C. perfringens enterotoxin (CPE) and beta2 toxin (CPB2). Type A, cpe-chromosomal isolates cause....

By Derek James Fisher-Molecular Virology and Microbiology-University of Pittsburgh-doctoral-2006-10-24
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The aim of this research is to understand the factors that enhance and improve outcomes for children in early childhood intervention programs (ECI). This will be done by measuring the impact of the integration of services for children, especially children at developmental risk and/or with developmental delays/disabilities. This research will use existing early intervent....

By Antonio Vincenzo Fevola-Social Work-University of Pittsburgh-doctoral-2006-10-19
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Stem cells offer the hope of curing a variety of ailments such as diabetes, Parkinsons disease, myocardial infarct, muscular dystrophy and spinal cord injuries. In this regard, a detailed understanding of the origin and behavior of stem cells is invaluable to the advancement of public health. The adult human adipose tissue (hWAT) is an attractive and convenient source o....

By Solomon Veloso Yap-Human Genetics-University of Pittsburgh-doctoral-2006-10-09
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