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Theses/Dissertations from 2011
Novel Insights into Ubiquitin-like Protein E1-E2 Interactions, Asad Taherbhoy
Pharmacokinetic and Pharmacodynamic Studies of a Novel Spectinamide Series of Antituberculosis Agents, V. N. R. Pavan Kumar Vaddady
Use of a Spine Robot Employing a Real Time Force Control Algorithm to Develop, Simulate, and Compare Spinal Biomechanical Testing Protocols: Eccentric Loading, Pure Moment, and a Novel Head Weight Protocol, Daniel Mark Wido
Evaluating Consumer Preferences for Medicare Part D Using Conjoint Analysis, La'Marcus Wingate
Theses/Dissertations from 2010
Tamoxifen: Mechanisms of Resistance, Cyrus McCoy Adams
The Multilevel, Multicultural, and Multi-Temporal Ecosocial Framework of Population Health : How Neighborhoods, Culture, and History Impact Health Outcomes and Produce Health Disparities, Lawrence Tarves Brown
Interactions of Francisella Tularensis With Components of the Host Fibrinolytic System, Shawn Russell Clinton
NS1 of H5N1 Interacts with SAP-97 in a PDZ-dependent Manner to Disrupt Epithelial Barrier Integrity, Veronica Garcia Conoley
Characterizing Dietary Intake and Physical Activity Affecting Weight Gain in Kidney Transplant Recipients, Connie Klopfenstein Cupples