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Theses/Dissertations from 2021
Understanding The Pathogenesis Of Renal Medullary Carcinoma, Melinda Soeung
Unveiling Global Roles Of G-Quadruplexes And G4-22 In Human Genetics, Ruth Barros De Paula
Theses/Dissertations from 2020
A Context-Forward In Vivo Functional Genomics Platform For Target Discovery And Establishing Vulnerability Context In Pancreatic Cancer, Johnathon Rose and Johnathon Lynn Rose
Active Magnetic Radiation Shielding For Long-Duration Human Spaceflight, Kristine Ferrone
Artificial Intron Technology To Generate Conditional Knock-Out Mice, Amber N. Thomas-Gordon
A Screen For Peptides Targeting Chemoresistant Metastatic Triple-Negative Breast Cancer, Shraddha Subramanian
Astrocytes Rescue Neuronal Health After Cisplatin Treatment Through Mitochondrial Transfer., Krystal English and Krystal English
Bringing Til Therapy Beyond Melanoma: Advancing The Treatment Of Advanced Pancreatic And Ovarian Cancers, Donald Sakellariou-Thompson
Calcium Dyshomeostasis In Neurodegeneration, Nicholas Emanuel Karagas
Combined Inhibition Of Ddr1 And Cdk4/6 Induces Synergistic Effects In Er-Positive, Her2-Negative Breast Cancer With Pik3Ca/Akt1 Mutations, maryam shariati and maryam shariati