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  • Richards, Robert H., Jr. (Special Collections, University of Delaware Library, 1976-01-01)
  • Richards, Robert H., Jr. (Special Collections, University of Delaware Library, 1974-02-05)
  • Janerette, Dariel (2009-01-27)
    Zero tolerance policies have been defined as school disciplinary practices that mandate automatic suspension and/or expulsion from school with the effect of redefining “students as criminals, with unfortunate consequences” ...
  • Richards, Robert H., Jr. (Special Collections, University of Delaware Library, 1974-06-01)
  • Haidzinskaya, Tatsiana (University of Delaware, 2012)
    Reactions that allow the conversion of a simple achiral or racemic starting material into an enantiomerically pure product are of great importance. Such processes are particularly advantageous when they are combined ...
  • Fisher, Amanda (University of Delaware, 2014)
    Aberrant DNA methylation of promoter CpG islands (CGI) is a contributing factor that facilitates the dysregulation of gene expression to promote the tumorigenesis of pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma (PDAC). Moreover, due ...
  • Hohn, Timothy (University of Delaware, 1986)
    Today's zoos are undergoing a renaissance in their exhibition, education, conservation, and research programs. The inspiration for this renaissance is the destruction of the Earth's dwindling natural habitats at the hands ...
  • Shihan, Mahbubul H.; Novo, Samuel G.; Wang, Yan; Sheppard, Dean; Atakilit, Amha; Arnold, Thomas D.; Rossi, Nicole M.; Faranda, Adam P.; Duncan, Melinda K. (JCI Insight, 2021-09-23)
    Fibrotic posterior capsular opacification (PCO), a major complication of cataract surgery, is driven by transforming growth factor–β (TGF-β). Previously, αV integrins were found to be critical for the onset of TGF-β–mediated ...
  • Terrell, Anne (University of Delaware, 2013)
    Integrins are heterodimeric transmembrane extracellular matrix receptors that regulate cell-to-cell and cell-to-ECM communication and require an α and a β subunit. The β1-integrin subunit is expressed in both epithelial ...
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