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Areas of Research

Many biology majors elect to participate in the research programs of individual faculty members for which they receive course credit (BIO 490). The student must initiate the process by talking to faculty members about their programs. Don't wait for senior year to do this! Other students work one-on-one with faculty members to carry out a library literature search (BIO 405). A paper, based on one of these two options, is required for the B.S. degree.

Research publications with undergraduates

This list represents publications that were co-authored by Oakland University students (highlighted) in Biological Sciences that were undergraduates at some time during their participation in the research. Development of this list is ongoing. Updates and additions should be directed to Kathleen Lesich at lesich@oakland.edu or (248) 370-4662.

Agarwal, M.K., G. Lombardo, N. Eliezer, and V.K. Moudgil, 1985. Activation of rat liver glucocorticoid receptor bound to the antiglucocorticoid RU38486. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 133: 745-752.

Baustert, J., G. Joswiak, and F.M. Hansen-Smith, 1994. Regional differences in spontaneously occurring angiogenesis in the adult rat mesentery, FASEB J. A1034.

Baustert, J., and F.M. Hansen-Smith, 1992. Differential angiogenesis in rat mesenteric segments. FASEB J.6:M008.

Berven, K.A. and B. Chadra, 1988. The relationship of egg size, density and food level in larval developmental patterns in the wood frog, (Rana sylvatica). Oecologia 75: 67-72.

Bhakta, A., M. Herman, I.S. Levina, and V.K. Moudgil, 1993. Interaction of cycloalkanoprogesterones with mammalian progesterone receptor: Binding of pregna-D'-pentaranes in the calf uterine cytosol. Mol. Cell. Biochem.125: 153-161.

Binder, J., J. Reddan, and N. Unakar, 1970. Effect of p-hydroxypropiophenone on DNA synthesis induced by dimethylaminoazobenzene with partial hepatectomy. J. Cell Biol., 47:20.

Bird, Z., R. Hard, K.S. Kanous and C.B. Lindemann, 1996. Interdoublet sliding in bovine spermatozoa: Its relationship to flagellar motility and the action of inhibitory agents. J. Structural Biol. 116: 418-428.

Bieniewicz,D., F.M. Hansen-Smith, and N. Unakar, 1988. Influence of dietary galactose on the expression of terminal a-methyl galactosyl groups in muscle capillary basal laminae. FASEB J. 2: A1189.

Bitterman, A.M., R.D. Hunter, and R.C. Haas, 1994. Allometry of shell growth of caged and uncaged zebra mussels in Lake St. Clair. America Malacological Bulletin 11: 41-49.

Bornais, K.M., C.M. Larch, G.J. Gamboa, and R.B. Daily, 1983. Nestmate discrimination among laboratory overwintered foundresses of the paper wasp, Polistes fuscatus (Hymenoptera: Vespidae). Canadian Entomologist115: 665-668.

Cowlishaw, J. and M. Mrsa, 1975. Co-evolution of a virus-alga system. Applied Microbiology, 29: 234-239.

Dinda, S., S. Kodali, L. Sevilla, M. Burkley, C. Hurd, and V.K. Moudgil, 1997. Inhibition of proliferation of T47D human breast cancer cells: Alterations in progesterone receptor and p53 tumor suppressor protein. Mol. Cell. Biochem. 175: 81-89.

Dziedzic, D.C., R. KadryJ.R. Reddan, 1994. Protection from oxidative insult in glutathione depleted lens epithelial cells. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 35: 2133.

Dziedzic, D.C., J.R. Reddan, F.J. Giblin, and B.M. Wirebaugh, 1991. Regional susceptibility of the lens epithelium to H2O2 insult: Protection by SOD mimics. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 32: 1207.

Dziedzic, D.C., J.R. Reddan, M.K. Hartzer, I.C. Misra, 1992. Establishment of cell lines from cryopreserved lens-capsule epithelial preparations and whole lenses. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 33: 1038.

Ferguson, I.D., G.J. Gamboa and J.K. Jones. 1987. Discrimination between natal and non-natal nests by the social wasps Dolichovespula maculata and Polistes fuscatus (Hymenoptera: Vespidae). J. Kansas Entomol. Soc.60: 65-69.

Fishwild, T.G., R.A. SchemidtK.M. Jankens, K.A. Berven, G.J. Gamboa and C.M. Richards. 1990. Sibling recognition by larval frogs (Rana pipiensR. sylvatica and Pseudacris crucifer). J. Herpetology 24: 40-44.

Fentie, I.H. and C.B. Lindemann, 1978. Simultaneous comparison of motility and ATPase activity in Triton X-100 extracted rat sperm. J. Cell Biol. 79:290a.

Forzley, K.C., Grudzien, T.A., and J.R. Wells. 1993. Comparative floristics of seven islands in northwestern Lake Michigan. The Michigan Botanist 32: 3-22.

Gamboa, G.J. and K.A. Stump, 1996. The timing of conflict and cooperation among cofoundresses of the social wasp, Polistes fuscatus (Hymenoptera: Vespidae). Canadian J. of Zoology 74: 70-74.

Gamboa, G.J., T.L. Wacker, K.G. DuffyS.W. Dobson, and T.G. Fishwild, 1992. Defence against intraspecific usurpation by paper wasp cofoundresses (Polistes fuscatus, Hymenoptera: Vespidae) Canadian J. of Zoology 70: 2369-2372.

Gamboa, G.J., R.L. Foster, J.A. Scope, and A.M. Bitterman, 1991. Effects of stage of colony cycle, context, and intercolony distance on conspecific tolerance by paper wasps (Polistes fuscatus). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 29:87-94.

Gamboa, G.J, K.A. Berven, R.A. Schemidt, T.G. Fishwild and K.M. Jankens, 1991. Kin recognition by larval wood frogs (Rana sylvatica): effects of diet and prior exposure to conspecifics. Oecologia 86: 319-324.

Gamboa, G.J., T.L. Wacker, J.A. Scope, T.J. Cornell, and J. Shellman-Reeve, 1990. The mechanism of queen regulation of foraging by workers in paper wasps (Polistes fuscatus, Hymenoptera: Vespidae). Ethology 85: 335-343.

Gardner, T.K. and C.B. Lindemann, 1989. Evidence that the regulation of flagellar curvature in rat sperm is via Ca-calmodulin and is dependent on a cAMP. J. Cell Biol. 109:178a.

Genyea, C., N. Unakar, and J Reddan, 1976. Experimental galactose cataract: An ultrastructural study. Assoc. Res. Vis. Ophthalmol., 10.

Ghag, S., A. Wright, and V.K. Moudgil, 1986. Inactivation of rat brain acetylcholinesterase by pyridoxal 5'-phosphate. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 881: 30-37.

Goltz, J.S., T.K. Gardner, 1988. The interaction of pH and cycli adenosine 3'-5' monophosphate on activation of motility in Triton X-100 extracted bull sperm. Biol. Reprod. 39: 1129-1136.

Goltz, J.S. and C.B. Lindemann, 1987. Evidence that calcium can act via a calcium-dependent phosphatase and phosphodiesterase to suppress activation of rat sperm. J. Cell Biol. 105: 125a.

Gordon, S.R., D. Czerwinski-MowersJ. Marchand, and R. Shuffett, 1998. Endocytosis by the corneal endothelium. I. Regulation of Binding and Transport of hemeproteins and peroxidase-conjugated lectins across the tissue. Histochem. Cell Biol. In press.

Gordon, S.R. and Wood, M., 1997.Soybean (Glycine max) agglutinin binds to corneal endothelial cells during wound repair and alters their microfilament pattern. Cell Molec. Biol. 43: 329-336.

Gordon, S.R., M.D. Sabet, C.A Staley, and B. Drabik, 1992. Injury-induced cell migration in the corneal endothelium is dependent on cytoskeletal alterations and fibronectin deposition. Recent Advan. Cell. Molec. Biol., Vol. 6, Wegmann, R.J. and Wegmann, M.A., eds. pp 251-260.

Gordon, S.R. and J. Marchand, 1990. Lectin binding to injured corneal endothelium mimics patterns observed during development. Histochem. 94: 455-462.

Grudzien, T.A., B.J. Husliner, A. Cnetkovic, and G.R. Joswiak, 1992. Multivariate analysis of head shape in the common garter snake (Thamnophis sirtalis) among island and mainland populations from northwestern Lake Michigan. American Midland Naturalist 127: 339-347.

Grudzien, T.A. and P.J. Owens, 1991. Genic similarity in the gray and brown color morphs of the snake, Storeriaoccipitomaculata. J. Herpetology 25: 90-92.

Hansen-Smith, F.M. and C. Nine, 1988. Characterization of Griffonia simplicifolia I binding sites in skeletal muscle microvascular. J. Histochem. Cytochem. 36: 958.

Hansen-Smith, F.M., L. Watson, and C. Cazabone, 1988. A fluorescent method for simultaneous determination of fiber-type and capillarity in skeletal muscle. J. Histochem. Cytochem. 36:868.

Hansen-Smith, F.M., L. Watson, and G. Joswiak, 1989. Postnatal changes in capillary density of rat sternomastoid muscle. Am. J. Phys. 257: H344-347.

Hansen-Smith, F., L. Morris, and C. Nine, 1990. Griffonia simplicifolia I-B4 binding differs among tissues. J. Cell Biol. 111: 446a. Poster presentation at American Society for Cell Biology, San Diego.

Hansen-Smith, F.M., L. Morris, and C. Nine, 1990. Griffonia simplicifolia I-B4 binding differs among tissues. J. Cell Biol. 111:446a.

Hansen-Smith, F.M., K.A. Berven, and M.M. Tulak, 1991. Griffonia simplicifolia I-B4 receptors in microcirculatory vessels of gastrocnemius muscle and heart: heterogeneity among families of anuran amphibians. J. Comp. Phys. Biochem. 100A: 449-453.

Hansen-Smith, F.M., L. Watson Morris, K. Banker, and G. Joswiak, 1992. Alternative histochemical markers for muscle capillaries: Quantitative comparison among three different muscles. Microvascular. Research. 44: 112-116.

Hansen-Smith, F.M., G. Joswiak, J. Baustert, 1994. Regional angiogenesis in rat mesentery. Microvascular Research. 47: 369-376.

Hansen-Smith, F.M., L. Watson, D.Y. Lu, and I. Goldstein, 1998. Griffonia simplicifolia I.: Fluorescent tracer for microcirculatory vessels in non-perfused thin muscles and sectioned muscle. Microvascular Research 36: 199-215.

Harding, C., D. Harding, V. Peters, T. Kuwabara, J. Reddan, N. Unakar, M. Bagchi, T. Schnur, and S. Gordon, 1973. Epithelial cell surfaces and the basement membrane in the ocular lens studies with the scanning electron microscope. Exp. Eye Res. 16: 1-7.

Harding, C., D. Harding, V. Peters, T. Kuwabara, J. Reddan, N. Unakar, M. Bagchi, T. Schnur, and S. Gordon, 1972. Lens epithelial cell surfaces in marine fish. Biol. Bull., 144:465.

Hitt, A. L., Laing, S. D., Olson, S. (2002) Development of a Fluorescent F-actin Blot Overlay Assay for Detection of F-actin Binding Proteins. Analytical Biochemistry. (in press).

Holcomb, D.L. and C.B. Lindemann, 1996. Experimental evidence for a T-force switching threshold in bull sperm. 41st Ann. Meet. Biophys. Soc., Biophysical J. 72: 390a.

Hunter, R.D. and W.W. Lull, 1976. A comparison of two methods for estimating the weight of inorganic materials in molluscs. Malacological Review 9: 118-120.

Hunter, R.D. and W.W. Lull, 1976. Physiologic and environmental factors influencing the calcium-to-tissue ratio in populations of three species of freshwater pulmonate snails. Oecologia 29: 205-218.

Hunter, R.D. and B.S. Popovich, 1977. Seasonal changes in organic carbon and C:N ratio in major storage organs of Cepaea nemoralis (Mollusca: Pulmonata). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 48A: 197-203.

Hunter, R.D. and L.M. Stone, 1986. The effect of artificial photoperiod on growth and reproduction in the snailCepaea nemoralisInternational Journal of Invertebrate Reproduction and Development 9: 339-344.

Hunter, R.D. and J.F. Bailey, 1992. Dreissena polymorpha (zebra mussel): colonization of soft substrata and some effects on unionid bivalves. The Nautilus 106: 60-67.

Hunter, R.D., S.A. Toczylowski, and M.G. Janech, 1996. Zebra mussels in a small river: impact on unionids, pgs. 161-186 in F. D'Itri, ed. Zebra mussels and aquatic nuisance species. Ann Arbor Press, Inc., Chelsea, MI.

Hurd, C., N. Khattree, P. Alban, K. NagS.C. Jhanwar, S. Dinda, and V.K. Moudgil, 1995. Hormonal regulation of the p53 tumor suppressor protein in T47D human breast carcinoma cell line J. Biol. Chem. 270: 28507-28510.

Hurd, C., B. Underwood, M. Herman, I. Iwasaki, H.J. Klooserboer, S. Dinda, and V.K. Moudgil, 1997. Characterization of ligand binding, DNA binding and phosphorylation of progesterone receptor by two novel progesterone receptor antagonist ligands. Mol. Cell. Biochem. 175: 205-212.

Janech, M.G. and R.D. Hunter, 1995. Corbicula fluminea in a Michigan river: implications for low temperature tolerance. Malacological Review 28: 125-130.

Kanous, K.S., C. Casey, and C.B. Lindemann, 1993. Inhibition of microtubule sliding by Ni2+ and Cd2+: Evidence for a differential response of certain microtubule pairs within the bovine sperm axoneme. Cell Motil. Cytoskeleton26: 66-76.

Kodali, S., M. BurkleyK. Nag, R.C. Taylor, and V.K. Moudgil, 1994. Taxol and cisplatin inhibit proliferation of T47D human breast cancer cells. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 202: 1413-1419.

Larch, C.M. and A.K. Sakai, 1985. Oak forest succession in the Oakland University nature trails area, Oakland County, Michigan. The Michigan Botanist 24: 21-31.

Lindemann, C.B., I. Fentie, and R. Rikmenspoel, 1980. A selective effect of Ni2+ on wave initiation in bull sperm flagella. J. Cell Biol. 87: 420-426.

Lindemann, C.B., M.I. Lipton and R. Shlafer, 1981. An investigation of the mode of action of cAMP on modeled bull sperm. J. Cell Biol. 91: 45a.

Lindemann, C.B. and R. Shlafer, 1982. An investigation of ATP metabolism in modeled bull sperm. J. Cell Biol. 95: 312a.

Lindemann, C.B., M. Fisher, and M. Lipton, 1983. A comparative study of the effects of freezing and frozen storage on intact and demembranated bull spermatozoa. Cryobiology 19: 20-28.

Lindemann, C.B., M.I. Lipton, and R. Shlafer, 1983. The interaction of cAMP with modeled bull sperm. Cell Motil. 3: 199-210.

Lindemann, C.B. and J. Goltz, 1986. Possible roles for Ca2+ anD cAMP in regulating the waveform and activation state of rat epididymal sperm. J. Cell Biol. 103: 242a.

Lindemann, C.B. and J. Goltz, 1987. Calcium mediated control of flagellar curvature and motility in rat sperm. J. Cell Biol. 105: 169a.

Lindemann, C.B. and J.S. Goltz, 1987. Modulation of curvature and wave initiation in Triton X-100 extracted rat sperm by Ca2+, EGTA and Ni2+. J. Cell Biochem., Suppl. 11B, p. 165.

Lindemann, C.B, J.S. Goltz, and K.S. Kanous, 1987. Regulation of activation state and flagellar waveform in epididymal rat sperm: Evidence for the involvement of both Ca2+ and cAMP. Cell motil. Cytoskeleton 8: 324-332.

Lindemann, C.B. and J.S. Goltz, 1988. Calcium regulation of flagellar curvature and swimming pattern in Triton X-100 extracted rat sperm. Cell Motil. Cytoskeleton 10: 420-431.

Lindemann, C.B., J.S. Goltz, T.K. Gardner, and K.S. Kanous. 1988. An investigation of the interaction of pH and cAMP on the motility of Triton-extracted bull sperm. Biol. Reprod. 38: Suppl. #1, p. 90.

Lindemann, C.B., J.A. O'Brien and F.J. Giblin, 1988. An investigation of the effectiveness of certain antioxidants in preserving the motility of reactivated bull sperm models. Biol. Reprod. 38: 114-120.

Lindemann, C.B., J.S. Goltz, K.S. Kanous, T.K. Gardner, and P. Olds-Clarke, 1990. Evidence for an increased sensitivity to Ca2+ in the flagella of sperm from tw32/+ mice. Mol. Reprod. Devel. 26: 69-77.

Lindemann, C.B., T.K. GardnerE. Westbrook and K.S. Kanous, 1991. The calcium-induced curvature reversal of rat sperm is potentiated by cAMP and inhibited by anti-calmodulin. Cell Motil. Cytoskeleton 20: 316-324.

Lindemann, C.B., K.S. Kanous and T.K. Garner, 1991. The inter-relationship of calcium and cAMP mediated effects on reactivated mammalian sperm models. In: Comparative Spermatology 20 Years After, B. Baccetti (ed.) Raven Press, Siena, Italy. pp. 491-496.

Lindemann, C.B., A. Orlando, and K.S. Kanous, 1991. Dissociation patterns of the rat sperm axoneme: Evidence for a stable central partition and two subpopulaiton of bridges. J. Cell Biol. 115: 343a.

Lindemann, C.B., A. Orlando and K.S. Kanous, 1992. The flagellar beat of rat sperm is organized by the interaction of two functionally distinct populations of dynein bridges with a stable central axonemal partition. J. Cell Sci. 102: 249-260.

Lindemann, C.B. and Z.C. Bird, 1995. Interdoublet sliding in bull sperm: An assessment of sliding rates and effects of inhibitors. J. Cell Biochem. Suppl. 19B: 112.

Lindemann, C.B., J.M. Walker and K.S. Kanous, 1995. Ni2+ inhibition induces asymmetry in axonemal functioning and bend initiation of bull sperm. Cell Motil. Cytoskeleton 30: 8-16.

Mancini, M.A., N.J. Unakar, F.J. Giblin, and J.R. Reddan, 1989. Histochemical localization of catalase in cultured lens epithelial cells. Ophthal Res. 21: 369-373.

Maynard, S., J. Reddan, A. Weinsieder, and N. Unakar, 1975. Factors affecting patterns of cellular proliferation during lens wound healing. J. Cell Biol., 67: 268.

Mosier, S., M. Nakao, M. HermanS.K. Walia, N. Rosenthal, C. Hurd, and V.K. Moudgil, 1991. Progesterone binding in a clinical isolate of Pseudomonas aeruginosaArch. Biochem. Biophys. 287: 160-166.

Moudgil, V.K. and T.E. Eessalu, 1978. Sensitivity of avian progesterone receptor to aurintricarboxylic acid. Fed. Proc. 37: 284, Atlantic City, NJ.

Moudgil, V.K. and T.E. Eessalu, 1978. Progesterone receptor: Inhibition of nuclear uptake and DNA binding by aurintricarboxylic acid. Proc. Ann. Meet. Amer. Soc. Biol. Chem. June, 1978. Atlanta, GA. Fed. Proc., 37: 261.

Moudgil, V.K., T.E. Eessalu, and G.A. Weekes, 1978. Aurintricarboxylic acid: Inhibitor of activated estrogen and progesterone receptors. Fifth Internatl. Cong. Hor. Ster., Oct. - Nov., New Delhi, India. J. Steroid Biochem., 9: 837.

Moudgil, V.K. and G.A. Weekes, 1978. Inhibition of hen oviduct estradiol receptor by aurintricarboxylic acid. FEBS Lett. 94: 324-326.

Moudgil, V.K. and T.EEessalu, 1979. Sensitivity of progesterone receptors to aurintricarboxylic acid: Inhibition of nuclear uptake, ATP and DNA binding. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 627: 301-312.

Moudgil, V.K., H. Nishigori, T.EEessalu, and D.O. Toft, 1979. Analysis of the avian progesterone receptor with inhibitors. In: Gene Regulation by Steroid Hormones (Eds. A. Roy and J.H. Clark), pp. 106-119, Springer-Verlag, New York, NY.

Moudgil, V.K., W.A. Prass, and V. Kruczak, 1979. Effect of 17-estradiol on [3H]-progesterone binding in rat brain.Life Sci. 24: 1335-1342.

Moudgil, V.K. and G.A. Weekes, 1979. Sensitivity of estradiol receptors to aurintricarboxylic acid. Fed. Proc., 38(3): 1252, abstract #5419.

Moudgil, V.K. and G.A. Weekes, 1979. Estradiol receptors in rat uterus: Inhibition by aurintricarboxylic acid. Proc. XIth Internatl. Cong. Biochem., Toronto, Ontario, abstract #11-6-S8.

Moudgil, V.K. and T.EEessalu, 1980. Inhibition of rat uterine estradiol receptor by aurintricarboxylic acid. Life Sci.27: 1159-1167.

Moudgil, V.K. and T.EEessalu, 1980. Activation of estradiol-receptor complex by ATP in vitroFEBS Lett. 112: 189-192.

Moudgil, V.K., J.K. John, V.H. Kruczak, T.E. Eessalu, J.C. Hanson, and M.G. Taylor, 1980. Activation of steroid hormone receptor by ATP at low temperature. Fed. Proc., 39: 2135, abstract #2789.

Moudgil, V.K., S.P. Healy, T.L. Shaffer, and J.F.Szocik, 1981. Glucocorticoid binding in hen oviduct. Biohem. J.198: 91-99.

Moudgil, V.K., S.P. Healy, T.L. Shaffer, and J.E. Scozik, 1981. Glucocorticoid binding on hen oviduct. Proc. Amer. Soc. Biol. Chem., St. Louis, MO, abstract #1928.

Moudgil, V.K., V.H. Kruczak, T.E. Eessalu, C.S. Paulose, M.G. Taylor, and J.C. Hansen, 1981. Activation of progesterone receptor by ATP. Eur. J. Biochem. 118: 457-555.

Moudgil, V.K. and V.M. Caradonna, 1982. Glucocorticoid receptor interaction with DNA: Inactivation by aurintricarboxylic acid. J. Steroid Biochem. 17: 17.

Moudgil, V.K. and V.M. Caradonna, 1982. Inhibition of nuclear uptake of glucocorticoid-receptor complex by aurintricarboxylic acid. J. Steroid Biochem. 17: 585-589.

Moudgil, V.K., S.P. Healy, M.J. Jacks, and T.M. Quattrociocchi, 1983. Mechanism of tungstate action: Inhibition of ATP activation of glucocorticoid receptor. Fed. Proc., 42: 1260, Chicago, abstract #5675.

Moudgil, V.K. and V.M. Caradonna, 1983. Modulation of DNA binding of glucocorticoid receptor by aurintricarboxylic acid. Proc. Fall. Meet. Physiol. Soc. (Honolulu, Hawaii, Aug. 1983.

Moudgil, V.K., N. Murakami, T.E. Eessalu, V.M. Caradonna, V.B. Singh, S.P. Healy, and T.M. Quattrociocchi, 1984. Modulation of rat liver glucocorticoid receptor by inhibitors. In: Adrenal Steroid Antagonism (ed. M.K. Agarwal), pp. 131-167, Walter de Gruyter, Berlin - New York.

Moudgil, V.K., M. Cikalo, V.M. Samokyszyn, T.E. Eessalu, and V.B. Singh, 1985. Interaction of chick oviduct progesterone receptor with immobilized aurintricarboxylic acid. J. Steroid Biochem. 22: 747-751.

Moudgil, V.K., S.P. Healy, and V.B. Singh, 1985. Chromatographic separation of nonactivated and activated glucocorticoid-receptor complexes from rat liver cytosol: Use of Tungstate in the purification, inactivation and resolution of receptor forms. J. Biochem. 98:

Moudgil, V.K, G. Lombardo, T.E. Eessalu, and N. Eliezer, 1985. An absolute requirement of hormone for the transformation of rat liver glucocorticoid receptor. Proc. XIIIth Internatl. Cong. Biochem. Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Aug. 1985. 963-974.

Moudgil, V.K., G. Lombardo, T.E. Eessalu, and N. Eliezer, 1986. Hormone dependency of transformation of rat liver glucocorticoid receptor in vitro: Effects of heat, salt, and nucleotides. J. Biochem. 99: 1005-1016.

Moudgil, V.K., G. Lombardo, C. Hurd, N. Eliezer, and M.K. Agarwal, 1986. Evidence for separate binding sites for progesterone and RU486 in the chick oviduct. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 889: 192-199.

Moudgil, V.K., L. Vandenheede, C. Hurd, N. Eliezer, and G. Lombardo, 1987. In vitro modulation of rat liver glucocorticoid receptor by urea. J. Biol. Chem. 262: 5180-5187.

Moudgil, V.K. and M. Gunda, 1991. Hepatic glucocorticoid receptor behaves differently when its hormone binding site is occupied by agonist (triamcinolone acetonide) or antagonist (RU486) steroid ligands. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 174: 1239-1247.

Moudgil, V.K., S. Kodali, L. Sevilla, M. BurkleyK. Nag, S. Dinda, 1994. Cancer - A human biomarker of aging: Suppression of proliferation of progesterone responsive T47D Human Breast cancer cells. Invited symposium lecture, Internatl. Conf. on Molecular Biol. of Dev. Aging, Bhubaneswar, India, Sept. 24-26.

Moudgil, V.K., K.B. Singh, M. HichmeL. Sevilla, S. Kodali, K. NagS. Dinda, A. Bhakta, R. Nath, M. Nakao, and C. Hurd, 1998. Modulation of progesterone receptor by progestins and antiprogestins in normal and cancer cells. Proceedings of International Conference on Molecular Biology of Development and Aging. Invited book Chapter, in press.

Murkami, N., S.P. Healy, and V.K. Moudgil, 1982. Interaction of rat liver glucocorticoid receptor with sodium tungstate. Biochem. J. 206: 777-786.

Murkami, N., T.M. Quattrociocchi, S.P. Healy, and V.K. Moudgil, 1982. Tungstate inhibition of the nuclear uptake of heat-activated rat liver glucocorticoid receptor complex. Fed. Proc., 41(4): 1243.

Murkami, N., T.M. Quattrociocchi, S.P. Healy, and V.K. Moudgil, 1982. Effects of sodium tungstate on the nuclear uptake of glucocorticoid-receptor complex from rat liver. Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 214: 326-334.

Murkami, N., T.M. Quattrociocchi, J.F. Szocik, and V.K. Moudgil, 1982. pH-dependent effects of sodium tungstate on the steroid binding properties of hen oviduct receptor. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 719: 267-272.

Murkami, N., J.F. Szocik, T.A. Danloff, and V.K. Moudgil, 1982. Interaction of chick oviduct progesterone receptor with sodium tungstate: Inhibition of activation and DNA binding. J. Steroid Biochem. 17: 251-260.

Nag, A.C., P. Sreepathy, M.L. Lee, and J.R. Reddan, 1996. Effect of oxidative insult on young and adult cardiac muscle cells in vitroCytobios, , 85: 7-27.

Pfennig, D.W., G.J. Gamboa, H.K. Reeve, J. Shellman-Reeve, and I.D. Ferguson, 1983. The mechanism of nestmate discrimination in social wasps (Polistes, Hymenoptera: Vespidae). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology13: 229-305.

Rautio, S.A., E.A. Bura, K.A. Berven and G.J. Gamboa, 1991. Sibling recognition in wood frog tadpoles (Rana sylvatica): factors affecting spatial proximity to kin. Canadian J. of Zoology 69: 2569-2571.

Reddan, J., M. Crotty, and C. Harding, 1966. Characterization of RNA synthesis in cultured rabbit lenses. J. Cell Biol., 31: 156.

Reddan, J., C. Harding, E. Chin, and T. Westfield, 1967. Stimulation of mitosis in cultured bovine lenses. J. Cell Biol., 35: 183.

Reddan, J., M. Crotty, C. Harding, and V. Reddy, 1968. Partial characterization of a serum factor which stimulates mitosis in cultured mammalian lenses. J. Cell Biol., 39: 111.

Reddan, J. C. Harding, H. Rothstein, M. Crotty, P. Lee, and N. Freeman, 1970. Triggering of the cell cycle in the epithelium of the cultured lens by insulin J. Cell Biol. 47: 169.

Reddan, J., M. Crotty, and C. Harding, 1970. Characterization of macromolecular synthesis in the epithelium of cultured rabbit lenses. Exp. Eye Res., 9: 165-174.

Reddan, J., N. Unakar, R. Shapiro, and C. Harding, 1971. Ultrastructural alterations in the ocular lens epithelium following injury. J. Cell Biol., 50: 309.

Reddan, J., M. Bagchi, C. Harding, N. Unakar, T. Schnur, and G. Saldana, 1972. Induction of mitosis in the isolated rabbit lens in an insulin-containing chemically defined medium. J. Cell Biol., 55: 214.

Reddan, J., H. Rothstein, D. Rosenbaum, C. Harding, and N. Unakar, 1972. Directed cell migration in the cultured vertebrate lens. J. Cell Biol., 55: 214.

Reddan, J., C. Genyea, N. Unakar, and C. Harding, 1974. Fine structure and mitotic pattern in lenses cultured in medium KEI-4 plus insulin. Proc. Assoc. Res. Vis. Ophthalmol., 10.

Reddan, J., N. Unakar, C. Harding, M. Bagchi, and G. Saldana, 1975. Induction of mitosis in the cultured rabbit lens initiated by the addition of insulin to medium KEI-4. Exp. Eye Res., 20: 45-61.

Reddan, J., C. Harding, D. Harding, A. Weinsieder, N. Unakar, R. Shapiro, and C. Mathews, 1976. Seasonal mitotic activity and wound healing in a teleost ocular lens. Experientia, 31: 1026-1027.

Reddan, J., N. Unakar, E. Krasicky, and D. Wilson, 1976. Triggering of mitosis in the cultured mammalian lens by proteolytic enzymes. Doc. Ophthalmol., Prog. Lens Biochem. Res., 67-73.

Reddan, J., N. Unakar, E. Krasicky, and D. Wilson, 1976. Effect of proteolytic enzymes on the cultured mammalian lens. Proc. Assoc. Res. Vis. Ophthalmol., 113.

Reddan, J., D. Wilson, E. Krasicky, and N. Unakar, 1977. Thrombin triggers mitosis and migration in the cultured mammalian lens. Proc. Assoc. Res. Vis. Ophthalmol., 13.

Reddan, J., I. Devlin, D. Wilson, and N. Unakar, 1977. Complete regression of a severe fetal galactose cataract.J. Cell Biol., CD011.

Reddan, J., T., Friedman, and R. Bondy, 1977. Lens epithelium in tissue culture. J. Cell Biol., CU072.

Reddan, J., T. Freidman, S. Sutherland, and R. Bondy, 1978. Effect of donor age on growth and wound healing in cultured mammalian lens epithelial cells. Assoc. Res. Vis. Ophthalmol., 50th Meet. 234.

Reddan, J., S., McGee, and M. Mostafapour, 1979. Relationship between donor age and growth potential of mammalian lens epithelial cells. J. Cell Biol., 83: CU437.

Reddan, J. and S. McGee, 1979. Human lens epithelial cells in tissue culture. J. Cell Biol., 38: CU467,.

Reddan, J., T. Friedman, M. Mostafapour, S. Sutherland, R. BondyS. McGee, and E. Goldenberg, 1980. Establishment of epithelial cell lines from individual rabbit lenses. J. Tissue Cult. Methods, 6: 47-60.

Reddan, J., E. GoldenbergS. McGee, and M. Mostafapour, 1980. Establishment of continuous lines of diploid lens epithelial cells from newborn rabbits. J. Cell Biol., 87: MI1832.

Reddan, J., S. McGeeE. Goldenberg, and L. Harris, 1980. Retinal extract stimulates cell division in cultured lens epithelial cells. J. Cell Biol., 87: MI1831.

Reddan, J., D. Wilson, S. McGeeE. Goldenberg, and J. Breen, 1980. Insulin-like growth factors trigger mitosis in lenses cultured in a serum-free medium. Assoc. Res. Vis. Ophthalmol., 267.

Reddan, J., D. Dehart, and J. Sackman, 1981. Influence of extracellular matrix on the growth of cultured mammalian epithelial cells. J. Cell Biol., 91: 148.

Reddan, J., T. Friedman, M. Mostafapour, R. BondyS. SutherlandS. McGee, and E. Goldenberg, 1981. Donor age influences the growth of rabbit lens epithelial cells in vitroVision Res., 21: 11-23.

Reddan, J., S. McGeeE. Goldenberg, M. Mostafapour, D. Dziedzic, and D. DeHart, 1981. Laminin permits growth of lens cells in a serum-free medium. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci., Suppl., 20: 90.

Reddan, J. and S. McGee, 1981. An appropriate substrate permits the growth of diploid mammalian epithelial cells in a serum-free medium. In Vitro, 17: 246.

Reddan, J., S. McGee, and D. Dziedzic, 1981. Laminin permits the growth of mammalian epithelial cells in a serum-free medium. J. Cell Biol., 91: 145.

Reddan, J., D. Dziedzic, and S. McGee, 1982. Thrombin induces cell division in rabbit lenses cultured in a completely defined serum-free medium. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci., 22: 486-493.

Reddan, J., D. Dziedzic, S. McGee, D. DeHart, and J. Sackman, 1982. Influence of extracellular matrix, laminin, and fibronectin on the growth of cultured mammalian lens epithelial cells,. In: Extracellular Matrix, S. Hawkes and J. Wang, eds., pp. 171-175, Academic Press, New York.

Reddan, J., S. McGeeE. Goldenberg, and D. Dziedzic, 1983. Both human and newborn rabbit lens epithelial cells exhibit similar limited growth properties in tissue culture. Curr. Eye Res., 2: 399-405.

Reddan, J., D. Dziedzic, M. Mostafapour, S. McGee, and C. Schwartz, 1983. Establishment and characterization of a lens epithelial cell line from an 8-year old rabbit. Curr. Eye Res., 2: 633-639.

Reddan, J.R., A.B. Chepelinsky, D.C. Dziedzic, J. Piatigorsky, and E.M. Goldenberg, 1987. Retention of lens specificity in long-term cultures of diploid rabbit lens epithelial cells. Differentiation, 33: 168-174.

Reddan, J.R., J. Kuck, D.C. Dziedzic, K. Kuck, P. Reddan, and P. Wasielewski, 1989. Establishment of lens epithelial cell lines from Emory and cataract resistant mice and their response to hydrogen peroxide. Lens Eye Toxicity Res. 6: 687-701.

Reddan, J.R., M.D. Sevilla, F.J. Giblin, V. Padgaonkar, D.C. Dziedzic, V. Leverenz, I.C. Misra, and J.L. Peters, 1993. The superoxide dismutase mimic TEMPOL protects cultured rabbit lens epithelial cells from hydrogen peroxide insult. Exp. Eye Res. 56: 543-554.

Reddan, J.R., F.J. Giblin, D.C. Dziedzic, B.M. Wirebaugh, and J.L. Peters, 1995. Hydrogen peroxide affects specific epithelial subpopulations in cultured rabbit lenses. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 36: 289-299.

Reddan, J.R., I.C. Misra, and D.C. Dziedzic, 1995. Establishment of epithelial lines from cryopreserved lenses and capsule-epithelial preparations. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 36: 509-513.

Reddan, J.R., C.A. Steiger, D.C. Dziedzic, and S.R. Gordon, 1996. Regional differences in the distribution of catalase in the epithelium of the ocular lens. Cell. Molec. Biol., 42: 209-219.

Rhia, V.F. and K.A. Berven, 1991. An analysis of latitudinal variation in the larval development of the wood frog (Rana sylvatica). Copeia 1: 209-222.

Roy, A.K., B.S. Milin, and D.M. McMinn, 1974. Androgen receptor in rat liver: hormonal and developmental regulation of the cytoplasmic receptor and its correlation with the androgen-dependent synthesis of a2u-globulin. Biochemica et Biophysica Acta, 354:213-232.

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Roy, A.K., J.G. Byrd, N.M. Biswas, and A.K. Chowdhury, 1976. Protection of spermatogenesis by a2u-globulin on rats treated by oestrogen. Nature 260:719-721

Roy, A.K., M.J. Schiop, and D.J. Dowbenko, 1976. Regulation of the hepatic synthesis of a2u-globulin and its corresponding messenger RNA in maturing male rats. FEBS Letters 70:137-140.

Roy, A.K., M.J. Schiop, and D.J. Dowbenko, 1976. The role of thyroxine in the regulation of translatable messenger RNA for a2u-globulin in rat liver. FEBS Letters 64: 396-399.

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Unakar, N.J., J. Reddan, C. Harding, and R. Bell, 1969. Changes in tissue organization which precede the onset of cell division in the cultured rabbit lens. Proc. E.M. Soc. Amer. 27th Ann. Meet., 390-391.

Unakar, N.J., J. Reddan, R. Bell, and C. Harding, 1970. Possible differentiation of lens fibers in rabbit lenses maintained in organ culture. Proc. EM Soc. Amer. 28th Ann. Meet., 65: 112-113.

Unakar, N.J., J. Reddan, C. Harding, and R. Bell, 1970. Electron microscopy of cultured mammalian lenses. I. Initial changes which precede and accompany with stimulation of DNA synthesis and mitosis. Investigative Ophthalmology, 9:496-515.

Unakar, N., L. Binder, J. Reddan, and C. Harding, 1972. Acid phosphatase localization during wound healing in the rabbit lens. Proc. EM Soc. Amer. 30th Ann. Meet., 10-11.

Unakar, N., J. Reddan, M. Amato, and C. Harding, 1973. Ultrastructural studies on the in vitro injury response in the rabbit lens. J. Cell Biol., 59: 350.

Unakar, N.J., C. Harding, J. Reddan, and R. Shapiro, 1973. Characterization of wound healing in the rabbit lens. I. Light and electron microscope observations. J. de Microscopie, 16:309-320.

Unakar, N., C. Bullock, J. Reddan, and A. Weinsieder, 1974. Initial healing response of the ocular lens following dye injury. Proc. EM Soc. Amer. 32nd Ann. Meet., 28-29.

Unakar, N.J., J. Reddan, C. Bullock, and C. Harding, 1974. Effect of the in vivo environment on subsequent wound healing in the cultured rabbit lens. J. Cell Biol., 63: 354.

Unakar, N.J., C. Genyea, and J. Reddan, 1975. Reversible ultrastructural changes in galactose cataracts. J. Cell Biol., 67: 437.

Unakar, N.J., L. Binder, J. Reddan, and C. Harding, 1975. Histochemical localization of acid phosphatase in injured rabbit lens. Ophthal. Res., 7:158-169.

Unakar, N.J., T. SmartL. Laratta, and J. Reddan, 1976. Induction of experimental cataracts in the neonatal rat. J. Cell Biol., 70: 306.

Unakar, N.J., J. Reddan, E. Krasicky, and D. Wilson, 1976. Triggering of mitosis in the cultured mammalian lens by proteolytic enzymes. Documenta Ophthalmologia. Proceeding series -Progress of Lens Biochemistry Research. Dr. W. Junk Book Publishers, The Hague, 1976.

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Unakar, N.J., T. Smart, J.R. Reddan, and I. Devlin, 1979. Regression of cataracts in the offspring of galactose fed rats. Ophthalmic Res. 11:52-64.

Unakar, N.J., M.A. Mancini, F.J. Giblin, and J.R. Reddan, 1989. Histochemical localization of catalase in cultured lens epithelial cells. Ophthalmic Research. 21:369-373.

Unakar, N.J., J. Tsui, J. Fairless, and M. Johnson, 1991. Prefeeding of aldose reductase inhibitor (ARI) and galactose toxicity in rat lens. Clin. Chem. Enzymol. Commun. 3:383-390.

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Unakar, N.J., L. Binder, and J. Reddan, 1970. Effect of p-hydroxypropiophenone (PHP) on DNA synthesis induced by DAB and partial hepatectomy. J. Cell Biology, 47:20a.

Unakar, N.J., J. Reddan, C. Berry, and C. Harding, 1973. Insulin induced ultrastructural changes in the cultured rabbit lens. J. Cell Biol., 59(2):283a.

Unakar, N.J., J. Reddan, M. Amato, and C. Harding, 1973. Ultrastructural studies on the in vitro injury response in the rabbit lens. J. Cell Biol., 59(2):351a.

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Unakar, N.J., S. Maynard, J. Reddan and A. Weinsieder, 1975. Factors affecting pattern of cellular proliferation during lens wound healing. J. Cell Biol. 67(2):268a.

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Walker, J., K. Kanous and C.B. Lindemann, 1993. Functional differences in the two bending directions of bull sperm after Ni2+inhibition. Mol. Biol. Cell 4: 270a.

Weinsieder, A., J. Reddan, N. Unakar, and C. Bullock, 1975. Cytoarchitectural changes accompanying reversible lens opacities. Proc. Assoc. Res. Vis. Ophthalmol., 99.

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