Most Recent Additions*
Removing Stigma Around Disabilities in the Classroom: The History and Benefits of Inclusive Education STIGMA AROUND DISABILITIES IN THE CLASSROOM: THE HISTORY AND BENEFITS OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION
History of Dominican University of California
Maria Guadalupe Alvarez Pineda, Monica Barry, Rubi Calderon-Rodriguez, Terise Camasura, Amanda Cheng, Angela Garcia, Rebecca Herrera, Julia McMahon, Kelsey Pontius, Adriana Sigala, Brenda Vasquez, and Sonya Woo
Antibacterial activity of native California medicinal plant extracts isolated from Rhamnus californica and Umbellularia californica.
Maria G. Carranza, Mary B. Sevigny, Debashree Banerjee, and Lacie Fox-Cubley
Novel flexible heteroarotinoid, SL-1-39, inhibits HER2-positive breast cancer cell proliferation by promoting lysosomal degradation of HER2.
Hongye Zou, Mary B. Sevigny, Shengquan Liu, David T. Madden, and Maggie Louie
Glycosylation regulates turnover of cyclooxygenase-2.
Mary B. Sevigny, Chai-Fei Li, Monika Alas, and Millie Hughes-Fulford
Acute and chronic cadmium exposure promotes E-cadherin degradation in MCF7 breast cancer cells.
Esmeralda Ponce, Maggie Louie, and Mary B. Sevigny
Black Walnut, Fennel, and Prickly Pear
I Will Never Get Better
*Updated as of 05/19/19.