The Oncological Sciences Center (OSC) is the Discovery Park Center that blends basic cancer research and engineering research to cultivate and support innovative, multi-investigator, interdisciplinary research teams at Purdue University. The OSC provides an environment where there is cross-fertilization of ideas between faculty of disparate disciplines. Ideas from research fields outside of biology and medicine provide novel solutions to problems that currently hinder research and development moving forward. The OSC provides resources and support to allow such interdisciplinary cancer research to proceed allowing the translation of new knowledge into innovative, evidence-based strategies to prevent cancer, effectively detect and eradicate it at early stages, and ultimately diminish the devastating effect cancer has on society.
This series contains publications published through The Oncological Sciences Center at Purdue University.
Manuscripts from 2007
Ambipolar conduction in transistors using solution grown InAs nanowires with Cd doping , Qingling Hang, Fudong Wang, William E. Buhro, and David B. Janes
Acm1 is a negative regulator of the Cdh1-dependent anaphase-promoting complex/cyclosome in budding yeast , Juan S. Martinez, Dah-Eun Jeong, Eunyoung Choi, Brian M. Billings, and Mark C. Hall
The maturation of mucus-secreting gastric epithelial progenitors into digestive-enzyme secreting zymogenic cells requires Mist1 , Victoria G. Ramsey, Jason M. Doherty, Christopher C. Chen, Thaddeus S. Stappenbeck, Stephen F. Konieczny, and Jason C. Mills
Minimum length requirement of the flexible N-terminal translocation subdomain of colicin E3 , Onkar Sharma and William A. Cramer
Microfluidic cell fusion under continuous direct current voltage , Jun Wang and Chang Lu
Manuscripts from 2006
The mitogenic function of hepatitis B virus X protein resides within amino acids 51 to 140 and is modulated by N- and C-terminal regulatory regions, H Li, C Y. Chi, S Lee, and O M. Andrisani