Parity-related molecular signatures and breast cancer subtypes by estrogen receptor status
Breast Cancer Research 2014, 16:R74 (8 July 2014)
Changing the course of comorbid eating disorders and depression: what is the role of public health interventions in targeting shared risk factors?
Journal of Eating Disorders 2014, 2:15 (27 May 2014)
Eating disorders and depression commonly co-occur. Thus, strategies that can jointly alter the course of eating disorders and depression have the potential to significantly impact mental health suffering. Public health has a productive history of improving global health. As such, the primary aim of this paper is to examine and discuss public health approaches that may improve our ability to reduce the risk of developing eating disorders and depression.
Reducing self-objectification: are dissonance-based methods a possible approach?
Journal of Eating Disorders 2013, 1:10 (19 March 2013)
I’m not just fat, I’m old: has the study of body image overlooked “old talk”?
Journal of Eating Disorders 2013, 1:6 (21 February 2013)
Similar to talking about being fat, talking about being old is an important an indicator of body dissatisfaction.
InChI: a user’s perspective
Journal of Cheminformatics 2012, 4:34 (13 December 2012)
Chemistry publication – making the revolution
Journal of Cheminformatics 2009, 1:2 (17 March 2009)
Local and regional factors influence the structure of treehole metacommunities
BMC Ecology 2008, 8:22 (19 December 2008)
Proinflammatory cytokines tumor necrosis factor- α and interferon- γ modulate epithelial barrier function in Madin-Darby canine kidney cells through mitogen activated protein kinase signaling
BMC Physiology 2006, 6:2 (21 February 2006)
Downstream effectors of the MAP kinase signaling pathway mediate TNF-alpha/IFN-gamma-triggered junctional reorganization, which can result in impaired epithelial barrier function during pathological events.
GapCoder automates the use of indel characters in phylogenetic analysis
BMC Bioinformatics 2003, 4:6 (19 February 2003)