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Small molecule growth inhibitors from Albatrellus flettii and Sarcodon scabripes native to British Columbia
Spiropyrrolizidine and piperazine derivatives
Exploring growth-inhibitory and immuno-stimulatory activity in British Columbia wild mushrooms and lichens.
In search of novel immune-modulatory compounds from British Columbia wild mushrooms and their effectiveness in inflammatory micro-circulation of mice
Purification and characterization of an immuno-stimulatory compound from the water extract of royoporus badius (Pers.) A.B. De
British Columbian wild mushrooms as potent source of novel natural anti-cancer compounds
The kinetic characterization of Haloarcula marismortui acyl phosphate with a novel substrate
Inhibitors of CRD-BP-KRAS RNA interaction
Investigating the coding region determinant binding protein-RNA interaction in vitro, in cells and in silico.
Role of pituitary adenylate cyclase-activating polypeptide in energy expenditure including the thermogenic response
PPAR~ regulates insulin secretion in pancreatic ~-cells : evidence from an in-vivo mouse model of ~-cell specific PPAR~ overexpression
Structural and functional studies into branchpoint sequence recognition and the U4/U6 di-Snrnp in cyanidioschyzon merolae
Characterization of U2 snRNA associated proteins
Investigating the relationship between IMP1 and APE1 in HEPG2 cells
Molecular characterization of the coding region determinant-binding protein interaction with KRAS oncogene mRNA
Characterization of spliceosome assembly in cyanidioschyzon merolae.
U5 snRNA-specific proteins studies, RNA-protein interaction, assembly of the spliceosomal Sm complex, and function implications of splicing in Cyanidioschyson merolae
Investigating splicing in two disparate organisms: a highly reduced spliceosome in Cyandioschyzon Merolae and additional functionality in  Saccharomyces Cerevisiae's PRP24
Investigating British Columbia wild mushrooms for growth-inhibitory activity
Purification and characterization of growth-inhibitory compounds from 2 genera of British Columbia wild mushrooms: fomitopsis and phaeolus