Basic Science Posters

Basic Science Posters

These posters present results from basic science studies that broadly advance knowledge. Presenters emphasize any medical or clinical application of their research.

Posters in the Technology Room Posters in the Alma Mater Room
A1 Deletion of Farnesoid X Receptor and Small Heterodimer Partner Protects Mice From Developing Hepatic Steatosis and Metabolic Syndrome A2 Molecular Mechanisms of Low Affinity Estrogen Action in Obese Mouse Models
A3 The Transcriptional Regulation of Cytokines and Indoleamine 2,3-dioxygenases (Ido1 and Ido2) by Galectin (Gal)-9 and Interferon (Ifn)ë_ in Cultured Murine Astrocytes A4 A Scaffolding Protein Iqgap1 Regulates Fat Metabolism
A5 A Novel Role for Poly(a) Tail Binding Protein C1 in Cardiac Development and Hypertrophy A6 Desipramine, a Tricyclic Anti-depressant, Decreases Expression of Tryptophan Dioxygenase Enzymes in the Mouse Hippocampus
A7 Salmonella Typhimurium Defense Against Phagocytic Superoxide During Systemic Infection  A8 Female Reproductive Dysfunction and Elevated GnRH Neuron Activity in a Mouse Model of Temporal Lobe Epilepsy
A9 Prolyl Isomerase Pin1 Regulates the Stability and Tumorigenic Activity of Brd4 A10 Bile Acid Overload Induces Functional and Metabolic Defects in the Heart
A11 Dual-color Fluorescent Reporters as Tools to Study Alternative Splicing Regulation of the Hippo Signaling Pathway A12 Small Heterodimer Partner Plays a Crucial Role in the Intestine to Maintain Bile Acid Homeostasis
A13 Galactose Impacts Cell Growth and Redox Status of Glioblastoma Multiforme U87 Cells A14 Effect of Frequent Broccoli Intake on Rat Gut Microbiota Metabolism and Composition
A15 Developmental Reprogramming of the Transcriptome Is an Essential Component of Liver Regeneration A16 Identifying the Role of Muscleblind-like Protein 1 in Myotonic Dystrophy Type 1 Pathogenesis and Postnatal Liver Development
A17 Bile Acids Contribute to the Gender-Biased Incidence of Hepatocellular Carcinoma  A18 PolyP (a Procoagulant Molecule) and the Mechanisms of Its Degradation
A19 Engineering Human T Cell Receptors for Adoptive T Cell Therapies  A20 Hepatocyte-specific Deletion of a Splicing Regulatory Protein Causes NASH in Mice
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