Craig Jordan

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This investigation examines the tamoxifen (TAM)-dependent growth in vivo of an MCF-7 tumor variant, MCF-7TAM, previously reported in Ovariectomized athymic mice were implanted with I-mm-' pieces of MCF-7TAM and were treated with Silastic capsules of varying sizes containing TAM to demonstrate dose-dependent growth over a 10-wk experiment. TAM was necessary(More)
We have compared the antitumor activities of the antiestrogens, keox-ifene (LY 156758) and tamoxifen (TAM), using the /V-nitrosomethylurea (NMU) rat mammary carcinoma model. To establish an effective antitumor dose of TAM in this model, rats were treated 2 wk after initiation with NMU for 8 wk with s.c. daily injections of 6.25 «ig, 25 /ig, or 100 jig of(More)
Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulators (SERMs) are a new class of drugs that bind to estrogen receptor (ER) and elicit agonistic or antagonistic responses, depending on the target tissue. We have developed an in vitro system in which some SERMs (4-hydroxytamoxifen and resveratrol) demonstrate estrogenic response through wild-type (wt) ER, whereas others(More)
It remains unknown whether tobacco smoke induces DNA hypermethylation as an early event in carcinogenesis or as a late event, specific to overt cancer tissue. Using MethyLight assays, we analyzed 316 lung tissue samples from 151 cancer-free subjects (121 ever-smokers and 30 never-smokers) for hypermethylation of 19 genes previously observed to be(More)
—Computer security has become vital for protecting users, applications and data, yet the field still faces severe shortages in skilled professionals. Typical methods to teach security from textbooks and academic papers are not engaging and take considerable time. Our hypothesis is that a security game that closely emulates real-world systems can improve(More)
The expression and stability of the estrogen receptor (ER) is the result of a complex process that is modulated by estrogens and antiestrogens. Regulation of the steady-state ER mRNA and protein levels in breast cancer cells appears to be the result of either of two distinct regulatory mechanisms. Estrogen exposure causes a rapid down-regulation of the(More)
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