S. L. Miller

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Prolactin (PRL) stimulates the cytoskeletal re-organization and motility of breast cancer cells. During PRL receptor signaling, Vav2 becomes phosphorylated and activated, an event regulated by the serine/threonine kinase Nek3. Given the regulatory role of Vav2, the function of Nek3 in PRL-mediated motility and invasion was examined. Overexpression of Nek3(More)
Brunswikian theory and a longitudinal design were used to study how three-person, hierarchical teams adapted to increasing levels of time pressure and, thereby, try to understand why previous team research has not necessarily found a direct relationship between team processes and performance with increasing time pressure. We obtained four principal(More)
2 Adelman Testing the Effectiveness of Icons for Supporting Distributed Team Decision Making Under Time Pressure 2 Albright Interpersonal Perception 2 Alvarez A contextual-normative approximation to the integration of multiple cues in learning 3 Athanasou The Role of Cue intercorrelations in judgments 4 Cooksey Expanding the Scope of the Brunswikian(More)
UNLABELLED Paraneoplastic dermatoses are a heterogeneous group of skin disorders that manifest an underlying internal malignancy. Early recognition of these cutaneous hallmarks offers an opportunity for early diagnosis, treatment of the internal malignancy and monitoring for tumor recurrence. The 9 most common paraneoplastic and metastatic cutaneous(More)
Merkel cell carcinoma (MCC) is a rare aggressive cutaneous tumor that commonly occurs in sun-exposed sites. It has a tendency for rapid growth, local recurrence, lymph node invasion, and distant metastases. Risk factors include immunosuppression, advanced age, exposure to UV radiation, and infection with the Merkel cell polyomavirus. We report a case of a(More)
In this paper, we propose a frequency domain approach to design a set of spreading sequences for a DSCDMA system in the presence of frequency selective fading. We show that the number of parameters involved in the design of optimal spreading sequences can be made smaller when they are analyzed in the frequency domain, than when they are analyzed in the time(More)