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UTHSC Publications: Books

This guide is a monthly list of publications from UTHSC researchers.

Books by UTHSC authors (2015)

Almomani, T. G., & University of Tennessee Health Science Center. (2015). Health related quality of life in children with.

Assaf, D., & University of Tennessee Health Science Center. (2015). Kinematic and kinetic effects of alterations in lumbar lordosis in people with tight hamstrings.

Atherton, J. G., & University of Tennessee Health Science Center. (2015). A method to detect urine carbon dioxide for sepsis risk stratification.

In Chyka, P. A., In Boucher, B. A., In Franks, A. S., In Waddell, J. A., & American Pharmacists Association. (2015). The APhA complete review for pharmacy.

Liu, C., & University of Tennessee Health Science Center. (2015). Adverse effects of asparaginase in pediatric patients with acute lymphoblastic leukemia.

Mairal, S. V., & University of Tennessee Health Science Center. (2015). The effect of background music on the visual categorization of printed words in normal younger and older adults.

Mandal, B., & University of Tennessee Health Science Center. (2015). Design, development and evaluation of erlotinib-loaded hybrid nanoparticles for targeted drug delivery to non- small cell lung cancer.

In Pattnaik, A. K., & In Whitt, M. A. (2015). Biology and pathogenesis of rhabdo- and filoviruses.

In Pattnaik, A. K., & In Whitt, M. A. (2015). Biology and pathogenesis of rhabdo- and filoviruses.

Sulaiman, A. R. Y., & University of Tennessee Health Science Center. (2015). The value of online medication rating systems to older adults and their association with self-reported outcomes.

Summers, K. C., & University of Tennessee Health Science Center. (2015). Effects of cocaine sensitization on drug self-administration, mesocorticolimbic SAPAP levels, and prefrontal ionotropic glutamate receptors.

Walker, C. M., & University of Tennessee Health Science Center. (2015). Anal cancer risk factor management practices and the barriers and facilitators of addressing anal health in the HIV primary care setting.

Wang, J., & University of Tennessee Health Science Center. (2015). Overcoming acquired resistance to BRAF inhibitors by novel synergistic drug combination and discovery of novel smac mimetics as selective survivin inhibitors.

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