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Wallace LG, Bobe G, Vorachek WR, Dolan BP, Estill CT, Pirelli GJ, Hall JA.  2017.  Effects of feeding pregnant beef cows selenium-enriched alfalfa hay on selenium status and antibody titers in their newborn calves.. J Anim Sci. 95(6):2408-2420.
Wallace LG, Bobe G, Vorachek WR, Dolan BP, Estill CT, Pirelli GJ, Hall JA.  2017.  Effects of feeding pregnant beef cows selenium-enriched alfalfa hay on selenium status and antibody titers in their newborn calves.. J Anim Sci. 95(6):2408-2420.
Wang R, Yu Z, Sunchu B, Shoaf J, Dang I, Zhao S, Caples K, Bradley L, Beaver LM, Ho E et al..  2017.  Rapamycin inhibits the secretory phenotype of senescent cells by a Nrf2-independent mechanism.. Aging Cell. 16(3):564-574.
Wang R, Kang Y, Löhr CV, Fischer KA, C Bradford S, Johnson G, Dashwood WMohaiza, Williams DE, Ho E, Dashwood RH.  2016.  Reciprocal regulation of BMF and BIRC5 (Survivin) linked to Eomes overexpression in colorectal cancer.. Cancer Lett. 381(2):341-8.
Wang R, Yu Z, Sunchu B, Shoaf J, Dang I, Zhao S, Caples K, Bradley L, Beaver LM, Ho E et al..  2017.  Rapamycin inhibits the secretory phenotype of senescent cells by a Nrf2-independent mechanism.. Aging Cell. 16(3):564-574.
Wang R, Kang Y, Löhr CV, Fischer KA, C Bradford S, Johnson G, Dashwood WMohaiza, Williams DE, Ho E, Dashwood RH.  2016.  Reciprocal regulation of BMF and BIRC5 (Survivin) linked to Eomes overexpression in colorectal cancer.. Cancer Lett. 381(2):341-8.
Wang R, Sunchu B, Perez VI.  2017.  Rapamycin and the inhibition of the secretory phenotype.. Exp Gerontol. 94:89-92.
Wang R, W Dashwood M, Löhr CV, Fischer KA, Pereira CB, Louderback M, Nakagama H, Bailey GS, Williams DE, Dashwood RH.  2008.  Protective versus promotional effects of white tea and caffeine on PhIP-induced tumorigenesis and beta-catenin expression in the rat.. Carcinogenesis. 29(4):834-9.
Wang R, Chen Y-S, Dashwood W-M, Li Q, Löhr CV, Fischer K, Ho E, Williams DE, Dashwood RH.  2017.  Divergent roles of p120-catenin isoforms linked to altered cell viability, proliferation, and invasiveness in carcinogen-induced rat skin tumors.. Mol Carcinog. 56(7):1733-1742.
Wang R, Sunchu B, Perez VI.  2017.  Rapamycin and the inhibition of the secretory phenotype.. Exp Gerontol. 94:89-92.
Wang R, Kang Y, Löhr CV, Fischer KA, C Bradford S, Johnson G, Dashwood WMohaiza, Williams DE, Ho E, Dashwood RH.  2016.  Reciprocal regulation of BMF and BIRC5 (Survivin) linked to Eomes overexpression in colorectal cancer.. Cancer Lett. 381(2):341-8.
Wang R, Yu Z, Sunchu B, Shoaf J, Dang I, Zhao S, Caples K, Bradley L, Beaver LM, Ho E et al..  2017.  Rapamycin inhibits the secretory phenotype of senescent cells by a Nrf2-independent mechanism.. Aging Cell. 16(3):564-574.
Wang R, Kang Y, Löhr CV, Fischer KA, C Bradford S, Johnson G, Dashwood WMohaiza, Williams DE, Ho E, Dashwood RH.  2016.  Reciprocal regulation of BMF and BIRC5 (Survivin) linked to Eomes overexpression in colorectal cancer.. Cancer Lett. 381(2):341-8.
Warnock JJ, Spina J, Bobe G, Duesterdieck-Zellmer KF, Ott J, Baltzer WI, Bay BK.  2014.  Culture of canine synoviocytes on porcine intestinal submucosa scaffolds as a strategy for meniscal tissue engineering for treatment of meniscal injury in dogs.. Vet J. 199(1):49-56.
Warnock JJ, Spina J, Bobe G, Duesterdieck-Zellmer KF, Ott J, Baltzer WI, Bay BK.  2014.  Culture of canine synoviocytes on porcine intestinal submucosa scaffolds as a strategy for meniscal tissue engineering for treatment of meniscal injury in dogs.. Vet J. 199(1):49-56.
Warnock JJ, Bobe G, Duesterdieck-Zellmer KF, Spina J, Ott J, Baltzer WI, Bay BK.  2014.  Growth factor treated tensioned synoviocyte neotissues: towards meniscal bioscaffold tissue engineering.. Vet J. 200(1):22-30.
Warnock JJ, Bobe G, Duesterdieck-Zellmer KF, Spina J, Ott J, Baltzer WI, Bay BK.  2014.  Growth factor treated tensioned synoviocyte neotissues: towards meniscal bioscaffold tissue engineering.. Vet J. 200(1):22-30.

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