Dr. David Lee and researchers at Yale University School of Medicine were published for their study examining the prevalence of medication competition. The study looked at the following coexisting conditions: hypertension and osteoarthritis; hypertension and diabetes; hypertension and COPD; diabetes and coronary artery disease; and hypertension and depression. It was found that 22.6% of participants were being prescribed at least […]
In the recent review article in Trends in Pharmacological Sciences,College of Pharmacy researchers surveyed the current state of knowledge about the modifications of transcription factors, the specialized proteins that guide cell development and function. Transcription factors determine which genes are expressed, thereby controlling protein expression within the cell. They are also necessary for cell development. Researchers at […]
College of Pharmacy researchers recently published a review of post-translational modifications of transcription factors in Trends in Pharmacological Sciences. Additionally, they submitted a cover design and were selected! The cover design illustrates a transcription factor, represented as a music conductor, bound to DNA. The sheet music—or post-translational modifications—contains directions the conductor (transcription factor) sends out. The design idea came […]
OSU College of Pharmacy Associate Dean of Research, Mark Leid, discusses the breakthroughs happening in cancer research at the College. View the whole report at KEZI.com. Also in Portland Business Journal, Science Daily, and R&D Magazine.