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  • Ren, Jie; Zhou, Fei; Li, Xiaoxi; Wu, Cen (2020)
    Gene-environment (G×E) interactions have important implications to elucidate the etiology of complex diseases beyond the main genetic and environmental effects. Outliers and data contamination in disease phenotypes of G×E ...
  • Zhou, Fei; Ren, Jie; Li, Xiaoxi; Wu, Cen; Jiang, Yu (2020)
    Extensive penalized variable selection methods have been developed in the past two decades for analyzing high dimensional omics data, such as gene expressions, single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs), copy number variations ...
  • Ren, Jie; Zhou, Fei; Li, Xiaoxi; Wu, Cen; Jiang, Yu (2020-06-22)
    Many complex diseases are known to be affected by the interactions between genetic variants and environmental exposures beyond the main genetic and environmental effects. Existing Bayesian methods for gene-environment (G×E) ...
  • Kang, Myungshim; Smith, Paul E. (2010-01-05)
    A pairwise preferential interaction model (PPIM), based on Kirkwood-Buff integrals, is developed to quantify and characterize the interactions between some of the functional groups commonly observed in peptides. The existing ...
  • Ross, J. D.; Kelly, J. F.; Bridge, E. S.; Engel, M. H.; Reinking, D. L.; Boyle, Alice
  • Peters, Grant (Kansas State University, The Chapman Center for Rural Studies, 2012-09)
    This study is of the city of Palmer, located in Washington County, Kansas, and how the entrepreneurial spirit allowed it to flourish. This industry allowed the town to thrive though all manner of trials and disasters. This ...
  • Messer, Keegan (Kansas State University, The Chapman Center for Rural Studies, 2016-09)
    The town of Parallel existed in Lincoln Township, Washington County, Kansas. Its unique geography included being located along the border between Washington and Riley County. The town officially existed until 1905 but ...
  • Schendt, Jamie (Kansas State University. Dept. of History, 2011-09-09)
  • Kanost, Laura
    Mexican historian and literary writer Cristina Rivera Garza approaches the space of the asylum not as a monolithic mechanism of rigid control and silence, but as a continual negotiation of bodies and words. The characters ...
  • Yang, Wenyu; Zheng, Yong; Bahn, Sung Chul; Pan, Xiangqing; Li, Maoyin; Vu, Hieu Sy; Roth, Mary R.; Scheu, Brad; Welti, Ruth; Wang, Xuemin (2012-05-21)
    The patatin-related phospholipase A (pPLA) hydrolyzes membrane glycerolipids to produce monoacyl compounds and free fatty acids. Phospholipids are cleaved by pPLAIIα at the sn-1 and sn-2 positions, and galactolipids, ...
  • Li, Maoyin; Bahn, Sung Chul; Fan, Chuchuan; Li, Jia; Phan, Tien; Ortiz, Michael; Roth, Mary R.; Welti, Ruth; Jaworski, Jan; Wang, Xuemin (2013-07-26)
    The release of fatty acids from membrane lipids has been implicated in various metabolic and physiological processes, but in many cases, the enzymes involved and their functions in plants remain unclear. Patatin-related ...
  • Ricketts, Andrew M.; Sandercock, Brett K.
    Habitat heterogeneity is a key driver of biodiversity in many ecosystems. Wildlife inhabiting the native prairies of North America evolved in a heterogeneous mosaic of habitat conditions created by fire and grazing by ...
  • Thompson, Patricia; Arrington, Amanda (Kansas State University; School of Music, Theatre, and Dance, )
    February 20, 2019 7:30pm All Faiths Chapel Charles Ives - Songs my Mother Taught Me Charles Ives - Things Our Fathers Loved Charles Ives - Memories, A,__Very Pleasant, B,__Rather Sad Charles Ives - Serenity Charles ...
  • Hopper, Garrett W.; Tobler, Michael
    Background: Species are often grouped into distinct trophic guilds based on their average diets. But the diets of populations may be highly variable through space and time. Even populations that are described as foraging ...
  • Hunt, Paul; Arrington, Amanda; Johnson, Jim; Parker, Craig; Fassler-Kerstetter, Jacqueline; Maxwell, Steven (Kansas State University; School of Music, Theater, and Dance, )
    Eddie Bass, Sonata, Movt. I - Fast, With Energy Eddie Bass, Sonata, Movt. II - Theme and Variations Eddie Bass, Sonata, Movt. III - Fast Elliott Schwartz, Archeopteryx Jan Sandstrom, BombiBone BrassBitt J.S. Bach, ...
  • Hunt, Paul (Kansas State University; School of Music, Theatre, and Dance, )
    September 3, 2019 7:30PM All Faiths Chapel Jan Van der Roost - Canzona Gothica I. Motetus II. Organum III. Saltarello Paul Hunt - A Perambulation of Lite Electronica based on G. F. Handel's Sonata for Recorder, ...
  • Scribner, Eric (Kansas State University, The Chapman Center for Rural Studies, 2011-09)
    The following passage is a historically backed re-creation of life in the rural Kansas township. I have done extensive research on the township of Pavilion as well as the surrounding area, and I have chosen to integrate ...
  • Blake, Kevin S. (2009-07-28)
    The glaciated ranges of southwestern Colorado constituting the San Juan Mountains are culturally significant to residents and visitors. As certain mountains are imbued with meaning, they become "peaks of identity," tangible ...
  • Tucker, Rachel (Kansas State University, The Chapman Center for Rural Studies, 2015-09)
    This study traces the introduction of an opera house to the small town of Alta Vista, Kansas and follows it until its closing. This highlights the role of the theater and its importance to the town. The author used collections ...
  • Riggs, Ethan (Kansas State University, The Chapman Center for Rural Studies, 2011-09)
    Pearl managed to survive for almost 80 years, but all that remains of the once bustling community are the old railroad tracks and the still functioning Alida Pearl Coop grain elevators. The grain towers are the first things ...

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