Michael Verderame

Professor

Michael Verderame

Huck Affiliations

Publication Tags

Fish Oils Carcinogenesis Breast Cell Proliferation Tamoxifen Methionine Enkephalin Receptor Students Transgenic Mice Neoplasms Methylnitrosourea Opioid Analgesics Intercellular Signaling Peptides And Proteins Proteins Oxidative Stress Diet Wounds And Injuries Biomarkers Epithelium Estrogen Receptors Breast Neoplasms Cyclin Dependent Kinase Inhibitor P21 Omega 3 Fatty Acids Arachidonic Acid Naloxone Skin

Most Recent Papers

Competency-based assessment for the training of PhD students and early-career scientists

Michael F. Verderame, Victoria H. Freedman, Lisa M. Kozlowski, Wayne T. McCormack, 2018, eLife

Targeted overexpression of OGFr in epithelium of transgenic mice suppresses cell proliferation and impairs full-thickness wound closure

Patricia J. McLaughlin, Cara L. Keiper, Michael F. Verderame, Ian S. Zagon, 2012, American Journal of Physiology on p. R1084-R1090

Interdisciplinary graduate education

Sarah K. Bronson, Michael F. Verderame, Ralph L. Keil, 2011, Cell on p. 1207-1208

Effects of fish oil and Tamoxifen on preneoplastic lesion development and biomarkers of oxidative stress in the early stages of N-methyl-N-nitrosourea- induced rat mammary carcinogenesis

Andrea Manni, John P. Richie, Haifang Xu, Sharlene Washington, Cesar Aliaga, Timothy K. Cooper, Richard Bruggeman, Arunangshu Das, Bogdan Prokopczyk, Ana Calcagnotto, Neil Trushin, Rebecca Dickinson, Jason Liao, Michael F. Verderame, Karam El-Bayoumy, 2011, International Journal of Oncology on p. 1153-1164

The Effects of Tamoxifen and Fish Oil on Mammary Carcinogenesis in Polyoma Middle T Transgenic Mice

Andrea Manni, Haifang Xu, Sharlene Washington, Cesar Aliaga, Arunangshu Das, Timothy Cooper, John P. Richie, Bogdan Prokopczyk, Ana Calcagnotto, Neil Trushin, John P. Van den Heuvel, Christopher Hamilton, Laurence M. Demers, Jason Liao, Michael F. Verderame, Karam El-Bayoumy, 2011, Hormones and Cancer on p. 249-259

The impact of fish oil on the chemopreventive efficacy of tamoxifen against development of N-Methyl-N-Nitrosourea-Induced rat mammary carcinogenesis

Andrea Manni, Haifang Xu, Sharlene Washington, Cesar Aliaga, Timothy Cooper, John P. Richie, Richard Bruggeman, Bogdan Prokopczyk, Ana Calcagnotto, Neil Trushin, David Mauger, Michael F. Verderame, Karam El-Bayoumy, 2010, Cancer Prevention Research on p. 322-330

Dependence on nuclear localization signals of the opioid growth factor receptor in the regulation of cell proliferation

Fan Cheng, Patricia McLaughlin, Michael Verderame, Ian Zagon, 2009, Experimental Biology and Medicine on p. 532-541

The OGF-OGFr axis utilizes the p16 <sup>INK4a</sup> and p21 <sup>WAF1/CIP1</sup> pathways to restrict normal cell proliferation

Fan Cheng, Patricia J. McLaughlin, Michael F. Verderame, Ian S. Zagon, 2009, Molecular Biology of the Cell on p. 319-327

Role of non-receptor and receptor tyrosine kinases (TKs) in the antitumor action of α-difluoromethylornithine (DFMO) in breast cancer cells

Haifang Xu, Sharlene Washington, Michael F. Verderame, Andrea Manni, 2008, Breast Cancer Research and Treatment on p. 255-261

The OGF-OGFr axis utilizes the p21 pathway to restrict progression of human pancreatic cancer

Fan Cheng, Patricia J. McLaughlin, Michael F. Verderame, Ian S. Zagon, 2008, Molecular Cancer

Most-Cited Papers

Effects of fish oil and Tamoxifen on preneoplastic lesion development and biomarkers of oxidative stress in the early stages of N-methyl-N-nitrosourea- induced rat mammary carcinogenesis

Andrea Manni, John P. Richie, Haifang Xu, Sharlene Washington, Cesar Aliaga, Timothy K. Cooper, Richard Bruggeman, Arunangshu Das, Bogdan Prokopczyk, Ana Calcagnotto, Neil Trushin, Rebecca Dickinson, Jason Liao, Michael F. Verderame, Karam El-Bayoumy, 2011, International Journal of Oncology on p. 1153-1164

The Effects of Tamoxifen and Fish Oil on Mammary Carcinogenesis in Polyoma Middle T Transgenic Mice

Andrea Manni, Haifang Xu, Sharlene Washington, Cesar Aliaga, Arunangshu Das, Timothy Cooper, John P. Richie, Bogdan Prokopczyk, Ana Calcagnotto, Neil Trushin, John P. Van den Heuvel, Christopher Hamilton, Laurence M. Demers, Jason Liao, Michael F. Verderame, Karam El-Bayoumy, 2011, Hormones and Cancer on p. 249-259

Targeted overexpression of OGFr in epithelium of transgenic mice suppresses cell proliferation and impairs full-thickness wound closure

Patricia J. McLaughlin, Cara L. Keiper, Michael F. Verderame, Ian S. Zagon, 2012, American Journal of Physiology on p. R1084-R1090

Competency-based assessment for the training of PhD students and early-career scientists

Michael F. Verderame, Victoria H. Freedman, Lisa M. Kozlowski, Wayne T. McCormack, 2018, eLife

Interdisciplinary graduate education

Sarah K. Bronson, Michael F. Verderame, Ralph L. Keil, 2011, Cell on p. 1207-1208