|Fu X, Booth S, Smith D. Vitamin K Content of Rodent Diets: A Review. JALAS 2007: 46(4).
Lian F, Smith D, Ernst, H, Russell R, Wang X. Apo-10’-lycopenic acid suppresses lung cell growth by activating retinoic acid receptor B in vitro and inhibits lung tumorigenesis in vivo in the A/J mouse model. Carcinogenesis 2007: 28:1567-1574.
Lawenda B, Smith D, Xu L, Niemierko A, Silverstein J, Boucher Y, Kashiwagi S, Held K, Jain R, Loeffler J, Blumberg J. Do the Supplements EGCG or Vitamin E Cause a Radiomodifying Response on Tumors? A Pilot Study with Murine Breast Carcinoma. Journal of the Society for Integrative Oncology 2007; 5(1):11-7
Mernitz H, Smith D, Wood, Russell R, Wang X. Inhibition of Lung Carcinogenesis by 1?,25-Dihydroxyvitamin D3 and 9-cis Retinoic Acid in the A/J Mouse Model: Evidence of Retinoid Antagonism of Vitamin D Toxicity. Int. J. Cancer 2006; 120: 1402-1407.
Kim Y, Liu X, Liu C, Smith D, Russell R, Wang X. Induction of pulmonary neoplasia in the smoke-exposed ferret by 4-(methylnitroamino)-1-(3-pyridyl)-1-butanone (NNK): A Model for Human Lung Cancer. Cancer Letters 2006; 234:209-219
Other Recent Publications
Mernitz H, Smith DE, Zhu AX, Wang X-D. 9-cis Retinoic acid inhibition of lung carcinogenesis in the A/J mouse model is accompanied by increased expression of RAR-beta but no change in cyclooxygenase-2. Cancer Letters 2006; 244:101-108.
Booth S, Peterson J, Smith D, Shea K, Chamberland J, Crivello N. Age and dietary form of vitamin K affect menaquinone-4 concentrations in male Fischer 344 rats. J Nutr. 2008; 138: 492-496.
Liu Z, Choi S, Crott J, Crott J, Smith D, Mason J. Multiple B-vitamin inadequacy amplifies alterations induced by folate depletion in p53 expression and its downstream effector MDM2. Int. J Cancer. 2008; 123: 519-512.
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