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 Michael J Morgan

Michael J Morgan

morgan83@nsuok.edu

  • Assistant Professor
    Biology

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Education:

  • Ph D, Oncological Sciences, University of Utah, , 2001
  • BS, Biochemistry, Brigham Young University, Cum laude, 1996

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Intellectual Content:

  • Measurement of caspase activity in individual cells reveals differences in the kinetics of caspase activation between cells. (Journal Article, Academic Journal), , Published, January (1st Quarter/Winter), 2001
  • Nuclear and cytoplasmic shuttling of TRADD induces apoptosis via different mechanisms. (Journal Article, Academic Journal), , Published, June, 2002
  • TNF-induced activation of the Nox1 NADPH oxidase and its role in the induction of necrotic cell death. (Journal Article, Academic Journal), , Published, June, 2007
  • Membrane-bound Fas ligand requires RIP1 for efficient activation of caspase-8 within the death-inducing signaling complex. (Journal Article, Academic Journal), , Published, September, 2009
  • MicroRNAs modulate the noncanonical transcription factor NF-kappaB pathway by regulating expression of the kinase IKKalpha during macrophage differentiation. (Journal Article, Academic Journal), , Published, September, 2010
  • Autophagy variation within a cell population determines cell fate through selective degradation of Fap-1. (Journal Article, Academic Journal), , Published, January (1st Quarter/Winter), 2014
  • Regulation of autophagy and chloroquine sensitivity by oncogenic RAS in vitro is context-dependent. (Journal Article, Academic Journal), , Published, October (4th Quarter/Autumn), 2014
  • RIP1 negatively regulates basal autophagic flux through TFEB to control sensitivity to apoptosis. (Journal Article, Academic Journal), , Published, June, 2015
  • Methylation-dependent loss of RIP3 expression in cancer represses programmed necrosis in response to chemotherapeutics. (Journal Article, Academic Journal), , Published, June, 2015
  • Metastatic Cells are Preferentially Vulnerable to Lysosomal Inhibition. (Journal Article, Academic Journal), Discovery, Accepted, August, 2018

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