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• K. Pollock, T.J. Jaraczewski, M.J. Carroll, D.I. Lebovic, P.K. Kreeger. "Endometriotic epithelial cell response to macrophage-secreted factors is dependent on extracellular matrix context." Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering. in press. Link

• M.J. Carroll, L.E. Stopfer, P.K. Kreeger. "A simplified culture system to examine soluble factor interactions between mammalian cells." Chemical Communications. 50, p. 5279-5281, 2014. Link

• P.K. Kreeger. “Using partial least squares regression to analyze cellular response data.” Science Signaling. 6, p. tr7, 2013. link pdf full text

• R. Liu, K.Z. Vang, P.K. Kreeger, S.H. Gellman, K.S. Masters. “Experimental and computational analysis of cellular interactions with nylon-3-bearing substrates.” Journal of Biomedical Materials Research: Part A. 100A, p. 2750-2759, 2012. link

• R.D. Prasasya, K. Vang, P.K. Kreeger. “A multivariate model of ErbB network composition predicts ovarian cancer cell response to canertinib.” Biotechnology and Bioengineering. 109, p 213-224, 2012. spotlighted on p fmvi. Link

• R.D. Prasasya, D. Tian, P.K. Kreeger. "Analysis of cancer signaling networks by systems biology to develop therapies." Seminars in Cancer Biology. 21, p 200-206, 2011. Link

• P.K. Kreeger, Y. Wang, K.M. Haigis, D.A. Lauffenburger. “Integration of multiple signaling pathway activities resolves K-RAS / N-RAS mutation paradox in colon epithelial cell response to inflammatory cytokine stimulation.” Integrative Biology. 2, p 202-208, 2010. Link

• P.K. Kreeger, D.A. Lauffenburger. "Cancer systems biology: a network modeling perspective." Carcinogenesis. 31, p 2-8, 2010. Link

• P.K. Kreeger, R. Mandhana, S.K. Alford, K.M. Haigis, D.A. Lauffenburger. "RAS mutations impact TNF-Induced apoptosis responses of colon carcinoma cells via ERK-modulatory negative and positive feedback circuits along with non-ERK pathway effects." Cancer Research. 69, p 8191-8199, 2009. Link

• M. Xu, P.K. Kreeger, L.D. Shea, and T.K. Woodruff. “Tissue engineered follicles produce live, fertile offspring.” Tissue Engineering. 12, p 2739-2746, 2006. Link Highlighted in Nature Medicine Link Link

• S.K. Bristol-Gould, P.K. Kreeger, C.G. Selkirk, S.M. Kilen, K.E. Mayo, L.D. Shea, and T.K. Woodruff. “Fate of the initial follicle pool: empirical and mathematical evidence supporting its sufficiency for adult fertility.” Developmental Biology. 298, p 149-154, 2006. Link Highlighted in Nature Medicine Link

• S.K. Bristol-Gould, P.K. Kreeger, C.G. Selkirk, S.M. Kilen, R.W. Cook, J.L. Kipp, L.D. Shea, K.E. Mayo, and T.K. Woodruff. “Postnatal regulation of germ cells by activin: the establishment of the initial follicle pool.” Developmental Biology. 298, p 132-148, 2006. Link Highlighted in Nature Medicine Link

• P.K. Kreeger, J.W. Deck, T.K. Woodruff, and L.D. Shea. “The in vitro regulation of ovarian follicle development using alginate-extracellular matrix gels.” Biomaterials. 27, p 714-723, 2006. Link

• P.K. Kreeger, N.N. Fernandes, T.K. Woodruff, and L.D. Shea. “Regulation of mouse follicle development by follicle stimulating hormone in a three-dimensional in vitro culture system is dependent on follicle stage and dose.” Biology of Reproduction. 73, p 942-950, 2005. Link

• P.K. Kreeger, T.K. Woodruff, and L.D. Shea. “Murine granulosa cell morphology and function are regulated by a synthetic Arg-Gly-Asp matrix.” Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology. 205, p 1-10, 2003. Link

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