ICR Graduate School Catalogue and List of Publications
[Last Update: October, 1992]
I have seen an occasional interest from newsgroup readers for the names of Creationist researchers (or "creation scientists" as they call themselves). On my recent visit to the Institute for Creation Research (ICR), I picked up a copy of the "ICR 1990-91 GRADUATE SCHOOL General Catalog." This 45-page booklet is the most recent copy that has been produced by the ICR.
What follows is a list of the Faculty and Administration of the ICR Graduate School (including where they got each of their degrees), a list of publications by the science faculty as determined by a September 15, 1992 search on the MELVYL MEDLINE and CURRENT CONTENTS databases (not in the catalog), and lots of other relevant information from the catalog.
"The Institute for Creation Research is now (Fall of 1990) in its tenth year of Graduate School Operations, with many fine graduate students pursuing their M.S. degrees. All of our degree programs have an `Approved' rating of the Private Post-Secondary Education Division of the California State Department of Education, and we confidently invite qualified Christian men and women, who desire to make the best possible investment of their lives and talents, to consider coming to ICR. The programs are designed to prepare graduates both for productive careers in their respective professional fields, especially the need for science teachers in Christian elementary and secondary schools, and also for significant service in the cause of Biblical Christianity. We look forward to hearing from you."
Later, the catalog states that they were granted their "Approved" rating in the fields of Astro/Geophysics, Biology, Geology, and Science Education on July 1, 1981 (shortly after classes first began in the Summer of 1981). The "Approved" rating was renewed in November, 1990. It goes on to say that other programs may be added as "resources and demand warrant."
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The Institute for Creation Research is a private, not-for-profit corporation, chartered by the State of California for the purposes of research, writing, and education in both the standard curriculum of each scientific discipline and the Institute's supplemental framework of scientific creationism and Biblical authority in all disciplines.
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. President Duane T. Gish, Ph.D. Vice President Donald H. Rohrer, B.S. Chief Financial Officer John D. Morris, Ph.D. Administrative Vice President
Board of Trustees
The Institute for Creation Research is administered by a Board of Trustees which consists of at least nine elected members plus the ICR President, who serves as chairman. Members are elected (by the members of the existing Board) to serve for staggered three-year terms and are eligible for re-election to one additional term. At least three members are elected from the San Diego area to serve on an Executive Committee which meets approximately bi-monthly. The entire Board normally meets at least twice annualy...The Board establishes general policies, approves budgets, and appoints the major administrative officers. The ICR administration implements Board policies in day-to-day operations.
Board members in 1990 were:
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. Chairman San Diego, CA Robert H. Franks, M.D. Vice Chairman San Diego, CA William Low Secretary El Cajon, CA Benjamin L. Aaron, M.D. Arlington, VA Bart P. Anderson, M.S. Fairfax, VA Howard Batchelor El Cajon, CA Robert R. Armstrong, M.D. La Mesa, CA Jack E. Brady, J.D. Dallas, TX John W. Eckersly, Jr., M.D. Palm City, FL Donald M. Edney, B.S. Dallas, TX R. Lee Huntington, B.S. Rancho Santa Fe, CA Daniel J. Manthei Petoskey, MI William McCandless, M.D. El Cajon, CA Earl Miller La Mesa, CA John Oller, M.D. Albuquerque, NM Richard S. Owen, M.B.A. Houston, TX Robert Popp El Cajon, CA Lowell Vandervort, M.H.A. Rancho Mirage, CA
The ICR consists of five divisions:
I. Division of Graduate Study and Research Kenneth B. Cumming, Ph.D., Dean II. Division of Extension Services Duane T. Gish, Ph.D., Coordinator III. Division of Curriculum Development Richard B. Bliss, Ed.D., Director IV. Division of Publications Henry M. Morris, Ph.D., Editor V. Division of Support Services Donald H. Rohrer, B.S., Business Manager
An "Advisory Council" made up of all the professional-level staff members in these divisions meets about every two months to formulate recommendations to the Board of Trustees. The Division of Graduate Study and Research is described in more detail below.
Technical Advisory Board
In addition to its regular professional staff, ICR has a Technical Advisory Board consisting of distinguished scientists in various parts of the country who serve as consultants and advisers in various phases of the ICR activities. These are as follows:
Edward F. Blick, Ph.D. Professor of Petroleum and Geological Engineering University of Oklahoma David R. Boylan, Ph.D. Professor of Chemical Engineering Iowa State University Malcolm A. Cutchins, Ph.D. Professor of Aerospace Engineering Auburn University, Alabama Robert H. Eckel, M.D. Associate Professor of Medicine University of Colorado (Denver), Colorado Carl B. Fliermans, Ph.D. Microbial Ecologist DuPont Company, Augusta, Georgia Donald D. Hamann, Ph.D. Professor of Food Technology North Carolina State University Harold R. Henry, Ph.D. Chairman of Civil and Mining Engineering Department University of Alabama Joseph L. Henson, Ph.D. Chairman of Science Division Bob Jones University Gailen Marshall, M.D. Allergy, Asthma, Immunology Association of Texas Houston, TX David Menton, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Anatomy Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis John R. Meyer, Ph.D. Professor of Biology Baptist Bible College, Clark's Summit, Pennsylvania John W. Oller, Jr., Ph.D. Professor of Linguistics University of New Mexico, Albuquerque Ker C. Thomson, Ph.D. Professor of Geophysics, Head of Science Division Bryan College, Dayton, Tennessee John C. Whitcomb, Jr., Th.D. Director of Doctoral Studies Grace Theological Seminary, Winona Lake, Indiana"Regional Representatives
Donald B. DeYoung, Ph.D. Midwest Representative Winona Lake, Indiana Lane P. Lester, Ph.D. Eastern Representative Lynchburg, Virginia
The PURPOSE AND OBJECTIVES of the Graduate SchoolThe purpose of the ICR Graduate School is to discover truth about the universe by scientific research, to correlate and apply such scientific data within the supplemental integrating framework of Biblical creationism, and to implement them effectively in traditional graduate degree programs with standard core curriculum in science and education.
The immediate goal of the ICR Graduate School is to foster research and provide graduate-level training in those fields of natural science that are particularly relevant to the study of origins. The long-range goal is to prepare talented graduates in science and education for future Christian leadership.
The ICR's EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHYThe programs and curricula of the Graduate School present the standard factual scientific content of comparable courses in accredited secular institutions, using standard scientific textbooks, journal articles, and other learning materials. In addition, where appropriate, supplemental interpretive material is presented in accordance with the distinctive ICR mission and beliefs, and in accord with the cherished American principles of academic freedom and civil rights, as applicable particularly to private Christian educational institutions.
While somewhat innovative in the current educational context, this approach to the understanding and teaching of science is essentially the same as that of the founding fathers of science (Newton, Boyle, etc.), and of our nation and its first schools and colleges. In no way does this philosophy subtract from the standard scientific content, but rather enriches it. Opposing philosophies are treated extensively and fairly, so that graduates are well equipped in all areas covered by secular institutions, with the supplementary advantage of learning also the rational [sic] for the ICR interpretation of scientific data related to origins and earth history.
Library7,100 book volumes
275 periodicals (5,500 volumes)
825 non-book volumes
3,850 faculty volumes
Access to the Christian Heritage College Library
The library [also] houses a specialized Biblical/Theological collection of 3500 volumes. The Ellingson/Ehlert library augments the students research well. This collection offers the student an opportunity to research and construct a Biblical model complimenting the scientific models presented in the classroom...The Library of the Institute for Creation Research is most well known for its collection of creationist books, and of books and periodicals of immediate relevance to the creation/evolution question. It is probably unexcelled by any other library in these respects.
FacilitiesThe ICR building contains approximately 21,000 square feet of floor space. Major space allocations are for the Museum of Creation and Earth History, library and library offices, four science labs, computer center...Each of the laboratories can also be used as a small classroom. All classes, as graduate courses, have small enrollments, so this alternate usage is quite feasible. There is also one room used only as a classroom, and this is large enough to accommodate thirty or more students, if necessary. At present, the labs are used mainly for thesis research. Graduate laboratory instructional classes are available in each major.
The Museum of Creation and Earth History is open to the public and is frequently toured by visiting classes of school children, as well as individuals. Graduate students often participate in preparation of museum exhibits.
DIVISION OF GRADUATE STUDY AND RESEARCHMost members appointed to the faculty of the ICR Graduate School have terminal degrees in their fields of instruction or the clear equivalent of such a degree in terms of relevant research experience and publications. All faculty members are also expected to be of high moral character and personal integrity, firmly committed to the ICR Educational Philosophy.
Dean of the Graduate School Kenneth B. Cumming, Ph.D. Research Coordinator Gerald E. Aardsma, Ph.D. Librarian James S. Stambaugh, M.L.S. Registrar Mrs. Mary Thomas
Chairmen of Academic Departments
Astro/Geophysics Larry Vardiman, Ph.D. Biology Richard D. Lumsden, Ph.D. Geology Steven A. Austin, Ph.D. Science Education Richard B. Bliss, Ed.D.
Aardsma, Gerald E., Assistant Professor of Physics B.Sc., University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada, 1978 M.Sc., University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada, 1979 Ph.D., University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1984 Austin, Steven A., Professor of Geology B.S., University of Washington, 1970 M.S., San Jose State University, 1971 Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University, 1979 Bliss, Richard B., Professor of Science Education B.S., University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, 1953 M.S., University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1961 Ed.D., University of Sarasota, 1978 Cumming, Kenneth B., Professor of Biology B.S., Tufts University, 1956 M.A., Harvard University, 1959 Ph.D., Harvard University, 1965 Franks, Robert H., Associate Professor of Biology B.A., San Diego State University, 1956 M.D., University of California, Los Angeles, 1960 Gish, Duane T., Professor of Biochemistry B.S., University of California, Los Angeles, 1949 Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, 1953 Lumsden, Richard D., Professor of Biology B.S., Tulane University, 1960 M.S., Tulane University, 1962 Ph.D., Rice University, 1965 Morris, Henry M., Professor of Hydrology B.S., Rice University, 1939 M.S., University of Minnesota, 1948 Ph.D., University of Minnesota, 1950 Morris, John D., Professor of Geology B.S., Virginia Tech., 1969 M.S., University of Oklahoma, 1977 Ph.D., University of Oklahoma, 1980 Peterson, Andrew J., Assistant Professor of Science Education B.A., Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA, 1975 M.A., University of California, Berkeley, California, 1977 Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1987 Vardiman, Larry, Professor of Physics B.S., University of Missouri, 1965 B.S., St. Louis University, 1967 M.S., Colorado State University, 1974 Ph.D., Colorado State University, 1974
Ham, Kenneth A., Instructor of Science Education B.App.Sc., Queensland Institute of Technology, Australia, 1974 Dip.Ed., University of Queensland, Australia, 1975 Lindsey, George D., Associate Professor of Science Education B.S., East Texas State University, 1967 M.S., East Texas State University, 1968 Ed.D., East Texas State University, 1981 Varughese, T. V., Associate Professor of Mathematics B.Sc., Kerala University, India, 1954 B.Sc., Kerala University, India, 1958 B.Ed., Kerala University, India, 1959 M.Sc., Kerala University, India, 1963 M.A., Indiana University, 1971 Ph.D., Indiana University, 1975
DeYoung, Donald B., Professor of Astrophysics B.S., Michigan Technical University, 1966 M.S., Michigan Technical University, 1968 Ph.D., Iowa State University, 1972 Englin, Dennis L., Professor of Geophysics B.A., Westmont College, 1968 M.Sc., California State University, 1970 Ed.D., University of Southern California, 1975 Fliermans, Carl B., Professor of Biology B.S., Asbury College, Wilmore, Kentucky, 1966 M.Sc., University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, 1969 Ph.D., Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, 1972 Humphries, D. Russell, Assistant Professor of Physics B.S., Duke University, 1963 Ph.D., Louisiana State University, 1972 Meyer, John R., Professor of Biology B.A., Kearney State College, Kearney, Nebraska, 1962 Ph.D., University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa, 1969 Osborne, Chris D., Assistant Professor of Biology B.A., California State University, Fullerton, 1976 M.S., Institute for Creation Research, Santee, California, 1985 Ph.D., Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, California, 1989 Parker, Gary E., Professor of Biology B.A., Wabash College, 1962 M.S., Ball State University, 1965 Ed.D., Ball State University, 1973 Wise, Kurt P., Assistant Professor of Paleontology B.A., University of Chicago, Hyde Park, Illinois, 1981 M.A., Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1984 Ph.D., Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1989
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It should be noted that there is a significant limitation to these searches, in addition to the fact that they only cover the last 3-1/2 to 5 years. The search software is limited to using only the last name and first and middle initials of the author. Therefore, if the scientist has a common last name, many citations will be listed that come from different scientists that have the same first initial(s) and last name. The subject matter of the papers can be used to eliminate unlikely publications of certain scientists. Also, the address of origin can be used to help confirm the scientist. This is available only with MEDLINE, not with Current Contents. I used these strategies to minimize the problem and included notes at the end to describe the strategies for individual members.
CITATIONS ========= MEMBER FIELD MED CC NOTE ====== ===== === == ==== Resident Faculty ---------------- Aardsma, Gerald E. Physics - 0 Austin, Steven A. Geology - 0 Cumming, Kenneth B. Biology 0 0 Franks, Robert H. Biology 0 0 Gish, Duane T. Biochemistry 0 0 Lumsden, Richard D. Biology 0 0 (A) Morris, Henry M. Hydrology - 0 (B) Morris, John D. Geology - 0 (C) Vardiman, Larry Physics - 0 Adjunct Faculty --------------- Varughese, T. V. Mathematics - 0 Visiting Faculty ---------------- DeYoung Donald B. Astrophysics - 0 Englin, Dennis L. Geophysics - 0 Fliermans, Carl B. Biology 1 6 (D) Humphries, D. Russell Physics - 0 Meyer, John R. Biology 0 0 (E) Osborne, Chris D. Biology 0 0 Parker, Gary E. Biology 0 0 (F) Wise, Kurt P. Paleontology - 0 Technical Advisory Board ------------------------ Blick, Edward F. Geological Engineering - 0 Boylan, David R. Chemical Engineering - 0 Cutchins, Malcolm A. Aerospace Engineering - 0 Eckel, Robert H. Medicine 24 *0* (G) Hamann, Donald D. Food Technology 0 5 (H) Henry, Harold R. Civil/Mining Engineering - 0 Marshall, Gailen Medicine 0 0 (I) Menton, David Anatomy 7 *1* (J)
(A) LUMSDEN RD. MEDLINE listed 1 citation by a parasitologist. CC listed 8 citations by a pathogenic soil fungus specialist. It is unlikely that these are from the same person, and it is improbable that any of the publications are from Richard D. Lumsden of ICR. All 9 citations are listed below in the interest of fairness.
(B) MORRIS HM. CC listed 18 citations. However, they were all in the electronic engineering field, presumably all by another individual with the same last name and initials.
(C) MORRIS JD. CC listed 15 citations. However, 9 were in the field of biology. The other 6 are by Julie D. Morris of the Carnegie Insitution in Washington, D.C.
(D) FLIERMANS CB. MEDLINE listed 1 citation and Current Contents listed 6 citations, all in the field of geomicrobiology. I am quite confident that these can be attributed to Carl B. Fliermans as he is listed as a Microbial Ecologist on the Technical Advisory Board. All 7 citations are listed below.
(E) MEYER JR. MEDLINE listed 3,380 citations and Current Contents listed 55 citations. A search of the address of origin of all 3,380 MEDLINE citations revealed that none were from Baptist Bible College, Clark's Summit, Pennsylvania, John R. Meyer's location according to information in the Technical Advisory Board listing.
(F) PARKER GE. MEDLINE and Current Contents both listed 1 identical citation. However, the subject of the paper was nuclear medicine and it originated from the Medical College of Virginia in Richmond (see full citation below). It is unlikely that it can be attributed to Gary E. Parker, adjunct faculty member of ICR.
(G) ECKEL RH. MEDLINE listed 24 citations (see below). Current Contents listed 17 citations, all of which matched the MEDLINE citations. All of them covered adipose tissue and insulin effects and almost all were from the University of Colorado (Denver), the location of Robert H. Eckel according to his listing. Therefore, I'm extremely confident that all of these citations can be attributed to him.
(H) HAMANN DD. Current Contents listed 5 citations, all in the field of food technology. Donald D. Hamann is listed as "Professor of Food Technology" on the Technical Advisory Board, so I'm very confident that all of these citations can be attributed to him.
(I) MARSHALL G. MEDLINE listed 108 citations and Current Contents listed 140 citations. None of the MEDLINE citations were from his association (Allergy, Asthma, Immunology Association of Texas), nor were any of them even from Texas. There were 2 citations from and Allergy Division in Tennessee (see below).
(J) MENTON D. MEDLINE listed 7 citations. All of them deal with anatomy and 5 of them originated from Washington University School of Medicine, David Menton's specialty and location according to his listing on the Technical Advisory Board. Current Contents listed 6 citations. 5 of them were identical to the MEDLINE search, with 1 additional citation. Therefore, a total of 8 citations can be attributed to David Menton with high confidence.
LUMSDEN RD ========== MEDLINE ------- Hildreth MB; Lumsden RD. Utilization and absorption of carbohydrates by the plerocercus metacestode of Otobothrium insigne (Cestoda: Trypanorhyncha). International Journal for Parasitology, 1988 Mar, 18(2):251-7. Current Contents ---------------- 1. LEWIS JA; LUMSDEN RD; MILLNER PD; KEINATH AP. SUPPRESSION OF DAMPING-OFF OF PEAS AND COTTON IN THE FIELD WITH COMPOSTED SEWAGE SLUDGE. CROP PROTECTION, 1992 JUN, V11 N3:260-266. 2. RIDOUT CJ; LUMSDEN RD; HRUSCHKA WR. IDENTIFICATION OF MYCELIAL POLYPEPTIDES ASSOCIATED WITH GLIOTOXIN-PRODUCING STRAINS OF THE BIOCONTROL FUNGUS GLIOCLADIUM-VIRENS. PHYTOPATHOLOGY, 1992 APR, V82 N4:479-484. 3. LUMSDEN RD; LOCKE JC; ADKINS ST; WALTER JF; and others. ISOLATION AND LOCALIZATION OF THE ANTIBIOTIC GLIOTOXIN PRODUCED BY GLIOCLADIUM-VIRENS FROM ALGINATE PRILL IN SOIL AND SOILLESS MEDIA. PHYTOPATHOLOGY, 1992 FEB, V82 N2:230-235. 4. LYNCH JM; LUMSDEN RD; ATKEY PT; OUSLEY MA. PROSPECTS FOR CONTROL OF PYTHIUM DAMPING-OFF OF LETTUCE WITH TRICHODERMA, GLIOCLADIUM, AND ENTEROBACTER SPP. BIOLOGY AND FERTILITY OF SOILS, 1991, V12 N2:95-99. 5. RISTAINO JB; PERRY KB; LUMSDEN RD. EFFECT OF SOLARIZATION AND GLIOCLADIUM-VIRENS ON SCLEROTIA OF SCLEROTIUM-ROLFSII, SOIL MICROBIOTA, AND THE INCIDENCE OF SOUTHERN BLIGHT OF TOMATO. PHYTOPATHOLOGY, 1991 OCT, V81 N10:1117-1124. 6. FRAVEL DR; LUMSDEN RD; ROBERTS DP. INSITU VISUALIZATION OF THE BIOCONTROL RHIZOBACTERIUM ENTEROBACTER-CLOACAE WITH BIOLUMINESCENCE. PLANT AND SOIL, 1990 JUL, V125 N2:233-238. 7. ROBERTS DP; LUMSDEN RD. EFFECT OF EXTRACELLULAR METABOLITES FROM GLIOCLADIUM-VIRENS ON GERMINATION OF SPORANGIA AND MYCELIAL GROWTH OF PYTHIUM-ULTIMUM. PHYTOPATHOLOGY, 1990 MAY, V80 N5:461-465. 8. LUMSDEN RD; CARTER JP; WHIPPS JM; LYNCH JM. COMPARISON OF BIOMASS AND VIABLE PROPAGULE MEASUREMENTS IN THE ANTAGONISM OF TRICHODERMA-HARZIANUM AGAINST PYTHIUM- ULTIMUM. SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY, 1990, V22 N2:187-194. FLIERMANS CB ============ MEDLINE ------- Tyndall RL; Ironside KS; Metler PL; Tan EL; Hazen TC; Fliermans CB. Zoology Department, University of Tennessee, Knoxville 37796-0816. Effect of thermal additions on the density and distribution of thermophilic amoebae and pathogenic Naegleria fowleri in a newly created cooling lake. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 1989 Mar, 55(3):722-32. Current Contents ---------------- 1. HAZEN TC; JIMENEZ L; DEVICTORIA GL; FLIERMANS CB. COMPARISON OF BACTERIA FROM DEEP SUBSURFACE SEDIMENT AND ADJACENT GROUNDWATER. MICROBIAL ECOLOGY, 1991, V22 N3:293-304. 2. SARGENT KA; FLIERMANS CB. GEOLOGY AND HYDROLOGY OF THE DEEP SUBSURFACE MICROBIOLOGY SAMPLING SITES AT THE SAVANNAH RIVER PLANT, SOUTH- CAROLINA. GEOMICROBIOLOGY JOURNAL, 1989, V7 N1-2:3-13. 3. PHELPS TJ; RAIONE EG; WHITE DC; FLIERMANS CB. MICROBIAL ACTIVITIES IN DEEP SUBSURFACE ENVIRONMENTS. GEOMICROBIOLOGY JOURNAL, 1989, V7 N1-2:79-91. 4. FLIERMANS CB. MICROBIAL LIFE IN THE TERRESTRIAL SUBSURFACE OF SOUTHEASTERN COASTAL PLAIN SEDIMENTS. HAZARDOUS WASTE & HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, 1989 SPRING, V6 N2:155-171. 5. PHELPS TJ; RINGELBERG D; HEDRICK D; DAVIS J; and others. MICROBIAL BIOMASS AND ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATED WITH SUBSURFACE ENVIRONMENTS CONTAMINATED WITH CHLORINATED HYDROCARBONS. GEOMICROBIOLOGY JOURNAL, 1988, V6 N3-4:157-170. 6. PHELPS TJ; FLIERMANS CB; GARLAND TR; PFIFFNER SM; and others. METHODS FOR RECOVERY OF DEEP TERRESTRIAL SUBSURFACE SEDIMENTS FOR MICROBIOLOGICAL STUDIES. JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGICAL METHODS, 1989 JUN, V9 N4:267-279. PARKER GE ========= MEDLINE ------- 1. Parker GE Jr; Burke TS. Department of Radiology, Medical College of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond. Technetium-99m-medronate uptake in hepatic necrosis associated with Budd-Chiari syndrome. Journal of Nuclear Medicine, 1992 Jul, 33(7):1390-2. ECKEL RH ======== MEDLINE ------- 1. Eckel RH; Hanson AS; Chen AY; Berman JN; Yost TJ; Brass EP. Dietary substitution of medium-chain triglycerides improves insulin-mediated glucose metabolism in NIDDM subjects. Diabetes, 1992 May, 41(5):641-7. 2. Glaser DS; Yost TJ; Eckel RH. Preheparin lipoprotein lipolytic activities: relationship to plasma lipoproteins and postheparin lipolytic activities. Journal of Lipid Research, 1992 Feb, 33(2):209-14. 3. Regensteiner JG; Mayer EJ; Shetterly SM; Eckel RH; Haskell WL; Marshall JA; Baxter J; Hamman RF. Relationship between habitual physical activity and insulin levels among nondiabetic men and women. San Luis Valley Diabetes Study. Diabetes Care, 1991 Nov, 14(11):1066-74. 4. Yost TJ; Eckel RH. Regional similarities in the metabolic regulation of adipose tissue lipoprotein lipase. Metabolism: Clinical and Experimental, 1992 Jan, 41(1):33-6. 5. Bessesen DH; Robertson AD; Eckel RH. Weight reduction increases adipose but decreases cardiac LPL in reduced-obese Zucker rats. American Journal of Physiology, 1991 Aug, 261(2 Pt 1):E246-51. 6. Mayer EJ; Burchfiel CM; Eckel RH; Marshall JA; Haskell WL; Hamman RF. The role of insulin and body fat in associations of physical activity with lipids and lipoproteins in a biethnic population. The San Luis Valley Diabetes Study. Arteriosclerosis and Thrombosis, 1991 Jul-Aug, 11(4):973-84. 7. Barchiesi BJ; Eckel RH; Ellis PP. The cornea and disorders of lipid metabolism. Survey of Ophthalmology, 1991 Jul-Aug, 36(1):1-22. Pub type: Journal Article; Review; Review, Academic. 8. Sniderman AD; Cianflone KM; Eckel RH. Levels of acylation stimulating protein in obese women before and after moderate weight loss. International Journal of Obesity, 1991 May, 15(5):333-6. 9. Jensen DR; Bessesen DH; Etienne J; Eckel RH; Neville MC. Distribution and source of lipoprotein lipase in mouse mammary gland. Journal of Lipid Research, 1991 May, 32(5):733-42. 10. Neville MC; Waxman LJ; Jensen D; Eckel RH. Lipoprotein lipase in human milk: compartmentalization and effect of fasting, insulin, and glucose. Journal of Lipid Research, 1991 Feb, 32(2):251-7. 11. Farese RV Jr; Yost TJ; Eckel RH. Tissue-specific regulation of lipoprotein lipase activity by insulin/glucose in normal-weight humans. Metabolism: Clinical and Experimental, 1991 Feb, 40(2):214-6. 12. Brass EP; Tserng KY; Eckel RH. Urinary organic acid excretion during feeding of medium- chain or long-chain triglyceride diets in patients with non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 1990 Nov, 52(5):923- 6. Pub type: Clinical Trial; Journal Article; Randomized Controlled Trial. 13. Raynolds MV; Awald PD; Gordon DF; Gutierrez-Hartmann A; Rule DC; Wood WM; Eckel RH. Lipoprotein lipase gene expression in rat adipocytes is regulated by isoproterenol and insulin through different mechanisms. Molecular Endocrinology, 1990 Sep, 4(9):1416-22. 14. Lorentsen KJ; Hendrix CW; Collins JM; Kornhauser DM; Petty BG; Klecker RW; Flexner C; Eckel RH; Lietman PS. Dextran sulfate is poorly absorbed after oral administration. Annals of Internal Medicine, 1989 Oct 1, 111(7):561-6. 15. Knedler A; Eckel RH; Kern PA; Ham RG. Microvascular endothelial cell cultures from human omental adipose tissue [letter; comment]. In Vitro Cellular and Developmental Biology, 1989 Oct, 25(10):863-4. 16. Eckel RH; Yost TJ. HDL subfractions and adipose tissue metabolism in the reduced-obese state. American Journal of Physiology, 1989 Jun, 256(6 Pt 1):E740-6. 17. Kern PA; Svoboda ME; Eckel RH; Van Wyk JJ. Insulinlike growth factor action and production in adipocytes and endothelial cells from human adipose tissue. Diabetes, 1989 Jun, 38(6):710-7. 18. Eckel RH. Lipoprotein lipase. A multifunctional enzyme relevant to common metabolic diseases [published erratum appears in N Engl J Med 1990 Feb 15;322(7):477] [see comments]. New England Journal of Medicine, 1989 Apr 20, 320(16):1060-8. Pub type: Journal Article; Review; Review, Academic. 19. Yost TJ; Eckel RH. Hypocaloric feeding in obese women: metabolic effects of medium-chain triglyceride substitution. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 1989 Feb, 49(2):326- 30. 20. Samuels MH; Eckel RH. Massive insulin overdose: detailed studies of free insulin levels and glucose requirements. Journal of Toxicology. Clinical Toxicology, 1989, 27(3):157- 68. 21. Draznin B; Sussman KE; Eckel RH; Kao M; Yost T; Sherman NA. Possible role of cytosolic free calcium concentrations in mediating insulin resistance of obesity and hyperinsulinemia. Journal of Clinical Investigation, 1988 Dec, 82(6):1848-52. 22. Yost TJ; Eckel RH. Fat calories may be preferentially stored in reduced-obese women: a permissive pathway for resumption of the obese state. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 1988 Aug, 67(2):259-64. 23. Eckel RH; Goldberg IJ; Steiner L; Yost TJ; Paterniti JR Jr. Plasma lipolytic activity. Relationship to postheparin lipolytic activity and evidence for metabolic regulation. Diabetes, 1988 May, 37(5):610-5. 24. Eckel RH; Sadur CN; Yost TJ. Deficiency of the insulin, glucose-mediated decrease in serum triglycerides in normolipidemic obese subjects. International Journal of Obesity, 1988, 12(5):369-76. HAMANN DD ========= Current Contents ---------------- 1. CASE SE; HAMANN DD; SCHWARTZ SJ. EFFECT OF STARCH GELATINIZATION ON PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF EXTRUDED WHEAT-BASED AND CORN-BASED PRODUCTS. CEREAL CHEMISTRY, 1992 JUL-AUG, V69 N4:401-404. 2. WU JQ; HAMANN DD; FOEGEDING EA. MYOSIN GELATION KINETIC STUDY BASED ON RHEOLOGICAL MEASUREMENTS. JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY, 1991 FEB, V39 N2:229-236. 3. HAMANN DD; AMATO PM; WU MC; FOEGEDING EA. INHIBITION OF MODORI (GEL WEAKENING) IN SURIMI BY PLASMA HYDROLYSATE AND EGG WHITE. JOURNAL OF FOOD SCIENCE, 1990 MAY-JUN, V55 N3:665+. 4. AMATO PM; HAMANN DD; BALL HR; FOEGEDING EA. INFLUENCE OF POULTRY SPECIES, MUSCLE GROUPS, AND NACL LEVEL ON STRENGTH, DEFORMABILITY, AND WATER RETENTION IN HEAT- SET MUSCLE GELS. JOURNAL OF FOOD SCIENCE, 1989 SEP-OCT, V54 N5:1136+. 5. CRIPPEN KL; HAMANN DD; YOUNG CT. EFFECTS OF GRIND SIZE, SUCROSE CONCENTRATION AND SALT CONCENTRATION ON PEANUT BUTTER TEXTURE. JOURNAL OF TEXTURE STUDIES, 1989, V20 N1:29-41. MARSHALL G ========== MEDLINE ------- 1. Marshall GD Jr; Lieberman PL. Address: Division of Allergy-Immunology, University of Tennessee School of Medicine, Memphis. Comparison of three pretreatment protocols to prevent anaphylactoid reactions to radiocontrast media. Annals of Allergy, 1991 Jul, 67(1):70-4. 2. Marshall GD. Address: Division of Allergy/Immunology, University of Tennessee College of Medicine, Memphis 38146. Adoptive immunotherapy in gastrointestine malignancies using interleukin-2. Current results and future prospects. Acta Chirurgica Scandinavica. Supplementum, 1989, 549:71-4. MENTON D ======== MEDLINE ------- 1. Webber DM; Menton D; Osdoby P. An in vivo model system for the study of avian osteoclast recruitment and activity. Bone and Mineral, 1990 Nov, 11(2):127-40. 2. Steinacker A; Menton DN; Romero A. Toadfish saccular hair cell bundle has a preferred orientation in the otolithic membrane. Hearing Research, 1990 Sep, 48(1-2):145-9. 3. Wice B; Menton D; Geuze H; Schwartz AL. Modulators of cyclic AMP metabolism induce syncytiotrophoblast formation in vitro. Experimental Cell Research, 1990 Feb, 186(2):306-16. 4. Goligorsky MS; Menton DN; Laszlo A; Lum H. Nature of thrombin-induced sustained increase in cytosolic calcium concentration in cultured endothelial cells. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1989 Oct 5, 264(28):16771-5. 5. Brown M; McDonnell MK; Menton DN. Polarity effects on wound healing using electric stimulation in rabbits. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 1989 Aug, 70(8):624-7. 6. 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