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Piyali Dasgupta Department of Pharmacology, Physiology, and Toxicology, Marshall University, USA
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Kathleen Brown Department of Pharmacology, Physiology, and Toxicology, Marshall University, USA
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Jamie K. Lau
  • Department of Pharmacology, Physiology, and Toxicology, Marshall University, USA
  • 1 Author merit

Education

M.S. in Biology, Department of Biology, Ball State University, Muncie, IN, USA

Current Position

Instructor of Biology, Department of Biology, Ball State University, Muncie, IN, USA

Publications (since 2006)

Journal articles

  1. Brown, K. C., Perry, H. E., Lau, J. K., Jones, D. V., Pulliam, J. F., Thornhill, B. A., Crabtree, C. M., Luo, H., Chen, Y. C. and Dasgupta, P. (2013). Nicotine Induces the Up-regulation of the alpha7-Nicotinic Receptor (alpha7-nAChR) in Human Squamous Cell Lung Cancer Cells via the Sp1/GATA Protein Pathway. J Biol Chem 288(46): 33049-33059.
  2. Lau, J. K., Brown, K. C., Thornhill, B. A., Crabtree, C. M., Dom, A. M., Witte, T. R., Hardman, W. E., McNees, C. A., Stover, C. A., Carpenter, A. B., Luo, H., Chen, Y. C., Shiflett, B. S. and Dasgupta, P. (2013). Inhibition of cholinergic signaling causes apoptosis in human bronchioalveolar carcinoma. Cancer Res 73(4): 1328-1339.
  3. Santanam, N., Thornhill, B. A., Lau, J. K., Crabtree, C. M., Cook, C. R., Brown, K. C. and Dasgupta, P. (2012). Nicotinic acetylcholine receptor signaling in atherogenesis. Atherosclerosis 225(2): 264-273.
  4. Brown, K. C., Lau, J. K.*, Dom, A. M., Witte, T. R., Luo, H., Crabtree, C. M., Shah, Y. H., Shiflett, B. S., Marcelo, A. J., Proper, N. A., Hardman, W. E., Egleton, R. D., Chen, Y. C., Mangiarua, E. I. and Dasgupta, P. (2012). MG624, an alpha7-nAChR antagonist, inhibits angiogenesis via the Egr-1/FGF2 pathway. Angiogenesis 15(1): 99-114.
    * Equal first author
  5. Dom, A. M., Buckley, A. W., Brown, K. C., Egleton, R. D., Marcelo, A. J., Proper, N. A., Weller, D. E., Shah, Y. H., Lau, J. K. and Dasgupta, P. (2011). The alpha7-nicotinic acetylcholine receptor and MMP-2/-9 pathway mediate the proangiogenic effect of nicotine in human retinal endothelial cells. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 52(7): 4428-4438.
  6. Brown, K. C., Witte, T. R., Hardman, W. E., Luo, H., Chen, Y. C., Carpenter, A. B., Lau, J. K. and Dasgupta, P. (2010). Capsaicin displays anti-proliferative activity against human small cell lung cancer in cell culture and nude mice models via the E2F pathway. PLoS One 5(4): e10243.
  7. Cain, M. L., Lauer, T. E. and Lau, J. K. (2008). Habitat use of Grass Pickerel Esox americanus vermiculatus in Indiana streams. The American Midland Naturalist 160(1): 96-109.
  8. Lau, J. K., Lauer, T. E. and Weinman, M. L. (2006). Impacts of channelization on stream habitats and associated fish assemblages in east central Indiana. The American Midland Naturalist 156(2): 319-330.

Chapters in scholarly books

  1. Lau J.K., KC Brown, AM Dom and P Dasgupta. 2012. Capsaicin: potential applications in cancer therapy. In: Nutrition and Cancer, from Epidemiology to Biology, Claudio PP, editor. Bentham Press Inc., London, United Kingdom, pp. 15-25.

1 Protocol published
Measurement of Acetylcholine from Cell Lines
Authors:  Jamie K. Lau, Kathleen C. Brown and Piyali Dasgupta, date: 12/20/2013, view: 4520, Q&A: 0
Cigarette smoking is the leading risk factor for the development of lung cancer. It is estimated that smoking is associated with 80-90% of lung cancer cases throughout the world (see References 1 and 2). The addictive component of cigarette smoke is ...