OUR at Oakland: Mission
OUR@Oakland increases visibility of authors' works and maximizes research impact by organizing, preserving, and providing online open access to the intellectual, scholarly, and creative work produced by the Oakland University Community. OUR@Oakland is Oakland University's institutional repository maintained by the University Libraries.
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PARP-1 to the Rescue: A Biphasic Mechanism of UVB-Induced DNA Damage and Repair in Cultured Human Lens Epithelial Cells It has been shown that UVB light damages the DNA of cells; however, it has yet to be shown how this occurs in lens epithelial cells (LECs) found on the anterior surface of the eye’s lens. The purpose of this research project ...
Genre films are films that adhere to a specific set of rules in order to successfully represent a particular genre. These rules—formally known as film conventions—are patterns shared among each film within its genre. Through ...
This project examines themes of shame, isolation, and identity within in tradition of the Southern Gothic, drawing on texts from across the decades and the most recent feminist and progressive scholarship on the genre to ...
(2016-02)Strategic plan final report