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March 2010

McNeal, David. W., W. G. Darling, J. Z. Ge, Kimberly. S. Stilwell-Morecraft, K. M. Solon, S. M. Hynes, M. A. Pizzimenti, D. L. Rotella, Tyler Vanadurongvan, and Robert. J. Morecraft.
Selective Long-Term Reorganization of the Corticospinal Projection from the Supplementary Motor Cortex Following Recovery from Lateral Motor Cortex Injury.
Journal of Comparative Neurology, 518 (2010): 586-621.

Brain injury affecting the frontal motor cortex or its descending axons often causes contralateral upper extremity paresis. Although recovery is variable, the underlying mechanisms supporting favorable motor recovery remain unclear. Because the medial wall of the cerebral hemisphere is often spared following brain injury and recent functional neuroimaging studies in patients indicate a potential role for this brain region in the recovery process, we investigated the long-term effects of isolated lateral frontal motor cortical injury on the corticospinal projection (CSP) from intact, ipsilesional supplementary motor cortex (M2). After injury to the arm region of the primary motor (M1) and lateral premotor (LPMC) cortices, upper extremity recovery is accompanied by terminal axon plasticity in the contralateral CSP but not the ipsilateral CSP from M2. Furthermore, significant contralateral plasticity occurs only in lamina VII and dorsally within lamina IX. Thus, selective intraspinal sprouting transpires in regions containing interneurons, flexor-related motor neurons, and motor neurons supplying intrinsic hand muscles, which all play important roles in mediating reaching and digit movements. After recovery, subsequent injury of M2 leads to reemergence of hand motor deficits. Considering the importance of the CSP in humans and the common occurrence of lateral frontal cortex injury, these findings suggest that spared supplementary motor cortex may serve as an important therapeutic target that should be considered when designing acute and long-term postinjury patient intervention strategies aimed to enhance the motor recovery process following lateral cortical trauma. J. Comp. Neurol. 518:586-621, 2010 (C) 2009 Wiley-Liss, Inc

Basic Biomedical Sciences, University of South Dakota, 414 E Clark Street, Vermillion, SD 57069, United States
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Flanagin, Andrew J., Flanagin, Craig, & Flanagin, Jon.
Technical code and the social construction of the internet.
New Media & Society, 12(2) (2010): 179-196.

Anthropology and Sociology Department, Retired Faculty Member
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Niemonen, Jack.
Public Sociology or Partisan Sociology? The Curious Case of Whiteness Studies.
American Sociologist, 41 (2010): 48-81.

Anthropology and Sociology Department
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Li, Yi-Fan, Lacroix, Carly, & Freeling, Jessica.
Cytisine induces autonomic cardiovascular responses via activations of different nicotinic receptors.
Autonomic Neuroscience: Basic & Clinical, 154(1/2) (2010): 14-19.

Basic Biomedical Sciences, Vermillion Campus
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Darling, W. G., Pizzimenti, M. A., Rotella, D. L., Peterson, C. R., Hynes, S. M., Ge, J. Z., et al.
Volumetric effects of motor cortex injury on recovery of dexterous movements.
Experimental Neurology, 222(1) (2010): 171.

Basic Biomedical Sciences.  Vermillion Campus
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Johnson, C. M., Manias, D. A., Haemig, H. A. H., Shokeen, Sonia., Weaver, Keith. E., Henkin, T. M., et al.
Direct Evidence for Control of the Pheromone-Inducible prgQ Operon of Enterococcus faecalis Plasmid pCF10 by a Countertranscript-Driven Attenuation Mechanism.
Journal of Bacteriology, 192(6) (2010): 1634-1642.

Basic Biomedical Sciences.  Vermillion Campus
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Luo, Jie, Deng, Ying, & Sun, Yuyu.
Antimicrobial Activity and Biocompatibility of Polyurethane-Iodine Complexes.<
Journal of Bioactive and Compatible Polymers, 25(2) (2010): 185-206.

Basic Biomedical Sciences.  Vermillion Campus
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Jones, Philip H., Britten, Hugh B., Hanson, David A., & Washburn, Leigh R.
MONITORING PLAGUE EPIZOOTICS IN BLACK-TAILED PRAIRIE DOG COLONIES WITH A SENSITIVE PCR-BASED PROTOCOL.
Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, 10(1) (2010): 96.

Biology Department
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Jones, Philip H., Wallace, L., & Britten, Hugh B.
LANDSCAPE GENETIC CONCORDANCE BETWEEN THE BLACK-TAILED PRAIRIE DOG AND ITS ASSOCIATED FLEA, OROPSYLLA HIRSUTA.
Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, 10(1) (20109): 96.

Biology Department
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Lenne, T., Garvey, C. J., Koster, Karen L., & Bryant, G.
Kinetics of the lamellar gel-fluid transition in phosphatidylcholine membranes in the presence of sugars.
Chemistry and Physics of Lipids, 163(2) (2010): 236-242.

Biology Department
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Ling, Travis J., Summers, Cliff H., Renner, Kenneth J., & Watt, Michael J.
Opponent recognition and social status differentiate rapid neuroendocrine responses to social challenge.
Physiology & Behavior, 99(5) (2010): 571-578.

Biology Department
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Olson, J. R., Cooper, S. J., Swanson, David L., Braun, M. J., & Williams, J. B.
The Relationship of Metabolic Performance and Distribution in Black-Capped and Carolina Chickadees.
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, 83 (2010): 263-275.

Biology Department
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Asaithambi, Asai.
Numerical solution of the one-dimensional time-independent Schrodinger’s equation by recursive evaluation of derivatives.
Applied Mathematics and Computation, 215(12) (2010): 4400-4405.

Computer Science Department
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Chen, D. G., & Lio, Y. L.
Parameter estimations for generalized exponential distribution under progressive type-I interval censoring.
Computational Statistics & Data Analysis, 54(6) (2010): 1581-1591.

Mathematics Department
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Lio, Y. L., Tsai, T. R., & Wu, S. J
Acceptance Sampling Plans from Truncated Life Tests Based on the Birnbaum-Saunders Distribution for Percentiles.
Communications in Statistics-Simulation and Computation, 39(1) (2010): 119-136.

Mathematics Department
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Gehman, V. M., Elliott, S. R., & Mei, Dongming M.
Systematic effects in pulse shape analysis of HPGe detector signals for.
Nuclear Instruments & Methods in Physics Research Section A, 615(1) (2010): 83-92.

Physics Department
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Mei, Dongming M.
Probing the Underground Science beyond the Standard Model with Ultra-Low Background Experiments at Sanford Lab/DUSEL.
Nuclear Physics A, 834(1-4) (2010): 809c-812c.

Physics Department
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Sun, Yongchen, Mei, Dongming, Spaans, Jason, & Keller, Christina.
Depletion of Ar for Liquid Argon detectors of Dark Matter Search.
Nuclear Physics A, 834(1-4) (2010): 813c-815c.

Physics Department
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Affonso, Dyanne D., Mayberry, Linda, Shibuya, June Y., Deliramich, Aimee N., Archambeau, Olga G., Correa, Mary, et al.
Cultural Context of School Communities in Rural Hawaii to Inform Youth Violence Prevention.
Journal of School Health, 80(3) (2010): 146-152.

Psychology Department
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Simons, Jeffrey S., Maisto, Stephen A., & Wray, Tyler B.
Sexual risk taking among young adult dual alcohol and marijuana users.
Addictive Behaviors, 35(5) (2010): 533-536.

Psychology Department
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Wang, X. T., & Dvorak, Robert. D.
Sweet Future: Fluctuating Blood Glucose Levels Affect Future Discounting.
Psychological Science, 21(2) (2010): 183-188.

Psychology Department
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Eid, Wael E., & Potalla, J. V.
VALUE OF HEMOGLOBIN A(1c) IN DIAGNOSING DIABETES MELLITUS WITHIN A CHRONIC DISEASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ILLUSTRATED BY THE RECEIVER OPERATING CHARACTERISTIC CURVE.
Endocrine Practice, 16(1) (2010): 14-20.

Sanford School of Medicine.  Sioux Falls Campus
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Harris, W.
Omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids: partners in prevention.
Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition and Metabolic Care, 13(2) (2010): 125-129.

Sanford School of Medicine.  Sioux Falls Campus
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Kennedy, W. K., Leloux, M., Kutscher, Eric C., Price, P. L., Morstad, A. E., & Carnahan, R. M.
Acamprosate.
Expert Opinion on Drug Metabolism & Toxicology, 6(3) (2010): 363-380.

Sanford School of Medicine.  Sioux Falls Campus
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Roth, E. M., & Harris, William S.
Fish Oil for Primary and Secondary Prevention of Coronary Heart Disease.
Current Atherosclerosis Reports, 12(1) (2010): 66-72.

Sanford School of Medicine.  Sioux Falls Campus
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Burn, Paul.
Type 1 diabetes.
Nature Reviews Drug Discovery, 9(3) (2010): 187-188.

Sanford School of Medicine.  Sioux Falls Campus
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Chen, D. G.
Incorporating historical control information into quantal bioassay with Bayesian approach.
Computational Statistics & Data Analysis, 54(6) (2010): 1646-1656.

Sanford School of Medicine.  Sioux Falls Campus
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Edwards, Oliver W., & Benson, Nicholas F.
A Four-Factor Social Support Model to Mediate Stressors Experienced by Children Raised by Grandparents.
Journal of Applied School Psychology, 26(1) (2010): 54-69.

School of Education
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Hulac, David M., & Benson, Nicholas.
The Use of Group Contingencies for Preventing and Managing Disruptive Behaviors.
Intervention in School & Clinic, 45(4) (2010): 257-262.

School of Education
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Reed, Kristine.
Multicultural Education for Rural Schools: Creating Relevancy in Rural America.
Rural Educator, 31(2) (2010): 15-20.

School of Education
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Benson, Nicholas, Hulac, David M., & Kranzler, John H.
Independent examination of the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale—Fourth Edition (WAIS-IV): What does the WAIS-IV measure?
Psychological Assessment, 22(1) (2010): 121-130.

School of Education
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