Sanford Barsky, M.D.

University of Nevada, Reno
email: none

Grants

A Study of the Molecular Heterogeneity of LCIS 2000 (Cycle VI)
IDEAS II 6JB-0044 $150,000
A New Model for Inflammatory Breast Carcinoma 1999 (Cycle V)
IDEAS II 5JB-0104 $200,000


Cooperative role of E-cadherin and sialyl-Lewis X/A-deficient MUC1 in the passive dissemination of tumor emboli in inflammatory breast carcinoma
  Periodical: Oncogene
  Author(s): Alpaugh ML, Tomlinson JS, Kasraeian S, Barsky SH
  Yr: 2002 Vol: 21 Nbr: 22 Pgs: 3631-43
  Associated Grant: A New Model for Inflammatory Breast Carcinoma
 
Reversible model of spheroid formation allows for high efficiency of gene delivery ex vivo and accurate gene assessment in vivo
  Periodical: Human Gene Therapy
  Author(s): Alpaugh ML, Barsky SH
  Yr: 2002 Vol: 13 Nbr: 10 Pgs: 1245-58
  Associated Grant: A New Model for Inflammatory Breast Carcinoma
 
Relationship of sialyl-Lewis(x/a) underexpression and E-cadherin overexpression in the lymphovascular embolus of inflammatory breast carcinoma
  Periodical: American Journal of Pathology
  Author(s): Alpaugh ML, Tomlinson JS, Ye Y, Barsky SH
  Yr: 2002 Vol: 161 Nbr: 2 Pgs: 619-28
  Associated Grant: A New Model for Inflammatory Breast Carcinoma
 
An intact overexpressed E-cadherin/alpha,beta-catenin axis characterizes the lymphovascular emboli of inflammatory breast carcinoma
  Periodical: Cancer Research
  Author(s): Tomlinson JS, Alpaugh ML, Barsky SH
  Yr: 2001 Vol: 61 Nbr: 13 Pgs: 5231-41
  Associated Grant: A New Model for Inflammatory Breast Carcinoma
 
A novel human xenograft model of inflammatory breast cancer
  Periodical: Cancer Research
  Author(s): Alpaugh ML, Tomlinson JS, Shao ZM, Barsky SH
  Yr: 1999 Vol: 59 Nbr: 20 Pgs: 5079-84
  Associated Grant: A New Model for Inflammatory Breast Carcinoma
 
Should LCIS be regarded as a heterogeneous disease?
  Periodical: Breast Journal
  Author(s): Barsky SH, Bose S
  Yr: 1999 Vol: 5 Nbr: 6 Pgs: 407-412
  Associated Grant: A Study of the Molecular Heterogeneity of LCIS