Metal oxide nanomaterials in blood plasma

Great news! We have a manuscript that has just been accepted for peer-reviewed publication: "Assessment of the toxic potential of engineered metal oxide nanomaterials using an acellular model: citrated rat blood plasma." The manuscript has been accepted only 8 days after submitting to the journal Toxicology Mechanisms and Methods, and with no revisions requested. We expect the … Continue reading Metal oxide nanomaterials in blood plasma

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New publication accepted and online

Our new publication, entitled "Zinc oxide nanoparticles trigger cardiorespiratory stress and reduce aerobic scope in the white sucker, Catostomus commersonii," was recently accepted for publication at the journal NanoImpact and is now available online as an accepted manuscript. The data and conclusions presented in this article are a continuation of our work investigating the exposure of bottom-feeding fish to environmentally-relevant … Continue reading New publication accepted and online

“Cerium oxide nanoparticles exhibit minimal cardiac and cytotoxicity…” is in press at CBPC

Great news! A recently-submitted manuscript entitled "Cerium oxide nanoparticles exhibit minimal cardiac and cytotoxicity in the freshwater fish Catostomus commersonii" has been accepted for peer-reviewed publication, and is currently in press at the Elsevier journal, Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part C: Toxicology & Pharmacology. The study was carried out by members of the MacCormack Lab and Dieni Research Group, and … Continue reading “Cerium oxide nanoparticles exhibit minimal cardiac and cytotoxicity…” is in press at CBPC

Alumnus Neal Callaghan wins Mount Allison’s only 2015-2016 NSERC CGS-M

Dieni Research Group alumnus Neal Callaghan (BSc Hons Biochem '14) has just won a Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council Canada Graduate Scholarship-Master's Program (NSERC CGS-M) to fund his research and studies over the 2015-2016 academic year. The highly-competitive evaluation process assesses candidates based on their academic excellence, research potential, and personal characteristics and interpersonal skills. … Continue reading Alumnus Neal Callaghan wins Mount Allison’s only 2015-2016 NSERC CGS-M

“Cardiorespiratory toxicity of environmentally relevant zinc oxide nanoparticles…” is now available online

Following the recent acceptance of our manuscript by the journal Nanotoxicology, our publication has been formatted and is now available online at the journal's website. The article can be reached here: http://dx.doi.org/10.3109/17435390.2014.982737. A personal or institutional subscription is required to view the article in its entirety. The full title, authors, and abstract for the publication are as follows: … Continue reading “Cardiorespiratory toxicity of environmentally relevant zinc oxide nanoparticles…” is now available online

Manuscript receives final acceptance for publication in Nanotoxicology

A new manuscript entitled "Cardiorespiratory toxicity of environmentally relevant zinc oxide nanoparticles in the freshwater fish Catostomus commersonii" has received final acceptance for publication in the journal Nanotoxicology. The study included contributions by Chris and Dieni Research Group alumnus Neal Callaghan. The work was spearheaded by honours students of Dr. Tyson MacCormack- Robin Bessember, Kathryn Butler, … Continue reading Manuscript receives final acceptance for publication in Nanotoxicology

“Protein kinase C in the wood frog…” is now live at PeerJ

Our most recently-published paper, "Protein kinase C in the wood frog, Rana sylvatica: reassessing the the tissue-specific regulation of PKC isozymes during freezing" is now live at PeerJ. Our paper can be reached via this direct link: http://dx.doi.org/10.7717/peerj.558 Because PeerJ is an Open Access journal, we also have a free PDF available right here. https://twitter.com/thePeerJ/status/507907027163561984 https://twitter.com/thePeerJ/status/507449913303896064

Now accepted for publication: “Protein kinase C in the wood frog, Rana sylvatica: reassessing the tissue-specific regulation of PKC isozymes during freezing”

It's been a lengthy process requiring several rounds of revisions, but we're pleased to announce that "Protein kinase C in the wood frog, Rana sylvatica: reassessing the tissue-specific regulation of PKC isozymes during freezing" has been accepted for publication in the journal PeerJ. The publication stems from work that Chris completed as a graduate student in … Continue reading Now accepted for publication: “Protein kinase C in the wood frog, Rana sylvatica: reassessing the tissue-specific regulation of PKC isozymes during freezing”