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INDIGO collects, disseminates, and provides persistent and reliable access to the research and scholarship of faculty, staff, and students at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Faculty, staff, and graduate students can deposit their research and scholarship - unpublished and, in many cases, published - directly into INDIGO. Departments can use INDIGO to distribute their working papers, technical reports, or other research material. Contact us for more information (email@example.com).
The University Library supports publishing and scholarly communication through this repository and through our journal publishing platform Journals@UIC. These are part of the library's efforts to support eScholarship@UIC.
All theses and dissertations deposited from Fall 2011 onward are available in INDIGO.
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(2018-07-25)Chronic conditions have emerged as the primary cause of morbidity and mortality in the United States, and the prevalence of individuals contending with multiple chronic conditions, the co-occurrence of two or more chronic ...
(American Physical Society, 2018-09)In the development of drug delivery technologies for treating complex diseases, encapsulating multiple compounds and manipulating their sustained-release kinetics independently (for optimal therapeutic effect) can be ...
(Wiley, 2018-11)Despite surviving extreme forms of violence, torture, and other traumas during the Khmer Rouge genocide and forced migration, Cambodian Americans experience devastating health inequities and barriers to health access in ...
Interregional Inventor Collaboration and the Commercial Value of Patented Inventions: Evidence from the U.S. Biotechnology Industry (Springer Verlag, 2018-09)This paper analyzes the relative importance of the spatiality of inventor collaboration links for the quality of invention. It uses patent citation and renewal data to estimate (expected) economic values for a sample of ...
DDB2 regulates Epithelial-to-Mesenchymal Transition (EMT) in Oral/Head and Neck Squamous Cell Carcinoma (Impact Journals, 2018-10-05)DDB2 is a sensor of DNA damage and it plays an important role in Global Genomic Repair (GG-NER). Our previous studies show that DDB2 is involved in the regulation of metastasis in colon adenocarcinoma. Squamous Cell ...