Brenda Alston-Mills

Animal Science

Works (16)

2015 | journal article

Effect of serum cotinine on vitamin D serum concentrations among American females with different ethnic backgrounds

Anticancer Research, 35(2), 1211–1218.

By: K. Manavi, B. Alston-Mills, M. Thompson & J. Allen

Source: NC State University Libraries

2011 | journal article

Modulation of mammary gland development in pre-pubertal mice as affected by soya and milk protein supplements

British Journal of Nutrition, 106(4), 502–509.

By: B. Alston-Mills, J. Lepri & C. Martin

Source: NC State University Libraries

2011 | journal article

The dietary compounds resveratrol and genistein induce activating transcription factor 3 while suppressing inhibitor of DNA binding/differentiation-1

Journal of Medicinal Food, 14(6), 584–593.

By: F. Bottone & B. Alston-Mills

Source: NC State University Libraries

2007 | journal article

Research ethics education: beyond RCR training

FCTL Newsletter, 2, 1–4.

By: G. Comstock, B. Alston-Mills & C. Grant

Source: NC State University Libraries

2006 | journal article

Determination of membrane lipid differences in insulin resistant diabetes mellitus type 2 in whites and blacks

Nutrition, 22(11-12), 1096–1102.

By: H. Allen, J. Allen, L. Boyd, B. Alston-Mills & G. Fenner

Source: NC State University Libraries

2006 | journal article

beta-lactoglobulin as a potential modulator of intestinal activity and morphology in neonatal piglets

Anatomical Record, 288A(6), 601–608.

By: L. Sutton & B. Alston-Mills

Source: NC State University Libraries

2019 | journal article

Transcriptional regulation of activating transcription factor 3 involves the early growth response-1 gene

Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, 315(2), 668–677.

By: F. Bottone, Y. Moon, B. Alston-Mills & T. Eling

Source: NC State University Libraries

2019 | journal article

The anti-invasive activity of cyclooxygenase inhibitors is regulated by the transcription factor ATF3 (activating transcription factor 3)

Molecular Cancer Therapeutics, 4(5), 693–703.

By: F. Bottone, Y. Moon, J. Kim, B. Alston-Mills, M. Ishibashi & T. Eling

Source: NC State University Libraries

2019 | journal article

Estrogen response element and the promoter context of the human and mouse lactoferrin genes influence estrogen receptor alpha-mediated transactivation activity in mammary gland cells

Journal of Molecular Endocrinology, 33(2), 315–334.

By: K. Stokes, B. Alston-Mills & C. Teng

Source: NC State University Libraries

2004 | journal article

Gene modulation by Cox-1 and Cox-2 specific inhibitors in human colorectal carcinoma cancer cells

Carcinogenesis, 25(3), 349–357.

By: F. Bottone, J. Martinez, B. Alston-Mills & T. Eling

Source: NC State University Libraries

2003 | journal article

Can anthropometric measurements and diet analysis serve as useful tools to determine risk factors for insulin-resistant diabetes type 2 among white and black Americans?

Nutrition, 19(7-8), 584–588.

By: H. Allen, J. Allen, L. Boyd & B. Alston-Mills

Source: NC State University Libraries

2000 | journal article

A comparison of the composition of milks from Meishan and crossbred pigs

Livestock Production Science, 63(1), 85–91.

By: B. Alston-Mills, S. Iverson & M. Thompson

Source: NC State University Libraries

1999 | journal article

Factors influencing maternal behavior in the hubb/hubb mutant mouse

Physiology & Behavior, 68(1-2), 3–8.

By: B. Alston-Mills, A. Parker, E. Eisen, R. Wilson & S. Fletcher

Source: NC State University Libraries

1998 | personal communication

Alpha-lactalbumin as a modulator of mammary cellular activity

Alston-Mills, B., Hepler, C. D., Sternhagen, L., Allen, J. C., & Meshaw, K. A. (1998, November 1). In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology. Animal.

By: B. Alston-Mills, C. Hepler, L. Sternhagen, J. Allen & K. Meshaw

Source: NC State University Libraries

1997 | journal article

Effects of whey-milk proteins on Caco-2 and HT-29 intestinal cell lines

Livestock Production Science, 50(1), 147.

By: B. Alston-Mills, J. Allen, L. Sternhagen & C. Hepler

Source: NC State University Libraries

1996 | journal article

A theoretical approach to possible biological functions of the milk-whey proteins, alpha-lactalbumin and beta-lactoglobulin

Comments on Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 3(3), 175.

By: B. Alston-Mills & M. Thompson

Source: NC State University Libraries