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Raman, V., Aryal, U. K., Hedrick, V., Mohallem Ferreira, R., Fuentes Lorenzo, J. L., Stashenko, E. E., Levy, M., Levy, M. M., Camarillo, I. G.  2018. Proteomic analysis reveals that an extract of the plant Lippia origanoides suppresses mitochondrial metabolism in triple-negative breast cancer cells. J Proteome Res. doi: 10.1021/acs.jproteome.8b00855

Raman, V., Fuentes Lorenzo, J.L., Stashenko, E.E., Levy, M., Levy, M.M., Camarillo, I.G. 2017. Lippia origanoides extract induces cell cycle arrest and apoptosis and suppresses NF-κB signaling in triple-negative breast cancer cells. Int J Oncol. 51:1801-1808.

Mittal, L., Raman, V., Camarillo, I.G., Sundararajan, R. 2017. Ultra-microsecond pulsed curcumin for effective treatment of triple negative breast cancers. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 491:1015-1020.

Lubecka, K., Kurzava L., Flower, K., Buvala, H., Zhang, H., Teegarden, D., Camarillo, I., Suderman, M., Kuang, S., Andrisani, O., Flanagan, J.M., Stefanska, B. 2016. Stilbenoids remodel the NDA methylation patterns in breast cancer cells and inhibit oncogenic NOTCH signaling through epigenetic regulation of MAML2 transcriptional activity. Carcinogenesis. 37-656-668.

Sundararajan, R., Raman, V., Camarillo, I.G. 2015. Combination electrochemotherapy: A possible solution for triple negative breast cancers. J Cancer Prev Curr Res. 3:00099

Chang, C.-C., Wu, M.-J., Yang, J.-Y., Camarillo, I.G., Chang, C.-J. 2015. Leptin-STAT3-G9a signaling promotes obesity-mediated breast cancer progression. Cancer Res. 75:2375-2386.

Camarillo, I., Clah, L., Zhengh, W., Zhou, X., Larrick, B., Blaize, N., Breslin, E., Patel, N., Johnson, D., Teegarden, D., Donkin, S.S., Gavin, T.P., Newcomer, S. 2014. Maternal exercise durning pregnancy reduces risk of mammary tumorigenesis in rat offspring. Eur J Cancer Prev. 23:502-505.

Siddiqui, R.A., Harvey, K.A., Walker, C., Altenburg, J., Xu, Z., Terry, C., Camarillo, I., Jones-Hall, Y., Mariash, C. 2013. Characterization of synergistic anti-cancer effects of docosahexaenoic acid and curcumin on DMBA-induced mammary tumorigenesis in mice. BMC Cancer. 13:418

Salameh, T.S., Le, T.T., Nichole, M.B., Bauer, E., Cheng, J., Camarillo, I.G. 2013. An ex vivo co-culture model system to evaluate stromal-epithelial interactions in breast cancer. Int J Cancer. 132:288-296.

Sundararajan, R., Xiao, F., Salameh, T., Reece, L.M., Leary, J.F, Otto, K., Camarillo, I.G., Campana, L.G. 2012. Effective proliferation control of human cancer cells using electrical pulses. IEEE Trans Dielectr Electr Insul.  19:2225-2236.

Perera, C.N., Chin, H.G., Duru, N., Camarillo, I.G. 2008. Leptin-regulated gene expression in MCF-7 breast cancer cells: mechanistic insights into leptin-regulated mammary tumor growth and progression. J Endocrinol. 199:221-233.

Camarillo, I.G., Nichols, M., Zheng, M.M., Sonnenburg, D., Sundararajan, R. 2008. Electro-endocrine combination therapy for aggressive breast tumors. Journal of Electrostatics. 66:99-106.

Perera, C.N., Spalding, H.S., Mohammed, S.I., Camarillo, I.G. 2008. Identification of proteins secreted from leptin stimulated MCF-7 breast cancer cells: a dual proteomic approach. Exp Biol Med (Maywood). 233:708-720.

Le, T.T., Rehrer, C.W., Huff, T.B., Nichols, M.B., Camarillo, I.G., Cheng, J.X. 2007. Nonlinear optical imaging to evaluate the impact of obesity on mammary gland and tumor stroma. Mol Imaging. 6:205-211.

Camarillo, I.G., Thordarson, G., Moffat, J.G., Van Horn, K.M., Binart, N., Kelly, P.A., Talamantes, F. 2001. Prolactin receptor expression in the epithelia and stroma of the rat mammary gland. J Endocrinol. 171:85-95.

Ilkbahar, Y.N., Thordarson, G., Camarillo, I.G., Talamantes, F. 1999. Differential expression of the growth hormone receptor and growth hormone-binding protein in epithelia and stroma of the mouse mammary gland at various physiological stages. J Endocrinol. 161:77-87.

Shyamala, G., Louie, S.G., Camarillo, I.G., Talamantes, F. 1999. The progesterone receptor and its isoforms in mammary development. Mol Genet Metab. 68:182-190.

Camarillo, I.G., Rillema, J.A. 1998. Changes in numbers of prolactin receptors during the cell cycle of Nb2 cells. J Endocrinol. 159:R1-4.

Camarillo, I.G., Thordarson, G., Ilkbahar, Y.N., Talamantes, F. 1998. Development of a homologous radioimmunoassay for mouse growth hormone receptor. Endocrinology. 139:3585-3589.

Camarillo, I.G., Linebaugh, B.E., Rillema, J.A. 1997. Differential tyrosyl-phosphorylation of multiple mitogen-activated protein kinase isoforms in response to prolactin in Nb2 lymphoma cells. Proc Soc Exp Biol Med. 215:198-202.

Camarillo, I.G., Rillema, J.A. 1997. Lovastatin inhibits prolactin-induced Nb2 cell mitogenesis and milk product synthesis in mouse mammary gland explants. Proc Soc Exp Biol Med. 216:98-103.

Book Section

Camarillo, I.G., Xiao, F., Madhivanan, S., Salameh, T., Nichols, M., Reece, L.M., Leary, J.F., Otto, K., Natarajan, A., Ramesh, A., Sundararajan, R. 2014. Low and high votage electrochemotherapy for breast cancer: an in vitro model study. In: Electropration-Based Therapies for Cancer: From Basics to Clinical Applications, Sundararajan, R., Ed., Chapter 4, pp. 55-102.

Harper, J., Xiao, F., Venkatraman, G., Camarillo, I.G., Sundararajan, R. 2014. Low voltage nanosecond electroporation for breast cancer treatment: an in vitro study. In: Electroporation-Based Therapies for Cancer: From Basics to Clinical Applications, Sundararajan, R., Ed. Chapter 8, pp. 185-198.

Sundararajan, R., Salameh, T., Camarillo, I.G., Prabu, R.R., Natarajan, A., Sankaranarayanan, K. 2014. Irreversible electroporation: a drug-free cancer treatment. In: Electroporation-Based Therapies for Cancer: From Basics to Clinical Applications, Sundarararajan, R., Ed. Chapter 10, pp. 219-243.


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