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F. Andrew Ray, Ph.D.

Associate Professor,
Radiation Cancer Biology and Oncology

Office: 491 Molecular and Radiological Biosciences (MRB)
Office Phone: 970-491-5976
Email: fa.ray@colostate.edu

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Dr. Ray's PubMed Publications


Biography

Dr. Ray is interested in the mechanisms and processes of cellular transformation from normal to tumorigenicity.  He has studied this process using ‘spontaneous’, viral protein, and radiation models.


Degrees

Ph.D.: Cell Biology, The University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM: 1991

M.S.: Cell Physiology, The University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM: 1985

B.S.: Biology, Stetson University, Deland, FL: 1976


Selected Publications

P. M. Kraemer, G. L. Travis, F. A. Ray, and L. S. Cram,  Spontaneous Neoplastic Changes of Chinese Hamster Cells in Culture:  I Multistep Progression of Phenotype, Cancer Research 43, 4822-27 (1983).

L. S. Cram, M. F. Bartholdi, F. A. Ray, G. L. Travis, and P. M. Kraemer,  Spontaneous Neoplastic Changes of Chinese Hamster Cells in Culture: II Multistep Progression of Karyotype, Cancer Research 43, 4828-4837 (1983).

M. F. Bartholdi, F. A. Ray, L. S. Cram, and P. M. Kraemer,  Flow Karyology of Serially Cultured Chinese Hamster Cell Lineages, Cytometry, 5, 534-538 (1984).

F. A. Ray, M. F. Bartholdi, P. M. Kraemer, and L. S. Cram,  Chromosome Polymorphism Involving Heterochromatic Blocks in Chinese Hamster Number 9 Chromosome, Cytogenetics, & Cell Genetics, 38, 257-264, (1984).

F. A. Ray, M. F. Bartholdi, P. M. Kraemer and L. S. Cram, Spontaneous In Vitro Neoplastic Evolution:  Recurrent Chromosome Changes of Newly Immortalized Chinese Hamster Cells. Cancer Genetics and Cytogenetics 21,35-52 (1986).

P. M. Kraemer, F. A. Ray, A. R. Brothman, M. F. Bartholdi and L. S. Cram,  Spontaneous Immortalization Rate of Cultured Chinese Hamster Cells, JNCI, 76,703-709 (1986).

M.F. Bartholdi, F.A. Ray, L. S. Cram and P.M. Kraemer,  Karyotype Instability of Chinese Hamster Cells During Tumor Progression, Somatic Cell and Molecular Genetics 13,1-10 (1987).

P. M. Kraemer, F. A. Ray, M. F. Bartholdi, and L. S. Cram, Spontaneous In Vitro Neoplastic Evolution:  Selection of Specific Karyotypes in Chinese Hamster Cells, Cancer Genetics and Cytogenetics 27:273-287 (1987).

J. L. Longmire, A. K. Lewis, N. C. Brown, J. M. Buckingham, L. M. Clark, M. D. Jones, L. J. Meincke, J. Meyne, R. L. Ratliff, F. A. Ray, R. P. Wagner, and R. K. Moyzis,  Isolation and Molecular Characterization of a Highly Polymorphic Centromeres Tandem Repeat in the Family Falconidae,  Genomics 2:14-24 (1988).

L. S. Cram, M. F. Bartholdi, F. A. Ray, J. Meyne, R. K. Moyzis, T. Schwarzacher-Robinson, and P. M. Kraemer,  Overview of Flow Cytogenetics for Clinical Applications, Cytometry, 3:94-100 (1988).

F. A. Ray, D. S. Peabody, J. L. Cooper, L. S. Cram, and P. M. Kraemer,  SV40 T Antigen Alone Drives Karyotype Instability Which Precedes Neoplastic Transformation of Human Diploid Fibroblasts, Journal of Cellular Biochemistry, 42:13-31 (1990).

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