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    1. Whitney, JD; Ling, Q; Miller, WM; Wheaton, TA
      A DGPS yield monitoring system for Florida citrus

      APPLIED ENGINEERING IN AGRICULTURE
    2. Whitney, JD; Ling, Q; Wheaton, TA; Miller, WM
      A citrus harvesting labor tracking and yield mapping system

      APPLIED ENGINEERING IN AGRICULTURE
    3. Mostafa, SS; Papoutsakis, ET; Miller, WM
      Oxygen tension modulates the expression of cytokine receptors, transcription factors, and lineage-specific markers in cultured human megakaryocytes

      EXPERIMENTAL HEMATOLOGY
    4. Gentry, TS; Braddock, RJ; Miller, WM; Sims, CA; Gregory, JF
      Volatile organic compounds from citrus feed mill emissions

      JOURNAL OF FOOD PROCESS ENGINEERING
    5. Yang, H; Papoutsakis, ET; Miller, WM
      Model-based estimation of myeloid hematopoietic progenitor cells in ex vivo cultures for cell and gene therapies

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    6. Chow, DC; Wenning, LA; Miller, WM; Papoutsakis, ET
      Modeling pO(2) distributions in the bone marrow hematopoietic compartment.I. Krogh's model

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    7. Chow, DC; Wenning, LA; Miller, WM; Papoutsakis, ET
      Modeling pO(2) distributions in the bone marrow hematopoietic compartment.II. Modified Kroghian models

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    8. Miller, WM; Schoenfeld, R
      Untitled

      BIOTECHNOLOGY PROGRESS
    9. Patel, SD; Papoutsakis, ET; Winter, JN; Miller, WM
      The lactate issue revisited: Novel feeding protocols to examine inhibitionof cell proliferation and glucose metabolism in hematopoietic cell cultures

      BIOTECHNOLOGY PROGRESS
    10. Patel, SD; Guo, R; Miller, WM; Papoutsakis, ET; Minister, NI; Baum, CM; Winter, JN
      Clinical-scale production of granulocyte progenitor and post-progenitor cells using daniplestim, leridistim, Progenipoietin, Promegapoietin and autologous plasma. (vol 2, pg 85, 2000)

      CYTOTHERAPY
    11. Patel, SD; Miller, WM; Winter, JN; Papoutsakis, ET
      Cell density-dependent proliferation in frequently-fed peripheral blood mononuclear cell cultures

      CYTOTHERAPY
    12. Patel, SD; Guo, R; Miller, WM; Papoutsakis, ET; Minster, NI; Baum, CM; Winter, JN
      Clinical-scale production of granulocyte progenitor and post-progenitor cells using daniplestim, leridistim, Progenipoietin, Promegapoietin and autologous plasma

      CYTOTHERAPY
    13. Sigler, PB; Stein, GS; Boskey, AL; Jones, ND; Kuriyan, J; Miller, WM; Shuler, ML; Wang, BC
      Cell science and protein crystal growth research for the international space station

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    14. Hevehan, DL; Wenning, LA; Miller, WM; Papoutsakis, TE
      Dynamic model of ex vivo granulocytic kinetics to examine the effects of oxygen tension, pH, and interleukin-3

      EXPERIMENTAL HEMATOLOGY
    15. Hevehan, DL; Papoutsakis, ET; Miller, WM
      Physiologically significant effects of pH and oxygen tension on granulopoiesis

      EXPERIMENTAL HEMATOLOGY
    16. Mostafa, SS; Miller, WM; Papoutsakis, ET
      Oxygen tension influences the differentiation, maturation and apoptosis ofhuman megakaryocytes

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF HAEMATOLOGY
    17. deZengotita, VM; Miller, WM; Aunins, JG; Zhou, WC
      Phosphate feeding improves high-cell-concentration NS0 myeloma culture performance for monoclonal antibody production

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    18. Miller, WM; Blanch, HW; Wilke, CR
      A kinetic analysis of hybridoma growth and metabolism in batch and continuous suspension culture: Effect of nutrient concentration, dilution rate, and pH (Reprinted from Biotechnology and Bioengineering, vol 32, pg 947-965, 1988)

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    19. Schmelzer, AE; deZengotita, VM; Miller, WM
      Considerations for osmolality measurement under elevated pCO(2): Comparison of vapor pressure and freezing point osmometry

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    20. Kimura, R; Miller, WM
      Glycosylation of cho-derived recombinant tPA produced under elevated pCO(2) (vol 13, pg 311, 1997)

      BIOTECHNOLOGY PROGRESS
    21. Wilbur, DC; Prey, MU; Miller, WM; Pawlick, GF; Colgan, TJ; Taylor, DD
      AutoPap system detection of infections and benign cellular changes: Results from primary screener clinical trials

      DIAGNOSTIC CYTOPATHOLOGY
    22. Guo, M; Miller, WM; Papoutsakis, ET; Patel, S; James, C; Goolsby, C; Winter, JN
      Ex-vivo expansion of CFU-GM and BFU-E in unselected PBMC cultures with Flt3L is enhanced by autologous plasma

      CYTOTHERAPY
    23. Collins, PC; Patel, SD; Papoutsakis, ET; Miller, WM
      Nuclei-size distributions as predictive tools of hematopoietic cell proliferation

      CYTOTHERAPY
    24. Miller, WM; Whitney, JD
      Evaluation of weighing systems for citrus yield monitoring

      APPLIED ENGINEERING IN AGRICULTURE
    25. Whitney, JD; Miller, WM; Wheaton, TA; Salyani, M; Schueller, JK
      Precision farming applications in Florida citrus

      APPLIED ENGINEERING IN AGRICULTURE
    26. Schueller, JK; Whitney, JD; Wheaton, TA; Miller, WM; Turner, AE
      Low-cost automatic yield mapping in hand-harvested citrus

      COMPUTERS AND ELECTRONICS IN AGRICULTURE
    27. Tanner, DM; Miller, WM; Peterson, KA; Dugger, MT; Eaton, WP; Irwin, LW; Senft, DC; Smith, NF; Tangyunyong, P; Miller, SL
      Frequency dependence of the lifetime of a surface micromachined microengine driving a load

      MICROELECTRONICS RELIABILITY
    28. Echeverria, E; Burns, JK; Miller, WM
      Fruit temperature and maturity affect development of blossom end clearing in grapefruit

      HORTSCIENCE
    29. Wilbur, DC; Prey, MU; Miller, WM; Pawlick, GF; Colgan, TJ; Taylor, DD
      Detection of high grade squamous intraepithelial lesions and tumors using the AutoPap System - Results of a primary screening clinical trial

      CANCER CYTOPATHOLOGY
    30. Zanghi, JA; Schmelzer, AE; Mendoza, TP; Knop, RH; Miller, WM
      Bicarbonate concentration and osmolality are key determinants in the inhibition of CHO cell polysialylation under elevated pCO(2) or pH

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    31. Kimura, R; Miller, WM
      Effects of elevated pCO(2) and/or osmolality on the growth and recombinanttPA production of CHO cells (vol 52, pg 152, 1996)

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    32. Mostafa, SS; Hevehan, DL; McAdams, TA; Papoutsakis, ET; Miller, WM
      Hematopoietic cells for cellular and gene therapy I. Basic assay techniques

      ANIMAL CELL BIOTECHNOLOGY
    33. McAdams, TA; Papoutsakis, ET; Miller, WM
      Hematopoietic cells for cellular and gene therapy II. Expansion protocols

      ANIMAL CELL BIOTECHNOLOGY
    34. COLLINS PC; NIELSEN LK; PATEL SD; PAPOUTSAKIS ET; MILLER WM
      CHARACTERIZATION OF HEMATOPOIETIC-CELL EXPANSION, OXYGEN-UPTAKE, AND GLYCOLYSIS IN A CONTROLLED, STIRRED-TANK BIOREACTOR SYSTEM

      Biotechnology progress
    35. Zanghi, JA; Mendoza, TP; Schmelzer, AE; Knop, RH; Miller, WM
      Role of nucleotide sugar pools in the inhibition of NCAM polysialylation by ammonia

      BIOTECHNOLOGY PROGRESS
    36. Horner, M; Miller, WM; Ottino, JM; Papoutsakis, ET
      Transport in a grooved perfusion flat-bed bioreactor for cell therapy applications

      BIOTECHNOLOGY PROGRESS
    37. MILLER WM; THROOP JA; UPCHURCH BL
      PATTERN-RECOGNITION MODELS FOR SPECTRAL REFLECTANCE EVALUATION OF APPLE BLEMISHES

      Postharvest biology and technology
    38. Nielsen, LK; Bender, JG; Miller, WM; Papoutsakis, ET
      Population balance model of in vivo neutrophil formation following bone marrow rescue therapy

      CYTOTECHNOLOGY
    39. deZengotita, VM; Kimura, R; Miller, WM
      Effects of CO2 and osmolality on hybridoma cells: growth, metabolism and monoclonal antibody production

      CYTOTECHNOLOGY
    40. LAIUPPA JA; PAPOUTSAKIS ET; MILLER WM
      OXYGEN-TENSION ALTERS THE EFFECTS OF CYTOKINES ON THE MEGAKARYOCYTE, ERYTHROCYTE, AND GRANULOCYTE LINEAGES

      Experimental hematology
    41. ZANGHI JA; MENDOZA TP; KNOP RH; MILLER WM
      AMMONIA INHIBITS NEURAL CELL-ADHESION MOLECULE POLYSIALYLATION IN CHINESE-HAMSTER OVARY AND SMALL-CELL LUNG-CANCER CELLS

      Journal of cellular physiology
    42. NIELSEN LK; PAPOUTSAKIS ET; MILLER WM
      MODELING EX-VIVO HEMATOPOIESIS USING CHEMICAL-ENGINEERING METAPHORS

      Chemical Engineering Science
    43. MCADAMS TA; MILLER WM; PAPOUTSAKIS ET
      PH IS A POTENT MODULATOR OF ERYTHROID-DIFFERENTIATION

      British Journal of Haematology
    44. COLLINS PC; MILLER WM; PAPOUTSAKIS ET
      STIRRED CULTURE OF PERIPHERAL AND CORD-BLOOD HEMATOPOIETIC-CELLS OFFERS ADVANTAGES OVER TRADITIONAL STATIC SYSTEMS FOR CLINICALLY RELEVANT APPLICATIONS

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    45. WILBUR DC; PREY MU; MILLER WM; PAWLICK GF; COLGAN TJ
      THE AUTOPAP SYSTEM FOR PRIMARY SCREENING IN CERVICAL CYTOLOGY - COMPARING THE RESULTS OF A PROSPECTIVE, INTENDED-USE STUDY WITH ROUTINE MANUAL PRACTICE

      Acta cytologica
    46. KIMURA R; MILLER WM
      GLYCOSYLATION OF CHO-DERIVED RECOMBINANT TPA PRODUCED UNDER ELEVATED PCO(2)

      Biotechnology progress
    47. LAIUPPA JA; PAPOUTSAKIS ET; MILLER WM
      EVALUATION OF CYTOKINES FOR EXPANSION OF THE MEGAKARYOCYTE AND GRANULOCYTE LINEAGES

      Stem cells
    48. REDDY VN; MILLER WM; MAVROVOUNIOTIS ML
      INVERSE-SIGNAL ANALYSIS WITH PCA

      Chemometrics and intelligent laboratory systems
    49. LAIUPPA JA; MCADAMS TA; PAPOUTSAKIS ET; MILLER WM
      CULTURE MATERIALS AFFECT EX-VIVO EXPANSION OF HEMATOPOIETIC PROGENITOR CELLS

      Journal of biomedical materials research
    50. MCADAMS TA; MILLER WM; PAPOUTSAKIS ET
      VARIATIONS IN CULTURE PH AFFECT THE CLONING EFFICIENCY AND DIFFERENTIATION OF PROGENITOR CELLS IN EX-VIVO HEMATOPOIESIS

      British Journal of Haematology
    51. GUO M; MILLER WM; PAPOUTSAKIS ET; GOOLSBY C; JAMES C; WINTER JN
      EFFECTS OF AUTOLOGOUS PLASMA ON EX-VIVO EXPANSION OF UNSELECTED MOBILIZED PERIPHERAL-BLOOD PROGENITOR CELLS (PBPC) IN STROMA-FREE CULTURES IN THE PRESENCE OF FLT3L, PIXY321, G-CSF AND GM-CSF

      Blood
    52. MOSTAFA S; LIU J; COLLINS PC; NIELSEN LK; MILLER WM; PAPOUTSAKIS ET
      EX-VIVO EXPANSION OF APHERESIS PRODUCTS - DO ACCESSORY CELLS SUPPORT THE EXPANSION PROCESS

      Blood
    53. COLLINS PC; NIELSEN LK; WONG CK; PAPOUTSAKIS ET; MILLER WM
      REAL-TIME METHOD FOR DETERMINING THE COLONY-FORMING CELL CONTENT OF HUMAN HEMATOPOIETIC-CELL CULTURES

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    54. LAIUPPA JA; PAPOUTSAKIS ET; MILLER WM
      OXYGEN-TENSION AFFECTS EX-VIVO EXPANSION OF MEGAKARYOCYTES (MK), GRANULOCYTES, AND ERYTHROCYTES IN CULTURES CONTAINING TPO, G-CSF, AND EPO

      Experimental hematology
    55. MCADAMS TA; MILLER WM; PAPOUTSAKIS ET
      HEMATOPOIETIC-CELL CULTURE THERAPIES .2. CELL-CULTURE CONSIDERATIONS

      Trends in biotechnology
    56. MCADAMS TA; WINTER JN; MILLER WM; PAPOUTSAKIS ET
      HEMATOPOIETIC-CELL CULTURE THERAPIES .2. CLINICAL ASPECTS AND APPLICATIONS

      Trends in biotechnology
    57. NIELSEN LK; MILLER WM; PAPOUTSAKIS ET
      MODEL-BASED ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECT OF TGF-BETA-1 ON ERYTHROPOIESIS

      Blood
    58. MCADAMS TA; MILLER WM; PAPOUTSAKIS ET
      LINEAGE DISTRIBUTION OF EX-VIVO HEMATOPOIETIC CULTURES IS SUBSTANTIALLY INFLUENCED BY SMALL CHANGES IN CULTURE PH

      Blood
    59. COLLINS PC; PAPOUTSAKIS ET; MILLER WM
      GLUCOSE AND LACTATE METABOLIC RATES PREDICT NUMBERS OF COLONY-FORMINGCELLS IN HEMATOPOIETIC CULTURE

      Blood
    60. GUO M; MILLER WM; PAPOUTSAKIS ET; WINTER JN
      EFFECTS OF SEEDING DENSITY, AUTOLOGOUS PLASMA AND CYTOKINE COMBINATION ON EX-VIVO EXPANSION (EVE) OF PERIPHERAL-BLOOD PROGENITOR CELLS (PBPC) IN UNSELECTED SERUM-FREE AND STROMA-FREE CULTURES

      Blood
    61. KIMURA R; MILLER WM
      EFFECTS OF ELEVATED PCO(2) AND OR OSMOLALITY ON THE GROWTH AND RECOMBINANT TPA PRODUCTION OF CHO CELLS/

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    62. MILLER WM; PESHWA MV
      TISSUE ENGINEERING, BIOARTIFICIAL ORGANS, AND CELL THERAPIES .2. PREFACE

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    63. SANDSTROM CE; BENDER JG; MILLER WM; PAPOUTSAKIS ET
      DEVELOPMENT OF NOVEL PERFUSION CHAMBER TO RETAIN NONADHERENT CELLS AND ITS USE FOR COMPARISON OF HUMAN MOBILIZED PERIPHERAL-BLOOD MONONUCLEAR CELL-CULTURES WITH AND WITHOUT IRRADIATED BONE-MARROW STROMA

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    64. PASTERNAK AS; MILLER WM
      MEASUREMENT OF TRANS-EPITHELIAL ELECTRICAL-RESISTANCE IN PERFUSION - POTENTIAL APPLICATION FOR IN-VITRO OCULAR TOXICITY TESTING

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    65. MILLER WM; PESHWA MV
      TISSUE ENGINEERING, BIOARTIFICIAL ORGANS, AND CELL THERAPIES .1. PREFACE

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    66. GRAMMATIKOS S; HARVEY MJ; SUBBAIAH PV; VICTOR TA; MILLER WM
      LOSS OF FATTY-ACID DELTA(6) DESATURATING ABILITY IN HUMAN MAMMARY EPITHELIAL-CELLS THAT EXPRESS AN ACTIVATED C-HA-RAS ONCOGENE

      International journal of oncology
    67. MCADAMS TA; SANDSTROM CE; MILLER WM; BENDER JG; PAPOUTSAKIS ET
      EX-VIVO EXPANSION OF PRIMITIVE HEMATOPOIETIC-CELLS FOR CELLULAR THERAPIES - AN OVERVIEW

      Cytotechnology
    68. MILLER WM; NAJJAR WA; BOHM APW
      EXPLOITING DATA STRUCTURE LOCALITY IN THE DATA-FLOW MODEL

      Journal of parallel and distributed computing
    69. PASTERNAK AS; MILLER WM
      FIRST-ORDER TOXICITY ASSAYS FOR EYE IRRITATION USING CELL-LINES - PARAMETERS THAT AFFECT IN-VITRO EVALUATION

      Fundamental and applied toxicology
    70. MILLER WM
      LATCH USES 555 IN MEMORY MODE

      Electronic design
    71. MILLER WM
      3-TONE OSCILLATOR

      Electronic design
    72. SANDSTROM CE; BENDER JG; PAPOUTSAKIS ET; MILLER WM
      EFFECTS OF CD34(-VIVO EXPANSION OF PERIPHERAL-BLOOD MONONUCLEAR-CELLS() CELL SELECTION AND PERFUSION ON EX)

      Blood
    73. LAIUPPA JA; MCADAMS TA; MILLER WM; PAPOUTSAKIS ET
      POLYMER AND METAL SUBSTRATES AFFECT THE EX-VIVO EXPANSION OF CD34(+) CELLS

      Blood
    74. COLLINS PC; MILLER WM; PAPOUTSAKIS ET
      SEEDING DENSITY AFFECTS PROLIFERATION, DIFFERENTIATION, AND METABOLICPATTERNS OF PERIPHERAL-BLOOD MONONUCLEAR CELL-CULTURES

      Blood
    75. MCADAMS TA; PAPOUTSAKIS ET; MILLER WM
      CULTURE PH INFLUENCES ERYTHROID PROLIFERATION AND DIFFERENTIATION

      Blood
    76. LAIUPPA IA; PAPOUTSAKIS ET; MILLER WM
      EVALUATION OF CYTOKINE COMBINATIONS FOR EX-VIVO EXPANSION OF MYELOID PROGENITORS AND MEGAKARYOCYTES

      Blood
    77. LALUPPA JA; MILLER WM; PAPOUTSAKIS ET
      THE EFFECT OF OXYGEN-TENSION AND CYTOKINES ON MEGAKARYOCYTOPOIESIS AND ERYTHROPOIESIS

      Blood
    78. REDDY S; MILLER WM
      EFFECTS OF ABRUPT AND GRADUAL OSMOTIC-STRESS ON ANTIBODY-PRODUCTION AND CONTENT IN HYBRIDOMA CELLS THAT DIFFER IN PRODUCTION KINETICS

      Biotechnology progress
    79. GRAMMATIKOS SI; SUBBAIAH PV; VICTOR TA; MILLER WM
      DIVERSE EFFECTS OF ESSENTIAL (N-6 AND N-3) FATTY-ACIDS ON CULTURED-CELLS

      Cytotechnology
    80. PEDERSON NV; ZANGHI JA; MILLER WM; KNOP RH
      DISCRIMINATION OF FLUORINATED URIDINE METABOLITES IN N-417 SMALL-CELLLUNG-CANCER CELL-EXTRACTS VIA F-19- AND P-31-NMR

      Magnetic resonance in medicine
    81. PAPOUTSAKIS ET; KOLLER MR; SANDSTROM CE; MILLER WM; BENDER JG
      EX-VIVO EXPANSION OF PRIMITIVE HEMATOPOIETIC-CELLS UNDER PERFUSION CONDITIONS

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    82. MILLER WM
      STABILITY AND APPROXIMATION OF INVARIANT-MEASURES FOR A CLASS OF NONEXPANDING TRANSFORMATIONS

      Nonlinear analysis
    83. WENNBERG PW; WEI CM; MILLER WM; MATSUDA Y; KINOSHITA M; BURNETT JC
      VASCULAR ACTIONS OF A NATRIURETIC PEPTIDE RECEPTOR AND PARTICULATE GUANYLYL CYCLASE INHIBITOR UPON ISOLATED CANINE CORONARY-ARTERIES

      Circulation
    84. WENNBERG PW; WEI CM; MILLER WM; MATSUDA Y; KINOSHITA M; BURNETT JC
      VASCULAR ACTIONS OF A NATRIURETIC PEPTIDE RECEPTOR AND PARTICULATE GUANYLYL CYCLASE INHIBITOR UPON ISOLATED CANINE CORONARY-ARTERIES

      Circulation
    85. GRAMMATIKOS SI; SUBBAIAH PV; VICTOR TA; MILLER WM
      N-3 AND N-6 FATTY-ACID PROCESSING AND GROWTH EFFECTS IN NEOPLASTIC AND NON-CANCEROUS HUMAN MAMMARY EPITHELIAL-CELL LINES

      British Journal of Cancer
    86. SANDSTROM CE; BENDER JG; PAPOUTSAKIS ET; MILLER WM
      EFFECT OF CD34 SELECTION ON EX-VIVO EXPANSION OF MOBILIZED BLOOD MONONUCLEAR-CELLS

      Blood
    87. SANDSTROM CE; PATEL SD; BENDER JG; PAPOUTSAKIS ET; MILLER WM
      EFFECTS OF STROMA AND PERFUSION ON EX-VIVO EXPANSION OF MOBILIZED BLOOD MONONUCLEAR-CELLS

      Blood
    88. SANDSTROM CE; MCADAMS TA; COLLINS PC; BENDER JG; PAPOUTSAKIS ET; MILLER WM
      COMPARISON OF 8 SERUM-FREE MEDIA FOR EXPANSION OF CORD-BLOOD AND MOBILIZED BLOOD MONONUCLEAR-CELLS

      Blood
    89. SANDSTROM CE; MILLER WM; PAPOUTSAKIS ET
      SERUM-FREE MEDIA FOR CULTURES OF PRIMITIVE AND MATURE HEMATOPOIETIC-CELLS - REVIEW

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    90. NAJJAR WA; BOHM APW; MILLER WM
      A QUANTITATIVE-ANALYSIS OF DATA-FLOW PROGRAM EXECUTION - PRELIMINARIES TO A HYBRID DESIGN

      Journal of parallel and distributed computing
    91. MILLER WM; MILLER MW; BRAYMAN AA; CARSTENSEN EL
      ELECTRIC FIELD-INDUCED INHIBITION OF ELECTROGENIC PUMPING IN NITELLA - ANALYSIS FOR TRANSMEMBRANE POTENTIAL HYPOPOLARIZATION AND HYPERPOLARIZATION EFFECTS

      Environmental and experimental botany
    92. LIN AA; KIMURA R; MILLER WM
      PRODUCTION OF TPA IN RECOMBINANT CHO CELLS UNDER OXYGEN-LIMITED CONDITIONS

      Biotechnology and bioengineering


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