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Cesar Fermin
Title Provost
Faculty Rank Professor
Degree PhD
Institution Tuskegee University
Department Biology
Clusters HIV/AIDS
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210 Kresge Center
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Tuskegee University
City Tuskegee
State AL
Postal Code 36088
Telephone 334-727-8164
Fax 334-727-9903
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Title International Advisor
Institution Univ. Tecn. Santiago UTESA (Dom. Rep.)
Department Medicine
Division Academic Affairs

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2014 UTESA (Dominican Republic) Honorary Degree

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  Dr. Fermin is currently Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs (Tel. 334-727-8164 Fax 334-729-9903) and serves as Dean for Graduate Studies and Research (Tel. 334-725-2336 Fax 334-725-2367) at Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, AL 36088, fermin_c@mytu.tuskegee.edu. He served as Assoc. Dean in the College of Vet. Med. Nursing & Allied Health from 2007-2011 and was the Project Director (PD) for the Tuskegee University Center for Biomedical Research RCMI grant from 2008-2011. The Project Director oversees preparation, submission, and implementation of the application objectives, administration of cores, evaluation and mentoring of participating junior investigators. Dr. Fermin oversaw the preparation, submission, and logistics for renewing the RCMI application funded in 2010 for five years. Dr. Fermin chairs the Meharry Medical College RCMI External Advisory Board (EAC), and is a member of the Univ. of HI, MATRIX Advisory Board.

Dr. Fermin serves as the international academic & scientific advisor for Univ. Tecnológica de Santiago (UTESA), in the Dominican Republic. Dr. Fermin is fluent in spoken & written English & Spanish & understands other romance languages. Until Katrina (2005) Dr. Fermin served a vice-president for the International Hospital For Children bringing relief to poor children around the world. Due to Katrina’s closure of Tulane, Dr. Fermin worked as IT-Informatics Director for multi-million companies Stor-All and Triple Net Lease of New Orleans. CEO M. McGuire. 19335 North 9th Street. Covington, LA 70433. Ph. 895-892-6411.

Dr. Fermin was born in the Dominican Republic where he obtained a BS at UNPHU in Science-Education in 1974. He studied English at Florida Institute of Technology in 1975 (USA) where he also obtained a MS degree in Cell biology in 1977 & a PhD in Biology in1981. Dr. Fermin then completed a Post Doctoral fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston Texas in 1983 & served there as an Assistant Professor from1983-1988 when he moved to Tulane Medical School as an Associate Professor 1988. Dr. Fermin was tenured & promoted to professor in 1991.

He served as director of Morphological Services, Ultrastructural Pathology, & Pathology Informatics until moving to Tuskegee University in 2006. At Tulane, he counseled & advised dozens of graduate students & fellows and began implementation of advanced bidirectional (video-audio) collaborative net-based suites. He also introduced there the first true color-real-time video analysis system (V150). He continues building trainees’ skills in digital imaging at Tuskegee University where he serves in the Integrative Biosciences (IBS) PhD program Deans Council, HHMI, and other training programs.

Dr. Fermin is known internationally for high resolution TEM work of nature nanoparticles (otoconia biological crystals), a skill that he applied to an extensive list of publications in HIV/AIDS & other retroviruses. Dr. Fermin has a broad background/knowledge of biological systems, Neural Plasticity, Pathology, & the vestibular system. He is an expert in electron & photon microscopy, tissue/cell analysis, digital imaging, & has practical experience with histological, histochemical, & immunohistological applications. In addition, Dr. Fermin has considerable experience with quality control & assurance including biosafety measures, & is equally comfortable with Windows or Macintosh OS advanced productivity features.

The National Institute of Deafness and other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) was established in 1988 at the time that Dr. Fermin served as a grant reviewer; a function that began in the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke Institute that funded then hearing and vestibular research. In addition, Dr. Fermin was part of the selected panel of scientists that produced the 1991 NIH/NIDCD National Strategic Research Plan. El Dr. Fermin held dozens of private & federal funded projects (e.g., National Institute of Health (NIH), National Aeronautics Space Administration (NASA), Louisiana Board of Regents (LBOR), Deafness Research Foundation (DRF) & served in the advisory board of the National Organization for Hearing Research (NOHR).

He advised dozen of scientific projects serving as a consultant to the National Institute of Deafness & Communicative Disorders (NIH), a member of dozens scientific Organizations, served in NIH review panels, editorial boards of scientific journals, advisory boards, & discussion panels, reviewed manuscript for dozens of scientific journals & directed basic & clinical projects. Dr. Fermin is the author of hundreds of published reports in peer-review journals, symposia, book chapters, and scientific proceedings. His organizational, teaching, & presentation skills are excellent. He serves in the editorial board of several peer-review journals.

Besides his administrative duties, Dr. Fermin continues investigating the biomarker properties of the protein S100ß in ectodermic derived tissues, but in particular the auditory and vestibular system neural connection from peripheral receptors to central relays.

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El Dr. Fermín sirve como Rector y Vicepresidente de Asuntos Académicos (Tel 334-727-8164 Fax 334-729-9903), y simultáneamente como Decano de Estudios de Postgrados e Investigación (Tel. 334-725-2336 Fax 334-725-2367) en al Universidad Tuskegee localizada en el estado de Alabama de los EEUU (Tuskegee, AL 36088, fermin_c@mytu.tuskegee.edu). El Dr. Fermin sirvió como Decano Asociado en la facultad de Medicina Veterinaria, Enfermería y Salud Integral (2007-2011) y como Director de investigación del Centro de Investigaciones Biomédicas RCMI por premio otorgado en 2010 bajo su tutela. Sirve como Presidente de la Junta de directores externos del programa RCMI de la Universidad de Medicina Meharry en el estado de Tennessee EEUU, y en es miembro de la Junta de directores externos del programa MATRIX de la Universidad de Medicina de Hawái.
También sirve como Asesor Internacional en asuntos académicos y científicos para la Universidad Tecnológica de Santiago (UTESA). El Dr. Fermin habla y escribe Inglés y Español fluentemente y entiende otras lenguas romances. Hasta cuando el huracán Katrina devasto la cuidad de Nueva Orleans, el Dr. Fermin sirvió como Vicepresidente del hospital internacional de niños (IHC) sirviendo pobres en varios continentes. Debido a la devastación de Katrina y cerramiento de la Universidad de Medicina Tulane, el Dr. Fermin trabajo como director de IT-Informáticas para las compañías Stor-All y Triple Net Lease de Nueva Orleans (CEO M. McGuire - 19335 North 9th Street. Covington, LA 70433. Tel. 895-892-6411).
El Dr. Fermin nació en la Republica Dominicana donde obtuvo una licenciatura de la UNPHU en Ciencias Químicas y Naturales de Educación en 1974. Estudio Inglés en el Instituto de Lenguas del Instituto Tecnológico de la Florida (FIT) en 1975, donde también terminó una maestría en Biología Celular en 1977, y un PhD en Biología en 1981. El Dr. Fermin completo un Postdoctorado en Patología/Otorrinolaringología en la Universidad de Medicina Baylor en el Centro Médico de Texas (Houston) del 1981-1983 sirviendo como Profesor Asistente hasta 1988 cuando se traslado como Profesor Asociado a la Universidad de Medicina de Tulane en el Departamento de Patología como director de servicios morfológicos, patología ultrastructural (TEM) e informáticas hasta 2006.
El Dr. Fermin fue investido en la Universidad de Medicina de Tulane en el 1991 solo veinte años después de llegar a los EEUU sin hablar Inglés. En Tulane el Dr. Fermin sirvió como asesor a estudiantes de medicina, estudiantes de postgrado, y residentes médicos. También introdujo a Tulane el primer sistema V150 digital de color con capacidad de analizar color en pixeles en tiempo real. At Tuskegee el Dr. Fermin continua la microscopia digital y aun entrena candidatos MS y PhD en estas técnicas.
El Dr. Fermin es reconocido internacionalmente por sus trabajos de alta resolución (TEM) en partículas nano y ensamble de cristales nano-biológicos, experiencia que aplico a estudios retrovirales y en particular el HIV que produce el SIDA. La preparación académica de ciencias naturales del Dr. Fermin incluye además de retrovirales, plasticidad neurológica incluyendo balance, equilibrio, y audición al nivel celular y molecular. Su experiencia practica incluye: microscopia de luz (fotones), microscopia electrónica, microscopia digital, y técnicas celular y moleculares usadas en patología. Ha implementado a nivel básico y clínico medidas de seguridad, cualitativas, cuantitativas y de precaución y protocolo. El Dr. Fermin utiliza programas en plataforma Macintosh y Microsoft con igual facilidad y capacidad de corregir problemas de equipo y en programas.
En 1988 el Instituto Nacional de Sordera y Enfermedades de Comunicación (NIDCD) fue establecido y el Dr. Fermin sirvió como revisador por pares, función que comenzó cuando el Instituto Nacional de Enfermedades de Derrame Cerebral (NINDS) revisaba proyectos de audición y balance (Ambos residen en el Instituto Nacional de Salud (NIH) de los EEUU. Parte de sus investigaciones fueron premiadas por NINDS, NIDCD, la Administración Nacional Aeronáutica (NASA), el Departamento de Defensa (DoD) y el Instituto de Alimentos y Nutrición (NIFA) del Departamento de Agricultura de los EEUU (USDA), el estado de Louisiana (LBOR), la Fundación de Investigación para Sordera (DRF), y la Organización Nacional de investigación para sordera (NOHR) .
Ha servido como revisor por pares a las organizaciones federales y privadas del párrafo anterior, y como miembro de la junta de editores de varios jornales científicos. El Dr. Fermin ha publicado cientos de trabajos la mayoría revisados por pares y su acumen académico en el aula, laboratorio y administración es excelente. Además de sus responsabilidades administrativas, el Dr. Fermin investiga propiedades de la proteína S100ß en sistemas neuronales.

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Dr. Fermin started teaching while attending college toward a BS degree in Education of Biological and Natural Sciences from 1970-1974. Upon arrival to the US to study English and a MS, Dr. Fermin taught at Florida Institute of Technology Department of Biology where he modified the testing paradigm for identifying biological structures under a microscope in an embryology laboratory course. Dr. Fermin mentored dozens of post-doctoral trainees at Baylor College of Medicine and Tulane Medical School, where he also served as doctoral advisor for dozens of students. At Baylor and Tulane Dr. Fermin maintained funded research in high resolution evaluation of nanobiological crystals and interaction of retroviruses with cell membranes. As Associate dean for Graduate Studies & Research for Tuskegee University, Dr. Fermin is responsible for graduate programs logistics, guidelines and regulations. In addition, Dr. Fermin served for several years at Tulane Medical School in the dean appointed “Personnel and Honors Committee” position that handled hiring, promotion and tenure. Dr. Fermin coordinated an Annual Biomedical Research Symposium at Tuskegee from 2007-2010 and during the same time taught a graduate seminar course that mentored MS and PhD students in the proper conduct of research, preparation of dossiers, and honing oral presentation skills. In 2010 he organized a mentoring workshop for the biennial Research Center in Minority Institutions symposium that took place in Nashville December 6-9 with the main purpose of helping underrepresented minority students to navigate the unwritten rules of academia.

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1. Dung TT, Lee UJ, Kim MH, Kim KE, Cho HM, Fermin CD, Kim DH, Kim M. PAS1-modified optical SIS sensor for highly sensitive and specific detection of toluene. Biosens Bioelectron. 2019 Sep 15; 141:111469.
2. Nguyen HH, Lee SH, Lee UJ, Fermin CD, Kim M. Immobilized Enzymes in Biosensor Applications. Materials (Basel). 2019 Jan 02; 12(1).
3. Rodriguez S, Fadlalla K, Graham T, Tameru B, Fermin CD, Samuel T. Immunohistochemical evaluation of AKT protein activation in canine mast cell tumours. J Comp Pathol. 2012 Aug-Oct; 147(2-3):171-6.
4. Park K, Lee JM, Jung Y, Habtemariam T, Salah AW, Fermin CD, Kim M. Combination of cysteine- and oligomerization domain-mediated protein immobilization on a surface plasmon resonance (SPR) gold chip surface. Analyst. 2011 Jun 21; 136(12):2506-11.
5. Choi B, Fermin CD, Comardelle AM, Haislip AM, Voss TG, Garry RF. Alterations in intracellular potassium concentration by HIV-1 and SIV Nef. Virol J. 2008 May 19; 5:60.
6. Choi B, Gatti PJ, Fermin CD, Vigh S, Haislip AM, Garry RF. Down-regulation of cell surface CXCR4 by HIV-1. Virol J. 2008 Jan 11; 5:6.
7. Hazari S, Patil A, Joshi V, Sullivan DE, Fermin CD, Garry RF, Elliott RM, Dash S. Alpha interferon inhibits translation mediated by the internal ribosome entry site of six different hepatitis C virus genotypes. J Gen Virol. 2005 Nov; 86(Pt 11):3047-3053.
8. Fermin C, Garry R. Alterations of lymphocyte membranes during HIV-1 infection via multiple and simultaneous entry strategies. Microsc Res Tech. 2005 Nov; 68(3-4):149-67.
9. Sander DM, Wolfsheimer K, Gallaher WR, Fermin CD, Haislip AM, Garry RF. Seroreactivity to A-type retrovirus proteins in a subset of cats with hyperthyroidism. Microsc Res Tech. 2005 Nov; 68(3-4):235-8.
10. Dash S, Haque S, Joshi V, Prabhu R, Hazari S, Fermin C, Garry R. HCV-hepatocellular carcinoma: new findings and hope for effective treatment. Microsc Res Tech. 2005 Nov; 68(3-4):130-48.
11. Sander DM, Szabo S, Gallaher WR, Deas JE, Thompson JJ, Cao Y, Luo-Zhang H, Liu LG, Colmegna I, Koehler J, Espinoza LR, Alexander SS, Hart DJ, Tom DM, Fermin CD, Jaspan JJ, Kulakosky PC, Tenenbaum SA, Wilson RB, Garry RF. Involvement of human intracisternal A-type retroviral particles in autoimmunity. Microsc Res Tech. 2005 Nov; 68(3-4):222-34.
12. Bastian FO, Fermin CD. Slow virus disease: deciphering conflicting data on the transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (TSE) also called prion diseases. Microsc Res Tech. 2005 Nov; 68(3-4):239-46.
13. Cabrera-Batista B, Skewes-Ramm R, Fermin CD, Garry RF. Dengue in the Dominican Republic: epidemiology for 2004. Microsc Res Tech. 2005 Nov; 68(3-4):250-4.
14. Daveron E, Jain N, Kelley GP, Luer WH, Fermin C, Helmcke F, Kerut EK. Papillary fibroelastoma and Lambl''s excrescences: echocardiographic diagnosis and differential diagnosis. Echocardiography. 2005 May; 22(5):461-3.
15. Pamujula S, Kishore V, Rider B, Fermin CD, Graves RA, Agrawal KC, Mandal TK. Radioprotection in mice following oral delivery of amifostine nanoparticles. Int J Radiat Biol. 2005 Mar; 81(3):251-7.
16. Daveron E, Jain N, Kelley GP, Luer WH, Fermin C, Helmcke F, Kerut EK. Papillary fibroelastoma and Lambl''s excrescences: echocardiographic diagnosis and differential diagnosis. Echocardiography. 2005 Mar; 22(3):285-7.
17. Morris GF, Notwick AR, David O, Fermin C, Brody AR, Friedman M. Development of lung tumors in mutant p53-expressing mice after inhalation exposure to asbestos. Chest. 2004 May; 125(5 Suppl):85S-6S.
18. Zhang Z, Zhang X, Avniel WA, Song Y, Jones SM, Jones TA, Fermin C, Chen Y. Malleal processus brevis is dispensable for normal hearing in mice. Dev Dyn. 2003 May; 227(1):69-77.
19. Ghosh S, Mendoza T, Ortiz LA, Hoyle GW, Fermin CD, Brody AR, Friedman M, Morris GF. Bleomycin sensitivity of mice expressing dominant-negative p53 in the lung epithelium. Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 2002 Sep 15; 166(6):890-7.
20. Zhang Z, Song Y, Zhao X, Zhang X, Fermin C, Chen Y. Rescue of cleft palate in Msx1-deficient mice by transgenic Bmp4 reveals a network of BMP and Shh signaling in the regulation of mammalian palatogenesis. Development. 2002 Sep; 129(17):4135-46.
21. Hara J, Plymale DR, Shepard DL, Hara H, Garry RF, Yoshihara T, Zenner HP, Bolton M, Kalkeri R, Fermin CD. Avian dark cells. Eur Arch Otorhinolaryngol. 2002 Mar; 259(3):121-41.
22. Kalkeri G, Khalap N, Akhter S, Garry RF, Fermin CD, Dash S. Hepatitis C viral proteins affect cell viability and membrane permeability. Exp Mol Pathol. 2001 Dec; 71(3):194-208.
23. Nelson A, Mendoza T, Hoyle GW, Brody AR, Fermin C, Morris GF. Enhancement of fibrogenesis by the p53 tumor suppressor protein in asbestos-exposed rodents. Chest. 2001 Jul; 120(1 Suppl):33S-34S.
24. Kalkeri G, Khalap N, Garry RF, Fermin CD, Dash S. Hepatitis C virus protein expression induces apoptosis in HepG2 cells. Virology. 2001 Mar 30; 282(1):26-37.
25. Plymale DR, Tang DS, Comardelle AM, Fermin CD, Lewis DE, Garry RF. Both necrosis and apoptosis contribute to HIV-1-induced killing of CD4 cells. AIDS. 1999 Oct 01; 13(14):1827-39.
26. Deas JE, Thompson JJ, Fermin CD, Liu LL, Martin D, Garry RF, Gallaher WR. Viral induction, transmission and apoptosis among cells infected by a Human Intracisternal A-type retrovirus. Virus Res. 1999 May; 61(1):19-27.
27. Fermin CD, Lychakov D, Campos A, Hara H, Sondag E, Jones T, Jones S, Taylor M, Meza-Ruiz G, Martin DS. Otoconia biogenesis, phylogeny, composition and functional attributes. Histol Histopathol. 1998 10; 13(4):1103-54.
28. Choi B, Gatti PJ, Haislip AM, Fermin CD, Garry RF. Role of potassium in human immunodeficiency virus production and cytopathic effects. Virology. 1998 Aug 01; 247(2):189-99.
29. Gatti PJ, Choi B, Haislip AM, Fermin CD, Garry RF. Inhibition of HIV type 1 production by hygromycin B. AIDS Res Hum Retroviruses. 1998 Jul 01; 14(10):885-92.
30. Hara H, Fermin CD. 2G alters the utricular macula of chick embryos. Microsc Microanal. 1998; 4 Suppl 2:1168-9.
31. Hara H, Meza G, Bohne B, Hara J, Fermin CD. Aminoglycoside damage to young rats equilibrium. Microsc Microanal. 1998; 4 Suppl 2:1170-1.
32. Hara H, Chen X, Hartsfield JF, Hara J, Martin D, Fermin CD. Chicken (Gallus domesticus) inner ear afferents. Prim Sens Neuron. 1998; 2(4):253-74.
33. Comardelle AM, Norris CH, Plymale DR, Gatti PJ, Choi B, Fermin CD, Haislip AM, Tencza SB, Mietzner TA, Montelaro RC, Garry RF. A synthetic peptide corresponding to the carboxy terminus of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 transmembrane glycoprotein induces alterations in the ionic permeability of Xenopus laevis oocytes. AIDS Res Hum Retroviruses. 1997 Nov 20; 13(17):1525-32.
34. Fermin CD, Martin DS, Hara H. Color threshold and ratio of S100 beta, MAP5, NF68/200, GABA & GAD. I. Distribution in inner ear afferents. Cell Vis. 1997 Sep-Oct; 4(5):280-97.
35. Merogi AJ, Marrogi AJ, Ramesh R, Robinson WR, Fermin CD, Freeman SM. Tumor-host interaction: analysis of cytokines, growth factors, and tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes in ovarian carcinomas. Hum Pathol. 1997 Mar; 28(3):321-31.
36. Makutonina A, Voss TG, Plymale DR, Fermin CD, Norris CH, Vigh S, Garry RF. Human immunodeficiency virus infection of T-lymphoblastoid cells reduces intracellular pH. J Virol. 1996 Oct; 70(10):7049-55.
37. Voss TG, Fermin CD, Levy JA, Vigh S, Choi B, Garry RF. Alteration of intracellular potassium and sodium concentrations correlates with induction of cytopathic effects by human immunodeficiency virus. J Virol. 1996 Aug; 70(8):5447-54.
38. Garry RF, Fermin CD, Kohler PF, Markert ML, Luo H. Antibodies against retroviral proteins and nuclear antigens in a subset of idiopathic CD4+ T lymphocytopenia patients. AIDS Res Hum Retroviruses. 1996 Jul 01; 12(10):931-40.
39. Zimmermann U, Fermin C. Shape deformation of the organ of Corti associated with length changes of outer hair cell. Acta Otolaryngol. 1996 May; 116(3):395-400.
40. Voss TG, Gatti PJ, Fermin CD, Garry RF. Reduction of human immunodeficiency virus production and cytopathic effects by inhibitors of the Na+/K+/2Cl- cotransporter. Virology. 1996 May 01; 219(1):291-4.
41. Fermin CD, Martin D, Jones T, Vellinger J, Deuser M, Hester P, Hullinger R. Microgravity in the STS-29 space shuttle discovery affected the vestibular system of chick embryos. Histol Histopathol. 1996 Apr; 11(2):407-26.
42. Plymale DR, Ng Tang DS, Fermin CD, Lewis DE, Martin DS, Garry RF. Comparison of DNA fragmentation and color thresholding for objective quantitation of apoptotic cells. Scanning Microsc. 1995 Sep; 9(3):833-42.
43. Fermin CD, Martin DS, Li YT, Li SC. The glycan keratan sulfate in inner ear crystals. Cell Mol Biol (Noisy-le-grand). 1995 Jun; 41(4):577-91.
44. Fermin CD, Degraw S. Colour thresholding in video imaging. J Anat. 1995 Jun; 186 ( Pt 3):469-81.
45. Domingue GJ, Ghoniem GM, Bost KL, Fermin C, Human LG. Dormant microbes in interstitial cystitis. J Urol. 1995 Apr; 153(4):1321-6.
46. Mason-Garcia M, Harlan RE, Mallia C, Jeter JR, Steinberg HB, Fermin C, Beckman BS. Interleukin-3 or erythropoietin induced nuclear localization of protein kinase C beta isoforms in hematopoietic target cells. Cell Prolif. 1995 Mar; 28(3):145-55.
47. Fermin CD, Martin DS. Expression of S100 beta in sensory and secretory cells of the vertebrate inner ear. Cell Mol Biol (Noisy-le-grand). 1995 Mar; 41(2):213-25.
48. Fermin CD, Lee DH, Martin DS. Elliptical-P cells in the avian perilymphatic interface of the Tegmentum vasculosum. Scanning Microsc. 1995; 9(4):1207-21; discussion 1221-2.
49. Fermin CD, Lee DH, Martin D. Post-embedding tem signal-to-noise ratio of S-100. Hear Res. 1994 Mar; 73(2):195-202.
50. Guth PS, Fermin CD, Pantoja M, Edwards R, Norris C. Hair cells of different shapes and their placement along the frog crista ampullaris. Hear Res. 1994 Feb; 73(1):109-15.
51. Zenner HP, Reuter G, Zimmermann U, Gitter AH, Fermin C, LePage EL. Transitory endolymph leakage induced hearing loss and tinnitus: depolarization, biphasic shortening and loss of electromotility of outer hair cells. Eur Arch Otorhinolaryngol. 1994; 251(3):143-53.
52. Garry RF, Fermin CD. Viral burden in AIDS. Nature. 1993 Sep 23; 365(6444):301-2.
53. Fermin CD. High resolution and image processing of otoconia matrix. Microsc Res Tech. 1993 Jul 01; 25(4):297-303.
54. Fermin CD, Garry RF. [Possible involvement of a recently discovered human retrovirus in idiopathic immunologic disorders, including Sjögren syndrome (autoimmune exocrinopathy)]. HNO. 1993 May; 41(5):239-49.
55. Guth P, Norris C, Fermin CD, Pantoja M. The correlated blanching of synaptic bodies and reduction in afferent firing rates caused by transmitter-depleting agents in the frog semicircular canal. Hear Res. 1993 Apr; 66(2):143-9.
56. Jones TA, Fermin C, Hester PY, Vellinger J. Effects of microgravity on vestibular ontogeny: direct physiological and anatomical measurements following space flight (STS-29). Acta Vet Brno. 1993; 62(6 Suppl):S35-42.
57. Fermin CD, Garry RF. Membrane alterations linked to early interactions of HIV with the cell surface. Virology. 1992 Dec; 191(2):941-6.
58. Fermin CD, Gerber MA, Torre-Bueno JR. Colour thresholding and objective quantification in bioimaging. J Microsc. 1992 Jul; 167(Pt 1):85-95.
59. Yoshihara T, Kaname H, Narita N, Ishii T, Igarashi M, Fermin CD. Development of the endolymphatic sac in chick embryos, with reference to the degradation of otoconia. ORL J Otorhinolaryngol Relat Spec. 1992; 54(5):235-40.
60. Humbert JR, Fermin CD, Winsor EL. Early damage to granulocytes during storage. Semin Hematol. 1991 Jul; 28(3 Suppl 5):10-3.
61. Vigh S, Arimura A, Köves K, Somogyvári-Vigh A, Sitton J, Fermin CD. Immunohistochemical localization of the neuropeptide, pituitary adenylate cyclase activating polypeptide (PACAP), in human and primate hypothalamus. Peptides. 1991 Mar-Apr; 12(2):313-8.
62. Jones TA, Vellinger J, Hester PY, Fermin C. Weightlessness and the ontogeny of vestibular function: evidence for persistent vestibular threshold shifts in chicks incubated in space. Physiologist. 1991 Feb; 34(1 Suppl):S143-4.
63. Beckman BS, Mason-Garcia M, Martinez MI, Fermin C. Enhanced expression of the beta II subspecies of protein kinase C in differentiating erythroleukemia cells. Exp Cell Res. 1990 Dec; 191(2):319-22.
64. Garry RF, Fermin CD, Hart DJ, Alexander SS, Donehower LA, Luo-Zhang H. Detection of a human intracisternal A-type retroviral particle antigenically related to HIV. Science. 1990 Nov 23; 250(4984):1127-9.
65. Yoshihara T, Igarashi M, Fermin CD. Ultracytochemical localization of Na+, K(+)-ATPase activity in the tegmentum vasculosum of the developing chick cochlea. Acta Otolaryngol. 1990 Nov-Dec; 110(5-6):366-73.
66. Fermin CD, Diaz E, Maldonado A, Martin D, Hruska Z. Fast processing of black and white films used in the EM lab. J Electron Microsc Tech. 1990 Sep; 16(1):85-6.
67. Fermin CD, Lovett AE, Igarashi M, Dunner K. Immunohistochemistry and histochemistry of the inner ear gelatinous membranes and statoconia of the chick (Gallus domesticus). Acta Anat (Basel). 1990; 138(1):75-83.
68. Fermin CD, Igarashi M, Martin GK, Jenkins HA. Ultrastructural evidence of repair and neuronal survival after labyrinthectomy in the squirrel monkey. Acta Anat (Basel). 1989; 135(1):62-70.
69. Yoshihara T, Usami S, Igarashi M, Fermin CD. Ultracytochemical study of Ouabain-sensitive, potassium-dependent p-nitrophenylphosphatase activity in the inner ear of the squirrel monkey. Acta Otolaryngol. 1987 May-Jun; 103(5-6):161-9.
70. Yoshihara T, Usami S, Igarashi M, Fermin CD. Ultracytochemical study of ouabain-sensitive, potassium-dependent p-nitrophenylphosphatase activity in the inner ear of the squirrel monkey. Acta Otolaryngol. 1987 Mar-Apr; 103(3-4):161-9.
71. Yoshihara T, Fermin CD, Igarashi M. Localization of Na+, K+-ATPase activity in the tegmentum vasculosum of the chick cochlea. Arch Otorhinolaryngol. 1987; 243(6):401-2.
72. Fermin CD, Igarashi M, Yoshihara T. Ultrastructural changes of statoconia after segmentation of the otolithic membrane. Hear Res. 1987; 28(1):23-34.
73. Fermin CD, Igarashi M. Morphometry and ultrastructure of the squirrel monkey (Saimiri sciureus) vestibular nerve. Acta Anat (Basel). 1987; 129(3):188-99.
74. Fermin CD, Igarashi M. Review of statoconia formation in birds and original research in chicks (Gallus domesticus). Scan Electron Microsc. 1986; (Pt 4):1649-65.
75. Fermin CD, Igarashi M. Morphogenesis and calcification of the statoconia in the chick (Gallus domesticus) embryo: implications for future studies. Physiologist. 1985 Dec; 28(6 Suppl):S87-8.
76. Cohen GM, Fermin CD. Development of the embryonic chick''s tectorial membrane. Hear Res. 1985 Apr; 18(1):29-39.
77. Fermin CD, Igarashi M. Development of otoconia in the embryonic chick (Gallus domesticus). Acta Anat (Basel). 1985; 123(3):148-52.
78. Fermin CD, Colmers WF, Igarashi M. Electron-microscopic observations of the gravity receptor epithelia of normal and spinner juvenile Octopus maya. Cell Tissue Res. 1985; 240(3):701-4.
79. Fermin CD, Cohen GM. Development of the embryonic chick''s statoacoustic ganglion. Acta Otolaryngol. 1984 Jul-Aug; 98(1-2):42-52.
80. Fermin CD, Igarashi M. Dendritic growth following labyrinthectomy in the squirrel monkey. Light and electron microscopic studies. Acta Otolaryngol. 1984 Mar-Apr; 97(3-4):203-12.
81. Fermin CD, Cohen GM. Developmental gradients in the embryonic chick''s basilar papilla. Acta Otolaryngol. 1984 Jan-Feb; 97(1-2):39-51.
82. Fermin CD, Igarashi M. Aminoglycoside ototoxicity in the chick (Gallus domesticus) inner ear: I. The effects of kanamycin and netilmicin on the basilar papilla. Am J Otolaryngol. 1983 May-Jun; 4(3):174-83.
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