Perpetua Mubweri Muganda

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DepartmentBiology

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Emailpmmugand@ncat.edu

OfficeHines Hall
Room: 317

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Perpetua Mubweri Muganda

Education

Ph D: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Indiana University School of Medicine, 1983

MS: Biochemistry, Howard University, 1978

BS: Biology, Lock Haven State College, 1976


Research Interests

tumor virology and systems biology, molecular carcinogenesis, cellular and molecular mechanisms of toxicity, role of p53 in carcinogenesis and toxicity, apoptotic signaling and mechanism.


Recent Publications

Muganda, Perpetua  (2016).  An Overview of Apoptosis Methods in Toxicological Research: Recent Updates .  In Perpetua Muganda  (1st/2016 Edition,  pp. 1-12).  Apoptosis Methods in Toxicology.

Muganda, Perpetua  (2016).  Apoptosis Methods in Toxicology.  In Perpetua Muganda, Ph.D.,  Methods in Pharmacology and Toxicology  (1/2016 Edition,  pp. 244).  Springer Science and Business media, LLC.

Ewunkem, Akamu  Muganda, Perpetua  (2016).  Determining the Extent of Toxicant-Induced Apoptosis Using Concurrent Phased Apoptosis Assays.  In Perpetua Muganda  (1st/2016 Edition,  pp. 31-47).  Apoptosis Methods in Toxicology.

Muganda, Perpetua  (2011).  Nanomedicine-Based Synthetic Biology, J..  Nanomedicine & Biotherapeutic Discovery 1(1): 1000102e  ( 1000102e,  1(1),  ).  North Carolina A&T State University.

Muganda, Perpetua  (2009).  Mechanisms of Diepoxybutane-Induced p53 Regulation in Human Cells.  Biochemical and Molecular Toxicology  (23 (6),  pp. 373-386).  North Carolina A&T State University.

Muganda, Perpetua  (2007).  Diepoxybutane Activates the Mitochondrial Apoptic Pathway and Mediates Apoptosis in Human Lymphoblasts Through Oxidative Stress.  Toxicology In Virtro  (21,  pp. 1429-1441).  North Carolina A&T State University.

Muganda, Perpetua  (2007).  Genetic Engineering of Site Specific Mutations Targeting the NF-kB Binding Site Within the Human p53 Promoter.  SMART Findings: Undergraduate STEM Research Journal  (1(1),  pp. 13-19).  Southern University at Baton Rouge.

Muganda, Perpetua  (2005).  Accute Exposure to Human Lung Cells to 1, 3-Butadiene Diepoxide Results in G1 and G2 Cell Cycle Arrest.  Env. Mol. Mutagenesis  (45 (4),  pp. 354-364).  North Carolina A&T State University.

Muganda, Perpetua  (2004).  Diepoxybutane Induses Caspase and p53 Mediated Apoptosis in Human Lymphocytes.  Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology  (195 (2),  pp. 154-165).  North Carolina A&T State University.