Bryan T. Marshall, Ph.D.

2002 Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA 
Cell and Molecular Biomechanics
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Cheng Zhu grad student 2002 Georgia Tech
 (Force and bond lifetime relationship of the P-selectin/PSGL-1 interaction.)
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Marshall B, Cardon P, Poddar A, et al. (2013) Does sample size matter in qualitative research?: A review of qualitative interviews in is research Journal of Computer Information Systems. 54: 11-22
Osborne MM, Carter A, Marshall B, et al. (2012) The impact of new technology on network resilience Iet Conference Publications. 2012
Sarangapani KK, Marshall BT, McEver RP, et al. (2011) Molecular stiffness of selectins. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 286: 9567-76
Patel N, Marshall B. (2009) Examining the implications and challenges in cloud computing environments : An exploratory study Asee Annual Conference and Exposition, Conference Proceedings
Cardon PW, Marshall B, Choi J, et al. (2009) Online and offline social ties of social network website users: An exploratory study in eleven societies Journal of Computer Information Systems. 50: 54-64
Duplichein C, Ademec S, Yenduri S, et al. (2007) SHIELD UP: An addictive 2-dimensional play Proceedings of the Annual Southeast Conference. 2007: 304-309
Marshall BT, Sarangapani KK, Wu J, et al. (2006) Measuring molecular elasticity by atomic force microscope cantilever fluctuations. Biophysical Journal. 90: 681-92
Marshall BT, Sarangapani KK, Lou J, et al. (2005) Force history dependence of receptor-ligand dissociation. Biophysical Journal. 88: 1458-66
Sarangapani KK, Marshall BT, McEver RP, et al. (2005) Dead zone distributions in selectin-mediated interactions Proceedings of the 2005 Summer Bioengineering Conference. 2005: 982-983
Marshall BT, Long M, Piper JW, et al. (2003) Direct observation of catch bonds involving cell-adhesion molecules. Nature. 423: 190-3
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