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    • An Investigation of the Role of the Vagus Nerve in the Genesis of Peptic Ulcer Produced Experimentally by Cinchophen 

      Hilsabeck, John Richard
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1947)
      Though cinchophen was first synthesized in 1887 by Doebner and Giseke, it was not until 1908 that Nicolaier and Dohrn introduced it into medicine under the trade name of Atophan. For a great number of years, it was regarded ...
    • Ion and Amino Transport in Rabbit Kidney Tissue in Tissue Culture Media 

      Searles, Robert P.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1964)
      Recently much attention has focused on the method whereby living cells regulate their external environment. It is generally accepted that an active metabolic process is involved. Hoffman (1) and Post (2) in reviews present ...
    • Irony in De Civitate Dei 

      Cuneen, Mary Florena
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1943)
      Irony in the "De Civitate Dei” is a vital force and power of expression by which right is defended and truth avenged. In the above work, this figure so forms the basis of its logical treatment, that each situation, freighted ...
    • Isolation and Characterization of Regulatory Peptides from Two Tetraploid Species, the Pallid Sturgeon, Scaphirhynchus albus, and the African Clawed Frog, Xenopus laevis 

      Kim, Joseph Bo-Young
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 2001)
      Tetraploidization, the duplication of the entire genome of an organism, results in twice the number of each gene present in the original diploid genome. Over time, the multiple copies of a single gene may accumulate different ...
    • Isolation of the Critical Requirements of Executive Motivation- a Study in Frustration 

      Beiscb, Vincent G.; Price, William S. Jr.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1966)
      This paper is an attempt to objectively analyze a research project that failed. The intent is to examine the totality of the project from start to failure -with the goal of establishing substantative observations and ...
    • Isolation, Enumeration and Identification of Enterococci 

      Good, Anthony J.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1962)
      In the United States the presence of the coliform group of organisms, especially Escherichia coli, serves as an indicator of fecal contamination. In recent years there has been a steady increase of interest in the enterococci, ...
    • Isolation, Structures, Synthesis and Biological Activities of Non-Mammalian Vertebrate Endothelins 

      Wang, Yuqi
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 2000)
      The endothelins (ETs) are a family of peptides that have the most potent and long-lasting vasoconstrictivity yet described. They have been shown to exhibit a wide variety of pharmacological activities and may play diverse ...
    • Italian Emigration: A Personal and Historical Narrative 

      Miceli, Pina
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 2013)
      Emigration is considered by sociologists an activity that has existed since the beginning of human life, occurs during modern times, and will most likely continue in the future. Having immigrated twice to the United States, ...
    • The J and P Superette 

      Brannen, Kathleen C.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1970)
      In I960, Ed Jackson and Thomas Patrick formed a corporation for the purpose of buying and operating a supermarket. The corporation was called the J & P Superette, Incorporated and had four stockholders. The stockholders ...
    • J. Sheridan Le Fanu’s Carmilla: A Tri-Part Exploration of the Vampiric Novel 

      Whelan, Josephine Frances
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 2017)
      This thesis presents three new interpretations into Carmilla scholarship. This thesis moves away from the current interpretations, which use queer theory with Laura and Carmilla and an Anglo-Irish context, by looking at ...
    • Jackson and the Removal of the Bank Deposits 

      Bohan, Mary Edith R.S.M.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1951)
      There are momenta In history of crucial significance because political leaders have dared to accept a challenge. Thus It was with Andrew Jackson in the presidential election of 1832, There was but one issue —and that, the ...
    • James Boswell: Writer and Advocate 

      Fogarty, Nancy
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1965)
      Although the picture that we have of James Boswell has been constantly changing in recent years, many students retain the impression that the great biographer was something of a fool or a buffoon who hovered at the coattails ...
    • James Joyce's Disengagement from Philosophical and Religious Systems 

      Sundermeier, Michael
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1963)
      Joyce's art Is based upon no particular philosophic or theological system; rather, it is based upon the premise that system, a product of the finite mind, is imposed upon rather than intrinsic to infinite reality and that, ...
    • James Weldon Johnson Exponent of Negro Culture 

      Riley, Nah
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1937)
      It is almost inconceivable that one of the men responsible for the so-called "hot" musical number, "Underneath the Bamboo Tree," should be closely allied with any cultural movement of any sort. Yet James Weldon Johnson, ...
    • Jane Austen's Persuasion: A Study of Narrative Art 

      Mabie, Joanne F.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1968)
      Jane Austen’s last novel reveals a new dimension of her narrative art; Persuasion contains qualities that resemble those of twentieth century stream-of-consciousness novels. The narrative technique of Persuasion as forerunner ...
    • Jesuit Collaborative Fundraising: Religious and Secular Non-profit Partnerships 

      Neitzke, Thomas
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 2014)
      This study was a scholarly leadership project that used a particularistic case study to examine the historical roots of Jesuit fundraising and presented the collaborative process between secular and religious nonprofit ...
    • Joan of Arc, Her Imprisonment, Trial and Death 

      Obermeier, M. Theodolinda
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1928)
      "The fairest things have sweetest end. Their scent survives their close. But the rose's scent is bitterness. To him. that loved the rose."-- Francis Thompson | Those "fairest things" are verified in the life of Joan of ...
    • John G. Neihardt as an Epic Poet 

      Pate, M. Josephine O.S.U.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1928)
      This study of John G. Neihardt as an epic writer has been undertaken with the purpose of discovering the influences social, economic and literary, that caused the poet to turn exclusively to this form of literary art, when ...
    • John Keats, The Great Romanticist 

      Ruemmele, Mary Evelyn
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1929)
      It is the purpose of this thesis to show that John Keats possessed all the essentially Romantic characteristics of Byron, Coleridge, Shelley, and Wordsworth, plus his own-restraint. A word, by way of introduction on ...
    • John Middleton Murry as a Critic of John Keats 

      Bennewitz, Mary Charlotte
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1944)
      John Middleton Murry, a modern disciple and critic of John Keats, was born in London on August 6, 1889. His industry in pursuing a strictly classical education at Christ’s Hospital, London, won for him a scholarship to ...