Journal Articles:

Thomas, J.A., Deeble, P.D., and G.K. Owens. Prostate Cancer Cells Secrete a Novel Mediator of Smooth Muscle Cell Phenotypic Modulation. Manuscript in Preparation, 2007.

Deeble, P.D., M.E. Cox, H.F. Frierson, Jr., R.A. Sikes, J.B. Palmer, R.J. Davidson, E.V. Casarez, G.P. Amorino, and S.J. Parsons.Androgen-independent Growth and Tumorigenesisof Prostate Cancer Cells are Enhanced by the Presence of PKA-differentiated Neuroendocrine Cells.Cancer Research, 67 (8):3663-3672, 2007.

Amorino, G.P., P. D. Deeble and S J. Parsons. Neurotensin Stimulates Mitogenesisof Prostate Cancer Cells Through a Novel c-Src/Stat5bpathway. Oncogene, 26 (5):745-756,2007.

Gersappe, A., A, J. Carson, M. Weber, M. Cox, P.D. Deeble, S.J. Parsons, Y. Karpova, and G. Kulik. Epinephrine, EGF, Androgen and AktProtect Cancer Cells from Apoptosis by Redundant Mechanisms. Manuscript in Preparation..

Deeble, P.D., M.E. Cox, M. Wu and S.J. Parsons. Neuroendocrine Cells and Paracrine Signaling in Prostate Cancer Progression. Recent Research Developments in Endocrinology, 2: 357-374 (Part II),2001.

Deeble, P.D., D.J. Murphy, S.J. Parsons and M.E. Cox. Interleukin-6- and cAMP-Mediated Signaling Potentiates Neuroendocrine Differentiation of LNCaPProstate Tumor Cells. Molecular and Cellular Biology, 21 (24) 8471-8482, 2001 (Cover Story).

Deeble, P.D.*, M.E. Cox*, E.A. Bissonette and S.J. Parsons. Activated 3',5'-Cyclic AMP-dependent Protein KinaseIs Sufficient to Induce Neuroendocrine-like Differentiation of the LNCaPProstate Tumor Cell Line. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 275 (18) 13812-13818, 2000.(*authors contributed equally to work)

Cox, M.E., P.D. Deeble, S. Lakhaniand S.J. Parsons. Acquisition of Neuroendocrine Characteristics by Prostate Tumor Cells Is Reversible: Implications for Prostate Cancer Progression. Cancer Research, 59 (15): 3821-3830, 1999.

Abstracts:

M. Hankeeand P.D. Deeble. Neuroendocrine Differentiation in a Cell Model of Prostate Cancer Progression. 25th Annual American Cancer Society Virginia Cancer Researchers Seminar - Virginia Commonwealth University, Medical College of Virginia, 2007 (Richmond, VA). Session III(c), Abstract #45.

C. Meyer, S. Koneruand P.D. Deeble. Resistance of Prostatic NeuroendocrineCells to Apoptosis. 25th Annual American Cancer Society Virginia Cancer Researchers Seminar - Virginia Commonwealth University, Medical College of Virginia, 2007 (Richmond, VA). Session I(b), Abstract #5.

J.A. Thomas, P.D. Deeble, G.K. Owens. Prostate Cancer Cells Secrete a Novel Mediator of Smooth Muscle Cell Phenotypic Modulation. North American Vascular Biology Organization (NAVBO) Annual Workshop,Developmental Vascular Biology II, 2006 (Monterey, CA).

S. Slayman,and P.D. Deeble (faculty mentor). The Effects of Glyphosateand Remuda® on Thyroid Hormone-Mediated Development in Rana PipiensTadpoles. 19th National Conference on Undergraduate Research - Washington and Lee University and Virginia Military Institute, 2005 (Lexingon, VA). Session #6.

J.A. Thomas, P.D. Deeble, G.K. Owens. Smooth Muscle Cell Phenotypic Modulation and Platelet-Derived Growth Factor-BB Expression is Associated with Advanced Disease in a Model of Human Prostate Cancer. Robert J. Huskey Graduate Research Symposium, University of Virginia, 2005(Charlottesville, VA) - First Place Poster Award

P.D. Deeble, M. Wu, M.E. Cox and S.J. Parsons. cAMP-dependentprotein kinase(PKA)-mediated NE Differentiation Enhances Androgen-independent Growth of Prostate Carcinoma Cells. American Society for Microbiology - Virginia Branch Annual Meeting, 2004 (Bridgewater, VA). Abstract #10; Poster #19.

P.D. Deeble, M. Wu, M.E. Cox and S.J. Parsons. NeuroendocrineDifferentiation is Involvedin Prostate Cancer Progression through ParacrineGrowth Promoting Activity. Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, 2001 (San Diego, CA). Poster #521.9.

P.D. Deeble, D.J. Murphy, S.J. Parsons and M.E. Cox. NeuroendocrineDifferentiation Mediated by Convergent IL-6 and PKA Signaling Events is Involvedin Prostate Cancer Progression through Paracrine Growth Promoting Activity. American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting, 2001 (New Orleans, LA). Session 4: Poster #1883.

P.D. Deeble, D.J. Murphy, S.J. Parsons and M.E. Cox. IL-6 and PKA Synergize to Induce NeuroendocrineDifferentiation in Prostate Tumor Cells. Advances in Human Breast and Prostate Cancer - Keystone Symposia, 2000 (Lake Tahoe, NV). Session 2, Poster #205.

P.D. Deeble, D.J. Murphy, S.J. Parsons and M.E. Cox. Convergent IL-6 and PKA Signaling Potentiate NeuroendocrineDifferentiation of Prostate Tumor Cells. Fifteenth Annual Meeting on Oncogenesand Tumor Suppressors, 1999 (La Jolla, CA). Poster #46.

P.D. Deeble, S.J. Parsons and M.E. Cox. PKA-Induced NeuroendocrineDifferentiation of LNCaPProstate Carcinoma Cells. International Symposium on Biology of Prostate Growth, 1998 (Washington, DC). Poster #8.

CMB and GBS Student Symposiums - 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 (Charlottesville, VA)

Department of Microbiology Retreats - 2000 (Wintergreen Resort, Nellysford, VA)

- 1997(Graves Mountain Lodge, Syria, VA)