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Mountain View College is a community college that is part of the Dallas County Community College District that is located in the Western Park, Oak Cliff area of Dallas, Texas . The school opened its doors in 1970 and features an enrollment of about 10,000 credit students and another 9,000 continuing education students. Mountain View College Wikipedia.


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News Article | November 22, 2016
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The Community for Accredited Online Schools (AccreditedSchoolsOnline.org), has named it’s picks for the top Trade & Vocational Training Programs at colleges in Texas for 2016-2017. A total of 62 schools were chosen for displaying excellence in career training in the state, with Midland College, University of Texas at Brownsville (now Rio Grande Valley), LeTourneau University, Tarleton State University and Brazosport College scoring highest among four-year schools and El Paso Community College, Lee College, Texas State Technical College Waco, Houston Community College and Grayson College scoring highest among two-year schools. “Job projections through 2024 show trade industries growing at some of the fastest rates in the country,” said Doug Jones, CEO and Founder of the Community for Accredited Online Schools. “The best trade and vocational programs in Texas are found at both two- and four-year schools, and are noted on our list for their dedication to student success both inside the classroom and after graduation.” The Community for Accredited Online Schools analyzes more than a dozen unique data points to determine their “Best of” rankings. Colleges and universities must be regionally accredited and hold public or private not-for-profit status to qualify. For the Best Trade & Vocational Programs list, schools must also offer career counseling and placement services to students. To determine top programs, each qualifying school is scored and ranked based on statistics most important to student success, such as student-teacher ratios, program variety and graduation rates. Complete rankings of the Best Vocational & Trade School Programs in Texas can be found at the link below, along with more information on the data and methodology used to determine school scores: Alvin Community College Amarillo College Angelina College Brookhaven College Cedar Valley College Central Texas College Coastal Bend College College of the Mainland Collin College Covenant School of Nursing and Allied Health Del Mar College Eastfield College El Centro College El Paso Community College Frank Phillips College Galveston College Grayson College Hill College Houston Community College Howard College Kilgore College Lamar Institute of Technology Lamar State College-Orange Lamar State College - Port Arthur Laredo Community College Lee College Lone Star College Mountain View College Navarro College North Central Texas College North Lake College Northeast Texas Community College Northwest Vista College Odessa College Palo Alto College Panola College Ranger College Remington College - Fort Worth Campus Remington College - Houston Campus Remington College - Houston Southeast Campus Remington College - North Houston Campus Richland College San Antonio College San Jacinto College South Plains College Southwest Texas Junior College St. Philip's College Tarrant County College District Temple College Texarkana College Texas State Technical College - West Texas Texas State Technical College - Harlingen Texas State Technical College - Marshall Texas State Technical College - Waco Trinity Valley Community College Tyler Junior College Vernon College Weatherford College Western Texas College Brazosport College LeTourneau University Midland College Parker University Remington College - Dallas Campus Schreiner University South Texas College Sul Ross State University Tarleton State University The University of Texas at Arlington The University of Texas at Brownsville (now University of Texas Rio Grande Valley) The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio About Us: The Community for Accredited Online Schools (AccreditedSchoolsOnline.org) was founded in 2011 to provide students and parents with quality data and information about pursuing an affordable education that has been certified by an accrediting agency. Our community resource materials and tools span topics such as college accreditation, financial aid, opportunities available to veterans, people with disabilities, as well as online learning resources. We feature higher education institutions that have developed online learning programs that include highly trained faculty, new technology and resources, and online support services to help students achieve educational success. environments that include highly trained faculty, new technology and resources, and online support services to help students achieve educational and career success.


Hassan H.E.,University of Maryland, Baltimore | Carlson S.,Mountain View College | Abdallah I.,University of Maryland, Baltimore | Buttolph T.,University of Vermont | And 2 more authors.
Pharmaceutical Research | Year: 2013

Purpose: Curcumin is an ideal chemopreventive and antitumor agent characterized by poor bioavailability and low stability. The development of synthetic structural analogues like dimethoxycurcumin (DMC) could overcome these drawbacks. In this study we compared the cytotoxicity, metabolism and the epigenetic changes induced by both drugs in leukemia cells. Methods: Apoptosis and cell cycle analysis were analyzed by flow cytometry. Real-time PCR was used for gene expression analysis. DNA methylation was analyzed by DNA pyrosequencing. The metabolic stability was determined using human pooled liver microsomes. Chromatin Immunoprecipitation was used to quantify histone methylation. Results: Clinically relevant concentration of curcumin and DMC were not cytotoxic to leukemia cells and induced G2/M cell cycle arrest. DMC was more metabolically stable than curcumin. Curcumin and DMC were devoid of DNA hypomethylating activity. DMC induced the expression of promoter methylated genes without reversing DNA methylation and increased H3K36me3 mark near the promoter region of hypermethylated genes. Conclusion: DMC is a more stable analogue of curcumin that can induce epigenetic changes not induced by curcumin. DMC induced the expression of promoter methylated genes. The combination of DMC with DNA methyltransferase inhibitors could harness their combined induced epigenetic changes for optimal re-expression of epigenetically silenced genes. © 2014 Springer Science+Business Media New York.


Battung M.J.V.,JH Cerilles State College | Metillo E.B.,University of Tasmania | Oclarit J.M.,Mountain View College
5th International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedical Engineering, iCBBE 2011 | Year: 2011

Schizochytrium strain (thraustochytrids) was collected from submerged senescent mangrove leaves from intertidal zone of Dimataling, Zamboanga del Sur. The organism was cultivated in yeast extract peptone and screening of their potentiality to degrade hydrocarbons was done by utilizing used crude oil obtained from Shell station, serving as a carbon source for the growth and energy. The possibility of used crude oil to be degraded by Schizochytrium sp. was done by enrichment culture technique, (a) Oppenheimer -Zobell Gaertner (OZG) (b) basal organic (c) Basal Salt Medium and (d) Yeast Extract Peptone Media (serve as control).Qualitative analysis of the degraded oil was made by ocular inspection of the cell growth and by using High Performance Liquid Chromatography for hydrocarbon detection. Visibility and growth of healthy cells were detected under the light microscope. Biomass production g/L of thraustochytrids cultured in the presence of crude oil revealed varying results for wet weight, the highest biomass was produced by media A with a value of 3.2± and the lowest was produced by media C with a value of 2.4±. Dry weight measurements gave the same pattern as with that of wet weight. The highest value is 2.56 ± for media A and the lowest is 1.3± for media C. Biomass production values in the treatment set-up did not differ significantly from those of the control (wet weight: F = 0.64, df = 3, p > 0.0.60; dry weight: F = 1.41, df = 3, p > 0.30). Results suggest that Schizochytrium sp. under Thraustochytrids is a potential oil-degrading microorganism since the microbe cells exhibits adherence to hydrocarbons. Therefore, the said microorganism is a promising tool for biochemical remediation in cases of oil spill pollution. © 2011 IEEE.


Taylor S.G.,Los Alamos National Laboratory | Taylor S.G.,University of California at San Diego | Carroll J.,Mountain View College | Farinholt K.M.,Los Alamos National Laboratory | And 3 more authors.
Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering | Year: 2011

Wireless sensor nodes with impedance measurement capabilities, often based on the Analog Devices AD5933 impedance chip and Atmel's 8-bit ATMega 1281 microcontroller, have been demonstrated to be effective in collecting data for localized damage detection (such as for loose bolt detection) and for sensor self-diagnostics. Previouslydeveloped nodes rely on radio telemetry and off-board processing (usually via a PC) to ascertain damage presence or sensor condition. Recent firmware improvements for the wireless impedance device (WID) now allow seamless integration of the WID with SHMTools and mFUSE, an open-source function sequencer and SHM process platform for Matlab. Furthermore, SHM processes developed using mFUSE can be implemented in hardware on the WID, allowing greater autonomy among the sensor nodes to identify and report damage in real time. This paper presents the capabilities of the newly integrated hardware and software, as well as experimental validation. © 2011 Copyright Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE).


Mitchell. D.M.W.,Mountain View College | Mitchell. D.M.W.,University of Central Arkansas | Entrekin S.A.,University of Central Arkansas | Adams. G.L.,University of Central Arkansas
Journal of Freshwater Ecology | Year: 2012

Fish community structure in headwater streams is often influenced by a suite of abiotic variables, such as water depth and flood frequency, channel substrate composition, and in-stream large wood (LW). Wood retained in streams and rivers performs a variety functions; for example, it alters flow, stores sediments, and provides habitat for aquatic biota. The objectives of this study were to (1) quantify and characterize LW, (2) quantify the geomorphic functions of LW, and (3) identify the relationship between LW and fish community structure in Ozark headwater streams. Ten stream reaches with a gradient of LW were sampled in the Ozark-St. Francis National Forest, AR, USA. Single LW pieces, organic accumulations, and root wads were quantified and the geomorphic function of all LW recorded. Fish were identified, enumerated, and massed. LW density in our 10-study streams ranged from <1 to 12 per 100 m2 and >50% functioned to store sediments, stabilize banks, or retain organic matter. Larger diameter wood was associated with altered flow (r=0.64, p=0.04) and LW storing sediments tended to also stabilize banks (r=0.73, p=0.02). There was no relationship between LW metrics and total fish abundance or biomass; however, stream reaches with higher volumes of organic accumulations supported higher creek chub (r2=0.75, p=0.005) and southern redbelly dace biomass (r2=0.62, p<0.02). Although LW densities were among the lowest recorded for US streams, LW still played an integral role in structuring stream geomorphology and providing habitat to some dominant headwater fish species. © 2012 Taylor & Francis.


PubMed | Mountain View College
Type: | Journal: Retina (Philadelphia, Pa.) | Year: 2016

To describe the clinical and optical coherence tomography findings associated with the development of full-thickness macular holes after rhegmatogenous retinal detachment (RRD) repair.Retrospective, interventional case series. All patients who developed full-thickness macular holes after successful RRD repair from 3 clinical practices were reviewed. All cases of combined/simultaneous full-thickness macular hole and RRD were excluded. The main outcome measure was the presence of an epiretinal membrane at time of diagnosis of macular hole.Twenty-five full-thickness macular holes were diagnosed after successful retinal detachment repair. Surgical approach to RRD repair included pneumatic retinopexy (6, 24%), scleral buckle alone (5, 20%), pars plana vitrectomy only (8, 32%), and combined scleral buckle and pars plana vitrectomy (6, 24%). The preceding RRD involved the macula in 19 patients (76%) before the formation of the macular hole. The median time to full-thickness macular hole diagnosis after RRD repair was 63 days (range, 4-4,080 days). An epiretinal membrane was present in all 25 (100%) macular holes. Two macular holes (8%) spontaneously closed, whereas the other 23 (92%) were successfully closed with a single surgical procedure. Mean visual acuity improved by approximately 5 lines to 20/72 (range, 20/20 to counting fingers at 1 foot) from 20/240 (range, 20/30 to hand motions) after macular hole repair (P < 0.0001).Full-thickness macular hole formation can occur after all types of RRD repair and is associated with an epiretinal membrane. The epiretinal membrane may play a role in the pathogenesis of secondary macular hole formation after RRD repair.

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