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    1. Eaves-Pyles, T; Alexander, JW
      Comparison of translocation of different types of microorganisms from the intestinal tract of burned mice

      SHOCK
    2. Rittmeister, ME; Noble, PC; Bocell, JR; Alexander, JW; Conditt, MA; Kohl, HW
      Interactive effects of tunnel dilation on the mechanical properties of hamstring grafts fixed in the tibia with interference screws

      KNEE SURGERY SPORTS TRAUMATOLOGY ARTHROSCOPY
    3. Alexander, JW; Kroposki, M
      Using a management perspective to define and measure changes in nursing technology

      JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING
    4. Chaudhury, PR; Alexander, JW; First, MR; Peddi, VR; Munda, R; Cavallo, T
      Immediate allograft dysfunction due to atheroembolic disease

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF KIDNEY DISEASES
    5. Kelly, BS; Alexander, JW; Dreyer, D; Greenberg, NA; Erickson, A; Whiting, JF; Ogle, CK; Babcock, GF; First, MR
      Oral arginine improves blood pressure in renal transplant and hemodialysispatients

      JOURNAL OF PARENTERAL AND ENTERAL NUTRITION
    6. Alexander, JW
      Community health service - Now and in the future

      NURSING PROFESSION: TOMORROW AND BEYOND
    7. Eaves-Pyles, T; Wong, HR; Alexander, JW
      Sodium arsenite induces the stress response in the gut and decreases bacterial translocation in a burned mouse model with gut-derived sepsis

      SHOCK
    8. Alexander, JW
      Role of immunonutrition in reducing complications following organ transplantation

      TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS
    9. Gibson, SW; Valente, JF; Alexander, JW; Custer, DA; Li, BG; Frede, S; Babcock, GF; Ogle, CK
      Nutritional immunomodulation leads to enhanced allograft survival in combination with cyclosporine A and rapamycin, but not FK506

      TRANSPLANTATION
    10. Alexander, JW; Christou, NV; Alverdy, JC; Barie, PS; Alverdy; Munster, AM
      Gut-derived sepsis occurs when the right pathogen with the right virulencegenes meets the right host - Evidence for in vivo virulence expression in Pseudomonas aeruginosa - Discussion

      ANNALS OF SURGERY
    11. Inaba, T; Alexander, JW; Ogle, JD; Ogle, CK
      Nitric oxide promotes the internalization and passage of viable bacteria through cultured Caco-2 intestinal epithelial cells

      SHOCK
    12. Gibson, SW; Valente, JF; Alexander, JW; Custer, DA; Babcock, GF; Ogle, CK
      The effect of nutritional immunomodulation on cardiac allograft survival in rats receiving mycophenolate mofetil, cyclosporine A, and donor-specific transfusion

      JOURNAL OF HEART AND LUNG TRANSPLANTATION
    13. Alexander, JW; Valente, JF; Greenberg, NA; Custer, DA; Ogle, CK; Gibson, S; Babcock, G
      Dietary amino acids as new and novel agents to enhance allograft survival

      NUTRITION
    14. Alexander, JW
      Influence of EPA and DHA intravenous fat emulsions on nitrogen retention and protein kinetics in burned rats

      NUTRITION
    15. Feinstein, WK; Lichtman, DM; Noble, PC; Alexander, JW; Hipp, JA
      Quantitative assessment of the midcarpal shift test

      JOURNAL OF HAND SURGERY-AMERICAN VOLUME
    16. Sahni, IK; Hipp, JA; Kirking, BC; Alexander, JW; Esses, SI
      Use of percutaneous transpedicular external fixation pins to measure intervertebral motion

      SPINE
    17. Alexander, JW
      Is early enteral feeding of benefit?

      INTENSIVE CARE MEDICINE
    18. Alexander, JW
      From former ABA president J. Wesley Alexander, MD

      JOURNAL OF BURN CARE & REHABILITATION
    19. Alexander, JW
      Blood clearance and tissue uptake of intravenous lipid emulsions containing long-chain and medium-chain triglycerides and fish oil in a mouse model -Discussant

      JOURNAL OF PARENTERAL AND ENTERAL NUTRITION
    20. Nelson, JL; Alexander, JW; Mao, JX; Vohs, T; Ogle, CK
      Effect of pentoxifylline on survival and intestinal cytokine messenger RNAtranscription in a rat model of ongoing peritoneal sepsis

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    21. Whiting, JF; Zavala, EY; Alexander, JW; First, MR
      The cost-effectiveness of transplantation with expanded donor kidneys

      TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS
    22. Alexander, JW; Light, JA; Donaldson, LA; Delmonico, FL; Diethelm, AG; Wilkinson, A; Rosenthal, JT; Thistlethwaite, JR; Hunsicker, LG; Matas, AJ; First, MR; Reinsmoen, NL; Rose, SM
      Evaluation of pre- and posttransplant donor-specific transfusion/cyclosporine A in non-HLA identical living donor kidney transplant recipients

      TRANSPLANTATION
    23. Alexander, JW
      The professor

      SURGERY
    24. Alexander, JW; Senkal; Namias, N
      Outcome and cost-effectiveness of perioperative enteral immunonutrition inpatients undergoing elective upper gastrointestinal tract surgery - A prospective randomized study - Discussion

      ARCHIVES OF SURGERY
    25. Levy, AE; Alexander, JW
      Role of nutrition in the care of the transplant patient

      ANESTHESIA AND TRANSPLANTATION
    26. EAVESPYLES T; ALEXANDER JW
      RAPID AND PROLONGED IMPAIRMENT OF GUT BARRIER FUNCTION AFTER THERMAL-INJURY IN MICE

      Shock
    27. PEDDI VR; KAMATH S; MUNDA R; DEMMY AM; ALEXANDER JW; FIRST MR
      USE OF TACROLIMUS ELIMINATES ACUTE REJECTION AS A MAJOR COMPLICATION FOLLOWING SIMULTANEOUS KIDNEY AND PANCREAS TRANSPLANTATION

      Clinical transplantation
    28. ALEXANDER JW
      IMMUNONUTRITION - THE ROLE OF OMEGA-3-FATTY-ACIDS

      Nutrition
    29. GEORGE CJ; LINDSEY RW; NOBLE PC; ALEXANDER JW; KAMARIC E
      OPTIMAL LOCATION OF A SINGLE DISTAL INTERLOCKING SCREW IN INTRAMEDULLARY NAILING OF DISTAL 3RD FEMORAL-SHAFT FRACTURES

      Journal of orthopaedic trauma
    30. ALEXANDER JW; OGLE CK; NELSON JL
      DIETS AND INFECTION - COMPOSITION AND CONSEQUENCES

      World journal of surgery
    31. PEDDI VR; WHITING J; WEISKITTEL PD; ALEXANDER JW; FIRST MR
      CHARACTERISTICS OF LONG-TERM RENAL-TRANSPLANT SURVIVORS

      American journal of kidney diseases
    32. ALEXANDER JW; LEVY A; CUSTER D; VALENTE JF; BABCOCK G; OGLE CK; SCHROEDER TJ
      ARGININE, FISH-OIL, AND DONOR-SPECIFIC TRANSFUSIONS INDEPENDENTLY IMPROVE CARDIAC ALLOGRAFT SURVIVAL IN RATS GIVEN SUBTHERAPEUTIC DOSES OF CYCLOSPORINE

      JPEN. Journal of parenteral and enteral nutrition
    33. KAMATH S; DEAN D; PEDDI VR; SCHROEDER TJ; ALEXANDER JW; CAVALLO T; FIRST MR
      PRIMARY THERAPY WITH OKT3 FOR BIOPSY-PROVEN ACUTE RENAL-ALLOGRAFT REJECTION

      Transplantation proceedings
    34. PEDDI VR; MUNDA R; DEMMY AM; ALEXANDER JW; FIRST MR
      LONG-TERM KIDNEY AND PANCREAS FUNCTION WITH TACROLIMUS IMMUNOSUPPRESSION FOLLOWING SIMULTANEOUS KIDNEY AND PANCREAS TRANSPLANTATION

      Transplantation proceedings
    35. PEDDI VR; DEMMY AM; MUNDA R; ALEXANDER JW; FIRST MR
      TACROLIMUS ELIMINATES ACUTE REJECTION AS A MAJOR COMPLICATION FOLLOWING SIMULTANEOUS KIDNEY AND PANCREAS TRANSPLANTATION

      Transplantation proceedings
    36. WHITING JF; GOLCONDA M; SMITH R; OBRIEN S; FIRST MR; ALEXANDER JW
      ECONOMIC COSTS OF EXPANDED CRITERIA DONORS IN RENAL-TRANSPLANTATION

      Transplantation
    37. ALEXANDER JW; VALENTE JF; GREENBERG NA; CUSTER DA; OGLE CK; GIBSON SW; BABCOCK GF
      DIETARY OMEGA-3 AND OMEGA-9 FATTY-ACIDS UNIQUELY ENHANCE ALLOGRAFT SURVIVAL IN CYCLOSPORINE-TREATED AND DONOR-SPECIFIC TRANSFUSION-TREATED RATS

      Transplantation
    38. VALENTE JF; ALEXANDER JW
      IMMUNOBIOLOGY OF RENAL-TRANSPLANTATION

      The Surgical clinics of North America
    39. ALEXANDER JW
      BACTERIAL TRANSLOCATION DURING ENTERAL AND PARENTERAL-NUTRITION

      Proceedings of the Nutrition Society
    40. KANE TD; ALEXANDER JW; JOHANNIGMAN JA
      THE DETECTION OF MICROBIAL DNA IN THE BLOOD - A SENSITIVE METHOD FOR DIAGNOSING BACTEREMIA AND OR BACTERIAL TRANSLOCATION IN SURGICAL PATIENTS/

      Annals of surgery
    41. CUMBEY DA; ALEXANDER JW
      THE RELATIONSHIP OF JOB-SATISFACTION WITH ORGANIZATIONAL VARIABLES INPUBLIC-HEALTH NURSING

      The Journal of nursing administration
    42. OGLE CK; GUO XL; HASSELGREN PO; OGLE JD; ALEXANDER JW
      THE GUT AS A SOURCE OF INFLAMMATORY CYTOKINES AFTER STIMULATION WITH ENDOTOXIN

      The European journal of surgery
    43. PEDDI VR; DEMMY AM; MUNDA R; ALEXANDER JW; FIRST MR
      LONG-TERM KIDNEY AND PANCREAS FUNCTION WITH TACROLIMUS IMMUNOSUPPRESSION FOLLOWING SIMULTANEOUS KIDNEY AND PANCREAS TRANSPLANTATION (SKP)

      Journal of the American Society of Nephrology
    44. BOSSART GD; EWING R; HERRON AJ; GRAY C; MASE B; DECKER SJ; ALEXANDER JW; ALTMAN NH
      IMMUNOBLASTIC MALIGNANT-LYMPHOMA IN DOLPHINS - HISTOLOGIC, ULTRASTRUCTURAL, AND IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL FEATURES

      Journal of veterinary diagnostic investigation
    45. LEVY AE; ALEXANDER JW; BABCOCK GF
      A STRATEGY FOR GENERATING CONSISTENT LONG-TERM DONOR-SPECIFIC TOLERANCE TO SOLID-ORGAN ALLOGRAFTS

      Transplant immunology
    46. KANE TD; JOHNSON SR; ALEXANDER JW; CRAYCRAFT TK
      BACTERIAL TRANSLOCATION IN ORGAN DONORS - CLINICAL OBSERVATIONS AND POTENTIAL RISK-FACTORS

      Clinical transplantation
    47. VALENTE JF; HARIHARAN S; PEDDI VR; SCHROEDER TJ; OGLE CK; ALEXANDER JW; FIRST MR
      CAUSES OF RENAL-ALLOGRAFT LOSS IN BLACK VS WHITE TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS IN THE CYCLOSPORINE ERA

      Clinical transplantation
    48. ALEXANDER JW
      GLUTAMINE AND INFECTIONS

      Nutrition
    49. RODEBERG DA; BASS RC; ALEXANDER JW; WARDEN GD; BABCOCK GF
      NEUTROPHILS FROM BURN PATIENTS ARE UNABLE TO INCREASE THE EXPRESSION OF CD11B CD18 IN RESPONSE TO INFLAMMATORY STIMULI/

      Journal of leukocyte biology
    50. OGLE CK; VALENTE JF; GUO XL; LI BG; OGLE JD; ALEXANDER JW
      THERMAL-INJURY INDUCES THE DEVELOPMENT OF INFLAMMATORY MACROPHAGES FROM NONADHERENT BONE-MARROW CELLS

      Inflammation
    51. GENNARI R; ALEXANDER JW; EAVESPYLES T; COYNE T; TESTORI A; GERAGHTY JG
      EFFECT OF DIETARY RIBONUCLEIC-ACID ON BACTERIAL TRANSLOCATION AND SURVIVAL FOLLOWING BLOOD-TRANSFUSION AND THERMAL-INJURY

      Clinical nutrition
    52. GENNARI R; ALEXANDER JW
      ARGININE, GLUTAMINE, AND DEHYDROEPIANDROSTERONE REVERSE THE IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE EFFECT OF PREDNISONE DURING GUT-DERIVED SEPSIS

      Critical care medicine
    53. WHITING JF; GOLCONDA M; SMITH R; OBRIEN S; FIRST MR; ALEXANDER JW
      CLINICAL AND ECONOMIC OUTCOMES OF EXPANDED CRITERIA DONORS IN RENAL-TRANSPLANTATION

      Transplantation proceedings
    54. KELLY B; PRICE S; LEWIS D; ALEXANDER JW; VALENTE J
      LACK OF DISEASE TRANSMISSION USING DONORS WITH FATAL ENCEPHALITIS

      Transplantation proceedings
    55. GOLCONDA MS; WHITING JF; SMITH R; HAYES R; ALEXANDER JW; FIRST MR
      LONG-TERM OUTCOME OF KIDNEY-TRANSPLANTATION FROM EXPANDED CRITERIA DONORS - A SINGLE-CENTER EXPERIENCE

      Transplantation proceedings
    56. ELGHOROURY M; HARIHARAN S; PEDDI VR; MUNDA R; SCHROEDER TJ; DEMMY AM; ALEXANDER JW; FIRST MR
      EFFICACY AND SAFETY OF TACROLIMUS VERSUS CYCLOSPORINE IN KIDNEY AND PANCREAS TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS

      Transplantation proceedings
    57. HARIHARAN S; PEDDI VR; MUNDA R; DEMMY AM; SCHROEDER TJ; ALEXANDER JW; FIRST MR
      LONG-TERM RENAL AND PANCREAS FUNCTION WITH TACROLIMUS RESCUE THERAPY FOLLOWING KIDNEY PANCREAS TRANSPLANTATION/

      Transplantation proceedings
    58. FREDE SE; VALENTE J; ALEXANDER JW; BABCOCK GF
      THE RELATIONSHIP OF BLOOD-TRANSFUSION AND IMMUNOSUPPRESSION TO THE TH1 TH2 PARADIGM/

      Transplantation proceedings
    59. KAMATH S; DEAN D; PEDDI VR; SCHROEDER TJ; ALEXANDER JW; CAVALLO T; FIRST MR
      EFFICACY OF OKT3 AS PRIMARY THERAPY FOR HISTOLOGICALLY CONFIRMED ACUTE RENAL-ALLOGRAFT REJECTION

      Transplantation
    60. VALENTE JF; OGLE CK; ALEXANDER JW; LI BG; CUSTER DA; NOEL JG; OGLE JD
      BONE-MARROW AND SPLENOCYTE COCULTURE-GENERATED CELLS ENHANCE ALLOGRAFT SURVIVAL

      Transplantation
    61. ALEXANDER JW
      THE SURGICAL-INFECTION-SOCIETY - A 10-YEAR UPDATE

      Archives of surgery
    62. ALEXANDER JW; SIMPKINS CO; TOMPKINS RG; KING
      A TEMPORAL STUDY OF TPN-INDUCED CHANGES IN GUT-ASSOCIATED LYMPHOID-TISSUE AND MUCOSAL IMMUNITY - DISCUSSION

      Archives of surgery
    63. ALEXANDER JW; CHWALS WJ; MEAKINS JL; WOLF
      ENTERAL FEEDING INTOLERANCE - AN INDICATOR OF SEPSIS-ASSOCIATED MORTALITY IN BURNED CHILDREN - DISCUSSION

      Archives of surgery
    64. BRAYMAN K; DELLINGER EP; DUNN DL; ALEXANDER JW; STEPHAN
      SURGICAL-WOUND INFECTION IN RENAL-TRANSPLANTATION - OUTCOME DATA IN 102 CONSECUTIVE PATIENTS WITHOUT PERIOPERATIVE SYSTEMIC ANTIBIOTIC COVERAGE - DISCUSSION

      Archives of surgery
    65. DALY JM; LOWRY S; ROMBEAU JL; DUDRICK SJ; DRUCKER WR; MORGENSTERN L; ALEXANDER JW; MEAKINS JL; LEVENSON SM; HESLIN MJ
      A PROSPECTIVE, RANDOMIZED TRIAL OF EARLY ENTERAL FEEDING AFTER RESECTION OF UPPER GASTROINTESTINAL MALIGNANCY - DISCUSSION

      Annals of surgery
    66. ALEXANDER JW
      RECURRENCE-FREE LONG-TERM SURVIVAL AFTER LIVER-TRANSPLANTATION FOR HEPATITIS-B USING INTERFERON-ALPHA PRETRANSPLANT AND HEPATITIS-B IMMUNE GLOBULIN POSTTRANSPLANT - DISCUSSION

      Annals of surgery
    67. EAVESPYLES T; ALEXANDER JW
      THE EFFECT OF BLOOD-TRANSFUSION ON SUSCEPTIBILITY TO BACTERIAL-INFECTION IN GENETICALLY DEFINED MOUSE MODELS

      The journal of trauma, injury, infection, and critical care
    68. JANN HW; ALEXANDER JW
      USING A MODIFIED 3-LOOP PULLEY TENORRHAPHY TO REPAIR AVULSION OF THE GASTROCNEMIUS TENDON IN DOGS

      Veterinary medicine
    69. GENNARI R; ALEXANDER JW; BOYCE ST; LILLY N; BABCOCK GF; CORNAGGIA M
      EFFECTS OF THE ANGIOTENSIN-CONVERTING ENZYME-INHIBITOR ENALAPRIL ON BACTERIAL TRANSLOCATION AFTER THERMAL-INJURY AND BACTERIAL CHALLENGE

      Shock
    70. HARIHARAN S; ALEXANDER JW; SCHROEDER TJ; FIRST MR
      IMPACT OF FIRST ACUTE REJECTION EPISODE AND SEVERITY OF REJECTION ON CADAVERIC RENAL-ALLOGRAFT SURVIVAL

      Clinical transplantation
    71. MARTERRE WF; HARIHARAN S; FIRST MR; ALEXANDER JW
      GASTRIC BYPASS IN MORBIDLY OBESE KIDNEY-TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS

      Clinical transplantation
    72. HARIHARAN S; ALEXANDER JW; SCHROEDER TJ; FIRST MR
      OUTCOME OF CADAVERIC RENAL-TRANSPLANTATION BY INDUCTION TREATMENT IN THE CYCLOSPORINE ERA

      Clinical transplantation
    73. ALEXANDER JW; ZOLA JC
      EXPANDING THE DONOR POOL - USE OF MARGINAL DONORS FOR SOLID-ORGAN TRANSPLANTATION

      Clinical transplantation
    74. NELSON JL; ALEXANDER JW; GIANOTTI L; CHALK CL; PYLES T
      HIGH-PROTEIN DIETS ARE ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED BACTERIAL TRANSLOCATION IN SEPTIC GUINEA-PIGS

      Nutrition
    75. ALEXANDER JW
      ORGANIZATIONAL-DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES ON NURSING UNITS

      NursingConnections
    76. GIANOTTI L; ALEXANDER JW; EAVESPYLES T; FUKUSHIMA R
      DIETARY FATTY-ACIDS MODULATE HOST BACTERIOCIDAL RESPONSE, MICROBIAL TRANSLOCATION AND SURVIVAL FOLLOWING BLOOD-TRANSFUSION AND THERMAL-INJURY

      Clinical nutrition
    77. LEVY AE; ALEXANDER JW
      THE SIGNIFICANCE OF TIMING OF ADDITIONAL SHORT-TERM IMMUNOSUPPRESSIONIN THE DONOR-SPECIFIC TRANSFUSION CYCLOSPORINE-TREATED RAT/

      Transplantation
    78. HARIHARAN S; MUNDA R; CAVALLO T; DEMMY AM; SCHROEDER TJ; ALEXANDER JW; FIRST MR
      RESCUE THERAPY WITH TACROLIMUS AFTER COMBINED KIDNEY PANCREAS AND ISOLATED PANCREAS TRANSPLANTATION IN PATIENTS WITH SEVERE CYCLOSPORINE NEPHROTOXICITY/

      Transplantation
    79. BABCOCK GF; ALEXANDER JW
      THE EFFECTS OF BLOOD-TRANSFUSION ON CYTOKINE PRODUCTION BY TH1 AND TH2 LYMPHOCYTES IN THE MOUSE

      Transplantation
    80. KANE TD; JOHNSON SR; ALEXANDER JW; BABCOCK GF; OGLE CK
      DETECTION OF INTESTINAL BACTERIAL TRANSLOCATION USING PCR

      The Journal of surgical research
    81. GIANOTTI L; ALEXANDER JW; FUKUSHIMA R; PYLES T
      STEROID-THERAPY CAN MODULATE GUT BARRIER FUNCTION, HOST-DEFENSE, AND SURVIVAL IN THERMALLY INJURED MICE

      The Journal of surgical research
    82. CUSTER DA; VALENTE JF; LEVY A; PYLES T; HANTO DW; ALEXANDER JW
      FURTHER TECHNICAL ADVANCEMENTS IN THE RAT ORTHOTOPIC SMALL-BOWEL TRANSPLANT MODEL

      Gastroenterology
    83. OGLE CK; NEOL G; GUO XL; ALEXANDER JW
      THE ABILITY OF LPS STIMULATED ENTEROCYTES TO PRODUCE DEFENSINS

      Gastroenterology
    84. OGLE CK; MAO JX; ALEXANDER JW
      THE TIME-COURSE OF THE INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE OF THE JEJUNUM AFTER THERMAL-INJURY

      Gastroenterology
    85. VALENTE J; OGLE C; LI B; ALEXANDER JW; MEAGHER R
      HUMAN BONE-MARROW AND SPLENOCYTE COCULTURES - EFFECT ON LYMPHOCYTE-PROLIFERATION END CYTOTOXICITY

      Blood
    86. ALEXANDER JW; BRAGA; KUDSK KA; FRY DE; HELTON WS; FISCHER JE; FREUND HR; FIDLER JP; GARRISON RN
      GUT FUNCTION AND IMMUNE AND INFLAMMATORY RESPONSES IN PATIENTS PERIOPERATIVELY FED WITH SUPPLEMENTED ENTERAL FORMULAS - DISCUSSION

      Archives of surgery
    87. GENNARI R; ALEXANDER JW
      EFFECTS OF HYPEROXIA ON BACTERIAL TRANSLOCATION AND MORTALITY DURING GUT-DERIVED SEPSIS

      Archives of surgery
    88. ALEXANDER JW
      A RANDOMIZED TRIAL OF ISONITROGENOUS ENTERAL DIETS AFTER SEVERE TRAUMA - AN IMMUNE-ENHANCING DIET REDUCES SEPTIC COMPLICATIONS - DISCUSSION

      Annals of surgery
    89. FISCHER JE; BEAUCHAMP RD; HANKS JB; ALEXANDER JW; THOMPSON JC; EHRENFRIED JA
      CALORIC RESTRICTION INCREASES THE EXPRESSION OF HEAT-SHOCK PROTEIN INTHE GUT - DISCUSSION

      Annals of surgery
    90. EAVESPYLES T; ALEXANDER JW
      GRANULOCYTE-COLONY-STIMULATING FACTOR ENHANCES KILLING OF TRANSLOCATED BACTERIA BUT DOES NOT AFFECT BARRIER FUNCTION IN A BURN MOUSE MODEL

      The journal of trauma, injury, infection, and critical care
    91. OGLE CK; MAO JX; HASSELGREN PO; OGLE JD; ALEXANDER JW
      PRODUCTION OF CYTOKINES AND PROSTAGLANDIN E(2) BY SUBPOPULATIONS OF GUINEA-PIG ENTEROCYTES - EFFECT OF ENDOTOXIN AND THERMAL-INJURY

      The journal of trauma, injury, infection, and critical care
    92. GIANOTTI L; MUNDA R; GENNARI R; PYLES T; ALEXANDER JW
      EFFECT OF DIFFERENT REGIMENS OF GUT DECONTAMINATION ON BACTERIAL TRANSLOCATION AND MORTALITY IN EXPERIMENTAL ACUTE-PANCREATITIS

      The European journal of surgery
    93. FUKUSHIMA R; ALEXANDER JW; GIANOTTI L; PYLES T; OGLE CK
      BACTERIAL TRANSLOCATION-RELATED MORTALITY MAY BE ASSOCIATED WITH NEUTROPHIL-MEDIATED ORGAN DAMAGE

      Shock
    94. ALEXANDER JW
      SPECIFIC NUTRIENTS AND THE IMMUNE-RESPONSE

      Nutrition
    95. GIANOTTI L; SOLOMKIN JS; MUNDA R; ALEXANDER JW
      FAILURE OF LOCAL AND SYSTEMIC BACTERIAL CLEARANCE IN RATS WITH ACUTE-PANCREATITIS

      Pancreas
    96. GENNARI R; ALEXANDER JW; EAVESPYLES T
      EFFECT OF DIFFERENT COMBINATIONS OF DIETARY ADDITIVES ON BACTERIAL TRANSLOCATION AND SURVIVAL IN GUT-DERIVED SEPSIS

      JPEN. Journal of parenteral and enteral nutrition
    97. GIANOTTI L; ALEXANDER JW; GENNARI R; PYLES T; BABCOCK GF
      ORAL GLUTAMINE DECREASES BACTERIAL TRANSLOCATION AND IMPROVES SURVIVAL IN EXPERIMENTAL GUT-ORIGIN SEPSIS

      JPEN. Journal of parenteral and enteral nutrition
    98. GENNARI R; ALEXANDER JW
      ANTI-INTERLEUKIN-6 ANTIBODY TREATMENT IMPROVES SURVIVAL DURING GUT-DERIVED SEPSIS IN A TIME-DEPENDENT MANNER BY ENHANCING HOST-DEFENSE

      Critical care medicine
    99. HARIHARAN S; MUNDA R; DEMMY AM; SCHROEDER TJ; ALEXANDER JW; FIRST MR
      CONVERSION FROM CYCLOSPORINE TO TACROLIMUS AFTER PANCREAS TRANSPLANTATION

      Transplantation proceedings
    100. ELGHOROURY M; HARIHARAN S; MUNDA R; DEMMY AM; SCHROEDER TJ; ALEXANDER JW; FIRST MR
      COMPARISON BETWEEN METHYLPREDNISOLONE AND OKT3 TREATMENT FOR THE FIRST ACUTE REJECTION EPISODE IN COMBINED KIDNEY AND PANCREAS TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS

      Transplantation proceedings


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