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    1. Fuchs, S; Baffour, R; Shou, M; Stabile, E; Singh, S; Schwartz, B; Branellec, D; Epstein, SE; Kornowski, R
      Could plasmid-mediated gene transfer into the myocardiurn be augmented by left ventricular guided laser myocardial injury?

      CATHETERIZATION AND CARDIOVASCULAR INTERVENTIONS
    2. Fuchs, S; Shou, MT; Baffour, R; Epstein, SE; Kornowski, R
      Lack of correlation between angiographic grading of collateral and myocardial perfusion and function: implications for the assessment of angiogenic response

      CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE
    3. Zhu, JH; Shearer, GM; Marincola, FM; Norman, JE; Rott, D; Zou, JP; Epstein, SE
      Discordant cellular and humoral immune responses to cytomegalovirus infection in healthy blood donors: existence of a T(h)1-type dominant response

      INTERNATIONAL IMMUNOLOGY
    4. Fuchs, S; Baffour, R; Zhou, YF; Shou, M; Pierre, A; Tio, FO; Weissman, NJ; Leon, MB; Epstein, SE; Kornowski, R
      Transendocardial delivery of autologous bone marrow enhances collateral perfusion and regional function in pigs with chronic experimental myocardial ischemia

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF CARDIOLOGY
    5. Rott, D; Zhu, JH; Burnett, S; Zhou, YF; Wasserman, A; Walker, J; Epstein, SE
      Serum of cytomegalovirus-infected mice induces monocyte chemoattractant protein-1 expression by endothelial cells

      JOURNAL OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    6. Zhu, JH; Epstein, SE
      Hepatitis A virus infection and atherosclerosis - Reply

      JOURNAL OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    7. Zhu, J; Quyyumi, AA; Norman, JE; Costello, R; Csako, G; Epstein, SE
      The possible role of hepatitis A virus in the pathogenesis of atherosclerosis. (vol 182, pg 1583, 2000)

      JOURNAL OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    8. Burnett, MS; Gaydos, CA; Madico, GE; Glad, SM; Paigen, B; Quinn, TC; Epstein, SE
      Atherosclerosis in apoE knockout mice infected with multiple pathogens

      JOURNAL OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    9. Hsich, E; Zhou, YF; Paigen, B; Johnson, TM; Burnett, MS; Epstein, SE
      Cytomegalovirus infection increases development of atherosclerosis in Apolipoprotein-E knockout mice

      ATHEROSCLEROSIS
    10. Nevins, ML; Epstein, SE
      Predictors of outcome for patients with COPD requiring invasive mechanicalventilation

      CHEST
    11. Epstein, SE; Kornowski, R; Fuchs, S; Dvorak, HF
      Angiogenesis therapy - Amidst the hype, the neglected potential for serious side effects

      CIRCULATION
    12. Zhu, JH; Quyyumi, AA; Rott, D; Csako, G; Wu, HS; Halcox, J; Epstein, SE
      Antibodies to human heat-shock protein 60 are associated with the presenceand severity of coronary artery disease - Evidence for an autoimmune component of atherogenesis

      CIRCULATION
    13. Zhu, JH; Nieto, FJ; Horne, BD; Anderson, JL; Muhlestein, JB; Epstein, SE
      Prospective study of pathogen burden and risk of myocardial infarction or death

      CIRCULATION
    14. Goncalves, LM; Epstein, SE; Piek, JJ
      Controlling collateral development: the difficult task of mimicking mothernature

      CARDIOVASCULAR RESEARCH
    15. Epstein, SE; Fuchs, S; Zhou, YF; Baffour, R; Kornowski, R
      Therapeutic interventions for enhancing collateral development by administration of growth factors: basic principles, early results and potential hazards

      CARDIOVASCULAR RESEARCH
    16. Epstein, SE; Zhu, JH; Burnett, MS; Zhou, YF; Vercellotti, G; Hajjar, D
      Infection and atherosclerosis - Potential roles of pathogen burden and molecular mimicry

      ARTERIOSCLEROSIS THROMBOSIS AND VASCULAR BIOLOGY
    17. Kornowski, R; Fuchs, S; Epstein, SE; Branellec, D; Schwartz, B
      Catheter-based plasmid-mediated transfer of genes into ischemic myocardiumusing the pCOR plasmid

      CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE
    18. Lazarous, DF; Unger, EF; Epstein, SE; Stine, A; Arevalo, JL; Chew, EY; Quyyumi, AA
      Basic fibroblast growth factor in patients with intermittent claudication:Results of a phase I trial

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF CARDIOLOGY
    19. Kornowski, R; Leon, MB; Fuchs, S; Vodovotz, Y; Flynn, MA; Gordon, DA; Pierre, A; Kovesdi, I; Keiser, JA; Epstein, SE
      Electromagnetic guidance for catheter-based transendocardial injection: A platform for intramyocardial angiogenesis therapy - Results in normal and ischemic porcine models

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF CARDIOLOGY
    20. Rajanayagam, MAS; Shou, M; Thirumurti, V; Lazarous, DF; Quyyumi, AA; Goncalves, L; Stiber, J; Epstein, SE; Unger, EF
      Intracoronary basic fibroblast growth factor enhances myocardial collateral perfusion in dogs

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF CARDIOLOGY
    21. Zhu, JH; Quyyumi, AA; Norman, JE; Costello, R; Csako, G; Epstein, SE
      The possible role of hepatitis A virus in the pathogenesis of atherosclerosis

      JOURNAL OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    22. Wanishsawad, C; Zhou, YF; Epstein, SE
      Chlamydia pneumoniae-induced transactivation of the major immediate early promoter of cytomegalovirus: Potential synergy of infectious agents in the pathogenesis of atherosclerosis

      JOURNAL OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    23. Zhu, JH; Shearer, GM; Norman, JE; Pinto, LA; Marincola, FM; Prasad, A; Waclawiw, MA; Csako, G; Quyyumi, AA; Epstein, SE
      Host response to cytomegalovirus infection as a determinant of susceptibility to coronary artery disease - Sex-based differences in inflammation and type of immune response

      CIRCULATION
    24. Kornowski, R; Fuchs, S; Leon, MB; Epstein, SE
      Delivery strategies to achieve therapeutic myocardial angiogenesis

      CIRCULATION
    25. Zhou, YF; Shou, M; Harrell, RF; Yu, ZX; Unger, EF; Epstein, SE
      Chronic non-vascular cytomegalovirus infection: effects on the neointimal response to experimental vascular injury

      CARDIOVASCULAR RESEARCH
    26. Dangas, G; Konstadoulakis, MM; Epstein, SE; Stefanadis, CI; Kymionis, GD; Toutouza, MG; Liakos, C; Sadaniantz, A; Cohen, AM; Chesebro, JH; Toutouzas, PK
      Prevalence of autoantibodies against contractile proteins in coronary artery disease and their clinical implications

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CARDIOLOGY
    27. Zhu, JH; Quyyumi, AA; Norman, JE; Csako, G; Waclawiw, MA; Shearer, GM; Epstein, SE
      Effects of total pathogen burden on coronary artery disease risk and C-reactive protein levels

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CARDIOLOGY
    28. Unger, EF; Goncalves, L; Epstein, SE; Chew, EY; Trapnell, CB; Cannon, RO; Quyyumi, AA; Stine, A; Loscalzo, F; Stiber, JA
      Effects at a single intracoronary injection of basic fibroblast growth factor in stable angina pectoris

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CARDIOLOGY
    29. Kornowski, R; Fuchs, S; Epstein, SE; Leon, MB
      The Biosense (TM) guided transendocardial injection system for therapeuticmyocardial angiogenesis

      HANDBOOK OF MYOCARDIAL REVASCULARIZATION AND ANGIOGENESIS
    30. Kornowski, R; Fuchs, S; Tio, FO; Pierre, A; Epstein, SE; Leon, MB
      Evaluation of the acute and chronic safety of the biosense injection catheter system in porcine hearts

      CATHETERIZATION AND CARDIOVASCULAR INTERVENTIONS
    31. Zhu, JH; Quyyumi, AA; Norman, JE; Csako, G; Epstein, SE
      Cytomegalovirus in the pathogenesis of atherosclerosis - The role of inflammation as reflected by elevated C-reactive protein levels

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF CARDIOLOGY
    32. Tanaka, K; Zou, JP; Takeda, K; Ferrans, VJ; Sandford, GR; Johnson, TM; Finkel, T; Epstein, SE
      Effects of human cytomegalovirus immediate-early proteins on p53-mediated apoptosis in coronary artery smooth muscle cells

      CIRCULATION
    33. Epstein, SE; Zhou, YF; Zhu, JH
      Infection and atherosclerosis - Emerging mechanistic paradigms

      CIRCULATION
    34. Zhou, YF; Shou, M; Guetta, E; Guzman, R; Unger, EF; Yu, ZX; Zhang, J; Finkel, T; Epstein, SE
      Cytomegalovirus infection of rats increases the neointimal response to vascular injury without consistent evidence of direct infection of the vascular wall

      CIRCULATION
    35. Epstein, SE; Zhu, JH
      Lack of association of infectious agents with risk of future myocardial infarction and stroke - Definitive evidence disproving the infection/coronaryartery disease hypothesis?

      CIRCULATION
    36. Zhou, YF; Yu, ZX; Wanishsawad, C; Shou, M; Epstein, SE
      The immediate early gene products of human cytomegalovirus increase vascular smooth muscle cell migration, proliferation, and expression of PDGF beta-receptor

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    37. Zhou, YF; Csako, G; Grayston, JT; Wang, SP; Yu, ZX; Shou, M; Leon, M; Epstein, SE
      Lack of association of restenosis following coronary angioplasty with elevated C-reactive protein levels or seropositivity to Chlamydia pneumoniae

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CARDIOLOGY
    38. Epstein, SE; Zhou, YF; Zhu, JH
      Potential role of cytomegalovirus in the pathogenesis of restenosis and atherosclerosis

      AMERICAN HEART JOURNAL
    39. THIRUMURTI V; SHOU M; HODGE E; GONCALVES L; EPSTEIN SE; LAZAROUS DF; UNGER EF
      LACK OF EFFICACY OF INTRAVENOUS BASIC FIBROBLAST GROWTH-FACTOR IN PROMOTING MYOCARDIAL ANGIOGENESIS

      Journal of the American College of Cardiology
    40. THIRUMURTI V; SHOU M; HODGE EA; GONCALVES L; EPSTEIN SE; UNGER EF
      EFFECT OF DIGITALIS GLYCOSIDES ON COLLATERAL DEVELOPMENT IN ISCHEMIC MYOCARDIUM

      Journal of the American College of Cardiology
    41. ZHU J; SHEARER GM; PINTO LA; MARINCOLA FM; QUYYUMI AA; PRASAD A; MINCEMOYER R; EPSTEIN SE
      IMMUNODOMINANT CELLULAR VERSUS HUMORAL RESPONSES TO CYTOMEGALOVIRUS -RELATION TO HIGH-LEVELS OF C-REACTIVE PROTEIN AND SUSCEPTIBILITY TO CORONARY-ARTERY DISEASE

      Journal of the American College of Cardiology
    42. SPEIR E; YU ZX; FERRANS VJ; HUANG ES; EPSTEIN SE
      ASPIRIN ATTENUATES CYTOMEGALOVIRUS INFECTIVITY AND GENE-EXPRESSION MEDIATED BY CYCLOOXYGENASE-2 IN CORONARY-ARTERY SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS

      Circulation research
    43. ZHU JH; QUYYUMI AA; NORMAN JE; CSAKO GA; SHEARER GM; GRAYSTON JT; EPSTEIN SE
      TOTAL PATHOGEN BURDEN CONTRIBUTES INCREMENTALLY TO CORONARY-ARTERY DISEASE RISK AND TO C-REACTIVE PROTEIN-LEVELS

      Circulation
    44. ZHU JH; QUYYUMI AA; NORMAN JE; CSAKO GA; EPSTEIN SE
      CYTOMEGALOVIRUS-INFECTION IN WOMEN IS ASSOCIATED WITH ELEVATED LEVELSOF C-REACTIVE PROTEIN AND CORONARY-ARTERY DISEASE, BUT SUSCEPTIBILITYIS MODULATED BY THE TYPE OF IMMUNE-RESPONSE MOUNTED BY THE HOST

      Circulation
    45. ZHOU YF; SHOU M; EPSTEIN SE
      RELATIVE ROLE OF CHLAMYDIA PNEUMONIA VERSUS CYTOMEGALOVIRUS ON THE RISK OF RESTENOSIS FOLLOWING DIRECTIONAL CORONARY ATHERECTOMY

      Circulation
    46. PRASAD A; ZHU JH; MINCEMOYER R; SCHENKE WH; EPSTEIN SE; QUYYUMI AA
      CYTOMEGALOVIRUS-INFECTION IS A DETERMINANT OF ENDOTHELIAL DYSFUNCTIONAND CORONARY FLOW RESERVE

      Circulation
    47. KORNOWSKI R; HONG MK; EPSTEIN SE; LEON MB
      ELECTROMAGNETIC-GUIDED CATHETER-BASED INTRAMYOCARDIAL LV INJECTION - A PLATFORM FOR INTRAMYOCARDIAL ANGIOGENESIS THERAPY

      Circulation
    48. LAZAROUS DF; UNGER EF; EPSTEIN SE; STINE A; AREVALO JL; QUYYUMI AA
      EFFECT OF BASIC FIBROBLAST-GROWTH-FACTOR ON LOWER-EXTREMITY BLOOD-FLOW IN PATIENTS WITH INTERMITTENT CLAUDICATION - PRELIMINARY-RESULTS

      Circulation
    49. ZHOU YF; SHOU M; HARRELL RL; UNGER EF; FINKEL T; EPSTEIN SE
      EFFECT OF LATENT CYTOMEGALOVIRUS-INFECTION OF RATS ON THE NEOINTIMAL RESPONSE TO VASCULAR BALLOON INJURY

      Journal of the American College of Cardiology
    50. ZHOU YF; WACLAWIW MA; EPSTEIN SE
      ASSOCIATION BETWEEN PRIOR CYTOMEGALOVIRUS-INFECTION AND THE RISK OF RESTENOSIS AFTER CORONARY ATHERECTOMY - REPLY

      The New England journal of medicine
    51. SHIBUTANI T; JOHNSON TM; YU ZX; FERRANS VJ; MOSS J; EPSTEIN SE
      PERTUSSIS-TOXIN-SENSITIVE G-PROTEINS AS MEDIATORS OF THE SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION PATHWAYS ACTIVATED BY CYTOMEGALOVIRUS-INFECTION OF SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    52. GUETTA E; GUETTA V; SHIBUTANI T; EPSTEIN SE
      MONOCYTES HARBORING CYTOMEGALOVIRUS - INTERACTIONS WITH ENDOTHELIAL-CELLS, SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS, AND OXIDIZED LOW-DENSITY-LIPOPROTEIN - POSSIBLE MECHANISMS FOR ACTIVATING VIRUS DELIVERED BY MONOCYTES TO SITES OF VASCULAR INJURY

      Circulation research
    53. TANAKA K; JOHNSON TM; FINKEL T; SANDFORD G; EPSTEIN SE
      EFFECT OF HUMAN CYTOMEGALOVIRUS IMMEDIATE-EARLY PROTEINS ON P53-DEPENDENT AND P53-INDEPENDENT PATHWAYS MEDIATING APOPTOSIS IN CORONARY-ARTERY SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS

      Circulation
    54. HARRELL RL; RAJANAYAGAM S; DOANES AM; GUZMAN RJ; HIRSCHOWITZ EA; CRYSTAL RG; EPSTEIN SE; FINKEL T
      INHIBITION OF VASCULAR SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELL-PROLIFERATION AND NEOINTIMAL ACCUMULATION BY ADENOVIRUS-MEDIATED GENE-TRANSFER OF CYTOSINE DEAMINASE

      Circulation
    55. ZHOU YF; LEON MB; WACLAWIW MA; YU ZX; FINKEL T; EPSTEIN SE
      PRIOR INFECTION WITH CYTOMEGALOVIRUS MARKEDLY INCREASES THE RISK OF RESTENOSIS FOLLOWING DIRECTIONAL CORONARY ATHERECTOMY

      Journal of investigative medicine
    56. EPSTEIN SE; SPEIR E; ZHOU YF; GUETTA E; LEON M; FINKEL T
      THE ROLE OF INFECTION IN RESTENOSIS AND ATHEROSCLEROSIS - FOCUS ON CYTOMEGALOVIRUS

      Lancet
    57. ZHOU YF; LEON MB; WACLAWIW MA; POPMA JJ; YU ZX; FINKEL T; EPSTEIN SE
      ASSOCIATION BETWEEN PRIOR CYTOMEGALOVIRUS-INFECTION AND THE RISK OF RESTENOSIS AFTER CORONARY ATHERECTOMY

      The New England journal of medicine
    58. ZHOU YF; GUETTA E; YU ZX; FINKEL T; EPSTEIN SE
      HUMAN CYTOMEGALOVIRUS INCREASES MODIFIED LOW-DENSITY-LIPOPROTEIN UPTAKE AND SCAVENGER RECEPTOR MESSENGER-RNA EXPRESSION IN VASCULAR SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    59. SPEIR E; SHIBUTANI T; YU ZX; FERRANS V; EPSTEIN SE
      ROLE OF REACTIVE OXYGEN INTERMEDIATES IN CYTOMEGALOVIRUS GENE-EXPRESSION AND IN THE RESPONSE OF HUMAN SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS TO VIRAL-INFECTION

      Circulation research
    60. JOHNSON TM; EPSTEIN SE; FINKEL T
      SPECIES-SPECIFIC INDUCTION OF APOPTOSIS IN NORMAL VASCULAR SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS USING AN ADENOVIRUS EXPRESSING HUMAN P53

      Circulation
    61. SHIBUTANI T; YU ZX; FERRANS VJ; MOSS J; EPSTEIN SE
      PERTUSSIS-TOXIN-SENSITIVE G-PROTEINS AS POSSIBLE MEDIATORS OF THE SMCSIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION PATHWAYS OF CYTOMEGALOVIRUS

      Circulation
    62. RAJANAYAGAM S; HARREN RL; FELDMAN S; THIRUMURTI V; SHOU MT; DOANES M; LAZAROUS DF; CAPOGROSSI MC; CRYSTAL RG; UNGER EF; EPSTEIN SE; FINKEL T
      DELIVERY OF VEGF TO ISCHEMIC TISSUE USING ADENOVIRAL-MODIFIED AUTOLOGOUS ENDOTHELIAL-CELLS

      Circulation
    63. LAZAROUS DF; SHOU M; SCHEINOWITZ M; HODGE E; THIRUMURTI V; KITSIOU AN; STIBER JA; LOBO AD; HUNSBERGER S; GUETTA E; EPSTEIN SE; UNGER EF
      COMPARATIVE EFFECTS OF BASIC FIBROBLAST GROWTH-FACTOR AND VASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL GROWTH-FACTOR ON CORONARY COLLATERAL DEVELOPMENT AND THE ARTERIAL RESPONSE TO INJURY

      Circulation
    64. FINKEL T; EPSTEIN SE
      GENE-THERAPY FOR VASCULAR-DISEASE

      The FASEB journal
    65. SPEIR E; HUANG ES; MODALI R; LEON MB; SHAWL F; FINKEL T; EPSTEIN SE
      INTERACTION OF HUMAN CYTOMEGALOVIRUS WITH P53 - POSSIBLE ROLE IN CORONARY RESTENOSIS

      Scandinavian journal of infectious diseases
    66. GUETTA E; GUETTA V; EPSTEIN SE
      CYTOMEGALOVIRUS INTERACTION WITH MONOCYTES, ENDOTHELIAL-CELLS, AND OXIDIZED LOW-DENSITY-LIPOPROTEIN - A POSSIBLE MODEL FOR VIRAL REACTIVATION AND ATHEROSCLEROSIS DEVELOPMENT

      Circulation
    67. ZHOU YF; GUERRA E; YU ZX; FINKEL T; EPSTEIN SE
      HUMAN CYTOMEGALOVIRUS, THROUGH ITS IMMEDIATE-EARLY GENE-PRODUCT IE72,DIRECTLY ACTIVATES TRANSCRIPTION OF THE SCAVENGER RECEPTOR GENE IN HUMAN AORTIC SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS

      Circulation
    68. SPEIR E; SHIBUTANI T; YU ZX; EPSTEIN SE
      ASPIRIN, BY INHIBITING FREE-RADICAL GENERATION INDUCED BY CYTOMEGALOVIRUS-INFECTION OF HUMAN SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS, INHIBITS CYTOMEGALOVIRUS GENE-EXPRESSION AND CYTOMEGALOVIRUS REPLICATION

      Circulation
    69. SPEIR E; SHIBUTANI T; YU ZX; EPSTEIN SE
      CYTOMEGALOVIRUS-INFECTION OF HUMAN SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS CAUSES A PROOXIDANT STATE THAT IS MEDIATED IN PART BY NADPH-OXIDASE

      Circulation
    70. SPEIR E; SHIBUTANI T; YU ZX; EPSTEIN SE
      THE ANTIOXIDANT N-ACETYLCYSTEINE INHIBITS, IN VASCULAR SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS, CYTOMEGALOVIRUS REPLICATION, CYTOPATHIC EFFECTS, AND ACTIVATIONOF THE CYTOMEGALOVIRUS PROMOTER BY IE72

      Circulation
    71. LAZAROUS DF; SCHEINOWITZ M; SHOU M; HODGE E; RAJANAYAGAM MAS; HUNSBERGER S; ROBISON WG; STIBER JA; CORREA R; EPSTEIN SE; UNGER EF
      EFFECTS OF CHRONIC SYSTEMIC ADMINISTRATION OF BASIC FIBROBLAST GROWTH-FACTOR ON COLLATERAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE CANINE HEART

      Circulation
    72. QUYYUMI AA; EPSTEIN SE
      ANGIOGENESIS AND LOW-MOLECULAR-WEIGHT HEPARIN - REPLY

      Journal of the American College of Cardiology
    73. EPSTEIN SE; SPEIR E; UNGER EF; GUZMAN RJ; FINKEL T
      THE BASIS OF MOLECULAR STRATEGIES FOR TREATING CORONARY RESTENOSIS AFTER ANGIOPLASTY

      Journal of the American College of Cardiology
    74. LAZAROUS DF; SHOU M; SCHEINOWITZ M; EPSTEIN SE; UNGER EF
      COMPARATIVE EFFECTS OF BASIC FIBROBLAST GROWTH-FACTOR AND VASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL GROWTH-FACTOR ON CORONARY COLLATERAL DEVELOPMENT AND THE ARTERIAL RESPONSE TO INJURY

      Journal of the American College of Cardiology
    75. SPEIR E; MODALI R; HUANG ES; LEON MB; SHAWL F; FINKEL T; EPSTEIN SE
      POTENTIAL ROLE OF HUMAN CYTOMEGALOVIRUS AND P53 INTERACTION IN CORONARY RESTENOSIS

      Science
    76. GUZMAN RJ; HIRSCHOWITZ EA; BRODY SL; CRYSTAL RG; EPSTEIN SE; FINKEL T
      IN-VIVO SUPPRESSION OF INJURY-INDUCED VASCULAR SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELL ACCUMULATION USING ADENOVIRUS-MEDIATED TRANSFER OF THE HERPES-SIMPLEX VIRUS THYMIDINE KINASE GENE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    77. GUZMAN RJ; HIRSCHOWITZ EA; BRODY SL; CRYSTAL RG; EPSTEIN SE; FINKEL T
      IN-VIVO SUPPRESSION OF INJURY-INDUCED VASCULAR SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELL ACCUMULATION USING ADENOVIRUS-MEDIATED TRANSFER OF THE HERPES-SIMPLEX VIRUS THYMIDINE KINASE GENE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    78. GUZMAN RJ; HERSHKOWITZ E; BRODY S; CRYSTAL RG; EPSTEIN SE; FINKEL T
      INHIBITION OF IN-VIVO NEOINTIMAL PROLIFERATION USING ADENOVIRAL GENE-TRANSFER OF THE HERPES-SIMPLEX THYMIDINE KINASE GENE

      Circulation
    79. GUZMAN RJ; HERSHKOWITZ E; BRODY S; CRYSTAL RG; EPSTEIN SE; FINKEL T
      INHIBITION OF IN-VIVO NEOINTIMAL PROLIFERATION USING ADENOVIRAL GENE-TRANSFER OF THE HERPES-SIMPLEX THYMIDINE KINASE GENE

      Circulation
    80. GUZMAN RJ; HERSHKOWITZ E; BRODY S; CRYSTAL RG; EPSTEIN SE; FINKEL T
      INHIBITION OF IN-VIVO NEOINTIMAL PROLIFERATION USING ADENOVIRAL GENE-TRANSFER OF THE HERPES-SIMPLEX THYMIDINE KINASE GENE

      Circulation
    81. GUZMAN RJ; HERSHKOWITZ E; BRODY S; CRYSTAL RG; EPSTEIN SE; FINKEL T
      INHIBITION OF IN-VIVO NEOINTIMAL PROLIFERATION USING ADENOVIRAL GENE-TRANSFER OF THE HERPES-SIMPLEX THYMIDINE KINASE GENE

      Circulation
    82. ZHOU YF; EPSTEIN SE; FINKEL T
      INCREASED SCAVENGER LDL RECEPTOR ACTIVITY IN RAT SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS FOLLOWING HUMAN CYTOMEGALOVIRUS-INFECTION

      Circulation
    83. ZHOU YF; EPSTEIN SE; FINKEL T
      INCREASED SCAVENGER LDL RECEPTOR ACTIVITY IN RAT SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS FOLLOWING HUMAN CYTOMEGALOVIRUS-INFECTION

      Circulation
    84. FLUGELMAN M; EPSTEIN SE
      AN ALTERNATIVE PATHOPHYSIOLOGICAL MECHANISM FOR UNSTABLE ANGINA - REPLY

      Circulation
    85. BANAI S; JAKLITSCH MT; SHOU M; LAZAROUS DF; SCHEINOWITZ M; BIRO S; EPSTEIN SE; UNGER EF
      ANGIOGENIC-INDUCED ENHANCEMENT OF COLLATERAL BLOOD-FLOW TO ISCHEMIC MYOCARDIUM BY VASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL GROWTH-FACTOR IN DOGS

      Circulation
    86. UNGER EF; BANAI S; SHOU MT; LAZAROUS DF; JAKLITSCH MT; SCHEINOWITZ M; CORREA R; KLINGBEIL C; EPSTEIN SE
      BASIC FIBROBLAST GROWTH-FACTOR ENHANCES MYOCARDIAL COLLATERAL FLOW INA CANINE MODEL

      The American journal of physiology
    87. QUYYUMI AA; DIODATI JG; LAKATOS E; BONOW RO; EPSTEIN SE
      ANGIOGENIC EFFECTS OF LOW-MOLECULAR-WEIGHT HEPARIN IN PATIENTS WITH STABLE CORONARY-ARTERY DISEASE - A PILOT-STUDY

      Journal of the American College of Cardiology
    88. DILSIZIAN V; BONOW RO; EPSTEIN SE; FANANAPAZIR L
      MYOCARDIAL-ISCHEMIA DETECTED BY THALLIUM SCINTIGRAPHY IS FREQUENTLY RELATED TO CARDIAC-ARREST AND SYNCOPE IN YOUNG-PATIENTS WITH HYPERTROPHIC CARDIOMYOPATHY

      Journal of the American College of Cardiology
    89. GUZMAN RJ; LEMARCHAND P; CRYSTAL RG; EPSTEIN SE; FINKEL T
      EFFICIENT GENE-TRANSFER INTO MYOCARDIUM BY DIRECT-INJECTION OF ADENOVIRUS VECTORS

      Circulation research
    90. FLUGELMAN MY; VIRMANI R; CORREA R; YU ZX; FARB A; LEON MB; ELAMI A; FU YM; CASSCELLS W; EPSTEIN SE
      SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELL ABUNDANCE AND FIBROBLAST GROWTH-FACTORS IN CORONARY LESIONS OF PATIENTS WITH NONFATAL UNSTABLE ANGINA - A CLUE TO THE MECHANISM OF TRANSFORMATION FROM THE STABLE TO THE UNSTABLE CLINICAL STATE

      Circulation
    91. GUZMAN PJ; LEMARCHAND P; CRYSTAL RG; EPSTEIN SE; FINKEL T
      EFFICIENT AND SELECTIVE ADENOVIRUS-MEDIATED GENE-TRANSFER INTO VASCULAR NEOINTIMA

      Circulation
    92. GUZMAN RJ; LEMARCHAND P; CRYSTAL RG; EPSTEIN SE; FINKEL T
      EFFICIENT AND SELECTIVE ADENOVIRAL-MEDIATED GENE-TRANSFER INTO VASCULAR NEOINTIMA

      Circulation
    93. SPEIR E; MODALI R; SHAWL F; FINKEL T; HUANG ES; EPSTEIN SE
      HUMAN CYTOMEGALOVIRUS IN RESTENOSIS - INTERACTION WITH THE TUMOR-SUPPRESSOR GENE P53

      Circulation
    94. LAZAROUS DF; SHOU M; SCHEINOWITZ M; HODGE E; EPSTEIN SE; UNGER EF
      EFFECTS OF LONG-TERM (9-WEEK) ADMINISTRATION OF BASIC FIBROBLAST GROWTH-FACTOR ON COLLATERAL DEVELOPMENT IN ISCHEMIC CANINE MYOCARDIUM

      Circulation
    95. EPSTEIN SE; SPEIR E; FINKEL T
      DO ANTISENSE APPROACHES TO THE PROBLEM OF RESTENOSIS MAKE SENSE

      Circulation
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