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    1. Akiba, Y; Furukawa, O; Guth, PH; Engel, E; Nastaskin, I; Kaunitz, JD
      Acute adaptive cellular base uptake in rat duodenal epithelium

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-GASTROINTESTINAL AND LIVER PHYSIOLOGY
    2. Akiba, Y; Furukawa, O; Guth, PH; Engel, E; Nastaskin, I; Kaunitz, JD
      Sensory pathways and cyclooxygenase regulate mucus gel thickness in rat duodenum

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-GASTROINTESTINAL AND LIVER PHYSIOLOGY
    3. Akiba, Y; Guth, PH; Engel, E; Nastaskin, I; Kaunitz, JD
      Dynamic regulation of mucus gel thickness in rat duodenum

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-GASTROINTESTINAL AND LIVER PHYSIOLOGY
    4. Bryant, AE; Chen, RYZ; Nagata, Y; Wang, Y; Lee, CH; Finegold, S; Guth, PH; Stevens, DL
      Clostridial gas gangrene. I. Cellular and molecular mechanisms of microvascular dysfunction induced by exotoxins of Clostridium perfringens

      JOURNAL OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    5. Bryant, AE; Chen, RYZ; Nagata, Y; Wang, Y; Lee, CH; Finegold, S; Guth, PH; Stevens, DL
      Clostridial gas gangrene. II. Phospholipase C-induced activation of platelet gpIIbIIIa mediates vascular occlusion and myonecrosis in Clostridium perfringens gas gangrene

      JOURNAL OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    6. Akiba, Y; Guth, PH; Engel, E; Nastaskin, I; Kaunitz, JD
      Acid-sensing pathways of rat duodenum

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-GASTROINTESTINAL AND LIVER PHYSIOLOGY
    7. NAGATA Y; STEVENS DL; BRYANT AE; GUTH PH; FINEGOLD S; CHEN RYZ
      MICROCIRCULATORY DERANGEMENTS INDUCED BY CLOSTRIDIAL EXOTOXIN IN RAT SKELETAL-MUSCLE

      Journal of investigative medicine
    8. KIRALY A; SUTO G; GUTH PH; TACHE Y
      PERIPHERAL MEDIATORS INVOLVED IN GASTRIC HYPEREMIA TO VAGAL ACTIVATION BY CENTRAL TRH ANALOG IN RATS

      American journal of physiology: Gastrointestinal and liver physiology
    9. AKIBA Y; GUTH PH; KAUNITZ JD
      CELLULAR MECHANISM OF ADAPTIVE CYTOPROTECTION TO LUMINAL ACID IN RAT DUODENAL MUCOSA

      Gastroenterology
    10. GUTH PH; ENGEL E; KAUNITZ JD
      A NOVEL TECHNIQUE FOR THE IN-VIVO MEASUREMENT OF INTRACELLULAR PH (PH(I)) OF RAT DUODENAL EPITHELIAL-CELLS

      Gastroenterology
    11. ZHANG RS; GUTH PH; SCREMIN OU; SINGH R; PERVIN S; CHAUDHURI G
      REGULATION OF ENDOMETRIAL BLOOD-FLOW IN OVARIECTOMIZED RATS - ASSESSMENT OF THE ROLE OF NITRIC-OXIDE

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    12. TANAKA S; GUTH PH; CARRYL OR; KAUNITZ JD
      CYTOPROTECTIVE EFFECT OF BISMUTH SUBSALICYLATE IN INDOMETHACIN-TREATED RATS IS ASSOCIATED WITH ENHANCED MUCUS BISMUTH CONCENTRATION

      Alimentary pharmacology & therapeutics
    13. KIRALY A; SUTO G; GUTH PH; TACHE Y
      MECHANISMS MEDIATING GASTRIC HYPEREMIC AND ACID RESPONSES TO CENTRAL TRH ANALOG AT A CYTOPROTECTIVE DOSE

      American journal of physiology: Gastrointestinal and liver physiology
    14. TANAKA S; PODOLSKY DK; ENGEL E; GUTH PH; KAUNITZ JD
      HUMAN SPASMOLYTIC POLYPEPTIDE DECREASES PROTON PERMEATION THROUGH GASTRIC MUCUS IN-VIVO AND IN-VITRO

      American journal of physiology: Gastrointestinal and liver physiology
    15. TANAKA S; ENGEL E; GUTH PH; WENBY RB; MEISELMAN HJ; LEE J; KAUNITZ JD
      CO2 AND HCO3 DIFFUSION THROUGH PORCINE GASTRIC MUCIN

      Gastroenterology
    16. TANAKA S; GUTH PH; KAUNITZ JD
      PENTAGASTRIN GASTROPROTECTION AGAINST ACID-INDUCED INJURY IS RELATED TO H-2-RECEPTOR ACTIVATION BUT NOT ACID-SECRETION

      Gastroenterology
    17. TANAKA S; ENGEL E; GUTH PH; WENBY RB; MEISELMAN HJ; LEE J; KAUNITZ JD
      REGIONAL DIFFERENCES IN H+, HCO3, AND CO2 DIFFUSION THROUGH NATIVE PORCINE GASTRODUODENAL MUCUS

      Gastroenterology
    18. TANAKA S; TACHE Y; KANEKO H; GUTH PH; KAUNITZ JD
      CENTRAL VAGAL ACTIVATION INCREASES MUCUS GEL THICKNESS AND SURFACE CELL INTRACELLULAR PH IN RAT STOMACH

      Gastroenterology
    19. KIRALY A; SUTO G; GUTH PH; TACHE Y
      KETOTIFEN PREVENTS GASTRIC HYPEREMIA INDUCED BY INTRACISTERNAL THYROTROPIN-RELEASING-HORMONE AT A LOW-DOSE

      European journal of pharmacology
    20. NISHIZAKI Y; GUTH PH; STERNINI C; KAUNITZ JD
      IMPAIRMENT OF THE GASTRIC HYPEREMIC RESPONSE TO LUMINAL ACID IN CIRRHOTIC RATS

      American journal of physiology: Gastrointestinal and liver physiology
    21. TANAKA S; GUTH PH; PAULSEN G; KAUNITZ JD
      GASTROPROTECTIVE EFFECT OF RANITIDINE BISMUTH CITRATE IS ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED MUCUS BISMUTH CONCENTRATION IN RATS

      Gut
    22. TANAKA S; PODOLSKY DK; GUTH PH; KAUNITZ JD
      GASTROPROTECTIVE EFFECT OF HUMAN SPASMOLYTIC POLYPEPTIDE (HSP) - EFFECT ON MUCUS ACID PERMEATION

      Gastroenterology
    23. TANAKA S; GUTH PH; KAUNITZ JD
      PENTAGASTRIN ENHANCEMENT OF GASTRIC-MUCOSAL DEFENSES IS RELATED TO H-2-RECEPTOR ACTIVATION BUT NOT ACID

      Gastroenterology
    24. TANAKA S; GUTH PH; KAUNITZ JD
      IN-VIVO MICROSCOPIC STUDY OF ESOPHAGEAL MUCUS GEL THICKNESS AND BLOOD-FLOW DURING LUMINAL ACID CHALLENGE IN RATS

      Gastroenterology
    25. TANAKA S; TARNAWSKI A; GUTH PH; CARRYL OR; KAUNITZ JD
      GASTROPROTECTIVE MECHANISMS OF BISMUTH SUBSALICYLATE AGAINST INDOMETHACIN-INDUCED INJURY IN RATS

      Gastroenterology
    26. ZHANG RS; GUTH PH; SCREMIN OU; CHAUDHURI G
      H-2 GAS CLEARANCE TECHNIQUE FOR SEPARATING RAT UTERINE BLOOD-FLOW INTO ENDOMETRIAL AND MYOMETRIAL COMPONENTS

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    27. ENGEL E; GUTH PH; NISHIZAKI Y; KAUNITZ JD
      BARRIER FUNCTION OF THE GASTRIC MUCUS GEL

      American journal of physiology: Gastrointestinal and liver physiology
    28. CHEN RYZ; GUTH PH
      INTERACTION OF ENDOGENOUS NITRIC-OXIDE AND CGRP IN SENSORY NEURON-INDUCED GASTRIC VASODILATION

      American journal of physiology: Gastrointestinal and liver physiology
    29. QUINTERO E; OHNING GV; DELRIVERO M; WONG HC; WALSH JH; GUTH PH
      GASTRIN MEDIATES THE INCREASE IN GASTRIC CELL-GROWTH IN UREMIC RATS

      American journal of physiology: Gastrointestinal and liver physiology
    30. OHNING BV; GUTH PH
      TIME-COURSE OF MUCOSAL CELL-PROLIFERATION FOLLOWING ACUTE ASPIRIN INJURY IN RAT STOMACH

      Digestive diseases and sciences
    31. TANAKA S; GUTH PH; KAUNITZ JD
      INDOMETHACIN DOES NOT ABOLISH PENTAGASTRIN-ASSOCIATED ENHANCEMENTS OFRAT GASTRIC-MUCOSAL DEFENSE-MECHANISMS IN-VIVO

      Gastroenterology
    32. TANAKA S; NISHIZAKI Y; PAULSEN G; GUTH PH; KAUNITZ JD
      RANITIDINE BISMUTH CITRATE PROTECTS GASTRIC-MUCOSA FROM INDOMETHACIN-INDUCED INJURY IN RATS BY ALTERING THE ACID PERMEABILITY OF GASTRIC MUCUS

      Gastroenterology
    33. KLEINMAN R; GUTH PH; BRUNICARDI FC; ZHANG RS; LIVINGSTON EH
      VASOCONSTRICTORS INDUCED HIGH-FREQUENCY PANCREATIC ARTERIOLE VASOMOTION

      Gastroenterology
    34. SPIRT M; GUTH PH; LEUNG FW; RANDALL G; WADSWORTH VAMC
      CRITICALLY ILL SEPTIC ICU PATIENTS HAVE SEVERE UPPER GASTROINTESTINALMUCOSAL ISCHEMIA

      Gastroenterology
    35. BARRACHINA MD; CALATAYUD S; CANET A; BELLO R; DEROJAS FD; GUTH PH; ESPLUGUES JV
      TRANSDERMAL NITROGLYCERIN PREVENTS NONSTEROIDAL ANTIINFLAMMATORY DRUGGASTROPATHY

      European journal of pharmacology
    36. CHEN R; KIRALY A; STERNINI C; GUTH PH
      ROLE OF CAPSAICIN-SENSITIVE SENSORY NEURONS (CPSN) IN NITRIC-OXIDE (NO)-INDUCED GASTRIC SUBMUCOSAL ARTERIOLAR (GSMA) DILATION

      The FASEB journal
    37. CHEN R; GUTH PH
      CALCITONIN-GENE-RELATED PEPTIDE (CGRP) MEDIATES NITRIC-OXIDE (NO)-INDUCED GASTRIC SUBMUCOSAL ARTERIOLAR DILATION

      The FASEB journal
    38. ZHANG RS; SCREMIN OU; GUTH PH; CHAUDHURI G
      NITRIC-OXIDE MEDIATES ESTRADIOL-INDUCED INCREASE AND REDISTRIBUTION OF UTERINE BLOOD-FLOW (UBF) IN THE RAT

      The FASEB journal
    39. NISHIZAKI Y; KAUNITZ JD; ODA M; GUTH PH
      IMPAIRMENT OF GASTRIC-MUCOSAL DEFENSES MEASURED IN-VIVO IN CIRRHOTIC RATS

      Hepatology
    40. KIRALY A; SUTO G; LIVINGSTON EH; GUTH PH; STPIERRE S; TACHE Y
      CENTRAL VAGAL ACTIVATION BY TRH INDUCES GASTRIC HYPEREMIA - ROLE OF CGRP IN CAPSAICIN-SENSITIVE AFFERENTS IN RATS

      American journal of physiology: Gastrointestinal and liver physiology
    41. CHEN RYZ; CHANG CH; GUTH PH
      GASTRIC ARTERIOLAR AND VENULAR RESPONSES TO NITROGENOUS AND NONNITROGENOUS VASODILATING AGENTS IN THE RAT

      International journal of microcirculation, clinical and experimental
    42. QUINTERO E; OHNING G; GUTH PH
      UREMIA IN THE RAT AFFECTS GASTRIC CELL-GROWTH AND DIFFERENTIATION

      Digestive diseases and sciences
    43. TANAKA T; GUTH PH
      ROLE OF GASTRIC-MUCOSAL BLOOD-FLOW IN GASTROPROTECTIVE EFFECT OF NOVEL XANTHINE DERIVATIVE

      Digestive diseases and sciences
    44. NISHIZAKI Y; GUTH PH; QUINTERO E; BOVER J; DELRIVERO M; KAUNITZ JD
      PROSTAGLANDIN E(2) ENHANCES GASTRIC DEFENSE-MECHANISMS AGAINST ACID INJURY IN UREMIC RATS

      Gastroenterology
    45. NISHIZAKI Y; GUTH PH; QUINTERO E; BOVER J; DELRIVERO M; KAUNITZ JD
      PROSTAGLANDIN E(2) ENHANCES GASTRIC DEFENSE-MECHANISMS AGAINST ACID INJURY IN UREMIC RATS

      Gastroenterology
    46. KIRALY A; SUTO G; GUTH PH; TACHE Y
      VAGALLY MEDIATED GASTRIC-MUCOSAL HYPEREMIC RESPONSE TO A CYTOPROTECTIVE DOSE OF INTRACISTERNAL TRH ANALOG - INVOLVEMENT OF CAPSAICIN-SENSITIVE AFFERENTS CONTAINING CGRP AND MUCOSAL MAST-CELLS IN THE RATS

      Gastroenterology
    47. NISHIZAKI Y; GUTH PH; KAUNITZ JD
      HISTAMINE MEDIATES PENTAGASTRIN ENHANCEMENT OF GASTRIC DEFENSES

      Gastroenterology
    48. NISHIZAKI Y; GUTH PH; KAUNITZ JD
      CIRRHOSIS (CIR) AFFECTS PENTAGSTRIN (PG)-ASSOCIATED ENHANCEMENT OF RAT GASTRIC-MUCOSAL DEFENSES IN-VIVO

      Gastroenterology
    49. NISHIZAKI Y; GUTH PH; KAUNITZ JD
      PATHOGENESIS OF INCREASED SUSCEPTIBILITY TO ACID BACK-DIFFUSION INJURY IN THE CIRRHOTIC RAT STOMACH

      Gastroenterology
    50. OHNING GV; GUTH PH
      KERATINOCYTE GROWTH-FACTOR PROMOTES HEALING OF ACETIC ACID-INDUCED GASTRIC-ULCERS IN RATS

      Gastroenterology
    51. OHNING GV; WALSH JH; GUTH PH
      KERATINOCYTE GROWTH-FACTOR STIMULATES PROLIFERATION AND ALTERS DIFFERENTIATION OF THE GASTRIC FUNDIC MUCOSA IN RATS

      Gastroenterology
    52. KIRALY A; SUTO G; LIVINGSTON EH; GUTH PH; TACHE Y
      PERIPHERAL MECHANISMS INVOLVED IN GASTRIC HYPEREMIC RESPONSE TO CENTRAL VAGAL-STIMULATION IN RATS

      Gastroenterology
    53. SPIRT MJ; KAUNITZ JD; GUTH PH
      INTRAINTESTINAL INFUSION OF ISOPROTERENOL CAUSES SYSTEMIC HYPOTENSIONBUT PROTECTS MESENTERIC PERFUSION AFTER HEMORRHAGIC-SHOCK (HS)

      Gastroenterology
    54. NISHIZAKI Y; GUTH PH; KIM G; WAYLAND H; KAUNITZ JD
      PENTAGASTRIN ENHANCES GASTRIC-MUCOSAL DEFENSES IN-VIVO - LUMINAL ACID-DEPENDENT AND INDEPENDENT EFFECTS

      The American journal of physiology
    55. HOWARD TJ; PASSARO E; GUTH PH
      ISOPROTERENOL PREVENTS ETHANOL-INDUCED MICROVASCULAR STASIS AND DEEP HISTOLOGIC INJURY IN RAT GASTRIC-MUCOSA

      Digestive diseases and sciences
    56. LEUNG FW; SU KC; YONEI Y; PASSARO E; GUTH PH
      REGIONAL DIFFERENCES IN MUCOSAL HEMODYNAMICS IN EXPERIMENTAL COLONIC INJURY IN RATS

      Digestive diseases and sciences
    57. LIVINGSTON EH; GARRICK TR; SCREMIN OU; YASUE N; PASSARO EP; GUTH PH
      HETEROGENEOUS DISTRIBUTION OF GASTRIC-MUCOSAL BLOOD-FLOW WITH RESTRAINT STRESS IN THE RAT

      Digestive diseases and sciences
    58. LIVINGSTON EH; GUTH PH
      ANTISECRETORY AND CYTOPROTECTIVE DOSES OF ENPROSTIL DO NOT ALTER GASTRIC-MUCOSAL BLOOD-FLOW

      Life sciences
    59. KAUNITZ JD; NISHIZAKI Y; KANEKO K; GUTH PH
      EFFECT OF OROGASTRIC NICOTINE ON RAT GASTRIC-MUCOSAL GEL THICKNESS, SURFACE CELL VIABILITY AND INTRACELLULAR PH

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    60. NISHIZAKI Y; GUTH PH; KAUNITZ JD
      ISOPROTERENOL ENHANCES RAT GASTRIC-MUCOSAL BARRIER FUNCTION IN-VIVO

      Gastroenterology
    61. NISHIZAKI Y; GUTH PH; KAUNITZ JD
      PROSTAGLANDIN-E(2) MAINTAINS GASTRIC SURFACE CELL PH HOMEOSTASIS DURING ACID EXPOSURE

      Gastroenterology
    62. NISHIZAKI Y; GUTH PH; WADS JDK
      PENTAGASTRIN ENHANCES GASTRIC-MUCOSAL BARRIER FUNCTION INVIVO

      Gastroenterology
    63. NISHIZAKI Y; GUTH PH; QUINTERO E; BOVER J; KAUNITZ JD
      PROSTAGLANDIN-E(2) ENHANCES GASTRIC DEFENSE-MECHANISMS AGAINST ACID INJURY IN UREMIC RATS

      Gastroenterology
    64. QUINTERO E; DELRIVERO M; GUTH PH
      PROSTAGLANDIN-E2 PROTECTS GASTRIC-MUCOSA AGAINST ACID-BACK DIFFUSION INJURY IN UREMIC RATS

      Gastroenterology
    65. NISHIZAKI Y; GUTH PH; KAUNITZ JD
      PROSTAGLANDIN-E2, ISOPROTERENOL, AND PENTAGASTRIN INCREASE GASTRIC-MUCOSAL BLOOD-FLOW DURING ACID EXPOSURE IN THE ABSENCE OF BARRIER DISRUPTION

      Gastroenterology
    66. TANAKA T; TACHE Y; GUTH PH
      INVOLVEMENT OF VAGAL PATHWAY IN THE ANTI-SECRETORY EFFECT OF A NOVEL XANTHINE DERIVATIVE

      European journal of pharmacology
    67. CHEN RYZ; ROSS G; CHYU KY; GUTH PH
      ROLE OF L-ARGININE-DERIVED NITRIC-OXIDE IN CHOLINERGIC DILATION OF GASTRIC ARTERIOLES

      The American journal of physiology
    68. GUTH PH
      CURRENT CONCEPTS IN GASTRIC MICROCIRCULATORY PATHOPHYSIOLOGY

      The Yale journal of biology & medicine
    69. LI DS; RAYBOULD HE; QUINTERO E; GUTH PH
      CALCITONIN GENE-RELATED PEPTIDE MEDIATES THE GASTRIC HYPEREMIC RESPONSE TO ACID BACK-DIFFUSION

      Gastroenterology


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