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    1. Zhang, ZL; Brennan, ML; Fu, XM; Aviles, RJ; Pearce, GL; Penn, MS; Topol, EJ; Sprecher, DL; Hazen, SL
      Association between myeloperoxidase levels and risk of coronary artery disease

      JAMA-JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
    2. Denzler, KL; Borchers, MT; Crosby, JR; Cieslewicz, G; Hines, EM; Justice, JP; Cormier, SA; Lindenberger, KA; Song, W; Wu, WJ; Hazen, SL; Gleich, GJ; Lee, JJ; Lee, NA
      Extensive eosinophil degranulation and peroxidase-mediated oxidation of airway proteins do not occur in a mouse ovalbumin-challenge model of pulmonary inflammation

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    3. MacPherson, JC; Comhair, SAA; Erzurum, SC; Klein, DF; Lipscomb, MF; Kavuru, MS; Samoszuk, MK; Hazen, SL
      Eosinophils are a major source of nitric oxide-derived oxidants in severe asthma: Characterization of pathways available to eosinophils for generating reactive nitrogen species

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    4. Brennan, ML; Anderson, MM; Shih, DM; Qu, XD; Wang, XP; Mehta, AC; Lim, LL; Shi, WB; Hazen, SL; Jacob, JS; Crowley, JR; Heinecke, JW; Lusis, AJ
      Increased atherosclerosis in myeloperoxidase-deficient mice

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATION
    5. Arlandson, M; Decker, T; Roongta, VA; Bonilla, L; Mayo, KH; MacPherson, JC; Hazen, SL; Slungaard, A
      Eosinophil peroxidase oxidation of thiocyanate - Characterization of majorreaction products and a potential sulfhydryl-targeted cytotoxicity system

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    6. Shen, ZZ; Mitra, SN; Wu, WJ; Chen, YH; Yang, YW; Qin, J; Hazen, SL
      Eosinophil peroxidase catalyzes bromination of free nucleosides and double-stranded DNA

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    7. Abu-Soud, HM; Khassawneh, MY; Sohn, JT; Murray, P; Haxhiu, MA; Hazen, SL
      Peroxidases inhibit nitric oxide (NO) dependent bronchodilation: Development of a model describing NO-peroxidase interactions

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    8. Abu-Soud, HM; Hazen, SL
      Interrogation of heme pocket environment of mammalian peroxidases with diatomic ligands

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    9. Salomon, RG; Batyreva, E; Kaur, K; Sprecher, DL; Schreiber, MJ; Crabb, JW; Penn, MS; DiCorleto, AM; Hazen, SL; Podrez, EA
      Isolevuglandin-protein adducts in humans: products of free radical-inducedlipid oxidation through the isoprostane pathway

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-MOLECULAR AND CELL BIOLOGY OF LIPIDS
    10. Hazen, SL
      Oxidation and atherosclerosis

      FREE RADICAL BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE
    11. Podrez, EA; Abu-Soud, HM; Hazen, SL
      Myeloperoxidase-generated oxidants and atherosclerosis

      FREE RADICAL BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE
    12. Hazen, SL; Gaut, JP; Crowley, JR; Hsu, FF; Heinecke, JW
      Elevated levels of protein-bound p-hydroxyphenylacetaldehyde, an amino-acid-derived aldehyde generated by myeloperoxidase, are present in human fattystreaks, intermediate lesions and advanced atherosclerotic lesions

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    13. Febbraio, M; Podrez, EA; Smith, JD; Hajjar, DP; Hazen, SL; Hoff, HF; Sharma, K; Silverstein, RL
      Targeted disruption of the class B scavenger receptor CD36 protects against atherosclerotic lesion development in mice

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATION
    14. Podrez, EA; Febbraio, M; Sheibani, N; Schmitt, D; Silverstein, RL; Hajjar, DP; Cohen, PA; Frazier, WA; Hoff, HF; Hazen, SL
      Macrophage scavenger receptor CD36 is the major receptor for LDL modified by monocyte-generated reactive nitrogen species

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATION
    15. Wu, WJ; Samoszuk, MK; Comhair, SAA; Thomassen, MJ; Farver, CF; Dweik, RA; Kavuru, MS; Erzurum, SC; Hazen, SL
      Eosinophils generate brominating oxidants in allergen-induced asthma

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATION
    16. Podrez, EA; Febbraio, M; Sheibani, N; Schmitt, D; Silverstein, RL; Hajjar, DP; Cohen, PA; Frazier, WA; Hoff, HF; Hazen, SL
      Macrophage scavenger receptor CD36 is the major receptor for LDL modified by monocyte-generated reactive nitrogen species (vol 105, pg 1095, 2000)

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATION
    17. Abu-Soud, HM; Hazen, SL
      Nitric oxide modulates the catalytic activity of myeloperoxidase

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    18. Abu-Soud, HM; Hazen, SL
      Nitric oxide is a physiological substrate for mammalian peroxidases

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    19. Heller, JI; Crowley, JR; Hazen, SL; Salvay, DM; Wagner, P; Pennathur, S; Heinecke, JW
      p-Hydroxyphenylacetaldehyde, an aldehyde generated by myeloperoxidase, modifies phospholipid amino groups of low density lipoprotein in human atherosclerotic intima

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    20. Shen, ZZ; Wu, WJ; Hazen, SL
      Activated leukocytes oxidatively damage DNA, RNA, and the nucleotide pool through halide-dependent formation of hydroxyl radical

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    21. Hsu, FF; Hazen, SL; Giblin, D; Turk, J; Heinecke, JW; Gross, ML
      Mass spectrometric analysis of pentafluorobenzyl oxime derivatives of reactive biological aldehydes

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MASS SPECTROMETRY
    22. Whitman, SC; Hazen, SL; Miller, DB; Hegele, RA; Heinecke, JW; Huff, MW
      Modification of type IIIVLDL, their remnants, and VLDL from ApoE-knockout mice by p-hydroxyphenylacetaldehyde, a product of myeloperoxidase activity,causes marked cholesteryl ester accumulation in macrophages

      ARTERIOSCLEROSIS THROMBOSIS AND VASCULAR BIOLOGY
    23. Hazen, SL; Heller, J; Hsu, FF; d'Avignon, A; Heinecke, JW
      Synthesis, isolation, and characterization of the adduct formed in the reaction of p-hydroxyphenylacetaldehyde with the amino headgroup of phosphatidylethanolamine and phosphatidylserine

      CHEMICAL RESEARCH IN TOXICOLOGY
    24. Hazen, SL; Hsu, FF; Gaut, JP; Crowley, JR; Heinecke, JW
      Modification of proteins and lipids by myeloperoxidase

      OXIDANTS AND ANTIOXIDANTS, PT B
    25. Heinecke, JW; Hsu, FF; Crowley, JR; Hazen, SL; Leeuwenburgh, C; Mueller, DM; Rasmussen, JE; Turk, J
      Detecting oxidative modification of biomolecules with isotope dilution mass spectrometry: Sensitive and quantitative assays for oxidized amino acids in proteins and tissues

      OXIDANTS AND ANTIOXIDANTS, PT B
    26. Podrez, EA; Schmitt, D; Hoff, HF; Hazen, SL
      Myeloperoxidase-generated reactive nitrogen species convert LDL into an atherogenic form in vitro

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATION
    27. Chisolm, GM; Hazen, SL; Fox, PL; Cathcart, MK
      The oxidation of lipoproteins by monocytes-macrophages - Biochemical and biological mechanisms

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    28. Wu, WJ; Chen, YH; Hazen, SL
      Eosinophil peroxidase nitrates protein tyrosyl residues - Implications foroxidative damage by nitrating intermediates in eosinophilic inflammatory disorders

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    29. Hazen, SL; Zhang, RL; Shen, ZZ; Wu, WJ; Podrez, EA; MacPherson, JC; Schmitt, D; Mitra, SN; Mukhopadhyay, C; Chen, YH; Cohen, PA; Hoff, HF; Abu-Soud, HM
      Formation of nitric oxide-derived oxidants by myeloperoxidase in monocytes- Pathways for monocyte-mediated protein nitration and lipid peroxidation in vivo

      CIRCULATION RESEARCH
    30. Schmitt, D; Shen, ZZ; Zhang, RL; Colles, SM; Wu, WJ; Salomon, RG; Chen, YH; Chisolm, GM; Hazen, SL
      Leukocytes utilize myeloperoxidase-generated nitrating intermediates as physiological catalysts for the generation of biologically active oxidized lipids and sterols in serum

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    31. Wu, WJ; Chen, YH; d'Avignon, A; Hazen, SL
      3-bromotyrosine and 3,5-dibromotyrosine are major products of protein oxidation by eosinophil peroxidase: Potential markers for eosinophil-dependent tissue injury in vivo

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    32. HAZEN SL; PODREZ EA; SCHMITT D; HOFF HF
      MYELOPEROXIDASE-GENERATED REACTIVE NITROGEN SPECIES RENDER LDL ATHEROGENIC

      Free radical biology & medicine
    33. HAZEN SL; WU W
      3-BROMO-TYROSINE AND 3,5-DIBROMO-TYROSINE - POTENTIAL MARKERS FOR EOSINOPHIL-DEPENDENT INJURY IN-VIVO

      Free radical biology & medicine
    34. HAZEN SL; DAVIGNON A; ANDERSON MM; HSU FF; HEINECKE JW
      HUMAN NEUTROPHILS EMPLOY THE MYELOPEROXIDASE HYDROGEN-PEROXIDE CHLORIDE SYSTEM TO OXIDIZE ALPHA-AMINO-ACIDS TO A FAMILY OF REACTIVE ALDEHYDES - MECHANISTIC STUDIES IDENTIFYING LABILE INTERMEDIATES ALONG THE REACTION PATHWAY

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    35. PODREZ EA; SCHMITT D; HOFF HF; HAZEN SL
      MYELOPEROXIDASE-GENERATED REACTIVE NITROGEN SPECIES CONVERT LOW-DENSITY-LIPOPROTEIN INTO AN ATHEROGENIC FORM

      Circulation
    36. HAZEN SL; HSU FF; DAVIGNON A; HEINECKE JW
      HUMAN NEUTROPHILS EMPLOY MYELOPEROXIDASE TO CONVERT ALPHA-AMINO-ACIDSTO A BATTERY OF REACTIVE ALDEHYDES - A PATHWAY FOR ALDEHYDE GENERATION AT SITES OF INFLAMMATION

      Biochemistry
    37. HAZEN SL; CROWLEY JR; MUELLER DM; HEINECKE JW
      MASS-SPECTROMETRIC QUANTIFICATION OF 3-CHLOROTYROSINE IN HUMAN TISSUES WITH ATTOMOLE SENSITIVITY - A SENSITIVE AND SPECIFIC MARKER FOR MYELOPEROXIDASE-CATALYZED CHLORINATION AT SITES OF INFLAMMATION

      Free radical biology & medicine
    38. HAZEN SL; HEINECKE JW
      3-CHLOROTYROSINE, A SPECIFIC MARKER OF MYELOPEROXIDASE-CATALYZED OXIDATION, IS MARKEDLY ELEVATED IN LOW-DENSITY-LIPOPROTEIN ISOLATED FROM HUMAN ATHEROSCLEROTIC INTIMA

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    39. ANDERSON MM; HAZEN SL; HSU FF; HEINECKE JW
      HUMAN NEUTROPHILS EMPLOY THE MYELOPEROXIDASE-HYDROGEN PEROXIDE-CHLORIDE SYSTEM TO CONVERT HYDROXY-AMINO ACIDS INTO GLYCOLALDEHYDE, 2-HYDROXYPROPANAL, AND ACROLEIN - A MECHANISM FOR THE GENERATION OF HIGHLY REACTIVE ALPHA-HYDROXY AND ALPHA,BETA-UNSATURATED ALDEHYDES BY PHAGOCYTESAT SITES OF INFLAMMATION

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    40. LEEUWENBURGH C; HARDY MM; HAZEN SL; WAGNER P; OHISHI S; STEINBRECHER UP; HEINECKE JW
      REACTIVE NITROGEN INTERMEDIATES PROMOTE LOW-DENSITY-LIPOPROTEIN OXIDATION IN HUMAN ATHEROSCLEROTIC INTIMA

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    41. HAZEN SL; GAUT JP; HSU FF; CROWLEY JR; DAVIGNON A; HEINECKE JW
      P-HYDROXYPHENYLACETALDEHYDE, THE MAJOR PRODUCT OF L-TYROSINE OXIDATION BY THE MYELOPEROXIDASE-H2O2-CHLORIDE SYSTEM OF PHAGOCYTES, COVALENTLY MODIFIES EPSILON-AMINO GROUPS OF PROTEIN LYSINE RESIDUES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    42. HUFF MW; WHITMAN SC; HAZEN SL; HEINECKE JW; MILLER DB; HEGELE RA
      MODIFICATION OF TYPE-III VLDL, THEIR REMNANTS AND VLDL FROM APOE-KNOCKOUT MICE BY P-HYDROXYPHENYLACETALDEHYDE, CAUSES MARKED MACROPHAGE CHOLESTERYL ESTER ACCUMULATION

      Atherosclerosis
    43. HUFF MW; WHITMAN SC; HAZEN SL; HEINECKE JW; MILLER DB; HEGELE RA
      AUTOANTIBODY TITERS AGAINST OXIDIZED LDL ARE NOT ELEVATED IN A GROUP OF PATIENTS WITH FAMILIAL HYPERCHOLESTEROLEMIA COMPARED TO CONTROLS

      Atherosclerosis
    44. HELLER JI; CROWLEY J; HAZEN SL; HEINECKE JW
      MASS-SPECTROMETRIC DETECTION OF ALDEHYDE MODIFIED LIPIDS IN HUMAN ATHEROSCLEROTIC LESIONS

      Circulation
    45. WHITMAN SC; HAZEN SL; MILLER DB; HEGELE RA; HEINECKE JW; HUFF MW
      MODIFICATION OF TYPE-III VLDL, THEIR REMNANTS AND VLDL FROM APOE-KNOCKOUT MICE BY MYELOPEROXIDASE GENERATED P-HYDROXYPHENYLACETALDEHYDE, CAUSES MARKED MACROPHAGE CHOLESTERYL ESTER ACCUMULATION

      Circulation
    46. HAZEN SL; FORD DA; HEINECKE JW
      REACTIVE ALDEHYDES GENERATED BY MYELOPEROXIDASE MODULATE THE SIGNALING ACTIVITY OF PROTEIN-KINASE-C

      Circulation
    47. HAZEN SL; HSU FF; MUELLER DM; CROWLEY JR; HEINECKE JW
      HUMAN NEUTROPHILS EMPLOY CHLORINE GAS AS AN OXIDANT DURING PHAGOCYTOSIS

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    48. HAZEN SL; HSU FF; HEINECKE JW
      P-HYDROXYPHENYLACETALDEHYDE IS THE MAJOR PRODUCT OF L-TYROSINE OXIDATION BY ACTIVATED HUMAN PHAGOCYTES - A CHLORIDE-DEPENDENT MECHANISM FORTHE CONVERSION OF FREE AMINO-ACIDS INTO REACTIVE ALDEHYDES BY MYELOPEROXIDASE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    49. HAZEN SL; HSU FF; DUFFIN K; HEINECKE JW
      MOLECULAR CHLORINE GENERATED BY THE MYELOPEROXIDASE HYDROGEN-PEROXIDECHLORIDE SYSTEM OF PHAGOCYTES CONVERTS LOW-DENSITY-LIPOPROTEIN CHOLESTEROL INTO A FAMILY OF CHLORINATED STEROLS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    50. JACOB JS; CISTOLA DP; HSU FF; MUZAFFAR S; MUELLER DM; HAZEN SL; HEINECKE JW
      HUMAN PHAGOCYTES EMPLOY THE MYELOPEROXIDASE-HYDROGEN PEROXIDE SYSTEM TO SYNTHESIZE DITYROSINE, TRITYROSINE, PULCHEROSINE, AND ISODITYROSINEBY A TYROSYL RADICAL-DEPENDENT PATHWAY

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    51. HELLER JI; HAZEN SL; BERLINER JA; HEINECKE JW
      AMINO-ACID DERIVED ALDEHYDES GENERATED BY MYELOPEROXIDASE COVALENTLY MODIFY AMINOPHOSPHOLIPIDS OF LDL

      Circulation
    52. HAZEN SL; HEINECKE JW
      3-CHLOROTYROSINE, A SPECIFIC MARKER OF MYELOPEROXIDASE-CATALYZED HALOGENATION, IS PRESENT IN HUMAN ATHEROSCLEROTIC AORTA

      Circulation
    53. ANDERSON MM; REQUENA JR; HAZEN SL; FU MX; THORPE SR; HEINECKE JW
      A PATHWAY FOR THE GENERATION OF ADVANCED GLYCOSYLATION END-PRODUCTS BY THE MYELOPEROXIDASE SYSTEM OF ACTIVATED PHAGOCYTES

      Circulation
    54. LEEUWENBURGH C; HAZEN SL; PENNATHUR S; HEINECKE JW
      MASSIVE INCREASE IN PROTEIN-BOUND DITYROSINE IN LDL ISOLATED FROM HUMAN ATHEROSCLEROTIC AORTA - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE ROLE OF TYROSYL RADICAL IN ATHEROGENESIS

      Circulation
    55. HAZEN SL; CHAIT A; HEINECKE JW
      APOLIPOPROTEIN B-100 COVALENTLY MODIFIED BY P-HYDROXYPHENYLACETALDEHYDE, A PRODUCT OF MYELOPEROXIDASE, IS RAPIDLY METABOLIZED BY CULTURED HUMAN MACROPHAGES AND IS PRESENT IN HUMAN ATHEROSCLEROTIC LESIONS

      Circulation
    56. HAZEN SL; HEINECKE JW
      REACTIVE ALDEHYDES GENERATED BY MYELOPEROXIDASE ARE THE MAJOR PRODUCTS OF PHAGOCYTE ACTIVATION AT PLASMA-CONCENTRATIONS OF FREE AMINO-ACIDS- A NOVEL PATHWAY FOR OXIDATIVE DAMAGE AT SITES OF INFLAMMATION AND VASCULAR-DISEASE

      Circulation
    57. HAZEN SL; HEINECKE JW
      LDL CHOLESTEROL IS OXIDIZED TO A FAMILY OF CHLOROHYDRINS BY LEUKOCYTE-DERIVED MYELOPEROXIDASE AT THE ACIDIC PH OF THE PHAGOLYSOSOME

      Circulation
    58. HAZEN SL; HEINECKE JW
      COVALENT MODIFICATION OF LDL BY AN AMINO-ACID OXIDATION-PRODUCT GENERATED BY MYELOPEROXIDASE - A NOVEL MECHANISM FOR GENERATION OF REACTIVEALDEHYDES IN ATHEROGENESIS

      Circulation
    59. HAZEN SL; WOLF MJ; FORD DA; GROSS RW
      THE RAPID AND REVERSIBLE ASSOCIATION OF PHOSPHOFRUCTOKINASE WITH MYOCARDIAL MEMBRANES DURING MYOCARDIAL-ISCHEMIA

      FEBS letters
    60. HAZEN SL; HALL CR; FORD DA; GROSS RW
      ISOLATION OF A HUMAN MYOCARDIAL CYTOSOLIC PHOSPHOLIPASE-A(2) ISOFORM - FAST-ATOM-BOMBARDMENT MASS SPECTROSCOPIC AND REVERSE-PHASE HIGH-PRESSURE LIQUID-CHROMATOGRAPHY IDENTIFICATION OF CHOLINE AND ETHANOLAMINE GLYCEROPHOSPHOLIPID SUBSTRATES

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    61. HAZEN SL; GROSS RW
      THE SPECIFIC ASSOCIATION OF A PHOSPHOFRUCTOKINASE ISOFORM WITH MYOCARDIAL CALCIUM-INDEPENDENT PHOSPHOLIPASE-A2 - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE COORDINATED REGULATION OF PHOSPHOLIPOLYSIS AND GLYCOLYSIS

      The Journal of biological chemistry


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