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    1. Hughes, PE; Oertli, B; Han, JW; Ginsberg, MH
      R-Ras regulation of integrin function

      REGULATORS AND EFFECTORS OF SMALL GTPASES, PT G
    2. Felding-Habermann, B; O'Toole, TE; Smith, JW; Fransvea, E; Ruggeri, ZM; Ginsberg, MH; Hughes, PE; Pampori, N; Shattil, SJ; Saven, A; Mueller, BM
      Integrin activation controls metastasis in human breast cancer

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    3. Ramos, JW; Hughes, PE; Renshaw, MW; Schwartz, MA; Formstecher, E; Chneiweiss, H; Ginsberg, MH
      Death effector domain protein PEA-15 potentiates Ras activation of extracellular signal receptor-activated kinase by an adhesion-independent mechanism

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    4. Oertli, B; Han, J; Marte, BM; Sethi, T; Downward, J; Ginsberg, M; Hughes, PE
      The effector loop and prenylation site of R-Ras are involved in the regulation of integrin function

      ONCOGENE
    5. Alexi, T; Borlongan, CV; Faull, RLM; Williams, CE; Clark, RG; Gluckman, PD; Hughes, PE
      Neuroprotective strategies for basal ganglia degeneration: Parkinson's andHuntington's diseases

      PROGRESS IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    6. Alexi, T; Faull, RLM; Hughes, PE
      Variable susceptibility to neurotoxicity of systemic 5-nitropropionic acid

      MITOCHONDRIAL INHIBITORS AND NEURODEGENERATIVE DISORDERS
    7. Sethi, T; Ginsberg, MH; Downward, J; Hughes, PE
      The small GTP-binding protein R-Ras can influence integrin activation by antagonizing a Ras/Raf-initiated integrin suppression pathway

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    8. Hughes, PE; Thorogood, KL
      A note on the effects of contact frequency and time of day of boar exposure on the efficacy of the boar effect

      ANIMAL REPRODUCTION SCIENCE
    9. Hughes, PE; Alexi, T; Williams, CE; Clark, RG; Gluckman, PD
      Administration of recombinant human Activin-A has powerful neurotrophic effects on select striatal phenotypes in the quinolinic acid lesion model of Huntington's disease

      NEUROSCIENCE
    10. Hughes, PE; Alexi, T; Walton, M; Williams, CE; Dragunow, M; Clark, RG; Gluckman, PD
      Activity and injury-dependent expression of inducible transcription factors, growth factors and apoptosis-related genes within the central nervous system

      PROGRESS IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    11. Alexi, T; Hughes, PE; van Roon-Mom, WMC; Faull, RLM; Williams, CE; Clark, RG; Gluckman, PD
      The IGF-I amino-terminal tripeptide glycine-proline-glutamate (GPE) is neuroprotective to striatum in the quinolinic acid lesion animal model of Huntington's disease

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    12. Wu, DD; Lai, M; Hughes, PE; Sirimanne, E; Gluckman, PD; Williams, CE
      Expression of the activin axis and neuronal rescue effects of recombinant activin A following hypoxic-ischemic brain injury in the infant rat

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    13. Law, DA; Nannizzi-Alaimo, L; Ministri, K; Hughes, PE; Forsyth, J; Turner, M; Shattil, SJ; Ginsberg, MH; Tybulewicz, VLJ; Phillips, DR
      Genetic and pharmacological analyses of Syk function in alpha(IIb)beta(3) signaling in platelets

      BLOOD
    14. HUGHES PE; PFAFF M
      INTEGRIN AFFINITY MODULATION

      Trends in cell biology
    15. ALEXI T; HUGHES PE; FAULL RLM; WILLIAMS CE
      3-NITROPROPIONIC ACIDS LETHAL TRIPLET - COOPERATIVE PATHWAYS OF NEURODEGENERATION

      NeuroReport
    16. RAMOS JW; HUGHES PE; ROSE DM; GINSBERG MH
      A NOVEL REGULATOR OF AN INTEGRIN SUPPRESSION PATHWAY INDUCES ANCHORAGE-INDEPENDENT CELL-GROWTH

      The FASEB journal
    17. KOUTSOTHEODOROS F; HUGHES PE; PARR RA; DUNSHEA FR; FRY RC; TILTON JE
      THE EFFECTS OF POST-WEANING PROGESTAGEN TREATMENT (REGUMATE) OF EARLY-WEANED PRIMIPAROUS SOWS ON SUBSEQUENT REPRODUCTIVE-PERFORMANCE

      Animal reproduction science
    18. TURNER AI; HEMSWORTH PH; HUGHES PE; CANNY BJ; TILBROOK AJ
      THE EFFECT OF REPEATED BOAR EXPOSURE ON CORTISOL SECRETION AND REPRODUCTION IN GILTS

      Animal reproduction science
    19. HUGHES PE
      EFFECTS OF PARITY, SEASON AND BOAR CONTACT ON THE REPRODUCTIVE-PERFORMANCE OF WEANED SOWS

      Livestock production science
    20. HUGHES PE; YOUNG D; PRESTON KM; YAN Q; DRAGUNOW M
      DIFFERENTIAL REGULATION BY MK801 OF IMMEDIATE-EARLY GENES, BRAIN-DERIVED NEUROTROPHIC FACTOR AND TRK RECEPTOR MESSENGER-RNA INDUCED BY A KINDLING AFTER-DISCHARGE

      Molecular brain research
    21. HURLEY JP; COWELL SE; SHAFER MM; HUGHES PE
      TRIBUTARY LOADING OF MERCURY TO LAKE MICHIGAN - IMPORTANCE OF SEASONAL EVENTS AND PHASE PARTITIONING

      Science of the total environment
    22. Ramos, JW; Kojima, TK; Hughes, PE; Fenczik, CA; Ginsberg, MH
      The death effector domain of PEA-15 is involved in its regulation of integrin activation

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    23. ALEXI T; HUGHES PE; KNUSEL B; TOBIN AJ
      METABOLIC COMPROMISE WITH SYSTEMIC 3-NITROPROPIONIC ACID PRODUCES STRIATAL APOPTOSIS IN SPRAGUE-DAWLEY RATS BUT NOT IN BALB C BYJ MICE/

      Experimental neurology
    24. HURLEY JP; COWELL SE; SHAFER MM; HUGHES PE
      PARTITIONING AND TRANSPORT OF TOTAL AND METHYL MERCURY IN THE LOWER FOX RIVER, WISCONSIN

      Environmental science & technology
    25. TURNER AI; HEMSWORTH PH; HUGHES PE; TILBROOK AJ
      REPEATED ACUTE ACTIVATION OF THE HYPOTHALAMOPITUITARY-ADRENAL AXIS PRIOR TO AND DURING ESTRUS DID NOT AFFECT REPRODUCTIVE-PERFORMANCE IN GILTS

      Biology of reproduction
    26. HUGHES PE; ALEXI T; SCHREIBER SS
      A ROLE FOR THE TUMOR-SUPPRESSOR GENE P53 IN REGULATING NEURONAL APOPTOSIS

      NeuroReport
    27. HUGHES PE; ALEXI T; DRAGUNOW M
      CYCLOHEXIMIDE PHASE-SHIFTS, BUT DOES NOT PREVENT, DE-NOVO KROX-24 PROTEIN EXPRESSION

      NeuroReport
    28. LAI M; GLUCKMAN P; DRAGUNOW M; HUGHES PE
      FOCAL BRAIN INJURY INCREASES ACTIVIN BETA-A MESSENGER-RNA EXPRESSION IN HIPPOCAMPAL-NEURONS

      NeuroReport
    29. HUGHES PE; PHILIP G; SISWADI R
      THE EFFECTS OF CONTACT FREQUENCY AND TRANSPORT ON THE EFFICACY OF THEBOAR EFFECT

      Animal reproduction science
    30. HUGHES PE; ALEXI T; HEFTI F; KNUSEL B
      AXOTOMIZED SEPTAL CHOLINERGIC NEURONS RESCUED BY NERVE GROWTH-FACTOR OR NEUROTROPHIN-4 5 FAIL TO EXPRESS THE INDUCIBLE TRANSCRIPTION FACTORC-JUN/

      Neuroscience
    31. HUGHES PE; RENSHAW MW; PFAFF M; FORSYTH J; KEIVENS VM; SCHWARTZ MA; GINSBERG MH
      SUPPRESSION OF INTEGRIN ACTIVATION - A NOVEL FUNCTION OF A RAS RAF-INITIATED MAP KINASE PATHWAY/

      Cell
    32. FENCZIK CA; SETHI T; RAMOS JW; HUGHES PE; GINSBERG MH
      COMPLEMENTATION OF DOMINANT SUPPRESSION IMPLICATES CD98 IN INTEGRIN ACTIVATION

      Nature
    33. TRITTON SM; KING RH; CAMPBELL RG; EDWARDS AC; HUGHES PE
      THE EFFECTS OF DIETARY-PROTEIN AND ENERGY-LEVELS OF DIETS OFFERED DURING LACTATION ON THE LACTATIONAL AND SUBSEQUENT REPRODUCTIVE-PERFORMANCE OF FIRST-LITTER SOWS

      Animal Science
    34. WU CY; HUGHES PE; GINSBERG MH; MCDONALD JA
      IDENTIFICATION OF A NEW BIOLOGICAL FUNCTION FOR THE INTEGRIN ALPHA(V)BETA(3) - INITIATION OF FIBRONECTIN MATRIX ASSEMBLY

      Cell adhesion and communication
    35. QIAO XX; HUGHES PE; VENERO JL; DUGICHDJORDJEVIC MM; NICHOLS NR; HEFTI F; KNUSEL B
      NT-4 5 PROTECTS AGAINST ADRENALECTOMY-INDUCED APOPTOSIS OF RAT HIPPOCAMPAL GRANULE CELLS/

      NeuroReport
    36. TOZER EC; HUGHES PE; LOFTUS JC
      LIGAND-BINDING AND AFFINITY MODULATION OF INTEGRINS

      Biochemistry and cell biology
    37. CHAMBERLAIN TS; HUGHES PE
      THE INFLUENCE OF MATING FREQUENCY AND NUTRITION ON THE STIMULUS VALUEOF BOARS

      Animal reproduction science
    38. HUGHES PE; ALEXI T; YOSHIDA T; SCHREIBER SS; KNUSEL B
      EXCITOTOXIC LESION OF RAT-BRAIN WITH QUINOLINIC ACID INDUCES EXPRESSION OF P53 MESSENGER-RNA AND PROTEIN AND P53-INDUCIBLE GENES BAX AND GADD-45 IN BRAIN-AREAS SHOWING DNA FRAGMENTATION

      Neuroscience
    39. HENRY FS; COLLINS MW; HUGHES PE; HOW TV
      NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF STEADY FLOW IN PROXIMAL AND DISTAL END-TO-SIDE ANASTOMOSES

      Journal of biomechanical engineering
    40. HUGHES PE
      COMPUTER-AIDED TEXT-RECONSTRUCTION AND TRANSCRIPTION - CATT-MANUAL - LANGE,A

      Journal of semitic studies
    41. HUGHES PE; HOW TV
      EFFECTS OF GEOMETRY AND FLOW DIVISION ON FLOW STRUCTURES IN MODELS OFTHE DISTAL END-TO-SIDE ANASTOMOSIS

      Journal of biomechanics
    42. HUGHES PE; DIAZGONZALEZ F; LEONG L; WU CY; MCDONALD JA; SHATTIL SJ; GINSBERG MH
      BREAKING THE INTEGRIN HINGE - A DEFINED STRUCTURAL CONSTRAINT REGULATES INTEGRIN SIGNALING

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    43. YOSHIDA T; OKAZAKI T; HUGHES PE; SCHNEIDER EL; MORI N
      CLONING OF RAT GADD45 GENE AND INDUCTION ANALYSIS FOLLOWING IONIZING-RADIATION IN-VIVO

      FEBS letters
    44. HURLEY JP; SHAFER MM; COWELL SE; OVERDIER JT; HUGHES PE; ARMSTRONG DE
      TRACE-METAL ASSESSMENT OF LAKE-MICHIGAN TRIBUTARIES USING LOW-LEVEL TECHNIQUES

      Environmental science & technology
    45. HUGHES PE; SHORTLAND AP; HOW TV
      VISUALIZATION OF VORTEX SHEDDING AT THE PROXIMAL SIDE-TO-END ARTERY-GRAFT ANASTOMOSIS

      Biorheology
    46. TURNER AI; HEMSWORTH PH; HUGHES PE; TILBROOK AJ
      INTRODUCTION OF GILTS TO BOARS ELEVATED PLASMA-CORTISOL BUT DID NOT AFFECT REPRODUCTION

      Biology of reproduction
    47. GINSBERG M; WILLIAMS M; HUGHES PE; MUIR T; KENT SB; CHEN YP; LEONG L; OTOOLE T; SHATTIL S
      BIDIRECTIONAL SIGNALING THROUGH INTEGRINS

      The FASEB journal
    48. PEACOCK AJ; HUGHES PE
      THE EFFECTS OF DAILY EXPOSURE TO ESTROUS OR ANESTROUS GILTS AND SOWS ON THE ATTAINMENT OF PUBERTY IN THE GILT

      Animal reproduction science
    49. PHILIP G; HUGHES PE
      THE EFFECTS OF CONTACT FREQUENCY AND SEASON ON THE EFFICACY OF THE BOAR EFFECT

      Animal reproduction science
    50. HUGHES PE; HOW TV
      FLOW STRUCTURES AT THE PROXIMAL SIDE-TO-END ANASTOMOSIS - INFLUENCE OF GEOMETRY AND FLOW DIVISION

      Journal of biomechanical engineering
    51. LEONG L; HUGHES PE; SCHWARTZ MA; GINSBERG MH; SHATTIL SJ
      INTEGRIN SIGNALING - ROLES FOR THE CYTOPLASMIC TAILS OF ALPHA(IIB)BETA(3) IN THE TYROSINE PHOSPHORYLATION OF PP125(FAK)

      Journal of Cell Science
    52. HUGHES PE; OTOOLE TE; YLANNE J; SHATTIL SJ; GINSBERG MH
      THE CONSERVED MEMBRANE-PROXIMAL REGION OF AN INTEGRIN CYTOPLASMIC DOMAIN SPECIFIES LIGAND-BINDING AFFINITY

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    53. SISWADI R; HUGHES PE
      THE EFFICACY OF THE BOAR EFFECT WHEN CONDUCTED IN A MODIFIED DETECTION-MATING AREA (DMA)

      Australian Journal of Agricultural Research
    54. HUGHES PE
      THE ROLE OF CONTACT FREQUENCY IN MODIFYING THE EFFICACY OF THE BOAR EFFECT

      Animal reproduction science
    55. HUGHES PE
      THE INFLUENCE OF BOAR LIBIDO ON THE EFFICACY OF THE BOAR EFFECT

      Animal reproduction science
    56. HUGHES PE; HANDFORD PA; AUSTEN DEG; BROWNLEE GG
      PROTEIN ENGINEERING OF THE HYDROPHOBIC DOMAIN OF HUMAN FACTOR-IX

      Protein engineering
    57. HUGHES PE; HOW TV
      PULSATILE VELOCITY DISTRIBUTION AND WALL SHEAR RATE MEASUREMENT USINGPULSED DOPPLER ULTRASOUND

      Journal of biomechanics
    58. HUGHES PE
      THE EFFECTS OF DURATION OF BOAR EXPOSURE, NUMBER OF GILTS IN THE EXPOSURE GROUP AND SIZE OF THE EXPOSURE PEN ON THE EFFICACY OF THE BOAR EFFECT

      Animal reproduction science
    59. HUGHES PE; HOW TV
      QUANTITATIVE MEASUREMENT OF WALL SHEAR RATE BY PULSED DOPPLER ULTRASOUND

      Journal of medical engineering & technology
    60. HUGHES PE; MORGAN G; ROONEY EK; BROWNLEE GG; HANDFORD P
      TYROSINE-69 OF THE 1ST EPIDERMAL GROWTH FACTOR-LIKE DOMAIN OF HUMAN FACTOR-IX IS ESSENTIAL FOR CLOTTING ACTIVITY

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    61. HUGHES PE
      THE EFFECTS OF FOOD LEVEL DURING LACTATION AND EARLY GESTATION ON THEREPRODUCTIVE-PERFORMANCE OF MATURE SOWS

      Animal Production


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