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    1. Rai, AM; Orlando, RC
      Gastroesophageal reflux disease

      CURRENT OPINION IN GASTROENTEROLOGY
    2. Tobey, NA; Hosseini, SS; Caymaz-Bor, C; Wyatt, HR; Orlando, GS; Orlando, RC
      The role of pepsin in acid injury to esophageal epithelium

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF GASTROENTEROLOGY
    3. Rai, AM; Orlando, RC
      Gastroesophageal reflux disease

      CURRENT OPINION IN GASTROENTEROLOGY
    4. Abdulnour-Nakhoul, S; Nakhoul, NL; Orlando, RC
      Lumen-to-surface pH gradients in opossum and rabbit esophagi: role of submucosal glands

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-GASTROINTESTINAL AND LIVER PHYSIOLOGY
    5. DiPalma, JA; DeRidder, PH; Orlando, RC; Kolts, BE; Cleveland, MV
      A randomized, placebo-controlled, multicenter study of the safety and efficacy of a new polyethylene glycol laxative

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF GASTROENTEROLOGY
    6. Orlando, RC
      Pathophysiology of gastroesophageal reflux disease - Offensive factors andtissue resistance

      GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX DISEASE
    7. Tobey, NA; Sikka, D; Marten, E; Caymaz-Bor, C; Hosseini, SS; Orlando, RC
      Effect of heat stress on rabbit esophageal epithelium

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-GASTROINTESTINAL AND LIVER PHYSIOLOGY
    8. Abdulnour-Nakhoul, S; Bor, S; Imeryuz, N; Orlando, RC
      Mechanisms of basolateral Na+ transport in rabbit esophageal epithelial cells

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-GASTROINTESTINAL AND LIVER PHYSIOLOGY
    9. Bor, S; Bor-Caymaz, C; Tobey, NA; Abdulnour-Nakhoul, S; Orlando, RC
      Esophageal exposure to ethanol increases risk of acid damage in rabbit esophagus

      DIGESTIVE DISEASES AND SCIENCES
    10. Carlsson, R; Fandriks, L; Jonsson, C; Lundell, L; Orlando, RC
      Is the esophageal squamous epithelial barrier function impaired in patients with gastroesophageal reflux disease?

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF GASTROENTEROLOGY
    11. Long, JD; Orlando, RC
      Esophageal submucosal glands: Structure and function

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF GASTROENTEROLOGY
    12. BOR S; ABDULNOURNAKHOUL S; ORLANDO RC
      THE EFFECT OF ETHANOL ON SODIUM ENTRY INTO RABBIT ESOPHAGEAL EPITHELIAL-CELLS

      Journal of investigative medicine
    13. ABDULNOURNAKHOUL S; ORLANDO RC
      ACID-INDUCED CHANGES IN SURFACE PH OF OPOSSUM ESOPHAGUS

      Journal of investigative medicine
    14. ORLANDO RC
      REVIEW ARTICLE - ESOPHAGEAL MUCOSAL RESISTANCE

      Alimentary pharmacology & therapeutics
    15. RAI AM; ORLANDO RC
      GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX DISEASE

      Current opinion in gastroenterology
    16. Revicki, DA; Sorensen, S; Maton, PN; Orlando, RC
      Health-related quality of life outcomes of omeprazole versus ranitidine inpoorly responsive symptomatic gastroesophageal reflux disease

      DIGESTIVE DISEASES
    17. BOR S; CAYMAZBOR C; TOBEY NA; ABDULNOURNAKHOUL S; MARTEN E; ORLANDO RC
      EFFECT OF ETHANOL ON THE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF RABBIT ESOPHAGEAL EPITHELIUM

      American journal of physiology: Gastrointestinal and liver physiology
    18. ABDULNOURNAKHOUL S; CAYMAZBOR C; ORLANDO RC
      CHLORIDE TRANSPORT IN RABBIT ESOPHAGEAL EPITHELIAL-CELLS

      Gastroenterology
    19. BOR S; CAYMAZBOR C; TOBEY NA; ORLANDO RC
      IN-VITRO EFFECTS OF ETHANOL AND CIGARETTE-SMOKE ON THE SQUAMOUS EPITHELIUM OF RABBIT ORAL CAVITY

      Gastroenterology
    20. BOR S; CAYMAZBOR C; TOBEY NA; ABDULNOURNAKHOUL S; ORLANDO RC
      EFFECTS OF ETHANOL ON ESOPHAGEAL EPITHELIUM AND ITS RESISTANCE TO ACID INJURY IN-VIVO

      Gastroenterology
    21. TOBEY NA; KOVES G; ORLANDO RC
      HUMAN ESOPHAGEAL EPITHELIAL-CELLS POSSESS AN NA+ H+ EXCHANGER FOR H+ EXTRUSION/

      The American journal of gastroenterology
    22. LONG JD; ORLANDO RC
      EICOSANOIDS AND THE ESOPHAGUS

      Digestive diseases
    23. LONG JD; MARTEN E; TOBEY NA; ORLANDO RC
      EFFECTS OF LUMINAL HYPERTONICITY ON RABBIT ESOPHAGEAL EPITHELIUM

      American journal of physiology: Gastrointestinal and liver physiology
    24. ABDULNOURNAKHOUL S; ORLANDO RC
      THE LUMEN-TO-SURFACE PH GRADIENT IN OPOSSUM ESOPHAGUS

      Gastroenterology
    25. ABDULNOURNAKHOUL S; BOR S; ORLANDO RC
      MECHANISMS OF CELLULAR SODIUM-TRANSPORT IN THE RABBIT ESOPHAGEAL EPITHELIUM

      Gastroenterology
    26. AWAYDA MS; ORLANDO RC
      IDENTIFICATION OF A MEMBRANE-TENSION SENSITIVE POTASSIUM-CHANNEL CANDIDATE IN ESOPHAGEAL EPITHELIA

      Gastroenterology
    27. BOR S; MARTEN E; TOBEY NA; ABDULNOURNAKHOUL S; ORLANDO RC
      ACUTE EFFECT OF ETHANOL ON THE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF RABBIT ESOPHAGEAL EPITHELIUM

      Gastroenterology
    28. BOR S; TOBEY NA; ABDULNOURNAKHOUL S; MARTEN E; ORLANDO RC
      ETHANOL PREDISPOSES TO ACID DAMAGE IN RABBIT ESOPHAGUS

      Gastroenterology
    29. DIPALMA JA; DERIDDER PH; ORLANDO RC; KOLTS BE; CLEVELAND MVB
      A RANDOMIZED, PLACEBO-CONTROLLED, MULTICENTER STUDY OF THE SAFETY ANDEFFICACY OF BRAINTREE-851-LAXATIVE

      Gastroenterology
    30. TOBEY NA; KOVES G; ORLANDO RC
      HCL-INDUCED CELL EDEMA IN PRIMARY CULTURED RABBIT ESOPHAGEAL EPITHELIUM

      Gastroenterology
    31. ORLANDO RC
      THE PATHOGENESIS OF GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX DISEASE - THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EPITHELIAL DEFENSE, DYSMOTILITY, AND ACID EXPOSURE

      The American journal of gastroenterology
    32. KAHRILAS PJ; ORLANDO RC; SONTAG SJ; LECHAGO J; RICHTER JE; FRESTON JW; PEURA DA; HIRSCHOWITZ BI
      THE PATHOGENESIS OF GERD - THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EPITHELIAL DEFENSE, DYSMOTILITY, AND ACID EXPOSURE - PANEL DISCUSSION

      The American journal of gastroenterology
    33. MATON PN; HOWDEN CW; FRESTON JW; TOLMAN KG; HUNT RH; HIRSCHOWITZ BI; SONTAG SJ; ORLANDO RC
      OPTIMIZING THE PHARMACOLOGY OF ACID CONTROL IN ACID-RELATED DISORDERS- PANEL DISCUSSION

      The American journal of gastroenterology
    34. TOBEY NA; ORLANDO RC
      FLUORESCENCE MICROSCOPY FOR THE MONITORING OF HC1-INDUCED CHANGES IN ESOPHAGEAL EPITHELIAL-CELL VOLUME

      Journal of investigative medicine
    35. LONG JD; MARTEN E; TOBEY NA; ORLANDO RC
      INCREASING PARACELLULAR PERMEABILITY WORSENS SUSCEPTIBILITY TO ACID INJURY IN RABBIT ESOPHAGEAL EPITHELIUM

      Journal of investigative medicine
    36. SIKKA D; MARTEN E; TOBEY NA; ORLANDO RC
      EFFECT OF HEAT ON THE BARRIER AND TRANSPORT FUNCTIONS OF ESOPHAGEAL EPITHELIUM

      Journal of investigative medicine
    37. CAWTHON TH; LONG JD; ORLANDO RC; JEFFORDS PR; BLESSE SA; BUDA AJ; LEFER DJ
      LEUKOCYTE-ENDOTHELIAL CELL-ADHESION MOLECULES IN GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX DISEASE

      Journal of investigative medicine
    38. LONG JD; MARTEN E; KOVES G; TOBEY NA; ORLANDO RC
      EFFECTS OF LUMINAL HYPERTONICITY ON RABBIT ESOPHAGEAL EPITHELIAL STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION

      Journal of investigative medicine
    39. TOBEY NA; CARSON JL; ALKIEK RA; ORLANDO RC
      DILATED INTERCELLULAR SPACES - A MORPHOLOGICAL FEATURE OF ACID REFLUX-DAMAGED HUMAN ESOPHAGEAL EPITHELIUM

      Gastroenterology
    40. LONG JD; MARTEN E; TOBEY NA; ORLANDO RC
      THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ESOPHAGEAL EPITHELIAL PARACELLULAR PERMEABILITY AND SUSCEPTIBILITY TO INJURY BY LUMINAL HCL

      Gastroenterology
    41. LONG JD; MARTEN E; KOVES G; TOBEY NA; ORLANDO RC
      THE EFFECT OF LUMINAL HYPERTONICITY ON ESOPHAGEAL EPITHELIAL TRANSPORT AND BARRIER FUNCTION IN THE RABBIT

      Gastroenterology
    42. ROSSOWSKI WJ; TOBEY NA; CHENG BL; COY DH; ORLANDO RC
      VAGAL-STIMULATION OF OPOSSUM ESOPHAGEAL SUBMUCOSAL GLAND BICARBONATE SECRETION

      Gastroenterology
    43. SIKKA D; MARTEN E; TOBEY NA; ORLANDO RC
      EFFECT OF HEAT ON THE BARRIER AND TRANSPORT FUNCTIONS OF RABBIT ESOPHAGEAL EPITHELIUM

      Gastroenterology
    44. TOBEY NA; ORLANDO RC
      HCL-INDUCED EDEMA IDENTIFIED BY FLUORESCENCE MICROSCOPY IN PRIMARY CULTURED RABBIT ESOPHAGEAL EPITHELIAL-CELLS

      Gastroenterology
    45. ORLANDO RC
      WHY IS THE HIGH-GRADE INHIBITION OF GASTRIC-ACID SECRETION AFFORDED BY PROTON PUMP INHIBITORS OFTEN REQUIRED FOR HEALING OF REFLUX ESOPHAGITIS - AN EPITHELIAL PERSPECTIVE

      The American journal of gastroenterology
    46. ORLANDO RC
      REFLUX ESOPHAGITIS - OVERVIEW

      Scandinavian journal of gastroenterology
    47. TOBEY NA; CRAGOE EJ; ORLANDO RC
      HCL-INDUCED CELL EDEMA IN RABBIT ESOPHAGEAL EPITHELIUM - A BUMETANIDE-SENSITIVE PROCESS

      Gastroenterology
    48. CHAPARALA RC; TOBEY NA; ORLANDO RC
      EFFECT OF HCL, HCL PLUS PEPSIN OR HCL PLUS BILE-SALTS ON INJURY TO RABBIT ESOPHAGEAL EPITHELIUM

      Gastroenterology
    49. ROSSOWSKI WJ; TOBEY NA; CHENG BL; COY DH; ORLANDO RC
      BOMBESIN STIMULATES ESOPHAGEAL SUBMUCOSAL GLAND BICARBONATE SECRETIONIN OPOSSUMS

      Gastroenterology
    50. ROSSOWSKI WJ; TOBEY NA; ORLANDO RC; CHENG BL; JIANG NY
      SPECIES-SPECIFIC RESPONSES TO POTENT BOMBESIN RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS

      Gastroenterology
    51. TOBEY NA; CARSON JL; ALKEIK RA; ORLANDO RC
      DILATED INTERCELLULAR SPACES - A MARKER OF REFLUX DAMAGE TO HUMAN ESOPHAGEAL EPITHELIUM

      Gastroenterology
    52. TOBEY NA; CRAGOE EJ; ORLANDO RC
      HCL-INDUCED CELL EDEMA IN RABBIT ESOPHAGEAL EPITHELIUM - A BUMETANIDE-SENSITIVE PROCESS

      Gastroenterology
    53. KHALBUSS WE; MAROUSIS CG; SUBRAMANYAM M; ORLANDO RC
      EFFECT OF HCL ON TRANSMEMBRANE POTENTIALS AND INTRACELLULAR PH IN RABBIT ESOPHAGEAL EPITHELIUM

      Gastroenterology
    54. HOWDEN CW; CASTELL DO; COHEN S; FRESTON JW; ORLANDO RC; ROBINSON M
      THE RATIONALE FOR CONTINUOUS MAINTENANCE TREATMENT OF REFLUX ESOPHAGITIS

      Archives of internal medicine
    55. ORLANDO RC; FERNANDES EAN; SZIKSZAY M
      TRACE-ELEMENTS IN A PROFILE OF THE UNSATURATED ZOINE OF THE SAO-PAULOBASIN

      Journal of radioanalytical and nuclear chemistry
    56. RAMOS MV; WYATT HR; TOBEY NA; ORLANDO RC
      EFFECT OF HCL ON THE DEATH OF RABBIT ESOPHAGEAL EPITHELIAL-CELLS

      Gastroenterology
    57. WYATT HR; RAMOS MV; TOBEY NA; ORLANDO RC
      EFFECT OF HCL ON RABBIT ESOPHAGEAL EPITHELIAL-CELL VOLUME

      Gastroenterology
    58. JEONG KK; TOBEY NA; WYATT HR; ORLANDO RC
      THE EFFECT OF EXTRACELLULAR ACIDIFICATION (HCL) ON INTRACELLULAR PH IN RABBIT ESOPHAGEAL EPITHELIAL-CELLS

      Gastroenterology
    59. HAMILTON BH; TOBEY NA; STARNES MC; SCHREINER VJ; ORLANDO RC
      EFFECT OF ADRENERGIC AND CHOLINERGIC AGENTS ON ESOPHAGEAL BICARBONATESECRETION IN OPOSSUMS

      The American journal of physiology
    60. ORLANDO RC
      ESOPHAGEAL EPITHELIAL DEFENSES AGAINST ACID INJURY

      The American journal of gastroenterology
    61. TOBEY NA; REDDY SP; KEKU TO; CRAGOE EJ; ORLANDO RC
      MECHANISMS OF HCL-INDUCED LOWERING OF INTRACELLULAR PH IN RABBIT ESOPHAGEAL EPITHELIAL-CELLS

      Gastroenterology
    62. KHALBUSS WE; ALKEIK R; MAROUSIS CG; GRAGOE EJ; ORLANDO RC
      LOCALIZATION OF NA H EXCHANGE TO THE BASOLATERAL MEMBRANE OF RABBIT ESOPHAGEAL EPITHELIAL-CELLS/

      Gastroenterology
    63. KHALBUSS WE; MAROUSIS CG; ORLANDO RC
      EFFECT OF HC1 ON INTRACELLULAR PH AND MEMBRANE VOLTAGE IN RABBIT ESOPHAGEAL EPITHELIAL-CELLS

      Gastroenterology
    64. KHALBUSS WE; ALKIEK R; MAROUSIS CG; ORLANDO RC
      POTASSIUM CONDUCTANCE IN RABBIT ESOPHAGEAL EPITHELIUM

      The American journal of physiology


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