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    1. Rajvanshi, P; McDonald, GB
      Expanding the use of transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunts for veno-occlusive disease

      LIVER TRANSPLANTATION
    2. Rajvanshi, P; Atac, BS; Seno, R; Gupta, S
      Gallbladder vasculitis associated with type-1 cryoglobulinemia

      DIGESTIVE DISEASES AND SCIENCES
    3. Rajvanshi, P; McDonald, GB
      Subconjunctival hemorrhage as a complication of endoscopy

      GASTROINTESTINAL ENDOSCOPY
    4. Gupta, S; Rajvanshi, P; Malhi, H; Slehria, S; Sokhi, RP; Vasa, SRG; Dabeva, M; Shafritz, DA; Kerr, A
      Cell transplantation causes loss of gap junctions and activates GGT expression permanently in host liver

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-GASTROINTESTINAL AND LIVER PHYSIOLOGY
    5. Sokhi, RP; Rajvanshi, P; Gupta, S
      Transplanted reporter cells help in defining onset of hepatocyte proliferation during the life of F344 rats

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-GASTROINTESTINAL AND LIVER PHYSIOLOGY
    6. Bhargava, KK; Palestro, CJ; Camaya, MV; Rajvanshi, P; Gupta, S
      Radionuclide analysis of drug-induced blood-pool changes in liver and other organs

      JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MEDICINE
    7. Gagandeep, S; Rajvanshi, P; Sokhi, RP; Slehria, S; Palestro, CJ; Bhargava, KK; Gupta, S
      Transplanted hepatocytes engraft, survive, and proliferate in the liver ofrats with carbon tetrachloride-induced cirrhosis

      JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY
    8. Gupta, S; Rajvanshi, P; Irani, AN; Palestro, CJ; Bhargava, KK
      Integration and proliferation of transplanted cells in hepatic parenchyma following D-galactosamine-induced acute injury in F344 rats

      JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY
    9. Malhi, H; Irani, AN; Rajvanshi, P; Suadicani, SO; Spray, DC; McDonald, TV; Gupta, S
      K-ATP channels regulate mitogenically induced proliferation in primary rathepatocytes and human liver cell lines - Implications for liver growth control and potential therapeutic targeting

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    10. Gupta, S; Rajvanshi, P; Sokhi, R; Slehria, S; Yam, A; Kerr, A; Novikoff, PM
      Entry and integration of transplanted hepatocytes in rat liver plates occur by disruption of hepatic sinusoidal endothelium

      HEPATOLOGY
    11. Sigal, SH; Rajvanshi, P; Gorla, GR; Sokhi, RP; Saxena, R; Gebhard, DR; Reid, LM; Gupta, S
      Partial hepatectomy-induced polyploidy attenuates hepatocyte replication and activates cell aging events

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-GASTROINTESTINAL AND LIVER PHYSIOLOGY
    12. Gupta, S; Rajvanshi, P; Aragona, E; Lee, CD; Yerneni, PR; Burk, RD
      Transplanted hepatocytes proliferate differently after CCl4 treatment and hepatocyte growth factor infusion

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-GASTROINTESTINAL AND LIVER PHYSIOLOGY
    13. Rajvanshi, P; Fabrega, A; Bhargava, KK; Kerr, A; Pollak, R; Blanchard, J; Palestro, CJ; Gupta, S
      Rapid clearance of transplanted hepatocytes from pulmonary capillaries in rats indicates a wide safety margin of liver repopulation and the potentialof using surrogate albumin particles for safety analysis

      JOURNAL OF HEPATOLOGY
    14. Ott, M; Rajvanshi, P; Sokhi, RP; Alpini, G; Aragona, E; Dabeva, M; Shafritz, DA; Gupta, S
      Differentiation-specific regulation of transgene expression in a diploid epithelial, cell line derived from the normal F344 rat liver

      JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY
    15. Gupta, S; Rajvanshi, P; Sokhi, RP; Vaidya, S; Irani, AN; Gorla, GR
      Position-specific gene expression in the liver lobule is directed by the microenvironment and not by the previous cell differentiation state

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    16. RAJVANSHI P; BHARGAVA KK; AFRIYIE M; CAMAYA MV; GAGANDEEP S; VASA SRG; PALESTRO CJ; GUPTA S
      HUMAN SERUM-ALBUMIN MICROSPHERES APPROXIMATE INITIAL ORGAN-SPECIFIC BIODISTRIBUTIONS OF TRANSPLANTED HEPATOCYTES AND ARE EFFECTIVE CELL SURROGATES FOR SAFETY STUDIES

      Cell transplantation
    17. SLEHRIA S; GAGANDEEP S; RAJVANSHI P; SOKHI R; FURGIUELE J; BHARGAVA K; PALESTRO C; GUPTA S
      LONG-TERM LIVER REPOPULATION WITH TRANSPLANTED HEPATOCYTES IN CIRRHOTIC F344 RATS

      Hepatology
    18. RAJVANSHI P; SOKHI RP; SLEHRIA S; KERR A; NOVIKOFF PM; GUPTA S
      DISRUPTION OF SINUSOIDAL ENDOTHELIAL BARRIERS DURING LIVER REPOPULATION WITH TRANSPLANTED HEPATOCYTES

      Gastroenterology
    19. RAJVANSHI P; SIGAL S; SOKHI R; REID LM; GUPTA S
      MECHANISMS OF HEPATOCELLULAR PROLIFERATION DURING EARLY-LIFE AND SENESCENCE IN THE F344 RAT

      Gastroenterology
    20. RAJVANSHI P; LIU DL; OTT M; GAGANDEEP S; SCHILSKY ML; GUPTA S
      FRACTIONATION OF RAT HEPATOCYTE SUBPOPULATIONS WITH VARYING METABOLICPOTENTIAL, PROLIFERATIVE CAPACITY, AND RETROVIRAL GENE-TRANSFER EFFICIENCY

      Experimental cell research
    21. GUPTA S; VASA SRG; RAJVANSHI P; ZUCKIER LS; PALESTRO CJ; BHARGAVA KK
      ANALYSIS OF HEPATOCYTE DISTRIBUTION AND SURVIVAL IN VASCULAR BEDS WITH CELLS MARKED BY TC-99M OR ENDOGENOUS DIPEPTIDYL PEPTIDASE-IV ACTIVITY

      Cell transplantation
    22. GUPTA S; RAJVANSHI P; SOKHI RP; BURK RD
      MECHANISMS DETERMINING AUGMENTATION OF THE TRANSPLANTED HEPATOCYTE MASS WITH GROWTH-STIMULATING SIGNALS

      Hepatology
    23. GUPTA S; RAJVANSHI P; SOKHI RP
      POSITION-SPECIFIC GENE-EXPRESSION IN THE LIVER LOBULE IS DIRECTED BY THE MICROENVIRONMENT AND NOT CELL-DIFFERENTIATION STATES - ANALYSIS WITH HEPATOCYTE TRANSPLANTATION MODELS

      Hepatology
    24. GUPTA S; RAJVANSHI P; VASA SRG; DABEVA MD; SHAFRITZ DA; SOKHI RP; SLEHRIA S
      HEPATOCYTE TRANSPLANTATION INDUCES CHANGES IN THE HOST LIVER SUGGESTIVE OF MICROCIRCULATORY DEFICITS

      Hepatology
    25. RAJVANSHI P; SIGAL SH; SOKHI R; REID LM; GUPTA S
      TRANSPLANTED HEPATOCYTES SHOW SPONTANEOUS PERIODS OF HYPERPLASIA DURING EARLY DEVELOPMENT AND AFTER ONSET OF SENESCENCE IN THE F344 RAT-LIVER

      Hepatology
    26. BHARGAVA KK; RAJVANSHI P; GAGANDEEP S; PALESTRO CJ; GUPTA S
      TC-99M-LABELED HUMAN SERUM-ALBUMIN MICROSPHERES - UTILIZATION FOR SAFETY ANALYSIS OF HEPATOCYTE TRANSPLANTATION

      The Journal of nuclear medicine
    27. RAJVANSHI P; GUPTA S
      EXPLOITATION OF MECHANISMS REGULATING HEPATIC VASCULAR TONE FOR LIVERREPOPULATION

      Journal of investigative medicine
    28. KERR A; RAJVANSHI P; GUPTA S
      PERCUTANEOUS TRANSCATHETER LIVER-CELL TRANSPLANTATION - AN EMERGING MODALITY AND ITS CLINICAL IMPLICATIONS

      Journal of vascular and interventional radiology
    29. RAJVANSHI P; BHARGAVA KK; PALESTRO CJ; GUPTA S
      VASOMOTOR REGULATION OF THE PORTAL VASCULAR BED IS INVOLVED IN DISTRIBUTION OF TRANSPLANTED HEPATOCYTES IN THE LIVER LOBULE

      Hepatology
    30. SIGAL S; RAJVANSHI P; REID L; GUPTA S
      PARTIAL-HEPATECTOMY SHIFTS HEPATOCYTES INTO GREATER PLOIDY WITH DECREASED MITOGENIC CAPACITY SUGGESTING AN ACCELERATED TERMINAL DIFFERENTIATION PROCESS

      Hepatology
    31. RAJVANSHI P; BHARGAVA KK; KERR A; PALESTRO CJ; GUPTA S
      INTRAPULMONARY SHUNTING OF TRANSPLANTED HEPATOCYTES DURING LIVER REPOPULATION HAS A WIDE SAFETY MARGIN

      Hepatology
    32. RAJVANSHI P; BHARGAVA KK; PALESTRO CJ; GUPTA S
      ENGRAFTMENT AND SURVIVAL OF TRANSPLANTED HEPATOCYTES IN THE CIRRHOTICLIVER INDICATES THE POTENTIAL OF LIVER REPOPULATION IN CHRONIC LIVER-DISEASE

      Hepatology
    33. RAJVANSHI P; KERR A; BHARGAVA KK; BURK RD; GUPTA S
      STUDIES OF LIVER REPOPULATION USING THE DIPEPTIDYL PEPTIDASE IV-DEFICIENT RAT AND OTHER RODENT RECIPIENTS - CELL-SIZE AND STRUCTURE RELATIONSHIPS REGULATE CAPACITY FOR INCREASED TRANSPLANTED HEPATOCYTE MASS INTHE LIVER LOBULE

      Hepatology
    34. CAMAYA MV; RAJVANSHI P; BHARGAVA K; GUPTA S; PALESTRO CJ
      RADIONUCLIDE ANALYSIS OF BLOOD-POOL CHANGES IN RESPONSE TO VASOACTIVEDRUGS PROVIDE INSIGHTS INTO MODULATION OF HEPATIC LOBULAR DYNAMICS

      The Journal of nuclear medicine
    35. RAJVANSHI P; KERR A; BHARGAVA KK; BURK RD; GUPTA S
      EFFICACY AND SAFETY OF REPEATED HEPATOCYTE TRANSPLANTATION FOR SIGNIFICANT LIVER REPOPULATION IN RODENTS

      Gastroenterology
    36. SIGAL SH; RAJVANSHI P; REID LM; GUPTA S
      DEMONSTRATION OF DIFFERENTIATION IN HEPATOCYTE PROGENITOR CELLS USINGDIPEPTIDYL PEPTIDASE-IV DEFICIENT MUTANT RATS

      Cellular & molecular biology research
    37. RAJVANSHI P; BHARGAVA K; GAGANDEEP S; PALESTRO C; GUPTA S
      99M-TC-LABELED HUMAN SERUM-ALBUMIN MICROSPHERES ARE EFFECTIVE AND DEGRADABLE CELL SURROGATES FOR ANALYZING SAFETY OF HEPATOCYTE TRANSPLANTATION

      Hepatology
    38. RAJVANSHI P; LIU D; OTT M; GAGANDEEP S; GUPTA S
      CELL PLOIDY-BASED FRACTIONATION OF HEPATOCYTE SUBPOPULATIONS FOR HIGHLY EFFICIENT RETROVIRAL GENE-TRANSFER

      Hepatology
    39. RAJVANSHI P; GUPTA S
      RAPID INTEGRATION AND PROLIFERATION OF TRANSPLANTED HEPATOCYTES IN D-GALACTOSAMINE-INJURED RAT-LIVER INDICATES POTENTIAL OF CELL TRANSPLANTATION IN ACUTE LIVER-FAILURE

      Hepatology
    40. VASA SRG; RAJVANSHI P; BHARGAVA KK; ZUCKIER L; PALESTRO C; GUPTA S
      TRANSPLANTATION OF HEPATOCYTES MARKED BY 99M-TC OR BY AN ENDOGENOUS DPPIV GENE REVEALS INDEFINITE CELL PERSISTENCE IN LIVER BUT RAPID CLEARANCE FROM LUNGS

      Hepatology
    41. RAJVANSHI P; CHOWDHURY JR; GUPTA S
      CELIAC SPRUE AND MACROAMYLASEMIA - POTENTIAL CLINICAL AND PATHOPHYSIOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS - CASE-STUDY

      Journal of clinical gastroenterology
    42. GUPTA S; RAJVANSHI P; LEE CD
      INTEGRATION OF TRANSPLANTED HEPATOCYTES INTO HOST LIVER PLATES DEMONSTRATED WITH DIPEPTIDYL PEPTIDASE IV-DEFICIENT RATS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    43. GUPTA S; RAJVANSHI P; LABRECQUE DR; NAZ RK
      PROTEIN-PHOSPHORYLATION IS REQUIRED FOR MITOGENESIS IN LIVER-CELLS EXPOSED TO HEPATIC STIMULATOR SUBSTANCE

      Hepatology
    44. RAJVANSHI P; GUPTA S
      TRANSPLANTED HEPATOCYTES INTEGRATE INTO PERIPORTAL HEPATIC CORDS AND MIGRATE TOWARD HEPATIC ZONE-3 IN RESPONSE TO LIVER-INJURY

      Hepatology
    45. GUPTA S; LEE CD; YERNENI PR; ARAGONA E; BURK RD; RAJVANSHI P
      AMPLIFICATION OF TRANSPLANTED HEPATOCYTE MASS IN LIVER FOR GENE-THERAPY AND ACUTE LIVER-FAILURE

      Gastroenterology
    46. RAJVANSHI P; OTT M; GUPTA S
      ASSIMILATION OF TRANSPLANTED HEPATOCYTES IN HOST HEPATIC CORDS AND MASSIVE HEPATIC REPOPULATION

      Clinical research


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