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    1. Rider, V; Abdou, NI
      Gender differences in autoimmunity: molecular basis for estrogen effects in systemic lupus erythematosus

      INTERNATIONAL IMMUNOPHARMACOLOGY
    2. Suenaga, R; Rider, V; Evans, MJ; Abdou, NI
      In vitro-activated human lupus T cells express normal estrogen receptor proteins which bind to the estrogen response element

      LUPUS
    3. Rider, V; Jones, S; Evans, M; Bassiri, H; Afsar, Z; Abdou, NI
      Estrogen increases CD40 ligand expression in T cells from women with systemic lupus erythematosus

      JOURNAL OF RHEUMATOLOGY
    4. Paulesu, L; Cateni, C; Romagnoli, R; Chellini, F; Angelini, F; Guarino, FM; Rider, V; Imakawa, K; Bigliardi, E
      Evidence of H beta 58, a gene involved in mammalian placental development,in the three-toed skink, Chalcides chalcides (Squamata : Scincidae), a viviparous placentotrophic reptile

      PLACENTA
    5. Rider, V; Jones, SR; Evans, M; Abdou, NI
      Molecular mechanisms involved in the estrogen-dependent regulation of calcineurin in systemic lupus erythematosus T cells

      CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    6. Jones, SR; Kimler, BF; Justice, WM; Rider, V
      Transit of normal rat uterine stromal cells through G1 phase of the cell cycle requires progesterone-growth factor interactions

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    7. Rider, V; Jones, SR; Foster, RT; Imakawa, K
      Changes in the temporal and spatial expression of H beta 58 during formation and maturation of the chorioallantoic placenta in the rat

      BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION
    8. SUENAGA R; EVANS MJ; MITAMURA K; RIDER V; ABDOU NI
      PERIPHERAL-BLOOD T-CELLS AND MONOCYTES AND B-CELL LINES DERIVED FROM PATIENTS WITH LUPUS EXPRESS ESTROGEN-RECEPTOR TRANSCRIPTS SIMILAR TO THOSE OF NORMAL-CELLS

      Journal of rheumatology
    9. RIDER V; FOSTER RT; EVANS M; SUENAGA R; ABDOU NI
      GENDER DIFFERENCES IN AUTOIMMUNE-DISEASES - ESTROGEN INCREASES CALCINEURIN EXPRESSION IN SYSTEMIC LUPUS-ERYTHEMATOSUS

      Clinical immunology and immunopathology (Print)
    10. RICHARDS J; ROBKER R; COOKE P; RIDER V
      HORMONAL-CONTROL OF CELL PROLIFERATION DIFFERENTIATION - AN INTRODUCTION/

      Biology of reproduction
    11. RIDER V; KIMLER BF; JUSTICE WM
      PROGESTERONE GROWTH-FACTOR INTERACTIONS IN UTERINE STROMAL CELLS

      Biology of reproduction
    12. JONES SR; RIDER V
      PROGESTERONE REGULATES TRANSIT THROUGH G1 PHASE OF THE UTERINE STROMAL CELL-CYCLE

      Biology of reproduction
    13. SUENAGA R; EVANS M; RIDER V; ABDOU N
      HORMONE-BINDING DOMAIN VARIANTS OF THE ESTROGEN-RECEPTOR IN MONOCYTESOF SLE AND NORMAL DONORS

      Journal of allergy and clinical immunology
    14. RIDER V; CARLONE DL; FOSTER RT
      ESTROGEN AND PROGESTERONE CONTROL BASIC FIBROBLAST GROWTH-FACTOR MESSENGER-RNA IN THE RAT UTERUS

      Journal of Endocrinology
    15. RIDER V; PIVA M; CARLONE DL; FOSTER RT
      PROGESTERONE GROWTH-FACTOR INTERACTIONS IN UTERINE STROMAL CELLS

      Biology of reproduction
    16. RIDER V; FOSTER RT; IMAKAWA K
      PLACENTAL DEVELOPMENT IS ASSOCIATED WITH DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF THE H-BETA-58 GENE IN THE RAT

      Biology of reproduction
    17. PIVA M; FLIEGER O; RIDER V
      GROWTH-FACTOR CONTROL OF CULTURED RAT UTERINE STROMAL CELL-PROLIFERATION IS PROGESTERONE-DEPENDENT

      Biology of reproduction
    18. RIDER V; CARLONE DL; FOSTER RT
      INDEPENDENT MECHANISMS FOR ESTROGEN AND PROGESTERONE CONTROL OF BASICFIBROBLAST GROWTH-FACTOR MESSENGER-RNA IN THE RAT UTERUS

      Molecular biology of the cell
    19. RIDER V; PIVA M; COHEN ME; CARLONE DL
      ALTERNATIVE SPLICING AND DIFFERENTIAL TARGETING OF FIBROBLAST GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTOR-1 IN THE PREGNANT RAT UTERUS

      Endocrinology
    20. ALBERTINI DF; RIDER V
      PATTERNS OF INTERCELLULAR CONNECTIVITY IN THE MAMMALIAN CUMULUS-OOCYTE COMPLEX

      Microscopy research and technique
    21. RIDER V; PSYCHOYOS A
      INHIBITION OF PROGESTERONE-RECEPTOR FUNCTION RESULTS IN LOSS OF BASICFIBROBLAST GROWTH-FACTOR EXPRESSION AND STROMAL CELL-PROLIFERATION DURING UTERINE REMODELING IN THE PREGNANT RAT

      Journal of Endocrinology
    22. CARLONE DL; RIDER V
      ANALYSIS OF STEADY-STATE UTERINE BFGF MESSENGER-RNA LEVELS DURING EARLY-PREGNANCY IN THE RAT

      Biology of reproduction
    23. RIDER V; CARLONE DL; WARENDORF NH
      IDENTIFICATION OF AN ALTERNATIVELY SPLICED FORM OF THE FIBROBLAST GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTOR-1 (FGFR1) MESSENGER-RNA IN THE PREGNANT RAT UTERUS

      Biology of reproduction
    24. CARLONE DL; RIDER V
      EMBRYONIC MODULATION OF BASIC FIBROBLAST GROWTH-FACTOR IN THE RAT UTERUS

      Biology of reproduction
    25. Ghanma, M.A.; Rider, R.V.; Sirageldin, I.
      Application of Lorenz Curve to Interpret Concentration of Contraception and Fertility in a Population

      Genus


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