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    1. Kreutzer, J; Ryan, CA; Gauvreau, K; Van Praagh, R; Anderson, JM; Jenkins, KJ
      Healing response to the Clamshell device for closure of intracardiac defects in humans

      CATHETERIZATION AND CARDIOVASCULAR INTERVENTIONS
    2. Walsh, JG; O'Sullivan, MJ; Ryan, CA
      Radiological case of the month

      ARCHIVES OF PEDIATRICS & ADOLESCENT MEDICINE
    3. Orozco-Cardenas, ML; Narvaez-Vasquez, J; Ryan, CA
      Hydrogen peroxide acts as a second messenger for the induction of defense genes in tomato plants in response to wounding, systemin, and methyl jasmonate

      PLANT CELL
    4. Ryan, CA; Hulette, BC; Gerberick, GF
      Approaches for the development of cell-based in vitro methods for contact sensitization

      TOXICOLOGY IN VITRO
    5. Hulette, BC; Rowden, G; Ryan, CA; Lawson, CM; Dawes, SM; Ridder, GM; Gerberick, GF
      Cytokine induction of a human acute myelogenous leukemia cell line (KG-1) to a CD1a(+) dendritic cell phenotype

      ARCHIVES OF DERMATOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    6. Basketter, DA; Wright, ZM; Warbrick, EV; Dearman, RJ; Kimber, I; Ryan, CA; Gerberick, GF; White, IR
      Human potency predictions for aldehydes using the local lymph node assay

      CONTACT DERMATITIS
    7. Dearman, RJ; Wright, ZM; Basketter, DA; Ryan, CA; Gerberick, GF; Kimber, I
      The suitability of hexyl cinnamic aldehyde as a calibrant for the murine local lymph node assay

      CONTACT DERMATITIS
    8. Moura, DS; Bergey, DR; Ryan, CA
      Characterization and localization of a wound-inducible type I serine-carboxypeptidase from leaves of tomato plants (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.)

      PLANTA
    9. Moura, DS; Ryan, CA
      Wound-inducible proteinase inhibitors in pepper. Differential regulation upon wounding, systemin, and methyl jasmonate

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    10. Ryan, CA; Pearce, G
      Polypeptide hormones

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    11. Pearce, G; Moura, DS; Stratmann, J; Ryan, CA
      Production of multiple plant hormones from a single polyprotein precursor

      NATURE
    12. Ryan, CA
      Plant biology - Night moves of pregnant moths

      NATURE
    13. Pearce, G; Moura, DS; Stratmann, J; Ryan, CA
      RALF, a 5-kDa ubiquitous polypeptide in plants, arrests root growth and development

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    14. Liu, GM; Chen, NY; Kaji, A; Bode, AM; Ryan, CA; Dong, ZG
      Proteinase inhibitors I and II from potatoes block UVB-induced AP-1 activity by regulating the AP-1 protein compositional patterns in JB6 cells

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    15. Ryan, CA; Wilkins, JL
      Using tasks to measure consumers' ability to apply food guide recommendations: Lessons learned

      JOURNAL OF NUTRITION EDUCATION
    16. Joesoef, MR; Karundeng, A; Runtupalit, C; Moran, JS; Lewis, JS; Ryan, CA
      High rate of bacterial vaginosis among women with intrauterine devices in Manado, Indonesia

      CONTRACEPTION
    17. Scheer, JM; Ryan, CA
      A method for the quantitative recovery of proteins from polyacrylamide gels

      ANALYTICAL BIOCHEMISTRY
    18. Kreutzer, J; Ryan, CA; Wright, JA; Jenkins, KJ; Marx, G; Van Praagh, R; Lock, JE
      Acute animal studies of the STARFlex system: A new self-centering CardioSEAL septal occluder

      CATHETERIZATION AND CARDIOVASCULAR INTERVENTIONS
    19. Manhart, LE; Dialmy, A; Ryan, CA; Mahjour, J
      Sexually transmitted diseases in Morocco: gender influences on prevention and health care seeking behavior

      SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE
    20. Ryan, CA
      The systemin signaling pathway: differential activation of plant defensivegenes

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-PROTEIN STRUCTURE AND MOLECULAR ENZYMOLOGY
    21. Ryan, CA; Gerberick, GF; Cruse, LW; Basketter, DA; Lea, L; Blaikie, L; Dearman, RJ; Warbrick, EV; Kimber, I
      Activity of human contact allergens in the murine local lymph node assay

      CONTACT DERMATITIS
    22. Basketter, DA; Blaikie, L; Dearman, RJ; Kimber, I; Ryan, CA; Gerberick, GF; Harvey, P; Evans, P; White, IR; Rycroft, RJG
      Use of the local lymph node assay for the estimation of relative contact allergenic potency

      CONTACT DERMATITIS
    23. Robinson, MK; Gerberick, GF; Ryan, CA; McNamee, P; White, IR; Basketter, DA
      The importance of exposure estimation in the assessment of skin sensitization risk

      CONTACT DERMATITIS
    24. Stratmann, JW; Stelmach, BA; Weller, EW; Ryan, CA
      UVB/UVA radiation activates a 48 kDa myelin basic protein kinase and potentiates wound signaling in tomato leaves

      PHOTOCHEMISTRY AND PHOTOBIOLOGY
    25. Stratmann, J; Scheer, J; Ryan, CA
      Suramin inhibits initiation of defense signaling by systemin, chitosan, and a beta-glucan elicitor in suspension-cultured Lycopersicon peruvianum cells

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    26. Ryan, CA; Ghali, WA; Boss, RD; Moskowitz, MA; Freund, KM
      Care during menopause: Comparison of a women's health practice and traditional care

      JOURNAL OF WOMENS HEALTH & GENDER-BASED MEDICINE
    27. Delano, JP; Dombrowski, JE; Ryan, CA
      The expression of tomato prosystemin in Escherichia coli: A structural challenge

      PROTEIN EXPRESSION AND PURIFICATION
    28. Gerberick, GF; Cruse, LW; Ryan, CA
      Local lymph node assay: Differentiating allergic and irritant responses using flow cytometry

      METHODS-A COMPANION TO METHODS IN ENZYMOLOGY
    29. Scheer, JM; Ryan, CA
      A 160-kD systemin receptor on the surface of Lycopersicon peruvianum suspension-cultured cells

      PLANT CELL
    30. Narvaez-Vasquez, J; Florin-Christensen, J; Ryan, CA
      Positional specificity of a phospholipase A activity induced by wounding, systemin, and oligosaccharide elicitors in tomato leaves

      PLANT CELL
    31. Jacinto, T; McGurl, B; Ryan, CA
      Wound-regulation and tissue specificity of the tomato prosystemin promoterin transgenic tobacco plants

      PLANT SCIENCE
    32. Bergey, DR; Ryan, CA
      Wound- and systemin-inducible calmodulin gene expression in tomato leaves

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    33. Chang, L; Ryan, CA; Schneider, CA; Annunziato, AT
      Preparation/analysis of chromatin replicated in vivo and in isolated nuclei

      CHROMATIN
    34. Bergey, DR; Orozco-Cardenas, M; de Moura, DS; Ryan, CA
      A wound- and systemin-inducible polygalacturonase in tomato leaves

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    35. Dombrowski, JE; Pearce, G; Ryan, CA
      Proteinase inhibitor-inducing activity of the prohormone prosystemin resides exclusively in the C-terminal systemin domain

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    36. Orozco-Cardenas, M; Ryan, CA
      Hydrogen peroxide is generated systemically in plant leaves by wounding and systemin via the octadecanoid pathway

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    37. Howe, GA; Ryan, CA
      Suppressors of systemin signaling identify genes in the tomato wound response pathway

      GENETICS
    38. Ryan, CA
      Styrofoam cup, ipratropium bromide, and anisocoria

      CLINICAL PEDIATRICS
    39. O'Sullivan, J; Ryan, CA
      No strings attached: preventing deaths from children's clothing

      ARCHIVES OF DISEASE IN CHILDHOOD
    40. Florin-Christensen, J; Narvaez-Vasquez, J; Florin-Christensen, M; Ryan, CA
      A method for distinguishing 1-acyl from 2-acyl lysophosphatidylcholines generated in biological systems

      ANALYTICAL BIOCHEMISTRY
    41. KIMBER I; HILTON J; DEARMAN RJ; GERBERICK GF; RYAN CA; BASKETTER DA; LEA L; HOUSE RV; LADICS GS; LOVELESS SE; HASTINGS KL
      ASSESSMENT OF THE SKIN SENSITIZATION POTENTIAL OF TOPICAL MEDICAMENTSUSING THE LOCAL LYMPH-NODE ASSAY - AN INTERLABORATORY EVALUATION

      Journal of toxicology and environmental health. Part A
    42. RYAN CA; COURTOIS BN; HAWES SE; STEVENS CE; ESCHENBACH DA; HOLMES KK
      RISK ASSESSMENT, SYMPTOMS, AND SIGNS AS PREDICTORS OF VULVO-VAGINAL AND CERVICAL INFECTIONS IN AN URBAN US STD CLINIC - IMPLICATIONS FOR USE OF STD ALGORITHMS

      SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS
    43. RYAN CA; ZIDOUH A; MANHART LE; SELKA R; XIA MS; MOLONEYKITTS M; MAHJOUR J; KRONE M; COURTOIS BN; DALLABETTA G; HOLMES KK
      REPRODUCTIVE-TRACT INFECTIONS IN PRIMARY HEALTH-CARE, FAMILY-PLANNING, AND DERMATOVENEREOLOGY CLINICS - EVALUATION OF SYNDROMIC MANAGEMENT IN MOROCCO

      SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS
    44. Ryan, CA; Pearce, G
      Systemin: A polypeptide signal for plant defensive genes

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF CELL AND DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    45. RYAN CA
      NO RESUSCITATION ORDERS AND WITHDRAWAL OF THERAPY IN PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE-CARE UNITS

      Acta paediatrica
    46. RYAN CA; DEARMAN RJ; KIMBER I; GERBERICK F
      INDUCIBLE INTERLEUKIN-4 (IL-4) PRODUCTION AND MESSENGER-RNA EXPRESSION FOLLOWING EXPOSURE OF MICE TO CHEMICAL ALLERGENS

      Toxicology letters
    47. RYAN CA; AHMED S; ABDULLAH H; MCCARTHYCLARK L; MALONE A
      DISSEMINATION AND EVALUATION OF AAP AHA NEONATAL RESUSCITATION PROGRAM IN IRELAND/

      Irish medical journal
    48. Healy, J; Ryan, CA
      Normal developmental outcome following exposure and hypothermia in a new-born infant

      IRISH MEDICAL JOURNAL
    49. RYAN CA; MCFERRAN NV; WALKER B; HALLIDAY MI
      PITFALLS OF USING ORGANIC-SOLVENTS IN BIOLOGICAL-SYSTEMS

      Biochemical Society transactions
    50. RYAN CA; MCFERRAN NV; WALKER B; HALLIDAY MI
      CYTOKINE PROCESSING BY TRANSFORMED AND NONTRANSFORMED CELL-TYPES

      Biochemical Society transactions
    51. BREWER TH; HASBUN J; RYAN CA; HAWES SE; MAUTINEZ S; SANCHEZ J; DELISTER MB; CONSTANZO J; LOPEZ J; HOLMES KK
      MIGRATION, ETHNICITY AND ENVIRONMENT - HIV RISK-FACTORS FOR WOMEN ON THE SUGAR-CANE PLANTATIONS OF THE DOMINICAN-REPUBLIC

      AIDS
    52. WARBRICK EV; DEARMAN RJ; BASKETTER DA; GERBERICK GF; RYAN CA; KIMBER I
      ANALYSIS OF CYTOKINE MESSENGER-RNA EXPRESSION FOLLOWING REPEATED EXPOSURE OF MICE TO CHEMICAL CONTACT AND RESPIRATORY ALLERGENS

      Journal of applied toxicology
    53. CONSTABEL CP; YIP L; RYAN CA
      PROSYSTEMIN FROM POTATO, BLACK NIGHTSHADE, AND BELL PEPPER - PRIMARY STRUCTURE AND BIOLOGICAL-ACTIVITY OF PREDICTED SYSTEMIN POLYPEPTIDES

      Plant molecular biology
    54. RYAN CA; VATHINY OV; GORBACH PM; LENG HB; BERLIOZARTHAUD A; WHITTINGTON WL; HOLMES KK
      EXPLOSIVE SPREAD OF HIV-1 AND SEXUALLY-TRANSMITTED DISEASES IN CAMBODIA

      Lancet
    55. STENNIS MJ; CHANDRA S; RYAN CA; LOW PS
      SYSTEMIN POTENTIATES THE OXIDATIVE BURST IN CULTURED TOMATO CELLS

      Plant physiology
    56. BIRKENMEIER GF; RYAN CA
      WOUND SIGNALING IN TOMATO PLANTS - EVIDENCE THAT ABA IS NOT A PRIMARYSIGNAL FOR DEFENSE GENE ACTIVATION

      Plant physiology
    57. CONSTABEL CP; RYAN CA
      A SURVEY OF WOUND-INDUCED AND METHYL JASMONATE-INDUCED LEAF POLYPHENOL OXIDASE IN CROP PLANTS

      Phytochemistry
    58. PEARCE G; MARCHAND PA; GRISWOLD J; LEWIS NG; RYAN CA
      ACCUMULATION OF FERULOYLTYRAMINE AND P-COUMAROYLTYRAMINE IN TOMATO LEAVES IN RESPONSE TO WOUNDING

      Phytochemistry
    59. JAUH GY; FISCHER AM; GRIMES HD; RYAN CA; ROGERS JC
      DELTA-TONOPLAST INTRINSIC PROTEIN DEFINES UNIQUE PLANT VACUOLE FUNCTIONS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    60. RYAN CA; FINER NN
      OPEN LUNG BIOPSIES IN NEONATES ON ECMO - ADDITIONAL CASES

      Journal of pediatric surgery
    61. RYAN CA; DEARMAN RJ; KIMBER I; GERBERICK GF
      CYTOKINE MESSENGER-RNA EXPRESSION IN THE DRAINING LYMPH-NODES OF MICEFOLLOWING TOPICAL EXPOSURE TO CONTACT ALLERGENS

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    62. RYAN CA
      RECLAIMING THE BODY - THE SUBVERSIVE POSSIBILITIES OF BREAST-CANCER HUMOR

      Humor
    63. RYAN CA
      POLYPEPTIDE SIGNALING FOR PLANT DEFENSIVE GENES

      The FASEB journal
    64. RYAN CA; MAHONY MJ; DAVIS C
      THE NEED FOR NEONATAL EXTRACORPOREAL MEMBRANE-OXYGENATION IN IRELAND

      Irish medical journal
    65. RYAN CA
      IPRATROPIUM BROMIDE INDUCED UNILATERAL MYDRIASIS

      Irish medical journal
    66. SINCLAIR RC; SOLDAT AS; RYAN CA
      DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF VELTEN-LIKE IMAGE-ORIENTED ANXIETY AND SERENITY MOOD INDUCTIONS

      Basic and applied social psychology
    67. KRIGE D; MILLS HR; BERRIE EL; DOHERTY NC; JONES DK; RYAN CA; DAVIES H; MYINT S; MCCANCE DJ; LAYTON GT; FRENCH TJ
      SEQUENCE VARIATION IN THE EARLY GENES E1-BOOLEAN-AND-E4, E6 AND E7 OFHUMAN PAPILLOMA-VIRUS TYPE-6

      Virus research
    68. KIYOSUE T; RYAN CA
      A NOVEL GENE OF TOMATO PREFERENTIALLY EXPRESSED IN FRUIT ENCODES A PROTEIN WITH A CA2-DEPENDENT LIPID-BINDING DOMAIN()

      Plant molecular biology
    69. GERBERICK GF; RYAN CA; DEARMAN RJ; KIMBER I
      CHEMICAL RESPIRATORY ALLERGENS SELECTIVELY STIMULATE IN MICE ELEVATEDIL-4 MESSENGER-RNA AND PROTEIN EXPRESSION

      Journal of allergy and clinical immunology
    70. JACINTO T; MCGURL B; FRANCESCHI V; DELANOFREIER J; RYAN CA
      TOMATO PROSYSTEMIN PROMOTER CONFERS WOUND-INDUCIBLE, VASCULAR BUNDLE-SPECIFIC EXPRESSION OF THE BETA-GLUCURONIDASE GENE IN TRANSGENIC TOMATO PLANTS

      Planta
    71. MORALESSANDOVAL E; RYAN CA; PICKARD BG
      REGULATION BY SYSTEMIN, A WOUND HORMONE, OF AN OUTWARD-RECTIFYING POTASSIUM CHANNEL IN IDIOBLASTS

      Plant physiology
    72. HOWE GA; GREN E; RYAN CA
      ISOLATION OF PROSYSTEMIN-INSENSITIVE MUTANTS OF TOMATO

      Plant physiology
    73. STRATMANN JW; RYAN CA
      ACTIVATION OF A 52 KDA MBP KINASE BY WOUNDING AND SYSTEMIN

      Plant physiology
    74. HEITZ T; BERGEY DR; RYAN CA
      A GENE ENCODING A CHLOROPLAST-TARGETED LIPOXYGENASE IN TOMATO LEAVES IS TRANSIENTLY INDUCED BY WOUNDING, SYSTEMIN, AND METHYL JASMONATE

      Plant physiology
    75. HUANG CS; MA WY; RYAN CA; DONG ZG
      PROTEINASE-INHIBITOR-I AND PROTEINASE-INHIBITOR-II FROM POTATOES SPECIFICALLY BLOCK UV-INDUCED ACTIVATOR PROTEIN-1 ACTIVATION THROUGH A PATHWAY THAT IS INDEPENDENT OF EXTRACELLULAR SIGNAL-REGULATED KINASES, C-JUN N-TERMINAL KINASES, AND P38 KINASE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    76. STRATMANN JW; RYAN CA
      MYELIN BASIC-PROTEIN KINASE-ACTIVITY IN TOMATO LEAVES IS INDUCED SYSTEMICALLY BY WOUNDING AND INCREASES IN RESPONSE TO SYSTEMIN AND OLIGOSACCHARIDE ELICITORS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    77. RYAN CA; DEARMAN RJ; KIMBER I; GERBERICK GF
      INTERLEUKIN-10 AND INTERLEUKIN-4 PROTEIN AND MESSENGER-RNA EXPRESSIONFOLLOWING EXPOSURE OF MICE TO CHEMICAL ALLERGENS

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    78. FERRIS H; RYAN CA; MCGUINNESS A
      DECLINE IN THE INCIDENCE OF LATE DIAGNOSED CONGENITAL DISLOCATION OF THE HIP

      Irish journal of medical science
    79. GHALI WA; FREUND KM; BOSS RD; RYAN CA; MOSKOWITZ MA
      MENOPAUSAL HORMONE-THERAPY - PHYSICIAN AWARENESS OF PATIENT ATTITUDES

      The American journal of medicine
    80. MCANENY D; RYAN CA; BEAZLEY RM; KAUFMAN HL
      RESULTS OF A PHASE-I TRIAL OF A RECOMBINANT VACCINIA VIRUS THAT EXPRESSES CARCINOEMBRYONIC ANTIGEN IN PATIENTS WITH ADVANCED COLORECTAL-CANCER

      Annals of surgical oncology
    81. RYAN CA; TRONT JG
      FX - A FAST APPROXIMATE FAULT SIMULATOR FOR THE SWITCH-LEVEL USING VHDL

      IEEE transactions on very large scale integration (VLSI) systems
    82. HOWE GA; LIGHTNER J; BROWSE J; RYAN CA
      AN OCTADECANOID PATHWAY MUTANT (JL5) OF TOMATO IS COMPROMISED IN SIGNALING FOR DEFENSE AGAINST INSECT ATTACK

      The Plant cell
    83. LOVELESS SE; LADICS GS; GERBERICK GF; RYAN CA; BASKETTER DA; SCHOLES EW; HOUSE RV; HILTON J; DEARMAN RJ; KIMBER I
      FURTHER EVALUATION OF THE LOCAL LYMPH-NODE ASSAY IN THE FINAL PHASE OF AN INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATIVE TRIAL

      Toxicology
    84. SIKORSKI EE; GERBERICK GF; RYAN CA; MILLER CM; RIDDER GM
      PHENOTYPIC ANALYSIS OF LYMPHOCYTE SUBPOPULATIONS IN LYMPH-NODES DRAINING THE EAR FOLLOWING EXPOSURE TO CONTACT ALLERGENS AND IRRITANTS

      Fundamental and applied toxicology
    85. TABET SR; DEMOYA EA; HOLMES KK; KRONE MR; DEQUINONES MR; DELISTER MB; GARRIS I; THORMAN M; CASTELLANOS C; SWENSON PD; DALLABETTA GA; RYAN CA
      SEXUAL BEHAVIORS AND RISK-FACTORS FOR HIV-INFECTION AMONG MEN WHO HAVE SEX WITH MEN IN THE DOMINICAN-REPUBLIC

      AIDS
    86. SCHALLER A; RYAN CA
      SYSTEMIN - A POLYPEPTIDE DEFENSE SIGNAL IN PLANTS

      BioEssays
    87. SCHALLER A; RYAN CA
      MOLECULAR-CLONING OF A TOMATO LEAF CDNA-ENCODING AN ASPARTIC PROTEASE, A SYSTEMIC WOUND RESPONSE PROTEIN

      Plant molecular biology
    88. CONCONI A; MIQUEL M; BROWSE JA; RYAN CA
      INTRACELLULAR LEVELS OF FREE LINOLENIC AND LINOLEIC ACIDS INCREASE INTOMATO LEAVES IN RESPONSE TO WOUNDING

      Plant physiology
    89. CONCONI A; SMERDON MJ; HOWE GA; RYAN CA
      THE OCTADECANOID SIGNALING PATHWAY IN PLANTS MEDIATES A RESPONSE TO ULTRAVIOLET-RADIATION

      Nature
    90. BERGEY DR; HOI GA; RYAN CA
      POLYPEPTIDE SIGNALING FOR PLANT DEFENSIVE GENES EXHIBITS ANALOGIES TODEFENSE SIGNALING IN ANIMALS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    91. GERBERICK GF; CRUSE LW; RYAN CA; SIKORSKI EE; MILLER CM; RIDDER GM
      DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF T-CELL ACTIVATION MARKERS (CD62L, CD44, CD45RB, CD25) IN DRAINING LYMPH-NODES OF MICE FOLLOWING EXPOSURE TO ALLERGENS AND IRRITANTS

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    92. RYAN CA; GERBERICK GF; LIMARDI LC; ROBINSON MK
      EXAMINATION OF IL-2, IL-4, IL-6, IL-10 AND IFN-GAMMA MESSENGER-RNA INHUMAN ALLERGEN AND VEHICLE PATCH TEST RESPONSES

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    93. RYAN CA; LORANGER S; ALLIS CD; ANNUNZIATO AT
      S-PHASE ASSOCIATED PHOSPHORYLATION OF HISTONE H1 IN HELA-CELLS

      Molecular biology of the cell
    94. RYAN CA; HOLMES KK
      EDITORIAL - HOW SHOULD CLINICAL ALGORITHMS BE USED FOR SYNDROMIC MANAGEMENT OF CERVICAL AND VAGINAL INFECTIONS

      Clinical infectious diseases
    95. SCHALLER A; BERGEY DR; RYAN CA
      INDUCTION OF WOUND RESPONSE GENES IN TOMATO LEAVES BY BESTATIN, AN INHIBITOR OF AMINOPEPTIDASES

      The Plant cell
    96. RYAN CA; HUGHES P
      NEONATAL RESPIRATORY MORBIDITY AND MODE OF DELIVERY AT TERM - INFLUENCE OF TIMING OF ELECTIVE CESAREAN-SECTION

      British journal of obstetrics and gynaecology
    97. KIMBER I; HILTON J; DEARMAN RJ; GERBERICK GF; RYAN CA; BASKETTER DA; SCHOLES EW; LADICS GS; LOVELESS SE; HOUSE RV; GUY A
      AN INTERNATIONAL EVALUATION OF THE MURINE LOCAL LYMPH-NODE ASSAY AND COMPARISON OF MODIFIED PROCEDURES

      Toxicology
    98. MCGURL B; MUKHERJEE S; MICHAEL K; RYAN CA
      CHARACTERIZATION OF 2 PROTEINASE-INHIBITOR (ATI) CDNAS FROM ALFALFA LEAVES (MEDICAGO-SATIVA VAR VERNEMA) - THE EXPRESSION OF ATI GENES IN RESPONSE TO WOUNDING AND SOIL-MICROORGANISMS

      Plant molecular biology
    99. RYAN CA; TRONT JG
      PARALLEL SWITCH-LEVEL FAULT SIMULATION PERFORMANCE MODELING USING VHDL

      Simulation
    100. NARVAEZVASQUEZ J; PEARCE G; OROZCOCARDENAS ML; FRANCESCHI VR; RYAN CA
      AUTORADIOGRAPHIC AND BIOCHEMICAL-EVIDENCE FOR THE SYSTEMIC TRANSLOCATION OF SYSTEMIN IN TOMATO PLANTS

      Planta


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