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    1. Ohsfeldt, RL; O'Connor, LJ; Kemner, JE; Solomon, TE
      Patterns of physician-reported diagnoses for women receiving raloxifene prescriptions

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH-SYSTEM PHARMACY
    2. Lloyd, KCK; Wang, JF; Solomon, TE
      Acid inhibition by intestinal nutrients mediated by CCK-A receptors but not plasma CCK

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-GASTROINTESTINAL AND LIVER PHYSIOLOGY
    3. Solomon, TE; Varga, G; Zeng, N; Wu, SV; Walsh, JH; Reeve, JR
      Different actions of secretin and Gly-extended secretin predict secretin receptor subtypes

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-GASTROINTESTINAL AND LIVER PHYSIOLOGY
    4. Keire, DA; Mannon, P; Kobayashi, M; Walsh, JH; Solomon, TE; Reeve, JR
      Primary structures of PYY, [Pro(34)]PYY, and PYY-(3-36) confer different conformations and receptor selectivity

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-GASTROINTESTINAL AND LIVER PHYSIOLOGY
    5. Keire, DA; Kobayashi, M; Solomon, TE; Reeve, JR
      Solution structure of monomeric peptide YY supports the functional significance of the PP-fold

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    6. Solomon, TE; Walsh, JH; Bussjaeger, L; Zong, YM; Hamilton, JW; Ho, FJ; Lee, TD; Reeve, JR
      COOH-terminally extended secretins are potent stimulants of pancreatic secretion

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-GASTROINTESTINAL AND LIVER PHYSIOLOGY
    7. Pandol, SJ; Periskic, S; Gukovsky, I; Zaninovic, V; Jung, Y; Zong, YM; Solomon, TE; Gukovskaya, AS; Tsukamoto, H
      Ethanol diet increases the sensitivity of rats to pancreatitis induced by cholecystokinin octapeptide

      GASTROENTEROLOGY
    8. Keire, DA; Solomon, TE; Reeve, JR
      Identical primary sequence but different conformations of the bioactive regions of canine CCK-8 and CCK-58

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    9. SAMUEL I; TORIUMI Y; SOLOMON TE; JOEHL RJ
      TRYPSIN PLUS TAUROCHOLATE REPLACEMENT AMELIORATES EXPERIMENTAL ACUTE-PANCREATITIS WITH PARTIAL AMELIORATION OF HYPERCHOLECYSTOKININEMIA

      Gastroenterology
    10. GONG PX; WALSH JH; ZONG YM; SOLOMON TE
      PHYSIOLOGICAL DOSES OF SECRETIN INHIBIT ONLY VERY-LOW LEVELS OF STIMULATED GASTRIC-ACID SECRETION IN URETHANE-ANESTHETIZED RATS

      Gastroenterology
    11. SOLOMON TE; REEVE JR; GRANDT D; BUSSJAEGER L; VARGA G; WALSH JH
      DIFFERENT RECEPTOR SUBTYPES MEDIATE PYY-INDUCED INHIBITION OF GASTRIC-ACID AND PEPSIN-SECRETION

      Gastroenterology
    12. COSKUN T; GONG P; ZONG Y; SOLOMON TE
      ENDOGENOUS CHOLECYSTOKININ (CCK) DOES NOT STIMULATE PANCREATIC-ENZYMESECRETION VIA CAPSAICIN-SENSITIVE AFFERENT PATHWAYS IN ANESTHETIZED RATS

      Gastroenterology
    13. COSKUN T; GONG P; ZONG Y; SOLOMON TE
      EXOGENOUS CHOLECYSTOKININ (CCK) DOES NOT STIMULATE PANCREATIC-SECRETION THROUGH CAPSAICIN-SENSITIVE AFFERENT OR ATROPINE-SENSITIVE EFFERENTVAGAL PATHWAYS IN ANESTHETIZED RATS

      Gastroenterology
    14. GONG PX; REEVE JR; WALSH JH; ZONG YM; HO FJ; SOLOMON TE
      COMPARISON OF SECRETIN-NH2, SECRETIN-GLY, AND SECRETIN-OH ON PANCREATIC AND GASTRIC-SECRETION INDICATES THE EXISTENCE OF A SECRETIN RECEPTOR SUBTYPE

      Gastroenterology
    15. REEVE JR; GONG PX; COSKUN T; ZONG YM; HO FJ; SOLOMON TE
      COMPARISON OF SYNTHETIC RAT CCK-58 AND CCK-8 REVEALS DISSOCIATION OF PANCREATIC FLUID AND ENZYME-SECRETION AND GREATER POTENCY OF CCK-58 IN-VIVO

      Gastroenterology
    16. SHIN YW; SOLOMON TE; WALSH JH
      BIOACTIVITY AND THE MECHANISM OF INHIBITORY-ACTION OF C-TERMINALLY EXTENDED FORMS OF SECRETIN ON GASTRIC-ACID SECRETION IN ANESTHETIZED RATS

      Gastroenterology
    17. ZONG YM; REEVE JR; WALSH JH; GONG PX; HO FJ; SOLOMON TE
      SECRETIN-GLY IS A MAJOR PRODUCT OF PREPROSECRETIN PROCESSING IN RAT SMALL-INTESTINE - IDENTIFICATION AND QUANTITATION BY HPLC AND RADIOIMMUNOASSAY

      Gastroenterology
    18. VARGA G; KISFALVI I; KORDAS K; WONG H; WALSH JH; SOLOMON TE
      EFFECT OF SOMATOSTATIN IMMUNONEUTRALIZATION ON GASTRIC-ACID AND PANCREATIC-ENZYME SECRETION IN ANESTHETIZED RATS

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-PARIS
    19. LLOYD KCK; AMIRMOAZZAMI S; FRIEDIK F; HEYNIO A; SOLOMON TE; WALSH JH
      CANDIDATE CANINE ENTEROGASTRONES - ACID INHIBITION BEFORE AND AFTER VAGOTOMY

      American journal of physiology: Gastrointestinal and liver physiology
    20. OBOURN JD; FRAME SR; CHIU T; SOLOMON TE
      EVIDENCE THAT A8947 ENHANCES PANCREAS GROWTH VIA A TRYPSIN-INHIBITOR MECHANISM

      Toxicology and applied pharmacology
    21. SHIN YW; SOLOMON TE; WALSH JH
      THE MECHANISM OF INHIBITORY-ACTION OF SECRETIN ON GASTRIC-ACID SECRETION IN ANESTHETIZED RATS

      Gastroenterology
    22. PONNER BB; REIDELBERGER RD; BUSSJAEGER LJ; SOLOMON TE; VARGA G
      EFFECT OF EXOGENOUS AND ENDOGENOUS CHOLECYSTOKININ ON GASTRIC-ACID AND PEPSIN-SECRETION IN CONSCIOUS RATS

      Gastroenterology
    23. SOLOMON TE; SHIN YW; MCCORMACK P; BUSSJAEGER LJ; VARGA G; CAMPBELL D; HAMILTON JW
      BIOACTIVITY AND IMMUNOREACTIVITY OF NATURALLY-OCCURRING C-TERMINALLY EXTENDED FORMS OF SECRETIN

      Gastroenterology
    24. SOLOMON TE; SHIN YW; MCORMACK P; BUSSJAEGER LJ; VARGA G; CAMPBELL D; REEVE JR
      PROCESSING OF AMIDATION CONSENSUS SEQUENCE ALTERS POTENCY AND SPECIFICITY OF SECRETIN FOR PANCREATIC AND GASTRIC-SECRETION

      Gastroenterology
    25. SAMUEL I; TORIUMI Y; WILCOCKSON DP; TURKELSON CM; SOLOMON TE; JOEHL RJ
      BILE AND PANCREATIC-JUICE REPLACEMENT AMELIORATES EARLY LIGATION-INDUCED ACUTE-PANCREATITIS IN RATS

      The American journal of surgery
    26. HOLZER HH; TURKELSON CM; SOLOMON TE; RAYBOULD HE
      INTESTINAL LIPID INHIBITS GASTRIC-EMPTYING VIA CCK AND A VAGAL CAPSAICIN-SENSITIVE AFFERENT PATHWAY IN RATS

      American journal of physiology: Gastrointestinal and liver physiology
    27. MCCORMICK FP; SOLOMON TE; HASSANIEN KM; CAMPBELL DR
      EFFECTS OF CEPHALIC STIMULATION, GASTRIC DISTENSION AND CARBOHYDRATE-PROTEIN STIMULATION ON PLASMA CCK IN HUMANS

      Gastroenterology
    28. LIEHR RM; REIDELBERGER RD; VARGA G; SOLOMON TE
      MECHANISM OF BOMBESIN-INDUCED PANCREATIC-SECRETION IN UNANESTHETIZED RATS

      Peptides
    29. TORIUMI Y; SAMUEL I; WILCOCKSON DP; TURKELSON CM; SOLOMON TE; JOEHL RJ
      OCTREOTIDE AND CHOLECYSTOKININ ANTAGONIST REDUCE EDEMA IN OBSTRUCTION-INDUCED ACUTE-PANCREATITIS

      The Journal of laboratory and clinical medicine
    30. SOLOMON TE; ADRIAN TE
      INTESTINAL INHIBITORS OF ACID-SECRETION - COMPARATIVE POTENCIES AND EFFECTS ON INHIBITORY HORMONES

      Gastroenterology
    31. BRODISH RJ; KUVSHINOFF BW; FINK AS; MCFADDEN DW; TURKELSON J; SOLOMON TE
      POTENTIATION OF ACID-INDUCED PANCREATIC BICARBONATE OUTPUT BY AMINO-ACID IS MEDIATED BY NEURAL ELEMENTS, BUT NOT BY CIRCULATING CCK

      Gastroenterology
    32. VARGA G; CAMPBELL DR; BUSSJAEGER LJ; SOLOMON TE
      ROLE OF GASTRIN AND CHOLECYSTOKININ RECEPTORS IN REGULATION OF PEPTONE-STIMULATED GASTRIC-ACID SECRETION IN CONSCIOUS RATS

      European journal of pharmacology
    33. RUTTEN MJ; DEMPSEY PJ; SOLOMON TE; COFFEY RJ
      TGF-ALPHA IS A POTENT MITOGEN FOR PRIMARY CULTURES OF GUINEA-PIG GASTRIC MUCOUS EPITHELIAL-CELLS

      The American journal of physiology


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