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    1. Ordonez, CL; Stulbarg, M; Grundland, H; Liu, JT; Boushey, HA
      Effect of clarithromycin on airway obstruction and inflammatory markers ininduced sputum in cystic fibrosis: A pilot study

      PEDIATRIC PULMONOLOGY
    2. Fiore, CE; Pennisi, P; Tandurella, FG; Amato, R; Giuliano, L; Amico, A; Sciacchitano, GS; Caschetto, S
      Response of biochemical markers of bone turnover to estrogen treatment in post-menopausal women: Evidence against an early anabolic effect on bone formation

      JOURNAL OF ENDOCRINOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION
    3. Ko, KM; Yiu, HY
      Schisandrin B modulates the ischemia-reperfusion induced changes in non-enzymatic antioxidant levels in isolated-perfused rat hearts

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    4. Lindholm, PF; Bub, J; Kaul, S; Shidham, VB; Kajdacsy-Balla, A
      The role of constitutive NF-kappa B activity in PC-3 human prostate cancercell invasive behavior

      CLINICAL & EXPERIMENTAL METASTASIS
    5. Pedemonte, CH; Bertorello, AM
      Short-term regulation of the proximal tubule Na+,K+-ATPase: Increased/decreased Na+,K+-ATPase activity mediated by protein kinase C isoforms

      JOURNAL OF BIOENERGETICS AND BIOMEMBRANES
    6. Moridani, MY; Scobie, H; Jamshidzadeh, A; Salehi, P; O'Brien, PJ
      Caffeic acid, chlorogenic acid, and dihydrocaffeic acid metabolism: Glutathione conjugate formation

      DRUG METABOLISM AND DISPOSITION
    7. Bertram, B; Hemm, I; Tang, W
      Mutagenic and carcinogenic constituents of medicinal herbs used in Europe or in the USA

      PHARMAZIE
    8. Plapp, BV; Mitchell, JL; Berst, KB
      Mouse alcohol dehydrogenase 4: kinetic mechanism, substrate specificity and simulation of effects of ethanol on retinoid metabolism

      CHEMICO-BIOLOGICAL INTERACTIONS
    9. Panadero, M; Vidal, H; Herrera, E; Bocos, C
      Nutritionally induced changes in the peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor-alpha gene expression in liver of suckling rats are dependent on insulinaemia

      ARCHIVES OF BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOPHYSICS
    10. Libby, P; Aikawa, M; Schonbeck, U
      Cholesterol and atherosclerosis

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-MOLECULAR AND CELL BIOLOGY OF LIPIDS
    11. Avila, PC; Boushey, HA
      Macrolides, asthma, inflammation, and infection

      ANNALS OF ALLERGY ASTHMA & IMMUNOLOGY
    12. Ramm, G; Slot, JW; James, DE; Stoorvogel, W
      Insulin recruits GLUT4 from specialized VAMP2-carrying vesicles as well asfrom the dynamic endosomal/trans-golgi network in rat adipocytes.

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    13. Abe, S; Nakamura, H; Inoue, S; Takeda, H; Saito, H; Kato, S; Mukaida, N; Matsushima, K; Tomoike, H
      Interleukin-8 gene repression by clarithromycin is mediated by the activator protein-1 binding site in human bronchial epithelial cells

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF RESPIRATORY CELL AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    14. Chait, A; Wight, TN
      Interaction of native and modified low-density lipoproteins with extracellular matrix

      CURRENT OPINION IN LIPIDOLOGY
    15. Aso, Y; Inukai, T; Tayama, K; Takemura, Y
      Serum concentrations of advanced glycation endproducts are associated withthe development of atherosclerosis as well as diabetic microangiopathy in patients with type 2 diabetes

      ACTA DIABETOLOGICA
    16. Guillot, M; Eckart, P; Desrosieres, H; Brouard, J
      Macrolide antibiotics and Pseudomonas aeruginosa infection

      ARCHIVES DE PEDIATRIE
    17. del Rio, MJ; Velez-Pardo, C
      Molecular mechanism of monoamine toxicity in Parkinson's disease: hypothetical cell death model

      MEDICAL HYPOTHESES
    18. Inamura, K; Ohta, N; Fukase, S; Kasajima, N; Aoyagi, M
      The effects of erythromycin on human peripheral neutrophil apoptosis

      RHINOLOGY
    19. Costa, ET; Savage, DD; Valenzuela, CF
      A review of the effects of prenatal or early postnatal ethanol exposure onbrain ligand-gated ion channels

      ALCOHOLISM-CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH
    20. Brooks, CC; Scherer, PE; Cleveland, K; Whittemore, JL; Lodish, HF; Cheatham, B
      Pantophysin is a phosphoprotein component of adipocyte transport vesicles and associates with GLUT4-containing vesicles

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    21. Murata, H; Hruz, PW; Mueckler, M
      The mechanism of insulin resistance caused by HIV protease inhibitor therapy

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    22. Tinhofer, I; Wykypiel, H; Marschitz, I; Henn, T; Greil, R
      Gastric cancer cell lines lack Fas ligand (FasL) expression but kill T cells via a FasL independent pathway

      GUT
    23. El-Sabban, ME; Nasr, R; Dbaibo, G; Hermine, O; Abboushi, N; Quignon, F; Ameisen, JC; Bex, F; de The, H; Bazarbachi, A
      Arsenic-interferon-alpha-triggered apoptosis in HTLV-I transformed cells is associated with Tax down-regulation and reversal of NF-kappa B activation

      BLOOD
    24. El-Sabban, ME; Nasr, R; Dbaibo, G; Hermine, O; Abboushi, N; Quignon, F; Ameisen, JC; Bex, F; de The, H; Bazarbachi, A
      Arsenic-interferon-alpha-triggered apoptosis in HTLV-I transformed cells is associated with Tax down-regulation and reversal of NF-kappa B activation

      BLOOD
    25. Efendiev, R; Bertorello, AM; Pressley, TA; Rousselot, M; Feraille, E; Pedemonte, CH
      Simultaneous phosphorylation of Ser11 and Ser18 in the alpha-subunit promotes the recruitment of Na+,K+-ATPase molecules to the plasma membrane

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    26. Chan, MMY; Mattiacci, JA; Hwang, HS; Shah, A; Fong, D
      Synergy between ethanol and grape polyphenols, quercetin, and resveratrol,in the inhibition of the inducible nitric oxide synthase pathway

      BIOCHEMICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    27. Jekle, A; Obst, R; Lang, F; Rammensee, HG; Gulbins, E
      CD95/CD95 ligand-mediated counterattack does not block T cell cytotoxicity

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    28. Desaki, M; Takizawa, H; Ohtoshi, T; Kasama, T; Kobayashi, K; Sunazuka, T; Omura, S; Yamamoto, K; Ito, K
      Erythromycin suppresses nuclear factor-kappa B and activator protein-1 activation in human bronchial epithelial cells

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    29. Ribot, C; Tremollieres, F; Pouilles, JM
      Estrogens and SERMs in the treatment of osteoporosis.

      ANNALES DE MEDECINE INTERNE
    30. Desfaits, AC; Serri, O; Renier, G
      Gliclazide reduces the induction of human monocyte adhesion to endothelialcells by glycated albumin

      DIABETES OBESITY & METABOLISM
    31. Hunyady, L
      Molecular mechanisms of angiotensin II receptor internalization

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF NEPHROLOGY
    32. Zay, K; Loo, S; Xie, C; Devine, DV; Wright, J; Churg, A
      Role of neutrophils and alpha(1)-antitrypsin in coal- and silica-induced connective tissue breakdown

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LUNG CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR PHYSIOLOGY
    33. Vanacker, JM; Laudet, V; Bonnelye, E; Fournier, B
      Estrogen action in bone: a family plot

      M S-MEDECINE SCIENCES
    34. Zu, XL; Lu, ZQ; Zhang, Z; Schenkman, JB; Rusling, JF
      Electroenzyme-catalyzed oxidation of styrene and cis-beta-methylstyrene using thin films of cytochrome P450cam and myoglobin

      LANGMUIR
    35. Bailey, AJ; Knott, L
      Molecular changes in bone collagen in osteoporosis and osteoarthritis in the elderly

      EXPERIMENTAL GERONTOLOGY
    36. Kohyama, T; Takizawa, H; Kawasaki, S; Akiyama, N; Sato, M; Ito, K
      Fourteen-member macrolides inhibit interleukin-8 release by human eosinophils from atopic donors

      ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS AND CHEMOTHERAPY
    37. Aoki, Y; Kao, PN
      Erythromycin inhibits transcriptional activation of NF-kappa B, but not NFAT, through calcineurin-independent signaling in T cells

      ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS AND CHEMOTHERAPY
    38. Slominski, A; Heasley, D; Mazurkiewicz, JE; Ermak, G; Baker, J; Carlson, JA
      Expression of proopiomelanocortin (POMC)-derived melanocyte-stimulating hormone (MSH) and adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH) peptides in skin of basal cell carcinoma patients

      HUMAN PATHOLOGY
    39. Hobbs, HC; Rowe, DJ; Johnson, PW
      Periodontal ligament cells from insulin-dependent diabetics exhibit altered alkaline phosphatase activity in response to growth factors

      JOURNAL OF PERIODONTOLOGY
    40. Kislinger, T; Fu, CF; Huber, B; Qu, W; Taguchi, A; Yan, SD; Hofmann, M; Yan, SF; Pischetsrieder, M; Stern, D; Schmidt, AM
      N-epsilon-(carboxymethyl)lysine adducts of proteins are ligands for receptor for advanced glycation end products that activate cell signaling pathways and modulate gene expression

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    41. Kandror, KV
      Insulin regulation of protein traffic in rat adipose cells

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    42. Sarret, P; Nouel, D; Dal Farra, C; Vincent, JP; Beaudet, A; Mazella, J
      Receptor-mediated internalization is critical for the inhibition of the expression of growth hormone by somatostatin in the pituitary cell line AtT-20

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    43. McKenzie, SM; Doe, WF; Buffinton, GD
      5-Aminosalicylic acid prevents oxidant mediated damage of glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase in colon epithelial cells

      GUT
    44. Stitt, AW; He, C; Vlassara, H
      Characterization of the advanced glycation end-product receptor complex inhuman vascular endothelial cells

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    45. JILKA RL
      CYTOKINES, BONE REMODELING, AND ESTROGEN DEFICIENCY - A 1998 UPDATE

      Bone (New York, N.Y.)
    46. RIBOT C; TREMOLLIERES F
      ESTROGENS AND OSTEOPOROSIS

      Revue du rhumatisme
    47. Bland, JS
      The use of complementary medicine for healthy aging

      ALTERNATIVE THERAPIES IN HEALTH AND MEDICINE
    48. Natella, F; Nardini, M; Ursini, F; Scaccini, C
      Oxidative modification of human low-density lipoprotein by horseradish peroxidase in the absence of hydrogen peroxide

      FREE RADICAL RESEARCH
    49. Komori, T; Shimoishi, K; Harashima, H; Otagiri, M
      Effects of repeated clarithromycin administration on the pharmacokinetic properties of pindolol in rats

      BIOLOGICAL & PHARMACEUTICAL BULLETIN
    50. TAKIZAWA H; DESAKI M; OHTOSHI T; KAWASAKI S; KOHYAMA T; SATO M; NAKAJIMA J; YANAGISAWA M; ITO K
      ERYTHROMYCIN AND CLARITHROMYCIN ATTENUATE CYTOKINE-INDUCED ENDOTHELIN-1 EXPRESSION IN HUMAN BRONCHIAL EPITHELIAL-CELLS

      The European respiratory journal
    51. ASHITANI J; MUKAE H; NAKAZATO M; IHI T; MASHIMOTO H; KADOTA J; KOHNO S; MATSUKURA S
      ELEVATED CONCENTRATIONS OF DEFENSINS IN BRONCHOALVEOLAR LAVAGE FLUID IN DIFFUSE PANBRONCHIOLITIS

      The European respiratory journal
    52. BOLTON JL; PISHA E; ZHANG FG; QIU SX
      ROLE OF QUINOIDS IN ESTROGEN CARCINOGENESIS

      Chemical research in toxicology
    53. MANOLAGAS SC
      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF OSTEOPOROSIS

      Aging
    54. BIERHAUS A; ZIEGLER R; NAWROTH PP
      MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF DIABETIC ANGIOPATHY - CLUES FOR INNOVATIVE THERAPEUTIC INTERVENTIONS

      Hormone research
    55. MCDONNELL DP
      DEFINITION OF THE MOLECULAR MECHANISM OF ACTION OF TISSUE-SELECTIVE ESTROGEN-RECEPTOR MODULATORS

      Biochemical Society transactions
    56. KAWASAKI S; TAKIZAWA H; OHTOSHI T; TAKEUCHI N; KOHYAMA T; NAKAMURA H; KASAMA T; KOBAYASHI K; NAKAHARA K; MORITA Y; YAMAMOTO K
      ROXITHROMYCIN INHIBITS CYTOKINE PRODUCTION BY AND NEUTROPHIL ATTACHMENT TO HUMAN BRONCHIAL EPITHELIAL-CELLS IN-VITRO

      Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy
    57. LALLA E; LAMSTER IB; FEIT M; HUANG L; SCHMIDT AM
      A MURINE MODEL OF ACCELERATED PERIODONTAL-DISEASE IN DIABETES

      Journal of periodontal research
    58. SLOMINSKI A; ERMAK G; MAZURKIEWICZ JE; BAKER J; WORTSMAN J
      CHARACTERIZATION OF CORTICOTROPIN-RELEASING HORMONE (CRH) IN HUMAN SKIN

      The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism
    59. PLOUG T; VANDEURS B; AI H; CUSHMAN SW; RALSTON E
      ANALYSIS OF GLUT4 DISTRIBUTION IN WHOLE SKELETAL-MUSCLE FIBERS - IDENTIFICATION OF DISTINCT STORAGE COMPARTMENTS THAT ARE RECRUITED BY INSULIN AND MUSCLE CONTRACTIONS

      The Journal of cell biology
    60. LI JF; QU XQ; SCHMIDT AM
      SP1-BINDING ELEMENTS IN THE PROMOTER OF RAGE ARE ESSENTIAL FOR AMPHOTERIN-MEDIATED GENE-EXPRESSION IN CULTURED NEUROBLASTOMA-CELLS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    61. ZIERLER K
      DOES INSULIN-INDUCED INCREASE IN THE AMOUNT OF PLASMA-MEMBRANE GLUTS QUANTITATIVELY ACCOUNT FOR INSULIN-INDUCED INCREASE IN GLUCOSE-UPTAKE

      Diabetologia
    62. MORI N; MUKAIDA N; BALLARD DW; MATSUSHIMA K; YAMAMOTO N
      HUMAN T-CELL LEUKEMIA-VIRUS TYPE-I TAX TRANSACTIVATES HUMAN INTERLEUKIN-8 GENE THROUGH ACTING CONCURRENTLY ON AP-1 AND NUCLEAR FACTOR-KAPPA-B-LIKE SITES

      Cancer research
    63. Nonaka, M; Pawankar, R; Saji, F; Yagi, T
      Effect of roxithromycin on IL-8 synthesis and proliferation of nasal polypfibroblasts

      ACTA OTO-LARYNGOLOGICA
    64. ILANGOVAN G; PILLAI KC
      UNUSUAL ACTIVATION OF GLASSY-CARBON ELECTRODES FOR ENHANCED ADSORPTION OF MONOMERIC MOLYBDATE(VI)

      Journal of electroanalytical chemistry [1992]
    65. TAKIZAWA H; DESAKI M; OHTOSHI T; KAWASAKI S; KOHYAMA T; SATO M; TANAKA M; KASAMA T; KOBAYASHI K; NAKAJIMA J; ITO K
      ERYTHROMYCIN MODULATES IL-8 EXPRESSION IN NORMAL AND INFLAMED HUMAN BRONCHIAL EPITHELIAL-CELLS

      American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine
    66. BERTRAND F; BASKETTER DA; ROBERTS DW; LEPOITTEVIN JP
      SKIN SENSITIZATION TO EUGENOL AND ISOEUGENOL IN MICE - POSSIBLE METABOLIC PATHWAYS INVOLVING ORTHO-QUINONE AND QUINONE METHIDE INTERMEDIATES

      Chemical research in toxicology
    67. GALARIS D; KORANTZOPOULOS P
      ON THE MOLECULAR MECHANISM OF METMYOGLOBIN-CATALYZED REDUCTION OF HYDROGEN-PEROXIDE BY ASCORBATE

      Free radical biology & medicine
    68. RICHARD DE; CHRETIEN L; CARON M; GUILLEMETTE G
      STIMULATION OF THE ANGIOTENSIN-II TYPE-I RECEPTOR ON BOVINE ADRENAL GLOMERULOSA CELLS ACTIVATES A TEMPERATURE-SENSITIVE INTERNALIZATION-RECYCLING PATHWAY

      Molecular and cellular endocrinology
    69. ZIYADEH FN; COHEN MP; GUO J; JIN YL
      RAGE MESSENGER-RNA EXPRESSION IN THE DIABETIC MOUSE KIDNEY

      Molecular and cellular biochemistry
    70. ZHOU QG; LIU NF; XIE PL
      EXPRESSION OF RECEPTOR FOR ADVANCED GLYCOSYLATION END-PRODUCTS (AGEP)AND INHIBITION OF AGEP-INDUCED CYTOSOLIC CALCIUM ELEVATION BY DILTIAZEM IN CULTURED RAT AORTIC SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS

      Zhongguo yaoli xuebao
    71. HOFMAN P; PICHE M; SELVA E; GUZMAN E; BATTAGLIONE V; DANDREA L; ROSSI B
      ROLES AND MECHANISM OF ACTION OF NEUTROPH ILS DURING THE PHENOMENON OF ACUTE INTESTINAL INFLAMMATION

      Annales de pathologie
    72. CHURG A; ZAY K; LI K
      MECHANISMS OF MINERAL DUST-INDUCED EMPHYSEMA

      Environmental health perspectives
    73. KOYAMA H; GEDDES DM
      ERYTHROMYCIN AND DIFFUSE PANBRONCHIOLITIS

      Thorax
    74. DANTUMA NP; PIJNENBURG MAP; DIEDEREN JHB; VANDERHORST DJ
      DEVELOPMENTAL DOWN-REGULATION OF RECEPTOR-MEDIATED ENDOCYTOSIS OF AN INSECT LIPOPROTEIN

      Journal of lipid research
    75. GOLDMAN F; CRABTREE J; HOLLENBACK C; KORETZKY G
      SEQUESTRATION OF P56(ICK) BY GP120, A MODEL FOR TCR DESENSITIZATION

      The Journal of immunology
    76. BOLTON JL; PISHA E; SHEN L; KROL ES; IVERSON SL; HUANG ZW; VANBREEMEN RB; PEZZUTO JM
      THE REACTIVITY OF O-QUINONES WHICH DO NOT ISOMERIZE TO QUINONE METHIDES CORRELATES WITH ALKYLCATECHOL-INDUCED TOXICITY IN HUMAN-MELANOMA CELLS

      Chemico-biological interactions
    77. KROL ES; BOLTON JL
      OXIDATION OF 4-ALKYLPHENOLS AND CATECHOLS BY TYROSINASE - ORTHO-SUBSTITUENTS ALTER THE MECHANISM OF QUINOID FORMATION

      Chemico-biological interactions
    78. ONUOHA AC; ZU XL; RUSLING JF
      ELECTROCHEMICAL GENERATION AND REACTIONS OF FERRYLMYOGLOBINS IN WATERAND MICROEMULSIONS

      Journal of the American Chemical Society
    79. OSAWA Y; WILLIAMS MS
      COVALENT CROSS-LINKING OF THE HEME PROSTHETIC GROUP TO MYOGLOBIN BY H2O2 - TOXICOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS

      Free radical biology & medicine
    80. TIMMERS KI; CLARK AE; OMATSUKANBE M; WHITEHEART SW; BENNETT MK; HOLMAN GD; CUSHMAN SW
      IDENTIFICATION OF SNAP RECEPTORS IN RAT ADIPOSE CELL-MEMBRANE FRACTIONS AND IN SNARE COMPLEXES CO-IMMUNOPRECIPITATED WITH EPITOPE-TAGGED N-ETHYLMALEIMIDE-SENSITIVE FUSION PROTEIN

      Biochemical journal
    81. HUNYADY L; ZHANG M; JAGADEESH G; BOR M; BALLA T; CATT KJ
      DEPENDENCE OF AGONIST ACTIVATION ON A CONSERVED APOLAR RESIDUE IN THE3RD INTRACELLULAR LOOP OF THE AT(1) ANGIOTENSIN RECEPTOR

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    82. MIYATA T; HORI O; ZHANG JH; YAN SD; FERRAN L; LIDA Y; SCHMIDT AM
      THE RECEPTOR FOR ADVANCED GLYCATION END-PRODUCTS (RAGE) IS A CENTRAL MEDIATOR OF THE INTERACTION OF AGE-BETA(2)MICROGLOBULIN WITH HUMAN MONONUCLEAR PHAGOCYTES VIA AN OXIDANT-SENSITIVE PATHWAY - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE PATHOGENESIS OF DIALYSIS-RELATED AMYLOIDOSIS

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    83. FUJIWARA R; NAKAI T
      EFFECTS OF GLUCOSE, INSULIN, AND INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH-FACTOR-I ON GLUCOSE-TRANSPORT ACTIVITY IN CULTURED RAT VASCULAR SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS

      Atherosclerosis
    84. LARANJINHA J; VIEIRA O; ALMEIDA L; MADEIRA V
      INHIBITION OF METMYOGLOBIN H2O2-DEPENDENT LOW-DENSITY-LIPOPROTEIN LIPID-PEROXIDATION BY NATURALLY-OCCURRING PHENOLIC-ACIDS/

      Biochemical pharmacology
    85. ABDELAZIZ MM; DEVALIA JL; KHAIR OA; CALDERON M; SAPSFORD RJ; DAVIES RJ
      THE EFFECT OF CONDITIONED MEDIUM FROM CULTURED HUMAN BRONCHIAL EPITHELIAL-CELLS ON EOSINOPHIL AND NEUTROPHIL CHEMOTAXIS AND ADHERENCE IN-VITRO

      American journal of respiratory cell and molecular biology
    86. MIURA T; MURAOKA S; OGISO T
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PROTEIN DAMAGE AND FERRYLMYOGLOBIN

      Biochemistry and molecular biology international
    87. LARANJINHA J; ALMEIDA L; MADEIRA V
      REDUCTION OF FERRYLMYOGLOBIN BY DIETARY PHENOLIC-ACID DERIVATIVES OF CINNAMIC ACID

      Free radical biology & medicine
    88. VELLUTINI C; HORSCHOWSKI N; PHILIPPON V; GAMBARELLI D; NAVE KA; FILIPPI P
      DEVELOPMENT OF LYMPHOID HYPERPLASIA IN TRANSGENIC MICE EXPRESSING THEHIV TAT GENE

      AIDS research and human retroviruses
    89. GALARIS D; YOVA D; KORANTZOPOULOS P; BARBOUNAKI S; KOUTSOURIS D
      EFFECTS OF ASCORBIC-ACID ON TERT-BUTYL HYDROPEROXIDE-INDUCED DEFORMABILITY DECREASE IN HUMAN ERYTHROCYTES

      Clinical hemorheology
    90. THOMAS WG; BAKER KM; MOTEL TJ; THEKKUMKARA TJ
      ANGIOTENSIN-II RECEPTOR ENDOCYTOSIS INVOLVES 2 DISTINCT REGIONS EF THE CYTOPLASMIC TAIL - A ROLE FOR RESIDUES ON THE HYDROPHOBIC FACE OF A PUTATIVE AMPHIPATHIC HELIX

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    91. HUNYADY L; BOR M; BAUKAL AJ; BALLA T; CATT KJ
      A CONSERVED NPLFY SEQUENCE CONTRIBUTES TO AGONIST BINDING AND SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION BUT IS NOT AN INTERNALIZATION SIGNAL FOR THE TYPE-1 ANGIOTENSIN-II RECEPTOR

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    92. GAO JP; REN JM; GULVE EA; HOLLOSZY JO
      ADDITIVE EFFECT OF CONTRACTIONS AND INSULIN ON GLUT-4 TRANSLOCATION INTO THE SARCOLEMMA

      Journal of applied physiology
    93. MARTIN S; REAVES B; BANTING G; GOULD GW
      ANALYSIS OF THE COLOCALIZATION OF THE INSULIN-RESPONSIVE GLUCOSE-TRANSPORTER (GLUT4) AND THE TRANS-GOLGI NETWORK MARKER TGN38 WITHIN 3T3-L1ADIPOCYTES

      Biochemical journal
    94. CHAKI S; GUO DF; YAMANO Y; OHYAMA K; TANI M; MIZUKOSHI M; SHIRAI H; INAGAMI T
      ROLE OF CARBOXYL TAIL OF THE RAT ANGIOTENSIN-II TYPE 1A RECEPTOR IN AGONIST-INDUCED INTERNALIZATION OF THE RECEPTOR

      Kidney international
    95. HUNYADY L; TIAN Y; SANDBERG K; BALLA T; CATT KJ
      DIVERGENT CONFORMATIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ANGIOTENSIN-II RECEPTOR INTERNALIZATION AND SIGNALING

      Kidney international
    96. KRAEMER FB; SATHER SA; PARK B; SZTALRYD C; NATU V; MAY K; NISHIMURA H; SIMPSON I; COOPER AD; CUSHMAN SW
      LOW-DENSITY-LIPOPROTEIN RECEPTORS IN RAT ADIPOSE-CELLS - SUBCELLULAR-LOCALIZATION AND REGULATION BY INSULIN

      Journal of lipid research
    97. DENIS M
      TAT PROTEIN FROM HIV-1 BINDS TO MYCOBACTERIUM-AVIUM VIA A BACTERIAL INTEGRIN - EFFECTS ON EXTRACELLULAR AND INTRACELLULAR GROWTH

      The Journal of immunology
    98. MIYATA T; INAGI R; IIDA Y; SATO M; YAMADA N; ODA O; MAEDA K; SEO H
      INVOLVEMENT OF BETA(2)-MICROGLOBULIN MODIFIED WITH ADVANCED GLYCATIONEND-PRODUCTS IN THE PATHOGENESIS OF HEMODIALYSIS-ASSOCIATED AMYLOIDOSIS - INDUCTION OF HUMAN MONOCYTE CHEMOTAXIS AND MACROPHAGE SECRETION OF TUMOR-NECROSIS-FACTOR-ALPHA AND INTERLEUKIN-1

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    99. HUNYADY L; BOR M; BALLA T; CATT KJ
      IDENTIFICATION OF A CYTOPLASMIC SER-THR-LEU MOTIF THAT DETERMINES AGONIST-INDUCED INTERNALIZATION OF THE AT(1) ANGIOTENSIN RECEPTOR

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    100. MORDENTE A; SANTINI SA; MIGGIANO GAD; MARTORANA GE; PETITTI T; MINOTTI G; GIARDINA B
      THE INTERACTION OF SHORT-CHAIN COENZYME-Q ANALOGS WITH DIFFERENT REDOX STATES OF MYOGLOBIN

      The Journal of biological chemistry


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