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Ahmad, Sarfraz

T-LYMPHOCYTE Ca2+ SIGNALLING AND PROLIFERATIVE RESPONSES DURING SEPSIS.

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Arden, Warwick A.

EARLY ENDOTOXIC SHOCK RESULTS IN ENHANCED VASODILATOR RESPONSES TO NITROGLYCERIN BUT UNALTERED RESPONSES TO NEUROPEPTIDES CALCITONIN GENE-RELATED PEPTIDE AND SUBSTANCE P.

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Ba, Zheng F.

DIFFERENTIAL ALTERATIONS IN CYCLIC NUCLEOTIDE LEVELS IN KUPFFER CELLS AND HEPATOCYTES FOLLOWING TRAUMA-HEMORRHAGE AND RESUSCITATION.

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Bauer, Inge

ENDOTHELIN-1 AS A REGULATOR OF HEPATIC MICROCIRCULATION: SUBLOBULAR DISTRIBUTION OF EFFECTS AND IMPACT ON HEPATOCELLULAR SECRETORY FUNCTION.

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Bauer, Michael

ENDOTHELIN-1 AS A REGULATOR OF HEPATIC MICROCIRCULATION: SUBLOBULAR DISTRIBUTION OF EFFECTS AND IMPACT ON HEPATOCELLULAR SECRETORY FUNCTION.

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Brain, Joseph D.

STAUROSPORINE ENCAPSULATED INTO pH-SENSITIVE LIPOSOMES REDUCES TNF PRODUCTION AND INCREASES SURVIVAL IN RAT ENDOTOXIN SHOCK.

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Bühren, V.

INTESTINAL ISCHEMIA: REPERFUSION-MEDIATED INCREASE IN HYDROXYL FREE RADICAL FORMATION AS REPORTED BY SALICYLATE HYDROXYLATION.

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Causey, Karen M.

EFFECTS OF SEPSIS ON RECOVERY OF THE HEART FROM 50 MIN ISCHEMIA.

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Chaudry, Irshad H.

DIFFERENTIAL ALTERATIONS IN CYCLIC NUCLEOTIDE LEVELS IN KUPFFER CELLS AND HEPATOCYTES FOLLOWING TRAUMA-HEMORRHAGE AND RESUSCITATION.

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Choudhry, Mashkoor A.

T-LYMPHOCYTE Ca2+ SIGNALLING AND PROLIFERATIVE RESPONSES DURING SEPSIS.

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Clemens, Mark G.

ENDOTHELIN-1 AS A REGULATOR OF HEPATIC MICROCIRCULATION: SUBLOBULAR DISTRIBUTION OF EFFECTS AND IMPACT ON HEPATOCELLULAR SECRETORY FUNCTION.

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Ekataksin, Wichai

ETHANOL EXACERBATES HEPATIC MICROVASCULAR DYSFUNCTION, ENDOTOXEMIA, AND LETHALITY IN SEPTIC MICE.

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Eneff, Kent

INTESTINAL ISCHEMIA: REPERFUSION-MEDIATED INCREASE IN HYDROXYL FREE RADICAL FORMATION AS REPORTED BY SALICYLATE HYDROXYLATION.

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Erlandsen, Stanley L.

BACTERIAL TRANSLOCATION IN CULTURED ENTEROCYTES: MAGNITUDE, SPECIFICITY, AND ELECTRON MICROSCOPIC OBSERVATIONS OF ENDOCYTOSIS.

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Fiscus, Ronald R.

EARLY ENDOTOXIC SHOCK RESULTS IN ENHANCED VASODILATOR RESPONSES TO NITROGLYCERIN BUT UNALTERED RESPONSES TO NEUROPEPTIDES CALCITONIN GENE-RELATED PEPTIDE AND SUBSTANCE P.

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Floyd, Robert A.

INTESTINAL ISCHEMIA: REPERFUSION-MEDIATED INCREASE IN HYDROXYL FREE RADICAL FORMATION AS REPORTED BY SALICYLATE HYDROXYLATION.

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Gamelli, Richard L.

ALTERATIONS OF GLUCOSE TRANSPORTER MRNA AND PROTEIN LEVELS IN BRAIN FOLLOWING THERMAL INJURY AND SEPSIS IN MICE.

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Gross, David R.

EARLY ENDOTOXIC SHOCK RESULTS IN ENHANCED VASODILATOR RESPONSES TO NITROGLYCERIN BUT UNALTERED RESPONSES TO NEUROPEPTIDES CALCITONIN GENE-RELATED PEPTIDE AND SUBSTANCE P.

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Guice, Karen S.

THE EFFECTS OF HYPOVOLEMIA ON MULTIPLE ORGAN INJURY FOLLOWING INTESTINAL REPERFUSION.

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He, Li-Ke

ALTERATIONS OF GLUCOSE TRANSPORTER MRNA AND PROTEIN LEVELS IN BRAIN FOLLOWING THERMAL INJURY AND SEPSIS IN MICE.

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