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  • A new approach to treating neurodegenerative otologic disorders 

    Moos, Walter H.; Faller, Douglas V.; Glavas, Ioannis P.; Harpp, David N.; Irwin, Michael H.; Kanara, Iphigenia; Pinkert, Carl A.; Powers, Whitney R.; Steliou, Kosta; Vavvas, Demetrios G.; Kodukula, Krishna (2018)
    Hearing loss, the most common neurological disorder and the fourth leading cause of years lived with disability, can have profound effects on quality of life. The impact of this "invisible disability," with significant ...
  • Epigenetic treatment of neurodegenerative ophthalmic disorders: an eye toward the future. 

    Moos, Walter H.; Faller, Douglas V.; Glavas, Ioannis P.; Harpp, David N.; Irwin, Michael H.; Kanara, Iphigenia; Pinkert, Carl A.; Powers, Whitney R.; Steliou, Kosta; Vavvas, Demetrios G.; Kodukula, Krishna (2017)
    Eye disease is one of the primary medical conditions that requires attention and therapeutic intervention in ageing populations worldwide. Further, the global burden of diabetes and obesity, along with heart disease, all ...
  • Microbiota and neurological disorders: a gut feeling. 

    Moos, Walter H.; Faller, Douglas V.; Harpp, David N.; Kanara, Iphigenia; Pernokas, Julie; Powers, Whitney R.; Steliou, Kosta (2016)
    In the past century, noncommunicable diseases have surpassed infectious diseases as the principal cause of sickness and death, worldwide. Trillions of commensal microbes live in and on our body, and constitute the human ...
  • Gut microbiota and salivary diagnostics: the mouth is salivating to tell us something. 

    Kodukula, Krishna; Faller, Douglas V.; Harpp, David N.; Kanara, Iphigenia; Pernokas, Julie; Pernokas, Mark; Powers, Whitney R.; Soukos, Nikolaos S.; Steliou, Kosta; Moos, Walter H. (2017)
    The microbiome of the human body represents a symbiosis of microbial networks spanning multiple organ systems. Bacteria predominantly represent the diversity of human microbiota, but not to be forgotten are fungi, viruses, ...
  • Neuroprotective effects of carnitinoid compounds in rodent cellular and in vivo models of mitochondrial complex I dysfunction 

    Steliou, Kosta (Mesford Publisher Inc, 2019-03-13)
    Rotenone-mediated mitochondrial complex I inhibition was used to model Parkinson’s disease-like syndrome in Lewis rats. Tyrosine hydroxylase immunolabeling demonstrated a decrease in the number of dopaminergic neurons as ...
  • A Computational Approach for Deciphering the Organization of Glycosaminoglycans 

    Spencer, Jean L.; Bernanke, Joel A.; Buczek-Thomas, Jo Ann; Nugent, Matthew A. (Public Library of Science, 2010-2-23)
    BACKGROUND. Increasing evidence has revealed important roles for complex glycans as mediators of normal and pathological processes. Glycosaminoglycans are a class of glycans that bind and regulate the function of a wide ...
  • The Reno-Vascular A2B Adenosine Receptor Protects the Kidney from Ischemia 

    Grenz, Almut; Osswald, Hartmut; Eckle, Tobias; Yang, Dan; Zhang, Hua; Tran, Zung Vu; Klingel, Karin; Ravid, Katya; Eltzschig, Holger K. (Public Library of Science, 2008-6-24)
    BACKGROUND. Acute renal failure from ischemia significantly contributes to morbidity and mortality in clinical settings, and strategies to improve renal resistance to ischemia are urgently needed. Here, we identified ...
  • Distamycin A Inhibits HMGA1-Binding to the P-Selectin Promoter and Attenuates Lung and Liver Inflammation during Murine Endotoxemia 

    Baron, Rebecca M.; Lopez-Guzman, Silvia; Riascos, Dario F.; Macias, Alvaro A.; Layne, Matthew D.; Cheng, Guiying; Harris, Cailin; Chung, Su Wol; Reeves, Raymond; von Andrian, Ulrich H.; Perrella, Mark A. (Public Library of Science, 2010-5-14)
    BACKGROUND. The architectural transcription factor High Mobility Group-A1 (HMGA1) binds to the minor groove of AT-rich DNA and forms transcription factor complexes ("enhanceosomes") that upregulate expression of select ...
  • Tar DNA binding Protein-43 (TDP-43) associates with stress granules: analysis of cultured cells and pathological brain tissue 

    Liu-Yesucevitz, Liqun; Bilgutay, Aylin; Zhang, Yong-Jie; Vanderwyde, Tara; Citro, Allison; Mehta, Tapan; Zaarur, Nava; McKee, Ann; Bowser, Robert; Sherman, Michael; Petrucelli, Leonard; Wolozin, Benjamin (Public Library of Science, 2010-10-11)
    Tar DNA Binding Protein-43 (TDP-43) is a principle component of inclusions in many cases of frontotemporal lobar degeneration (FTLD-U) and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). TDP-43 resides predominantly in the nucleus, ...
  • Loss of AND-34/BCAR3 Expression in Mice Results in Rupture of the Adult Lens 

    Near, Richard I.; Smith, Richard S.; Toselli, Paul A.; Freddo, Thomas F.; Bloom, Alexander B.; Vanden Borre, Pierre; Seldin, David C.; Lerner, Adam (Molecular Vision, 2009-4-03)
    PURPOSE. AND-34/BCAR3 (Breast Cancer Anti-Estrogen Resistance 3) associates with the focal adhesion adaptor protein, p130CAS/BCAR1. Expression of AND-34 regulates epithelial cell growth pattern, motility, and growth factor ...

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