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Urodilatin and four cardiac hormones decrease human renal carcinoma cell numbersVESELY, B. A; EICHELBAUM, E. J; ALLI, A. A et al.European journal of clinical investigation. 2006, Vol 36, Num 11, pp 810-819, issn 0014-2972, 10 p.Article

Differential expression of transforming growth factor β receptors in human pancreatic adenocarcinomaVENKATASUBBARAO, K; AHMED, M. M; MOHIUDDIN, M et al.Anticancer research. 2000, Vol 20, Num 1A, pp 43-51, issn 0250-7005Article

Reciprocal paracrine pathways link atrial natriuretic peptide and somatostatin secretion in the antrum of the stomachGOWER, W. R; MCCUEN, R. W; ARIMURA, A et al.Regulatory peptides. 2003, Vol 110, Num 2, pp 101-106, issn 0167-0115, 6 p.Article

Three peptides from the atrial natriuretic factor prohormone amino terminus lower blood pressure and produce diuresis, natriuresis, and/or kaliuresis in humansVESELY, D. L; DOUGLASS, M. A; DIETZ, J. R et al.Circulation (New York, N.Y.). 1994, Vol 90, Num 3, pp 1129-1140, issn 0009-7322Article

Functional glucocorticoid receptor modulates pancreatic carcinoma growth through an autocrine loopNORMAN, J; FRANZ, M; SCHIRO, R et al.The Journal of surgical research. 1994, Vol 57, Num 1, pp 33-38, issn 0022-4804Conference Paper

Four peptide hormones decrease the number of human breast adenocarcinoma cellsVESELY, B. A; SONG, S; SANCHEZ-RAMOS, J et al.European journal of clinical investigation. 2005, Vol 35, Num 1, pp 60-69, issn 0014-2972, 10 p.Article

Four peptides decrease the number of human pancreatic adenocarcinoma cellsVESELY, B. A; MCAFEE, Q; GOWER, W. R et al.European journal of clinical investigation. 2003, Vol 33, Num 11, pp 998-1005, issn 0014-2972, 8 p.Article

Directed antisense therapy confirms the role of protein kinase C-α in the tumorigenicity of pancreatic cancer. DiscussionDENHAM, D. W; FRANZ, M. G; DENHAM, W et al.Surgery. 1998, Vol 124, Num 2, pp 218-224, issn 0039-6060Conference Paper

Fundusectomy-induced hypergastrinemia is not due to acid inhibition aloneFABIAN, M A; FABRI, P. J; KNIERIM, T. H et al.Surgery. 1989, Vol 106, Num 6, pp 1103-1107, issn 0039-6060, 5 p.Conference Paper

Effect of secretin on gastrin release from gastrinoma cells in vitroELKHAMMAS, E. A; GOWER, W. R; WOLTERING, E. A et al.Surgery. 1986, Vol 100, Num 6, pp 948-953, issn 0039-6060Conference Paper

Novel therapeutic approach for cancer using four cardiovascular hormonesVESELY, D. L; CLARK, L. C; GARCES, A. H et al.European journal of clinical investigation. 2004, Vol 34, Num 10, pp 674-682, issn 0014-2972, 9 p.Article

Tissue-specific cytokine production during experimental acute pancreatitis : A probable mechanism for distant organ dysfunctionNORMAN, J. G; FINK, G. W; DENHAM, W et al.Digestive diseases and sciences. 1997, Vol 42, Num 8, pp 1783-1788, issn 0163-2116Conference Paper

Cirrhosis with ascites : increased atrial natriuretic peptide messenger RNA expression in rat ventriclePOULOS, J. E; GOWER, W. R; FONTANET, H. L et al.Gastroenterology (New York, NY. 1943). 1995, Vol 108, Num 5, pp 1496-1503, issn 0016-5085Article

Atrial natriuretic peptides are present throughout the plant kingdom and enhance solute flow in plantsVESELY, D. L; GOWER, W. R; GIORDANO, A. T et al.American journal of physiology. Endocrinology and metabolism. 1993, Vol 28, Num 3, pp E465-E477, issn 0193-1849Article

Effect of somatostatin analogue (SMS 201-995) on molecular species of gastrin in gastrinomaCAMPAGNOLO, D; GOWER, W. R; FABRI, P. J et al.Surgery. 1987, Vol 102, Num 6, pp 982-987, issn 0039-6060Conference Paper

Peritoneal fluid in human acute pancreatitis blocks hepatic mitochondrial respirationCOTICCHIA, J. M; LESSLER, M. A; CAREY, L. C et al.Surgery. 1986, Vol 100, Num 5, pp 850-856, issn 0039-6060Conference Paper

Cardiac and kidney hormones cure up to 86% of human small-cell lung cancers in miceEICHELBAUM, E. J; SUN, Y; ALLI, A. A et al.European journal of clinical investigation. 2008, Vol 38, Num 8, pp 562-570, issn 0014-2972, 9 p.Article

Matrix metalloproteinase inhibition attenuates human pancreatic cancer growth in vitro and decreases mortality and tumorigenesis in vivoZERVOS, E. E; NORMAN, J. G; GOWER, W. R et al.The Journal of surgical research. 1997, Vol 69, Num 2, pp 367-371, issn 0022-4804Conference Paper

Congestive heart failure : increased cardiac and extracardiac atrial natriuretic peptide gene expressionPOULOS, J. E; GOWER, W. R; SULLEBARGER, J. T et al.Cardiovascular research. 1996, Vol 32, Num 5, pp 909-919, issn 0008-6363Article

Interleukin-1 receptor antagonist decreases severity of experimental acute pancreatitisNORMAN, J; FRANZ, M; MESSINA, J et al.Surgery. 1995, Vol 117, Num 6, pp 648-655, issn 0039-6060Article

Atrial natriuretic peptides in the heart and hemolymph of the oyster, Crassostrea virginica : a comparison with vertebratesVESELY, D. L; GOWER, W. R; GIORDANO, A. T et al.Comparative biochemistry and physiology. B. Comparative biochemistry. 1993, Vol 106, Num 3, pp 535-546, issn 0305-0491Article

Hepatic function after Porto-systemic shunt : Annual symposium of the Association of Veterans Administration Surgeons, Milwaukee, WI, May 9-11, 1991GODELLAS, C. V; FABRI, P. J; KNIERIM, T. H et al.The Journal of surgical research. 1992, Vol 52, Num 2, pp 157-160, issn 0022-4804Conference Paper

Posttranslational gastrin processing depends on tumor morphology. DiscussionGODELLAS, C. V; GOWER, W. R; FABRI, P. J et al.Surgery. 1990, Vol 108, Num 6, pp 1102-1108, issn 0039-6060Conference Paper

Five cardiac hormones decrease the number of human small-cell lung cancer cellsVESELY, B. A; SONG, S; SANCHEZ-RAMOS, J et al.European journal of clinical investigation. 2005, Vol 35, Num 6, pp 388-398, issn 0014-2972, 11 p.Article

Four peptide hormones' specific decrease (up to 97%) of human prostate carcinoma cellsVESELY, B. A; ALII, A. A; SONG, S. J et al.European journal of clinical investigation. 2005, Vol 35, Num 11, pp 700-710, issn 0014-2972, 11 p.Article

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