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1-Sep-2019Extracellular vesicle-mediated macrophage activation: An insight into the mechanism of thioredoxin-mediated immune activationChontida Yarana; Hannah Thompson; Luksana Chaiswing; D. Allan Butterfield; Heidi Weiss; Subbarao Bondada; Sara Alhakeem; Suriyan Sukati; Daret K. St. Clair; University of Kentucky HealthCare; Walailak University; University of Kentucky; Mahidol University
1-Apr-2018Extracellular vesicles released by cardiomyocytes in a doxorubicin-induced cardiac injury mouse model contain protein biomarkers of early cardiac injuryChontida Yarana; Dustin Carroll; Jing Chen; Luksana Chaiswing; Yanming Zhao; Teresa Noel; Michael Alstott; Younsoo Bae; Emily V. Dressler; Jeffrey A. Moscow; D. Allan Butterfield; Haining Zhu; Daret K.St Clair; Wake Forest University School of Medicine; University of Kentucky HealthCare; University of Kentucky; National Cancer Institute; Mahidol University
1-Feb-2016Novel role of 4-hydroxy-2-nonenal in AIFm2-mediated mitochondrial stress signalingSumitra Miriyala; Chadinee Thippakorn; Luksana Chaiswing; Yong Xu; Teresa Noel; Artak Tovmasyan; Ines Batinic-Haberle; Craig W. Vander Kooi; Wang Chi; Ahmed Abdel Latif; Manikandan Panchatcharam; Virapong Prachayasittikul; D. Allan Butterfield; Mary Vore; Jeffrey Moscow; Daret K.St Clair; University of Kentucky; Louisiana State University in Shreveport; Mahidol University; University of Wisconsin Madison; Duke University Medical Center; University of Kentucky HealthCare
1-Jul-2012Pathologic changes in breast cancer after anti-estrogen therapyNorasate Samarnthai; Richard Elledge; Thomas J. Prihoda; Jian Huang; Suleiman Massarweh; I. Tien Yeh; Mahidol University; University of Texas at San Antonio; Medical College of Wisconsin; University of Kentucky HealthCare
1-Jun-2019Protective effects of novel derivatives of vitamin D <inf>3</inf> and lumisterol against UVB-induced damage in human keratinocytes involve activation of Nrf2 and p53 defense mechanismsAnyamanee Chaiprasongsuk; Zorica Janjetovic; Tae Kang Kim; Stuart G. Jarrett; John A. D'Orazio; Michael F. Holick; Edith K.Y. Tang; Robert C. Tuckey; Uraiwan Panich; Wei Li; Andrzej T. Slominski; Birmingham VA Medical Center; University of Western Australia; University of Kentucky HealthCare; The University of Alabama at Birmingham; Boston University; Faculty of Medicine, Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University; University of Tennessee Health Science Center