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1-Aug-2020CYP11A1-derived vitamin D<inf>3</inf> products protect against UVB-induced inflammation and promote keratinocytes differentiationAnyamanee Chaiprasongsuk; Zorica Janjetovic; Tae Kang Kim; Robert C. Tuckey; Wei Li; Chander Raman; Uraiwan Panich; Andrzej T. Slominski; Birmingham VA Medical Center; University of Western Australia; The University of Alabama at Birmingham; Faculty of Medicine, Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University; University of Tennessee Health Science Center; Chulabhorn Royal Academy
1-Jul-2018CYP27A1 acts on the pre-vitamin D3 photoproduct, lumisterol, producing biologically active hydroxy-metabolitesRobert C. Tuckey; Wei Li; Dejian Ma; Chloe Y.S. Cheng; Katie M. Wang; Tae Kang Kim; Saowanee Jeayeng; Andrzej T. Slominski; Birmingham VA Medical Center; University of Western Australia; The University of Alabama at Birmingham; Faculty of Medicine, Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University; University of Tennessee Health Science Center
1-Jun-2015Genome-wide analysis of ChREBP binding sites on male mouse liver and white adipose chromatinNaravat Poungvarin; Benny Chang; Minako Imamura; Junsheng Chen; Kanya Moolsuwan; Chanachai Sae-Lee; Wei Li; Lawrence Chan; Baylor College of Medicine; Mahidol University; Riken; Dan L. Duncan Cancer Center
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
12-Feb-2014A randomized clinical trial testing the anti-inflammatory effects of preemptive inhaled nitric oxide in human liver transplantationJohn D. Lang; Alvin B. Smith; Angela Brandon; Kelley M. Bradley; Yuliang Liu; Wei Li; D. Ralph Crowe; Nirag C. Jhala; Richard C. Cross; Luc Frenette; Kenneth Martay; Youri L. Vater; Alexander A. Vitin; Gregory A. Dembo; Derek A. DuBay; J. Steven Bynon; Jeff M. Szychowski; Jorge D. Reyes; Jeffrey B. Halldorson; Stephen C. Rayhill; Andre A. Dick; Ramasamy Bakthavatsalam; Jared Brandenberger; Jo Ann Broeckel-Elrod; Laura Sissons-Ross; Terry Jordan; Lucinda Y. Chen; Arunotai Siriussawakul; Devin E. Eckhoff; Rakesh P. Patel; University of Washington School of Medicine; Jilin University; University of Alabama at Birmingham; Perelman School of Medicine; University of Texas Medical School at Houston; UC San Diego Health; Mahidol University