Crystal structure of human junctional adhesion molecule 1: Implications for reovirus binding
- A. Prota, Jacquelyn A. Campbell, T. Stehle
- BiologyProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 15 April 2003
It is demonstrated that HJAM1, but not the related proteins hJAM2 and hJam3, serves as a reovirus receptor, which provides insight into sites in hJ AM1 that likely interact with σ1, and evidence that the previously reported structural homology between σ2 and the adenovirus attachment protein, fiber, also extends to their respective receptors, which form similar dimeric structures.
Angiotensin and cell growth: a link to cardiovascular hypertrophy?
- P. Schelling, H. Fischer, D. Ganten
- BiologyJournal of Hypertension
The possible role of angiotensin II as a growth factor or growth modulator, and its relationship to the development of cardiovascular hypertrophy as an initiating event of the vicious circle in organ…
A new sodium/hydrogen exchange inhibitor, EMD 85131, limits infarct size in dogs when administered before or after coronary artery occlusion.
- R. Gumina, T. Mizumura, N. Beier, P. Schelling, J. J. Schultz, G. Gross
- Biology, MedicineJournal of Pharmacology and Experimental…
- 1 July 1998
It is suggested that selective NHE-1 inhibitors are able to markedly reduce infarct size when given before or during ischemia and also suggest that these compounds may have clinical utility when administered after the initiation of an ischemic insult.
Regional distribution of renin and angiotensinogen in the brain of normotensive (WKY) and spontaneously hypertensive (SHR) rats
- M. Naruse, K. Naruse, J. C. McKenzie, P. Schelling, T. Inagami
- Biology, MedicineBrain Research
- 29 April 1985
Junctional Adhesion Molecule A Serves as a Receptor for Prototype and Field-Isolate Strains of Mammalian Reovirus
- Jacquelyn A. Campbell, P. Schelling, T. Dermody
- BiologyJournal of Virology
- 1 July 2005
Antibodies specific for JAM-A were capable of inhibiting infections of HeLa cells by T1L/53, T2J/55, and T3D/ 55, demonstrating that strains of all three serotypes use JAM, A as a receptor, and little conservation in the deduced σ1 amino acid sequences among the three serotype.
Complete clarification solution for processing high density cell culture harvests
- Sladjana Tomic, Lise Besnard, Christian Hakemeyer
- Biology, Engineering
- 12 February 2015
Iso-renin of extrarenal origin. "The tissue angiotensinogenase systems".
- D. Ganten, P. Schelling, P. Vecsei, U. Ganten
- BiologyAmerican Journal of Medicine
- 31 May 1976
THE ISO‐RENIN ANGIOTENSIN SYSTEMS IN EXTRARENAL TISSUE
- D. Ganten, J. Hutchinson, P. Schelling, U. Ganten, H. Fischer
- Biology, MedicineClinical and Experimental Pharmacology and…
- 1 April 1976
New aspects of the tissue iso-renin angiotensin systems (iso-RAS) in extrarenal tissue are presented as a local cellular enzymatic system.
Nitric Oxide Scavenging by Hydroxocobalamin May Account for Its Hemodynamic Profile
- K. Gerth, T. Ehring, Marian Braendle, P. Schelling
- Biology, ChemistryClinical toxicology
- 1 January 2006
These studies in anesthetized rabbits demonstrate that the moderate pressor effect of hydroxocobalamin is not related to the formation of cyancobalamin but is very likely related toThe scavenging of nitric oxide by hydroxoobalamin.
Impermeability of the blood-cerebrospinal fluid barrier for angiotensin II in rats.
- P. Schelling, J. Hutchinson, U. Ganten, G. Sponer, D. Ganten
- Biology, MedicineClinical science and molecular medicine…
During intravenous infusions of 3H-labelled AII at pressor doses small amounts of radioactivity were found in cerebrospinal fluid perfusate, and the radioactivity of cerebroSpinal fluid outflow could not be related to AII.