Shukriyyah D. Mitchell

Learn More
BACKGROUND Barrett's esophagus is a premalignant condition whereby the normal stratified squamous esophageal epithelium undergoes a transdifferentiation program resulting in a simple columnar epithelium reminiscent of the small intestine. These changes are typically associated with the stratified squamous epithelium chronically exposed to acid and bile(More)
An amine, after dansylation, has been isolated from Nicotiana tabacum crown gall tumours for the first time and characterized as 4-hydroxy-3-methoxy-beta-phenylethylamine (3-methoxytyramine). The compound cannot be detected in differentiated N. tabacum tissues but appears in the corresponding callus controls. Its concentration is further increased 5-42-fold(More)
  • 1