Surgical Oncology

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Division of Surgical Oncology


ADVANCED PRACTICE PROVIDER - Publications


Pamela Kexel, PA-C

 

Pamela Kexel, PA-C
Physician Assistant


  1. Mechanism of MAdCAM-1 gene expression in human intestinal microvascular endothelial cell. Ogawa H, Binion DG, Heidemann J, Theriot M, *Fisher PJ, Johnson NA, Otterson MF, Rafiee P. Am J. of Phys., Cell. Phys.; 2005, 288, 2, C272-81, United States.
  2. Cyclosporine A differentially inhibits multiple steps in VEGF induced angiogenesis in human microvascular endothelial cells through altered intracellular signaling.  Rafiee P, Heidemann J, Ogawa H, Johnson NA, *Fisher PJ, Li MS, Otterson MF, Johnson CP, Binion DG. Cell. Commun. and Signal.; 2004, 2, 1, 3.
  3. Sodium butyrate inhibits angiogenesis of human intestinal microvascular endothelial cells through COX-2 inhibition.  Ogawa H, Rafiee P, *Fisher PJ, Johnson NA, Otterson MF, Binion DG. FEBS Lett.; 2003, 554, 1-2, 88-94, Netherlands.
  4. Butyrate modulates gene and protein expression in human intestinal endothelial cells.  Ogawa H, Rafiee P, *Fisher PJ, Johnson NA, Otterson MF, Binion DG. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun.; 2003, 309, 3, 512-19, United States.
  5. Isolation and characterization of human esophageal microvascular endothelial cells: mechanisms of inflammatory activation.  Rafiee P, Ogawa H, Heidemann J, Li MS, Aslam M, Lamirand TH, *Fisher PJ, Graewin SJ, Dwinell MB, Johnson CP, Shaker R, Binion DG. Am. J. Physiol. Gastrointest. Liver Physiol; 2003. 285. 6. G1277-92. United States.
  6. Mechanisms of endotoxin tolerance in human intestinal microvascular endothelial cells. Ogawa H, Rafiee P, Heidemann J, *Fisher PJ, Johnson NA, Otterson MF, Kalyanaraman B, Pritchard KA, Jr., Binion DG. J. Immunol.; 2003, 170, 12, 5956-64, United States.
  7. Cyclosporine A enhances leukocyte binding by human intestinal microvascular endothelial cells through inhibition of p38 MAPK and iNOS. Paradoxical proinflammatory effect on the microvascular endothelium.  Rafiee P, Johnson CP, Li MS, Ogawa H, Heidemann J, *Fisher PJ, Lamirand TH, Otterson MF, Wilson KT, Binion DG. J. Biol. Chem.; 2002, 277, 38, 35605-15, United States.
  8. Deficient iNOS in inflammatory bowel disease intestinal microvascular endothelial cells results in increased leukocyte adhesion.  Binion DG, Rafiee P, Ramanujam KS, Fu S, *Fisher PJ, Rivera MT, Johnson CP, Otterson MF, Telford GL, Wilson KT. Free Radic, Biol. Medi.; 2000, 29, 9, 881-8, United States.

*PJ Fisher represents Pamela Kexel prior to a name change.

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