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2003Blockade of vascular smooth muscle cell proliferation and intimal thickening after balloon injury by the Sulfated Oligosaccharide PI-88 Phosphomannopentaose Sulfate directly binds FGF-2, blocks cellular signalling and inhibits proliferationLowe, Harry; Bingley, John A.; Brown, Katherine J; Cowden, William B.; et, al; Francis, Douglas J.; Hayward, Ian P.; Khachigian, Levon M.; McGarry, Mark; Parish, Christopher R.; Santiago, Fernando S.; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research InstituteBlockade of vascular smooth muscle cell proliferation and intimal thickening after balloon injury by the Sulfated Oligosaccharide PI-88 Phosphomannopentaose Sulfate directly binds FGF-2, blocks cellular signalling and inhibits proliferation, Circulation Research, vol.92,(8),2003,pp e70-e77
2005Nitric oxide contributes to resistance of the Brown Norway rat to experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis.Willenborg, David; Cowden, William B.; Paridaen, Judith T.; Staykova, Maria A.; Medicine Faculty OfficeNitric oxide contributes to resistance of the Brown Norway rat to experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis., American Journal of Pathology, vol.166,(1),2005,pp 147-157
2005Phagocyte-derived reactive oxygen species do not influence the progression of murine blood-stage malaria infections.Hunt, Nicholas; Mitchell, Andrew; Potter, Sarah; Sanni, L; Cowden, William B.; de Haan, Judy B.; Dinauer, Mary C.; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; School of Medical Sciences: Biomedical Sciences; The George Institute for International Health; Central Clinical School: MedicinePhagocyte-derived reactive oxygen species do not influence the progression of murine blood-stage malaria infections., Infection and Immunity, vol.73,(8),2005,pp 4941-4947