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Cardiovascular Biology Research Program

       What We Do

The Cardiovascular Biology Research Program, headed by Rodger P. McEver, M.D., investigates fundamental mechanisms involved in blood and lymphatic vessel function, atherogenesis, blood coagulation, inflammation, and sepsis.

       Our Publications

2014

Hess PR, Rawnsley DR, Jakus Z, Yang Y, Sweet DT, Fu J, Herzog B, Lu M, Nieswandt B, Oliver G, Makinen T, Xia L, Kahn ML. Platelets mediate lymphovenous hemostasis to maintain blood-lymphatic separation throughout life. J Clin Invest 124:273-284, 2014. [Abstract]

Johansson ME, Gustafsson JK, Holmen-Larsson J, Jabbar KS, Xia L, Xu H, Ghishan FK, Carvalho FA, Gewirtz AT, Sjovall H, Hansson GC. Bacteria penetrate the normally impenetrable inner colon mucus layer in both murine colitis models and patients with ulcerative colitis. Gut 63:281-291, 2014. [Abstract]

Keshari RS, Silasi-Mansat R, Zhu H, Popescu NI, Peer G, Chaaban H, Lambris JD, Polf H, Lupu C, Kinasewitz G, Lupu F. Acute Lung Injury and Fibrosis in a Baboon Model of E. coli Sepsis. Am J Respir Cell Mol Biol 50:439-450, 2014. [Abstract]

McBride J, Jenkins A, Liu X, Zhang B, Lee K, Berry WL, Janknecht R, Griffin C, Aston CE, Lyons T, Tomasek JJ, Ma JX. Elevated Circulation Levels of an Anti-angiogenic SERPIN in Patients with Diabetic Microvascular Complications Impairs Wound Healing Through Suppression of Wnt Signaling. J Invest Dermatol 2014. [Abstract] EPub

Perez-Munoz M, Bergstrom K, Peng V, Schmaltz R, Jimenez-Cardona R, Marsteller N, McGee S, Clavel T, Ley R, Xia L, Peterson D. Discordance between changes in the gut microbiota and pathogenicity in a mouse model of spontaneous colitis. Gut Microbes 5: 2014. [Abstract] EPub

Risitano AM, Ricklin D, Huang Y, Reis ES, Chen H, Ricci P, Lin Z, Pascariello C, Raia M, Sica M, Del VL, Pane F, Lupu F, Notaro R, Resuello RR, Deangelis RA, Lambris JD. Peptide inhibitors of C3 activation as a novel strategy of complement inhibition for the treatment of paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria. Blood 2014. [Abstract] EPub

Sommer F, Adam N, Johansson ME, Xia L, Hansson GC, Backhed F. Altered mucus glycosylation in core 1 o-glycan-deficient mice affects microbiota composition and intestinal architecture. PLoS One 9:e85254, 2014. [Abstract]

Tessneer KL, Pasula S, Cai X, Dong Y, McManus J, Liu X, Yu L, Hahn S, Chang B, Chen Y, Griffin C, Xia L, Adams RH, Chen H. Genetic Reduction of Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor Receptor 2 Rescues Aberrant Angiogenesis Caused by Epsin Deficiency. Arterioscler Thromb Vasc Biol 34:331-337, 2014. [Abstract]
* Publications by more than one department or program.

 

       Contact Us

Cardiovascular Biology Research Program
Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation
825 NE 13th Street, MS 45
Oklahoma City, OK 73104

Phone: (405) 271-6480
Fax: (405) 271-3137
Email:  Anita-James@omrf.org