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Acidosis Activation of the Proton-Sensing GPR4 Receptor Stimulates Vascular Endothelial Cell...2013Yang, Li V.StudentECU
Acidosis Activation of the Proton-Sensing GPR4 Receptor Stimulates Vascular Endothelial Cell...2013Asch, Adam S.StudentECU
Acidosis Activation of the Proton-Sensing GPR4 Receptor Stimulates Vascular Endothelial Cell...2013Leffler, Nancy R.StudentECU
Acidosis Activation of the Proton-Sensing GPR4 Receptor Stimulates Vascular Endothelial Cell...2013Li, Zhigang StudentECU
Acidosis Decreases c-Myc Oncogene Expression in Human Lymphoma Cells: A Role for the Proton-...2013Dong, Lixue StudentECU
Acidosis Decreases c-Myc Oncogene Expression in Human Lymphoma Cells: A Role for the Proton-...2013Dean, Eric StudentECU
Acidosis Decreases c-Myc Oncogene Expression in Human Lymphoma Cells: A Role for the Proton-...2013Yang, Li V.StudentECU
Acidosis Decreases c-Myc Oncogene Expression in Human Lymphoma Cells: A Role for the Proton-...2013Li, Zhigang StudentECU
Acquiring Articles through Unmediated User-Initiated Pay-Per-View Transactions: An Assessme...2011Carr, Patrick L.StudentECU
THE ACQUISITION OF NEW STUDENT AFFAIRS PROFESSIONALS' BELIEFS AND PERCEPTIONS ABOUT FACULTY2013Myers, Michele StudentEducational Leadership, ECU
The Actin Binding Protein Fesselin is a Member of the Synaptopodin Family2011Heid, Hans W.StudentECU
The Actin Binding Protein Fesselin is a Member of the Synaptopodin Family2011Chalovich, Joseph M.StudentECU
The Actin Binding Protein Fesselin is a Member of the Synaptopodin Family2011Beall, Brent StudentECU
The Actin Binding Protein Fesselin is a Member of the Synaptopodin Family2011Schroeter, Mechthild M.StudentECU
Activation of GPR4 by Acidosis Increases Endothelial Cell Adhesion through the cAMP/Epac Pat...2011Dong, Lixue StudentECU
Activation of GPR4 by Acidosis Increases Endothelial Cell Adhesion through the cAMP/Epac Pat...2011Leffler, Nancy R.StudentECU
Activation of GPR4 by Acidosis Increases Endothelial Cell Adhesion through the cAMP/Epac Pat...2011Asch, Adam S.StudentECU
Activation of GPR4 by Acidosis Increases Endothelial Cell Adhesion through the cAMP/Epac Pat...2011Witte, Owen N.StudentECU
Activation of GPR4 by Acidosis Increases Endothelial Cell Adhesion through the cAMP/Epac Pat...2011Yang, Li V.StudentECU
Activation of GPR4 by Acidosis Increases Endothelial Cell Adhesion through the cAMP/Epac Pat...2011Chen, Aishe StudentECU
Activation of GPR4 by acidosis inhibits tumor cell migration invasion and metastasis.2011Castellone, Reid DavidStudentBiology, ECU
Activation of the proton sensing G-protein coupled receptor, GPR4, regulates focal adhesion ...2014Justus, Calvin RichardStudentECU
The Activist's Daughter1997Jones, Plummer AlstonFacultyECU
Activity of dose-dense outpatient intravenous Interleukin-2 preceded by famotidine in metast...2013Quan, Francine MStudentECU
Activity of dose-dense outpatient intravenous Interleukin-2 preceded by famotidine in metast...2013Quan, Walter StudentECU