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Yongmin Liu, M.D., Ph.D.

Selected Publications

1)  Liu Y, Shim E, Nguyen P, Gibbons AT, Mitchell JB, Poirier MC.
Tempol Protects Cardiomyocytes from Nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitor-Induced Mitochondrial Toxicity.
Toxicol. Sci. 2014.
2)  Olivero OA, Torres LR, Gorjifard S, Momot D, Marrogi E, Divi RL, Liu Y, Woodward RA, Sowers MJ, Poirier MC.
Perinatal exposure of patas monkeys to antiretroviral nucleoside reverse-transcriptase inhibitors induces genotoxicity persistent for up to 3 years of age.
J. Infect. Dis. 208: 244-8, 2013.
3)  Herman EH, Knapton A, Liu Y, Lipshultz SE, Estis J, Todd J, Woodward RA, Cochran T, Zhang J, Poirier MC.
The Influence of Age on Serum Concentrations of Cardiac Troponin I: Results in Rats, Monkeys, and Commercial Sera.
Toxicol Pathol. 2013.
4)  Liu Y, Nguyen P, Baris TZ, Poirier MC.
Molecular analysis of mitochondrial compromise in rodent cardiomyocytes exposed long term to nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors (NRTIs).
Cardiovasc. Toxicol. 12: 123-34, 2012.
5)  Liu Y, Borchert GL, Donald SP, Diwan BA, Anver M, Phang JM.
Proline Oxidase Functions as a Mitochondrial Tumor Suppressor in Human Cancers.
Cancer Res. 69: 6414-22, 2009.
6)  Surazynski A, Donald SP, Cooper SK, Whiteside MA, Salnikow K, Liu Y, Phang JM.
Extracellular matrix and HIF-1 signaling: the role of prolidase.
Int. J. Cancer. 122: 1435-40, 2008.
7)  Phang JM, Pandhare J, Zabirnyk O, Liu Y.
PPARgamma and Proline Oxidase in Cancer.
PPAR Res. 2008: 542694, 2008.
8)  Liu Y, Borchert GL, Surazynski A, Phang JM.
Proline oxidase, a p53-induced gene, targets COX-2/PGE2 signaling to induce apoptosis and inhibit tumor growth in colorectal cancers.
Oncogene. 27: 6729-37, 2008.
9)  Phang JM, Pandhare J, Liu Y.
The metabolism of proline as microenvironmental stress substrate.
J. Nutr. 138: 2008S-2015S, 2008.
10)  Phang JM, Donald SP, Pandhare J, Liu Y.
The metabolism of proline, a stress substrate, modulates carcinogenic pathways.
Amino Acids. 35: 681-90, 2008.
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