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2009Pharmacology of a Novel, Orally Active PDE4 Inhibitor.Dastidar, SG; Ray, A; Shirumalla, R; Rajgopal, D; Chaudhary, S; Nanda, K; Sharma, P; Seth, MK; Balachandran, S; Gupta, N; Palle, V
27-Jul-2011Airway Smooth Muscle CellsHalayko, AJ; Sharma, P
1-Jan-2019The effectiveness of immunosuppressive cyclosporin in attenuating the progression of interstitial lung diseasesEapen, MS; Gaikwad, AV; Thompson, IE; Lu, W; Myers, S; Sharma, P; Sohal, SS
1-Oct-2012Epithelium-dependent modulation of responsiveness of airways from caveolin-1 knockout mice is mediated through cyclooxygenase-2 and 5-lipoxygenaseSharma, P; Ryu, MH; Basu, S; Maltby, SA; Yeganeh, B; Mutawe, MM; Mitchell, RW; Halayko, AJ
3-Oct-2018sE-cadherin and sVE-cadherin indicate active epithelial/endothelial to mesenchymal transition (EMT and EndoMT) in smokers and COPD: implications for new biomarkers and therapeuticsEapen, MS; Myers, S; Lu, W; Tanghe, C; Sharma, P; Sohal, SS
1-Jan-2014Airway mesenchymal cell death by mevalonate cascade inhibition: Integration of autophagy, unfolded protein response and apoptosis focusing on Bcl2 family proteinsGhavami, S; Sharma, P; Yeganeh, B; Ojo, OO; Jha, A; Mutawe, MM; Kashani, HH; Los, MJ; Klonisch, T; Unruh, H; Halayko, AJ
1-Jan-2014Mechanisms of glucocorticoid action and insensitivity in airways diseaseBoardman, C; Chachi, L; Gavrila, A; Keenan, CR; Perry, MM; Xia, YC; Meurs, H; Sharma, P
1-Jan-2015A role for transient receptor potential ankyrin 1 cation channel (TRPA1) in airway hyper-responsiveness?Jha, A; Sharma, P; Anaparti, V; Ryu, MH; Halayko, AJ
1-Jan-2015Characterization of the dystrophin–glycoprotein complex in airway smooth muscle: Role of δ-sarcoglycan in airway responsivenessSharma, P; Jha, A; Stelmack, GL; Detillieux, K; Basu, S; Klonisch, T; Unruh, H; Halayko, AJ
1-Jan-2012Motility, survival, and proliferationGerthoffer, WT; Schaafsma, D; Sharma, P; Ghavami, S; Halayko, AJ
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