John Lambeth

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Phone: 404-727-5875

Email: dlambe@emory.edu

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SOM: Pathology: Admin

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Works 1-10 of 16

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Article

Nox1 is over-expressed in human colon cancers and correlates with activating mutations in K-Ras

by Eunice Laurent; James W. McCoy,lll; Roberto A. Macina; Wenhui Liu; Guangjie Cheng; Sylvie Robine; Jackie Papkoff; David J Lambeth

2008

Article

NADPH Oxidase 1 Is Associated with Altered Host Survival and T Cell Phenotypes after Influenza A Virus Infection in Mice

by Amelia R. Hofstetter; Juan A. De La Cruz; Weiping Cao; Jenish Patel; Jessica A. Belser; James McCoy; Justine Liepkalns; Samuel Amoah; Guangjie Cheng; Priya Ranjan; Becky Diebold; Wun-Ju Shieh; Sherif Zaki; Jacqueline Katz; Suryaprakash Sambhara; John Lambeth; Shivaprakash Gangappa

2016

Article

Microbicidal Activity of Vascular Peroxidase 1 in Human Plasma via Generation of Hypochlorous Acid

by Hong Li; Zehong Cao; D. Ray Moore; Patricia L. Jackson; Stephen Barnes; John Lambeth; Victor J. Thannickal; Guangjie Cheng

2012

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Constitutive NADPH-Dependent Electron Transferase Activity of the Nox4 Dehydrogenase Domain

by Yukio Nisimoto; Heather M. Jackson; Hisamitsu Ogawa; Tsukasa Kawahara; John Lambeth

2010

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Amyloid-beta and Proinflammatory Cytokines Utilize a Prion Protein-Dependent Pathway to Activate NADPH Oxidase and Induce Cofilin-Actin Rods in Hippocampal Neurons

by Keifer P. Walsh; Laurie S. Minamide; Sarah J. Kane; Alisa E. Shaw; David R. Brown; Bruce Pulford; Mark D. Zabel; John Lambeth; Thomas B. Kuhn; James R. Bamburg

2014

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Tyrosine cross-linking of extracellular matrix is catalyzed by Duox, a multidomain oxidase/peroxidase with homology to the phagocyte oxidase subunit gp91 phox

by William A. Edens; Lisa Sharling; Guangjie Cheng; Raymond Shapira; Joseph Kinkade Jr.; Taehoon Lee; Heather A. Edens; Xuexin Tang; Cameron Sullards; Denise B. Flaherty; Guy Benian; John Lambeth

2001

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Redox signaling regulates commensal-mediated mucosal homeostasis and restitution and requires formyl peptide receptor 1

by Mohammad Alam; Giovanna Leoni; Christy C. Wentworth; Jaclyn M. Kwal; Huixia Wu; Courtney S. Ardita; Phillip Swanson; John Lambeth; Rheinallt M. Jones; Asma Nusrat; Andrew Neish

2014