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Walter Finkbeiner, M.D., Ph.D.

University of California, San Francisco # of Grants: 3

Grants

In Vitro Characterization of Human Airway Gland Cells 1992 (Cycle 1) $511,793
Pulmonary Disease Research Project Awards

Chronic bronchitis: pathology of mucin gene expression 2000 (Cycle 9) $329,481
Pulmonary Disease Research Project Awards

Chronic bronchitis: pathology of mucin gene expression 2000 (Cycle 9) $147,758
Pulmonary Disease Research Project Awards
Publications

Ion transport by cultures of human tracheobronchial submucosal glands
Periodical: American Journal of Physiology Index Medicus:
Authors: Yamaya M, Finkbeiner WE, Widdicombe JH ART
Yr: 1991 Vol: 261 Nbr: 6 Pt 1 Abs: Pg: L485-L490

Characterization of immortal cystic fibrosis traceobronchial gland epithelial cells
Periodical: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America Index Medicus:
Authors: Cozens AL, Yezzi MJ, Chin L, et al ART
Yr: 1992 Vol: 89 Nbr: 11 Abs: Pg: 5171-5175

Protease XXIV increases detection of mucin gene expression during in situ hybridization in archival tissue
Periodical: Journal of Histochemistry and Cytochemistry Index Medicus:
Authors: Rheinhardt JR, Finkbeiner WE ART
Yr: 2001 Vol: 49 Nbr: Abs: 2001 Pg: 923-924

Comparison of ribroprobes and oligonucleotides for detection of mucin gene expression using in situ hybridization.
Periodical: Index Medicus:
Authors: Rheinhardt JR, and Finkbeiner WE ART
Yr: Vol: Nbr: Abs: Pg:

Protease 24 increases detection of mucin gene expression during in situ hybridization in archival tissue.
Periodical: Journal of Histochemistry and Cytochemistry Index Medicus:
Authors: Rheinhardt JR, Finkbeiner WE ART
Yr: 2001 Vol: 49 Nbr: Abs: Pg: 923-924