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Paul Guth, M.D.

University of California, Los Angeles # of Grants: 1

Grants

The Mechanism of Nicotine-Induced Gastric Mucosal Injury 1992 (Cycle 1) $221,032
General Biomedical Science Research Project Awards
Publications

In vivo measurement of rat gastric surgace cell intracellular pH
Periodical: American Journal of Physiology Index Medicus:
Authors: Kaneko K, Guth PH, Kaunitz JD ART
Yr: 1991 Vol: 261 Nbr: 3 Pt 1 Abs: Pg: G548-G552

Na+/H+ exchange regulates intracellular pH of rat gastric surface cells in vivo
Periodical: Pflugers Archiv. European Journal of Physiology Index Medicus:
Authors: Kaneko K, Guth PH, Kaunitz JD ART
Yr: 1992 Vol: 421 Nbr: 4 Abs: Pg: 322-328

Uremia increases gastric mucosal permeability and acid back-diffusion injury in the rat
Periodical: Gastroenterology Index Medicus:
Authors: Quintero E, Kaunitz J, Nishizaki Y, DeGiorgio R, Sternini C, Guth PH ART
Yr: 1992 Vol: 103 Nbr: 6 Abs: Pg: 1762-1768

Effect of orogastric nicotine on rat gastric mucosal gel thickness, surface cell viability and intracellular pH
Periodical: Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics Index Medicus:
Authors: Kaunitz JD, Nishizaki Y, Kaneko K, Guth PH ART
Yr: 1993 Vol: 265 Nbr: 2 Abs: Pg: 948-954

Isoproterenol enhances rat gastric mucosal barrier function in vivo
Periodical: Gastroenterology Index Medicus:
Authors: Nishizaki Y, Guth PH, Kaunitz JD ART
Yr: 1993 Vol: 105 Nbr: 2 Abs: Pg: 340-346