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Stewart Leith Chritton, Ph.D., M.D.


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  1. Chritton SL, Sheng M. CYRL, a novel cytokine receptor-like protein expressed in testis, lung, and spleen. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 2000 Jan 27; 267(3):697-702. PMID: 10673354.
    Citations: 1     Fields:    Translation:HumansAnimalsCells
  2. Tyce GM, Chritton SL, Barnes RD, Ward LE, Hunter LW, Rorie DK. The adrenal gland as a source of dihydroxyphenylalanine and catecholamine metabolites. Adv Pharmacol. 1998; 42:370-3. PMID: 9327919.
    Citations: 2     Fields:    Translation:Animals
  3. Chritton SL, Chinnow SL, Grabau C, Dousa MK, Lucas D, Roddy D, Yaksh TL, Tyce GM. Adrenomedullary secretion of DOPA, catecholamines, catechol metabolites, and neuropeptides. J Neurochem. 1997 Dec; 69(6):2413-20. PMID: 9375673.
    Citations: 4     Fields:    Translation:Animals
  4. Chritton SL, Dousa MK, Yaksh TL, Tyce GM. Nicotinic- and muscarinic-evoked release of canine adrenal catecholamines and peptides. Am J Physiol. 1991 Mar; 260(3 Pt 2):R589-99. PMID: 2001009.
    Citations: 2     Fields:    Translation:Animals
  5. Dousa MK, Chritton SL, Grabau C, Yaksh TL, Tyce GM. Mu- and kappa-agonists inhibit carbachol-induced release of catecholamines and [Met]enkephalin from ex situ perfused dog adrenals. Advances in the Biosciences. 1991; 82:335-336.
  6. Tyce GM, Ahlskog JE, Carmichael SW, Chritton SL, Stoddard SL, van Heerden JA, Yaksh TL, Kelly PJ. Catecholamines in CSF, plasma, and tissue after autologous transplantation of adrenal medulla to the brain in patients with Parkinson's disease. J Lab Clin Med. 1989 Aug; 114(2):185-92. PMID: 2754305.
    Citations: 2     Fields:    Translation:Humans
  7. Lew KK, Chritton S, Blumberg PM. Biological responsiveness to the phorbol esters and specific binding of [3H]phorbol 12,13-dibutyrate in the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans, a manipulable genetic system. Teratog Carcinog Mutagen. 1982; 2(1):19-30. PMID: 6122277.
    Citations: 3     Fields:    Translation:Animals
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