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  1. HPV16-E6 Oncoprotein Activates TGF-β and Wnt/β-Catenin Pathways in the Epithelium-Mesenchymal Transition of Cataracts in a Transgenic Mouse Model
  2. Digoxin makes cisplatin more effective to kill cervix cancer cells HeLa in culture
  3. The PDZ-Binding Motif of HPV16-E6 Oncoprotein Modulates the Keratinization and Stemness Transcriptional Profile In Vivo
  4. Ouabain Modulates the Distribution of Connexin 43 in Epithelial Cells
  5. The Polarized Distribution of the Na+,K+-ATPase
  6. Apoptosis of hemocytes from lions-paw scallop Nodipecten subnodosus induced with paralyzing shellfish poison from Gymnodinium catenatum
  7. 21-Benzylidene Digoxin: A Proapoptotic Cardenolide of Cancer Cells That Up-Regulates Na,K-ATPase and Epithelial Tight Junctions
  8. Regulation of tight junctions by the Epithelial growth factor
  9. Anterior and intermediate pituitary tissues express claudin 4 in follicle stellate cells and claudins 2 and 5 in endothelial cells
  10. Ouabain Increases Gap Junctional Communication in Epithelial Cells
  11. Ouabain induces endocytosis and degradation of tight junction proteins through ERK1/2-dependent pathways
  12. The E6 Oncoprotein from HPV16 Enhances the Canonical Wnt/ -Catenin Pathway in Skin Epidermis In Vivo
  13. Ouabain modulates ciliogenesis in epithelial cells
  14. The Na+-K+-ATPase as self-adhesion molecule and hormone receptor
  15. Ouabain Modulates Cell Contacts as well as Functions that Depend on Cell Adhesion
  16. Ouabain modulates epithelial cell tight junction
  17. The Polarized Distribution of Na+,K+-ATPase: Role of the Interaction between   Subunits
  18. Effects of induced paralysis on hemocytes and tissues of the giant lions-paw scallop by paralyzing shellfish poison
  19. Control of tight junctional sealing: roles of epidermal growth factor and prostaglandin E2
  20. Tight junction and polarity interaction in the transporting epithelial phenotype
  21. New Diseases Derived or Associated with the Tight Junction
  22. Control of tight junctional sealing: role of epidermal growth factor
  23. Contacts and cooperation between cells depend on the hormone ouabain
  24. Sodium/potasium ATPase (Na+, K+-ATPase) and ouabain/related cardiac glycosides: a new paradigm for development of anti- breast cancer drugs?
  25. Ouabain Binding to Na+,K+-ATPase Relaxes Cell Attachment and Sends a SpecificSignal (NACos) to the Nucleus
  26. Membrane targeting
  27. Inhibitors of glycosphingolipid biosynthesis reduce transepithelial electrical resistance in MDCK I and FRT cells
  28. Tight Junctions are Sensitive to Peptides Eliminated in the Urine
  29. E-Cadherin and tight junctions between epithelial cells of different animal species
  30. The Polarized Distribution of Na+, K+-ATPase and Active Transport across Epithelia
  31. Biogenesis of Epithelial Polarity and Tight Junctions
  32. Molecular Characterization of the Tight Junction Protein ZO-1 in MDCK Cells
  34. Tight Junctions and the Experimental Modifications of Lipid Content
  35. Epithelial polarity
  36. Ouabain resistance of the epithelial cell line (Ma104) is not due to lack of affinity of its pumps for the drug
  37. A novel type of cell-cell cooperation between epithelial cells
  38. Expression of potassium channels in epithelial cells depends on calcium-activated cell-cell contacts
  39. The making of a tight junction
  40. Relationship between ultra structure and the function of the tight junctions
  41. Assembly and sealing of tight junctions: Possible participation of G-proteins, phospholipase C, protein kinase C and calmodulin
  42. Polarized Distribution of Chloride Channels in Epithelial Cells
  43. Development and Alteration of Polarity
  44. Development And Alteration Of Polarity
  45. Biology of structures that bind epithelial cells together and the epithelial selective barrier
  46. Evolution of the Transporting Epithelium Phenotype
  47. Regulation of Tight Junctions’ Functional Integrity