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siRNA-mediated knockdown of connective tissue growth factor prevents N-nitrosodimethylamine-induced hepatic fibrosis in rats
GEORGE J, TSUTSUMI M
GENE THERAPY 2007; 14 (10): 790-803


Total Number of Citations as on February 2014
ISI Web of Science : 68
                   Scopus : 82
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115


1.

Zhang K, Jiang MN, Zhang CH, Li C, Jia YJ.
Effects of Ganfukang  on expression of connective tissue growth factor and focal adhesion kinase/protein kinase B signal pathway in hepatic fibrosis rats
Chinese Journal of Integrative Medicine 2013; AUG 29. PMID: 23990393


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Yang, D.; Gao, Y-H; Tan, K-B; et al.
Inhibition of hepatic fibrosis with artificial microRNA using ultrasound and cationic liposome-bearing microbubbles
GENE THERAPY 2013; 20 (12) 1140-1148


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Liu, Y., Liu, H., Meyer, C., et al.
Transforming growth factor-β (TGF-β)-mediated connective tissue growth factor (CTGF) expression in hepatic stellate cells requires Stat3 signaling activation
JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 2013; 288 (42): 30708-30719


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Chakrabarti, Mrinmay; Banik, Naren L.; Ray, Swapan K.
Sequential hTERT Knockdown and Apigenin Treatment Inhibited Invasion and Proliferation and Induced Apoptosis in Human Malignant Neuroblastoma SK-N-DZ and SK-N-BE2 Cells 
JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR NEUROSCIENCE 2013; 51 (1): 187-198


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Zardi, E. M.; Navarini, L.; Sambataro, G.; et al.
Hepatic PPARs: Their Role in Liver Physiology, Fibrosis and Treatment 
CURRENT MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY 2013; 20 (27): 3370-3396

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Rezaie, A., Fazlara, A., Karamolah, M.H., et al.
Effects of Echinacea purpurea on hepatic and renal toxicity induced by diethylnitrosamine in rats
JUNDISHAPUR JOURNAL OF NATURAL PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTS 2013; 8 (2): 60-64

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Chen, Ta-Liang; Liao, Jiunn-Wang; Chan, Wei-Hung; et al.
Induction of cardiac fibrosis and transforming growth factor-beta 1 by motorcycle exhaust in rats 
INHALATION TOXICOLOGY 2013; 25 (9): 525-535


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Hayashi, Nobuhiko; George, Joseph; Takeuchi, Masayoshi; et al.
Acetaldehyde-Derived Advanced Glycation End-Products Promote Alcoholic Liver Disease
PLOS ONE 2013; 8 (7): Article Number: e70034


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Chakrabarti, Mrinmay; Banik, Naren L.; Ray, Swapan K.
miR-138 overexpression is more powerful than hTERT knockdown to potentiate apigenin for apoptosis in neuroblastoma in vitro and in vivo 
EXPERIMENTAL CELL RESEARCH 2013; 319 (10): 1575-1585


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10.

Gressner, Olav A.; Fang, Meng; Li, Hui; et al.
Connective tissue growth factor (CTGF/CCN2) in serum is an indicator of fibrogenic progression and malignant transformation in patients with chronic hepatitis B infection 
CLINICA CHIMICA ACTA 2013; 421: 126-131

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Weiskirchen, Ralf; Meurer, Steffen K.
BMP-7 counteracting TGF-beta(1) activities in organ fibrosis
FRONTIERS IN BIOSCIENCE -LANDMARK 2013; 18: 1407-1435

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Yang, H., Li, X.-S., Xiang, Y., Xing, N.-N., Shen, Y.
Construction of miRNA expression vector for rat connective tissue growth factor and establishment of stably transfected rat hepatic stellate cell line
CHINESE JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICALS 2013; 26 (4): 477-481


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Sun, Ying; Wang, Jian; Lan, Wen-Jing; et al.
Blocking the activity of CTGF is capable of preventing the development of early-stage atherosclerosis in rat carotid artery 
JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES-TURKISH 2013; 30 (1): 178-190  


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Kong, Won Ho; Park, Kitae; Lee, Min-Young; et al.
Cationic solid lipid nanoparticles derived from apolipoprotein-free LDLs for target specific systemic treatment of liver fibrosis 
BIOMATERIALS 2013; 34 (2): 542-551


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Sferra, R.; Vetuschi, A.; Catitti, V.; et al.
Boswellia serrata and Salvia miltiorrhiza extracts reduce DMN-induced hepatic fibrosis in mice by TGF-beta 1 downregulation 
EUROPEAN REVIEW FOR MEDICAL AND PHARMACOLOGICAL SCIENCES 2012; 16 (11): 1484-1498

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Yao, Qun-yan; Xu, Bei-li; Wang, Ji-yao; et al.
Inhibition by curcumin of multiple sites of the transforming growth factor-beta1 signalling pathway ameliorates the progression of liver fibrosis induced by carbon tetrachloride in rats
BMC COMPLEMENTARY AND ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE 2012; 12: Article Number: 156 pp.1-11

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Matsumoto, Yoh; Niimi, Naoko; Kohyama, Kuniko
Characterization of fibrosis-promoting factors and siRNA-mediated therapies in C-protein-induced experimental autoimmune myocarditis 
CELLULAR IMMUNOLOGY 2012; 279 (1): 70-77


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Kuwahata M,  Kubota H, Kanouchib H, Ito S, Ogawa A Kobayashi Y, Kido Y.
Supplementation with branched-chain amino acids attenuates hepatic apoptosis in rats with chronic liver disease
NUTRITION RESEARCH 2012; 32 (7): 522–529


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Huang, G., Brigstock, D.R.
Regulation of hepatic stellate cells by connective tissue growth factor
FRONTIERS IN BIOSCIENCE-LANDMARK 2012; 17 (7): 2495-2507


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Li, Chunmei; Jiang, Wanglin; Zhu, Haibo; et al.
Antifibrotic effects of protocatechuic aldehyde on experimental liver fibrosis
PHARMACEUTICAL BIOLOGY 2012; 50 (4): 413-419

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Zhang, Feng; Lu, Yin; Zheng, Shizhong
Peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor-gamma cross-regulation of signaling events implicated in liver fibrogenesis
CELLULAR SIGNALLING 2012; 24 (3): 596-605

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Wang, Ran; Xu, Yong-jian; Liu, Xian-sheng; et al.
CCN2 promotes cigarette smoke-induced proliferation of rat pulmonary artery smooth muscle cells through upregulating cyclin D1 expression
JOURNAL OF CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY 2012; 113 (1):  349-359


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Chen, F., Sun, J.-M., He, S.-S., Pang, R., Xu, J.-J., Dong, J.-H.
ShRNA-mediated silencing of the TRAF6 gene inhibits LPS/TLR4 signaling in vitro.
WORLD CHINESE JOURNAL OF DIGESTOLOGY 2011; 19 (25): 2637-2643


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Jun, Joon-Il; Lau, Lester F.
Taking aim at the extracellular matrix: CCN proteins as emerging therapeutic targets
NATURE REVIEWS DRUG DISCOVERY 2011; 10 (12): 945-963


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Walter, Roland; Wanninger, Josef; Bauer, Sabrina; et al.
Adiponectin reduces connective tissue growth factor in human hepatocytes which is already induced in non-fibrotic non-alcoholic steatohepatitis
EXPERIMENTAL AND MOLECULAR PATHOLOGY 2011; 91 (3): 740-744

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Klemmer, Ildiko; Yagi, Shintaro; Gressner, Olav A.
Oral application of 1,7-dimethylxanthine (paraxanthine) attenuates the formation of experimental cholestatic liver fibrosis
HEPATOLOGY RESEARCH 2011; 41 (11): 1094-1109

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Mormone, Elisabetta; George, Joseph; Nieto, Natalia
Molecular pathogenesis of hepatic fibrosis and current therapeutic approaches
CHEMICO-BIOLOGICAL INTERACTIONS 2011; 193 (3): 225-231


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Moreno, Mario G.; Chavez, Enrique; Aldaba-Muruato, Liseth R.; et al.
Coffee prevents CCl4-induced liver cirrhosis in the rat
HEPATOLOGY INTERNATIONAL 2011; 5 (3): 857-863


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Kodama, Takahiro; Takehara, Tetsuo; Hikita, Hayato; et al.
Increases in p53 expression induce CTGF synthesis by mouse and human hepatocytes and result in liver fibrosis in mice
JOURNAL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATION 2011; 121 (8): 3343-3356


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30.

Hiroyuki Nakai
Hepatic Gene Therapy
In: MOLECULAR PATHOLOGY OF LIVER DISEASES. Monga, Satdarshan P. S. (Ed.) 2011; Vol. 5, Chapter 23, pp. 343-370 Molecular Pathology Library, Springer

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Chen, Li; Charrier, Alyssa L.; Leask, Andrew; et al.
Ethanol-stimulated differentiated functions of human or mouse hepatic stellate cells are mediated by connective tissue growth factor
JOURNAL OF HEPATOLOGY 2011; 55 (2): 399-406

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Wang, Xiao-dan; Gao, Zu-hua; Xue, Xia; et al.
N1-acetyl substituted pyrrolidine derivative CIP-A5: A novel compound that could ameliorate liver cirrhosis through modulation of hepatic stellate cell activity
TOXICOLOGY IN VITRO 2011; 25 (4): 897-904


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Huang, Guangcun; Brigstock, David R.
Integrin expression and function in the response of primary culture hepatic stellate cells to connective tissue growth factor (CCN2)
JOURNAL OF CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR MEDICINE 2011; 15 (5): 1087-1095


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Sharma, Aishwariya; Abraham, Thomas; Sampaio, Arthur; et al.
Sodium Cromolyn Reduces Expression of CTGF, ADAMTS1, and TIMP3 and Modulates Post-Injury Patellar Tendon Morphology
JOURNAL OF ORTHOPAEDIC RESEARCH 2011; 29 (5): 678-683


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Wang, Ran; Xu, Yong-jian; Liu, Xian-sheng; et al.
Knockdown of connective tissue growth factor by plasmid-based short hairpin RNA prevented pulmonary vascular remodeling in cigarette smoke-exposed rats
ARCHIVES OF BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOPHYSICS 2011; 508 (1): 93-100

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Haafiz, A., Farrington, C., Andres, J., Islam, S.
Relationship between hepatic CTGF expression and routine blood tests at the time of liver transplantation for biliary atresia: Hope or hype for a biomarker of hepatic fibrosis
CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL GASTROENTEROLOGY 2011; 4 (1), 49-54

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Wang, Q., Usinger, W., Nichols, B., Gray, J. et al.
Cooperative interaction of CTGF and TGF-β in animal models of fibrotic disease
FIBROGENESIS AND TISSUE REPAIR 2011; 4 : Article No. 4 pp. 1-11


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Gressner, Olav A.; Peredniene, Ieva; Gressner, Axel M.
Connective tissue growth factor reacts as an IL-6/STAT3-regulated hepatic negative acute phase protein
WORLD JOURNAL OF GASTROENTEROLOGY 2011; 17 (2): 151-163


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Weiskirchen, Ralf
CCN proteins in normal and injured liver
FRONTIERS IN BIOSCIENCE-LANDMARK 2011; 16: 1939-1961


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Brigstock DR
Inhibitors of Connective Tissue Growth Factor (CCN2)-Mediated Fibrogenesis: Underlying Mechanisms and Prospects for Anti-fibrotic Therapy.
In: CCN PROTEINS IN HEALTH AND DISEASE. Perbal A,Takigawa M, Perbal B. (Editors) 2010; Chapter 14, pp.183-204 Springer, New York.

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Jin Wook Kim, Jian Wu
RNAi, a Powerful Research Tool and Potential Molecular Therapy for Liver Diseases, Chapter 5 pp.101-120
In: SMALL INTERFERING RNA: NEW RESEARCH Kaito Yamada and Shouta Hayashi (Editors) 2009 Nova Science Publishers. ISBN: 978-1-60692-158-6

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Muriel P, Arauz J.
Coffee and liver diseases
FITOTERAPIA 201; 81 (5) 297-305


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Gressner OA.
Identification of paraxanthine as the most potent inhibitor of TGF-b dependent connective tissue growth factor expression among the three primary caffeine metabolites – A new approach in the pharmacological management of chronic fibrogenic diseases?
The Open Conference Proceedings Journal 2010; 1: 239-250


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Wang JC, Lai S, Guo X, Zhang X, et al.
Attenuation of fibrosis in vitro and in vivo with Sparc siRNA
ARTHRITIS RESEARCH & THERAPY 2010; 12: R60


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Chen F, He S, Qiu R et al.
Influence of silencing TRAF6 with shRNA on LPS/TLR4 signaling in vitro
JOURNAL OF HUAZHONG UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 2010; 30 (3): 278-284

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46.

George J, Banik NL, Ray SK
Survivin knockdown and concurrent 4-HPR treatment controlled human glioblastoma in vitro and in vivo
NEURO-ONCOLOGY 2010; 12 (11): 1088-1101

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George J, Banik NL, Ray SK
Knockdown of hTERT and concurrent treatment with interferon-gamma inhibited proliferation and invasion of human glioblastoma cell lines 
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY 2010; 42 (7): 1164-1173


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George J, Banik NL, Ray SK
Genistein induces receptor and mitochondrial pathways and increases apoptosis during Bcl-2 knockdown in human malignant neuroblastoma SK-N-DZ Cells
JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH 2010; 88 (4): 877-886


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George J, Banik NL, Ray SK
Combination of taxol and Bcl-2 siRNA induces apoptosis in human glioblastoma cells and inhibits invasion, angiogenesis and tumour growth
JOURNAL OF CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR MEDICINE 2009; 13 (10): 4205-4218

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George J, Banik NL, Ray SK
Combination of hTERT Knockdown and IFN-y Treatment Inhibited Angiogenesis and Tumor Progression in Glioblastoma
CLINICAL CANCER RESEARCH 2009; 15 (23): 7186-7195

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Chen CH, Zhou YL, Wu YF, et al.
Effectiveness of MicroRNA in Down-Regulation of TGF-β Gene Expression in Digital Flexor Tendons of Chickens: In Vitro and In Vivo Study 
JOURNAL OF HAND SURGERY 2009; 34 (10): 1777-1784


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Dessein A, Chevillard C, Arnaud V, et al.
Variants of CTGF are associated with hepatic fibrosis in Chinese, Sudanese, and Brazilians infected with Schistosomes
JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE 2009; 206 (11): 2321-2328


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53.

Hu PF, Xie WF
Targeted RNA interference for hepatic fibrosis
EXPERT OPINION ON BIOLOGICAL THERAPY 2009; 9 (10): 1305-1312

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Yuan, S., Lu, L.
Progress in study on complementary origins of myofibroblasts in hepatic fibrosis
CHINESE JOURNAL OF GASTROENTEROLOGY 2009; 14 (8): 496-498

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Zhang YJ, Dai Q, Sun DF, et al.
mTOR signaling pathway is a target for the treatment of colorectal cancer
ANNALS OF SURGICAL ONCOLOGY 2009; 16 (9): 2617-2628


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Weiskirchen R, Meurer SK, Gressner OA, et al.
BMP-7 as antagonist of organ fibrosis
FRONTIERS IN BIOSCIENCE 14: 4992-5012 JUN 2009


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57.

Tong ZY, Chen RJ, Alt DS, et al.
Susceptibility to Liver Fibrosis in Mice Expressing a Connective Tissue Growth Factor Transgene in Hepatocytes
HEPATOLOGY 50 (3): 939-947 SEP 2009

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58.

Gressner OA
Less Smad2 Is Good for You! A Scientific Update on Coffee's Liver Benefits
HEPATOLOGY 50 (3): 970-978 SEP 2009

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Gao RP, Brigstock DR
Connective tissue growth factor hammerhead ribozyme attenuates human hepatic stellate cell function
WORLD JOURNAL OF GASTROENTEROLOGY 15 (30): 3807-3813 AUG 2009


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Latella G, Vetuschi A, Sferra R, et al.
Targeted disruption of Smad3 confers resistance to the development of dimethylnitrosamine-induced hepatic fibrosis in mice
LIVER INTERNATIONAL 29 (7): 997-1009 AUG 2009


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Gressner OA, Lahme B, Siluschek M, et al.
Connective Tissue Growth Factor Is a Smad2 Regulated Amplifier of Transforming Growth Factor beta Actions in Hepatocytes-But Without Modulating Bone Morphogenetic Protein 7 Signaling
HEPATOLOGY 49 (6): 2021-2030 JUN 2009

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Gressner OA, Lahme B, Siluschek M, et al.
Identification of paraxanthine as the most potent caffeine-derived inhibitor of connective tissue growth factor expression in liver parenchymal cells
LIVER INTERNATIONAL 29 (6): 886-897 JUL 2009

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Gressner OA
About coffee, cappuccino and connective tissue growth factor-Or how to protect your liver!?
ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY  28 (1): 1-10 JUL 2009


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Gressner OA, Siluschek M, Lahme B, et al.
Intraperitoneal application of caffeine prevents D-galactosamine-induced hepatic expression of connective tissue growth factor (CTGF/CCN2) in the rat
JOURNAL OF HEPATOLOGY  50 (5): 1053-1055 MAY 2009


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Gressner OA, Gao CF, Rehbein K, et al.
Elevated concentrations of 15-deoxy-Delta(12,14)-prostaglandin J(2) in chronic liver disease propose therapeutic trials with peroxisome proliferator activated receptor gamma-inducing drugs
LIVER INTERNATIONAL 29 (5): 730-735 MAY 2009

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Chen CC, Lau LF
Functions and mechanisms of action of CCN matricellular proteins
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY & CELL BIOLOGY 41 (4): 771-783 APR 2009

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Brigstock, D.R.
Strategies for blocking the fibrogenic actions of connective tissue growth factor (CCN2): From pharmacological inhibition in vitro to targeted siRNA therapy in vivo 
JOURNAL OF CELL COMMUNICATION AND SIGNALING 3 (1): 5-18 JAN 2009


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Qi, XY, Gao, RP, Zhang, RJ, et al.
Effects of hammerhead ribozyme targeting connective tissue growth factor on collagen I synthesis and cell cycle progression of human hepatic stellate cells 
JOURNAL OF JILIN UNIVERSITY MEDICINE EDITION 35 (1): 26-29 JAN 2009


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Nan YM, Fu N, Wu WJ, et al.
Rosiglitazone prevents nutritional fibrosis and steatohepatitis in mice
SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF GASTROENTEROLOGY 44 (3): 358-365 2009

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George J, Banik NL, Ray SK
Bcl-2 siRNA Augments Taxol Mediated Apoptotic Death in Human Glioblastoma U138MG and U251MG Cells
NEUROCHEMICAL RESEARCH 34 (1): 66-78 JAN 2009

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Gao L, Zhang Y, Qiu W, et al.
Effects of PI3-k/Akt short hairpin RNA on proliferation, fibronectin production and synthesis of thrombospondin-1 and transforming growth factor-1 in glomerular mesangial cells induced by sublytic C5b-9 complexes
CELL PROLIFERATION 42 (1): 83- 93 JAN 2009


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Chen CH, Cao Y, Wu YF, et al.
Tendon Healing In Vivo: Gene Expression and Production of Multiple Growth Factors in Early Tendon Healing Period
JOURNAL OF HAND SURGERY-AMERICAN VOLUME 33A (10): 1834-1842 DEC 2008


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Hu PF, Zhu YW, Zhong W, et al.
Inhibition of plasminogen activator inhibitor-1 expression by siRNA in rat hepatic stellate cells
JOURNAL OF GASTROENTEROLOGY AND HEPATOLOGY 23  (12): 1917-1925    DEC 2008

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Gressner OA
Antifibrotic effects of caffeine on chronic liver diseases - Epidemiologic observations and pathophysiological background
MEDIZINISCHE WELT 59 (12): 491-497 DEC 2008


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75. Gressner OA, Lahme B, Rehbein K, et al.
Pharmacological application of caffeine inhibits TGF-beta-stimulated connective tissue growth factor expression in hepatocytes via PPAR gamma and SMAD2/3-dependent pathways
JOURNAL OF HEPATOLOGY 49 (5): 758-767 NOV 2008

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Perugorria MJ, Latasa MU, Nicou A, et al.
The epidermal growth factor receptor ligand amphiregulin participates in the development of mouse liver fibrosis
HEPATOLOGY 48 (4): 1251-1261 OCT 2008


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Gressner OA, Lahme B, Siluschek M, et al.
Intracrine signalling of activin A in hepatocytes upregulates connective tissue growth factor (CTGF/CCN2) expression
LIVER INTERNATIONAL 28 (9): 1207-1216 OCT 2008


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Zhang B, Wang LT
Bushen Rougan Recipe in prevention of hepatic fibrosis in rats induced by dimethylnitrosamine: A study on its preliminary mechanism 
JOURNAL OF CHINESE INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE 6 (9): 934-938 SEP 2008

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Gressner OA, Gressner AM
Connective tissue growth factor: a fibrogenic master switch in fibrotic liver diseases
LIVER INTERNATIONAL 28 (8) 1065-1079 SEP 2008

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Gressner OA, Rizk MS, Kovalenko E, et al.
Changing the pathogenetic roadmap of liver fibrosis? Where did it start; where will it go?
JOURNAL OF GASTROENTEROLOGY AND HEPATOLOGY 23 (7): 1024-1035 JUL 2008


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Qi XY, Gao RP, Wang SH et al.
Inhibitory effect of hammerhead ribozyme targeting connective tissue growth factor on TGF-1-induced collagen I synthesis in human hepatic stellate cells 
WORLD CHINESE JOURNAL OF DIGESTOLOGY 16 (23): 2587-2591 DEC 2008


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Ban CR, Twigg SM
Fibrosis in diabetes complications: Pathogenic mechanisms and circulating and urinary markers
VASCULAR HEALTH AND RISK MANAGEMENT 4 (3): 575-596 JUN 2008

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Zhang B, Wang LT
Effects of kidney-tonifying liver-emoliating formula on connective tissue growth factor mRNA expression in hepatic fibrosis rats 
WORLD CHINESE JOURNAL OF DIGESTOLOGY 16 (20): 2224-2228 OCT 2008

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84.

George J.
Elevated serum beta-glucuronidase reflects hepatic lysosomal fragility following toxic liver injury in rats.
BIOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY 86 (3): 235-243, JUN 2008


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Zhu YH, Ren WH, Sun CG, et al.
Disruption of connective tissue growth factor by short hairpin RNA inhibits collagen synthesis and extracellular matrix secretion in hepatic stellate cells?
LIVER INTERNATIONAL 28  (5): 632-639 MAY 2008


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Liu N, Zhang XL
Gene therapy for hepatic fibrosis
SHIJIE HUAREN XIAOHUA ZAZHI 16 (3): 284-288 JAN 2008

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Gressner OA, Weiskirchen R, Gressner AM.
Evolving concepts of liver fibrogenesis provide new diagnostic and therapeutic options.
COMPARATIVE HEPATOLOGY 6: 7 (p.1-13) JUL 2007

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