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1. Skopicki HA, Abraham SA, Weisman N, Mukerjee A, Alpert N, Fischman A, Picard M, Gewirtz H. Factors influencing regional myocardial contractile response to inotropic stimulation: analysis in humans with stable ischemic heart disease. Circulation. 94:643-50, 1996.
2. Gewirtz H, Skopicki HA, Abraham SA, Castano H, Dinsmore RE, Alpert NM, FischmanAJ. Quantitive PET measurements of regional myocardial blood flow: observations in humans with ischemic heart disease. Cardiology. 88:62-70, 1997.
3. Skopicki HA, Lyons G, Schatteman G, Smith RC, Schirm S, Isner JMI, Walsh K. Embryonic expression of a growth-arrest homeobox gene in cardiac, smooth and skeletal muscle lineages. Circ Res. 80:452-62, 1997.
4. Skopicki HA, Abraham SA, Picard M, Alpert N, Fischman A, H Gewirtz H. Effects of dobutamine at maximally tolerated dose on myocardial blood flow in humans with ischemic heart disease. Circulation. 96:3346-52, 1997.
5. Holmvang G, Fry S, Skopicki HA, Abraham SA, Alpert NM, Fischman AJ, Picard MH, Gewirtz H. Relationship between coronary "steal" and contractile function at rest in collateral dependent myocardium of humans with ischemic heart disease." Circulation. 99:2510-6, 1999.
6. Sridhar P, Liu Y, Chin LD, Borja CE, Mann M, Skopicki HA, Freter RR. Platelet derived growth factor-stimulated expression of the MCP-1 immediate-early gene involves an inhibitory multi-protein complex. Mol Cell Biol. 19:4219-30, 1999.
7. Fard A, Wang CY, Takuma S, Skopicki HA, Pinsky DJ, DiTullio MR, Homma S. Necropsy validation of changes in LV mass in ascending aortic banded mice from 2-dimensional echocardiographic images. J Am Soc Echocardiogr. 13(6):582-7, 2000.
8. Tawakol A, Skopicki HA, Abraham SA, Alpert NM, Fischman AJ, Picard MH, Gewirtz H. Evidence of reduced resting blood flow in viable myocardial segments with chronic asynergy. J Am Coll Cardiol. 36:2146-53, 2000.
9. Chia KK, Picard MH, Skopicki HA, Hung J. Viability of hypokinetic segments: influence of tethering from adjacent segments: influence of tethering from adjacent segments. Echocardiography. 2002;19(6):475-81.
10. Sackner-Bernstein JD, Skopicki HA. Racing away from bias. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2004;43:785-6.
10. Hwang YC, Kaneko M, Bakr S, Liao H, Lu Y, Lewis ER, Yan S, Ii S, Itakura M, Rui L, Skopicki H, Homma S, Schmidt AM, Szabolcs M, Ramasamy R. Central role for aldose reductase pathway in myocardial ischemic injury. FASEB J. 2004;18:1192-9.
11. Sackner-Bernstein JD, Skopicki HA, Aaronson KD. Risk of worsening renal function with nesiritide in patients with acutely decompensated heart failure. Circulation. 2005;111:1487-91.
12. Lin X, Sakuragi T, Metz CN, Ojamaa K, Skopicki HA, Wang P, Al-Abed Y, Miller EJ. Macrophage migration inhibitory factor within the alveolar spaces induces changes in the heart during late experimental sepsis. Shock. 2005;24:556-63.
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