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Professor Knox Van Dyke

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    1. Van Dyke K, Jabbour N, Hoeldtke R, Van Dyke C, Van Dyke M. Oxidative/nitrosative stresses trigger type I diabetes: preventable in streptozotocin rats and detectable in human disease. Ann N Y Acad Sci. 2010 Aug; 1203:138-45. PMID: 20716296.
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    2. Van Dyke K, Ghareeb E, Van Dyke M, Sosa A, Hoeldtke RD, Van Thiel DH. Luminescence experiments involved in the mechanism of streptozotocin diabetes and cataract formation. Luminescence. 2008 Nov-Dec; 23(6):386-91. PMID: 18651583.
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    3. Van Dyke K, Ghareeb E, Van Dyke M, Van Thiel DH. Ultrasensitive peroxynitrite-based luminescence with L-012 as a screening system for antioxidative/antinitrating substances, e.g. Tylenol (acetaminophen), 4-OH tempol, quercetin and carboxy-PTIO. Luminescence. 2007 Jul-Aug; 22(4):267-74. PMID: 17373026.
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    4. Van Dyke K, Patel S, Vallyathan V. Lucigenin chemiluminescence assay as an adjunctive tool for assessment of various stages of inflammation: a study of quiescent inflammatory cells. J Biosci. 2003 Feb; 28(1):115-9. PMID: 12682434.
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    5. Van Dyke K, McConnell P, Marquardt L. Green tea extract and its polyphenols markedly inhibit luminol-dependent chemiluminescence activated by peroxynitrite or SIN-1. Luminescence. 2000 Jan-Feb; 15(1):37-43. PMID: 10660664.
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