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Victor A. Najjar grad student 1971 Vanderbilt
 (The Biological Properties, Isolation, Sequence and Chemical Synthesis of the Phagocytosis Stimulating Peptide - Tuftsin)
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Kubo S, Roh MS, Oyedeji C, et al. (1998) Effect of tuftsin on human Kupffer cell. Hepato-Gastroenterology. 45: 2270-4
Nishioka K, Obeyesekere NU, McMurray JS. (1995) Enhanced phagocytosis activity of cyclic analogs of tuftsin Biochemical Pharmacology. 49: 735-738
Nishioka K, Wagle JR, Rodriguez T, et al. (1994) Studies of human granulocyte phagocytosis stimulation by tuftsin. The Journal of Surgical Research. 56: 94-101
Kubo S, Rodriguez T, Roh MS, et al. (1994) Stimulation of phagocytic activity of murine Kupffer cells by tuftsin. Hepatology (Baltimore, Md.). 19: 1044-9
Nishioka K, Hurr KJ, Dessens SE, et al. (1991) A comparative study of [Leu1]Tuftsin and tuftsin, a natural phagocytosis-stimulating peptide. The International Journal of Biochemistry. 23: 627-30
Nishioka K, Dessens SE, Rodriguez T. (1991) Stability of sterile saline solutions of synthetic tuftsin, a naturally occurring immunomodulating peptide. Peptide Research. 4: 230-3
Nishioka K, Wagle JR, Minter AM, et al. (1990) Tuftsin-enhanced thymidine incorporation by murine splenic monocytes. International Journal of Immunopharmacology. 12: 905-8
Chu DZ, Nishioka K. (1990) Tuftsin increases survival in murine peritoneal carcinomatosis. Journal of Biological Response Modifiers. 9: 264-7
Wagle JR, Ansevin AT, Dessens SE, et al. (1989) Specific translocation of tuftsin (Thr-Lys-Pro-Arg), a natural immunomodulating peptide, into the nuclei of human monocytes. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications. 159: 1147-53
Nishioka K, Hopfer RL, El-Hagin T, et al. (1986) Prophylaxis of Candida albicans infection with tuftsin Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy. 17: 361-363
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