Charles C. Schwartz, M.D. - Publications

Affiliations: 
Gastroenterology Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, United States 
Area:
kinetic modeling, cholesterol metabolism, SAAM

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2004 Schwartz CC, VandenBroek JM, Cooper PS. Lipoprotein cholesteryl ester production, transfer, and output in vivo in humans. Journal of Lipid Research. 45: 1594-607. PMID 15145983 DOI: 10.1194/jlr.M300511-JLR200  0.4
2003 Schwartz CC, VandenBroek JM, Cooper PS. Modeling cholesterol in humans: update and dealing with the problem of exchange in vivo using the blood cell-lipoprotein paradigm. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. 537: 207-19. PMID 14995038  0.4
2000 Saborio P, Krieg RJ, Kuemmerle NB, Norkus EP, Schwartz CC, Chan JC. Alpha-tocopherol modulates lipoprotein cytotoxicity in obstructive nephropathy. Pediatric Nephrology (Berlin, Germany). 14: 740-6. PMID 10955918  0.4
1997 Shamburek RD, Pentchev PG, Zech LA, Blanchette-Mackie J, Carstea ED, VandenBroek JM, Cooper PS, Neufeld EB, Phair RD, Brewer HB, Brady RO, Schwartz CC. Intracellular trafficking of the free cholesterol derived from LDL cholesteryl ester is defective in vivo in Niemann-Pick C disease: insights on normal metabolism of HDL and LDL gained from the NP-C mutation. Journal of Lipid Research. 38: 2422-35. PMID 9458266  0.4
1996 Shamburek RD, Zech LA, Cooper PS, Vandenbroek JM, Schwartz CC. Disappearance of two major phosphatidylcholines from plasma is predominantly via LCAT and hepatic lipase. The American Journal of Physiology. 271: E1073-82. PMID 8997228  0.4
1993 Schwartz CC, Zech LA, VandenBroek JM, Cooper PS. Cholesterol kinetics in subjects with bile fistula. Positive relationship between size of the bile acid precursor pool and bile acid synthetic rate. The Journal of Clinical Investigation. 91: 923-38. PMID 8450070 DOI: 10.1172/JCI116314  0.4
1993 Shiffman ML, Shamburek RD, Schwartz CC, Sugerman HJ, Kellum JM, Moore EW. Gallbladder mucin, arachidonic acid, and bile lipids in patients who develop gallstones during weight reduction. Gastroenterology. 105: 1200-8. PMID 8405867  0.4
1993 Shamburek RD, Schwartz CC. Selective composition of biliary phosphatidylcholines is affected by secretion rate but not by bile acid hydrophobicity. Journal of Lipid Research. 34: 1833-42. PMID 8263408  0.4
1993 Shamburek RD, Pandak WM, Schwartz CC. Identification, nutritional management, and drug therapy of patients with lipid disorders. Article six in the series Practical Gastroenterology. 17: 25-26+29.  0.4
1991 Scagnelli GP, Cooper PS, VandenBroek JM, Berman WF, Schwartz CC. Plasma 1-palmitoyl-2-linoleoyl phosphatidylcholine. Evidence for extensive phospholipase A1 hydrolysis and hepatic metabolism of the products. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 266: 18002-11. PMID 1917938  0.4
1990 Sholley MM, Gudas SA, Schwartz CC, Kalimi MY. Dehydroepiandrosterone and related steroids induce multilamellar lipid structures in cultured human endothelial cells. The American Journal of Pathology. 136: 1187-99. PMID 2140927  0.4
1986 Davidson NO, Bradlow HL, Ahrens EH, Rosenfeld RS, Schwartz CC. Bile acid production in human subjects: rate of oxidation of [24,25-3H]cholesterol compared to fecal bile acid excretion. Journal of Lipid Research. 27: 183-95. PMID 3958621  0.4
1984 Soine PJ, Blanke RV, Chinchilli VM, Schwartz CC. High-density lipoproteins decrease the biliary concentration of chlordecone in isolated perfused pig liver. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health. 14: 319-35. PMID 6209411 DOI: 10.1080/15287398409530583  0.4
1984 Soine PJ, Blanke RV, Schwartz CC. Isolation of chlordecone binding proteins from pig liver cytosol. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health. 14: 305-17. PMID 6209410 DOI: 10.1080/15287398409530582  0.4
1983 Soine PJ, Blanke RV, Schwartz CC. Chlordecone metabolism in the pig. Toxicology Letters. 17: 35-41. PMID 6194575 DOI: 10.1016/0378-4274(83)90032-2  0.4
1982 Schwartz CC, Berman M, Vlahcevic ZR, Swell L. Multicompartmental analysis of cholesterol metabolism in man. Quantitative kinetic evaluation of precursor sources and turnover of high density lipoprotein cholesterol esters. The Journal of Clinical Investigation. 70: 863-76. PMID 7119117  0.4
1982 Goldman M, Vlahcevic ZR, Schwartz CC, Gustafsson J, Swell L. Bile acid metabolism in cirrhosis. VIII. Quantitative evaluation of bile acid synthesis from [7 beta-3H]7 alpha-hydroxycholesterol and [G-3H]26-hydroxycholesterol. Hepatology (Baltimore, Md.). 2: 59-66. PMID 7054068  0.4
1982 Schwartz CC, Vlahcevic ZR, Berman M, Meadows JG, Nisman RM, Swell L. Central role of high density lipoprotein in plasma free cholesterol metabolism. The Journal of Clinical Investigation. 70: 105-16. PMID 6953075  0.4
1982 Soine PJ, Blanke RV, Guzelian PS, Schwartz CC. Preferential binding of chlordecone to the protein and high density lipoprotein fractions of plasma from humans and other species. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health. 9: 107-18. PMID 6174734 DOI: 10.1080/15287398209530146  0.4
1981 Vlahcevic ZR, Goldman M, Schwartz CC, Gustafsson J, Swell L. Bile acid metabolism in cirrhosis. VII. Evidence for defective feedback control of bile acid synthesis. Hepatology (Baltimore, Md.). 1: 146-50. PMID 7286894 DOI: 10.1002/hep.1840010210  0.4
1981 Swell L, Gustafsson J, Danielsson H, Schwartz CC, Halloran LG, Vlahcevic ZR. Bile acid synthesis in humans. Cancer Research. 41: 3757-8. PMID 7260942  0.4
1981 Swell L, Schwartz CC, Gustafsson J, Danielsson H, Vlahcevic ZR. A quantitative evaluation of the conversion of 25-hydroxycholesterol to bile acids in man. Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta. 663: 163-8. PMID 7011410 DOI: 10.1016/0005-2760(81)90202-2  0.4
1981 Schwartz CC, Vlahcevic ZR, Halloran LG, Swell L. An in vivo evaluation in man of the transfer of esterified cholesterol between lipoproteins and into the liver and bile. Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta. 663: 143-62. PMID 7011409 DOI: 10.1016/0005-2760(81)90201-0  0.4
1981 Swell L, Gustafsson J, Danielsson H, Schwartz CC, Vlahcevic ZR. Biosynthesis of bile acids in man. An in vivo evaluation of the conversion of R and S 3 alpha, 7 alpha, 12 alpha-trihydroxy-5 beta-cholestanoic and 3 alpha, 7 alpha, 12 alpha-24 xi-tetrahydroxy-5 beta-cholestanoic acids to cholic acid. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 256: 912-6. PMID 7005227  0.4
1980 Patteson TE, Vlahcevic ZR, Schwartz CC, Gustafsson J, Danielsson H, Swell L. Bile acid metabolism in cirrhosis. VI. Sites of blockage in the bile acid pathways to primary bile acids. Gastroenterology. 79: 620-8. PMID 7409381  0.4
1980 Swell L, Gustafsson J, Schwartz CC, Halloran LG, Danielsson H, Vlahcevic ZR. An in vivo evaluation of the quantitative significance of several potential pathways to cholic and chenodeoxycholic acids from cholesterol in man. Journal of Lipid Research. 21: 455-66. PMID 7381336  0.4
1980 Vlahcevic ZR, Schwartz CC, Gustafsson J, Halloran LG, Danielsson H, Swell L. Biosynthesis of bile acids in man. Multiple pathways to cholic acid and chenodeoxycholic acid. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 255: 2925-33. PMID 7358716  0.4
1979 Goldman MA, Schwartz CC, Swell L, Vlahcevic ZR. Bile acid metabolism in health and disease. Progress in Liver Diseases. 6: 225-41. PMID 396557  0.4
1979 Schwartz CC, Almond HR, Vlahcevic ZR, Swell L. Bile acid metabolism in cirrhosis. V. Determination of biliary lipid secretion rates in patients with advanced cirrhosis. Gastroenterology. 77: 1177-82. PMID 115739  0.4
1978 Schwartz CC, Berman M, Vlahcevic ZR, Halloran LG, Gregory DH, Swell L. Multicompartmental analysis of cholesterol metabolism in man. Characterization of the hepatic bile acid and biliary cholesterol precursor sites. The Journal of Clinical Investigation. 61: 408-23. PMID 621281 DOI: 10.1172/JCI108952  0.4
1978 Halloran LG, Schwartz CC, Vlahcevic ZR, Nisman RM, Swell L. Evidence for high-density lipoprotein-free cholesterol as the primary precursor for bile-acid synthesis in man. Surgery. 84: 1-7. PMID 208187  0.4
1978 Schwartz CC, Halloran LG, Vlahcevic ZR, Gregory DH, Swell L. Preferential utilization of free cholesterol from high-density lipoproteins for biliary cholesterol secretion in man. Science (New York, N.Y.). 200: 62-4. PMID 204996  0.4
1978 Vlahcevic ZR, Schwartz CC, Gustafsson J. Evidence for the existence of a major pathway to cholic acid in man not involving 7α-hydroxycholesterol Gastroenterology. 74: 1168.  0.4
1978 Patteson TE, Vlahcevic ZR, Schwartz CC. A search for the defect in cholic acid synthesis in cirrhosis Gastroenterology. 74: 1168.  0.4
1977 Schwartz CC, Vlahcevic ZR, Halloran LG, Nisman R, Swell L. Evidence for a common hepatic cholesterol precursor site for cholic and chenodeoxycholic acid synthesis in man. Proceedings of the Society For Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society For Experimental Biology and Medicine (New York, N.Y.). 156: 261-4. PMID 928398  0.4
1976 Harrill I, Erbes C, Schwartz C. Observations on food acceptance by elderly women Gerontologist. 16: 349-355. PMID 1026578  0.4
1976 Schwartz CC, Cohen BI, Vlahcevic ZR, Gregory DH, Halloran LG, Kuramoto T, Mosbach EH, Swell L. Quantitative aspects of the conversion of 5 beta-cholestane intermediates to bile acids in man. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 251: 6308-14. PMID 185209  0.4
1975 Halloran LG, Schwartz CC, Vlahcevic ZR, Gregory DH, Swell L. Effect of chenodeoxycholic acid administration on bile acid and cholesterol synthesis in man. Surgical Forum. 26: 439-42. PMID 1216186  0.4
1975 Schwartz CC, Vlahcevic ZR, Halloran LG, Gregory DH, Meek JB, Swell L. Evidence for the existence of definitive hepatic cholesterol precursor compartments for bile acids and biliary cholesterol in man. Gastroenterology. 69: 1379-82. PMID 1193340  0.4
1975 Swell L, Schwartz CC, Halloran LG, Vlahcevic ZR. Rapid feedback inhibition of endogenous cholic and chenodeoxycholic acid synthesis by exogenous chenodeoxycholic acid in man. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications. 64: 1083-9. PMID 1147960 DOI: 10.1016/0006-291X(75)90158-8  0.4
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