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Alan L. Weiner, Ph.D.


Alan L. Weiner, Ph.D.

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Alan Weiner

Preclinical Pharmacology/Biochemistry


Hellberg, M.R., McLaughlin, M.A., Sharif, N.A., DeSantis, L., Dean, T.R., Kyba, E.P., Bishop, J.E., Klimko, P.G., Zinke, P.W., Selliah, R.D., Barnes, G., DeFaller, J., Kothe, A., Landry, T., Sullivan, E.K., Andrew, R., Davis, A.A., Silver, L., Bergamini, M.V.W., Robertson, S., Weiner, A.L., Sallee, V.L., (2002), Identification and Characterization of the Ocular Hypotensive Efficacy of Travoprost, a Potent and Selective FP Prostaglandin Receptor Agonist, and AL-6598, a DP Prostaglandin Receptor Agonist, Surv. Ophthalmol. 47, S13-S33

Soehngen, E.C., Godin-Ostro, E., Fielder F.G., Ginsberg, R.S., and Weiner, A.L., (1988) Encapsulation of Indomethacin in Liposomes Provides Protection Against Both Gastric and Intestinal Ulceration When Orally Administered to Rats, Arth. Rheum., 31, 414-422

Weiner, A.L., Soehngen, E.C., Slusher, M.A., Painter, S.K., and Fielder, F.G., (1988) Liposome Encapsulation of Indomethacin Inhibits its GI Toxicity, J. Clin. Pharm., 28, 935

Godin-Ostro, E., Weiner, A.L., Soehngen, E.C., and Weissmann, G., (1987) Liposomes Protect the Gastrointestinal Tract from NSAID Toxicity, Arth. Rheum., 30, 566

Weiner, A.L., (1987) Liposomal Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs, In: Therapeutic Applications of Liposomes, Proceeding of the Third Princeton-Liposome Conference, Princeton, N.J., May 11-13, pgs 22-24

Weiner, A.L., (1987) Liposomes: Morphology and Biology, Pharm. Tech., 11, 33

Carpenter-Green, S.S., Weiner, A.L., Soehngen, E.C., and Weissmann, G., (1985) Liposomes Containing Indomethacin or Prostaglandin E for Treatment of Antigen-Induced Arthritis in Rabbits, Fed. Proc., 44, 903

Weiner, A.L., and Cousins, R.J., (1983) Hormonally Produced Changes in Ceruloplasmin Synthesis and Secretion in Primary Cultured Rat Hepatocytes. Relationship to Hepatic Copper Metabolism, Biochem. J., 212, 297-304

Weiner, A.L., Cousins, R.J., (1983) Differential Regulation of Copper and Zinc Metabolism in Rat Liver Parenchymal Cells in Primary Cultures, Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. Med. 173, 486-494

Cousins, R.J., and Weiner, A.L., (1982) Hormonal Regulation of Copper and Zinc Metabolism in Isolated Rat Liver Parenchymal Cells., In: Inflammatory Diseases and Copper, J.R.J. Sorenson, Ed., The Humana Press, 147-157

Weiner, A.L., Cousins, R.J., (1981) Metabolism of Copper And Zinc in Isolated Rat Liver Parenchymal Cells, In: Trace Elements in the Pathogenesis and Treatment of Inflammation, K.D. Rainsford, K. Brune, M.W. Whitehouse, Eds, Birkhauser Verlag, Basel, 51-64

Weiner, A.L., Cousins, R.J., (1980) Copper Accumulation and Metabolism in Primary Monolayer Cultures of Rat Liver Parenchymal Cells, Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 629, 113-125
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