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1.

Calcium fluxes at the bone/plasma interface: Acute effects of parathyroid hormone (PTH) and targeted deletion of PTH/PTH-related peptide (PTHrP) receptor in the osteocytes.

Dedic C, Hung TS, Shipley AM, Maeda A, Gardella T, Miller AL, Divieti Pajevic P, Kunkel JG, Rubinacci A.

Bone. 2018 Nov;116:135-143. doi: 10.1016/j.bone.2018.07.020. Epub 2018 Jul 24.

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Inhibition of SOCE disrupts cytokinesis in zebrafish embryos via inhibition of cleavage furrow deepening.

Chan CM, Chen Y, Hung TS, Miller AL, Shipley AM, Webb SE.

Int J Dev Biol. 2015;59(7-9):289-301. doi: 10.1387/ijdb.150209sw.

3.

Bone as an ion exchange organ: evidence for instantaneous cell-dependent calcium efflux from bone not due to resorption.

Marenzana M, Shipley AM, Squitiero P, Kunkel JG, Rubinacci A.

Bone. 2005 Oct;37(4):545-54.

PMID:
16046204
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Pollen tube growth is coupled to the extracellular calcium ion flux and the intracellular calcium gradient: effect of BAPTA-type buffers and hypertonic media.

Pierson ES, Miller DD, Callaham DA, Shipley AM, Rivers BA, Cresti M, Hepler PK.

Plant Cell. 1994 Dec;6(12):1815-28.

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Ionic fluxes during wound healing following segment amputation in sabellid fanworms.

Hill SD, Shipley AM, Smith PJ.

Biol Bull. 1994 Oct;187(2):253-4. No abstract available.

PMID:
7529055
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Ca2+ Fluxes Around Pollen Grains and Pollen Tubes of Lily; Normal Development and Effects of Thermal Shock, BAPTA-Type Buffer Microinjection and Depletion of Boric Acid From the Medium.

Pierson ES, Smith P, Shipley AM, Jaffe LF, Cresti M, Hepler PK.

Biol Bull. 1993 Oct;185(2):302-303. No abstract available.

PMID:
27768439
9.

Endogenous Currents During Wound Healing and Regeneration in Sabellid Fanworms.

Hill SD, Shipley AM, Smith P.

Biol Bull. 1993 Oct;185(2):303-304. No abstract available.

PMID:
27768438
10.

Localization and regulation of acid-base secretory currents from individual epithelial cells.

Scheffey C, Shipley AM, Durham JH.

Am J Physiol. 1991 Dec;261(6 Pt 2):F963-74.

PMID:
1721498
11.

The surgical service of Baltimore City Hospitals.

SHIPLEY AM, BRANTIGAN OC.

Md State Med J. 1955 Dec;4(12):765-70. No abstract available.

PMID:
13272428
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Personal glimpses of Dr. Halsted.

SHIPLEY AM.

Surgery. 1952 Sep;32(3):469-71. No abstract available.

PMID:
12984258
13.

FRANK S. LYNN 1884-1938.

Shipley AM.

Ann Surg. 1939 Jun;109(6):1038-40. No abstract available.

14.

NATHAN WINSLOW 1878-1937.

Shipley AM.

Ann Surg. 1938 May;107(5):879-80. No abstract available.

15.

MEMOIR: RANDOLPH WINSLOW 1852-1937.

Shipley AM.

Ann Surg. 1937 Nov;106(5):955-6. No abstract available.

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SUPPURATIVE PERICARDITIS: LATE RESULTS AND METHODS OF DRAINAGE.

Shipley AM.

Ann Surg. 1936 May;103(5):698-705. No abstract available.

18.

TREATMENT OF APPENDICITIS COMPLICATED BY PERITONITIS.

Shipley AM, Bailey HA.

Ann Surg. 1932 Oct;96(4):537-50. No abstract available.

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PAROXYSMAL HYPERTENSION ASSOCIATED WITH TUMOR OF THE SUPRARENAL.

Shipley AM.

Ann Surg. 1929 Oct;90(4):742-9. No abstract available.

20.

PROGRESSIVE GANGRENOUS ULCERATION OF THE ABDOMINAL WALL.

Shipley AM.

Ann Surg. 1928 Feb;87(2):245-9. No abstract available.

21.

A PLASTIC OPERATION ON THE CHEST.

Shipley AM.

Ann Surg. 1926 Aug;84(2):246-50. No abstract available.

22.

TUBERCULOSIS OF THE MAMMARY GLAND.

Shipley AM, Spencer HR.

Ann Surg. 1926 Feb;83(2):175-81. No abstract available.

23.

BROKEN-DOWN ABDOMINAL INCISIONS: A METHOD OF CLOSURE.

Shipley AM.

Ann Surg. 1925 Sep;82(3):452-7. No abstract available.

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