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Journal Cover and Commentary on Kim, Y. W.; Yakubenko, V. P.; West, X. Z.; Gugiu, G. B.; Kutralanathan, R.; Biswas, S.; Gao, D.; Crabb, J. W.; Salomon, R. G.; Podrez, E.; Byzova, T. "Receptor-Mediated Mechanism Controlling Tissue Levels of Bioactive Lipid Oxidation Products", Circ Res 2015, 117, 321-332.

CEP Is an Important and Ubiquitous Oxidation Specific Epitope Recognized by Innate Pattern Recognition Receptors

Circulation Research

Journal Cover for KH. Wang, J. Guo, X. Z. West, H. K. Bid, L. Lu, L. Hong, G. F. Jang, L. Zhang, J. W. Crabb, M. Linetsky and R. G. Salomon "Detection and Biological Activities of Carboxyethylpyrrole Ethanolamine Phospholipids (CEP-EPs)", Chem Res Toxicol 2014, 27, 2015-22.

Chemical Research in Toxicology

Commentary on Gu, X., Zhang, W., Choi, J., Li, W., Chen, X., Laird, J. M. and Salomon, R. G. (2011) An (1)O(2) Route to gamma-Hydroxyalkenal Phospholipids by Vitamin E-Induced Fragmentation of Hydroperoxydiene-Derived Endoperoxides. Chem Res Toxicol 24, 1080-1093.

Toxic γ-Hydroxyalkenals and the Retina

Commentary on Choi, J., Zhang, W., Gu, X., Chen, X., Hong, L., Laird, J. M. and Salomon, R. G. (2011) Lysophosphatidyl-choline is generated by spontaneous deacylation of oxidized phospholipids. Chem Res Toxicol 24, 111-118.

Fate of Oxidized Lipids

Commentaries on X. Z. West, N. L. Malinin, A. A. Merkulova, M. Tischenko, B. A. Kerr, E. C. Borden, E. A. Podrez, R. G. Salomon, T. V. Byzova (2010) Oxidative stress induces angiogenesis by activating TLR2 with novel endogenous ligands. Nature 467, 972–976.

A New Vein of TLR BiologyThe Toll of Stress on Vessels

Commentary on Li, X. M., Salomon, R. G., Qin, J. and Hazen, S. L. (2007) Conformation of an endogenous ligand in a membrane bilayer for the macrophage scavenger receptor CD36. Biochemistry 46, 5009-5017

Fat(al) attraction: oxidized lipids act as "eat-me" signals

Journal Cover for The lipid whisker model of the structure of oxidized cell membranes, Greenberg, M. E., Li, X. M., Gugiu, B. G., Gu, X., Qin, J., Salomon, R. G. and Hazen, S. L., J Biol Chem 2008, 283, 2385-2396.

The Journal of Biological Chemistry

Commentary on Podrez, E. A., Byzova, T. V., Febbraio, M., Salomon, R. G., Ma, Y., Valiyaveettil, M., Poliakov, E., Sun, M., Finton, P. J., Curtis, B. R., Chen, J., Zhang, R., Silverstein, R. L. and Hazen, S. L. (2007) Platelet CD36 links hyperlipidemia, oxidant stress and a prothrombotic phenotype. Nat Med 13, 1086-1095.

The clot thickens–oxidized lipids and thrombosis

Commentary in Case_The Value of Research (2007) highlighting our interdisciplinary research on eye diseases.

Chemistry and Biology Join Forces to Fight Eye Diseases

Commentary on Ebrahem, Q., Renganathan, K., Sears, J., Vasanji, A., Gu, X., Lu, L., Salomon, R. G., Crabb, J. W. and Anand-Apte, B. (2006) Carboxyethylpyrrole oxidative protein modifications stimulate neovascularization: Implications for age-related macular degeneration. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 103, 13480-13484.

wet AMD: CEPsis of the retina?

Journal Cover for A Novel Family of Atherogenic Oxidized Phospholipids Promotes Macrophage Foam Cell Formation via the Scavenger Receptor CD36 and Is Enriched in Atherosclerotic Lesions, Podrez, E. A.;Poliakov, E.;Shen, Z.;Zhang, R.;Deng, Y.;Sun, M.;Finton, P. J.;Shan, L.;Febbraio, M.;Hajjar, D. P.;Silverstein, R. L.;Hoff, H. F.;Salomon, R. G. and Hazen, S. L., J Biol Chem 2002, 277, 38517-23.

The Journal of Biological Chemistry

Commentary on Crabb, J. W., Miyagi, M., Gu, X., Shadrach, K., West, K. A., Sakaguchi, H., Kamei, M., Hasan, A., Yan, L., Rayborn, M. E., Salomon, R. G. and Hollyfield, J. G. (2002) Drusen proteome analysis: an approach to the etiology of age-related macular degeneration. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 99, 14682-14687.

New insights and new approaches toward the study of age-related macular degeneration.

Journal Cover for HNE-derived 2-pentylpyrroles are generated during oxidation of LDL, are more prevalent in blood plasma from patients with renal disease or atherosclerosis, and are present in atherosclerotic plaques. Salomon, R. G., Kaur, K., Podrez, E., Hoff, H. F., Krushinsky, A. V. and Sayre, L. M., Chem Res Toxicol 2000, 13, 557-64.

Chemical Research in Toxicology

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