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Structural & Cellular Biology
Tulane University School of Medicine
Box SL49, Room 3004
1430 Tulane Avenue
New Orleans, Louisiana 70112
Telephone: (504) 988-5255
Fax: (504) 988-1687
James R. Jeter. Jr., Ph.D.

jeterEmeritus Professor

jjeter@tulane.edu

Research Interests:

Control of cellular differentiation; role of protein phosphorylation and the oncongene c-fos and c-myc in the control of differentiation and proliferation in Friend erythroleukemia cells.

Selected Publications:

Schiller, N.K., Champion, H.C., Hugghins, S.Y., Timothy, A.M., Murphy, W.A., Coy, D.H., Jeter, Jr., J.R., and Kadowitz, P.J. Adrenomedullin does not inhibit human platelet aggregation. Peptides.

Hugghins, S.Y., Champion, H.C., Kadowitz, P.J., and Jeter, Jr., J.R. Vasorelaxant responses to endothelius, nociceptin, albuterol, and adrenomedullin in isolated rat aorta. Life Sciences.

D'Souza, F.M., Kadowitz, P.J., Sparks, R.L., and Jeter, Jr., J.R. Analysis of the role of nitric oxide in the control of cell proliferation and phenotypic modulation. Proc. Amer. Assoc. Cancer Res.

Hugghins, S.Y., Champion, H.C., Cheng, G., Kadowitz, P.J., and Jeter, Jr., J.R. Analysis of TH effects of endomorphins and nociceptin on contractile activity of isolated rat aorta. FASEB Journal.

Tulane University School of Medicine, Dept. of SCB, New Orleans, LA 70112 504-988-5255 tfrasch@tulane.edu