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Stagos D, Goutzourelas N, Ntontou AM, Kafantaris I, Deli CK, Poulios A, Jamurtas AZ, Bar-Or D, Kouretas D. Assessment of eccentric exercise-induced oxidative stress using oxidation-reduction potential markers. Oxid Med Cell Longev. 2015. [Epub ahead of print].

Hausburg MA, Doles JD, Clement SL, Cadwallader ABHall MN, Blackshear PJ, Lykke-Andersen J, Olwin BBPost-transcriptional regulation of satellite cell quiescence by TTP-mediated mRNA decay. 2015. Elife: Mar 27;4 [Epub ahead of print].

Bar-Or D, Carrick MM, Mains CW, Rael LT, Slone D, Brody EN. Sepsis, oxidative stress, and hypoxia: Are there clues to better treatment? Redox Rep. 2015 Mar 24:RER11325. [Epub ahead of print]

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Stoppe C; Kraemer S; Benstoem C; Schälte G; Bar-Or D; Goetzenich A. Time course of redox potential and antioxidant capacity in patients undergoing cardiac surgery. International Symposium on Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine, March 17 -20, 2015. Brussels, Belgium.

Whaley M; Caputo L; Kozlowski M; Fanale C; Wagner J; Bar-Or D. A door-to-needle time under 30 minutes can be achieved and can improve functional outcomes. International Stroke Conference, Nashville, TN. February 10-12, 2015.

Whaley M; Caputo L; Wagner J. The Presence of an Advanced Practice Nurse Stroke Coordinator Decreases Door-to-Needle Times. International Stroke Conference, Nashville, TN. February 10-12, 2015.

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