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Activin A suppresses neuroblastoma xenograft tumor growth via antimitotic and antiangiogenic mechanismsPanopoulou, E.; Murphy, C.; Rasmussen, H.; Bagli, E.; Rofstad, E. K.; Fotsis, T.24-Nov-2015-
Angiogenesis in inflammationBagli, E.; Xagorari, A.; Papetropoulos, A.; Murphy, C.; Fotsis, T.24-Nov-2015-
Central corneal thickness in subjects with glaucoma and in normal individuals (with or without pseudoexfoliation syndrome)Kitsos, G.; Gartzios, C.; Asproudis, I.; Bagli, E.24-Nov-2015-
Comparison of one-site versus two-site phacotrabeculectomy without the use of antimetabolites intraoperatively in patients with pseudoexfoliation glaucoma and primary open-angle glaucomaBagli, E.; Gartzios, C.; Asproudis, I.; Kitsos, G.24-Nov-2015-
Conventional MRI and magnetisation transfer imaging of the brain and optic pathway in primary open-angle glaucomaKitsos, G.; Zikou, A. K.; Bagli, E.; Kosta, P.; Argyropoulou, M. I.24-Nov-2015-
Luteolin inhibits vascular endothelial growth factor-induced angiogenesis; inhibition of endothelial cell survival and proliferation by targeting phosphatidylinositol 3'-kinase activityBagli, E.; Stefaniotou, M.; Morbidelli, L.; Ziche, M.; Psillas, K.; Murphy, C.; Fotsis, T.24-Nov-2015-
Luteolin reduces lipopolysaccharide-induced lethal toxicity and expression of proinflammatory molecules in miceKotanidou, A.; Xagorari, A.; Bagli, E.; Kitsanta, P.; Fotsis, T.; Papapetropoulos, A.; Roussos, C.24-Nov-2015-
Molecular mechanisms of flavonoid actions: Effects in angiogenesisBagli, E.; Murphy, C.; Fotsis, T.24-Nov-2015-
Renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system genes and nonarteritic anterior ischemic optic neuropathyMarkoula, S.; Giannopoulos, S.; Asproudis, I.; Kostoulas, C.; Nikas, A.; Bagli, E.; Kyritsis, A. P.; Georgiou, I.24-Nov-2015-
VEGF autoregulates its proliferative and migratory ERK1/2 and p38 cascades by enhancing the expression of DUSP1 and DUSP5 phosphatases in endothelial cellsBellou, S.; Hink, M. A.; Bagli, E.; Panopoulou, E.; Bastiaens, P. I.; Murphy, C.; Fotsis, T.24-Nov-2015-