Xanthine oxidase injurious response in acute joint injury

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2015-12-07

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10.1016/j.cca.2015.09.025

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Stabler, Thomas, Robert D Zura, Ming-Feng Hsueh and Virginia B Kraus (2015). Xanthine oxidase injurious response in acute joint injury. CLINICA CHIMICA ACTA, 451. pp. 170–174. 10.1016/j.cca.2015.09.025 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/11581.

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Hsueh

Ming-Feng Hsueh

Assistant Professor in Orthopaedic Surgery
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Virginia Byers Kraus

Mary Bernheim Distinguished Professor of Medicine

Virginia Byers Kraus, MD, PhD, is the Mary Bernheim Distinguished Professor of Medicine, Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Professor of Pathology and a faculty member of the Duke Molecular Physiology Institute in the Duke University School of Medicine. She is a practicing Rheumatologist with over 30 years’ experience in translational musculoskeletal research focusing on osteoarthritis, the most common of all arthritides. She trained at Brown University (ScB 1979), Duke University (MD 1982, PhD 1993) and the Duke University School of Medicine (Residency in Internal Medicine and Fellowship in Rheumatology). Her career has focused on elucidating osteoarthritis pathogenesis and translational research into the discovery and validation of biomarkers for early osteoarthritis detection, prediction of progression, monitoring of disease status, and facilitation of therapeutic developments. She is co-PI of the Foundation for NIH Biomarkers Consortium Osteoarthritis project. Trained as a molecular biologist and a Rheumatologist, she endeavors to study disease from bedside to bench.


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