1. Importance of ammonium ions in regulating hepatic glutamine synthesis during fasting. Cersosimo E, Williams P, Geer R, Lairmore T, Ghishan F, Abumrad NN (1989) Am J Physiol 257(4 Pt 1): E514-9
    › Primary publication · 2801934 (PubMed)
  2. Glutamine transport by rat basolateral membrane vesicles. Ghishan FK, Sutter W, Said H, Leonard D, Pietsch J, Abumrad N (1989) Biochim Biophys Acta 979(1): 77-81
    › Primary publication · 2917169 (PubMed)
  3. Evidence for functionally distinct glucose transporters in basal and insulin-stimulated adipocytes. Whitesell RR, Regen DM, Abumrad NA (1989) Biochemistry 28(17): 6937-43
    › Primary publication · 2684269 (PubMed)
  4. Effects of naloxone on glucose homeostasis during insulin-induced hypoglycemia. Nash JA, Radosevich PM, Lacy DB, Rizk N, Hourani H, Williams PE, Abumrad NN (1989) Am J Physiol 257(3 Pt 1): E367-73
    › Primary publication · 2528911 (PubMed)
  5. Effects of low- and high-intensity exercise on plasma and cerebrospinal fluid levels of ir-beta-endorphin, ACTH, cortisol, norepinephrine and glucose in the conscious dog. Radosevich PM, Nash JA, Lacy DB, O'Donovan C, Williams PE, Abumrad NN (1989) Brain Res 498(1): 89-98
    › Primary publication · 2551459 (PubMed)
  6. Characteristics of glutamine transport in dog jejunal brush-border membrane vesicles. Bulus NM, Abumrad NN, Ghishan FK (1989) Am J Physiol 257(1 Pt 1): G80-5
    › Primary publication · 2750912 (PubMed)
  7. Central effects of beta-endorphins on glucose homeostasis in the conscious dog. Radosevich PM, Lacy DB, Brown LL, Williams PE, Abumrad NN (1989) Am J Physiol 256(2 Pt 1): E322-30
    › Primary publication · 2521986 (PubMed)
  8. Burn injury alters intestinal glutamine transport. Pietsch JB, Leonard D, Neblett WW, Abumrad NN, Ghishan FK (1989) J Surg Res 46(4): 296-9
    › Primary publication · 2704226 (PubMed)
  9. Amino acids augment insulin's suppression of whole body proteolysis. Flakoll PJ, Kulaylat M, Frexes-Steed M, Hourani H, Brown LL, Hill JO, Abumrad NN (1989) Am J Physiol 257(6 Pt 1): E839-47
    › Primary publication · 2692456 (PubMed)
  10. Activation energy of the slowest step in the glucose carrier cycle: break at 23 degrees C and correlation with membrane lipid fluidity. Whitesell RR, Regen DM, Beth AH, Pelletier DK, Abumrad NA (1989) Biochemistry 28(13): 5618-25
    › Primary publication · 2775725 (PubMed)