Ma L, Shelness GS, Snipes JA, Murea M, Antinozzi PA, Cheng D, Saleem MA, Satchell SC, Banas B, Mathieson PW, Kretzler M, Hemal AK, Rudel LL, Petrovic S, Weckerle A, Pollak MR, Ross MD, Parks JS, Freedman BI. Localization of APOL1 protein and mRNA in the human kidney: nondiseased tissue, primary cells, and immortalized cell lines. J Am Soc Nephrol. 2015;26(2):339-348.
Sun X, Stephens L, DuBose TD Jr, Petrovic S. Adaptation by the collecting duct to an exogenous acid load is blunted by deletion of the proton-sensing receptor GPR4. Am J Physiol Renal Physiol. 2015;309(2):F120-F136.
Patel AL, Chen X, Wood ST, Stuart ES, Arcaro KF, Molina DP, Petrovic S, Furdui CM, Tsang AW. Activation of epidermal growth factor receptor is required for Chlamydia trachomatis development. BMC Microbiol. 2014;14(1):277.
Petrovic S, Dubose TD Jr. Missense mutations and proximal RTA. Have we reached a new threshold? Focus on 'missense mutation T485S alters NBCe1-A electrogenicity causing proximal renal tubular acidosis [editorial]. Am J Physiol Cell Physiol. 2013;305(4):C373-C374.
Molina DP, Sun X, Marrs GS, DuBose TD, Petrovic S. Mapping of pH sensor, GPR4, to peritubular capillaries [abstract]. J Am Soc Nephrol. 2013;24(Abstract Suppl):243A.
Sun X, Reisz J, Molina DP, Nuradin N, Tay RR, Furdui CM, DuBose TD, Petrovic S. Exogenous acid loads increase ROS production by the kidney [abstract]. J Am Soc Nephrol. 2013;24(Abstract Suppl):245A.
Ma L, Snipes JA, Murea M, Antinozzi PA, Shelness GS, Saleem M, Satchell SC, Banas B, Mathieson PW, Kretzler M, Petrovic S, Ross MD, Pollak MR, Rudel L, Parks JS, Freedman BI. ApoL1 protein in non-diseased human podocytes: endogenous synthesis versus uptake? [abstract]. J Am Soc Nephrol. 2013;24(Abstract Suppl):557A.
Fisher KD, Codina J, Petrovic S, DuBose TD Jr. Pyk2 regulates H+-ATPase-mediated proton secretion in the outer medullary collecting duct via an ERK1/2 signaling pathway. Am J Physiol Renal Physiol. 2012;303(9):F1353-1362.
Sun X, Tomassi E, Sah R, Diz D, Petrovic S. Deletion of the proton receptor GPR4 is associated with lower blood pressure and lower AT1 receptors in brain regions involved with neural control of arterial pressure [abstract]. In: Meeting Program and Abstracts of the 2012 American Physiological Society Conference: Autonomic Regulation of Cardiovascular Function in Health and Disease; 2012 July 7-10; Omaha (NE). 2012;():13.
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