Epoxide Hydrolase

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001.  Kamimura, H., B.D. Hammock, I. Yamamoto and J.E. Casida.  1972.  A potent juvenile hormone mimic, 1-(4'-ethylphenoxy)-6,7-epoxy-3,7-dimethyl-2-octene, labeled with tritium in either the ethylphenyl- or geranyl-derived moiety.  J. Agric. Food Chem.  20(2):439-442. [Download]

002.  Gill, S.S., B.D. Hammock, I. Yamamoto and J.E. Casida.  1972.  Preliminary chromatographic studies on the metabolites and photodecomposition products of the juvenoid 1-(4'-ethylphenoxy-6,7-epoxy-3,7- dimethyl-2-octene.  In: Insect Juvenile Hormones: Chemistry and Action, (Menn, J.J. and M. Beroza, eds.), Academic Press, New York, pp. 177-189. [Download]

003.  Gill, S.S., B.D. Hammock and J.E. Casida.  1974.  Mammalian metabolism and environmental degradation of the juvenoid 1-(4'- ethylphenoxy)-3,7-dimethyl-6,7-epoxy-trans-2-octene and related compounds.  J. Agric. Food Chem.  22(3):386-395. [Download]

004.  Hammock, B.D., S.S. Gill and J.E. Casida.  1974.  Synthesis and morphogenetic activity of derivatives and analogs of aryl geranyl ether juvenoids.  J. Agric. Food Chem.  22(3):379-385. [Download]

006.  Hammock, L.G., B.D. Hammock and J.E. Casida.  1974.  Detection and analysis of epoxides with 4-(p-nitrobenzyl)-pyridine.  Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 12(6):759-764. [Download]

007.  Hammock, B.D., S.S. Gill, L.G. Hammock and J.E. Casida.  1975.  Metabolic O-dealkylation of 1-(4'-ethylphenoxy)-3,7-dimethyl-7-methoxy or ethoxy-trans-2-octene, potent juvenoids.  Pestic. Biochem. Physiol.  5:12-18. [Download]

010.  Hammock, B.D., S.S. Gill, V. Stamoudis and L.I. Gilbert.  1976.  Soluble mammalian epoxide hydratase: action on juvenile hormone and other terpenoid epoxides. Comp. Biochem. Physiol.  53B:263-265. [Download]

011.  Hammock, B.D. and G.B. Quistad.  1976.  The degradative metabolism of juvenoids by insects.  In: The Juvenile Hormones, (Gilbert, L.E., eds.), Plenum Press, New York, pp. 374-393. [Download]

015.  Hammock, B.D., E. Kuwano, A. Ketterman, R.H. Scheffrahn, S.N. Thompson and D. Sallume.  1978.  Acute toxicity and developmental effects of analogues of ethyl a-(4- chlorophenoxy)-a-methylpropionate on two insects, Oncopeltus fasciatus and Tenebrio molitor.  J. Agric. Food Chem.  26(1):166-170. [Download]

021.  Mumby, S.M. and B.D. Hammock.  1979.  A partition assay for epoxide hydrases acting on insect juvenile hormone and an epoxide-containing juvenoid.  Anal. Biochem.  92:16-21. [Download]

024.  Mumby, S.M. and B.D. Hammock.  1979.  Substrate selectivity and stereochemistry of enzymatic epoxide hydration in the soluble fraction of mouse liver.  Pestic. Biochem. Physiol.  11:275-284. [Download]

026.  Gill, S.S. and B.D. Hammock.  1979.  Hydration of cis- and trans-epoxymethyl stearates by the cytosolic epoxide hydrase of mouse liver.  Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun.  89(3):965-971. [Download]

028.  Mumby, S.M. and B.D. Hammock.  1979.  Stability of epoxide-containing juvenoids to dilute aqueous acid.  Agric. Food Chem.  27(8):1223-1228. [Download]

031.  Hammock, B.D., S.S. Gill, S.M. Mumby and K. Ota.  1980.  Comparison of epoxide hydrases in the soluble and microsomal fractions of mammalian liver.  In: Molecular Basis of Environmental Toxicity, (Bhatnagar, R.S., eds.), Ann Arbor Science Publishers, Ann Arbor, Michigan, pp. 229-272. [Download]

032.  Gill, S.S. and B.D. Hammock.  1980.  Distribution and properties of a mammalian soluble epoxide hydrase.  Biochem. Pharmacol.  29:389-395. [Download]

033.  Ota, K. and B.D. Hammock.  1980.  Cytosolic and microsomal epoxide hydrolases: differential properties in mammalian liver.  Science.  207:1479-1481. [Download]

034.  Hammock, B.D., M. El-Tantawy, S.S. Gill, L. Hasegawa, C.A. Mullin and K. Ota.  1980.  Extramicrosomal epoxide hydration.  In: Microsomes, Drug Oxidations, and Chemical Carcinogenesis, (Coon, M.J., A.H. Conney, R. Estabrook, H.H. Gelboin, J.R. Gillette and B.J. O'Brien, eds.), Academic Press, New York, pp. 655-658. [Download]

035.  El-Tantawy, M.A. and B.D. Hammock.  1980.  The effect of hepatic microsomal and cytosolic subcellular fractions on the mutagenic activity of epoxide-containing compounds in the Salmonella assay.  Mutat. Res.  79:59-71. [Download]

036.  Mullin, C.A. and B.D. Hammock.  1980.  A rapid radiometric assay for mammalian cytosolic epoxide hydrolase.  Anal. Biochem.  106:476-485. [Download]

037.  Ivie, G.W., J.T. MacGregor and B.D. Hammock.  1980.  Mutagenicity of psoralen epoxides.  Mutat. Res.  79:73-77. [Download]

039.  Hammock, B.D., M. Ratcliff and D.A. Schooley.  1980.  Hydration of an 180 epoxide by a cytosolic epoxide hydrolase from mouse liver.  Life Sci.  27:1635-1641. [Download]

042.  Hammock, B.D.  1981.  Metabolism and environmental fate of juvenoids.  In: Regulation of Insect Development and Behavior, (Sehnal, F., A. Zabza, J.J. Menn and B. Cymborowski, eds.), Wroclaw Technical University Press, Wroclaw, Poland, pp. 841-852. [Download]

043.  Gill, S.S. and B.D. Hammock.  1981.  Epoxide hydrolase activity in the mitochondrial fraction of mouse liver.  Nature.  291(5811):167-168.

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046.  Hammock, B.D. and G.B. Quistad.  1981.  Metabolism and mode of action of juvenile hormone, juvenoids, and other insect growth regulators.  In: Progress in Pesticide Biochemistry, (Hutson, D.H. and T.R. Roberts, eds.), John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., Sussex, England, pp. 1-83, Volume 1.

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047.  Guenthner, T.M., B.D. Hammock, U. Vogel and F. Oesch.  1981.  Cytosolic and microsomal epoxide hydrolases are immunologically distinguishable from each other in the rat and mouse.  J. Biol. Chem.  256(7):3163-3166. [Download]

048.  Gill, S.S. and B.D. Hammock.  1981.  Epoxide hydrolase activity in the mitochondrial and submitochondrial fractions of mouse liver.  Biochem. Pharmacol. 30(15):2111-2120. [Download]

054.  Mullin, C.A. and B.D. Hammock.  1982.  Chalcone oxides - potent selective inhibitors of cytosolic epoxide hydrolase.  Arch. Biochem. Biophys.  216(2):423-439. [Download]

055.  Hasegawa, L.S. and B.D. Hammock.  1982.  Spectrophotometric assay for mammalian cytosolic epoxide hydrolase using trans-stilbene oxide as the substrate. Biochem. Pharmacol.  31(11):1979-1984. [Download]

062.  Gill, S.S., S.I. Wie, T.M. Guenthner, F. Oesch and B.D. Hammock.  1982.  Rapid and sensitive enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay for the microsomal epoxide hydrolase.  Carcinogenesis.  3(11):1307-1310. [Download]

063.  Hammock, B.D. and L.S. Hasagawa.  1983.  Differential substrate selectivity of murine hepatic cytosolic and microsomal epoxide hydrolases.  Biochem. Pharmacol. 32(7):1155-1164. [Download]

064.  Chacos, N., J. Capdevila, J.R. Falck, S. Manna, C. Martin-Wixtrom, S.S. Gill, B.D. Hammock and R.W. Estabrook.  1983.  The reaction of arachidonic acid epoxides (epoxyeicosatrienoic acids) with a cytosolic epoxide hydrolase.  Arch. Biochem. Biophys.  223(2):639-648. 

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066.  Gill, S.S., K. Ota and B.D. Hammock.  1983.  Radiometric assays for mammalian epoxide hydrolases and glutathione S-transferase.  Anal. Biochem.  131:273-282. [Download]

068.  Gill, S.S., K. Ota, B. Ruebner and B.D. Hammock.  1983.  Microsomal and cytosolic epoxide hydrolases in rhesus monkey liver, and in normal and neoplastic human liver.  Life Sci.  32:2693-2700. [Download]

069.  Hammock, B.D. and K. Ota.  1983.  Differential induction of cytosolic epoxide hydrolase, microsomal epoxide hydrolase, and glutathione S-transferase activities. Toxicol. App. Pharmacol. 71:254-265. [Download]

075.  Hammock, B.D., D.N. Loury, D.E. Moody, B. Ruebner, R. Baselt, K.M. Milam, P. Volberding, A. Ketterman and R. Talcott.  1984.  A methodology for the analysis of the preneoplastic antigen.  Carcinogenesis.  5(11):1467-1473. [Download]

080.  Prestwich, G.D., I. Lucarelli, S.-K. Park, D.N. Loury, D.E. Moody and B.D. Hammock.  1985.  Cyclopropyl oxiranes: Reversible inhibitors of cytosolic and microsomal epoxide hydrolases.  Arch. Biochem. Biophys.  237(2):361-372. [Download]

082.  Prestwich, G.D. and B.D. Hammock.  1985.  Rapid purification of cytosolic epoxide hydrolase from normal and clofibrate-treated animals by affinity chromatography. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA  82:1663-1667. [Download]

087.  Hammock, B.D., D.E. Moody and A. Sevanian.  1985.  Epoxide hydrolases in the catabolism of sterols and isoprenoids.  In: Methods in Enzymology, Volume III, Steroids and Isoprenoids, Part B, (Law, J.H. and H.C. Rilling, eds.), Academic Press, Orlando, Florida, pp. 303-311. [Download]

089.  Loury, D.N., D.E. Moody, B.W. Kim and B.D. Hammock.  1985.  Effect of dietary clofibrate on epoxide hydrolase activity in tissues of mice.  Biochem. Pharmacol. 34(10):1827-1833.  [Download]

090.  Moody, D.E., D.N. Loury and B.D. Hammock.  1985.  Epoxide metabolism in the liver of mice treated with clofibrate (ethyl-a-(p-chlorophenoxyisobutyrate)), a peroxisome proliferator.  Toxicol. Appl. Pharmacol.  78:351-362. [Download]

091.  Wixtrom, R.N. and B.D. Hammock.  1985.  Membrane-bound and soluble-fraction epoxide hydrolases: Methodological aspects.  In: Biochemical Pharmacology and Toxicology, Vol. 1: Methodological Aspects of Drug Metabolizing Enzymes, (Zakim, D. and D.A. Vessey, eds.), John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, pp. 1-93. [Download]

094.  Prestwich, G.D., J.-W. Kuo, S.K. Park, D.N. Loury and B.D. Hammock.  1985.  Inhibition of epoxide metabolism by a,b-epoxyketones and isosteric analogs.  Arch. Biochem. Biophys.  242(1):11-15.[Download]

098.  Hammock, B.D., G.D. Prestwich, D.N. Loury, P.Y.K. Cheung, W.S. Eng, S.K. Park, D.E. Moody, M.H. Silva and R.N. Wixtrom.  1986.  Comparison of crude and affinity purified cytosolic epoxide hydrolases from hepatic tissue of control and clofibrate-fed mice.  Arch. Biochem. Biophys.  244(1):292-309.[Download]

100.  Ottea, J.A. and B.D. Hammock.  1986.  Optimization of assay conditions for epoxide metabolizing enzymes in Trichoplusia ni.  Insect Biochem.  16(2):319-325.[Download]

102.  Moody, D.E., M.H. Silva and B.D. Hammock.  1986.  Epoxide hydrolysis in the cytosol of rat liver, kidney, and testis.  Measurement in the presence of glutathione and the effect of dietary clofibrate.  Biochem. Pharmacol.  35(13):2073-2080.[Download]

107.  Helferich, W.G., E.G. Carroad, M.D. Easter, D.E. Moody, B.D. Hammock and L.R. Shull.  1986.  Effect of medroxyprogesterone acetate on hepatic and placental drug metabolism in rats.  Biochem. Pharmacol.  35(20):3655-3658.[Download]

109.  Wisniewski, J.A., D.E. Moody, B.D. Hammock and L.R. Shull.  1987.  Interlobular distribution of hepatic xenobiotic-metabolizing enzyme activities in cattle, goats and sheep. J. Anim. Sci.  64:210-215.[Download]

110.  Gillette, D.M., R.D. Corey, W.G. Helferich, J.M. McFarland, L.J. Lowenstine, D.E. Moody, B.D. Hammock and L.R. Shull.  1987.  Comparative toxicology of tetrachlorobiphenyls in mink and rat.  I.  Changes in hepatic enzyme activity and smooth endoplasmic reticulum volume.  Fundam. Appl. Toxicol.  8:5-14.[Download]

111.  Moody, D.E., D.N. Loury and B.D. Hammock.  1987.  Immunochemical determination of microsomal epoxide hydrolase (preneoplastic antigen) in extrahepatic tissue.  Biochem. Pharmacol.  36(4):570-572.[Download]

113.  Miyamoto, T., M. Silva and B.D. Hammock.  1987.  Inhibition of epoxide hydrolases and glutathione S-transferases by 2-, 3-, and 4-substituted derivatives of 4'-phenylchalcone and its oxide.  Arch. Biochem. Biophys.  254(1):203-213. [Download]

115.  Silva, M.H. and B.D. Hammock.  1987.  Affinity purification of cytosolic epoxide hydrolase from human, rhesus monkey, baboon, rabbit, rat and mouse liver.  Comp. Biochem. Physiol.  87B(1):95-102. [Download]

116.  Munger, C.E., G.W. Ivie, R.J. Christopher, B.D. Hammock and T.D. Phillips.  1987.  Acetylation/deacetylation reactions of T-2, acetyl T-2, HT-2 and acetyl HT-2 toxins in bovine rumen fluid in vitro. J. Agric. Food Chem.  35(3):354-358. [Download]

118.  Ottea, J.A., L.G. Harshman and B.D. Hammock.  1987.  Patterns of epoxide metabolism by epoxide hydrolase and glutathione S-transferase associated with age and genotype in Drosophila melanogaster.  Mutat. Res.  177:247-254. [Download]

119.  Moody, D.E. and B.D. Hammock.  1987.  The effect of tridiphane (2-(3,5-dichloropohenyl)-2-(2,2,2-trichloroethyl) oxirane) on hepatic epoxide-metabolizing enzymes: Indications of peroxisome proliferation.  Toxicol. Appl. Pharmacol.  89:37-48. [Download]

121.  Ashour, M.-B.A., D.E. Moody and B.D. Hammock.  1987.  Apparent induction of microsomal-carboxylesterase activities in tissues of clofibrate-fed mice and rats. Toxicol. Appl. Pharmacol.  89:361-369. [Download]

122.  Narloch, B.A., M.P. Lawton, D.E. Moody, B.D. Hammock and L.R. Shull.  1987.  The effects of dicofol on induction of hepatic microsomal metabolism in rats.  Pestic. Biochem. Physiol.  28:362-370. [Download]

125.  Moody, D.E. and B.D. Hammock.  1987.  Purification of microsomal hydrolase from liver of rhesus monkey: Partial separation of cis- and trans-stilbene oxide hydrolase.  Arch. Biochem. Biophys.  258(1):156-166. [Download]

127.  Ashour, M.-B.A., S.J. Gee and B.D. Hammock.  1987.  Use of a 96-well microplate reader for measuring routine enzyme activities.  Anal. Biochem.  166:353-360. [Download]

131.  Ottea, J.A., F.W. Plapp and B.D. Hammock.  1987.  Biochemical and genetic analysis of epoxide-metabolizing enzymes in susceptible and resistant house flies,Musca domestica L.  Pestic. Biochem. Physiol.  29:138-145. [Download]

134.  Magdalou, J. and B.D. Hammock.  1987.  Metabolism of tridiphane (2-(3,5-dichlorophenyl)-2(2,2,2-trichloroethyl) oxirane) by hepatic epoxide hydrolases and glutathione S-transferases in mouse.  Toxicol. Appl. Pharmacol.  91:439-449. [Download]

135.  Wixtrom, R.N., M.H. Silva and B.D. Hammock.  1988.  Affinity purification of cytosolic epoxide hydrolase using derivatized epoxy-activated Sepharose gels.  Anal. Biochem.  169:71-80. [Download]

137.  Moody, D.E., G.A. Clawson, D.A. Geller, L.A. Taylor, J. Button, D.N. Loury, B.D. Hammock and E.A. Smuckler.  1988.  Sodium cholate extraction of rat liver nuclear xenobiotic-metabolizing enzymes.  Biochem. Pharmacol.  37(7):1331-1341. [Download]

138.  Silva, M.H., R.N. Wixtrom and B.D. Hammock.  1988.  Epoxide-metabolizing enzymes in mammary gland and liver from BALB/c mice and effects of inducers on enzyme activity.  Cancer Res.  48:1390-1397. [Download]

141.  Ottea, J.A., L.G. Harshman and B.D. Hammock.  1988.  Novel assay for determining the metabolic fate of juvenile hormone III: A study with Drosophila melanogaster.  Arch. Insect Biochem. Physiol.  8:25-37. [Download]

143.  Magdalou, J. and B.D. Hammock.  1988.  1,2-Epoxycycloalkanes: Substrates and inhibitors of microsomal and cytosolic epoxide hydrolases in mouse liver. Biochem. Pharmacol.  37(14):2717-2722. [Download]

144.  Finley, B.L. and B.D. Hammock.  1988.  Increased cholesterol epoxide hydrolase activity in clofibrate-fed animals.  Biochem. Pharmacol.  37(16):3169-3175. [Download]

146.  Wixtrom, R.N. and B.D. Hammock.  1988.  Continuous spectrophotometric assays for cytosolic epoxide hydrolase.  Anal. Biochem.  174:291-299. [Download]

147.  Wixtrom, R.N., M.H. Silva and B.D. Hammock.  1988.  Cytosolic epoxide hydrolase in human placenta.  Placenta.  9:559-563.[Download]

154.  Moody, D.E., B.D. Hammock, B.H. Ruebner, D.W. Hillman and J.H. Hillman.  1989.  Immunochemical comparison of human and rhesus monkey liver microsomal and the hepatocellular carcinoma-induced human serum epoxide hydrolases (preneoplastic antigens): Basis for an enzyme-linked immunoabsorbent assay. Carcinogenesis.  10(2):343-349. [Download]

155.  Lauren, D.J., P.P. Halarnkar, B.D. Hammock and D.E. Hinton.  1989.  Microsomal and cytosolic epoxide hydrolase, and glutathione S-transferase activities in the gill, liver, and kidney of the rainbow trout, Salmo gairdneri: Baseline levels and optimization of assay conditions.  Biochem. Pharmacol.  38(6):881-887. [Download]

156.  DiBiasio, K.W., M.H. Silva, B.D. Hammock and L.R. Shull.  1989.  Effects of hepatic inducers on testicular epoxide-metabolizing enzymes in the rat and mouse. Fundam. Appl. Toxicol.  12:449-459. [Download]

161.  Pham, M.A., J. Magdalou, M. Totis, S. Fournel-Gigleux, G. Siest and B.D. Hammock.  1989.  Characterization of distinct forms of cytochromes P-450, epoxide metabolizing enzymes and UDP-glucuronosyltransferases in rat skin.  Biochem. Pharmacol.  38(13):2187-2194. [Download]

162.  Halarnkar, P.P., R.N. Wixtrom, M.H. Silva and B.D. Hammock.  1989.  Catabolism of epoxy fatty esters by the purified epoxide hydrolase from mouse and human liver.  Arch. Biochem. Biophys.  272(1):226-236. [Download]

167. Hammock, B.D., A.M. Beale, T. Work, S.J. Gee, R. Gunther, R.J. Higgins, T. Shinka and N.J.R. Castagnoli. 1989. A sheep model for MPTP induced Parkinson-like symptoms. Life Sci. 45:1601-1608. [Download]

174.  Dietze, E.C., J. Magdalou and B.D. Hammock.  1990.  Human and murine cytosolic epoxide hydrolase: Physical and structural properties.  Int. J. Biochem. 22(5):461-470. [Download]

176. Beale, A.M., R.J. Higgins, T.M. Work, C.S. Bailey, M.O. Smith, T. Shinka and B.D. Hammock. 1989. MPTP-induced Parkinson-like disease in sheep: Clinical and pathologic findings. J. Env. Path. Toxicol. Oncol. 9(5-6):417-428. [Download]

178.  Harshman, L.G. and B.D. Hammock.  1990.  The use of Drosophila melanogaster for in situ biomonitoring.  In: In Situ Evaluations of the Biological Hazards of Environmental Pollutants., (Sandhu, S.S., W.R. Lower, F.J.d. Serres, W.A. Suk and R.R. Tice, eds.), Plenum Press, New York, pp. 191-194. [Download]

188.  DiBiasio, K.W., M.H. Silva, L.R. Shull, J.W. Overstreet, B.D. Hammock and M.G. Miller.  1991.  Xenobiotic metabolizing enzyme activities in rat, mouse, monkey, and human testes.  Drug Metab. Dispos.  19(1):227-232. [Download]

189.  Messeguer, A., F. Sanchez-Baeza, J. Casas and B.D. Hammock.  1991.  Use of dimethyldioxirane in the preparation of epoxy derivatives related to insect juvenile hormones.  Tetrahedron.  47(7):1291-1302. [Download]

190.  Casas, J., L.G. Harshman, A. Messeguer, E. Kuwano and B.D. Hammock.  1991.  In vitro metabolism of juvenile hormone III and juvenile hormone III bisepoxide byDrosophila melanogaster and mammalian cytosolic epoxide hydrolase.  Arch. Biochem. Biophys.  286(1):153-158. [Download]

191.  Casas, J., L.G. Harshman and B.D. Hammock.  1991.  Epoxide hydrolase activity on juvenile hormone in Manduca sexta.  Insect Biochem.  21(1):17-26. [Download]

192.  Moody, D.E., K.A. Montgomery, M.B.A. Ashour and B.D. Hammock.  1991.  Effects of environmentally encountered epoxides on mouse liver epoxide-metabolizing enzymes.  Biochem. Pharmacol.  41(11):1625-1637. [Download]

195.  Grant, D.F., E.C. Dietze and B.D. Hammock.  1991.  Glutathione S-transferase isozymes in Aedes aegypti: Purification, characterization, and isozyme-specific regulation.  Insect Biochem.  21(4):421-433. [Download]

198.  Dietze, E.C., E. Kuwano, J. Casas and B.D. Hammock.  1991.  Inhibition of cytosolic epoxide hydrolase by trans-3-phenylglycidols.  Biochem. Pharmacol. 42(6):1163-1175. [Download]

203.  Harshman, L.G., J. Casas, E.C. Dietze and B.D. Hammock.  1992.  Epoxide hydrolase activities in Drosophila melanogaster.  Insect Biochem.  21(8):887-894. [Download]

205.  Moody, D.E., B.A. Narloch, L.R. Shull and B.D. Hammock.  1991.  The effect of structurally divergent herbicides on mouse liver xenobiotic-metabolizing enzymes (P-450-dependent mono-oxygenases, epoxide hydrolases and glutathione S-transferases) and caritine acetyltransferase.  Toxicology Letters.  59:175-185. [Download]

208.  Nourooz-Zadeh, J., T. Uematsu, B. Borhan, M.J. Kurth and B.D. Hammock.  1992.  Characterization of the cytosolic epoxide hydrolase-catalyzed hydration products from 9,10:12,13-diepoxy stearic esters.  Arch. Biochem. Biophys.  294(2):675-685. [Download]

209.  Halarnkar, P.P., J. Nourooz-Zadeh, E. Kuwano, A.D. Jones and B.D. Hammock.  1992.  Formation of cyclic products from the diepoxide of long-chain fatty esters by cytosolic epoxide hydrolase.  Arch. Biochem. Biophys.  294(2):586-593. [Download]

214.  Székács, A., B. Bordás and B.D. Hammock.  1992.  Transition state analog enzyme inhibitors: Structure-activity relationships of trifluoromethyl ketones.  In: Rational Approaches to Structure, Activity, and Ecotoxicology of Agrochemicals., (Draber, W. and T. Fujita, eds.), CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, pp. 219-249. [Download]

219.  Moody, D.E., D.N. Loury, B.D. Hammock, B.H. Ruebner, J.M. Cullen, J.H. Hillman, D.W. Hillman, M.S. Rao, W.T. London, H.-W.L. Hann, I. Millman and M.J. Griffin. 1992.  Serum epoxide hydrolase (preneoplastic antigen) in human and experimental liver injury.  Cancer Epidemiol. Biomarkers & Prevention.  1:395-403. [Download]

220.  Grant, D.F. and B.D. Hammock.  1992.  Genetic and molecular evidence for a trans-acting regulatory locus controlling glutathione S-transferase-2 expression inAedes aegypti.  Mol. Gen. Genet.  234:169-176. [Download]

221.  Nourooz-Zadeh, J., B.S. Winder, E.C. Dietze, C.S. Giometti, S.L. Tollaksen and B.D. Hammock.  1992.  Biochemical characterization of a variant form of cytosolic epoxide hydrolase induced by parental exposure to N-ethyl-N-nitrosourea.  Comp. Biochem. Physiol.  103C(1):207-214. [Download]

225.  Dietze, E.C., E. Kuwano and B.D. Hammock.  1993.  The interaction of cytosolic epoxide hydrolase with chiral epoxides.  Int. J. Biochem.  25(1):43-52. [Download]

227.  Dietze, E.C., J. Stephens, J. Magdalou, D.M. Bender, M. Moyer, B. Fowler and B.D. Hammock.  1993.  Inhibition of human and murine cytosolic epoxide hydrolase by group-selective reagents.  Comp. Biochem. Physiol.  104B(2):299-308. [Download]

228.  Dietze, E.C., J. Casas, E. Kuwano and B.D. Hammock.  1993.  Inhibition of epoxide hydrolase from human, monkey, bovine, rabbit, and murine liver by trans-3-phenylglycidols.  Comp. Biochem. Physiol.  104B(2):309-314. [Download]

231.  Parker, L.M., D.J. Lauren, B.D. Hammock, B. Winder and D.E. Hinton.  1993.  Biochemical and histochemical properties of hepatic tumors of rainbow trout,Oncorhynchus mykiss. Carcinogenesis.  14(2):211-217. [Download]

235.  Borhan, B., J. Nourooz-Zadeh, T. Uematsu, B.D. Hammock and M.J. Kurth.  1993.  Stereochemical aspects of cytosolic epoxide hydrolase hydration of methyl diepoxystearates.  Tetrahedron.  49(13):2601-2612. [Download]

237.  Zeldin, D.C., J. Kobayashi, J.R. Falck, B.S. Winder, B.D. Hammock, J.R. Snapper and J.H. Capdevila.  1993.  Regio- and enantiofacial selectivity of epoxyeicosatrienoic acid hydration by cytosolic epoxide hydrolase.  J. Biol. Chem.  268(9):6402-6407. [Download]

240.  Beetham, J.K., T. Tian and B.D. Hammock.  1993.  cDNA cloning and expression of a soluble epoxide hydrolase from human liver  Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 305(1):197-201. [Download]

241.  Grant, D.F., D.H. Storms and B.D. Hammock.  1993.  Molecular cloning and expression of murine liver soluble epoxide hydrolase.  J. Biol. Chem.  268(23):17628-17633. [Download]

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