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1. Chemical Modulation of Airway Epithelial

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2. REVIEW

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4. Endogenous Chloride Channels of Insect Sf9 Cells Evidence for Coordinated Activity of Small Elementary Channel Units

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5. Chemical modulation of airway epithelial permeability.

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6. Pathogenesis of cystic fibrosis airways disease.

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7. Molecular insights into the physiology of the ‘thin film’ of airway surface liquid

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8. Intracellular pH and its relationship to regulation of ion transport in normal and cystic fibrosis human nasal epithelia.

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9. Mucus clearance as a primary innate defense mechanism for mammalian airways

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10. Purinergic receptors in airway epithelia

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