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Panigrahy, D; Edin, M L; Lee, C R; Huang, S; Bielenberg, D R; Butterfield, C E; Barnés, C M; Mammoto, A; Mammoto, T; Luria, A; Benny, O; Chaponis, D M; Dudley, A C; Greene, E R; Vergilio, J A; Pietramaggiori, G; Scherer-Pietramaggiori, S S; Short, S M; Seth, M; Lih, F B; Tomer, K B; Yang, J; Schwendener, R A; Hammock, B D; Falck, J R; Manthati, V L; Ingber, D E; Kaipainen, A; D'Amore, P A; Kieran, M W; Zeldin, D C (2012). Epoxyeicosanoids stimulate multiorgan metastasis and tumor dormancy escape in mice. Journal of Clinical Investigation, 122(1):178-191.

Harris, T R; Aronov, A; Jones, P D; Tanaka, H; Arand, M; Hammock, B D (2008). Identification of two epoxide hydrolases in Caenorhabditis elegans that metabolize mammalian lipid signaling molecules. Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics, 472(2):139-149.

Mullen, R T; Trelease, R N; Duerk, H; Arand, M; Hammock, B D; Oesch, F; Grant, D F (1999). Differential subcellular localization of endogenous and transfected soluble epoxide hydrolase in mammalian cells: evidence for isozyme variants. FEBS letters, 445(2-3):301-305.

Müller, F; Arand, M; Frank, H; Seidel, A; Hinz, W; Winkler, L; Hänel, K; Blée, E; Beetham, J K; Hammock, B D; Oesch, F (1997). Visualization of a covalent intermediate between microsomal epoxide hydrolase, but not cholesterol epoxide hydrolase, and their substrates. European Journal of Biochemistry, 245(2):490-496.

Beetham, J K; Grant, D; Arand, M; Garbarino, J; Kiyosue, T; Pinot, F; Oesch, F; Belknap, W R; Shinozaki, K; Hammock, B D (1995). Gene evolution of epoxide hydrolases and recommended nomenclature. DNA and cell biology, 14(1):61-71.

Hammock, B D; Pinot, F; Beetham, J K; Grant, D F; Arand, M E; Oesch, F (1994). Isolation of a putative hydroxyacyl enzyme intermediate of an epoxide hydrolase. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 198(3):850-856.

Arand, M; Grant, D F; Beetham, J K; Friedberg, T; Oesch, F; Hammock, B D (1994). Sequence similarity of mammalian epoxide hydrolases to the bacterial haloalkane dehalogenase and other related proteins. Implication for the potential catalytic mechanism of enzymatic epoxide hydrolysis. FEBS letters, 338(3):251-256.

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