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Eric Bauer, PhD

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Eric Bauer, PhD
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Currently, Dr. Bauer devotes his time to undergraduatecand graduate education. His courses include anatomy and histology.

Selected Publications (Pubmed Search)

Lee ES, Caldwell MP, Santilli SM, Bauer GE. (2000) Association of Cellullar Proliferation and Arterial Wall Hypoxia at a Vascular Anastomosis. J. Surg. Res. Vol. 190 (May 15, 2000).

Carter DA, Wobken JD, Dixit PK, Bauer GE. (1995) Immunoreactive insulin in rat salivary glands and its dependence on age and serum insulin levels. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine (P.S.E.B.M.) 209:245-250.

Matta SG, Wobken JD, Williams FG, Bauer GE. (1994) Pancreatic islet cell reaggregation systems: Efficiency of cell reassociation and endocrine cell topography of rat islet-like aggregates. Pancreas 9:439-449.

Bauer GE, J Balsamo and J Lilien (1992) Cadherin-mediated adhesion in pancreatic islet cells is modulated by a cell surface N-acetylgalactosaminyl phosphotransferase. J. Cell Sci. 103:1235-1241.

Williams FG, DE Johnson and GE Bauer (1990) [125I]-insulin metabolism by the rat liver in vivo: Evidence that a neutral thiol-protease mediates rapid intracellular insulin degradation. Metabolism 39:231-241.

Bauer GE, PK Dixit, RL Sorenson and JD Wobken (1989) Glucose-stimulated hormone release in rats bearing streptozotocin/nicotinamide-induced islet adenomas: Evidence for slow and fast responders. Pancreas 4:464-471.

GCDonald, JK, F Greiner, GE Bauer, RP Elde and BD Noe (1987) Separate cell types that express two different forms of somatostatin in anglerfish islets can be differentiated immunohistochemically. J. Histochem. Cytoehem. 35:155-162.

Michels JE, GE Bauer and PK Dixit (1987) On the origin of induced pancreatic islet tumors: A radiographic study. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. Med. 184:218-224.


Updated: 09/09/2014

 

Education: PhD: University of Minnesota, 1963
Phone Number
612-624-3926
Email Address

bauer001@umn.edu

Address
5-211 Moos
515 Delaware Street SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455