Cancel, Limary Melissa, Eno E. Ebong, and John M. Tarbell. Endothelial apoptosis and glycocalyx morphology in plaque and non-plaque areas of the mouse atherosclerotic brachiocephalic artery. The FASEB Journal27.1_MeetingAbstracts (2013): 869-4.
Cancel LM, Ebong EE, Mensah S, Hirschberg C, Tarbell JM. Endothelial glycocalyx, apoptosis and inflammation in an atherosclerotic mouse model Atherosclerosis 252 (2016): 136-146.
Ebong, Eno Essien, Sanghee Kim, and Natacha DePaola. Flow regulates intercellular communication in HAEC by assembling functional Cx40 and Cx37 gap junctional channels American Journal of Physiology-Heart and Circulatory Physiology290.5 (2006): H2015-H2023.
Ebong, Eno Essien, David C. Spray, and John M. Tarbell. Glycocalyx Core Proteins Selectively Mediate Endothelial NOS activation and Cell Alignment in Response to Shear Stress. The FASEB Journal27.1_MeetingAbstracts (2013): 379-3.
Harding, I. C., Mitra, R., Mensah, S. A., Herman, I. M., & Ebong, E. E. Pro-atherosclerotic disturbed flow disrupts caveolin-1 expression, localization, and function via glycocalyx degradation Journal of Translational Medicine. 2018 Dec 18;16(1):364.
Mensah, S.A., et al., Regeneration of glycocalyx by heparan sulfate and sphingosine 1-phosphate restores inter-endothelial communication PLoS One, 2017. 12(10): p. e0186116.
Ebong, Eno Essien, David C. Spray, and John M. Tarbell. The Endothelial Glycocalyx In Vitro: Its Structure and The Role of Heparan Sulfate and Glypican-1 in eNOS Activation by Flow. The FASEB Journal24.1_MeetingAbstracts (2010): 784-8.
Tarbell, John M., and Eno E. Ebong. The endothelial glycocalyx: a mechano-sensor and-transducer Science signaling1.40 (2008): pt8-pt8.
Ebong, E. E., D. C. Spray, and J. M. Tarbell. The endothelial glycocalyx: Its structure and role in eNOS mechano-activation Bioengineering Conference, Proceedings of the 2010 IEEE 36th Annual Northeast. IEEE, 2010.
Ebong, Eno Essien, David C. Spray, and John M. Tarbell. The Glypican-1 HS Core Protein of the Glycocalyx is Important for Flow-induced Endothelial NOS Activation but not Cell Remodeling. The FASEB Journal25.1_MeetingAbstracts (2011): 39-9.
Ebong, E. E., D. C. Spray, and J. M. Tarbell. The role of the endothelial glycocalyx layer in transducing fluid shear stress into intracellular signaling events Biorheology. Vol. 45. No. 1-2. NIEUWE HEMWEG 6B, 1013 BG AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS: IOS PRESS, 2008.
Ebong, E. E., D. C. Spray, and J. M. Tarbell. The Roles of HS and Its Glypican-1 Core Protein in Flow-Induced Endothelial NOS Activation and Cell Remodeling ASME 2011 Summer Bioengineering Conference. American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2011.