Summary for 2004 [at-glance overview of Pei Feng work for the selected year as suggested by data mining algorithms]
This is an Authoratory overview of author Pei Feng. According to available data, in 2004 Pei Feng published at least 3 articles. This work was completed in collaboration with several authors including Costello, Leslie C and Franklin, Renty B. At least 2 different grants are awarded to Pei Feng to support this work. All time total of the grant awards on file exceeds $1,763,777.
Analysis of the article abstracts and the titles suggests that Pei Feng professional interests are focused around "prostate liver mitochondria", "free zn ions" and "respiration terminal oxidation". These might also be referred to as "liver mitochondria", "terminal oxidation" or "prostate liver". Statistical analysis shows that Pei Feng's writing is likely to contains terms "zinc", "mitochondria", "prostate", "liver", "terminal" and "oxidation".
The majority of Pei Feng articles are affiliated with Department of Biomedical Sciences, Dental School--University School, University of Maryland, 666 West Baltimore Street, Baltimore, MD 21201, USA. Luckily, one email address is on file.
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Pei Feng Coauthors (3) [all coauthors with the number of joint publications]
Affiliations (1) [condensed summary of the Pei Feng affiliations, the leading number and the color conveys importance]
- 2Department of Biomedical Sciences, Dental School--University School, University of Maryland, 666 West Baltimore Street, Baltimore, MD 21201, USA.
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Keywords (17) [keywords assigned to Pei Feng articles by PubMed, the leading number and the color conveys importance]
- 2Zinc | 2Male | 2Humans | 1Risk Factors | 1Rats | 1Liver | 1Prostatic Neoplasms | 1Animals | 1Mitochondria | 1Dietary Supplements | 1Molecular Chaperones | 1Risk Assessment | 1Metallothionein | 1Rabbits | 1Mitochondria, Liver | 1Biological Transport | 1Prostate
Pei Feng Unique Vocabulary (96) [single words, word pairs and phrases obtained by analysis of abstracts and titles, the leading number and the color conveys importance; Pei Feng might be a good expert witness on these terms]
- 26zinc | 13mitochondria | 12prostate | 9liver | 8terminal | 8oxidation | 7zn | 7cells | 7uptake | 6respiration | 6free | 6mt | 5ions | 5low | 5cytosolic | 4effects | 4transport | 4mitochondrial | 3metallothionein | 3ligands | 3chaperone | 3can | 3versus | 3components | 2important | 2weight | 2inhibition | 2effectively | 2directly | 2function | 2accumulation | 2ligand
- 8liver mitochondria | 8terminal oxidation | 5prostate liver | 4zn ions | 4free zn | 4respiration terminal | 3zinc prostate | 3effects zinc | 3prostate cells | 3uptake transport | 3zinc uptake | 3zn mt | 2low molecular | 2metallothionein can | 2can function | 2versus liver | 2free zinc | 2molecular weight | 2chaperone zinc | 2oxidation effects | 2prostate versus | 2uptake zinc | 2function chaperone | 2zinc ligands | 2weight zinc | 2components prostate | 2transport prostate | 2oxidation components | 2zinc mitochondria | 2mammalian cells | 2putative zinc | 1membrane involves
- 5prostate liver mitochondria | 4free zn ions | 4respiration terminal oxidation | 2uptake transport prostate | 2effects zinc prostate | 2low molecular weight | 2terminal oxidation components | 2zinc prostate versus | 2can function chaperone | 2oxidation components prostate | 2metallothionein can function | 2oxidation effects zinc | 2chaperone zinc uptake | 2prostate versus liver | 2zinc uptake transport | 2weight zinc ligands | 2molecular weight zinc | 2versus liver mitochondria | 2transport prostate liver | 2terminal oxidation effects | 2function chaperone zinc | 1directly zinc-binding sites | 1although total zinc | 1transport process effectively | 1inhibition inherently low | 1liver mitochondria although | 1liver mitochondria supports | 1zn ions extremely | 1ligand transporter previously | 1uptake transporter metallothionein | 1citrate aspartate mt | 1cancer metallothionein mt
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Funding (2) [selected NIH grants to Pei Feng and the award amounts for recent years]
- APOPTOTIC EFFECT OF ZINC IN TARGETING PROSTATE CANCER (FENG, PEI - 2005)
|Grant #||Award Year||Award Amount, USD|
|Total up to 2004||$515,278|
- TRH AND TRH-RELATED PEPTIDES AND TESTIS (FENG, PEI - 1995)
|Grant #||Award Year||Award Amount, USD|
|Total up to 2004||$506,920|
Pei Feng Articles (3) [selected PubMed articles for the year 2004 with the links to a full text at PubMed]
Terminal oxidation and the effects of zinc in prostate versus liver mitochondria. (2004) >>
Department of Biomedical Sciences, Dental School--University of Maryland, 666 West Baltimore Street, Baltimore, MD 21201, USA., , 3Franklin, Renty B, 3Costello, Leslie C, 3Feng, Pei.
Metallothionein can function as a chaperone for zinc uptake transport into prostate and liver mitochondria. (2004) >>
Department of Biomedical Sciences, Dental School, University of Maryland, 666 West Baltimore Street, Baltimore, MD 21201, USA., 3Franklin, Renty B, 3Costello, Leslie C, 3Feng, Pei.
Re: Zinc supplement use and risk of prostate cancer. (2004) >>3Franklin, Renty B, 3Costello, Leslie C, 11Tan, Ming, 3Feng, Pei.