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Neriman Gokden

InstitutionUniversity of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
DepartmentPathology, College of Medicine
DivisionPathology Clinical
Address4S/09C Shorey
324 UAMS Campus Dr.
Mail Slot # 517
Little Rock AR 72205
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    InstitutionUniversity of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
    DepartmentUrology, College of Medicine

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    Renal Pathology Society, USCAP, International Society of Urological Pathology, American Pathology Foundation, American Society of Clinical Pathology, Association of Directors of Anatomic and Surgical Pathologists
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    Surgical pathology: 1-2 weeks per month (2002-present)
    Renal pathology: full time
    Autopsy pathology

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    7/05-7/2015 Director, Histology and Immunohistochemistry
    laboratories in Surgical Pathology,
    University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
    7/05-7/2012 Director, Immunohistochemistry
    laboratory in Surgical
    7/05-7/06 Associate Director of Surgical Pathology, UAMS
    7/06-6/30/15 Director of Surgical Pathology, UAMS
    7/08-6//30/14 Associate Professor of Pathology and Urology, UAMS
    7/13-6/30/15 Anatomic Pathology Director, Arkansas Children’s
    9/15-present Anatomic Pathology Director, UAMS

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    - 2002Urological Research Foundation award by Quest, Saint Louis, MO
    - 20082nd place award for the Annual Faculty Teaching Award, UAMS, Dept. of Pathology
    - 2008Red Sash award, UAMS, COM
    2009 - 2010Selected by peers to be included in the “Best Doctors in America", UAMS
    2010 - 2011Selected by peers to be included in the “Best Doctors in America", UAMS
    - 20101st place poster award with resident, USCAP 2011 , UAMS

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    I take an active part in education of medical students, pathology and urology residents, nephrology and surgical pathology fellows. I am the director of the genitourinary block and renal pathology lectures for sophomore medical students. In addition to teaching genitourinary and renal pathology in the spring course, I did clinicopathologic correlations and morphology reviews in each course, I have volunteered for additional lectures for sophomore year medical students on general transplant pathology in the fall course. My training and experience in genitourinary and renal pathology enables me to provide the students with the essentials of these topics. I also volunteered for renal pathology review lectures for the USMLE step I examination for sophomore year medical students. I am available through e-mail, phone, and one-on-one interaction if students need additional clarification on any subject. Most of the medical students preferred using e-mail to clarify any points made in the lectures throughout the years.

    In our department, I am actively involved in resident and surgical pathology fellow teaching. In the daily sign out, patient care is carried out through close collaboration between trainee and attending. During this interaction, I provide the trainee with a model on how the pathology routine is done, as well as guidance on study skills, recommendations on learning tools, and the art of diagnostic pathology. I give feedback to residents and fellows on a regular basis. I believe getting feedback is the most important part of their training. I take part in the departmental year-round conference activities including series of didactic lectures, several unknown conferences, journal clubs and elective rotations. I also do comprehensive reviews in my specialty areas to help our trainees prepare for in-service exams and pathology board exams. I have also designed renal pathology elective rotation objectives, a web-based question bank with detailed answers for board preparation, and prepared gross description templates for genitourinary specimens for residents.

    As part of an academic program, we need to provide our trainees with the opportunity to learn about doing, reading, and understanding research, as well as inspire them to do research. Therefore, I make an extra effort to involve residents and fellows interested in genitourinary and renal pathology in my research projects. Most of these are clinical translational research projects and are presented at local and national meetings, creating opportunities for all residents and fellows to expand their horizons by attending these meetings.

    As a genitourinary pathologist and adjunct Professor of Urology, I am actively involved in the teaching of urology residents. This is done through formal lectures every other month, board reviews, during GU oncology multidisciplinary case conferences, and one-on-one interaction. I provide my expertise and guidance with their clinical projects as well.

    As a renal pathologist I take part in the education of renal fellows. This is done through several formal lectures a year, during monthly renal pathology case conference discussions, and one-on- one interaction. I also help them with their research projects when they need a pathologist’s expertise. In addition, I do comprehensive review of renal pathology to help pathology and renal fellows prepare for their boards.

    I contribute to the teaching pathology at the local and national level through courses and formal presentations I am invited to present.

    In conclusion, education is an important and integral part of my activities and constitutes an important component of my academic life. Above all, I consider my educational role to be guidance, offering trainees both specific study methods, and knowledge as well as inspiration.

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    I have had many collaborations with researchers in other departments, especially researchers in the Nephrology and Pharmacology/Toxicology divisions at UAMS and other institutions at both nationally and internationally. In such cases, I contributed to the funded basic research by providing diagnostic evaluation and clinical skills, providing guidance for histology, immunohistochemistry and electron microscopy use in research projects by taking full responsibility for ensuring rigorous quality control and quality assurance on all samples processed by the histology core laboratory.

    The majority of my research relates to genitourinary and renal pathology.

    - I worked on kidney and prostate cancer in collaboration with Dr. Graham Greene and Dr. Rabi Madi in Urology Department at UAMS, and Dr. Jesse McKenney at Stanford University, CA and Dr. Kiril Trpkov at University of Calgary, Canada. I have been awarded one of our departmental research grants for one of my own projects.

    - In renal pathology, I work on myeloma-related kidney diseases because of the large number of kidney biopsies coming from myeloma patients at the Myeloma Institute for Research and Therapy. My completed projects as PI were in collaboration with Dr. Bart Barlogie at UAMS, Dr. Helen Liapis at Washington University in Saint Louis, MO, and Dr. Patrick Walker at Nephropath Laboratory in Little Rock, AR. They included exploring morphologic heterogeneity of light chain deposition disease and cast nephropathy in a large series of cases. Our results have been published in prestigious, high impact journals.

    - In collaboration with the program project grant in our nephrology division which was funded by NIH and VA grants, work on kidney lipoprotein lipase, the role of renal tubule triglyceride accumulation in cisplatin-mediated acute renal failure, and the renal survival pathway in ischemia/reperfusion injury has been completed. Our results were published in several prestigious journals.

    - I have a long standing collaboration with Dr. Phillip Mayeux in the Pharmacology/Toxicology Department. Our completed projects included looking into hemodynamic changes in the kidney in a pediatric rat model of sepsis-induced acute kidney injury, the effects of resveratrol for improving renal microcirculation, protecting the tubular epithelium, and prolonging survival in a mouse model of sepsis-induced acute kidney injury. We also looked into the protective effects of Actinonin in the renal microcirculation during sepsis. Our collaborations were fruitful and several articles were published, one of which made the cover of the journal Kidney International.

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    1. Eubanks HB, Lavoie EG, Goree J, Kamykowski JA, Gokden N, Fausther M, Dranoff JA. Reduction in SNAP-23 Alters Microfilament Organization in Myofibrobastic Hepatic Stellate Cells. Gene Expr. 2019 Nov 22. PMID: 31757226.
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    2. Campbell K, Kumarapeli AR, Gokden N, Cox RM, Hutchins L, Gardner JM. Metastatic melanoma with dedifferentiation and extensive rhabdomyosarcomatous heterologous component. J Cutan Pathol. 2018 May; 45(5):360-364. PMID: 29405341.
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    3. Trpkov K, Abou-Ouf H, Hes O, Lopez JI, Nesi G, Comperat E, Sibony M, Osunkoya AO, Zhou M, Gokden N, Leroy X, Berney DM, Werneck Cunha I, Musto ML, Athanazio DA, Yilmaz A, Donnelly B, Hyndman E, Gill AJ, McKenney JK, Bismar TA. Eosinophilic Solid and Cystic Renal Cell Carcinoma (ESC RCC): Further Morphologic and Molecular Characterization of ESC RCC as a Distinct Entity. Am J Surg Pathol. 2017 Oct; 41(10):1299-1308. PMID: 28786877.
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    4. Mohan M, Buros A, Mathur P, Gokden N, Singh M, Susanibar S, Jo Kamimoto J, Hoque S, Radhakrishnan M, Matin A, Davis C, Grazziutti M, Thanendrarajan S, van Rhee F, Zangari M, Davies F, Morgan G, Epstein J, Barlogie B, Schinke C. Clinical characteristics and prognostic factors in multiple myeloma patients with light chain deposition disease. Am J Hematol. 2017 Aug; 92(8):739-745. PMID: 28383130.
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    5. Sims CR, Singh SP, Mu S, Gokden N, Zakaria D, Nguyen TC, Mayeux PR. Rolipram Improves Outcome in a Rat Model of Infant Sepsis-Induced Cardiorenal Syndrome. Front Pharmacol. 2017; 8:237. PMID: 28515693.
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    6. Mahmoud F, Wilkinson JT, Gizinski A, Viswamitra S, Gokden N, Vander Schilden J. Could knee inflammatory synovitis be induced by pembrolizumab? J Oncol Pharm Pract. 2018 Jul; 24(5):389-392. PMID: 28355971.
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    7. Bonsib SM, Boils C, Gokden N, Grignon D, Gu X, Higgins JP, Leroy X, McKenney JK, Nasr SH, Phillips C, Sangoi AR, Wilson J, Zhang PL. Tuberous sclerosis complex: Hamartin and tuberin expression in renal cysts and its discordant expression in renal neoplasms. Pathol Res Pract. 2016 Nov; 212(11):972-979. PMID: 27640314.
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    8. Mohan M, Gokden M, Gokden N, Schinke C. A Case of Cardiac Light Chain Deposition Disease in a Patient with Solitary Plasmacytoma. Am J Case Rep. 2016 Mar 18; 17:173-6. PMID: 26988342.
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    9. Farias JA, Laryea J, Gokden N, Kamel MH. Peritoneal seeding following incomplete resection of mixed epithelial stromal tumor of the kidney: First case report. Urol Ann. 2016 Jan-Mar; 8(1):114-7. PMID: 26834418.
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    10. Wang Z, Sims CR, Patil NK, Gokden N, Mayeux PR. Pharmacologic targeting of sphingosine-1-phosphate receptor 1 improves the renal microcirculation during sepsis in the mouse. J Pharmacol Exp Ther. 2015 Jan; 352(1):61-6. PMID: 25355645.
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    11. Paner GP, Cox RM, Richards K, Akki A, Gokden N, Lopez-Beltran A, Krausz T, McKenney JK, Steinberg GD. Pseudoangiosarcomatous urothelial carcinoma of the urinary bladder. Am J Surg Pathol. 2014 Sep; 38(9):1251-9. PMID: 25133708.
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    12. Larsen CP, Ambuzs JM, Bonsib SM, Boils CL, Cossey LN, Messias NC, Silva FG, Wang YH, Gokden N, Walker PD. Membranous-like glomerulopathy with masked IgG kappa deposits. Kidney Int. 2014 Jul; 86(1):154-61. PMID: 24429395.
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    13. Holthoff JH, Wang Z, Patil NK, Gokden N, Mayeux PR. Rolipram improves renal perfusion and function during sepsis in the mouse. J Pharmacol Exp Ther. 2013 Nov; 347(2):357-64. PMID: 24018639.
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    14. Sethi S, Relia N, Syal G, Kaushik C, Gokden N, Malik AB. Progressive kidney failure as the sole manifestation of extrapulmonary sarcoidosis. J Ark Med Soc. 2013 Sep; 110(4):64-6. PMID: 24079056.
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    15. Relia N, Gokden N, Kulshrestha S, Swaminathan S. Monoclonal cryoglobulinemia, livedo reticularis, and renal failure. Kidney Int. 2012 Jul; 82(1):118. PMID: 22699387.
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    16. Li S, Nagothu K, Ranganathan G, Ali SM, Shank B, Gokden N, Ayyadevara S, Megyesi J, Olivecrona G, Chugh SS, Kersten S, Portilla D. Reduced kidney lipoprotein lipase and renal tubule triglyceride accumulation in cisplatin-mediated acute kidney injury. Am J Physiol Renal Physiol. 2012 Aug 01; 303(3):F437-48. PMID: 22622461.
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    17. Ricardo-Gonzalez RR, Nguyen M, Gokden N, Sangoi AR, Presti JC, McKenney JK. Plasmacytoid carcinoma of the bladder: a urothelial carcinoma variant with a predilection for intraperitoneal spread. J Urol. 2012 Mar; 187(3):852-5. PMID: 22245324.
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    18. Wang Z, Holthoff JH, Seely KA, Pathak E, Spencer HJ, Gokden N, Mayeux PR. Development of oxidative stress in the peritubular capillary microenvironment mediates sepsis-induced renal microcirculatory failure and acute kidney injury. Am J Pathol. 2012 Feb; 180(2):505-16. PMID: 22119717.
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    19. Holthoff JH, Wang Z, Seely KA, Gokden N, Mayeux PR. Resveratrol improves renal microcirculation, protects the tubular epithelium, and prolongs survival in a mouse model of sepsis-induced acute kidney injury. Kidney Int. 2012 Feb; 81(4):370-8. PMID: 21975863.
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    20. Sangoi AR, Fujiwara M, West RB, Montgomery KD, Bonventre JV, Higgins JP, Rouse RV, Gokden N, McKenney JK. Immunohistochemical distinction of primary adrenal cortical lesions from metastatic clear cell renal cell carcinoma: a study of 248 cases. Am J Surg Pathol. 2011 May; 35(5):678-86. PMID: 21490444.
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    21. Seely KA, Holthoff JH, Burns ST, Wang Z, Thakali KM, Gokden N, Rhee SW, Mayeux PR. Hemodynamic changes in the kidney in a pediatric rat model of sepsis-induced acute kidney injury. Am J Physiol Renal Physiol. 2011 Jul; 301(1):F209-17. PMID: 21511700.
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    22. Wang Z, Herzog C, Kaushal GP, Gokden N, Mayeux PR. Actinonin, a meprin A inhibitor, protects the renal microcirculation during sepsis. Shock. 2011 Feb; 35(2):141-7. PMID: 20577148.
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    23. Trpkov K, Yilmaz A, Uzer D, Dishongh KM, Quick CM, Bismar TA, Gokden N. Renal oncocytoma revisited: a clinicopathological study of 109 cases with emphasis on problematic diagnostic features. Histopathology. 2010 Dec; 57(6):893-906. PMID: 21166703.
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    24. Sharma SG, Gokden M, McKenney JK, Phan DC, Cox RM, Kelly T, Gokden N. The utility of PAX-2 and renal cell carcinoma marker immunohistochemistry in distinguishing papillary renal cell carcinoma from nonrenal cell neoplasms with papillary features. Appl Immunohistochem Mol Morphol. 2010 Dec; 18(6):494-8. PMID: 21102195.
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    25. Trpkov K, Uzer D, Dishongh KM, Quick CM, Bismar T, Gokden N. "Renal oncocytoma revisited: A contemporary clinicopathologic study of 109 cases with emphasis on potentially problematic features in a benigh tumor". Histopathology. 2010; 57:893-906.
    26. Sharma SG, Spencer T, Gokden N. The significance of foot process effacement in immunoglobulin a nephropathy: clinicopathologic study of 161 cases with light, immunofluorescence and electron microscopic studies. Ultrastruct Pathol. 2010 Oct; 34(5):269-72. PMID: 20568984.
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    27. Quick CM, Gokden N, Sangoi AR, Brooks JD, McKenney JK. The distribution of PAX-2 immunoreactivity in the prostate gland, seminal vesicle, and ejaculatory duct: comparison with prostatic adenocarcinoma and discussion of prostatic zonal embryogenesis. Hum Pathol. 2010 Aug; 41(8):1145-9. PMID: 20413145.
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    28. Phan DC, McKenney JK, Cox RM, Madi R, Greene GF, Gokden N. Should hilar lymph nodes be expected in radical nephrectomy specimens? Pathol Res Pract. 2010 May 15; 206(5):310-3. PMID: 20189726.
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    29. Phan, D, McKenney, JM, Madi, Rabi, Greene, GF, Gokden N. Hilar lymph nodes in radical nephrectomy specimens: Should they be expected?. Pathol Res Pract. 2010; (206):310-13.
    30. Quick, CM, Gokden N, Sangoi, AR, Brooks, JD, McKenney, JK. The distribution of Pax-2 immunoreactivity in the normal prostate gland, seminal vesicle and ejaculatory duct: comparison with prostatic adenocarcinoma and implications for diagnostic use. Human Pathol. 2010.
    31. Trpkov, K, Yilmaz, A, Gokden N, Dishongh, KM, Quick, CM, Bismar, T. Renal oncocytoma revisited: A contemporary clincopathologic study of 109 cases with emphasis on potentially problematic features in a benign tumor. Histopathology. 2010.
    32. Gokden N, El Jamal S, Gokden M, Lamps L. Renal sclerosing peritubular nodules in a patient with neurofibromatosis 2: A case report with immunhistochemical and electron microscopic studies. Human pathology. 2009; 40(11):1650-4.
    33. Cox RM, Schneider AG, Sangoi A, Clingan WJ, Gokden N, McKenney JK. Invasive urothelial carcinoma with chordoid features: a clinicopathologic study of 12 distinct cases characterized by prominent myxoid stroma and cordlike epithelial archetecture. Am J Surg Pathol. 2009; 33(8):1213-1219.
    34. Cox RM, Schneider AG, Sangoi AR, Clingan WJ, Gokden N, McKenney JK. Invasive urothelial carcinoma with chordoid features: a report of 12 distinct cases characterized by prominent myxoid stroma and cordlike epithelial architecture. Am J Surg Pathol. 2009 Aug; 33(8):1213-9. PMID: 19542871.
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    35. Gökden N, El Jamal S, Gökden M, Lamps LW. Renal sclerosing peritubular nodules in a patient with neurofibromatosis type 2: a case report with immunohistochemical and electron microscopic studies. Hum Pathol. 2009 Nov; 40(11):1650-4. PMID: 19540552.
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    36. Madi R, Gokden N, Greene G. Granular cell tumour of the ureter: first case reported. Can Urol Assoc J. 2009 Apr; 3(2):156-8. PMID: 19424473.
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    37. Madi R, Gokden N, Greene G. Granular cell tumor of the ureter: first case reported. Can Urol Assoc. 2009; 3(2):156-158.
    38. Kocoglu M, Hutchins S, Hammond E, Gokden N, Hough A, Smith E, Anaissie E, Barlogie B. An unusual clinical course of cardiac Ig deposition disease. Bone Marrow Transplant. 2009 Sep; 44(5):321-2. PMID: 19219080.
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    39. Gokden N, Gokden M. Cytopathological diagnosis of metastatic renal cell carcinoma by immunohistochemistry. Cytopathology. 2009; 37(10):125-139.
    40. Gokden N, Gokden M, Phan DC, McKenney JK. The utility of PAX-2 in distinguishing metastatic clear cell renal cell carcinoma from its morphologic mimics: an immunohistochemical study with comparison to renal cell carcinoma marker. Am J Surg Pathol. 2008 Oct; 32(10):1462-7. PMID: 18685487.
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    41. Brosnahan G, Gokden N, Swaminathan S. Acute interstitial nephritis due to deferasirox: a case report. Nephrol Dial Transplant. 2008 Oct; 23(10):3356-8. PMID: 18653899.
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    42. Gokden N, Kemp SA, Gokden M. The utility of Pax-2 as an immunohistochemical marker for renal cell carcinoma in cytopathology. Diagn Cytopathol. 2008 Jul; 36(7):473-7. PMID: 18528893.
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    43. Gokden N, Li L, Zhang H, Schafer RF, Schichman S, Scott MA, Smoller BR, Fan CY. Loss of heterozygosity of DNA repair gene, hOGG1, in renal cell carcinoma but not in renal papillary adenoma. Pathol Int. 2008 Jun; 58(6):339-43. PMID: 18477212.
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    44. Gokden N, Barlogie B, Liapis H. Morphologic heterogeneity of renal light-chain deposition disease. Ultrastruct Pathol. 2008 Jan-Feb; 32(1):17-24. PMID: 18300034.
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    45. Wu L, Gokden N, Mayeux PR. Evidence for the role of reactive nitrogen species in polymicrobial sepsis-induced renal peritubular capillary dysfunction and tubular injury. J Am Soc Nephrol. 2007 Jun; 18(6):1807-15. PMID: 17494883.
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    46. Gokden N, Zangari M, Elici F, Barlogie B, Kumar J. Potential effect of zoledronate therapy in heavy proteinuria. Clin Nephrol. 2007 Apr; 67(4):263-5. PMID: 17474565.
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    47. Gokden N, Cetin N, Colakoglu N, Kumar J, Abul-Ezz S, Barlogie B, Liapis H, Walker PD. Morphologic manifestations of combined light-chain deposition disease and light-chain cast nephropathy. Ultrastruct Pathol. 2007 Mar-Apr; 31(2):141-9. PMID: 17613994.
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    48. Gokden N, Zangari, M, Elici, F, Barlogie, B, Kumar J. Potential effect of Zoledronate in heavy proteinuria. Clin Nephrol. 2007; 67(4):263-5.
    49. Wu L, Tiwari MM, Messer KJ, Holthoff JH, Gokden N, Brock RW, Mayeux PR. Perituvular capillary dysfunction and renal tubular epithelial cell stress following lipopolysaccharide administration in mice. Am J Physiol Renal Physiol. 2007; 292(1):261-268.
    50. Hodges A, Talley L, Gokden N. Human Papillomavirus DNA and P16INK4A are not detected in renal tumors with immunohistochemistry and signal-amplified in situ hybridization in paraffin-embedded tissue. Appl Immunohistochem Mol Morphol. 2006 Dec; 14(4):432-5. PMID: 17122641.
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    51. Wu L, Tiwari MM, Messer KJ, Holthoff JH, Gokden N, Brock RW, Mayeux PR. Peritubular capillary dysfunction and renal tubular epithelial cell stress following lipopolysaccharide administration in mice. Am J Physiol Renal Physiol. 2007 Jan; 292(1):F261-8. PMID: 16926442.
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    52. Herberth J, Herberth Z, Abul-Ezz SR, Kumar J, Gokden N. Hepatitis B infection as a possible cause of focal segmental glomerulosclerosis (FSGS). Clin Nephrol. 2006 May; 65(5):380-4. PMID: 16724663.
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    53. Greene GF, Gokden N, Hutchins LF, Williams RC. Metastatic renal cell carcinoma to prostate. Urology. 2005 Jun; 65(6):1227. PMID: 15922439.
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    54. Li S, Gokden N, Okusa MD, Bhatt R, Portilla D. Anti-inflammatory effect of fibrate protects from cisplatin-induced ARF. Am J Physiol Renal Physiol. 2005 Aug; 289(2):F469-80. PMID: 15814532.
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    55. Sawyer JR, Sammartino G, Gokden N, Nicholas RW. A clonal reciprocal t(2;7)(p13;p13) in plantar fibromatosis. Cancer Genet Cytogenet. 2005 Apr 01; 158(1):67-9. PMID: 15771907.
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    56. Gokden N, Roehl KA, Catalona WJ, Humphrey PA. High-grade prostatic intraepithelial neoplasia in needle biopsy as risk factor for detection of adenocarcinoma: current level of risk in screening population. Urology. 2005 Mar; 65(3):538-42. PMID: 15780372.
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    57. Sawyer JR, Parr LG, Gokden N, Nicholas RW. A reciprocal t(4;9)(q31;p22) in a solitary neurofibroma. Cancer Genet Cytogenet. 2005 Jan 15; 156(2):172-4. PMID: 15642399.
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    58. Li S, Basnakian A, Bhatt R, Megyesi J, Gokden N, Shah SV, Portilla D. PPAR-alpha ligand ameliorates acute renal failure by reducing cisplatin-induced increased expression of renal endonuclease G. Am J Physiol Renal Physiol. 2004 Nov; 287(5):F990-8. PMID: 15280156.
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    59. Chen JZ, Gokden N, Greene GF, Green B, Kadlubar FF. Simultaneous generation of multiple mitochondrial DNA mutations in human prostate tumors suggests mitochondrial hyper-mutagenesis. Carcinogenesis. 2003 Sep; 24(9):1481-7. PMID: 12869417.
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    60. Gokden N, Mukunyadzi P, James JD, Gokden M. Diagnostic utility of renal cell carcinoma marker in cytopathology. Appl Immunohistochem Mol Morphol. 2003 Jun; 11(2):116-9. PMID: 12777993.
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    61. Gökden N, Dehner LP, Zhu X, Pfeifer JD. Dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans of the vulva and groin: detection of COL1A1-PDGFB fusion transcripts by RT-PCR. J Cutan Pathol. 2003 Mar; 30(3):190-5. PMID: 12641779.
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    62. Chen JZ, Gokden N, Greene GF, Mukunyadzi P, Kadlubar FF. Extensive somatic mitochondrial mutations in primary prostate cancer using laser capture microdissection. Cancer Res. 2002 Nov 15; 62(22):6470-4. PMID: 12438238.
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    63. Landman J, Rehman J, Sundaram CP, Bhayani S, Monga M, Pattaras JG, Gokden N, Humphrey PA, Clayman RV. Renal hypothermia achieved by retrograde intracavitary saline perfusion. J Endourol. 2002 Sep; 16(7):445-9. PMID: 12396435.
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    64. Kupelioglu AA, Gokden N, Kilicalp A, Atac G. Gross Techniques in Pathology. Gross examination of muscle, bone and amputated parts of the body. 1993.
    65. Kupelioglu AA, Gokden N, Yuksel M. Gross Techniques in Pathology. Gross examination of the cardiovascular system. 1993.
    66. Canda, MS, Gokden N, Kilicalp A. Gross Techniques in Pathology. Gross examination of the endocrine system. 1993.
    67. Kupelioglu AA, Gokden N, Pabuccuoglu HU, Kargi A. Gross Techniques in Pathology. Kargi A. Saray Press. 1993.
    68. Gokden N, Atac G. Gross Techniques in Pathology. Gross examination of miscellaneous parts of body. 1993.
    69. Ozen, E, Canda T, Gokden N. Gross Techniques in Pathology. 1993.
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