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Internal Medicine - Nephrology

Internal Medicine

Nephrology

CONTACT
Hartmut H. Malluche, MD Hartmut H. Malluche, MD

Professor of Medicine & Division Chief

Robert G. "Robin" Luke Chair in Nephrology

University of Kentucky
Albert B. Chandler Medical Center
800 Rose Street, Room MN-564
Lexington, KY  40536-0298

Phone:  (859) 323-5049
Fax :  (859) 323-0232

Curriculum Vitae (PDF Link)
Updated: March 2009

Selected Publications: 

Koszewski NJ, Alimov AP, Langub MC, Park-Sarge OK, MALLUCHE HH.  Contrasting mammalian PTH promoters: identification of transcription factors controlling PTH gene expression.  Clin Neph 63(2) 158-162, 2005.

Freemont, T, MALLUCHE HH.  Utilization of Bone Histomorphometry in Renal Osteodystrophy:  Demonstration of a New Approach Using Data from a Prospective Study of Lanthanum Carbonate. Clin Neph 63(2) 138-145, 2005.

Monier-Faugere MC, MALLUCHE HH.  Histologic Abnormalities of Bone before and after Kidney Transplantation in Bone Disease of Organ Transplantation, edited by Compston J, Shane E, Elsevier Academic Press, 2005.

Koszewski NJ, Alimov AP, Park-Sarge OK, MALLUCHE HH.  Suppression of the Human Parathyroid Hormone Promoter by Vitamin D Involves Displacement of NF-Y Binding to the Vitamin D Response Element.  J Biol Chem 2004 Oct 8;279(41):42431-7.

Alimov AP, Langub MC, MALLUCHE HH, Park-Sarge OK, Koszewski NJ. Contrasting Mammalian PTH Promoters: NF-Y Binds to a DNA Element Unique to the Human PTH Promoter and Acts as a Transcriptional Enhancer.  Endocrinology 145(6):2713-20, 2004.

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