Stuart S. Olmsted, Ph.D.

Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
"Stuart Olmsted"
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Richard Allen Cone grad student 2001 Johns Hopkins
 (Three mechanisms of mucus that protect epithelial surfaces.)
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Olmsted SS, Khanna KV, Ng EM, et al. (2005) Low pH immobilizes and kills human leukocytes and prevents transmission of cell-associated HIV in a mouse model. Bmc Infectious Diseases. 5: 79
Olmsted SS, Padgett JL, Yudin AI, et al. (2001) Diffusion of macromolecules and virus-like particles in human cervical mucus. Biophysical Journal. 81: 1930-7
Zeitlin L, Hoen TE, Achilles SL, et al. (2001) Tests of Buffergel for contraception and prevention of sexually transmitted diseases in animal models. Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 28: 417-23
Olmsted SS, Dubin NH, Cone RA, et al. (2000) The rate at which human sperm are immobilized and killed by mild acidity. Fertility and Sterility. 73: 687-93
Zeitlin L, Olmsted SS, Moench TR, et al. (1998) A humanized monoclonal antibody produced in transgenic plants for immunoprotection of the vagina against genital herpes. Nature Biotechnology. 16: 1361-4
Olmsted SS, Dubin NH, Cone RA, et al. (1997) O-168 How rapidly can vaginal acidity (pH 4) stop sperm? Fertility and Sterility. 68
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