Ruliang Xu

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Ruliang Xu

Associate Professor, Department of Pathology
Dir Gastro & Liver Path Dir Molecular Path NYU Pathology Associates

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560 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016

212-263-0728


The TGF-beta/Smad4 Signaling Pathway in Pancreatic Carcinogenesis and Its Clinical Significance
Ahmed, Sunjida; Bradshaw, Azore-Dee; Gera, Shweta; Dewan, M Zahidunnabi; Xu, Ruliang. The TGF-beta/Smad4 Signaling Pathway in Pancreatic Carcinogenesis and Its Clinical Significance. Journal of clinical medicine. 2017 Jan 5;6(1):?-? (2400632)

Clinical and pathologic features of nutritional and herbal supplements induced liver injury
Acosta-Gonzalez, G; Ettel, M; Eze, O; Gera, S; Hajdu, C H; Park, J S; Sigal, S; Xu, R. Clinical and pathologic features of nutritional and herbal supplements induced liver injury [Meeting Abstract]. Laboratory investigation. 2016 Feb;96:413A-413A (1947412)

Frequency and Pathological Characteristics of Drug-Induced Liver Injury in a Tertiary Medical Center
Ettel, Mark; Acosta-Gonzalez, Gabriel; Eze, Ogechukwu; Gera, Shweta; Hajdu, Cristina H; Park, James S; Sigal, Samuel; Xu, Ruliang. Frequency and Pathological Characteristics of Drug-Induced Liver Injury in a Tertiary Medical Center [Meeting Abstract]. Laboratory investigation. 2016 FEB;96:419A-419A (1955182)

Clinical and Pathologic Features of Nutritional and Herbal Supplements Induced Liver Injury
Acosta-Gonzalez, Gabriel; Ettel, Mark; Eze, Ogechukwu; Gera, Shweta; Hajdu, Cristina H; Park, James S; Sigal, Samuel; Xu, Ruliang. Clinical and Pathologic Features of Nutritional and Herbal Supplements Induced Liver Injury [Meeting Abstract]. Modern pathology. 2016 FEB;29:413A-413A (2019582)

Frequency and Pathological Characteristics of Drug-Induced Liver Injury in a Tertiary Medical Center
Ettel, Mark; Acosta-Gonzalez, Gabriel; Eze, Ogechukwu; Gera, Shweta; Hajdu, Cristina H; Park, James S; Sigal, Samuel; Xu, Ruliang. Frequency and Pathological Characteristics of Drug-Induced Liver Injury in a Tertiary Medical Center [Meeting Abstract]. Modern pathology. 2016 FEB;29:419A-419A (2019592)