Recent Publications

Title:

Reducing Hypermuscularization of the Transitional Segment between Arterioles and Capillaries Protects Against Spontaneous Intracerebral Hemorrhage

Authors:

Julien Ratelade, Nicholas R. Klug, Damiano Lombardi, Monara Kaelle Servulo Cruz Angelim, Fabrice Dabertrand, Valérie Domenga-Denier, Rustam Al-Shahi Salman, Colin Smith, Jean-Frédéric Gerbeau, Mark T. Nelson, Anne Joutel

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MARCH 18, 2020

Title:

ATP- and voltage-dependent electro-metabolic signaling regulates blood flow in heart

Authors:

Guiling Zhao, Humberto C. Joca, Mark T. Nelson, and W. Jonathan Lederer

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MARCH 13, 2020

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Title:

Disruption of Pressure-Induced Ca2+ Spark Vasoregulation of Resistance Arteries, Rather Than Endothelial Dysfunction, Underlies Obesity-Related Hypertension

Authors:

Adam S. Greenstein, Sharifah Zamiah Abdul Syed Kadir, Viktoria Csato, Sarah A. Sugden, Rachael A. Baylie, David A. Eisner, Mark T. Nelson

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DEC 23, 2019

May 15, 2019

Authors:

Daniel M. Collier, Nuria Villalba, Adrian Sackheim, Adrian D. Bonev, Zachary D. Miller, Jesse S. Moore, Bo Shui, Jane C. Lee, Frank K. Lee, Shaun Reining, Michael I. Kotlikoff, Mark T. Nelson, and Kalev Freeman

Title:

Extracellular histones induce calcium signals in the endothelium of resistance-sized mesenteric arteries and cause loss of endothelium-dependent dilation

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Aug 7, 2018

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Title:

PIP2 depletion promotes TRPV4 channel activity in mouse brain capillary endothelial cells

Authors:

Osama F. Harraz, Thomas A. Longden, Fabrice Dabertrand, David Hill-Eubanks, and Mark T. Nelson

Title:

Endothelial GqPCR activity controls capillary electrical signaling and brain blood flow through PIP2 depletion

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March 26, 2018

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Authors:

Thomas A. Longden, Fabrice Dabertrand, Masayo Koide, Albert L. Gonzales, Nathan R. Tykocki, Joseph E. Brayden, David Hill-Eubanks, and Mark T. Nelson

Title:

Capillary K -sensing initiates retrograde hyperpolarization to increase local cerebral blood flow

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Author: Jessica Filosa

March 20, 2017

Location

The University of Vermont

Larner College of Medicine

Department of Pharmacology

89 Beaumont Avenue

Given Building B333

Burlington, Vermont 05405

Hypertension Editor-in-Chief High Impact selection

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