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2013

Transcriptome Analysis for Notch3 Target Genes Identifies Grip2 as a Novel Regulator of Myogenic Response in the Cerebrovasculature

Fouillade, C., Baron-Menguy, C., Domenga-Denier, V., Thibault, C., Takamiya, K., Huganir, R. and Joutel, A. Transcriptome Analysis for Notch3 Target Genes Identifies Grip2 as a Novel Regulator of Myogenic Response in the Cerebrovasculature. (2013). Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology. 33 (1): 76-86.

Selective Involvement of Serum Response Factor in Pressure-Induced Myogenic Tone in Resistance Arteries

Retailleau, K., Toutain, B., Galmiche, G., Fassot, C., Sharif-Naeini, R., Kauffenstein, G., Mericskay, M., Duprat, F., Grimaud, L., Merot, J., Lardeux, A., Pizard, A., Baudrie, V., Jeunemaitre, X., Feil, R., Gothert, J. R., Lacolley, P., Henrion, D., Li, Z. and Loufrani, L. Selective Involvement of Serum Response Factor in Pressure-Induced Myogenic Tone in Resistance Arteries. (2013). Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology. 33 (2): 339-346.

Pregnancy causes diminished myogenic tone and outward hypotrophic remodeling of the cerebral vein of Galen

van der Wijk, A. E., Schreurs, M. P. H. and Cipolla, M. J. Pregnancy causes diminished myogenic tone and outward hypotrophic remodeling of the cerebral vein of Galen. (2013). Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism. 23281424

Reduced vascular smooth muscle BK channel current underlies heart failure-induced vasoconstriction in mice

Wan, E., Kushner, J. S., Zakharov, S., Nui, X., Chudasama, N., Kelly, C., Waase, M., Doshi, D., Liu, G. and Iwata, S. Reduced vascular smooth muscle BK channel current underlies heart failure-induced vasoconstriction in mice. (2013). The FASEB Journal. 23325318

Hydrogen sulfide dilates rat mesenteric arteries by activating endothelial large-conductance Ca(2)(+)-activated K(+) channels and smooth muscle Ca(2)(+) sparks

Jackson-Weaver, O., Osmond, J. M., Riddle, M. A., Naik, J. S., Gonzalez Bosc, L. V., Walker, B. R. and Kanagy, N. L. Hydrogen sulfide dilates rat mesenteric arteries by activating endothelial large-conductance Ca(2)(+)-activated K(+) channels and smooth muscle Ca(2)(+) sparks. (2013). Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol. 304 (11): H1446-1454.