Lipoxin A4 delays the invasion of cystic fibrosis bronchial epithelial cells by the pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa
Resolvin D1 restores airway surface liquid hydration and attenuates IL8 secretion in Cystic Fibrosis (CF) bronchial epithelial cells
F. Ringholz1, A. Moukachar3, G. Higgins1, P. McNally2,1, V. Urbach4,1
Exploring the mechanisms behind cigarette smoke-induced internalisation of the cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator
A. J. Marklew1,2, R. Gilmore1, M. A. Gray2, R. Tarran1
Roflumilast aids airway surface liquid recovery after cigarette smoke exposure in primary human bronchial epithelia cultures
J. Tyrrell1, M. Qian2, M. Alonso-Galicia2, J. Freire2, R. Tarran1
Lipoxin stimulated epithelial repair is mediated through potassium currents
P. J. Buchanan1,2, P. McNally1, B. J. Harvey2, V. Urbach1,3
LKB1 expression in carotid body type I cells is required for the ventilatory response of mice to hypoxia but not hypercapnia
A. Mahmoud1, A. Evans1
Placental growth factor knockout mice demonstrate elevated pulmonary hypertension and increased vessel leak
E. Colfer1, C. Costello1, S. De Falco2, P. Mc Loughlin1, K. Howell1
The effect of age on pharyngeal calibre: a mechanism for obstructive sleep apnoea?
T. Carlisle1,2, M. R. Cowie1,2, A. K. Simonds1,2, M. J. Morrell1,2
Effect of Khat (Catha edulis) on bronchial asthma in Jimma University Specialized Hospital, Adult Chest Clinic, Jimma, Ethiopia
E. Y. Teferedegn1, A. Ayana1, A. Yami2,1
Mitochondrial plasticity may determine the development of oxygen-sensitivity in rat carotid body
J. E. Paulet1, R. L. Pye1, H. T. Tran1, H. L. Jordan1, D. R. Ladle1, C. Wyatt1
A modelling approach to assess the contribution of vascular remodelling to increased resistance in hypoxic pulmonary hypertension
S. C. Rowan1, E. Cahill1, K. Howell1, P. McLoughlin1
Identification of lung-selective microRNAs that contribute to the pathophysiology of chronic hypoxic lung disease
N. Ali1, P. McLoughlin1, C. Costello1
Respiratory plasticity following chronic intermittent hypoxia during early neonatal life
R. A. O'Connell1, K. D. O'Halloran2
Endogenous hydrogen sulfide mediates ventilatory response induced by hypoxia
M. Kwiatkoski1,3, R. N. Soriano2,3, E. C. Cárnio2, L. S. Branco3
The novel cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitor, AT7519, overrides neutrophil survival mediated by a major gram positive bacterial cell wall component, lipoteichoic acid
M. A. Tait1, C. D. Lucas1, R. Duffin1, C. Haslett1, A. G. Rossi1
Effect of chronic intermittent hypoxia on reflex recruitment of sternohyoid EMG during airway obstruction in the anaesthetised rat
D. Edge1, J. F. Jones1, A. Bradford2, K. D. O'Halloran3
RhoA pathway is not responsible for the bronchial hyperresponsiveness induced by maternal protein restriction
H. A. Wain1, P. H. Keskivali1, S. A. Davis1, J. W. Holloway1, C. Torrens1
Role of antioxidant vitamin c on hypoxia-induced alteration of VEGF gene expression in diabetic rats
K. K. Das1
Role of Rho-kinase and Src-Family Kinases in carbachol-induced contraction of isolated rat bronchioles.
N. Irechukwu1, G. A. Knock1, J. P. Ward1
Alveolar epithelial CNGA1 channels mediate cGMP-stimulated, amiloride-insensitive lung liquid absorption
W. Wilkinson1, A. Benjamin2, I. De Proost1, M. Orogo-Wenn2, D. Riccardi1, D. Walters2, P. Kemp1
The effect of ageing on the control of breathing: a role for the development of obstructive sleep apnoea.
K. Pugh1, G. Balanos1, S. Taheri1, H. Griffin1
Dietary nitrate supplementation reduces muscle metabolic perturbation and improves exercise tolerance in hypoxia
A. Vanhatalo1, J. Fulford2, J. R. Blackwell1, S. J. Bailey1, P. G. Winyard2, A. M. Jones1
Sildenafil alleviates bronchopulmonary dyplasia by up-regulating Hypoxia inducible factor-1α
H. Park1, J. Park2,4, C. Choi3, H. Lee3, B. Kim3, Y. Chun1,4
Chronic intermittent hypoxia induces respiratory muscle weakness in neonatal rats which persists into early adult life.
R. A. O'Connell1, K. D. O'Halloran1
Protective effect of hypercapnia on warm ischemia induced free radical damage of lungs retrieved from non-heart-beating donors
D. Hodyc1,2, P. Vaněk1,2, K. Dušková1,2, J. Herget1,2
Overnight changes in neck circumference and pharyngeal calibre in heart failure patients with obstructive sleep apnoea
T. Carlisle1,2, N. Ward1,2, A. Atalla1,2, M. Cowie1,2, A. Simonds1,2, M. Morrell1,2
The asthma associated cytokines IL-13 and TGFβ synergistically increase expression of TRPC6 in human airway smooth muscle
Y. Shaifta1, C. Ribeiro1, C. Karner1, J. P. Ward1
The long acting beta agonist formoterol and the cAMP raising agent forskolin both cause reduced expression of SERCA2 in human airway smooth muscle cells
O. O. Ojo1,2, D. B. Wright1,2, T. H. Lee1,2, J. P. Ward1
Intermittent hypoxia/reoxygenation increases respiratory muscle fatigability in neonatal rats: No role for Reactive Oxygen Species
Acute Hemispheric Stroke Patients Have Reduced Functional Residual Capacity and Cough Flow Rates
P. Rao1, K. Ward1, C. Reilly1, G. Rafferty1, J. Moxham1
Vascular signalling in the fetal lung is regulated by the FGF-10/FGFR2b/Spry2 airway branching periodicity clock.
C. L. Scott1, D. Walker1, E. Cwiklinski1, A. R. Tee2, S. C. Land1
Differential modulation of respiration in response to percutaneous electrical stimulation delivered during inspiration in man
A. Riza-Khan1, D. A. Green1
Lipoxin expression in horses with recurrent airway obstruction
Chronic intermittent hypoxia induces respiratory muscle dysfunction in neonatal rats.
Chronic hypoxia increases rat diaphragm muscle endurance and Na+-K+ ATPase pump content
C. McMorrow1, A. Fredsted2, J. Carberry1, R. O'Connell1, A. Bradford3, J. Jones1, K. O'Halloran1
Effects of chronic intermittent hypoxia on rat sternohyoid muscle structure and function
C. Shortt1, K. D. O'Halloran1
Chronic intermittent hypoxia does not affect upper airway dilator muscle function in aged male rats
R. Skelly1, A. Bradford2, K. O'Halloran1
Mechanisms of H2S-induced contraction of rat pulmonary artery
M. Connolly1, F. Akter1, J. P. Ward1, P. I. Aaronson1
Mechanisms underlying cyclic GMP-mediated Ca2+ desensitisation in rat intrapulmonary arteries
S. Drndarski1, A. De Silva1, G. A. Knock1, P. I. Aaronson1, J. P. Ward1
Relationship Between Glutathione Redox State And The Vasoconstrictor Response To Hypoxia In Rat Pulmonary Arteries
J. Prieto-Lloret1, J. P. Ward1, P. I. Aaronson1
Potential selective role for CXCR7/CXCL12 signalling in the lung in response to hypoxic stress.
C. Costello1, K. Howell1, S. Doherty2, F. Martin3, J. Belperio4, M. Keane1, S. Gaine2, P. McLoughlin1
Reduced synaptic inhibition underlies respiratory apneas in a mouse model of Rett syndrome (RTT).
A. P. Abdala2, M. Dutschmann3, J. M. Bissonnette1, J. F. Paton2
Knockdown of SERCA-2 in human airway smooth muscle from healthy subjects recapitulates a phenotype associated with asthma
O. O. Ojo1, K. Mahn1, M. R. Holt3, S. J. Hirst2, T. H. Lee1, J. P. Ward3
Chemosensitive astrocytes in the rostral ventrolateral medulla
N. Marina1, V. Kasimov1, M. Figuereido2, S. Kasparov2, A. Gourine1
Intermittent Hypoxia Impairs Rat Upper Airway Muscle Function: Protective Effects of a Superoxide Scavenger
S. Coyle-Rowan1, K. D. O'Halloran1
Effects of Hypoxia on Geniohyoid Muscle Force and Endurance in Young Lean and Old Obese Male Rats
E. Lucking1, K. D. O'Halloran1
VEGF family members can inhibit angiogenesis in the hypoxic lung.
M. Sands1, K. Howell1, C. Costello1, P. McLoughlin1
Oxidant/antioxidant status in hypoxic rats after submission to deep hypothermia
T. Carbonell1, N. Alva1, J. Palomeque1
The superoxide scavenger Tempol improves pharyngeal dilator muscle function in old obese male rats
J. R. Skelly1, K. D. O'Halloran1
Respiratory muscle plasticity following chronic intermittent hypoxia in male but not female Wistar rats.
J. R. Skelly1, A. Bradford2, K. D. O'Halloran1
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