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CONFERENCES, PROCEEDINGS, AND POSTERS

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2007

Bradley, C.P., Nash, M.P., Mourad, A., Paterson, D.J., Clayton, R.H., Sutton, P.M., Hayward, M. and Taggart, P. (2007) Is human ventricular fibrillation different from experimental models? Circulation 116Supp. II_278 cpb_AHA2007_poster.jpg
Nash, M.P., Mourad, A., Bradley, C.P., Paterson, D.J., Clayton, R.H., Sutton, P.M., Hayward, M. and Taggart, P. (2007) Mobility of epicardial rotors during human ventricular fibrillation Circulation 116 Supp. II_278 mpn_AHA2007_poster.jpg
Nash, M.P., Mourad, A., Clayton, R.H., Bradley, C.P., Paterson, D.J., Sutton, P.M., Hayward, M. and Taggart, P. (2007) Persistence and coexistence of epicardial rotors during human ventricular fibrillationHeart Rhythm 4(1S): p.S168 mpn_HRS2007_poster.jpg

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2006

Li, D., Wang, L., Lee, C.W., Dawson, T.A., Paterson, D.J. (2006) Cardiac gene transfer with nNOS into sympathetic nerves reverses abnormal neurotransmission in spontaneous hypertension rats. Circulation114(18): S560 dl_AHA2006_poster.jpg
Li, D., Wang, L., Dawson, T.A., Lee, C.W., Paterson, D.J. (2006). Targeted overexpression of nNOS into cardiac noradrenergic neurons attenuates sympathetic neurotransmission. Joint meeting of the German Physiologic Society and the European Federation of Physiologic Societies Munich, Germany, March 2006 DL_Germany_poster.jpg
Wang, L., Henrich, M., McMenamin, M., Buckler, K. and Paterson, D.J. (2006) Sympathetic neuron-specific adenoviral vector mediated nNOS gene transfer decreases neurotranmission by modulating intracellular Ca2+ LW_ESGT2006_poster.jpg

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2005

Adlam D., Danson E., Khoo J., et al (2005) Tetrahydrobiopterin regulates vagal control of heart rate. Heart 91: A57-A57 Suppl. 1 May 2005. [Abstract (185)].
Heaton D.A., Lei M., Noble P., et al. (2005) Autonomic remodelling in hypertension following cardiac neural nitric oxide synthase (nNOS) gene transfer. Heart 91: A65-A65 Suppl. 1 May 2005. [Abstract (213)].

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2004

Paterson D.J., Golding S., Heaton D., et al. (2004) Adenoviral nNOS gene transfer into the cardiac vagus increases protein expression within 9 hours and enhances vagal responsiveness in the pig Circulation 110 (17): S957
Zhang Y.H., Danson E.J., Sears C.E., et al. 2004) Impairment of cholinergic signaling reduces atrial beta-adrenergic responsiveness by enhancing eNOS expression Circulation 110 (17): S1406
Paterson, D.J., Golding, S., Heaton, D.A., Bradley, C., Dawson, T., Cai, S., Channon, K.M. (2004) Adenoviral nNOS gene transfer into the cardiac vagus increases protein expression within 9 hours and enhances vagal responsiveness in the pig. Circulation 110(17): S957
Heaton, D.A., Lei, M., Golding, S., et al. (2004) Cardiac nNOS gene transfer decreases β-adrenergic chronotropic hyper-responsiveness by modulating ICaL in spontaneously hypertensive rats FASEB J 18 (5): A1076-A1076 Suppl. S MAR 24

Danson, E.J., Mankia, K.S., Cai, S.J., et al. (2004) Impaired regulation of neuronal nitric oxide synthase during exercise abolishes training-induced facilitation of cardiac vagal function in mice lacking one nNOS allele Circulation 108 (17): 261 Suppl. S OCT 28

 

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2003

Heaton, D.A., Mohan, R.M., Krishnan, S.P., et al. (2003) Cardiac nNOS gene transfer decreases β-adrenergic hyper-responsiveness and enhances vagal function in spontaneously hypertensive ratsCirculation 108 (17): 872 Suppl. S OCT 28 aha2003_dah_poster.jpg
Danson, E.J., Mankia, K.S., Cai, S.J., et al. (2004) Impaired regulation of neuronal nitric oxide synthase during exercise abolishes training-induced facilitation of cardiac vagal function in mice lacking one nNOS allele. Circulation 108 (17): 261 Suppl. S OCT 28

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2002

Heaton, D.A., Mohan, R.M., Danson, E.J.F., Krishnan, S.P.R., Cai, S., Channon, K.M. & Paterson, D.J. (2002). Neuronal NOS gene transfer promotes cardiac vagal neurotransmission and gain of function.American Heart Association Meeting, Chicago, USA. November 2002 aha2002_dah_poster.jpg
Danson, E.J.F., Mohan, R.M., Heaton, D.A. & Paterson, D.J. (2002). Enhanced neuronal nitric oxide synthase expression is central to cardiac vagal phenotype following exercise-training. American Heart Association Meeting, Chicago, USA. November 2002
Danson, E.J.F., Edwards, A.R. & Paterson, D.J. (2002). Inhibition of Gi Causes NOS-III Dependent Attenuation of Inotropic and Chronotropic Responses to Beta-Adrenergic Stimulation in Murine Atria In-VitroAmerican Heart Association Meeting, Chicago, USA. November 2002 aha2002_ejfd_poster.jpg
Nash, M.P., Bradley, C.P. & Paterson, D.J. (2002). Torso mapping can identify changes in ventricular activation-recovery intervals during regional ischaemia that are not detected using the electrocardiogram in the anaesthetised pig. J. Physiol.544.P: 45P.
Nash, M.P., Bradley, C.P. & Paterson, D.J. (2002). Torso mapping can identify changes in ventricular activation-recovery intervals during regional ischaemia that are not detected using the standard ECG. MEF & Cardiac Arrhythmias workshop Oxford, 6-8 September. mef2002_mn_poster.jpg
Golding, S., Mohan, R.M. & Paterson, D.J. (2002). Molecular correlates underlying ventricular responses to exercise training in mice. Physiological Genomics of Cardiovascular Disease: From Technology to Physiology, San Francisco.
Mohan, R.M., Heaton, D., Channon, K.M., Paterson, D.J. (2002). Impaired cardiac adrenergic and NO-cGMP signalling in the spontaneously hypertensive rat. Physiological Genomics of Cardiovascular Disease: From Technology to Physiology, San Francisco.
Mohan, R.M., Kasparov, S., Paton, J.F.R. & Paterson, D.J. (2002). Expression of NO synthase and guanylate cyclase in the NTS during hypertension. FASEB J.16(5):A1117-A1117 faseb2002_rmm_poster.jpg

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2001

Danson, E.J.F., Mohan, R.M., Garland, T. & Paterson, D.J. (2001). NO-cGMP pathway enhances the heart rate response to peripheral vagal nerve stimulation in exercise trained mice. Circulation 104(17): S833. aha2001_ejfd_poster.jpg
Golding, S., Mohan, R.M., Girard, I., Garland, T. & Paterson, D.J. (2001). Effect of Exercise on molecular correlates underlying learning and memory. 34th Intl. Congr. Physiol. Sci iups2001_sg_poster.jpg
Nash, M.P., Bradley, C.P. & Paterson, D.J. (2001). Evolution of cardiac and body surface ECG changes during ventricular pacing and regional ischaemia. 34th Intl. Congr. Physiol. Sci., Proc. Royal Soc. NZ20(Suppl 1): 64. iups2001_mn_poster.jpg
Bradley, C.P., Nash, M.P., Cheng, L.K., Pullan, A.J. & Paterson, D.J. (2001). An experimental model to validate electrocardiographic inverse algorithms. 34 Intl. Congr. Physiol. Sci., Proc. Royal Soc. NZ 20(Suppl 1): 19. iups2001_cpb_poster.jpg
Herring, N. & Paterson, D.J. (2001). NO-cGMP pathway facilitates vagal neurotransmission and bradycardia. 34th Intl. Congr. Physiol. Sci. iups2001_nh_poster.jpg
Mohan, R.M., Golding, S. & Paterson, D.J. (2001). Intermittent hypoxia reduces nNOS expression and increases the heart rate response to cardiac sympathetic nerve stimulation in-vitroFASEB J. 15(4): A470. faseb2001_rmm_poster.jpg
Herring, N. & Paterson, D.J. (2001). NO-cGMP pathway facilitates acetylcholine release and bradycardia during vagal nerve stimulation. FASEB J. 15(4): A780 faseb2001_nh_poster.jpg
Almond S.C. & Paterson, D.J. (2001). Impaired cardiac vagal activation and down regulation of guanylate cyclase in the spontaneously hypertensive rat. FASEB J. 15(4): A473. faseb2001_sca_poster.jpg
Herring, N., Rigg, L., Terrar, D.A. & Paterson, D.J. (2001). NO-cGMP pathway increases the hyperpolarisation-activated current (If) and heart rate during adrenergic stimulation in the guinea pig in-vitro. J. Physiol. 533.P.
Bradley, C.P., Nash, M.P. & Paterson, D.J. (2001). Spatio-temporal evolution of electrical activity recorded concurrently from the epicardium and body surface during cardiac ischaemia in the anaesthetised pig. J. Physiol. 533.P. physoc2001_cpb_poster.jpg

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2000

Choate, J.K., Danson, E.J.F., Morris, J.F. & Paterson, D.J. (2000). Vagal modulation of heart rate in the neuronal nitric oxide synthase knockout mouse in-vitro. Circulation 102(18): S619. aha2000_jkc_poster.jpg

Herring, N., Golding, S. & Paterson, D.J. (2000). A pre-synaptic role for the NO-cGMP pathway in the vagal control of heart rate. Auton. Neurosci. 82(1/2): 74.

Bradley, C.P., Nash, M.P., Cheng, L.K., Pullan, A.J. & Paterson, D.J. (2000). Electrocardiographic inverse validation study: Model development and methodology. FASEB J. 14(4): A442. faseb2000_cpb_poster_modelinverse.jpg
Nash, M.P., Bradley, C.P., Cheng, L.K., Pullan, A.J. & Paterson, D.J. (2000). Electrocardiographic inverse validation study: In-vivo mapping and analysis. FASEB J. 14(4): A442. faseb2000_mn_poster_exptalinverse.jpg
Golding, S., Mohan, R.M. & Paterson, D.J. (2000). Chronic intermittent hypoxia promotes differential expression of stress proteins following in vitro hypoxia in guinea pig hearts. FASEB J. 14(4): A586. faseb2000_sg_poster.jpg
Herring, N., Golding, S. & Paterson, D.J. (2000). Pre-synaptic NO-cGMP pathway and vagal control of heart rate. FASEB J. 14(4): A377. faseb2000_nh_poster.jpg
Mohan, R.M. & Paterson, D.J. (2000). Activation of KATP channels and NO-cGMP pathway decrease the heart rate response to sympathetic nerve stimulation. FASEB J. 14(4): A398. faseb2000_rmm_poster.jpg
Paterson, D.J., Thornton, J.M., Murphy, K., Griffith, A., Pedersen, D., Leff, A., Adams, L., Casadei, B. & Guz, A. (2000). Higher centres encode cardiorespiratory response to exercise without movement feedback. FASEB J. 14(4): A646. faseb2000_djp_poster.jpg

Musialek, P., Nash, M.P., Thornton, J.M., Casadei, B. & Paterson, D.J. (2000). The nitric oxide donor sodium nitroprusside increases heart rate in the absence of changes in arterial blood pressure when applied topically to the sino-atrial node in the anaesthetised pig. J. Physiol. 523.P: 267P.

 

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1999

Choate, J.K.C, Mohan, R., Golding, S., Herring, N., Casadei, B. & Paterson, D.J. (1999). Role of the nitric-oxide pathway in the heart rate response to sympathetic nerve stimulation in the guinea-pig atria following exercise training. Physiological Research 48: S61. feps1999_jkc_poster.jpg

Pullan, A.J., Cheng, L. K., Nash, M.P., & Paterson, D.J. (1999). Non-invasive electrical imaging of the heart. Proceedings of the Annual BMES conference and 21st Annual IEEE/EMBS conference, p.1191.

Mohan, R., Choate, J.K.C. & Paterson, D.J. (1999). Exercise training attenuates the increase in heart rate to cardiac nerve stimulation in-vitro. Physiological Research 48: S45.

Nash, M.P., Thornton, J.M., Varghese, A. & Paterson, D.J. (1999). Electromechanical characterisation and computer simulation of a noradrenaline induced ventricular arrhythmia. FASEB J. 13(5): A1075. faseb1999_mn_poster_nearrhythmia.jpg
Nash, M.P., Thornton, J.M., Paterson, D.J., Bradley, C.P., Cheng, L.K. & Pullan, A.J. (1999). A 3D computational torso model for electrocardiology. Proc.s of the Oxford Supercomputing Centre Poster Session p.5. osc1999_mn_poster_bspm.jpg

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1998

Nash, M.P., Thornton, J.M., Banning, A.P. & Paterson, D.J. (1998). 3D epicardial activation sequence during a ventricular arrhythmia in the anaesthetised pig. J. Physiol. 513.P: 162P.

Choate, J.K. & Paterson, D.J. (1998). Effect of sodium nitroprusside and 8-bromo-cyclic GMP on the sympathetic control of heart rate and contraction in the isolated guinea-pig atria. J. Physiol. 509.P: 120P.

Sears, C.E., Choate, J.K. & Paterson, D.J. (1998). Nitric oxide donors enhance the heart rate response to vagal nerve stimulation in the anaesthetised rabbit and isolated guinea-pig atria preparation. J. Physiol. 509.P: 121P.

Thornton J.M., Pederson D.L., Kardos A., Guz A., Casadei B. & Paterson D.J. (1998) Ventilatory response to imagination of exercise and altered perception of exercise load under hypnosis. Adv. Exp. Med. Biol. 450: 195-197.

Sears, C.E., Choate, J.K. & Paterson, D.J. (1998). Effect of neuronal nitric oxide synthase inhibition on the heart rate response to cardiac sympathetic and vagal nerve stimulation in the anaesthetised rabbit. J. Physiol. 507.P: 57P.

Nash, M.P., Thornton, J.M. & Paterson, D.J. (1998). Characterisation of the epicardial electrical activation sequence during ventricular arrhythmia in the anaesthetised pig. J. Physiol. 507.P: 60P.

Mielke, M., Paterson, D.J., Radda, G.K. & Clarke, K. (1998). The positive inotropic effect of angiotensin II is associated with cytosolic alkalinisation in the isolated perfused rabbit heart. J. Physiol. 507.P: 60P.

Choate, J.K. & Paterson, D.J. (1998). Inhibition of nitric oxide synthase increases the positive chronotropic response to sympathetic nerve stimulation in isolated guinea-pig atria. J. Physiol. 506.P: 134P.

 

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1997

Choate, J.K. & Paterson, D.J. (1997). Inhibition of nitric oxide synthase increases the positive inotropic response to sympathetic nerve stimulation in isolated guinea-pig atria. Br. J. Pharm. 123: P301.

Thornton, J.M., Pederson, D.L., Kardos, A., Guz, A., Casadei, B. & Paterson, D.J. (1997). Ventilatory response to the imagination of exercise and altered perception of exercise load under hypnosis. J. Physiol. 505.P: 29P.

Hogan, N.A. Casadei, B & Paterson, D.J. (1997). The nitric oxide donor molsidomine can increase heart rate independently of changes in arterial blood pressure in anaesthetised rabbits. J. Physiol. 505.P: 19P.

Thornton, J.M., Pederson, D.L., Kardos, A., Guz, A., Casadei, B. & Paterson, D.J. (1997). Cardiorespiratory responses to the imagination of exercise and altered perception of exercise load. Canadian Conference on Modelling and Control of Ventilation.

Musialek, P., Paterson, D.J. & Casadei, B. (1997). The positive chronotropic effect of nitric oxide donors in isolated atria is partly mediated by mobilization of intracellular calcium. Circulation 96(8): I-357.

Musialek, P., Paterson, D.J. & Casadei, B. (1997). The chronotropic response to nitric oxide in the isolated guinea-pig atria is not affected by B-adrenergic blockade. J. Physiol. 504.P: 83P.

Thornton, J.M. & Paterson, D.J. (1997). Effect of nickel on contraction in the isolated guinea-pig papillary muscle. J. Physiol. 504.P: 90P.

Sears, C.E., Choate, J.K., & Paterson, D.J. (1997). Effect of nifedipine on the rate response to vagal stimulation following inhibition of nitric oxide in the isolated guinea-pig atria. J. Physiol. 501.P: 126P.

 

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