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Topic Authors / presenters Event name Event date
1. “TRPM4 Channels Regulate Smooth Muscle Cell Membrane Potential and Contractility” Department of Physiology, University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center, Memphis, TN. USA March, 2011
2. “Role of TRPM4 Channels in Vascular Smooth Muscle Excitability” Department of Cell Biology & Physiology, University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, Albuquerque, NM. USA March, 2011
3. “Cation Channel TRPM4 is an Important Regulator of Smooth Muscle Membrane Potential and Arterial Tone” Department of Medical Pharmacology and Physiology, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO. USA October, 2010
4. “SR Ca2+-Dependent Activation of TRPM4 Regulates Smooth Muscle Membrane Potential and Arterial Tone” 2nd Annual Smooth Muscle Underground Conference, Washington DC, USA April, 2010
5. “Dietary TRP Channel Agonists Elicit Endothelium-Dependent Cerebral Artery Dilation” 1st Annual Smooth Muscle Underground Conference Victoria, BC, Canada, April April, 2010
6. “Endothelium-Dependent Cerebral Artery Dilation Mediated by TRP and Ca2+-Activated K+ Channels” 12th International Winter Eicosanoid Conference, Baltimore, MD, USA March, 2010
7. “TRPM4 Regulates Smooth Muscle Cell Membrane Potential” Department of Physiology & Biophysics, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA January, 2010
8. “What’s Exciting About Smooth Muscle?” Department of Biological Sciences, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO, USA November, 2009
9. “Dynamic PKCδ-Mediated Trafficking of TRPM4” FASEB Summer Research Conference: Smooth Muscle, Lucca, Italy August, 2009
10. “TRPA1 is a Ca2+ Influx Channel in Native Cerebral Artery Endothelial Cells” FASEB Summer Research Conference- Calcium and Cell Function, Snowmass, Colorado, USA July, 2008
11. “TRP Channel Function in Vascular Physiology”  Appearing in TRP Ion Channel Function in Sensory Transduction and Cellular Signaling Cascades CRC Press LLC of Taylor and Francis Books, Inc., (Boca Raton, FL - New York, NY). January, 2007
12. “Pressure-induced Activation of TRPM4 Mediates Autoregulatory Behavior of Cerebral Arteries” Sixth International Muscle Energetics Meeting, Banff, Alberta, Canada July, 2006
13. “Functional Roles for Transient Receptor Potential (TRP) Channels in the Vasculature” Merck Research Laboratories, Rahway, NJ, USA February, 2006
14. “TRPV4 Forms a Novel Ca2+ Signaling Complex with Ryanodine Receptors and BKCa Channels” North East Smooth Muscle Society Annual Meeting XIII, Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada October, 2005
15. “Transient Receptor Potential Channel TRPV4 Hyperpolarizes Smooth Muscle via a Novel Ca2+-Induced Ca2+-Release Mechanism” Department of Biomedical Sciences, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, USA July, 2005
16. “Functional Significance of TRP Channels in Vascular Smooth Muscle” Graduate Center for Gerontology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, USA February, 2005
17. “Epoxyeicosatrienoic Acid-Dependent TRPV4 Activation Increases Spontaneous Transient Outward Current Frequency in Cerebral Arterial Smooth Muscle” IUPS/Experimental Biology January, 2005
18. “Transient Receptor Potential Channel TRPM4 Contributes to Myogenic Vasoconstriction of Cerebral Arteries” Experimental Biology 2004. January, 2004
19. “Disruption of Gap Junctions Attenuates Myogenic Vasoconstriction of Mesenteric Resistance Arteries” North East Smooth Muscle Society Annual Meeting XI, Providence, RI October, 2003
20. “Myogenic Vasoconstriction of Mesenteric Resistance Arteries is Diminished by Disruption of Gap Junctions” FASEB Summer Smooth Muscle Conference, Snowmass Village, CO, USA July, 2003
21. “Endothelium-Dependent Mechanisms of Vascular Smooth Muscle Hyperpolarization Following Chronic Hypoxia” Department of Pharmacology, University of Vermont College of Medicine, Burlington, VT, USA June, 2002
22. “Chronic Hypoxia is Associated with Vascular Smooth Muscle Hyperpolarization and Blunted Vasoconstrictor Responses” Experimental Biology January, 2002
23. “Estradiol Attenuates Hypoxia-Induced Endothelin-1 Gene Expression” Experimental Biology January, 2002
24. “CYP Epoxygenase Products Contribute to Attenuated Vasoconstrictor Responsiveness Following Chronic Hypoxia” American Heart Association Scientific Sessions 2002. January, 2002
25. “Transgenic Mice and Alzheimer's Disease” In Alzheimer's Disease: Basic Mechanisms, Diagnosis and Therapeutic Strategies. Ed. by K. Iqbal, D.R.C. McLachlan, B. Winblad, and H. M. Wisniewski. John Wiley & Sons Ltd January, 1991
26. "Evolution and Functional Significance of the Bias in Codon Usage" In Biomolecular Stereodynamics IV, ed. R. H. Sarama, Adenine Press, New York, New York January, 1986



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Cation channel TRPM4 is an important regulator of smooth muscle membrane potential and arterial tone 10th International Symposium on Resistance Arteries (ISRA) May, 2011

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