Joseph Brayden
Joseph Brayden
Professor of Pharmacology, UVM
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Hyperpolarizing vasodilators activate ATP-sensitive K+ channels in arterial smooth muscle
NB Standen, JM Quayle, NW Davies, JE Brayden, Y Huang, MT Nelson
Science 245 (4914), 177-180, 1989
Regulation of arterial tone by activation of calcium-dependent potassium channels
JE Brayden, MT Nelson
Science 256 (5056), 532-535, 1992
Calcium-activated potassium channels and the regulation of vascular tone
J Ledoux, ME Werner, JE Brayden, MT Nelson
Physiology 21 (1), 69-78, 2006
Transient receptor potential channels regulate myogenic tone of resistance arteries
DG Welsh, AD Morielli, MT Nelson, JE Brayden
Circulation research 90 (3), 248-250, 2002
Arterial dilations in response to calcitonin gene-related peptide involve activation of K+ channels
MT Nelson, Y Huang, JE Brayden, J Hescheler, NB Standen
Nature 344 (6268), 770-773, 1990
TRPV4 Forms a Novel Ca2+ Signaling Complex With Ryanodine Receptors and BKCa Channels
S Earley, TJ Heppner, MT Nelson, JE Brayden
Circulation research 97 (12), 1270-1279, 2005
Critical role for transient receptor potential channel TRPM4 in myogenic constriction of cerebral arteries
S Earley, BJ Waldron, JE Brayden
Circulation research 95 (9), 922-929, 2004
Nitric oxide hyperpolarizes rabbit mesenteric arteries via ATP‐sensitive potassium channels.
ME Murphy, JE Brayden
The Journal of physiology 486 (1), 47-58, 1995
Capillary K+-sensing initiates retrograde hyperpolarization to increase local cerebral blood flow
TA Longden, F Dabertrand, M Koide, AL Gonzales, NR Tykocki, ...
Nature neuroscience 20 (5), 717-726, 2017
Noradrenaline contracts arteries by activating voltage-dependent calcium channels
MT Nelson, NB Standen, JE Brayden, JF Worley III
Nature 336 (6197), 382-385, 1988
Transient receptor potential channels in the vasculature
S Earley, JE Brayden
Physiological reviews 95 (2), 645-690, 2015
Functional Roles Of KATP Channels In Vascular Smooth Muscle
JE Brayden
Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology 29 (4), 312-316, 2002
Membrane hyperpolarization is a mechanism of endothelium-dependent cerebral vasodilation
JE Brayden
American Journal of Physiology-Heart and Circulatory Physiology 259 (3 …, 1990
Gender Differences in Coronary Artery Diameter Involve Estrogen, Nitric Oxide, and Ca2+-Dependent K+ Channels
GC Wellman, AD Bonev, MT Nelson, JE Brayden
Circulation research 79 (5), 1024-1030, 1996
Inward rectifier K+ currents in smooth muscle cells from rat resistance-sized cerebral arteries
JM Quayle, JG McCARRON, JE Brayden, MT Nelson
American Journal of Physiology-Cell Physiology 265 (5), C1363-C1370, 1993
Altered Expression of Small-Conductance Ca2+-Activated K+ (SK3) Channels Modulates Arterial Tone and Blood Pressure
MS Taylor, AD Bonev, TP Gross, DM Eckman, JE Brayden, CT Bond, ...
Circulation research 93 (2), 124-131, 2003
TRPV4-dependent dilation of peripheral resistance arteries influences arterial pressure
S Earley, T Pauyo, R Drapp, MJ Tavares, W Liedtke, JE Brayden
American Journal of Physiology-Heart and Circulatory Physiology 297 (3 …, 2009
Calcitonin gene‐related peptide activated ATP‐sensitive K+ currents in rabbit arterial smooth muscle via protein kinase A.
JM Quayle, AD Bonev, JE Brayden, MT Nelson
The Journal of physiology 475 (1), 9-13, 1994
Chloride channel blockers inhibit myogenic tone in rat cerebral arteries.
MT Nelson, MA Conway, HJ Knot, JE Brayden
The Journal of physiology 502 (Pt 2), 259, 1997
TRPV channels and vascular function
RL Baylie, JE Brayden
Acta Physiologica 203 (1), 99-116, 2011
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