Publishing is an important part of the academic profession and key in advancing scientific knowledge of the field. For the most up to date list and abstracts of our publications, please visit Pubmed, the online database of research sponsored by the US National Library of Medicine, of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
The NIH Public Access Policy requires that all NIH-sponsored research be made publically available no later than 12 months after the official date of publication. As the majority of our work is funded by NIH, this means that the full-text versions of many of our articles are available online through PubMed Central, or the publisher’s sites linked through PubMed. If you would like a reprint of one of our articles, and are having trouble accessing it online, please email us for assistance.
Citations of our more recent work (since 2010) along with any commentary articles are presented below.
- Crecelius A.R., Kirby B.S., Luckasen G.J., Larson D.G., Dinenno F.A.. Mechanisms of rapid vasodilation following a brief contraction in human skeletal muscle. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol. In Press. 2013. On PubMed
- Crecelius A.R., Kirby B.S., Richards J.C., Dinenno F.A.. Mechanical effects of muscle contraction increase intravascular ATP draining quiescent and active skeletal muscle in humans. J Appl Physiol. 114:1085-1093. 2013. On PubMed
- Kirby B.S., Bruhl A., Sullivan M.N., Francis M., Dinenno F.A., Earley S. Robust internal elastic lamina fenestration in skeletal muscle arteries. PloS one. 8:e54849. 2013. On PubMed
- Kirby B.S., Crecelius A.R., Richards J.C., Dinenno F.A.. Sources of intravascular ATP during exercise in humans: Critical role for skeletal muscle perfusion. Exp Physiol. 98:988-998. 2013. On PubMed
- Kirby B.S., Crecelius A.R., Voyles WF., Dinenno F.A. Impaired skeletal muscle blood flow control with advancing age in humans: Attenuated ATP release and local vasodilation during erythrocyte deoxygenation. Circ Res. 111:220-230. 2012. On PubMed
- Editorial: Chilian W.M., Yin L, Ohanyan V.A. Mysteries in the local control of blood flow: A physiological "whodunit" involving red cell release of ATP? Circ Res. 111:156-157. 2012. On PubMed
- Letter to the Editor: Dinenno F.A., Kirby B.S. The age-old tale of skeletal muscle vasodilation: New ideas regarding erythrocyte dysfunction and intravascular ATP in human physiology. Circ Res. 111:e203-204. 2012. On PubMed
- Richards J.C., Crecelius A.R., Kirby B.S., Larson D.G., Dinenno F.A. Muscle contraction duration and fibre recruitment influence blood flow and oxygen consumption independent of contractile work during steady-state exercise in humans. Exp Physiol. 97:750-761. 2012. On PubMed
- Crecelius A.R., B.S. Kirby, G.J. Luckasen, D.G. Larson and F.A. Dinenno. ATP-mediated vasodilatation occurs via activation of inwardly-rectifying potassium channels in humans. J Physiol. 590:5349-5359. 2012. On PubMed
- Perspectives: Saltin B. In search of a vasodilator: is ATP the answer? J Physiol. 2012. 590:5261-5262. On PubMed
- Journal Club: Johansson RE, JK Limberg, MK Crain, GL Peltonen, and CL Rousseau. ATP-mediated vasodilatation: all thanks to potassium? J Physiol. 591:399-400. 2012. On PubMed
- Faculty of 1000 rated as “Very Good” by James Duffin, F1000 Physiology, 21 Nov 2012, DOI: 10.3410/f.717962706.793464663.
- Richards J.C., A.R. Crecelius, and B.S. Kirby. Muscle afferent feedback during exercise: putting the pressure on flow. J Physiol. 589:5923-5924. 2012. On PubMed
- Crecelius A.R., B.S. Kirby, J.C. Richards, L.J. Garcia, W.F. Voyles, D.G. Larson, G.J. Luckasen and F.A. Dinenno. Mechanisms of ATP-mediated vasodilation in humans: modest role for nitric oxide and prostaglandins. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol. 301:H1302-H1310. 2011. On PubMed
- Crecelius A.R., B.S. Kirby, W.F. Voyles, and F.A. Dinenno. Augmented skeletal muscle hyperaemia during hypoxic exercise in humans is blunted by combined inhibition of nitric oxide and vasodilating prostaglandins. J Physiol. 589:3671-3683. 2011. On PubMed
- Kirby B.S., A.R. Crecelius, W.F. Voyles, and F.A. Dinenno. Modulation of postjunctional α-adrenergic vasoconstriction during exercise and exogenous ATP infusions in ageing humans. J Physiol. 589:2641-2653. 2011. On PubMed
- Perspectives: Simmons G.H. and S.B. Bender. Not a fine wine: the ATP hypothesis may not get better with age. J Physiol. 589:2437-2438. 2011. On PubMed.
- Markwald R.R., B.S. Kirby, A.R. Crecelius, R.E. Carlson, W.F. Voyles, and F.A. Dinenno. Combined inhibition of nitric oxide and vasodilating prostaglandins abolishes forearm vasodilatation to systemic hypoxia in healthy humans. J Physiol. 589:1979-1990. 2011. On PubMed
- Perspectives: Limberg J.K. and W.G. Schrage. Hypoxia: just say NO? J Physiol. 589:2111-2112. 2011. On PubMed
- Crecelius A.R., B.S. Kirby, W. F. Voyles, and F.A. Dinenno. Nitric oxide but not vasodilating prostaglandins contributes to the improvement of exercise hyperemia via ascorbic acid in healthy older adults. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol. 299:H1633-H1641. 2010. On PubMed
- Kirby B.S., A.R. Crecelius, W.F. Voyles, and F.A. Dinenno. Vasodilatory responsiveness to adenosine triphosphate in ageing humans. J Physiol. 588:4017-4027. 2010. On PubMed
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