Joseph Brayden
Joseph Brayden
Professor of Pharmacology, UVM
Verified email at uvm.edu
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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
13901989
Regulation of arterial tone by activation of calcium-dependent potassium channels
JE Brayden, MT Nelson
Science 256 (5056), 532-535, 1992
10321992
Calcium-activated potassium channels and the regulation of vascular tone
J Ledoux, ME Werner, JE Brayden, MT Nelson
Physiology 21 (1), 69-78, 2006
5392006
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
5072002
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
4791990
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
4432005
Nitric oxide hyperpolarizes rabbit mesenteric arteries via ATP‐sensitive potassium channels.
ME Murphy, JE Brayden
The Journal of physiology 486 (1), 47-58, 1995
4001995
Noradrenaline contracts arteries by activating voltage-dependent calcium channels
MT Nelson, NB Standen, JE Brayden, JF Worley
Nature 336 (6197), 382-385, 1988
3781988
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
3512004
Functional Roles Of KATP Channels In Vascular Smooth Muscle
JE Brayden
Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology 29 (4), 312-316, 2002
3202002
Membrane hyperpolarization is a mechanism of endothelium-dependent cerebral vasodilation
JE Brayden
American Journal of Physiology-Heart and Circulatory Physiology 259 (3 …, 1990
3181990
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
2981996
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
2861993
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
2722003
Transient receptor potential channels in the vasculature
S Earley, JE Brayden
Physiological reviews 95 (2), 645-690, 2015
2362015
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
2361994
Chloride channel blockers inhibit myogenic tone in rat cerebral arteries
MT Nelson, MA Conway, HJ Knot, JE Brayden
The Journal of physiology 502 (2), 259-264, 1997
2171997
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
1922009
Highly specific, membrane-permeant peptide blockers of cGMP-dependent protein kinase Iα inhibit NO-induced cerebral dilation
WRG Dostmann, MS Taylor, CK Nickl, JE Brayden, R Frank, WJ Tegge
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 97 (26), 14772-14777, 2000
1892000
Potassium channels in vascular smooth muscle
JE Brayden
Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology 23 (12), 1069-1076, 1996
1831996
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