Matthew Pamenter
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Hypoxia induces Kv channel current inhibition by increased NADPH oxidase-derived reactive oxygen species
M Mittal, XQ Gu, O Pak, ME Pamenter, D Haag, DB Fuchs, RT Schermuly, ...
Free Radical Biology and Medicine 52 (6), 1033-1042, 2012
Time domains of the hypoxic ventilatory response and their molecular basis
ME Pamenter, FL Powell
Comprehensive Physiology 6 (3), 1345-1385, 2016
Adaptive responses of vertebrate neurons to anoxia—matching supply to demand
LT Buck, ME Pamenter
Respiratory physiology & neurobiology 154 (1-2), 226-240, 2006
Anoxia-induced changes in reactive oxygen species and cyclic nucleotides in the painted turtle
ME Pamenter, MD Richards, LT Buck
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 177 (4), 473-481, 2007
Piscine insights into comparisons of anoxia tolerance, ammonia toxicity, stroke and hepatic encephalopathy
PJ Walsh, CM Veauvy, MD McDonald, ME Pamenter, LT Buck, MP Wilkie
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2007
Endogenous GABAA and GABAB receptor-mediated electrical suppression is critical to neuronal anoxia tolerance
ME Pamenter, DW Hogg, J Ormond, DS Shin, MA Woodin, LT Buck
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (27), 11274-11279, 2011
Autophagy and apoptosis are differentially induced in neurons and astrocytes treated with an in vitro mimic of the ischemic penumbra
ME Pamenter, GA Perkins, AK McGinness, XQ Gu, MH Ellisman, ...
PLoS One 7 (12), e51469, 2012
Mitochondrial ATP‐sensitive K+ channels regulate NMDAR activity in the cortex of the anoxic western painted turtle
ME Pamenter, DSH Shin, M Cooray, LT Buck
The Journal of physiology 586 (4), 1043-1058, 2008
AMPA receptors undergo channel arrest in the anoxic turtle cortex
ME Pamenter, DSH Shin, LT Buck
American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative …, 2008
δ-Opioid receptor antagonism induces NMDA receptor-dependent excitotoxicity in anoxic turtle cortex
ME Pamenter, LT Buck
Journal of Experimental Biology 211 (21), 3512-3517, 2008
Calcium and protein phosphatase 1/2A attenuate N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor activity in the anoxic turtle cortex
DSH Shin, MP Wilkie, ME Pamenter, LT Buck
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2005
The exceptional longevity of the naked mole‐rat may be explained by mitochondrial antioxidant defenses
D Munro, C Baldy, ME Pamenter, JR Treberg
Aging Cell 18 (3), e12916, 2019
Glutamate receptors in the nucleus tractus solitarius contribute to ventilatory acclimatization to hypoxia in rat
ME Pamenter, JA Carr, A Go, Z Fu, SG Reid, FL Powell
The Journal of physiology 592 (8), 1839-1856, 2014
Oxygen in demand: how oxygen has shaped vertebrate physiology
YA Dzal, SEM Jenkin, SL Lague, MN Reichert, JM York, ME Pamenter
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2015
Adenosine receptors mediate the hypoxic ventilatory response but not the hypoxic metabolic response in the naked mole rat during acute hypoxia
ME Pamenter, YA Dzal, WK Milsom
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1800), 20141722, 2015
Mitochondria: a multimodal hub of hypoxia tolerance
ME Pamenter
Canadian journal of zoology 92 (7), 569-589, 2014
Evidence of anoxia-induced channel arrest in the brain of the goldfish (Carassius auratus)
MP Wilkie, ME Pamenter, S Alkabie, D Carapic, DSH Shin, LT Buck
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part C: Toxicology & Pharmacology …, 2008
Naked mole rats exhibit metabolic but not ventilatory plasticity following chronic sustained hypoxia
D Chung, YA Dzal, A Seow, WK Milsom, ME Pamenter
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1827), 20160216, 2016
Mitochondrial responses to prolonged anoxia in brain of red-eared slider turtles
ME Pamenter, CR Gomez, JG Richards, WK Milsom
Biology letters 12 (1), 20150797, 2016
Mitochondrial but not plasmalemmal BK channels are hypoxia‐sensitive in human glioma
XQ Gu, ME Pamenter, D Siemen, X Sun, GG Haddad
Glia 62 (4), 504-513, 2014
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