Marva Sweeney-Nixon

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NameMarva Sweeney-Nixon
PositionFaculty Member
Emailmsweeney@upei.ca
Department(s)Biology
Phone(902) 566-0633
BuildingDuffy Science Centre 437
Websitehttp://www.upei.ca/science/marva-i-sweeney-nixon

Marva Sweeney-Nixon

Biography

Chair, Department of Biology; Professor

B.Sc., Chemistry/Biology, Mt Allison University (1984); M.Sc., Pharmacology, Dalhousie University (1986), Ph.D., Pharmacology, Dalhousie University (1989)

Dr Sweeney moved to UPEI in August 1997, after a short stint as an Assistant Professor in the Dept. of Physiology, University of Saskatchewan, and Principal Investigator in the Saskatchewan Stroke Research Center, Royal University Hospital, Saskatoon. Previously, she completed a Ph. D. in Pharmacology at Dalhousie University (Halifax, NS), and an MRC-funded post-doctoral research fellowship at the University of London (St. George’s Hospital and Royal Free Hospital Schools of Medicine, UK).


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Research Interests

  • cardiovascular diseases; hypertension; atherosclerosis; diabetes; renal disease
  • stroke and neurodegenerative diseases; different forms of cell death; neuroprotection
  • oxidative stress and inflammation; antioxidants
  • Vaccinium berries (blueberries, cranberries)
  • animal models of diseases; animal tissue culture

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PLoS ONEGhose, Kaushik; McCallum, Jason; Sweeney-Nixon, Marva; Fofana, Bourlaye
Classification of adenosine receptors mediating antinociception in the rat spinal cordSawynok, J.; Sweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; White, T. D.
1,4-Dihydropyridines modulate GTP hydrolysis by Go in neuronal membranesSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Dolphin, A. C.
Biochemical evidence that GTP binding proteins are directly coupled to dihydropyridine receptorsSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Dolphin, A. C.
The role of purines in nociceptionSawynok, J.; Sweeney-Nixon, Marva I.
Characterization of adenosine receptors producing antinociception following intrathecal injectionSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; White, T.; Sawynok, J.
Adenosine A1 agonists and the Ca2+ channel agonist bay K 8644 produce a synergistic stimulation of the GTPase activity of Go in rat frontal cortical membranesSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Dolphin, A. C.
Pomegranate juice consumption reduces simulated ischemic stroke damage and increases brain antioxidant status in ratsSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Harmon, M. I.; Durant, C. D.; Soloman, F.; Schulman, R. N.
Causal role of apoptosis-inducing factor for neuronal cell death following traumatic brain injurySlemmer, J. E.; Zhu, C.; Landshamer, S.; Trabold, R.; Grohm, J.; Ardeshiri, A.; Wagner, E.; Sweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Blomgren, K.; Culmsee, C.; Weber, J. T.; Plesnila, N.
Cranberry phenolics and their effects on oxidative processes, neuronal cell death and tumor cell growth.Neto, C. C.; Lamoureaux, T. L.; Sweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; MacKinnon, S. L.
Antioxidants and free radical scavengers for the treatment of stroke, traumatic brain injury and agingSlemmer, J. E.; Shacka, J. J.; Sweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Weber, J. T.
Serotonin releases adenosine from primary afferent nerve terminals in the spinal cordSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; White, T.; Sawynok, J.
Pomegranate juice consumption reduces simulated ischemic stroke damage and increases brain antioxidant status in ratsSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.
The GABA8 receptor agonist (-)-baclofen and the 1,4-dihydropyridine CA2+ channel agonist Bay K 8644 modulate the GTP-binding protein G0 via different mechanismsSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Dolphin, A. C.
Endogenous adenosine protects neurons but not astrosytes from hypoxic cell deathSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Logan, M.
Measurement of the GTPase activity of signal-transducing G-proteins in neuronal membranesSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.
Modulation of voltage-dependent calcium channels by GABA8 receptors and G-proteins in cultured rat dorsal root ganglion neuronsDolphin, A. C.; Menon-Johansson, A.; Campbell, V.; Berrow, N.; Sweeney-Nixon, Marva I.
Morphine, capsaicin and K+ release purines from capsaicin-sensitive primary afferent nerve terminals in the spinal cordSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; White, T. D.; Sawynok, J.
Adenosine release may mediate spinal analgesia by morphineSawynok, J.; Sweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; White, T. D.
Flavonoid and proanthocyanidin-rich extracts from cranberry fruitsKondo, M.; Lamoureaux, T. L.; Neto, C. C.; Sweeney-Nixon, Marva I.
G protein modulation of voltage-dependent calcium channels and transmitter releaseDolphin, A. C.; Pearson, H. A.; Menon-Johansson, A. S.; Sweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Sutton, K.; Huston, E.; Cullen, G. P.; Scott, R. H.
G protein modulation of calcium entry and transmitter releaseDolphin, A. C.; Huston, E.; Pearson, H.; Menon-Johanssen, A.; Sweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Adams, M. E.; Scott, R. H.
Intracerebroventricular morphine releases adenosine and adenosine 3',5'-cyclic monophosphate from the spinal cord via a serotonergic mechanismSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; White, T. D.; Sawynok, J.
Adenosine release and uptake in cerebellar granule neurons both occur via an equilibrative nucleoside carrier that is modulated by G proteinsSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.
Adenosine A1 agonists stimulate the GTPase activity of G- and G0-type G-proteins in cortical membranesSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Dolphin, A. C.
Involvement of adenosine in the spinal antinociceptive effects of morphine and noradrenalineSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; White, T. D.; Sawynok, J.
Actions of arginine polyamine on voltage and ligand-activated whole cell currents recorded from cultured neuronesScott, R. H.; Sweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Kobrinsky, E. M.; Pearson, H. A.; Timms, G. H.; Pullar, I. A.; Wedley, S.; Dolphin, A. C.
Adenosine A1 receptors inhibit necrosis and apoptosis induced by oxygen and glucose deprivation in cultured neuronsSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.
The effects of individual fractions of lowbush (wild) blueberries (Vaccinium angustifolium) on primary cultured neurons after simulated ischemic stroke and oxidative stress.Sweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Clark, K. J.; MacKinnon, S.; Kalt, W.; Gottschall-Pass, Katherine T.
Involvement of adenosine in the analgesic effect of morphine and noradrenaline in the spinal cordSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; White, T.; Sawynok, J.
Cellular mechanisms involved in brain ischemiaSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Yager, J. Y.; Walz, W.; Juurlink, B. H.
Selective effect of malathion on blood coagulation versus locomotor activitySweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Lyon, M. E.
Neuroprotective effects of adenosine in cerebral ischemiaSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.
Mechanisms that result in damage during and following cerebral ischemiaJuurlink, B. H.; Sweeney-Nixon, Marva I.
Adenosine release from the spinal cord may mediate antinodideption by intracerebroventricular morphineSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; White, T.; Sawynok, J.
Activation of adenosine receptors protects neurons from ischemia-induced deathSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.
5-Hydroxytryptamine releases adenosine from primary afferent nerve terminals in the spinal cordSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; White, T.; Sawynok, J.
Adenosine A1 receptor activation preferentially protects cultured cerebellar neurons versus astrocytes against hypoxia-induced deathLogan, M.; Sweeney-Nixon, Marva I.
Morphine-evoked release of adenosine from the spinal cord occurs via a dipyridamole-sensitive carrierSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; White, T. D.; Sawynok, J.
Adenosine agonist reduces hypoxia-ischemia induced cell death in the hippocampus of male ratsCampbell, D. S.; Sweeney-Nixon, Marva I.
The adenosine agonist CPA inhibits necrosis but promotes apoptosis induced by simulated ischemia in neuronal culturesSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Ameson, D. S.; Murton, A.
Desensitization of adenosine receptors during brain hypoxia limits the neuroprotective effects of adenosineSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Ameson, D. S.
Biochemical evidence that dihydropyridine and BABA8 receptors interact with G0 and G respectivelySweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Dolphin, A. C.
Morphine releases endogenous adenosine from the spinal cord in vivoSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; White, T. D.; Jhamandas, K. H.; Sawynok, J.
Effect of intrathecal pretreatment with neurotoxins on adenosine release from rat spinal cord synaptosomesSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; White, T.; Sawynok, J.
5-Hydroxytryptamine releases adenosine and cyclic AMP from primary afferent nerve terminals in the spinal cord in vivoSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; White, T. D.; Sawynok, J.
Morphine releases adenosine from capsaicin-sensitive neurons in the spinal cordSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; White, T.; Sawynok, J.
Adenosine A1 receptor agonists prevent delayed neuronal death following ischemiaSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Ameson, D. S.
Adenosine A1 receptors precondition the rat brain against hypoxia-ischemia damage one day laterSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Campbell, D. S.
Cranberry phenolicsNeto, C. C.; Sweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Lamoureaux, T. L.; Soloman, F.; Kondo, M.; MacKinnon, S. L.
Pertussis toxin treatment increases glutamate release and dihydropyridine binding sites in cultured rat cerebellar granule neuronsHuston, E.; Cullen, G.; Sweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Pearson, H.; Fazeli, M. S.; Dolphin, A. C.
Evidence that substance P may be a modulator rather than a transmitter of noxious mechanical stimulationSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Sawynok, J.
Adenosine release by morphine and spinal antinociceptionSawynok, J.; Nicholson, D. J.; Sweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; White, T. D.
Morphine-evoked release of adenosine from the spinal cord occurs via a nucleoside carrier with differential sensitivity to dipyridamole and nitrobenzylthioinosineSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; White, T. D.; Sawynok, J.
Pertussis toxin inhibits morphine-induced release of adenosine from the spinal cordSawynok, J.; Sweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Nicholson, D.; White, T.
Investigation of the effects of cranberry fractions on atherosclerosis in miceShaughnessy, K.; Sweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Neto, C. C.
Choice of diet impacts the incidence of stroke-related symptoms in the spontaneously hypertensive stroke-prone rat modelSlemmer, Jennifer E. ; Shaughnessy, Kevin S. ; Scanlan, Adam P. ; Sweeney, Marva I. ; Gottschall-Pass, Katherine T.
Cranberries and wild blueberries treated with gastrointestinal enzymes positively modify glutathione mechanisms in Caco-2 cells In vitroSlemmer, Jennifer E. ; Livingston-Thomas, Jessica M. ; Gottschall-Pass, Katherine T. ; Sweeney, Marva I.
Antihypertensive effects of apple peel extract on spontaneously hypertensive ratsBalasuriya, Nileeka; Rupasinghe, H.P. Vasantha; Sweeney, Marva; McCarron, Shelby; Gottschall-Pass, Katherine
Probiotics do not enhance anti-hypertensive effect of blueberry diets in hypertensive ratsHe, Leo; Blanton, Cynthia; Gottschall-Pass, Kathy; Sweeney, Marva
Blueberry puree increases HDL-cholesterol in rats Gillespie, Daniel; Gottschall-Pass, Katherine; Sweeney, Marva
PLOS ONEBlanton, Cynthia; He, Zhengcheng; Gottschall-Pass, Katherine T.; Sweeney, Marva I.
Feeding blueberry diets inhibits angiotensin II-converting enzyme (ACE) activity in spontaneously hypertensive stroke-prone ratsWiseman, Waylon; Egan, Jennifer M.; Slemmer, Jennifer E.; Shaughnessy, Kevin S.; Ballem, Katherine; Gottschall-Pass, Katherine T.; Sweeney, Marva I.
Inhibition of matrix metalloproteinase activity in DU145 human prostate cancer cells by flavonoids from lowbush blueberry (Vaccinium angustifolium)Matchett, M. D.; MacKinnon, S. L.; Sweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Gottschall-Pass, Katherine T.; Hurta, Robert A. R.
Flavonoids from lowbush blueberry decrease matrix metalloproteinase activity in human prostate cancer cellsMatchett, M. D.; Sweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Gottschall-Pass, Katherine T.; Hurta, Robert A. R.
Feeding rats diets enriched in lowbush blueberries for six weeks decreases ischemia-induced brain damageSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Kalt, W.; MacKinnon, S. L.; Ashby, J.; Gottschall-Pass, Katherine T.
Anthocyanins isolated from lowbush blueberries (Vaccinium Angustifolium) inhibit oxidative stress-induced nitrite accumulation and NOS induction in cultured cerebellar granule neuronsSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Gottschall-Pass, Katherine T.; Clark, K. J.; Durant, C.
Blueberry flavonoids inhibit matrix metalloproteinase activity in DU145 human prostate cancer cellsMatchett, M. D.; MacKinnon, S. L.; Sweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Gottschall-Pass, Katherine T.; Hurta, Robert A. R.
MALDI-TOF MS characterization of proanthocyanidins from cranberry fruit (Vaccinium macrocarpon) that inhibit tumor cell growth and matrix metalloproteinase expression in vitroNeto, C. C.; Krueger, C. G.; Lamoureaux, T. L.; Kondo, M.; Vaisberg, A. J.; Hurta, Robert A. R.; Curtis, S.; Matchett, M. D.; Yeung, H.; Sweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Reed, J. D.
Protective effects of flavonoids from cranberry on rat neurons and vascular cells.Neto, C. C.; Kondo, M.; Lamoureaux, T. L.; Sweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Curtis, S.; Hurta, Robert A. R.
Extracts from wild blueberries (Vaccinium angustifolium) reduce markers of LPS-induced inflammation in the ratGottschall-Pass, Katherine T.; Macdonald, K.; Garrity, E.; Pass, E.; LeClair-Morrison, S.; Sweeney-Nixon, Marva I.
Proanthocyanidins, anthocyanins, and triterpenoids from cranberry fruitsKondo, M.; Lamoureaux, T. L.; Neto, C. C.; Hurta, Robert A. R.; Curtis, S.; Matchett, M. D.; Yeung, H.; Sweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Vaisberg, A. J.
Cyclopentyladenosine decreases apoptotic cell death in cerebellar granule neurons after oxygen-glucose deprivationRigley, S. T.; Sweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Tasker, R. Andrew R.
Antioxidant rich fractioins isolated from cranberries reduce neuronal death in response to simulated ischemic stroke and reperfusion injury in vitroSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Soloman, F.; Neto, C. C.
A1-adenosine receptor activation several hours before stroke decreases necrotic and apoptotic death in vitro and in vivoSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Rigley, S. T.; Campbell, D. S.; Tasker, R. Andrew R.
Lowbush blueberry consumption reduces atherosclerotic plaque size in hypercholesterolemic rabbitsDunsford, C.; Sweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Gottschall-Pass, Katherine T.
Wild blueberry extracts produce modest improvements in predictors of cardiovascular disease in cholesterol fed rabbitsGottschall-Pass, Katherine T.; Ashby, J.; MacKinnon, S.; Kalt, W.; Sweeney-Nixon, Marva I.
Protective effects of flavonoids from cranberries on rat neurons and vascular cells.Neto, C. C.; Kondo, M.; Sweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Hurta, Robert A. R.
Short term diets enriched with wild blueberries decrease stroke severity in ratsSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Blacquiere, D.; Ashby, J.; MacKinnon, S.; Kalt, W.; Gottschall-Pass, Katherine T.
Choice of diet impacts the incidence of stroke in the spontaneously hypertensive stroke-prone rat modelScanlan, A. P.; Shaughnessy, K. S.; Sweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Gottschall-Pass, Katherine T.
Blueberry supplementation lowers iNOS but not COX-2 expression in LPS challenged ratsGottschall-Pass, Katherine T.; Wark, M.; Yeung, H.; Pass, E.; Purcell, S.; MacPhee, R.; Sweeney-Nixon, Marva I.
Blueberry diets delay the onset of hypertension and reduce insulin resistance in spontaneously hypertensive stroke prone ratsSweeney-Nixon, Marva I.; Shaughnessy, K.; Gottschall-Pass, Katherine T.
Blueberry diets improve glucose tolerance and reduces oxidative stress in spontaneously hypertensive stroke-prone ratsShaughnessy, K. S.; Gabor, L. J.; Gottschall-Pass, Katherine T.; Sweeney-Nixon, Marva I.
Nutritional quality of children’s school lunchesTaylor, J. P.; Hernandez, K. J.; Caiger, J. M.; Giberson, D.; MacLellan, D.; Sweeney-Nixon, M.; Veugelers, P.

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Classification of adenosine receptors mediating antinociception in the rat spinal cord - ir:ir-batch6-129351710:10:19 2016-05-31
1,4-Dihydropyridines modulate GTP hydrolysis by Go in neuronal membranes - ir:ir-batch6-128149710:11:09 2016-05-31
Biochemical evidence that GTP binding proteins are directly coupled to dihydropyridine receptors - ir:ir-batch6-622846310:11:21 2016-05-31
The role of purines in nociception - ir:ir-batch6-128847010:11:49 2016-05-31
Characterization of adenosine receptors producing antinociception following intrathecal injection - ir:ir-batch6-620942910:12:22 2016-05-31
Adenosine A1 agonists and the Ca2+ channel agonist bay K 8644 produce a synergistic stimulation of the GTPase activity of Go in rat frontal cortical membranes - ir:ir-batch6-127748310:12:25 2016-05-31
Pomegranate juice consumption reduces simulated ischemic stroke damage and increases brain antioxidant status in rats - ir:ir-batch6-623645510:13:05 2016-05-31
Causal role of apoptosis-inducing factor for neuronal cell death following traumatic brain injury - ir:ir-batch6-620447910:13:22 2016-05-31
Cranberry phenolics and their effects on oxidative processes, neuronal cell death and tumor cell growth. - ir:ir-batch6-113846710:13:29 2016-05-31
Antioxidants and free radical scavengers for the treatment of stroke, traumatic brain injury and aging - ir:ir-batch6-620051810:13:48 2016-05-31
Serotonin releases adenosine from primary afferent nerve terminals in the spinal cord - ir:ir-batch6-621245910:14:45 2016-05-31
Pomegranate juice consumption reduces simulated ischemic stroke damage and increases brain antioxidant status in rats - ir:ir-batch6-620860510:14:50 2016-05-31
The GABA8 receptor agonist (-)-baclofen and the 1,4-dihydropyridine CA2+ channel agonist Bay K 8644 modulate the GTP-binding protein G0 via different mechanisms - ir:ir-batch6-622946010:15:19 2016-05-31
Endogenous adenosine protects neurons but not astrosytes from hypoxic cell death - ir:ir-batch6-622445910:16:14 2016-05-31
Measurement of the GTPase activity of signal-transducing G-proteins in neuronal membranes - ir:ir-batch6-620644810:16:16 2016-05-31
Modulation of voltage-dependent calcium channels by GABA8 receptors and G-proteins in cultured rat dorsal root ganglion neurons - ir:ir-batch6-620547310:16:55 2016-05-31
Morphine, capsaicin and K+ release purines from capsaicin-sensitive primary afferent nerve terminals in the spinal cord - ir:ir-batch6-128946910:17:33 2016-05-31
Adenosine release may mediate spinal analgesia by morphine - ir:ir-batch6-128744410:17:39 2016-05-31
Flavonoid and proanthocyanidin-rich extracts from cranberry fruits - ir:ir-batch6-113948010:17:52 2016-05-31
G protein modulation of voltage-dependent calcium channels and transmitter release - ir:ir-batch6-127947710:18:19 2016-05-31
G protein modulation of calcium entry and transmitter release - ir:ir-batch6-128440510:18:29 2016-05-31
Intracerebroventricular morphine releases adenosine and adenosine 3',5'-cyclic monophosphate from the spinal cord via a serotonergic mechanism - ir:ir-batch6-128345810:20:18 2016-05-31
Adenosine release and uptake in cerebellar granule neurons both occur via an equilibrative nucleoside carrier that is modulated by G proteins - ir:ir-batch6-127553310:20:49 2016-05-31
Adenosine A1 agonists stimulate the GTPase activity of G- and G0-type G-proteins in cortical membranes - ir:ir-batch6-623046210:20:53 2016-05-31
Involvement of adenosine in the spinal antinociceptive effects of morphine and noradrenaline - ir:ir-batch6-129042310:20:56 2016-05-31
Actions of arginine polyamine on voltage and ligand-activated whole cell currents recorded from cultured neurones - ir:ir-batch6-128246010:21:23 2016-05-31
Adenosine A1 receptors inhibit necrosis and apoptosis induced by oxygen and glucose deprivation in cultured neurons - ir:ir-batch6-624244010:21:25 2016-05-31
The effects of individual fractions of lowbush (wild) blueberries (Vaccinium angustifolium) on primary cultured neurons after simulated ischemic stroke and oxidative stress. - ir:ir-batch6-623144110:21:29 2016-05-31
Involvement of adenosine in the analgesic effect of morphine and noradrenaline in the spinal cord - ir:ir-batch6-621040010:21:33 2016-05-31
Cellular mechanisms involved in brain ischemia - ir:ir-batch6-127639910:21:49 2016-05-31
Selective effect of malathion on blood coagulation versus locomotor activity - ir:ir-batch6-127043810:21:57 2016-05-31
Neuroprotective effects of adenosine in cerebral ischemia - ir:ir-batch6-127339810:23:12 2016-05-31
Mechanisms that result in damage during and following cerebral ischemia - ir:ir-batch6-127437710:23:17 2016-05-31
Adenosine release from the spinal cord may mediate antinodideption by intracerebroventricular morphine - ir:ir-batch6-621347110:23:44 2016-05-31
Activation of adenosine receptors protects neurons from ischemia-induced death - ir:ir-batch6-621543710:23:46 2016-05-31
5-Hydroxytryptamine releases adenosine from primary afferent nerve terminals in the spinal cord - ir:ir-batch6-620242210:23:59 2016-05-31
Adenosine A1 receptor activation preferentially protects cultured cerebellar neurons versus astrocytes against hypoxia-induced death - ir:ir-batch6-127241710:24:01 2016-05-31
Morphine-evoked release of adenosine from the spinal cord occurs via a dipyridamole-sensitive carrier - ir:ir-batch6-622741710:24:06 2016-05-31
Adenosine agonist reduces hypoxia-ischemia induced cell death in the hippocampus of male rats - ir:ir-batch6-622143710:24:14 2016-05-31
The adenosine agonist CPA inhibits necrosis but promotes apoptosis induced by simulated ischemia in neuronal cultures - ir:ir-batch6-621842910:24:25 2016-05-31
Desensitization of adenosine receptors during brain hypoxia limits the neuroprotective effects of adenosine - ir:ir-batch6-620346410:24:30 2016-05-31
Biochemical evidence that dihydropyridine and BABA8 receptors interact with G0 and G respectively - ir:ir-batch6-621441010:24:39 2016-05-31
Morphine releases endogenous adenosine from the spinal cord in vivo - ir:ir-batch6-129142210:24:47 2016-05-31
Effect of intrathecal pretreatment with neurotoxins on adenosine release from rat spinal cord synaptosomes - ir:ir-batch6-621144510:25:11 2016-05-31
5-Hydroxytryptamine releases adenosine and cyclic AMP from primary afferent nerve terminals in the spinal cord in vivo - ir:ir-batch6-128640310:25:49 2016-05-31
Morphine releases adenosine from capsaicin-sensitive neurons in the spinal cord - ir:ir-batch6-622340910:26:10 2016-05-31
Adenosine A1 receptor agonists prevent delayed neuronal death following ischemia - ir:ir-batch6-621640810:26:34 2016-05-31
Adenosine A1 receptors precondition the rat brain against hypoxia-ischemia damage one day later - ir:ir-batch6-621942510:26:40 2016-05-31
Cranberry phenolics - ir:ir-batch6-620745210:26:49 2016-05-31
Pertussis toxin treatment increases glutamate release and dihydropyridine binding sites in cultured rat cerebellar granule neurons - ir:ir-batch6-128049610:26:52 2016-05-31
Evidence that substance P may be a modulator rather than a transmitter of noxious mechanical stimulation - ir:ir-batch6-129241210:27:19 2016-05-31
Adenosine release by morphine and spinal antinociception - ir:ir-batch6-128540110:27:43 2016-05-31
Morphine-evoked release of adenosine from the spinal cord occurs via a nucleoside carrier with differential sensitivity to dipyridamole and nitrobenzylthioinosine - ir:ir-batch6-127842511:33:04 2016-05-31
Pertussis toxin inhibits morphine-induced release of adenosine from the spinal cord - ir:ir-batch6-620141510:27:51 2016-05-31
PLoS ONE - ir:1149620110:08:12 2016-05-31
Investigation of the effects of cranberry fractions on atherosclerosis in mice - ir:ir-batch6-623847610:28:31 2016-05-31
Choice of diet impacts the incidence of stroke-related symptoms in the spontaneously hypertensive stroke-prone rat model - ir:558567510:30:58 2016-05-31
Feeding blueberry diets inhibits angiotensin II-converting enzyme (ACE) activity in spontaneously hypertensive stroke-prone rats - ir:92971707:10:16 2016-05-31
Inhibition of matrix metalloproteinase activity in DU145 human prostate cancer cells by flavonoids from lowbush blueberry (Vaccinium angustifolium) - ir:ir-batch6-126957410:31:16 2016-05-31
Flavonoids from lowbush blueberry decrease matrix metalloproteinase activity in human prostate cancer cells - ir:ir-batch6-107859410:31:18 2016-05-31
Feeding rats diets enriched in lowbush blueberries for six weeks decreases ischemia-induced brain damage - ir:ir-batch6-127156910:31:21 2016-05-31
Anthocyanins isolated from lowbush blueberries (Vaccinium Angustifolium) inhibit oxidative stress-induced nitrite accumulation and NOS induction in cultured cerebellar granule neurons - ir:ir-batch6-623456210:31:23 2016-05-31
Blueberry flavonoids inhibit matrix metalloproteinase activity in DU145 human prostate cancer cells - ir:ir-batch6-126855610:31:27 2016-05-31
MALDI-TOF MS characterization of proanthocyanidins from cranberry fruit (Vaccinium macrocarpon) that inhibit tumor cell growth and matrix metalloproteinase expression in vitro - ir:ir-batch6-107056510:15:27 2016-05-31
Protective effects of flavonoids from cranberry on rat neurons and vascular cells. - ir:ir-batch6-107653010:15:43 2016-05-31
Extracts from wild blueberries (Vaccinium angustifolium) reduce markers of LPS-induced inflammation in the rat - ir:ir-batch6-623551410:31:30 2016-05-31
Proanthocyanidins, anthocyanins, and triterpenoids from cranberry fruits - ir:ir-batch6-107556410:20:38 2016-05-31
Cyclopentyladenosine decreases apoptotic cell death in cerebellar granule neurons after oxygen-glucose deprivation - ir:ir-batch6-622047710:30:23 2016-05-31
Antioxidant rich fractioins isolated from cranberries reduce neuronal death in response to simulated ischemic stroke and reperfusion injury in vitro - ir:ir-batch6-623352910:31:32 2016-05-31
A1-adenosine receptor activation several hours before stroke decreases necrotic and apoptotic death in vitro and in vivo - ir:ir-batch6-622244710:30:34 2016-05-31
Lowbush blueberry consumption reduces atherosclerotic plaque size in hypercholesterolemic rabbits - ir:ir-batch6-623254910:31:35 2016-05-31
Wild blueberry extracts produce modest improvements in predictors of cardiovascular disease in cholesterol fed rabbits - ir:ir-batch6-622650210:31:37 2016-05-31
Protective effects of flavonoids from cranberries on rat neurons and vascular cells. - ir:ir-batch6-107247310:27:32 2016-05-31
Short term diets enriched with wild blueberries decrease stroke severity in rats - ir:ir-batch6-622547510:31:39 2016-05-31
Cranberries and wild blueberries treated with gastrointestinal enzymes positively modify glutathione mechanisms in Caco-2 cells In vitro - ir:621863110:31:03 2016-05-31
Antihypertensive effects of apple peel extract on spontaneously hypertensive rats - ir:1332321910:31:05 2016-05-31
Choice of diet impacts the incidence of stroke in the spontaneously hypertensive stroke-prone rat model - ir:ir-batch6-624055210:31:42 2016-05-31
Blueberry supplementation lowers iNOS but not COX-2 expression in LPS challenged rats - ir:ir-batch6-623954110:31:44 2016-05-31
Blueberry diets delay the onset of hypertension and reduce insulin resistance in spontaneously hypertensive stroke prone rats - ir:ir-batch6-623755210:31:47 2016-05-31
Blueberry diets improve glucose tolerance and reduces oxidative stress in spontaneously hypertensive stroke-prone rats - ir:ir-batch6-624156010:31:50 2016-05-31
Probiotics do not enhance anti-hypertensive effect of blueberry diets in hypertensive rats - ir:1134036010:31:08 2016-05-31
Blueberry puree increases HDL-cholesterol in rats - ir:1134527710:31:11 2016-05-31
PLOS ONE - ir:1490720610:31:14 2016-05-31
Nutritional quality of children’s school lunches - ir:436381210:08:10 2016-05-31