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ISSN 0067-2084

Volume 44



AuPS/ASCEPT/HBPRCA 2011 Perth Meeting

Symposium: Fundamental mechanisms of function of the normal and diseased heart
Role of the cytoskeleton in communication between L-type Ca2+ channels and mitochondria
H.M. Viola & L.C. Hool 1

AuPS/ASB/PSNZ 2012 Sydney Meeting

Symposium: Brain dysfunction and translational neurophysiology
Diffuse traumatic brain injury and the sensory brain
D.S. Alwis, V. Johnstone, E. Yan & R. Rajan 13
Symposium: Developments in auditory and vestibular physiology
The neural basis of new clinical vestibular tests: otolithic neural responses to sound and vibration
I.S. Curthoys, V. Vulovic, A.M. Burgess, L. Manzari, L. Sokolic, J. Pogson, M. Robins, L.E. Mezey, S. Goonetilleke, E.D. Cornell, H.G. MacDougall 27
Symposium: New insights into cardiac Ca2+ handling and excitability
Dysfunctional intracellular calcium cycling in cardiac alternans
J.N. Edwards and L.A. Blatter 39
Symposium: Integrative physiology of the heart
Multiscale measurement of cardiac energetics
S. Goo, T. Pham, J-C. Han, P. Nielsen, A. Taberner, A. Hickey & D.S. Loiselle 49
Symposium: Advances in methods for intestinal motility
Update on gastric dysrhythmia: pathophysiology, clinical significance and future horizons
G. O’Grady, T. Wang, P. Du, T.R. Angeli, W.J.E.P. Lammers & L.K. Cheng 63
Mathematical modelling of enteric neural motor patterns
J.D. Chambers, E.A. Thomas & J.C. Bornstein 75
Pathophysiologic, translational and clinical aspects of postoperative ileus – A review
R. Vather, G. O'Grady, I.P. Bissett & P.G. Dinning 89
Symposium: A vignette of TRP ion channel physiology
Proteolytic regulation of TRP channels: Implications for pain and neurogenic inflammation
N.A. Veldhuis & N.W. Bunnett 101
Symposium: Muscular adaptation to exercise: mechanisms at play
Ramping up the signal: Promoting endurance training adaptation in skeletal muscle by nutritional manipulation
J.A. Hawley & J.P. Morton 109

AuPS 2013 Geelong Meeting

The flipped classroom in physiology education
AuPS Invited Lecture
The role of physiology in understanding muscle wasting, adaptation and plasticity
G.S. Lynch1P
Roberts Lecture
Learning and teaching: The rear view mirror, and the road ahead
D.A. Saint2P
Symposium: PPE - the use of Peers in Physiology Education
How does student peer review influence perceptions, engagement and academic outcomes? A case study
R.A. Mulder, C. Baik, R. Naylor & J.M. Pearce3P
Improving learning experience through student peer mentoring in laboratory classes
K. Tangalakis, R. Klein, D.H. Hryciw & A. Hayes4P
Use of peer feedback to enhance engagement in a physiology cohort
K. Colthorpe & X. Chen5P
Peer assisted study sessions to develop understanding of physiology in a mature age cohort
D.H. Hryciw, K. Tangalakis & G. Best6P
Symposium: Molecular physiology of inherited heart diseases
Clinical overview of inherited heart disease
M.J. Perrin7P
Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and contractile proteins
C. Semsarian8P
IPSC-derived cardiomyocytes as a model for studying mechanisms of repolarization and disease in the developing heart: focus on hERG isoforms
G.A. Robertson, D.K. Jones & F. Liu9P
Dilated cardiomyopathy and structural proteins
D. Fatkin11P
Catecholaminergic polymorphic ventricular tachycardia and calcium handling proteins
D.R. Laver, M.S. Imtiaz, D. Mehra, D.F. van Helden & B.C. Knollmann12P
Free communications: Muscle metabolism and cell signalling
Citrulline protects muscle cells from wasting in an mTOR independent manner in vitro
D.J. Ham, M.K. Caldow, G.S. Lynch & R. Koopman13P
Genetic over-expression of a dominant negative activin receptor preserves muscle mass in a model of muscle wasting
O.D. Robertson, J.R. Davey, C.E. Winbanks, R. Koopman & P. Gregorevic14P
Despecification of myogenic C2C12 cells via metabolic reprogramming
C.H. Ly, G.S. Lynch & J.G. Ryall15P
Role of selenoprotein S (SEPS1) in regulating skeletal muscle metabolic stress responses
C.-H. Weng, S.D. Martin, V.C. Foletta, F.M. Collier, X.A. Conlan, S.L. McGee, K.R. Walder, S. Andrikopoulos & N. Stupka16P
STARS increases skeletal muscle cell proliferation and differentiation
M.A. Wallace, S. Lamon & A.P. Russell17P
Bone Morphogenetic Protein (BMP) signalling is a positive regulator of skeletal muscle mass
C.E. Winbanks, J.L. Chen, H. Qian, Y. Liu, B.C. Bernardo, C. Beyer, K.I. Watt, R.E. Thomson, T. Connor, B.J. Turner, J.R. McMullen, L. Larsson, S.L. McGee, C.A. Harrison & P. Gregorevic18P
Symposium: Molecular control of skeletal muscle health in exercise and disease
Estrogen-related receptors and their role in skeletal muscle metabolism
Y. Cho, B.C. Hazen, J. Auwerx, A.P. Russell & A. Kralli19P
PGC-1/ERRα regulation of muscle growth
A.P. Russell20P
The nuclear receptor, Nor-1, in skeletal muscle effects expression of Z-disk/sarcomeric binding proteins, and intracellular recycling
L.M. Goode, M.A. Pearen, R.L. Fitzsimmons, S-C.M. Wang & G.E.O. Muscat21P
Class IIa histone deacetylase control of muscle metabolism
S.L. McGee22P
Symposium: Epithelial membrane transport
Regulation of intestinal phosphate transport
M. Levi23P
Regulation of the epithelial Na+ channel (ENaC) by kinases
D.I. Cook, I.H. Lee, S.H. Song & A. Dinudom24P
Reabsorption of glucose in the proximal tubule occurs predominantly via the sodium glucose cotransporter
A. Mather25P
Regulation of epithelial function by protein diet
S. Broer26P
Free communications: Applied exercise physiology
Sheep as a large mammal model for investigating insulin sensitising effects of exercise
G.K. McConell, G. Kaur, F. Falcao-Tebas, Y.H. Hong & K. L Gatford27P
Depressd resting myofibrillar protein synthesis induced by short-term energy deficit is up-regulated by resistance exercise and post-exercise protein ingestion
J.L. Areta, L.M. Burke, D.M. Camera, D.W.D. West, S. Crawshay, D.R. Moore, T. Stellingwerff, S.M. Phillips, J.A. Hawley & V.G. Coffey28P
High-intensity interval training in older adults does not upregulate the Na+,K+-ATPase isoforms measured in whole muscle homogenate, but shows fibre type specific upregulation when analysed in single fibres
V.L. Wyckelsma, R.M. Murphy, I. Levinger, A.C. Petersen & M.J. McKenna29P
The effects of short-term unloading and re-training on skeletal muscle function and Na+,K+-ATPase abundance in humans
B.D. Perry, C. Steward, M. Anderson, N.K. Stepto, I. Levinger, A.C. Petersen & M.J. McKenna30P
Heart rate kinetics as an indicator of recovery from cold water immersion – An investigation of both sprint and endurance exercise
C.W. Twaddell, A. Balloch, S. Roberts & S.A. Warmington31P
Reactivity to psychological stress in premenopausal women: Impact of cardiorespiratory fitness and cardio-metabolic risk
S.U. Jayasinghe, S.J. Torres, S.F. Fraser & A.I. Turner32P
Exercise duration and blood lactate concentrations in moderate and low intensity of cycle ergometry
J. Yamauchi, K.E. Kobayashi, N. Morita & T. Hashimoto33P
Skeletal muscle heat shock protein response to lower limb unloading and reloading in humans
A.C. Petersen, B.D. Perry, I. Levinger, R.S.F. Oliveira, C. Steward & M.J. McKenna34P
Nicotinic receptors on capsaicin-sensitive sensory afferents modulate peristalsis in the mouse renal pelvis
R.J. Lang, M.J. Nguyen & H. Hashitani35P
Transports of phosphate and arsenate by everted gut sacs: a comparison
J.P. Rao36P
Sub-urothelial KCNQ+ interstitial cells modulate peristalsis in the mouse renal pelvis
M.J. Nguyen, K. Ohta, J. Iqbal, H. Hashitani, K.I. Nakamura & R.J. Lang37P
Enhancing mesenteric lymphatic transport to target the sphingosine-1-phosphate receptor
E.Y. Cao, N.L. Trevaskis, L.J. Hu, G. Christopolous, L. Aurelio, P.M. Sexton, B.L. Flynn & C.J.H. Porter38P
Glucose homeostasis regulation: reversible lysine acetylation of GAPDH
K.F. Howlett, S. Bond, K.R. Walder & S.L. McGee39P
Perceptual responses to blood flow restriction resistance exercise
C.R. Brandner, D.J. Kidgell & S.A. Warmington40P
Understanding the role of neutral amino acids in insulin resistance
Y. Jiang, A. Broer & S. Broer41P
The acute haemodynamic responses of young and older men to resistance and aerobic modes of blood-flow restriction exercise
A.K. May, C.A. Staunton, C.R. Brandner & S.A. Warmington42P
H2O2 and paracetamol-induced oxidative stress initiates TRPM2 channel trafficking to the plasma membrane in rat hepatocytes
E. Kheradpezhouh, G.J. Barritt & G.Y. Rychkov43P
Augmented CaMKII recruitment despite less reperfusion arrhythmias in female hearts – a matter of differential post-translational modification of CaMKII splice variants?
J.R. Bell, A.J.A. Raaijmakers, M.E. Reichelt, C.L. Curl & L.M.D. Delbridge44P
Investigating involvement of store-operated channel in stretch-induced axonal injury
Y. Li, V.L. Benson, D.G. Allen & Y.K. Ju45P
Elevated cardiac AngII exacerbates structural and mechanical diabetic myocardial pathology in normotensive mice
M.E. Reichelt, C. Chandramouli, Z. Chan, K.M. Mellor, R.H. Ritchie, C.L. Curl & L.M.D. Delbridge46P
In vitro characterization of interactions between junctin and ryanodine receptors
L. Li, S. Mirza, N.A. Beard & A.F. Dulhunty47P
Quantitative assessment of lymphatic function by near infrared imaging technique
Y. Abdulla, P. Jobling, D.F. van Helden & M.S. Imtiaz48P
CLIC-2, FKBP12.0 and FKBP12.6 association with ryanodine receptor calcium release channels
G.A. Steele, N.A. Beard, P.G. Board & A.F. Dulhunty49P
Developing novel high performance computing approaches to cardiac simulation
A. Sadrieh, S. McMahon, J.A. Taylor, J.I. Vandenberg & A.P. Hill50P
Inhibition of RyR2 from healthy and failing human hearts by calmodulin
K. Walweel, N.A. Beard, D.F. van Helden, M.S. Imtiaz, P. Molenaar & D.R. Laver51P
Looking beyond the laboratory: Finding time to develop global perspective in a content-driven physiology unit
S.J. Etherington52P
Heat therapy effects on skeletal muscle heat shock proteins in the elderly
S. Allami, A.C. Petersen & A. Hayes53P
Protein expression and localization of αB-crystallin in muscles of mdx dystrophic mice
N.T. Frankenberg & G.S. Lynch54P
The effect of a yearly dose of vitamin D on skeletal muscle function
N. Andreacchio, C.A. Timpani, E.D. Hanson, K.M. Sanders & A. Hayes55P
Taurine supplementation can improve tibialis anterior force production and muscle architecture: A comparison between the 28 and 70 day old mdx mouse model of Duchenne muscular dystrophy
R.G. Barker, C. van der Poel, R.M. Murphy & D. Horvath56P
Glucocorticoids regulate extracellular matrix gene expression of the ADAMTS5-versican enzyme-substrate axis in C2C12 skeletal muscle cells
N.L. McRae, D.R. McCulloch & N. Stupka57P
KLHL41, a BTB-Kelch protein, is critical for skeletal muscle function
G. Ravenscroft, E.J. Todd, V.A. Gupta, R. Shaheen, L.C. Swanson, C. Hsu, N.F. Clarke, M. Farrar, N.D. Manton, E.M. Thompson, S.A. Sandaradura, K.N. North, C. Wallgren-Pettersson, N. Matsumoto, A.H. Beggs & N.G. Laing58P
Serum miRNAs as potential biomarkers for assessing skeletal muscle regeneration
C. van der Poel, C.J. Taylor & J.E. Church59P
BRSK1 is required for myogenic differentiation of muscle precursor cells
X. Yan, K. Nakano, D. An, M.F. Hirshman & L.J. Goodyear60P
Ca2+ uptake by the tubular (t-) system membrane of rat fast-twitch muscle
T.R. Cully, J.N. Edwards, T.R. Shannon & B.S. Launikonis61P
The contractile properties of slow and fast skeletal muscle from protease activated receptor-2 null mice
J. Lam, G.J. Pinniger, C.N. Pagel, E.J. Mackie & A.J. Bakker62P
Effects of contracting muscle mass on arterial plasma [K+] and fatigue during exercise
T.M. Farr, A.C. Petersen, B.D. Perry, R. Smith, M. Anderson & M.J. McKenna152P
Symposium: Intricacies of type 2 diabetes
Identification of targeted insulin secretion in pancreatic beta cells: evidence for an endocrine synapse
P. Thorn, J.T. Low, M. Zavortink, J. Mitchell, C. Schwiening & H. Gaisano63P
Islet β cell dysfunction in type 2 diabetes – can we save the β cell?
S. Andrikopoulos64P
Liver insulin resistance and ceramides
A.J. Hoy65P
Skeletal muscle and insulin resistance – a focus on mitochondria
G.D. Wadley66P
Symposium: Aquaporin channels in the nervous system as therapeutic targets
Role of aquaporin channels in spinal cord and implications for treatment of syringomyelia
M.A. Stoodley67P
A novel approach to the treatment cerebral oedema following trauma: modulation of Aquaporin 4 water channels
R.J. Turner, J.L. Burton, K.A. Mander & R. Vink68P
Blocking aquaporins inhibits brain cancer cell migration
T.G. Johns, V. Dubljevic & A.J. Yool69P
Advances in drug discovery for aquaporin channels
A.J. Yool70P
Free communications: Muscle/sarcoplasmic reticulum
The effects of increasing extramitochondrial calcium concentration on mitochondrial function in dystrophic muscle
C.A. Timpani, A. Hayes & E. Rybalka71P
The effect of dietary vitamin D manipulation on skeletal muscle function in mice
E.D. Hanson, J. Truong, A. Zulli, K.M. Sanders & A. Hayes72P
Stretch-induced force enhancement studied with myosin inhibitors and by varying temperature
G.J. Pinniger, G.W. Offer & K.W. Ranatunga73P
Properties of regenerated EDL mouse muscle following notexin injury
S.I. Head, P.J. Houweling, S. Chan, G. Chen & E.C. Hardeman74P
An experimentally derived Ca2+ model for the studying effects of drugs on cardiac myocytes
M.S. Imtiaz, D.F. van Helden & D.R. Laver75P
Sarcoplasmic reticulum Ca2+ leak in human skeletal muscle fibres is not altered with age
C.R. Lamboley, V.L. Wyckelsma, R.M. Murphy, M.J. McKenna & G.D. Lamb76P
Symposium: Releasing pattern of pituitary hormones
Pulsatile GH secreting profiles in positive energy balance in mice
C. Chen77P
Navigating pituitary structure and function - defining a roadmap for hormone secretion
P. Mollard78P
Patterns of secretion of hypothalamic hormones
I.J. Clarke79P
Plasticity in neuroendocrine circuits controlling prolactin secretion: changing patterns of secretion to meet physiological demand
D.R. Grattan80P
Symposium: Sarcoplasmic reticulum proteins in myopathy
Mapping domains and functional effect of mutations in the skeletal muscle ryanodine receptor calcium release channel
S. Treves & F. Zorzato81P
Cardiac ryanodine receptor mutations linked to arrhythmia and sudden death alter the threshold for store-overload-induced Ca2+ release
P.P. Jones, J. Zhang, J. McLay & S.R. Chen82P
Diagnosis of inherited myopathies: next generation sequencing in action
K.N. North83P
Stress-induced thiol modification and phosphorylation in striated muscle disorders
N.A. Beard, A.D. Hanna, K. Walweel, D.R. Laver & A.F. Dulhunty84P
Free communications: Exercise physiology and signalling
Single muscle fibre analysis of proteins important for glycogen metabolism in skeletal muscle from trained cyclists following varying bouts of exercise
B.P. Frankish, S.C. Lane, J.L. Areta, D.I. Stapleton, J.A. Hawley & R.M. Murphy85P
Characterizing the expression of Muscle Ankyrin Repeat Proteins at rest and in response to high intensity power resistance exercise in trained human muscle
S.G. Wette, R.M. Murphy & H.K. Smith86P
Regulation of skeletal muscle microRNAs in young and old adults following acute resistance exercise
E. Zacharewicz, S. Lamon, P.A. Della Gatta, J. Reynolds & A.P. Russell87P
Effects of protein ingestion on muscle protein synthesis and mRNA expression following consecutive resistance and endurance exercise
D.M. Camera, D.W.D. West, S.M. Phillips, J.A. Hawley & V.G. Coffey88P
Ammonium chloride ingestion increases resting mRNA content, but blunts exercise-induced mRNA levels in human skeletal muscle
D.J. Bishop, J. Edge, T. Mundel, H. Pilegaard, E. Hawke, N. Lopez-Villalobos & R. da Silva Fermino de Oliveira89P
The role and regulation of skeletal muscle microRNAs in response to exercise
S. Lamon, E. Zacharewicz & A.P. Russell90P
Altering the redox state of skeletal muscle by glutathione depletion increases the exercise-activation of PGC-1α
N.A. Strobel, A. Matsumoto, J.M. Peake, S.A. Marsh, T. Peternelj, D. Briskey, R.G. Fassett, J.S. Coombes & G.D. Wadley91P
Effect of ageing and exercise training on myokine expression responses to acute exercise
P.A. Della Gatta, M.M. Farnfield, J.M. Peake, A.P. Garnham & D. Cameron-Smith93P
Symposium: High intensity intermittent exercise and training
High-intensity interval training for health and performance: A polarized perspective
J.A. Hawley94P
Application of HIT to people with metabolic disorders
M.J. Gibala95P
Acute physiological responses to a single bout of high-intensity intermittent exercise: Implications for health promotion in obesity, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) and cardiovascular disease
N.K. Stepto96P
High intensity interval training and intramuscular lipid metabolism in healthy and obese humans
C.S. Shaw97P
Symposium: Gastrointestinal Function and Metabolism
Gastrointestinal fat sensing – implications for appetite regulation and disorders of impaired GI nutrient sensing
C. Feinle-Bisset98P
Intestinal lymphatic transport of lipids and drugs are promoted by systemic and dietary triglyceride: implications for health and disease
N.L. Trevaskis, S.M. Caliph, S. Han, E.Y. Cao, G. Gracia, M. Loosli, L.J. Hu & C.J.H. Porter99P
Enteroendocrine cell signalling: implications in the GI tract and beyond
D.J. Keating100P
Free communications: Cardiovascular
Impaired postischemic contractile recovery in male mice overexpressing aromatase
G.B. Bernasochi, J.R. Bell, S.J. Ellem, G.P. Risbridger & L.M.D. Delbridge101P
Cardiac functional recovery post ischemia/reperfusion is impaired by cardiomyocyte mineralocorticoid receptor activation in male and female hearts
L.A. Bienvenu, M.E. Reichelt, J. Morgan, L.M.D. Delbridge & M.J. Young102P
Insulin-induced glycogen accumulation is associated with increased glycogen-autophagy in hyperglycaemic cardiomyocytes
U. Varma, K.M. Mellor, C. Chevalier, W.F. Meeker, D.I. Stapleton & L.M.D. Delbridge103P
Loss of the peripheral molecular clock blunts the cardiac response to mineralocorticoid induced cardiovascular disease
E.K. Fletcher, L.M.D. Delbridge & M.J. Young104P
The involvement of TRPC3 channels in sinoatrial arrhythmias
Y.K. Ju, M. Lei, S. Trajanovska, G. Hao & D.G. Allen105P
Systems analysis of clinical variability in cardiac electrical phenotypes
A. Sadrieh, L. Domanski, J. Pitt-Francis, S.A. Mann, E.C. Hodkinson, J.A. Taylor, D. Gavaghan, R.N. Subbiah, J.I. Vandenberg & A.P. Hill106P
Altered cardiac leptin signalling in offspring born small for gestational age
S. van der Linde, T. Romano, G.D. Wadley, A.J. Jeffries, M.E. Wlodek & D.H. Hryciw107P
Impacts of experimental type-1 diabetes on cardiac function are not the same in male and female STZ-treated mice
M.E. Reichelt, C. Chandramouli, L.A. Bienvenu, Z. Chan, C.L. Curl, R.H. Ritchie & L.M.D. Delbridge108P
Symposium: Dietary protein in health and disease
Nutrient-training interactions for maximising adaptation in skeletal muscle
V.G. Coffey109P
Dietary protein to attenuate muscle loss in the older population
L.J.C. van Loon110P
Specific amino acids that regulate muscle mass in health and disease
R. Koopman111P
Nutritional support in the ICU
I.B. Nyulasi112P
Symposium: Physiological roles of noncoding RNA in muscle
Can we achieve cardiac regeneration in humans?
M. Giacca113P
Regulation of physiological cardiac hypertrophy by microRNAs
B.C. Bernardo115P
microRNAs as regulators of myogenic differentiation and cell size
P. Gregorevic116P
MicroRNA control of cardiac regeneration
E.R. Porrello117P
Free communications: Neuroscience
Fatty acid metabolism in the hypothalamic parenchyma of mice is limited by transport across the blood brain barrier
V.R. Haynes, M.L. Borg, R.D. Brown & M.J. Watt118P
Identification of the different types of spinal afferent nerve ending that underlie pain perception from the large intestine using a novel anterograde tracing technique
M. Kyloh & N.J. Spencer119P
Dynamic regulation of the cochlea amplifier in response to contralateral noise
K.E. Froud, A.C.Y. Wong, M. Klugmann, J.P. Julien, A.F. Ryan & G.D. Housley120P
Differential cochlear afferent neuron response to BDNF in postnatal mouse lacking canonical transient receptor potential channel subtype 3 (TRPC3) expression
A.C.Y. Wong, A. Ng, L. Birnbaumer & G.D. Housley121P
Analysis of the gene expression response to a temporary reduction in hearing sensitivity
J.M.E. Cederholm, K.E. Froud, W. Kaplan, A.F. Ryan & G.D. Housley122P
Progesterone treatment does not appear to ameliorate sensory cortical responses or behaviour in diffuse traumatic brain injury
K. Richards, V.P.A. Johnstone, E. Yan & R. Rajan123P
Corticospinal plasticity and motor performance in older adults following alternate tDCS electrode arrangements
A.M. Goodwill, J. Reynolds, R.M. Daly & D.J. Kidgell124P
Age related changes in corticospinal excitability and motor function
A.T. Weier, R.M. Daly & D.J. Kidgell125P
Plenary Lecture
Calcium and arrhythmia: from genes to teens to better drugs
B.C. Knollmann126P
Symposium: Neuro control: Exercise and disease
Motor cortex plasticity and the influence of menstrual phase
M.I. Garry, E. Goss, C. Cashion, M. Lovell, R. Maunder, D. O'Donoghue & S. Lawless127P
Transcranial stimulation, exercise and motor cortex plasticity
D.J. Kidgell128P
Brain-computer interface robotic training and non-invasive brain stimulation for stroke rehabilitation: possibility or virtual reality?
W.P. Teo, L. Zhao, E. Chew, K.K. Ang, K.S. Phua, C.C. Wang & C. Guan129P
The long-term effects of sports concussion on motor cortex plasticity in retired Australian football players
A.J. Pearce130P
Free communications: Autonomic, GI and Kidney
Topical agents that inhibit lymphatic transport – a first aid against snakebite
D.F. van Helden, P.A. Thomas, P.J. Dosen, M.S. Imtiaz, D.R. Laver & G.K. Isbister131P
The cyanosed myocardium: evolutionary defence against reflex coronary vasoconstriction in vertebrates including man
S.W. White, D.B. Cottee & A.W. Quail132P
In vitro effects of hypolipidemic drugs on oxidative stress
K. Fatima Shad & A. Khalid133P
Are villi rigid structures during lumen flow?
Y.F. Lim, R.G. Lentle, P.W.M. Janssen, M.A.K. Williams, C. de Loubens, B.W. Mansel & P. Chambers134P
Collectrin forms a functional transport unit with SLC6 amino acid 2 transporters
S.J. Fairweather, S. Broer, A. Broer, M. O'Mara & N. Subramanian135P
Acute leptin exposure alters the expression of fibrotic mediators in renal proximal tubule cells in vitro
J.F. Briffa, K.A. Jenkin, E. Grinfeld, A.J. McAinch & D.H. Hryciw136P
Elevated CB1 and GPR55 cannabinoid receptor expression in proximal tubule cells and whole kidney exposed to diabetic conditions
K.A. Jenkin, A.J. McAinch, Y. Zhang, D.J. Kelly & D.H. Hryciw137P
Free communications: Muscle and cell signalling
Combinatorial gene therapy using viral vector technology to treat Duchenne muscular dystrophy
T.D. Colgan, K.T. Murphy, G.S. Lynch & P. Gregorevic138P
Investigating the effect of Heat Shock Protein 72 Induction on the Dystrophic Pathology of mdx and dko Mice
T. Kennedy, K. Swiderski, S.M. Gehrig, R. Koopman, K.T. Murphy, M.A. Febbraio & G.S. Lynch139P
PGC-1α and PGC-1β regulate creatine uptake via ERRα/CrT
E.L. Brown, A. Kralli, Y. Cho, R.J. Snow & A.P. Russell140P
AAV mediated over-expression of the β2-Adrenoceptor promotes skeletal muscle hypertrophy
A. Hagg, C.E. Winbanks, R.E. Thomson, T.D. Colgan, H. Qian, G.S. Lynch & P. Gregorevic141P
Synaptic failure and muscle weakness in anti-MuSK-Myasthenia gravis are exacerbated by cholinesterase inhibition
M. Morsch, S.W. Reddel, N. Ghazanfari, K.V. Toyka & W.D. Phillips142P
The overexpression of Ndrg2 promotes C2C12 myoblast proliferation
K. Anderson, A.P. Russell & V.C. Foletta143P
Symposium: Of mice and men - translating biological signals into functional regulation
Integrated control of muscle glucose uptake in health and disease - insights from transgenic mice
D.H. Wasserman144P
Time course of diet-induced hepatic and skeletal muscle insulin resistance - examining the mechanisms
C.R. Bruce145P
Skeletal muscle glucose metabolism in health and metabolic disease
R.S. Lee-Young146P
Generation of follistatin overexpressing db/db mice by AAV delivery ameliorates hyperglycemia and preserves pancreatic β-cell function
J.R. Davey, E. Estevez, R.E. Thomson, M. Whitman, T. Nguyen, H. Qian, M.T. Coughlan, M.A. Febbraio & P. Gregorevic147P
Symposium: Cardiac injury and stress
Hyperglycemic stress induces cardiac arrhythmia via O-linked glycosylation of CaMKII
J.R. Erickson148P
The role of the cytoskeleton in regulating mitochondrial function in cardiomyopathic states
H.M. Viola, T. Tsoutsman, C. Semsarian, C.E. Seidman & L.C. Hool149P
Sex steroid balance plays a role in ischemic vulnerability
J.R. Bell & L.M.D. Delbridge150P
Myocardial responses to metabolic stress – myocyte attrition and adaptation
L.M.D. Delbridge151P
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