Cambridge, England, September 11-14, 2011

Posters II

Tuesday, 13. September 2011

12:00 - 14:00

- General Physiology, Development, and Aging
- Renal, Fluid and Electrolyte Physiology and Renal Disease
- Immunology, Inflammation, and Cancer

Post-Transcriptional Regulation of edn1 mRNA in Kidney Collecting Duct Cells
Mollie E. Jacobs, Amanda K. Welch, Charles S. Wingo, Brian D. Cain

Reduced NO production rapidly aggravates renal function through the NF-κB/ET-1/ETA receptor pathway in DOCA-salt-induced hypertensive rats.
Mamoru Ohkita, Kimihiro Kimura, Maki Koyama, Yasuo Matsumura

Endothelin-1 increases superoxide production in human coronary artery bypass grafts 
Ruha Cerrato, Colin Cunnington, Mark Crabtree, John Pernow, Keith Channon, Felix Böhm

Endothelin-1 release from endothelial cells from blood vessels compared with those derived from stem cell sources
Daniel M Reed, Gabor Foldes, Nadire N Ali, Anna M Randi, Richard D Starke, Koralia E Paschalaki, Sian E Harding, Jane A Mitchell

Macitentan, a dual ET receptor antagonist, prevents nephropathy in type 2 diabetes.
Shali Chen, Subhrojit Sen, Biao Feng, Marc Iglarz, Subrata Chakrabarti

Involvement of the endothelin system in the pathogenesis of renal ischemic damage in an experimental diabetic rat model
Niroz Abu-Saleh, Elena Ovcharenko, Hoda Awad, Ilia Goltsman, Morir Khamaisi, Joseph Winaver, Zaid Abassi

Mouse inner medullary collecting duct-3 cell NO production is regulated by ET-1, but NOS1 and NOS3 expression are not
Kelly Hyndman, Alexander MacDonell, Jennifer Pollock

High salt diet increases collecting duct NO production similarly from wild type and endothelial cell ET-1 knockout mice
Kelly Hyndman, Alexander MacDonell, Kathleen Buckley, Jennifer Pollock

Endothelin-1 stimulates motility of head and neck squamous carcinoma cells by promoting stromal-epithelial interactions 
Emma Hinsley, Stuart Hunt, Keith Hunter, Simon Whawell, Daniel Lambert

Characterisation of Endothelin-1 binding sites in colorectal cancer and antagonistic action of the Endothelin A receptor antagonist Zibotentan (ZD4054).
Samer-ul Haque, Marilena Loizidou, Xu Shiwen, David Abraham, Noreen Farooqui, Hazel Welch, Olagunju Ogunbiyi, Michael Dashwood

Endothelin axis autocrine loop is positively regulated by the interplay between ET-1 and hypoxia-inducible factor-1 alpha in melanoma cells
Francesca Spinella, Valentina Caprara, Roberta Cianfrocca, laura Rosanò, Valeriana Di Castro, Pier Giorgio Natali, Anna Bagnato

Endothelin-induced astrocytic amyloid production: A neurovascular culprit in the pathogenesis of Alzheimer's disease?
Fung-Kwan Lee, Sookja K Chung, Paul M Vanhoutte, Andrew CK Law

The ET-1 / Endothelin A receptor axis for the integrity of the glomerular filtration barrier under diabetes in mice
Nicolas Vignon-Zellweger, Bambang Widyantoro, Susi Heiden, Kazuhiko Nakayama, Keiko Yagi, Masashi Yanagisawa, Noriaki Emoto

Endothelin partially mediates interleukin-1b-induced upregulation of nitric oxide synthase isoforms in the kidney but does not mediate the diuretic effect of chronic interleukin-1b infusion
Erika I Boesen, David M. Pollock

Factors responsible for changes in the cord blood endothelin-1 levels of neonates
Anil Gulati@, Bhagya L Puppala*, Manish Lavhale@, Ramona Donovan^ and Lorene Schweig

Novel role of G protein-coupled estrogen Receptor GPER/GPR30 as a regulator of intracellular calcium concentration during endothelin-1-induced arterial vasoconstriction
Matthias R. Meyer, Angela Field, Nancy L. Kanagy, Eric R. Prossnitz

Mediators of the physiological and pathological cardiac hypertrophic response elicit their effects through paracrine/autocrine endothelin-1 induction of InsP3-mediated calcium signalling
H. L. Roderick