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2011

Beleznai, T., Takano, H., Hamill, C., Yarova, P., Douglas, G., Channon, K. and Dora, K., 2011. Enhanced K+-channel-mediated endothelium-dependent local and conducted dilation of small mesenteric arteries from ApoE -/- mice. Cardiovascular Research, 92 (2), pp. 199-208.

Garland, C. J., Yarova, P. L., Jiménez-Altayó, F. and Dora, K. A., 2011. Vascular hyperpolarization to β-adrenoceptor agonists evokes spreading dilatation in rat isolated mesenteric arteries. British Journal of Pharmacology, 164 (3), pp. 913-921.

Iarova, P. L., 2011. Mechanisms underlying the endothelium-dependent modulation of vascular tone. Thesis (Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)). University of Bath. Item availability may be restricted.

Yuill, K. H., Yarova, P., Kemp-Harper, B. K., Garland, C. J. and Dora, K. A., 2011. A novel role for HNO in local and spreading vasodilatation in rat mesenteric resistance arteries. Antioxidants & Redox Signaling, 14 (9), pp. 1625-1635.

Yarova, P., Garland, C. and Dora, K., 2011. A role for β-adrenoreceptors in conducted vasodilation. In: Experimental Biology 2011, 2011-04-09 - 2011-04-13, Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington, DC.

Yarova, P., Garland, C. and Dora, K., 2011. Regulation of local and spreading dilatation by endothelium during β-adrenoceptor signalling in the pressurized small mesenteric arteries. In: 10th International Symposium on Resistance Arteries, 2011-05-08 - 2011-05-12, Comwell Rebild Bakker, Rebild.

2010

Yarova, P. L., Garland, C. J. and Dora, K. A., 2010. Vasodilatation to NO- in rat small mesenteric arteries; a role for potassium channels. In: WorldPharma 2010, 16th IUPHAR World Congress: Basic and Clinical Pharmacology, 2010-07-17 - 2010-07-23, Copenhagen.

Moskalenko, A. V., Yarova, P. L., Gordeev, S. N. and Smirnov, S. V., 2010. Single protein molecule mapping with magnetic atomic force microscopy. Biophysical Journal, 98 (3), pp. 478-487.

Yarova, P., Garland, C. and Dora, K., 2010. A novel role for endogenous nitroxyl anion in local and spreading vasodilatation in rat small resistance arteries. In: Oxford BHF CRE Annual Symposium, 2010-01-01, BHF Centre of Research Excellence, Said Business School, Oxford.

Iarova, P. L., Garland, C. J. and Dora, K. A., 2010. Activation of β-adrenoceptors evokes local and spreading dilatation in rat isolated mesenteric arteries. In: 60th Annual British Microcirculation Meeting, 2010-01-01, Peninsula Medical School, Exeter.

Yarova, P., Garland, C. and Dora, K., 2010. The agonist used to generate tone affects the decay of spreading vasodilatation in rat mesenteric arteries. In: 9th World Congress for Microcirculation, 2010-01-01, Maison de la Chimie, Paris.

2009

Rodríguez-Rodríguez, R., Yarova, P., Winter, P. and Dora, K. A., 2009. Desensitization of endothelial P2Y1 receptors by PKC-dependent mechanisms in pressurized rat small mesenteric arteries. British Journal of Pharmacology, 158 (6), pp. 1609-1620.

Yarova, P. L., Garland, C. J. and Dora, K. A., 2009. Negative cross-talk between endothelial M3-muscarinic and β-adrenoceptors in rat resistance mesenteric arteries. In: Young Physiologists' Symposium: Ion Channels and Receptors in Cell Physiology, 2009-01-01, University of Leicester, Leicester.

Yarova, P. L., Garland, C. J. and Dora, K. A., 2009. β-adrenergic receptors differentially modulate local and spreading vasodilatation evoked by endothelial cell muscarinic receptors in rat pressurized mesenteric arteries. In: BPS Winter Meeting, 2009-01-01, Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London.

2007

Telezhkin, V. S., Yarova, P. L., Garland, C. J. and Dora, K. A., 2007. Isolated endothelial cells from rat mesenteric artery display spontaneous outward currents. In: The Physiological Society Meeting: Ion Channels and the Microcirculation, 2007-01-01, Queen's College, Belfast.

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