Experimental Physiology

(The TQCC of Experimental Physiology is 15. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
Evidence for a release of brain-derived neurotrophic factor from the brain during exercise605
Non-invasive pulsatile arterial pressure and stroke volume changes from the human finger301
Protection from angiotensin II-induced cardiac hypertrophy and fibrosis by systemic lentiviral delivery of ACE2 in rats189
The new stereological methods for interpreting functional morphology from slices of cells and organs186
Purinergic signalling: from discovery to current developments173
Turnover of hyaluronan in synovial joints: elimination of labelled hyaluronan from the knee joint of the rabbit152
Neural regulation of inflammation: no neural connection from the vagus to splenic sympathetic neurons143
Possible role of calcium release from the sarcoplasmic reticulum in pacemaking in guinea-pig sino-atrial node132
Computational cardiac atlases: from patient to population and back107
Metalloproteinase production from macrophages - a perfect storm leading to atherosclerotic plaque rupture and myocardial infarction96
Defibrillation of the heart: insights into mechanisms from modelling studies76
Prorenin and (pro)renin receptor: a review of available data fromin vitrostudies and experimental models in rodents74
Automation of analysis of cardiovascular autonomic function from chronic measurements of arterial pressure in conscious rats70
Mitochondrial function, fibre types and ageing: new insights from human musclein vivo68
Rapid modulation of L-type calcium current by acutely applied oestrogens in isolated cardiac myocytes from human, guinea-pig and rat62
Selective transport of microparticles across Peyer's patch follicle-associated M cells from mice and rats62
NOX5: Molecular biology and pathophysiology60
Sympathovagal balance from heart rate variability: an obituary58
Electrical stimulation of the vagus increases extracellular glutamate recovered from the nucleus tractus solitarii of the cat by in vivo microdialysis57
Issues in the determination of ‘responders’ and ‘non‐responders’ in physiological research55
The effect of a hyposmotic shock on amino acid efflux from lactating rat mammary tissue: stimulation of taurine and glycine efflux via a pathway distinct from anion exchange and volume-activated anion55
Evidence of lactoferrin transportation into blood circulation from intestine via lymphatic pathway in adult rats52
Myonuclear domain size and myosin isoform expression in muscle fibres from mammals representing a 100 000-fold difference in body size51
Reliability of muscle blood flow and oxygen consumption response from exercise using near-infrared spectroscopy50
Moderate cardiac-selective overexpression of angiotensin II type 2 receptor protects cardiac functions from ischaemic injury50
Amylin-amide: a new bone-conserving peptide from the pancreas50
Renal calcium stones: insights from the control of bone mineralization48
Skeletal muscle‐derived exosomes regulate endothelial cell functions via reactive oxygen species‐activated nuclear factor‐κB signalling47
Ischaemic and hypoxic conditioning: potential for protection of vital organs47
Chemoreflex physiology and implications for sleep apnoea: insights from studies in humans47
Physiological Society Symposium - Vagal Control: From Axolotl to Man46
Temperature-dependent release of ATP from human erythrocytes: mechanism for the control of local tissue perfusion46
Age-related microvascular dysfunction: novel insight from near-infrared spectroscopy45
Tolerance to low O2: lessons from invertebrate genetic models45
Mechanisms of channel gating of the ligand-gated ion channel superfamily inferred from protein structure43
Cold‐induced cutaneous vasoconstriction in humans: Function, dysfunction and the distinctly counterproductive42
Myths and Methodologies: How loud is the story told by the transcranial magnetic stimulation‐evoked silent period?41
Calcium in the heart: from physiology to disease41
Cardiovascular control from cardiac and pulmonary vascular receptors41
Ovarian hormone status and skeletal muscle inflammation during recovery from disuse in rats39
Mechanically Induced Potentials in Fibroblasts from Human Right Atrium39
Kinetics of estimated human muscle capillary blood flow during recovery from exercise38
Dendritic secretion of peptides from hypothalamic magnocellular neurosecretory neurones: a local dynamic control system and its functions38
Acute exercise activates p38 MAPK and increases the expression of telomere-protective genes in cardiac muscle37
Insulin-like growth factor-I analogue protects muscles of dystrophicmdxmice from contraction-mediated damage36
Altered ion transport by thyroid epithelia fromCFTR−/−pigs suggests mechanisms for hypothyroidism in cystic fibrosis33
Neuronal activation by mucosal biopsy supernatants from irritable bowel syndrome patients is linked to visceral sensitivity33
Ca2+ signalling in cultured smooth muscle cells from human bladder32
Low-level transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation attenuates cardiac remodelling in a rat model of heart failure with preserved ejection fraction32
The regulation of skeletal muscle fatigability and mitochondrial function by chronically elevated interleukin-632
Sensory and sympathetic nerve contributions to the cutaneous vasodilator response from a noxious heat stimulus32
Identification of projections from the central nucleus of the amygdala to the paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus which are immunoreactive for corticotrophin-releasing hormone in the rat31
Enteric-formulated lactoferrin was more effectively transported into blood circulation from gastrointestinal tract in adult rats30
Sympathovagal balance from heart rate variability: time for a second round?30
Cognitive performance is associated with cerebral oxygenation and peripheral oxygen saturation, but not plasma catecholamines, during graded normobaric hypoxia30
N-Benzyl-p-toluene sulphonamide allows the recording of trains of intracellular action potentials from nervestimulated intact fast-twitch skeletal muscle of the rat29
Nitric oxide and release of the peptide VIP from parasympathetic terminals in the submandibular gland of the anaesthetized cat29
Impact of sarcopenia on diaphragm muscle fatigue29
Habitual exercise increases resistance of lymphocytes to oxidant-induced DNA damage by upregulating expression of antioxidant and DNA repairing enzymes27
The Integrated Response to Hypoxia: From Circulation to Cells27
Resistance to fatigue of single muscle fibres from Xenopus related to succinate dehydrogenase and myofibrillar ATPase activities27
Maintaining skeletal muscle mass: lessons learned from hibernation27
Insights from physiology into myometrial function and dysfunction27
Paravascular spaces: entry to or exit from the brain?27
Responses of neurones in the medullary raphe nuclei to inputs from visceral nociceptors and the ventrolateral periaqueductal grey in the rat26
Repeatability of exercise-induced changes in mRNA expression and technical considerations for qPCR analysis in human skeletal muscle26
The role of steroid hormones in the regulation of vasopressin and oxytocin release and mRNA expression in hypothalamo neurohypophysial explants from the rat26
NADPH oxidase‐derived reactive oxygen species: Dosis facit venenum26
Ion Currents in Smooth Muscle Cells from Human Small Bronchioles: Presence of an Inward Rectifier K+ Current and Three Types of Large Conductance K+ Channel25
Catecholamine release from bovine chromaffin cells: the role of sodium-calcium exchange in ouabain-evoked release25
Physiological Society Symposium - Vagal Control: From Axolotl to Man25
Role of habitual physical activity in modulating vascular actions of insulin25
Hypothalamic and liver transcriptome from two crucial life-history stages in a migratory songbird25
The magnitude of neuromuscular fatigue is not intensity dependent when cycling above critical power but relates to aerobic and anaerobic capacities25
Mechanisms for the control of local tissue blood flow during thermal interventions: influence of temperature-dependent ATP release from human blood and endothelial cells24
Physiological Society Symposium - Vagal Control: From Axolotl to Man24
From single cells and single columns to cortical networks: dendritic excitability, coincidence detection and synaptic transmission in brain slices and brains24
Uncoupling of rhythmic hypoglossal from phrenic activity in the rat24
Chronic activation of endogenous angiotensin-converting enzyme 2 protects diabetic rats from cardiovascular autonomic dysfunction23
Physiological Society Symposium - Vagal Control: From Axolotl to Man23
Resting metabolic rate prediction equations and the validity to assess energy deficiency in the athlete population23
Non-quantal release of acetylcholine from parasympathetic nerve terminals in the right atrium of rats22
Confidence intervals for the parameters estimated from simulated O2uptake kinetics: effects of different data treatments22
Alterations in Notch signalling in skeletal muscles frommdxanddkodystrophic mice and patients with Duchenne muscular dystrophy22
Salt-Sensitive Hypertension Resulting From Nitric Oxide Synthase Inhibition is Associated with Loss of Regulation of Angiotensin II in the Rat22
Differentiation of the peripherally mediated from the centrally mediated influences of adenosine in the rat during systemic hypoxia21
Muscle metaboreflex activation increases ventilation and heart rate during dynamic exercise in humans21
Speeds of Actin Translocation in Vitro by Myosins Extracted from Single Rat Muscle Fibres of Different Types21
Differential effects of hypoxia on the intracellular Ca2+ concentration of myocytes isolated from different regions of the rat pulmonary arterial tree21
Respiratory disturbances in a mouse model of Parkinson's disease20
Revisiting the influence of individual factors on heat exchange during exercise in dry heat using direct calorimetry20
Congenital nephrogenic diabetes insipidus: what can we learn from mouse models?20
Oxygen and brain death; back from the brink20
Effects of the menstrual and oral contraceptive cycle phases on microvascular reperfusion20
Receptor-Coupled Contractility of Uterine Smooth Muscle: From Membrane to Myofilaments20
Reduced mitochondrial reactive oxygen species production in peripheral nerves of mice fed a ketogenic diet19
Maturation-related changes in the pattern of renal sympathetic nerve activity from fetal life to adulthood19
Insufficient sleep is associated with a pro‐atherogenic circulating microRNA signature19
A new model of ventilatory control during exercise19
The regulation of membrane 125I- and 86Rb+ permeability in a virally transformed cell line (NCL-SG3) derived from the human sweat gland epithelium19
Inflammatory bowel disease is associated with increased gut‐to‐blood penetration of short‐chain fatty acids: A new, non‐invasive marker of a functional intestinal lesion19
[Ca2+ ]i modulation of cAMP-stimulated ciliary beat frequency via PDE1 in airway ciliary cells of mice19
Ventilatory constraints influence physiological dead space in heart failure19
The sympathetic nervous system through the ages: from Thomas Willis to resistant hypertension18
Acute hypoxaemia and vascular function in healthy humans18
Evidence from proprioception of fusimotor coactivation during voluntary contractions in humans18
A sodium-activated potassium current in intact ventricular myocytes isolated from the guinea-pig heart18
Peripheral artery endothelial function responses to altered shear stress patterns in humans18
Physiological Society Symposium - Vagal Control: From Axolotl to Man18
Sympathetic stimulation causes increased output of lymphocytes from the popliteal node in anaesthetized sheep18
Modulation of Klotho expression in injured muscle perturbs Wnt signalling and influences the rate of muscle growth17
Continuous versus single drainage of milk from the bovine mammary gland during a 24 hour period17
Effects of chymostatin, a chymase inhibitor, on blood pressure, plasma and tissue angiotensin II, renal haemodynamics and renal excretion in two models of hypertension in the rat17
Impact of high-intensity interval training and moderate-intensity continuous training on resting and postexercise cardiac troponin T concentration17
Developmental programming resulting from maternal obesity in mice: effects on myocardial ischaemia-reperfusion injury17
Physiological Society Symposium - Vagal Control: From Axolotl to Man17
Rosa canina L. methanolic extract prevents heat stress‐induced memory dysfunction in rats17
Do male athletes with already high initial haemoglobin mass benefit from ‘live high-train low’ altitude training?17
Nitric Oxide-Dependent in vitro Secretion of Amylase from Innervated or Chronically Denervated Parotid Glands of the Rat in Response to Isoprenaline and Vasoactive Intestinal Peptide17
The LunHab project: Muscle and bone alterations in male participants following a 10 day lunar habitat simulation17
Hyperoxia speeds pulmonary oxygen uptake kinetics and increases critical power during supine cycling17
The role of lactate in sepsis and COVID‐19: Perspective from contracting skeletal muscle metabolism16
Isolating the independent effects of hypoxia and hyperventilation‐induced hypocapnia on cerebral haemodynamics and cognitive function16
Properties of regenerated mouse extensor digitorum longus muscle following notexin injury16
Control of exercise hyperpnoea: Contributions from thin‐fibre skeletal muscle afferents16
Hypoxia activates a potassium current in isolated smooth muscle cells from large pulmonary arteries of the rabbit16
Validity and reliability of lower‐limb pulse‐wave velocity assessments using an oscillometric technique15
KCa3.1 channel downregulation and impaired endothelium-derived hyperpolarization-type relaxation in pulmonary arteries from chronically hypoxic rats15
Prolonged depression of knee-extensor torque complexity following eccentric exercise15
Decrement in resting and insulin-stimulated soleus muscle mitochondrial respiration is an early event in diet-induced obesity in mice15
Evening high‐intensity interval exercise does not disrupt sleep or alter energy intake despite changes in acylated ghrelin in middle‐aged men15
Lessons from the laboratory; integrated regulation of cerebral blood flow during hypoxia15
Calcitonin gene-related peptide inhibits exocrine secretion from the rat pancreas by a neurally mediated mechanism15
Blood mobilization from the liver of the anaesthetized dog15
Implications of habitual endurance and resistance exercise for dynamic cerebral autoregulation15
Natural killer cell mobilization and egress following acute exercise in men with prostate cancer15
Glutathione homeostasis in ventricular myocytes from rat hearts with chronic myocardial infarction15
Brown adipose tissue remodelling induced by corticosterone in male Wistar rats15