Molecular Internal Medicine

Recent Meeting Abstracts

GPER is required for age-dependent albuminuria and glomerulosclerosis: evidence for its role in podocyte injury and mesangial Nox1 regulation
M.R. Meyer, D. Daniel, C.D. Woods, G. Sharma, N.C. Fredette, K. Amann, M. Barton, E.R. Prossnitz
Hypertension 2018


Deletion of a GPCR cloned from shear stress-exposed human endothelial cells protects from functional endothelial aging
M. Barton, M.R. Meyer, E.R. Prossnitz
J Vasc Res 2016; 53 (Suppl 1): 15



Deletion of GPER protects from age-related renovascular dysfunction and tubulo-interstitial injury
M.R. Meyer, C. Daniel, N.C. Fredette, K. Amann, M. Barton, E.R. Prossnitz
Hypertension 2015; 66: AP 607



Regulation of the cardiac endothelin system and cardiomyocyte hypertrophy by GPER
M.R. Meyer, N.C. Fredette, C. Daniel, K. Amann, M. Barton, E.R. Prossnitz
The Physiologist 2015


Interaction between IP TP, and 5HT2 receptors during contractions to prostacyclin in rat renal arteries
O. Baretella, A. Xu, P.M. Vanhoutte
ASCEPT-BPS 1, 19, 2015


Prostaglandin I2 receptor blockade contracts rat renal arteries and facilitates endothelium-dependent contraction
O. Baretella, A. Xu, P.M. Vanhoutte
Hypertension 64, A335, 2014



Stimulation of endothelial nitric oxide production and dilatation by the G protein-coupled estrogen receptor
N.C. Fredette, M.R. Meyer, E.R. Prossnitz
Hypertension 64, A653, 2014


The G protein-coupled receptor GPER/GPR30 activates endothelial nitric oxide synthase
N.C. Fredette, M.R. Meyer, E.R. Prossnitz
FASEB J 28, 1075.5, 2014