This page shows the publications co-authored by Cenk Ayata and Dmitriy Atochin.
Shvedova M, Litvak MM, Roberts JD, Fukumura D, Suzuki T, Sencan I, Li G, Reventun P, Buys ES, Kim HH, Sakadžic S, Ayata C, Huang PL, Feil R, Atochin DN. cGMP-dependent protein kinase I in vascular smooth muscle cells improves ischemic stroke outcome in mice. J Cereb Blood Flow Metab. 2019 12; 39(12):2379-2391.
Shin HK, Oka F, Kim JH, Atochin D, Huang PL, Ayata C. Endothelial dysfunction abrogates the efficacy of normobaric hyperoxia in stroke. J Neurosci. 2014 Nov 12; 34(46):15200-7.
Ayata C, Shin HK, Dileköz E, Atochin DN, Kashiwagi S, Eikermann-Haerter K, Huang PL. Hyperlipidemia disrupts cerebrovascular reflexes and worsens ischemic perfusion defect. J Cereb Blood Flow Metab. 2013 Jun; 33(6):954-62.
Atochin DN, Yuzawa I, Li Q, Rauwerdink KM, Malhotra R, Chang J, Brouckaert P, Ayata C, Moskowitz MA, Bloch KD, Huang PL, Buys ES. Soluble guanylate cyclase alpha1beta1 limits stroke size and attenuates neurological injury. Stroke. 2010 Aug; 41(8):1815-9.
Atochin DN, Wang A, Liu VW, Critchlow JD, Dantas AP, Looft-Wilson R, Murata T, Salomone S, Shin HK, Ayata C, Moskowitz MA, Michel T, Sessa WC, Huang PL. The phosphorylation state of eNOS modulates vascular reactivity and outcome of cerebral ischemia in vivo. J Clin Invest. 2007 Jul; 117(7):1961-7.
Atochin DN, Murciano JC, Gürsoy-Ozdemir Y, Krasik T, Noda F, Ayata C, Dunn AK, Moskowitz MA, Huang PL, Muzykantov VR. Mouse model of microembolic stroke and reperfusion. Stroke. 2004 Sep; 35(9):2177-82.
Srinivasan VJ, Atochin DN, Radhakrishnan H, Jiang JY, Ruvinskaya S, Wu W, Barry S, Cable AE, Ayata C, Huang PL, Boas DA. Optical coherence tomography for the quantitative study of cerebrovascular physiology. J Cereb Blood Flow Metab. 2011 Jun; 31(6):1339-45.
Lee SR, Lok J, Rosell A, Kim HY, Murata Y, Atochin D, Huang PL, Wang X, Ayata C, Moskowitz MA, Lo EH. Reduction of hippocampal cell death and proteolytic responses in tissue plasminogen activator knockout mice after transient global cerebral ischemia. Neuroscience. 2007 Nov 30; 150(1):50-7.
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