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Publications:  Dr Yiwen Li

Aziz Q, Finlay M, Montaigne D, Ojake L, Li Y, Anderson N, Ludwig A, Tinker A(2018). ATP-sensitive potassium channels in the sinoatrial node contribute to heart rate control and adaptation to hypoxia. Journal of Biological Chemistry vol. 293, (23) 8912-8921.
Tinker A, Aziz Q, Li Y, Specterman M(2018). ATP-sensitive potassium channels and their physiological and pathophysiological roles. Comprehensive Physiology vol. 8, (4) 1463-1511.
Aziz Q, Li Y, Tinker A(2018). Potassium channels in the sinoatrial node and their role in heart rate control. Channels vol. 12, (1) 356-366.
Aziz Q, Li Y, Tinker A(2017). Endothelial biology and ATP-sensitive potassium channels. Channels1-2.
Aziz Q, Li Y, Anderson N, Ojake L, Tsisanova E, Tinker A(2017). Molecular and functional characterization of the endothelial ATP-sensitive potassium channel. Journal of Biological Chemistry vol. 292, (43) 17587-17597.
Aziz Q, Li Y, Tinker A(2015). ATP-sensitive potassium channels and vascular function. Channels vol. 9, (1) 3-4.
Aziz Q, Thomas AM, Gomes J, Ang R, Sones WR, Li Y, Ng K-E, Gee L et al.(2014). The ATP-sensitive potassium channel subunit, Kir6.1, in vascular smooth muscle plays a major role in blood pressure control. Hypertension vol. 64, (3) 523-529.
Edwards DH, Li Y, Ellinsworth DC, Griffith TM(2013). The effect of inorganic arsenic on endothelium-dependent relaxation: role of NADPH oxidase and hydrogen peroxide. Toxicology vol. 306, 50-58.
Edwards DH, Li Y, Griffith TM(2008). Hydrogen peroxide potentiates the EDHF phenomenon by promoting endothelial Ca2+ mobilization. Arterioscler Thromb Vasc Biol vol. 28, (10) 1774-1781.
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