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Publications of Timothy P. Geisbuhler, PhD

   
18. Dood KP [Student], Frey AD [Student], Geisbuhler TP (2013) The effect of hawthorn extract on coronary flow.  J Evidence-Based Comp Alt Med (JEBCAM) 18: 257-267 (published online ahead of print June 13, 2013: doi:10.1177/2156587213491428).
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Mont MR, Carlson CG, Geisbuhler TP. Resting Ca2+ influx does not contribute to anoxia-induced cell death in adult rat cardiac myocytes. Can J Physiol Pharmacol. 2009 May;87(5):360-70. PubMed
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Geisbuhler TP. Compartmentalization of non-adenine nucleotides in anoxic cardiac myocytes. Basic Res Cardiol. 2008 Sep 24; [Epub 09-24-07] PubMed
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Carnes CA, Geisbuhler TP, Reiser PJ. Age-dependent changes in contraction and regional myocardial myosin heavy chain isoform expression in rats. J Appl Physiol. 2004 Jul;97(1):446-53. PubMed
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Geisbuhler TP, Schwager TL, Ervin HD. 3-isobutyl-1-methylxanthine (IBMX) sensitizes cardiac myocytes to anoxia. Biochem Pharmacol. 2002 Jun 1;63(11):2055-62 PubMed
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Geisbuhler TP. Nucleotide dynamics in cardiac cells. Paths to Pyrimidines 1999; 7(1):38-42
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Geisbuhler TP, Schwager TL. Ribose-enhanced synthesis of UTP, CTP, and GTP from parent nucleosides in cardiac myocytes. J Mol Cell Cardiol 1998 Apr;30(4):879-87 PubMed

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Geisbuhler TP. Anoxia inhibits guanosine salvage in cardiac myocytes. Basic Res Cardiol 1997 Dec;92(6):359-67 PubMed
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Geisbuhler TP, Schwager TL. Effect of anoxia on cyclic nucleotides and inositol phosphate turnover in cardiac myocytes. J Mol Cell Cardiol 1996 Sep;28(9):1857-66 PubMed
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Burczynski FJ, Cai Z-S, Moran JB, Geisbuhler T, Rovetto M. Palmitate uptake by cardiac myocytes and endothelial cells. Amer J Physiol 1995 268:H1659-H1666 PubMed
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Geisbuhler TP, Schwager TL, Rovetto MJ. Guanosine metabolism in adult rat cardiac myocytes: inhibition by acyclovir and analysis of a metabolic pathway. J Mol Cell Cardiol 1992 Jul;24(7):683-90 PubMed
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Geisbuhler TP, Rovetto MJ. Guanosine metabolism in adult rat cardiac myocytes: ribose-enhanced GTP synthesis from extracellular guanosine. Pflugers Arch 1991 Sep;419(2):160-5 PubMed
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Geisbuhler TP, Rovetto MJ. Lactate does not enhance anoxia/reoxygenation damage in adult rat cardiac myocytes. J Mol Cell Cardiol 1990 Nov;22(11):1325-35 PubMed
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Geisbuhler TP, Johnson DA, Rovetto MJ. Cardiac myocyte guanosine transport and metabolism. Am J Physiol 1987 Nov;253(5 Pt 1):C645-51 PubMed
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Geisbuhler TP, Sergeant S, Miramonti FL, Kim HD, Rovetto MJ. Forskolin inhibition of hexose transport in cardiomyocytes. Pflugers Arch 1987 Jun;409(1-2):158-62 PubMed
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Lutz WH, Geisbuhler TP, Pollack JD, McClung HJ, Merola AJ. Inhibition of citrulline synthesis by octanoate and its modulation by adenine nucleotides. Biochem Med 1985 Aug;34(1):1-10 PubMed
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Geisbuhler T, Altchuld RA, Trewyn RW, Ansel AZ, Lamka K, Brierley GP. Adenine nucleotide metabolism and compartmentalization in isolated adult rat heart cells. Circ Res 1984 54: 536-546 PubMed
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Jurkowitz MS, Geisbuhler T, Jung DW, Brierley GP Ruthenium red-sensitive and –insensitive release of Ca2+ from uncoupled heart mitochondria. Arch Biochem Biophys 1983 223: 120-128 PubMed
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Geisbuhler TP (Ph.D. Thesis). Distribution and metabolism of adenine nucleotides in rat heart myocytes. Ohio State University. 1983