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Fabrice Dabertrand

TitleAsst Professor
InstitutionUniversity of Colorado Denver - Anschutz Medical Campus
DepartmentSOM-Anesthesiology

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    1. Harraz OF, Longden TA, Dabertrand F, Hill-Eubanks D, Nelson MT. Endothelial GqPCR activity controls capillary electrical signaling and brain blood flow through PIP2 depletion. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2018 04 10; 115(15):E3569-E3577. PMID: 29581272.
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    2. De Silva TM, Modrick ML, Dabertrand F, Faraci FM. Changes in Cerebral Arteries and Parenchymal Arterioles With Aging: Role of Rho Kinase 2 and Impact of Genetic Background. Hypertension. 2018 May; 71(5):921-927. PMID: 29531174.
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    3. Koide M, Moshkforoush A, Tsoukias NM, Hill-Eubanks DC, Wellman GC, Nelson MT, Dabertrand F. The yin and yang of KV channels in cerebral small vessel pathologies. Microcirculation. 2018 01; 25(1). PMID: 29247493.
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    4. Longden TA, Dabertrand F, Koide M, Gonzales AL, Tykocki NR, Brayden JE, Hill-Eubanks D, Nelson MT. Capillary K+-sensing initiates retrograde hyperpolarization to increase local cerebral blood flow. Nat Neurosci. 2017 May; 20(5):717-726. PMID: 28319610.
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    5. Capone C, Dabertrand F, Baron-Menguy C, Chalaris A, Ghezali L, Domenga-Denier V, Schmidt S, Huneau C, Rose-John S, Nelson MT, Joutel A. Mechanistic insights into a TIMP3-sensitive pathway constitutively engaged in the regulation of cerebral hemodynamics. Elife. 2016 08 01; 5. PMID: 27476853; PMCID: PMC4993587.
    6. Pires PW, Dabertrand F, Earley S. Isolation and Cannulation of Cerebral Parenchymal Arterioles. J Vis Exp. 2016 05 23; (111). PMID: 27286481.
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    7. Dabertrand F, Krøigaard C, Bonev AD, Cognat E, Dalsgaard T, Domenga-Denier V, Hill-Eubanks DC, Brayden JE, Joutel A, Nelson MT. Potassium channelopathy-like defect underlies early-stage cerebrovascular dysfunction in a genetic model of small vessel disease. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2015 Feb 17; 112(7):E796-805. PMID: 25646445; PMCID: PMC4343103.
    8. Boursereau R, Donadieu A, Dabertrand F, Dubayle D, Morel JL. Blood brain barrier precludes the cerebral arteries to intravenously-injected antisense oligonucleotide. Eur J Pharmacol. 2015 Jan 15; 747:141-9. PMID: 25510229.
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    9. Morel JL, Dabertrand F, Porte Y, Prevot A, Macrez N. Up-regulation of ryanodine receptor expression increases the calcium-induced calcium release and spontaneous calcium signals in cerebral arteries from hindlimb unloaded rats. Pflugers Arch. 2014 Aug; 466(8):1517-28. PMID: 24233561.
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    10. Gonzales AL, Yang Y, Sullivan MN, Sanders L, Dabertrand F, Hill-Eubanks DC, Nelson MT, Earley S. A PLC?1-dependent, force-sensitive signaling network in the myogenic constriction of cerebral arteries. Sci Signal. 2014 May 27; 7(327):ra49. PMID: 24866019; PMCID: PMC4170587.
    11. Longden TA, Dabertrand F, Hill-Eubanks DC, Hammack SE, Nelson MT. Stress-induced glucocorticoid signaling remodels neurovascular coupling through impairment of cerebrovascular inwardly rectifying K+ channel function. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2014 May 20; 111(20):7462-7. PMID: 24808139; PMCID: PMC4034203.
    12. Dabertrand F, Nelson MT, Brayden JE. Ryanodine receptors, calcium signaling, and regulation of vascular tone in the cerebral parenchymal microcirculation. Microcirculation. 2013 May; 20(4):307-16. PMID: 23216877; PMCID: PMC3612564.
    13. Dabertrand F, Hannah RM, Pearson JM, Hill-Eubanks DC, Brayden JE, Nelson MT. Prostaglandin E2, a postulated astrocyte-derived neurovascular coupling agent, constricts rather than dilates parenchymal arterioles. J Cereb Blood Flow Metab. 2013 Apr; 33(4):479-82. PMID: 23385200; PMCID: PMC3618402.
    14. Dabertrand F, Nelson MT, Brayden JE. Acidosis dilates brain parenchymal arterioles by conversion of calcium waves to sparks to activate BK channels. Circ Res. 2012 Jan 20; 110(2):285-94. PMID: 22095728; PMCID: PMC3505882.
    15. Dabertrand F, Porte Y, Macrez N, Morel JL. Spaceflight regulates ryanodine receptor subtype 1 in portal vein myocytes in the opposite way of hypertension. J Appl Physiol (1985). 2012 Feb; 112(3):471-80. PMID: 22096120.
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    16. Dabertrand F, Mironneau J, Henaff M, Macrez N, Morel JL. Comparison between gentamycin and exon skipping treatments to restore ryanodine receptor subtype 2 functions in mdx mouse duodenum myocytes. Eur J Pharmacol. 2010 Feb 25; 628(1-3):36-41. PMID: 19944091.
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    17. Morel JL, Dabertrand F, Fritz N, Henaff M, Mironneau J, Macrez N. The decrease of expression of ryanodine receptor sub-type 2 is reversed by gentamycin sulphate in vascular myocytes from mdx mice. J Cell Mol Med. 2009 Sep; 13(9B):3122-30. PMID: 19298530; PMCID: PMC4516471.
    18. Fritz N, Dabertrand F, Mironneau J, Macrez N, Morel JL. Acetylcholine evokes an InsP3R1-dependent transient Ca2+ signal in rat duodenum myocytes. Can J Physiol Pharmacol. 2008 Sep; 86(9):626-32. PMID: 18758512.
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    19. Dabertrand F, Mironneau J, Macrez N, Morel JL. Full length ryanodine receptor subtype 3 encodes spontaneous calcium oscillations in native duodenal smooth muscle cells. Cell Calcium. 2008 Aug; 44(2):180-9. PMID: 18207571.
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    20. Marissal-Arvy N, Gaumont A, Langlois A, Dabertrand F, Bouchecareilh M, Tridon C, Mormede P. Strain differences in hypothalamic pituitary adrenocortical axis function and adipogenic effects of corticosterone in rats. J Endocrinol. 2007 Dec; 195(3):473-84. PMID: 18000309.
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    21. Dabertrand F, Fritz N, Mironneau J, Macrez N, Morel JL. Role of RYR3 splice variants in calcium signaling in mouse nonpregnant and pregnant myometrium. Am J Physiol Cell Physiol. 2007 Sep; 293(3):C848-54. PMID: 17596299.
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    22. Dabertrand F, Morel JL, Sorrentino V, Mironneau J, Mironneau C, Macrez N. Modulation of calcium signalling by dominant negative splice variant of ryanodine receptor subtype 3 in native smooth muscle cells. Cell Calcium. 2006 Jul; 40(1):11-21. PMID: 16678258.
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