Stuart Campbell

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Biomedical Engineering Yale University, New Haven, CT 
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Campbell SG, Niederer SA. (2020) KBTBD13 and the ever-expanding sarcomeric universe. The Journal of Clinical Investigation
Niederer SA, Campbell KS, Campbell SG. (2018) A short history of the development of mathematical models of cardiac mechanics. Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology. 127: 11-19
Campbell KS, Janssen PML, Campbell SG. (2018) Force-Dependent Recruitment from the Myosin Off State Contributes to Length-Dependent Activation. Biophysical Journal
Blair CA, Haynes P, Campbell SG, et al. (2016) A Protocol for Collecting Human Cardiac Tissue for Research. The Vad Journal : the Journal of Mechanical Assisted Circulation and Heart Failure. 2
Aboelkassem Y, Savic D, Campbell SG. (2016) Modeling predicts a connection between sinus vortex effects and aortic compliance. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 389: 306-9
Aboelkassem Y, Bonilla JA, McCabe KJ, et al. (2015) Contributions of Ca(2+)-Independent Thin Filament Activation to Cardiac Muscle Function. Biophysical Journal. 109: 2101-12
Brafman D, Campbell S, Lam AQ, et al. (2015) Stem Cell Biology. Biomarker Insights. 10: 133-7
Aboelkassem Y, Savic D, Campbell SG. (2015) Mathematical modeling of aortic valve dynamics during systole. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 365: 280-8
Kuo IY, Kwaczala AT, Nguyen L, et al. (2014) Decreased polycystin 2 expression alters calcium-contraction coupling and changes β-adrenergic signaling pathways. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 111: 16604-9
Tangney JR, Campbell SG, McCulloch AD, et al. (2014) Timing and magnitude of systolic stretch affect myofilament activation and mechanical work. American Journal of Physiology. Heart and Circulatory Physiology. 307: H353-60
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