David Hessinger

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Physiology Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, United States 
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Physiology Biology, Medical Biophysics, Radiology
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Thorington GU, Hessinger DA. (2020) Activated L-Type Calcium Channels Inhibit Chemosensitized Nematocyst Discharge from Sea Anemone Tentacles. The Biological Bulletin. 238: 180-192
Tao X, Lin MT, Thorington GU, et al. (2015) Long-term hypoxia increases calcium affinity of BK channels in ovine fetal and adult cerebral artery smooth muscle. American Journal of Physiology. Heart and Circulatory Physiology. 308: H707-22
Mujumdar PP, Duerksen-Hughes PJ, Firek AF, et al. (2011) Long-term, progressive, aerobic training increases adiponectin in middle-aged, overweight, untrained males and females. Scandinavian Journal of Clinical and Laboratory Investigation. 71: 101-7
Thorington GU, McAuley V, Hessinger DA. (2010) Effects of satiation and starvation on nematocyst discharge, prey killing, and ingestion in two species of sea anemone. The Biological Bulletin. 219: 122-31
Maloney-Hinds C, Petrofsky JS, Zimmerman G, et al. (2009) The role of nitric oxide in skin blood flow increases due to vibration in healthy adults and adults with type 2 diabetes. Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics. 11: 39-43
Pottorf WJ, De Leon DD, Hessinger DA, et al. (2001) Function of SERCA mediated calcium uptake and expression of SERCA3 in cerebral cortex from young and old rats. Brain Research. 914: 57-65
Ozacmak VH, Thorington GU, Fletcher WH, et al. (2001) N-acetylneuraminic acid (NANA) stimulates in situ cyclic AMP production in tentacles of sea anemone (Aiptasia pallida): possible role in chemosensitization of nematocyst discharge. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 204: 2011-20
Watson GM, Hessinger DA. (1994) Evidence for calcium channels involved in regulating nematocyst discharge. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. Comparative Physiology. 107: 473-81
Watson GM, Hessinger DA. (1992) Receptors for N-acetylated sugars may stimulate adenylate cyclase to sensitize and tune mechanoreceptors involved in triggering nematocyst discharge. Experimental Cell Research. 198: 8-16
Watson GM, Hessinger DA. (1989) Cnidocytes and adjacent supporting cells form receptor-effector complexes in anemone tentacles. Tissue & Cell. 21: 17-24
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