Abstracts

1.      Aronstam, R.S., L.G. Abood and W. Hoss, The chemical nature of the muscarinic receptor in rat brain, Trans. Am. Soc. Neurochem. 8: 129, 1977.

2.      Aronstam, R.S., L.G. Abood, W. Hoss and C. Kellogg, SH reagents and heavy metals on brain muscarinic acetylcholine receptor, Trans. Am. Soc. Neurochem. 9:122,1978.

3.      Aronstam, R.S., M.E. Eldefrawi and D. Schuessler, Solubilization and partial purification of muscarinic acetylcholine receptors from bovine brain, Fedn. Proc. 37:820,1978.

4.      Tsai, M.-C., R.S. Aronstam, M.E. Eldefrawi, A.T. Eldefrawi and E.X. Albuquerque,Phencyclidine interaction with the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor-ion channel complex and effect on potassium conductance, Fedn. Proc. 38:258, 1979.

5.      Jim, K.,  D. J. Triggle, E.X. Albuquerque, R.S. Aronstam and M.E. Eldefrawi, Phencyclidine interaction with peripheral and central muscarinic receptors, Fedn. Proc. 38:257, 1979.

6.      Aronstam, R.S. and M.E. Eldefrawi, Reversible conversion between agonist affinity states of the muscarinic acetylcholine receptor from rat brain, Fedn. Proc. 38:273, 1979.

7.      Spivak, C.E., E.X. Albuquerque, R.S. Aronstam and M.E. Eldefrawi, A study of pre- and post-synaptic reactions of a potent agonist of the nicotinic receptor, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 5:489, 1979.

8.      Salem, N. and R.S. Aronstam, Chemical modification of brain muscarinic acetylcholine receptors, Trans. Am. Soc. Neurochem. 11:192, 1980.

9.      Buccafusco, J.J. and R.S. Aronstam, Cholinergic actions of acetylpyrrolidinecholine, a false neurotransmitter, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 6:150, 1980.

10.     McKay, D.B., G.O. Carrier and R.S. Aronstam, Influence of calcium on the ion channel associated with the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor, Soc. Neurosci Abstr. 6:298, 1980.

11.     Aronstam, R.S., Cholinergic actions of anatoxin-a, Pharmacologist  22:300, 1980.

12.     Carrier, G.O. and R.S. Aronstam, Comparison of histrionicotoxin and phencyclidine binding sites on the ion channel of the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor, Pharmacologist 22:181, 1980.

13.     Aronstam, R.S. and A.R. Blount, Jr., Cholinergic actions of tricyclic antidepressants, Trans. SE Pharmacol. Soc. 1:26, 1980.

14.     Edwards, A.D. and R.S. Aronstam, Regulation of agonist binding properties of muscarinic acetylcholine receptors from rat brain, Fedn. Proc. 40:310, 1981.

15.     Aronstam, R.S., Influence of pH on the interactions of drugs with the nicotinic receptor-ion channel complex, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 7:700, 1981.

16.     Carrier, G.O. and R.S. Aronstam, Muscarinic receptor regulatory mechanisms in membrane-bound and detergent-solubilized preparations, Soc. Neurosci.Abstr.7:498, 1981.

17.     Narayanan, L. and R.S. Aronstam, Biochemical characterization of ketamine interactions with the nicotinic receptor-ion channel complex, Soc. Neurosci Abstr. 7:806, 1981.

18.     Carrier, G.O. and R.S. Aronstam, Influence of N-ethylmaleimide on muscarinic receptors and responses in guinea pig ileum, Trans. SE Pharmacol. Soc. 2:17, 1981.

19.     Buccafusco, J.J. and R.S. Aronstam, Acetyldiethylcholine:  Cholinergic actions of a false neurotransmitter, Trans. SE Pharmacol. Soc. 2: 17, 1981.

20.     Aronstam, R.S., D.C. Marshall and J.J. Buccafusco, Biochemical and physiological activity of acetylmonoethylcholine, Fedn. Proc. 41: 1308, 1982.

21.     Carrier, G.O. and R.S. Aronstam, Regulation of muscarinic responses and receptors in guinea pig ileum by N-ethylmaleimide, Fedn. Proc. 41: 1321, 1982.

22.     Narayanan, L. and R.S. Aronstam, Phencyclidine inhibition of ligand binding to the nicotinic receptor-ion channel complex, Fedn. Proc. 41: 1332, 1982.

23.     Aronstam, R.S. Aminopyridine interactions with acetylcholine receptor complexes at nicotinic synapses, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 8: 500, 1982.

24.     Graham, J.L., L. Narayanan and R.S. Aronstam, Quinuclidinyl benzilate actions at nicotinic cholinergic synapses:  Biochemical characterization, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 8: 500, 1982.

25.     Wenger, D.A. and R.S. Aronstam, Muscarinic acetylcholine receptor regulation in brain:  Influence of solubilization, Trans. SE Pharmacol. Soc. 3: 21, 1982.

26.     Marshall, D.C., R.S. Aronstam and G.O. Carrier, Calcium fluxes induced by barium and muscarinic agonists in guinea pig ileum:  Influence of alkylation, Trans. SE Pharmacol. Soc. 3: 19, 1982.

27.     Wenger, D.A. and R.S. Aronstam, Heterogeneity of muscarinic acetylcholine receptors: Influence of solubilization, Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. Med. 172: 126, 1983.

28.     Marshall, D.C., J.J. Buccafusco and R.S. Aronstam, Biochemical and physiological activity of acetylcholine analogues, Trans. SE Pharmacol. Soc. 3: 19, 1982.

29.     Ikeda, S.R., R.S. Aronstam and E.X. Albuquerque, Interactions of bupivicaine with the ionic channels of nicotinic receptors, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 8: 499, 1982.

30.     Marshall, D.C., R.S. Aronstam and G.O. Carrier, Muscarinic agonists and barium-induced 45calcium influx in guinea pig ileum, Fedn. Proc. 42:1146, 1983.

31.     Carrier, G.O., A.D. Edwards and R.S. Aronstam, Increased cholinergic sensitivity of hearts from diabetic rats, J. Molec. Cell. Cardiol. in press.

32.     Aronstam, R.S. and M.L. Kirby, Atropine-induced alterations of normal development of muscarinic receptors in embryonic chick heart, Pharmacologist  25: 184, 1983.

33.     Carrier, G.O., A.D. Edwards and R.S. Aronstam, Diabetes-induced cholinergic super-sensitivity of rat heart, Pharmacologist  25: 238, 1983.

34.     Hoss, W. and R.S. Aronstam, Drug inhibition of calcium uptake by rat brain synaptosomes, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 9: 501, 1983.

35.     King, C.T. and R.S. Aronstam, Benzomorphan interactions with acetylcholine receptor-ion channel complexes from Torpedo, California, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 9: 579, 1983.

36.     Kirby, M.L., R.S. Aronstam and J.J. Buccafusco, Neural influences on muscarinic acetylcholine receptors in developing chick heart, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 9: 936, 1983.

37.     Stewart, D.E., M.L. Kirby and R.S. Aronstam, Beta-adrenergic receptors in developing chick hearts and effects of 6-hydroxydopamine, J. Cell. Biol. 97: 467, 1984.

38.     McKay, D.B., R.S. Aronstam and A.S. Schneider, Interaction of microtubule-active drugs with the Torpedo nicotinic receptor:  Correlations with effects on adrenal catecholamine secretion and 45Ca uptake, Fedn. Proc. 43: 467, 1984.

39.     Carrier, G.O., A.D. Edwards, R.E. White and R.S. Aronstam, Diabetes-induced cardiac muscarinic supersensitivity, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 10: 605, 1984.

40.     Parthasarathy, N. and R.S. Aronstam, Alterations of muscarinic acetylcholine receptor binding in rat brain by phospholipase C action, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 10: 566, 1984.

41.     Aronstam, R.S. and L.M. Greenbaum, Elimination of guanine nucleotide sensitivity of muscarinic acetylcholine receptors from rat brainstem by endogenous proteolytic activity, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 10: 670, 1985.

42.     Eason, K.E. and R.S. Aronstam, Potassium-stimulated calcium uptake by rat brain synaptosomes:  Inhibition by sulfhydryl reagents, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 10: 869, 1984.

43.     Anthony, B.L. and R.S. Aronstam, Influence of pH on muscarinic acetylcholine receptors from rat brainstem, Trans. SE Pharmacol. Soc. 5:29, 1984.

44.     Eason, K.E. and R.S. Aronstam, Depolarization-induced calcium uptake by rat brain synaptosomes is inhibited by heavy metals and sulfhydryl reagents, Trans, SE Pharmacol. Soc. 5: 30, 1984.

45.     Kirby, M.L., R.S. Aronstam and J.J. Buccafusco, Decreases in cardiac ganglion cells,acetylcholine, and muscarinic receptors associated with conotruncal malformations in chick embryos, Circulation, 1984.

46.     Catravas, J.D., R.S. Aronstam and U.S. Ryan, Muscarinic binding and acetylcholine-induced reduction in thromboxane B2 release by cultured bovine pulmonary arterial endothelial cells, Fedn. Proc. 44: 1843, 1985.

47.     Narayanan, L., R.S. Aronstam, E.X. Albuquerque and J.W. Daly, Gephyrotoxin interaction with histrionicotoxin binding sites on the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor complex of Torpedo electric organ, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 11: 595, 1985.

48.     Aronstam, R.S. and J.J. Buccafusco, Clonidine protection from the toxicity of peripherally and centrally active acetylcholinesterase inhibitors, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 11: 993, 1985.

49.     Dennison, R.L., B.L. Anthony, G.O. Carrier and R.S. Aronstam, Influence of halothane on muscarinic acetylcholine receptor binding and interactions with GTP-dependent regulatory proteins, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 11: 95, 1985.

50.     Carrier, G.O. and R.S. Aronstam, Parasympathetic regulation of the heart in diabetes, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 11: 1153, 1985.

51.     Buccafusco, J.J. and R.S. Aronstam, Stimulation of central adrenergic receptors reduces cholinesterase inhibitor toxicity in mice, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 11: 1995, 1985.

52.     Dennison, R.L., B.L. Anthony and R.S. Aronstam, Halothane and brain muscarinic receptors:Alteration of ligand binding and G protein interactions, Anesthesiol. Abstr. 63: 3A, 1985.

53.     Aronstam, R.S. and J.J. Buccafusco, Comparison of the toxic manifestations of soman (GD)and echothiophate (EC) in mice, and the protection afforded by clonidine, Proceedings,Fifth Annual  Chemical Defense Bioscience Review, 1985.

54.     Buccafusco, J.J. and R.S. Aronstam, Protection against soman (GD) toxicity by clonidine in mice, Proceedings, Fifth Annual Chemical Defense Bioscience Review, 1985.

55.     Anthony, B.L. and R.S. Aronstam, Disruption of muscarinic receptor-G protein interactions at low pH, Pharmacologist  27: 133, 1985.

56.     Carrier, G.O. and R.S. Aronstam, Altered parasympathetic activity in diabetes, Pharmacologist  27: 137, 1985.

57.     Buccafusco, J.J. and R.S. Aronstam, Inhibition of central cholinergic cardiovascular neurons by choline analogs, Pharmacologist  27:137, 1985.

58.     McKay, D.B., M.J. Cobianchi, R.S. Aronstam and A.S. Schneider, Do the anticholinergic actions of colchicine involve microtubules?  Pharmacologist  27: 136, 1985.

59.     Aronstam, R.S., B.L. Anthony and G.O. Carrier, Differential inactivation of muscarinic receptor-G protein interactions in rat brainstems by physical and enzymatic means, (Second Symposium on Subtypes of Muscarinic Receptors)  Trends Pharmacol. Sci. 7S: 78, 1986.

60.     Swanson, K.L., C.N. Allen, R.S. Aronstam and E.X. Albuquerque, Characteristics of acetylcholine receptor-ionic channels (AChR) activated by the secondary amine (+)anatoxin, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 11: 94, 1985.

61.     Aronstam, R.S., J.D. Catravas and U.S. Ryan, Muscarinic binding sites in cultured bovine arterial endothelial cells, Fedn. Proc. 45: 554, 1986.

62.     Narayanan, T.K., R.S. Aronstam, E.X. Albuquerque and J.W. Daly, Interaction of piperidine derivatives with the nicotinic cholinergic receptor from Torpedo electric organ, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 12: 1076, 1986.

63.     Aronstam, R.S. and T.K. Narayanan, Gallamine regulation of muscarinic receptor binding: Influence of guanine nucleotides and conformational state, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 12: 492, 1986.

64.     Anthony, B.L. and R.S. Aronstam, High affinity agonist binding to brainstem muscarinic receptor is eliminated by low pH, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 12: 816, 1986.

65.     Dennison, R.L., B.L. Anthony and R.S. Aronstam, Muscarinic receptor coupling to G proteins in rat heart is altered by volatile anesthetics, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 12: 1078, 1986.

66.     Aronstam, R.S. and J.J. Buccafusco, Multiple actions of clonidine in protecting mice from soman poisoning, Pharmacologist  28: 132, 1986.

67.     Narayanan, T.K. and R.S. Aronstam, Allosteric regulation of different species of muscarinic receptor, Pharmacologist  28: 130, 1986.

68.     Dennison, R.L., R.S. Aronstam and B.L. Anthony, Halothane and enflurane interfere with muscarinic receptor-G protein interactions in rat heart, Pharmacologist  28: 158, 1986.

69.     Carrier, G.O. and R.S. Aronstam, Enhanced cardiac muscarinic receptor activity in diabetes, Pharmacologist  28: 157, 1986.

70.     Buccafusco, J.J., J.H. Graham and R.S. Aronstam, Inhibition of soman-induced behavioral changes in the rat by atropine and clonidine, Pharmacologist  28: 225, 1986.

71.     Anthony, B.L., R.L. Dennison and R.S. Aronstam, Volatile anesthetics interfere with muscarinic receptor-G protein interactions in rat heart, Trans. SE Pharmacol. Soc. 7:12, 1986.

72.     Buccafusco, J.J. and R.S. Aronstam, Clonidine prevents short-term, soman-induced down regulation of muscarinic receptors in mouse brain, Fedn. Proc. 46: 1464, 1987.

73.     Aronstam, R.S. and T.K. Narayanan, Influence of temperature on the demonstration of muscarinic receptor G protein interactions in mouse brain, Fedn. Proc. 46: 703, 1987.

74.     Legrand, A.B., T.K. Narayanan, R.S. Aronstam, U.S. Ryan and J.D. Catravas, Adenylate cyclase activity in membranes from cultured bovine aortic and pulmonary arterial endothelial cells, Fedn. Proc. 46: 1111, 1987.

75.     Magri, V., R.S. Aronstam and J.J. Buccafusco, Effect of clonidine on the cardiovascular changes induced by soman, a centrally active irreversible cholinesterase inhibitor, Fedn. Proc. 46: 690, 1987.

76.     Van Lingen, J.C., R.S. Aronstam, J.H. Graham and J.J. Buccafusco, Protection by clonidine and atropine of the acute and chronic behavioral changes induced by cholinesterase inhibitor toxicity, Fedn. Proc. 46: 859, 1987.

77.     Narayanan, T.K., R.L. Dennison, B.L. Anthony and R.S. Aronstam, Halothane depresses the guanine nucleotide sensitivity of high affinity agonist binding to cardiac muscarinic receptors in rat heart, Fedn. Proc. 46: 703, 1987.

78.     Aracava, Y., K.L. Swanson, H. Rapoport, R.S. Aronstam and E.X. Albuquerque, Anatoxin-analog:  Loss of nicotinic agonism and gain of antagonism at the acetylcholine-activated channels, Fedn. Proc. 46: 861, 1987.

79.     Dennison, R.L., B.L. Anthony and R.S. Aronstam, Ether disrupts muscarinic acetylcholine receptor-G protein interactions in rat brain, Pharmacologist  29: 172, 1987.

80.     Narayanan, T.K., R.L. Dennison and R.S. Aronstam, Halothane inhibits muscarinic control of adenylate cyclase activity in rat heart, Pharmacologist  29: 181, 1987.

81.     Carrier, G.O. and R.S. Aronstam, Insulin prevents diabetes-induced muscarinic supersensitivity and decrease in receptor density in right atrium of rats, Pharmacologist  29: 196, 1987.

82.     Makari, N.F., R.S. Aronstam and J.J. Buccafusco, Enhanced binding of [3H]hemicholinium-3 to membranes prepared from several brain regions of spontaneously hypertensive rats, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 13: 745, 1987.

83.     Anthony, B.L. and R.S. Aronstam, Volatile anesthetics interfere with muscarinic receptor-G protein interactions in rat heart, Georgia J. Sci. 45: 95, 1987.

84.     Carrier, G.O. and R.S. Aronstam, Abnormal cardiac muscarinic activity in diabetes, J. Med. Assoc. GA 76: 585, 1987.

85.     Dennison, R.L., B.L. Anthony and R.S. Aronstam, Volatile anesthetics disrupt muscarinic receptor-G protein coupling in rat heart, J. Med. Assoc. GA 76: 648, 1987.

86.     Christiansen, J.L., W. Covitz, H.V. Moore and R.S. Aronstam, Cardiac muscarinic receptors in conotruncal abnormalities, Clin. Res. 35: 50A, 1987.

87.     Aronstam, R.S. and T.K. Narayanan, Acetylcholine stimulated GTPase activity in rat striatal membranes:  Inhibition by a volatile anesthetic, FASEB J. 2: A612, 1988.

88.     Anthony, B.L., R.L. Dennison, T.K. Narayanan and R.S. Aronstam, Volatile anesthetics inhibit muscarinic modulation of adenylate cyclase in rat heart, FASEB J. 2: 1395, 1988.

89.     Baumgartner, M.K., R.L. Dennison and R.S. Aronstam, Halothane depresses the guanine nucleotide sensitivity of clonidine binding to alpha2-adrenergic receptors in rat brain, FASEB J. 2: A1139, 1988.

90.     Carrier, G.O. and R.S. Aronstam, Muscarinic supersensitivity of rat heart in diabetes:  Effect of insulin treatment and role of receptor-G protein coupling, FASEB J. 2:A1594, 1988.

91.     Narayanan, T.K., G.O. Carrier and R.S. Aronstam, Adenylate cyclase activity in rat heart in streptozotocin diabetes:  Altered basal activity and control by autonomic receptors and guanine nucleotides, FASEB J.  2:A1594, 1988.

92.     Legrand, A.B., T.K. Narayanan, U.S. Ryan, R.S. Aronstam and J.D. Catravas, Cholinergic modulation of cAMP levels in cultured bovine pulmonary arterial endothelial cells, FASEB J. 2:A297, 1988.

93.     Swanson, K.L., R.S. Aronstam, H. Rapoport, F.J. Sardina and E.X. Albuquerque, Structure-activity relationships of anatoxin analogs at the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor (AChR), Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 14:1327, 1988.

94.     Anthony, B.L., R.L. Dennison, T.K. Narayanan and R.S. Aronstam, Halothane inhibition of acetylcholine-stimulated pertussis toxin-sensitive GTPase activity in rat brain, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 14:811, 1988.

95.     Narayanan, T.K. and R.S. Aronstam, GDP release from rat synaptic membranes is stimulated by receptors linked to both activation and inhibition of adenylate cyclase, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 14:281, 1988.

96.     Aronstam, R.S. and T.K. Narayanan, Influence of ethanol on muscarinic receptor-G protein interactions in rat brainstem, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 14:811, 1988.

97.     Dennison, R.L., W. Boswell, N. Harmer, E. Wright, T.K. Narayanan and R.S. Aronstam, Selective inactivation of G proteins associated with muscarinic receptors by heat, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 14:228, 1988.

98.     Spivak, C.E., J.A. Waters and R.S. Aronstam, Binding of the highly potent nicotinic agonist, isoarecoline methiodide, and 19 of its analogues at nicotinic and muscarinic receptors, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 14:506, 1988.

99.     Catravas, J.D., R.S. Aronstam and U.S. Ryan, Muscarinic binding sites in cultured rabbit pulmonary arterial endothelial cells, FASEB J. 3:A1308, 1989.

100.   Aronstam, R.S., L. Narayanan, R.L. Dennison, R. Ravindra and T.K. Narayanan, Influence of ethanol on muscarinic receptor-stimulated G  Protein GTPase Activity in Rat Brainstem, FASEB J. 3:A1294, 1989.

101.   Ravindra, R., R.L. Dennison, T.K. Narayanan and R.S. Aronstam, Influence of colchicine on the basal and receptor-stimulated GTPase activity of G proteins in rat striatum, FASEB J. 3:A1293, 1989.

102.   Narayanan, T.K. and R.S. Aronstam, Altered G protein function in spontaneously hypertensive rats,  FASEB J. 3:A1028, 1989.

103.   Ravindra, R., R.L. Dennison, T.K. Narayanan and R.S. Aronstam, Possible involvement of tubulin in G protein function and coupling to muscarinic receptors in rat striatum, Endocrinology, 1989.

104.   Buccafusco, J.J. and R.S. Aronstam, Effect of addition of clonidine to standard pretreatment regimens against the acute and chronic toxicity of soman, Proceedings, Ninth Annual Chemical Defense Bioscience Review, 1989.

105.   Wonnacott, S., S. Jackman, V.B. Cockcroft, R.S. Aronstam, H. Rapoport, K.L. Swanson and E.X. Albuquerque, Interactions of anatoxin-a analogues with neuronal acetylcholine receptors, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 15:678, 1989.

106.   Swanson, K.L., R.S. Aronstam, S. Wonnacott, H. Rapoport and E.X. Albuquerque, Nicotinic potency of anatoxin analogues with modificiations of the acetyl moiety, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 15:557, 1989.

107.   Ravindra, R. and R.S. Aronstam, Modulation of muscarinic receptor-stimulated G protein GTPase activity by tubulin in rat striatum, Trans. SE Pharmacol. Soc.  10:25, 1989.

108.   Aronstam, R.S., R. Ravindra and Hylan Shoob, Lithium does not interfere with muscarinic acetylcholine receptor-G protein interactions in rat striatum, Trans. SE Pharmacol. Soc. 10:31, 1989.

109.   Narayanan, T.K. and R.S. Aronstam, Altered G protein functions in spontaneously hypertensive rats, Trans. SE Pharmacol. Soc. 10:34, 1989.

110.   Dennison, R.L. and R.S. Aronstam, Halothane disrupts muscarinic receptor-mediated stimulation of G protein GTPase activity, Trans. SE Pharmacol. Soc. 10:33, 1989.

111.   Yang, X., R.S. Aronstam and R.L. Dennison, Ethanol attenuates guanine nucleotide inhibition of of high affinity oxotremorine binding in rat brain, Trans. SE Pharmacol. Soc. 10:32, 1989.

112.   Buccafusco, J.J. and R.S. Aronstam, Long-term behavioral abnormalities produced by the irreversible cholinesterase inhibitor soman:  Effect of a standard pretreatment regimen and clonidine, Trans. SE. Pharmacol. Soc.  10:57, 1989.

113.   Ravindra, R. and R.S. Aronstam, GnRH regulation of G prtoein function in the rat anterior pituitary lobe, SE Endocrine Soc., 1989.

114.   Martin, D.C., R.P. Introna and R.S. Aronstam, The effects of halothane and sufentenil on synaptic activity of 5-hydroxytryptamine, FASEB J.  4:A324, 1990.

115.   Carrier, G.O. and R.S. Aronstam, Muscarinic receptor activity in ileal smooth muscle is enhanced in diabetes, FASEB J.  4:A1012, 1990.

116.   R. Ravindra and R.S. Aronstam, Modulation of muscarinic receptor-stimulated G protein GTPase activity by tubulin in rat striatum, FASEB J.  4:A1011, 1990.

117.   Dennison, R.L., R. Ravindra, H. Shoob and R.S. Aronstam, Lithium does not interfere with muscarinic acetylcholine receptor-G protein interactions in rat striatum, FASEB J.  4:A1118, 1990.

118.   Silveira, F.C.A., M.E. Nelson, K.-P. Shaw, R.S. Aronstam and E.X. Albuquerque, A study of acridine analogs on nicotinic receptors, FASEB J.  4:A471, 1990.

119.   Marczin, N., R.S. Aronstam, U.S. Ryan and J.D. Catravas, Differences in the cholinergic modulation of cAMP accumulation among vascular cells in culture, FASEB J.  4:A835, 1990.

120.   Ravindra, R. and R.S. Aronstam, Influence of anti-tubulin antibodies on muscarinic receptor modulation of G protein GTPase activity in rat striatum, Endocrinology Society Abstracts 295, 1990.

121.   Ravindra, R. and R.S Aronstam, Possible role of tubulin in GnRH receptor-G protein coupling in the rat anterior pituitary lobe, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 16:393, 1990.

122    .    Martin, D.C. and R.S. Aronstam, The volatile anesthetic, enflurane, disrupts glutamate-stimulated [3H]MK-801 binding in rat brain, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 16:376, 1990.

123.   Holland, L.N., B.D. Goldstein and R.S. Aronstam, Substance P receptor desensitization:  Involvement of a GTP binding protein, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 16:515, 1990.

124.   Shaw, K.P., F.C.A. Silveira, R.S. Aronstam and E.X. Albuquerque, A new class of cholinergic antagonists:  Acridine araphanes have a high affinity to muscarinic receptors, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 16:1060, 1990.

125.   Martin, D.C. and R.S. Aronstam, The volatile anesthetic, enflurane, disrupts glutamate-stimulated [3H]MK-801 binding in rat brain, Workshop, Subcellular Mechanisms of Anesthetic Action in Muscle, Baltimore, MD, 1990.

126.   Tano, T., K. Rice, R.S. Aronstam, A.C. Oliveira, Y. Aracava and E.X. Albuquerque, Effect of metaphit on the peripheral nicotinic acetylcholine (ACh) receptor, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 16:207, 1990.

127.   Lewis, D.L., R.S. Aronstam and S.R. Ikeda, Expression of an inwardly rectifying K+ channel from RBL-2H3 cells in Xenopus oocytes, Biophys. J 59:451a, 1991.

128.   Holland, L.N., B.D. Goldstein and R.S. Aronstam, A guanine nucleotide decreases substance P receptor binding in rat dorsal horn membranes, Proc. Soc. Exptl. Biol. Med., 1991.

129.   Martin, D.C. and R.S. Aronstam, Anesthetic disruption of neurotransmission at NMDA receptors, Trans. Am. Soc. Neurochem.22:215, 1991.

130.   Martin, D.C. and R.S. Aronstam, Concentrations of volatile anesthetics in vitro assays, FASEB J 5:A868, 1991.

131.   Fender, M.W., D.C. Martin and R.S. Aronstam, The effects of pentobarbital on NMDA receptors, FASEB J 5:A854, 1991.

132.   Aronstam, R.S. and D.C. Martin, Inhibition of glutamate-stimulated [3H]MK-801 binding is a general property of volatile anesthetics, FASEB J  5:A408, 1991.

133.   Ravindra, R. and R.S. Aronstam, Thyrotropin releasing hormone (TRH) receptor-G protein interactions in the rat anterior pituitary lobe are disrupted by colchicine and taxol, FASEB J  5:A1498, 1991.

134.   Baumgartner, M.K. and R.S. Aronstam, Influence of differentiation on muscarinic receptor systems in neuronal cells, FASEB J 5:A856, 1991.

135.   Ravindra, R. and R.S. Aronstam, Estradiol-17 inhibits gonadotropin releasing hormone stimulation of G protein GTPase activity in rat anterior pituitary lobe, Endocrinology Society Abstracts, 1991.

136.   Aronstam, R.S., R.L. Dennison, R. Ravindra and D.C. Martin, Ethanol disruption of muscarinic acetylcholine receptor-stimulated G protein GTPase activity and guanine nucleotide binding in rat brain, Alcoholism: Clin. Exp. Research 15:328, 1991.

137.   Martin, D.C., R.L. Dennison, M.K. Baumgartner and R.S. Aronstam, Influence of volatile anesthetics on NMDA-stimulated 45Ca uptake in rat brain, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 17:, 1991.

138.   Baumgartner, M.K., D.C. Martin, R.L. Dennison and R.S. Aronstam, Influence of retinoic acid-induced differentiation on NMDA receptors in cultured Neuro-2A cells, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 17:, 1991.

139.   Ravindra, R. and R.S. Aronstam, Stimulation of [32P]GDP release from G proteins in the rat anterior pituitary lobe by gonadotropin-releasing hormone,  Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 17:, 1991.

140.   Tano, T., A. Maelicke, R.S. Aronstam and E.X. Albuquerque, Benzoquinonium (BZQ) interactions with peripheral nicotinic acetylcholine receptors (AChR): Electrophysiological and biochemical studies,  Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 17:1527, 1991.

141.   Shaw, K.P., S. Pou, R.S. Aronstam and E.X. Albuquerque, Acridine araphanes: A new class of drugs used to evaluate pharmacophore interactions with cholinergic receptors,  Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 17:, 1991.

142.   Ravindra, R. and R.S. Aronstam, Estradiol-17, progesterone and testosterone inhibit thyrotropin releasing hormone stimulation of G protein GTPase activity in rat anterior pituitary lobe, Endocrinology Society Abstracts, 1992.

143.   Baumgartner, M.K., J.Wei and R.S. Aronstam, Muscarinic receptor expression after differentiation in human neuroblastoma cells, Pharmacologist 34:186, 1992.

144.   Martin, D.C., R.L. Dennison and R.S. Aronstam, Characterization of volatile anesthetic interactions with NMDA receptors, Trans. SE Pharmacol. Soc. 13:39, 1992.

145.   Baumgartner, M.K. and R.S. Aronstam, Differentiation induced by retinoic acid alters G protein GTPase and adenylate cyclase activities in a human neuroblastoma cell line,  Trans. SE Pharmacol. Soc  13:38, 1992.

146.   Wei, J., D.C. Hess, J.D. Catravas and R.S. Aronstam, Microvascular endothelial cells from human cerebral cortex express only the m2 subtype of muscarinic receptor,  Trans. SE Pharmacol. Soc 13:43, 1992.

147.   Aronstam, R.S., R.L. Dennison,and D.C. Martin, Ethanol inhibition of muscarinic receptor-stimulated binding of guanine nucleotides to G proteins in membranes from rat striatum, Alcoholism: Clin. Exp. Research 17:499, 1993.

148.   Aronstam, R.S. and T.L. Creazzo, Neurotransmitter stimulation of G protein GTPase activity in developing chick heart, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 19:1094, 1993.

149.   Martin, D.C., R.L. Dennison and R.S. Aronstam, Enflurane inhibition of glutamate-stimulated [3H]MK-801 binding is attenuated by spremidine, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 19:1784, 1993.

150.   Aronstam, R.S., H.L. Puhl, R.L. Dennison and D.C. Martin, Spermidine attenuates volatile anesthetic-induced disruption of glutamate-sensitive [3H]MK-801 binding, FASEB J 9:A393, 1995.

151.   H. Puhl, C.L. Williams, D.C. Martin, R.L. Dennison and R.S. Aronstam, Muscarinic receptor-mediated increases in the intracellular calcium concentration of neuroblastoma cells are inhibited by the protein kinase inhibitor, KN-62, FASEB J. 9:A389, 1995.

152.   Martin D.C., R.S. Williams and R.S. Aronstam, Volatile anesthetics disrupt nitrous oxide analgesia in the fomalin test in the rat, FASEB J. 9:A393, 1995.

153.   Aronstam, R.S., B.L. Mahon, E. Choi and H.L. Puhl, M1 and m5 muscarinic acetylcholine receptors expressed in CHO cells stimulate different signal transduction pathways,  Mol Biol Cell 6:212a, 1995.

154.   Aronstam, R.S., B.L. Mahon, E. Choi and H.L. Puhl, M1 and M5 muscarinic acetylcholine receptors expressed in CHO cells stimulate different signal transduction pathways, Ross Poster Session, SUNY Health Science Center, Syracuse, 1995.

155.   Puhl, H.L., J.D. Noti, T. Shay, J. Mattison and R.S. Aronstam, Analysis of the promoter regionof the gene for the human m3 muscarinic acetylcholine receptor, FASEB J. 10:A404, 1996.

156.   Stair, S., C.L. Williams, H.L. Puhl, L.G. May and R.S. Aronstam, Influence of acute and chronic ethanol exposure on arachidonic acid release mediated by muscarinic acetylcholine receptors expressed in CHO cells, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 22:1758, 1996.

157.   Canney D., J. Buccafusco, R. Aronstam, M. Gattu, M. Zhang, G. Sterling and P. Doukas, Preliminary characterization of ethyl(3-quinuclidinyl)acetate as a novel acetylcholine receptor ligand, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 22:1262, 1996.

158.   May L.G., H.L. Puhl, C.L. Williams and R.S. Aronstam, Arachidonic acid release mediated by muscarinic acetylcholine receptor subtypes expressed in CHO cells, Mol Biol Cell 7:175a, 1996.

159.   Chang, Z.L., L.G. May, H.L. Puhl, J. Mattison and R.S. Aronstam, Influence of acute and chronic ethanol treatment on muscarinic responses and receptor expression in CHO cells, Mol Biol Cell 7:648a, 1996.

160.   Aronstam, R.S., H.L. Puhl, L.G. May, Ethanol alteration of muscarinic receptor control of adenylate cyclase activity in rat brainstem, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 23:2019, 1997.

161.   Puhl, H.L., T. Shay, L.G. May and R.S. Aronstam, Influence of chronic ethanol treatment on the expression of G proteins in six regions of rat brain, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 23:2044, 1997.

162.     Williams, C.L., L.G. May, S. Krebs, A. Newman, R.S. Aronstam, Differential involvement of protein kinase C and protein kinase A in the muscarinic receptor signaling pathways mediating arachidonic acid release and PLC activation, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 23:710, 1997.

163.     May, L.G., N. Khosa, H.L. Puhl, R.S. Aronstam, Muscarinic acetylcholine receptor stimulation of phospholipase D, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 23:1749, 1997.

164.     Aronstam, R.S., L.G. May, V. Chandrasekaran, Z.L. Chang, S.M. Stair and C.L. Williams, Muscarinic receptor-mediated stimulation of phospholipase C and arachidonic acid release, but not calcium mobilization , is disrupted by chronic exposure to ethanol,  Molec. Biol. Cell 8:4447a, 1997.

165.     May, L.G., C.L. Williams and R.S. Aronstam, G-Protein involvement in muscarinic acetylcholine receptor stimulation of phospholipase D, Molec. Biol. Cell 8:143a, 1997.

166.     Jeong, S.W., R.S. Aronstam, S.R. Ikeda, Pertussis toxin-insensitive mutants of G protein Go/1 reconstitute voltage-dependent inhibition of calcium currents in rat sympathetic neurons, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 24:1574, 1998.

167.     May, L.G., C. Bohenick, R.S. Aronstam, The role of rho in release of arachidonic acid by the muscarinic acetylcholine receptors, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 24:1583, 1998.

168.     Puhl, H.L., J.D. Noti, R.S. Aronstam, Analysis of the promoter region of the human M3 muscarinic acetylcholine receptor gene, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 24:1586, 1998.

169.     Puhl, H.L. and R.S. Aronstam, Identification of promoter activity in the gene for the human M3 muscarinic receptors, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 25:1723, 1999.

170.     Aronstam, R.S., A. Morelli, C.L. Williams and H.L. Puhl, Activated Rho-A does not affect M3 muscarinic signaling pathways regulating adenylate cyclase activity, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 25:1984, 1999.

171.     Puhl, H.L., K. Kissel, J. Mattison and R.S. Aronstam Identification of a repressor region in the promoter of the gene for the human m3 muscarinic acetylcholine receptor, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 26:125, 2000.

172.     Aronstam, R.S., D.M. Lam, T. Shay and H.L. Puhl, M3 muscarinic acetylcholine receptor activation of cyclic nucleotide signaling: role of calcium and protein kinase C, Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 26:1644, 2000.

173.     Aronstam, R.S., D.M. Lam, T. Shay and H.L. Puhl, Calcium and protein kinase c do not contribute to m3 muscarinic acetylcholine receptor activation of adenylate cyclase, Guthrie Journal 70: 38, 2001.

174.     Puhl, H.L., K. Kissel, J. Mattison and R.S. Aronstam, Repressor region in the promoter of the gene for the human m3 muscarinic acetylcholine receptor, Guthrie Journal 70: 49, 2001.

175.     Ikeda, S.R., M.M. King, R.S. Aronstam and H.L. Puhl, Cloning and expression of cDNA encoding a tetrodotoxin-resistant (TTX-R) sodium channel (Scn10a) from mouse dorsal ganglion neurons, FASEB J. 2001.

176.     Puhl, H.L., K. Kissel, J.C. Mattison, C.L. Williams and R.S. Aronstam, Localization of a repressor region to the 3’ end of the promoter of the gene for the human M3 muscarinic acetylcholine receptor, FASEB J. 2001.

177.     Puhl, H.L., M.M. King, R.S. Aronstam and S.R. Ikeda, Cloning and functional characterization of a mouse cDNA encoding a tetrodotoxin-resistant (TTX-R) sodium channel (SCN10A), Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., 2001.

178.     Aronstam, R.S., S.R. Ikeda, S. Dugan, S. Kopatz, C. Warren and H.L. Puhl,  Establishment of a Resource Center for cDNA Clones at the Guthrie Research Institute, Guthrie Journal 71:21, 2002.

179.     Puhl, H.L., K. Kissel, J.C. Mattison and R.S. Aronstam, Localization of a repressor region to the 3’ end of the promoter of the gene for the human M3 muscarinic acetylcholine receptor, Guthrie Journal 71:32-33, 2002.

180.     Freije, J.E. and R.S. Aronstam, Physician participation in clinical research in a multispecialty clinic, Guthrie Journal 72:47,  2003.

181.     Sharma, S., R.S. Aronstam, S. Kopatz and C. Warren, Establishment of a Resource Center for cDNA Clones for signal transduction proteins, Guthrie Journal 72:59, 2003.

182.     Aronstam, R.S., Guthrie Research Institute – Signal transduction research and resources. Destination Discovery Conference: Collaborations, Binghamton, University, March, 2003.

183.     Sharma, S., R.S. Aronstam, S. Kopatz and M. King, Functional genomics in the post-genomic era, Upstate medical University Clinical campus poster session, 2003.

184.     Aronstam, R.S. and P. Patil, Influence of S-nitrosylation of membrane proteins on muscarinic receptors in brainstem and CHO cells. J. Neurochem. 104S, 30-31, 2008.

185.     Huang, C.-C., R.S. Aronstam, D.-R. Chen and Y.W. Huang, Intracellular calcium modulation and gene expression alteration in human lung epithelial cells exposed to ZnO nanoparticles, Gordon Conference presentation, 2008.

186.     Wang, H., B.A. Wheelden, A.C. Growcock, A.L. Martin, Y. Huang and R.S. Aronstam, Nitric oxide and muscarinic receptor –mediated signaling: Influence on calcium oscillations, American Society for Cell Biology, 2008.

187.      Huang, C., D. Chen, R.S. Aronstam and Y. Huang, Alterations in oxidative stress, apoptotic pathways, calcium metabolism and gene expression in human bronchial cells by zinc oxide nanoparticles, American Society for Cell Biology, 2008.

188.      Huang, C.-C., R.S. Aronstam, D.-R. Chen and Y.-w. Huang, Intracellular calcium modulation and gene expression alteration in human lung epithelial cells exposed to ZnO nanoparticles, Society for Free Radical Biology and Medicine, 2008.

189.      Huang, C.-C., R.S. Aronstam, D.-R. Chen, Y.-W. Huang, Increased intracellular calcium concentrations in human bronchialepithelial cells exposed to ultrafine zinc oxide particles, Society for Toxicology,  2009.

190.      Wang, H.-J., A. Martin. Y.-W. Huang and R.S. Aronstam, Muscarinic M3 receptor mediated intracellular calcium changes are pH sensitive and dependent, Society for Toxicology, 2009.

191.      Huang, Y.-W., C.-C. Huang, Y. Xu and R.S. Aronstam, Metal Oxides Influence Cellular Homeostasis via Multiple Interconnected Signaling Pathways, Society for Toxicology, 2010.

192.      R.S. Aronstam, H.-J. Wang, A.C. Growcock, J. O’Hara, T.-H. Tang, A. Martin and Y.-W. Huang, Nanoparticle Disruption of Muscarinic Receptor Mediated Signal Transduction, American Society for Neurochemistry, 2010.

193.      H.-J. Wang, T.-H. Tang, A.C. Growcock, J. O’Hara, , A. Martin, Y.-W. Huang and R.S. Aronstam, ZnO Nanoparticles Alter Muscarinic Receptor Ligand Binding and Activation of SOCE, Society for Toxicology, 2010.

194.      Erickson, J.D., C.H. Wu, H.-J. Wang, R.A. Reichard, E.K. Shannon, A.G. Martin, A. Martin, Y.-W. Huang and R.S. Aronstam, Comparative Effects of Metal Oxide Nanoparticles on Muscarinic Receptor Mediated Calcium Signaling. American Society for Neurochemistry, 2011.

195.      Martin, A.G, C.T. Chang, H.-J. Wang, J.D. Erickson, R.A. Reichard, E.K. Shannon, A. Martin, Y.-W. Huang and R.S. Aronstam, Halothane Suppresses Calcium Signals Generated in Response to Activation of M3 Receptors Expressed in CHO Cells, American Society for Neurochemistry, 2011.

196.     Aronstam, R.S., T.H. Tang, C.T. Chang, H.-J. Wang, J.D. Erickson, A.G. Martin. R.A Reichard, E.K. Shannon, A Martin and Y.-W. Huang, Disruption of Muscarinic Receptor Signal Transduction by Oxidative Stress, American Society for Neurochemistry, 2011.

197.      J.D. Erickson, H.-J. Wang, Y.-W. Huang, Disruption of Muscarinic Receptor Mediated Signal Transduction by Oxidative Stress, Society of Toxicology, 2011.

198.     Huang, Y.-W., C.C. Chusuei, S. Mallavarapu, J.G. Winiarz, J.-S. Moon and R.S. Aronstam, Searching for Common Denominators that Explain Cytotoxicity Induced by Metal and Non-metal Nanomaterials, Annual meeting EuroTox, Paris, 2011.

199.     Martin, A.L., K.Z. Williams, H.L. Chambers, R.A. Reichard, E.K.. Shannon, H.-J. Wang, A.G. Martin and R.S. Aronstam, Constitutive Activity of Orphan G Protein Coupled Receptors, Annual meeting, American Society for Cell Biology, Denver, CO, 2011.

200.       Martin, A.G., H.-J. Wang, R.A. Reichard, P.-K. Chao, E.K. Shannon, A.L. Martin, Y.-W. Huang, M.-H. Chang, R.S. Aronstam, Honokiol blocks store operated calcium entry in CHO cells expressing the M3 muscarinic receptor, Annual meeting, American Society for Cell Biology, Denver, CO, 2011.

201.     Huang, Y.-W., C.C. Chusuei, S. Mallavarapu and R.S. Aronstam, Mechanisms of Action of Cytotoxicity of Transition Metal Oxide Nanoparticles in Human Lung Cells, , Experimental Biology, 2012. 

202.     Huang, Y.-W.,  A. G. Martin, H-J. Wang, P-K. Chao, A. L. Martin1, E. K. Shannon, R. A. Reichard, M-H. Chang, and R.S. Aronstam Biphenols block calcium entry in response to activation of the M3 muscarinic receptor, Experimental Biology, 2012.

203.Aronstam, R.A., K.Z. Williams, H.L. Chambers, R.A. Reichard, E.K. Shannon, H.-J. Wang, A.G. Martin, and A.L. Martin, Orphan G protein coupled receptors: signaling path    ways, Annual Meeting, American Society for Neurochemistry, Baltimore, MD, 2012.

204.    Shannon, E.K., A.L. Martin, V.A. Kaighin, A.G.. Martin and R.S. Aronstam, Transcriptional regulation mediated by muscarinic acetylcholine receptors with native and constitutively active phenotypes, Annual Meeting, American Society for Neurochemistry, Baltimore, MD, 2012.

205.    Yue-Wern Huang, Y.-W., C. Chusuei, C.-H. Wu, S. Mallavarapu, J.G. Winiarz and R.S. Aronstam, Cytotoxicity of Fourth Period Transition Metal Oxide Nanoparticles Depends on Certain Physicochemical Properties. TechConnect World Conference Washington, DC. May 12-16, 2013.

206.   Yue-Wern Huang, Y.-W., C. Chusuei, C.-H. Wu, S. Mallavarapu, J.G. Winiarz and R.S. Aronstam, Cell viability and apoptosis induced by transition metal oxide nanoparticles depend on surface charge, available surface binding site, and ion dissolution, , March 10-14. 52nd Annual Meeting of the Society of Toxicology, San Antonio, TX, 2013.

207.    Martin, A.L., H.L. Chambers, K.Z. Williams and R. AS Aronstam, Constitutive activity of orphan G protein coupled receptors, Constitutive Activity of Orphan G Protein Coupled Receptors, 4th GPCR Colloquium, American Society for Pharmacology & Experimental Therapeutics, Boston, MA, April, 2013. 

208.   Frye, H.E., H.-J. Wang, Y.-W. Haung, A.L. Martin and R.S. Aronstam, M2 muscarinic receptor signaling through phos-pholipase C mediated by a modified Gαq protein, Annual meeting, American So Cell Biology, New Orleans, 2013.

209.   Huang, Y-W., F.Y.S. Hou, C.-M. Hsu, C.-J. Hsiao and R.S. Aronstam, Mechanisms of toxicity and types of cell death induced by nanoscale particles, Annual meeting, American Society for Cell Biology, New Orleans, LA, 2013.

210.    Shannon, E.K., A.L. Martin, H.-J. Wang and R.S. Aronstam, M2 muscarinic receptor control of gene expression signaling mediated by Gαs, Annual meeting, American Society for Cell Biology, New Orleans, LA, 2013.

211.  Wang, H.-J., S.B. Tobwala, D. Lindgren, R.S. Aronstam, H. Karacal and N. Ercal, N-acetylcysteine amide (NACA) prevents retinal degeneration induced by sodium iodate in C57BL/6 mice, Free Radical Biology and Medicine 65 (Suppl. 2), 2013

212.  Tolliver, L.M., F.Y.S Hou, H.-J. Lee, R.S. Aronstam and Y.-W. Huang, Distinct patterns of apoptosis and necrosis in A549 cells by fourth-period transition metal oxide nanoparticles, Society for Toxicology, 2015 Annual Meeting.

 

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