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Benkusky NA et al., Intact {beta}-adrenergic response and unmodified progression toward heart failure in mice with genetic ablation of a major protein kinase A phosphorylation site in the cardiac ryanodine receptor.
Circulation Research 2007; 101:819-829

Zima AV et al., Partial inhibition of SR Ca release evokes long-lasting Ca release events in ventricular myocytes: role of luminal Ca in termination of Ca release.
Biophysical Journal 2008; 94:1867-1879

Domeier TL et al., IP3 receptor-dependent Ca2+ release modulates excitation-contraction coupling in rabbit ventricular myocytes.
AJP - Heart and Circulatory Physiology 2008; 294(2): H596-H604

Yamamoto T et al., Identification of target domains of the cardiac ryanodine receptor to correct channel disorder in failing hearts.
Circulation 2008; 117: 762-772

Colella M et al., Ca2+ oscillation frequency decoding in cardiac cell hypertrophy: Role of calcineurin/NFAT as Ca2+ signal integrators.
PNAS 2008; 105(8): 2859-2864

Zima AV et al., Termination of cardiac Ca2+ sparks - Role of intra-SR [Ca2+], release flux, and intra-SR [Ca2+] diffusion.
Circulation Research 2008; 103:e105

Zima AV et al., Tricyclic antidepressant amitriptyline alters sarcoplasmic reticulum calcium handling in ventricular myocytes.
AJP - Heart and Circulatory Physiology 2008; 295: H2008-H2016

Cheng H and Lederer WJ, Calcium sparks.
Physiological Reviews 2008; 88(4): 1491-1545

Tateishi H et al., Defective domain-domain interactions within the ryanodine receptor as a critical cause of diastolic Ca2+ leak in failing hearts.
Cardiovascular Research 2009; 81(3): 536-545

Shirokova N and Niggli E, Studies of RyR function in situ.
Methods 2008; 46: 183-193

Hayashi T et al., Three-dimensional electron microscopy reveals new details of membrane systems for Ca2+ signaling in the heart.
Journal of Cell Science 2009; 122(7): 1005-1013

Pickering JD et al., DHPR activation underlies SR Ca2+ release induced by osmotic stress in isolated rat skeletal muscle fibers.
Journal of General Physiology 2009; 133(5): 511-524 

Lyon AR et al., Loss of T-tubules and other changes to surface topography in ventricular myocytes from failing human and rat heart.
PNAS 2009; In press

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