SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

  • Thoonen, R, AG Hindle and M Scherrer-Crosbie (2016) Brown adipose tissue: the heat is on the heart. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol 310:H1592-605.
  • Dordea AC, Vandenwijngaert S, Garcia V, Tainsh RE, Nathan DI, Allen K, Raher MJ, Tainsh LT, Zhang F, Lieb WS, Mikelman S, Kirby A, Stevens C, Thoonen R, Hindle AG, Sips PY, Falck JR, Daly MJ, Brouckaert P, Bloch KD, Bloch DB, Malhotra R, Schwartzman ML, Buys ES (2016) Androgen-sensitive hypertension associated with soluble guanylate cyclase-a1 deficiency is mediated by 20-HETE. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol 310:H1790-800. PMID: 27199131
  • Grabek, KR, SL Martin and AG Hindle. (2015) Proteomics approaches shed new light on hibernation physiology. J Comp Physiol B. 185:607-627.
  • Hindle, AG, JP Otis, LE Epperson, TA Hornberger, CA Goodman, HV Carey and SL Martin. (2015) Prioritization of skeletal muscle regrowth for emergence from hibernation. J Exp Biol. 218: 276-284.
  • Hindle, AG and SL Martin (2013) Cytoskeletal regulation dominates temperature-sensitive proteomic changes of hibernation in forebrain of 13-lined ground squirrels. PLoS ONE 8(8): e71627.
  • Hindle, AG, A Karimpour-Fard, LE Epperson, LE Hunter and SL Martin (2011) Skeletal muscle proteomics: carbohydrate metabolism oscillates with seasonal and torpor-arousal physiology of hibernation. Am J Physiol 301:R1440–1452.
  • Grabek, KR, A Karimpour-Fard, LE Epperson, AG Hindle, LE Hunter and SL Martin. (2011) A multi-state proteomics analysis reveals novel strategies used by a hibernator to precondition the heart and conserve ATP for winter heterothermy. Physiol Genomics, 43: 1263–1275.
  • Lawler, JM and AG Hindle (2011) Living in a box or call of the wild? Resisting lifetime inactivity and sarcopenia. Antioxid Redox Signal 15:2529–2541.