Browsing publications by Professor Michael Taggart

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Professor Nick Europe-Finner
Professor Michael Taggart
Dr Magdalena Karolczak-Bayatti
A role for cytoskeletal protein acetylation in modulating myometrial activity2013
Professor Michael Taggart
Current Perspectives in Uterine Research: Reviews From the Society for Gynecologic Investigation Myometrium and Parturition Satellite Symposia2013
Ana Dordea
Dr Michele Sweeney
Julie Taggart
Dr Jon Lartey
Professor Stephen Robson
et al.
Differential vasodilation of human placental and myometrial arteries related to myofilament Ca2+-desensitization and the expression of Hsp20 but not MYPT12013
Dr Aiqing Chen
Dr Magdalena Karolczak-Bayatti
Dr Michele Sweeney
Professor Nick Europe-Finner
Professor Michael Taggart
et al.
Lysine deacetylase inhibition promotes relaxation of arterial tone and C-terminal acetylation of HSPB6 (Hsp20) in vascular smooth muscle cells2013
Julie Taggart
Professor Michael Taggart
Age-related changes in the contractile and passive arterial properties of murine mesenteric small arteries are altered by caveolin-1 knockout2012
Dr Magdalena Karolczak-Bayatti
Dr Nadhim Bayatti
Dr Neil Chapman
Professor Nick Europe-Finner
Professor Michael Taggart
et al.
Changes in Expression of PKA-and Acetylation-Related Signalling Molecules with Guinea Pig Pregnancy2012
Dr Wing Tong
Professor Nick Europe-Finner
Professor Michael Taggart
Chemoattractant Activity of Cervix and Ovary Is Not Increased at Term or RU486-Induced Preterm Labor in the Guinea Pig2012
Dr Wing Tong
Professor Michael Taggart
Professor Nick Europe-Finner
Chemoattractant Activity of Extracts from Uterine and Fetal Membranes Is Not Related to Maternal Serum Progesterone Concentrations and Is Not Required for Labor in Guinea Pigs2012
Professor Michael Taggart
Differential Effect of Insulin Like Growth Factor-I on Constriction of Human Uterine and Placental Arteries2012
Dr Wing Tong
Professor Nick Europe-Finner
Professor Michael Taggart
Guinea Pig Parturition Occurs in the Absence of Serum Progesterone (P4) Withdrawal yet Anti-Progestin Treatment Induces Preterm Labor: A Model for Human Parturition2012
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