David J. Miller, BSc, PhD

Affiliations: 
Physiology, School of Life Sci University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom 
Area:
Cardiac muscle physiology, muscle contraction, Carnosine, zinc ions, Life of Sydney Ringer
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Bio:

PhD at Leicester, then worked at the Ruhr University, Bochum (W) Germany (Prof H Ch Lüttgau, Prof JC Rüegg et al), then University of Glasgow, Scotland (Prof OF Hutter et al)

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Parents

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Reginald A. Chapman grad student 1969-1972 Leicester University
 (Effects of caffeine on frog heart)

Children

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Catherine A. Crichton grad student University of Glasgow (Physiology Academic Tree)
Martin A. Denvir grad student University of Glasgow (Physiology Academic Tree)
Christine Lamont grad student University of Glasgow (Physiology Academic Tree)
Niall G. MacFarlane grad student University of Glasgow (Physiology Academic Tree)
Godfrey L. Smith grad student University of Glasgow
Derek S. Steele grad student University of Leeds (Physiology Academic Tree)
Jamie J. Varghese grad student University of Glasgow (Physiology Academic Tree)
Gayle Wilson grad student University of Glasgow (Physiology Academic Tree)
Simon M. Harrison grad student 1987-1990 University of Glasgow (Physiology Academic Tree)

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John C. McGrath collaborator University of Glasgow (Physiology Academic Tree)
Dimitri George Stephenson collaborator 1973-1976 (Physiology Academic Tree)
John A S McGuigan collaborator 1979-1979 Department of Physiology, University of Bern (Physiology Academic Tree)
Chris H. Fry collaborator 1987-1989 St Thomas's Hospital Medical School
Deborah P. Harding collaborator 1987-1989 St Thomas' Hospital, London
John J. O'Dowd collaborator 1990-1996 University of Glasgow
Anne O'Dowd collaborator 1996-1999 University of Glasgow (Physiology Academic Tree)
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Lin MF, Takahashi S, Forêt S, et al. (2019) Transcriptomic analyses highlight the likely metabolic consequences of colonization of a cnidarian host by native or non-native species. Biology Open
Stephenson DG, Miller DJ. (2018) Hans-Christoph Lüttgau 20 July 1926-5 November 2017. Journal of Muscle Research and Cell Motility
Miller DJ. (2012) Rolf Niedergerke (1921-2011): a life in muscle research. Journal of Muscle Research and Cell Motility. 33: 297-300
Miller DJ, Smith GL. (2010) Lüttgau & Niedergerke; the classic study of calcium-sodium antagonism half a century on. The Journal of Physiology. 588: 23-5
Miller DJ. (2004) Sydney Ringer; physiological saline, calcium and the contraction of the heart Journal of Physiology. 555: 585-587
Miller DJ, MacFarlane NG, Wilson G. (2004) Altered oscillatory work by ventricular myofilaments from a rabbit coronary artery ligation model of heart failure. Cardiovascular Research. 61: 94-104
Miller DJ, O'Dowd A. (2000) Vascular smooth muscle actions of carnosine as its zinc complex are mediated by histamine H(1) and H(2) receptors. Biochemistry. Biokhimii︠a︡. 65: 798-806
MacFarlane NG, Takahashi S, Wilson G, et al. (1999) Effects of reactive oxygen species on myofilament function in a rabbit coronary artery ligation model of heart failure. PflüGers Archiv : European Journal of Physiology. 438: 289-98
O'Dowd A, Miller DJ. (1998) Analysis of an H1 receptor-mediated, zinc-potentiated vasoconstrictor action of the histidyl dipeptide carnosine in rabbit saphenous vein. British Journal of Pharmacology. 125: 1272-80
Denvir MA, MacFarlane NG, Miller DJ, et al. (1998) Effects of cyclic adenosine monophosphate (cAMP) on sarcoplasmic reticulum Ca(2+)-loading in failing rabbit and human cardiac trabeculae. Basic Research in Cardiology. 93: 396-404
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