Reginald A. Chapman, BSc, PhD

Gatty Marine Labs St Andrews University, Scotland, Saint Andrews, Scotland, United Kingdom 
Repetitive activity in nerve
"Reginald Chapman"

PhD under G Adrian Horridge (St Andrews), then worked at the Zoological Station, Naples, Italy, then worked at UCL (collab Rolf Neidergerke), then worked at Leicester University (collabs John Tunstall and others), then Professor of Physiology at Univerity of Bristol until his death.

Mean distance: 15.31 (cluster 6)
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Christopher Fry grad student (Physiology Academic Tree)
David J. Miller grad student 1969-1972 Leicester University
David Ellis grad student 1970-1973 University of Leicester
Chris H. Fry grad student 1970-1973 University of Leicester
M.Saadeh Suleiman post-doc 1988-1993 University of Bristol (Physiology Academic Tree)


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Rolf Niedergerke collaborator 1963-1966 UCL
 (Calcium and control of contraction in frog heart)
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Chapman RA, Léoty C. (2015) The time-dependent and dose-dependent effects of caffeine on the contraction of the ferret heart. The Journal of Physiology. 256: 287-314
Ban K, Handa S, Chapman RA. (1999) On the mechanism of the failure of mitochondrial function in isolated guinea-pig myocytes subjected to a Ca2+ overload. Cardiovascular Research. 44: 556-67
Chapman RA, AlabovskiÄ­ VV, Vinokurov AA. (1999) [Dependence of the protective effect of the elevated sodium level on the type of oxidative substrate in the isolated heart during "calcium paradox"]. Rossiä­Skii Fiziologicheskiä­ Zhurnal Imeni I.M. Sechenova / Rossiä­Skaia Akademiia Nauk. 85: 1409-14
Chatamra KR, Chapman RA. (1996) The effects of sodium-calcium exchange inhibitors on protein loss associated with the calcium paradox of the isolated Langendorff perfused guinea-pig heart. Experimental Physiology. 81: 203-10
Allen TJ, Chapman RA. (1995) The effect of a chemical phosphatase on single calcium channels and the inactivation of whole-cell calcium current from isolated guinea-pig ventricular myocytes. Pflã¼Gers Archiv : European Journal of Physiology. 430: 68-80
Tunstall J, Chapman RA. (1994) The effect of ryanodine on the contraction of isolated frog atrial trabeculae is triggered by caffeine. Experimental Physiology. 79: 435-44
Minezaki KK, Suleiman MS, Chapman RA. (1994) Changes in mitochondrial function induced in isolated guinea-pig ventricular myocytes by calcium overload. The Journal of Physiology. 476: 459-71
Suleiman MS, Minezaki KK, Ban K, et al. (1994) A phospholipase A2 inhibitor (Ro 31-4493) prevents protein loss associated with the calcium paradox in isolated guinea pig hearts without effect on contracture, calcium overload, or the currents through L-type calcium channels. Cardiovascular Research. 28: 650-5
Suleiman MS, Fernando HC, Dihmis WC, et al. (1993) A loss of taurine and other amino acids from ventricles of patients undergoing bypass surgery. British Heart Journal. 69: 241-5
Minezaki KK, Chapman RA. (1993) The role of the sodium pump and sodium-calcium exchange in recovery from calcium overload in guinea-pig ventricular myocytes. Experimental Physiology. 78: 545-8
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