William J. Pottorf, Ph.D.
|2000||Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, United States|
Area:Neuroscience Biology, Cell Biology, Human Development
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|Buchholz JN, Behringer EJ, Pottorf WJ, et al. (2007) Age-dependent changes in Ca2+ homeostasis in peripheral neurones: implications for changes in function. Aging Cell. 6: 285-96|
|Pottorf WJ, Duckles SP, Buchholz JN. (2002) Aging and calcium buffering in adrenergic neurons. Autonomic Neuroscience : Basic & Clinical. 96: 2-7|
|Pottorf WJ, De Leon DD, Hessinger DA, et al. (2001) Function of SERCA mediated calcium uptake and expression of SERCA3 in cerebral cortex from young and old rats. Brain Research. 914: 57-65|
|Pottorf WJ, Duckles SP, Buchholz JN. (2000) SERCA function declines with age in adrenergic nerves from the superior cervical ganglion. Journal of Autonomic Pharmacology. 20: 281-90|
|Pottorf WJ, Duckles SP, Buchholz JN. (2000) Mechanisms of calcium buffering in adrenergic neurones and effects of ageing: testing the limits of homeostasis. Journal of Autonomic Pharmacology. 20: 63-75|
|Pottorf WJ, Duckles SP, Buchholz JN. (2000) Adrenergic nerves compensate for a decline in calcium buffering during ageing. Journal of Autonomic Pharmacology. 20: 1-13|
|Tsai H, Pottorf WJ, Buchholz JN, et al. (1998) Adrenergic nerve smooth endoplasmic reticulum calcium buffering declines with age. Neurobiology of Aging. 19: 89-96|