Leaders in Learning: Publications of Faculty & Staff

The University of Western Ontario

Health Sciences - Office of the Dean: 1997-1998



Belcastro, A.N., L.D. Shewchuk, and D.A. Raj. 1998. Exercise-induced muscle injury: A calpain hypothesis. Molecular and Cellular Chemistry 179: 135-145.

Raj, D.A., T.S. Booker, and A.N. Belcastro. 1998. Striated muscle calcium-stimulated cysteine protease (calpain-like) activity promotes myeloperoxidase activity with exercise. Pflugers Archiv - European Journal of Physiology 435: 804-809.



Bamji, S.X., M. Majdan, D. Pozniak, D.J. Belliveau, R. Aloyz, J. Kohn, C.G. Causing, and F.D. Miller. 1998. The p75 neurotrophin receptor mediates neuronal apoptosis and is essential for naturally occurring sympathetic neuron death. The Journal of Cell Biology 140 (4): 911-923.

Belliveau, D.J., J.F. Bechberger, K.A. Rogers, and C.C.G. Naus. 1997. Differential expression of gap junctions in neurons and astrocytes derived from P19 embryonal carcinoma cells. Developmental Genetics 21: 187-200.

Belliveau, D.J., I. Krivko, J. Kohn, C. Lachance, C. Pozniak, D. Rusakov, D. Kaplan, and F.D. Miller. 1997. NGF and Neurotrophin-3 both activate TrkA on sympathetic neurons but differentially regulate survival and neuritogenesis. The Journal of Cell Biology 136 (2): 375-388.

Lachance, C., D.J. Belliveau, and P.A. Barker. 1997. Blocking nerve growth factor binding to the p75 neurotrophin receptor on sympathetic neurons transiently reduces TRKA activation but does not affect neuronal survival. Neuroscience 81 (3): 861-871.

Majdan, M., C. Lachance, A. Gloster, R. Aloyz, C. Zeindler, S. Bamji, A. Bhakar, D.J. Belliveau, J. Fawcett, F.D. Miller, and P.A. Barker. 1997. Transgenic mice expressing the intracellular domain of the p75 neurotrophin receptor undergo neuronal apoptosis. The Journal of Neuroscience 17 (18): 6988-6998.



Chilibeck, P.D., D.H. Paterson, C.R. McCreary, G.D. Marsh, D.A. Cunningham, and R.T. Thompson. 1998. The effects of age on kinetics of oxygen uptake and phosphocreatine in humans during exercise. Experimental Physiology 83: 107-117.