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John Stallone

Professor

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Phone: (979) 862-3065

Mailstop: 4466

Department: VTPP

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Education

  • PhD Physiology, University of Arizona 1984
  • MS Biology, San Diego State University 1974
  • BS Zoology, San Diego State University 1972

Scholarly Interests

Vascular physiology and pharmacology, especially sex differences in vascular function, blood pressure and hypertension. The roles of the gonadal steroids (androgens and estrogens) in the regulation of vascular function, and endothelium-vascular smooth muscle interactions.

Publications

Effects of arginine and antioxidant vitamins on pulmonary artery reactivity to phenylephrine in the broiler chicken
Bautista-Ortega, J, Stallone JN, Ruiz-Feria CA
Poultry Science. 92 :1062–1072, 2013.
Effects of age and sex on cerebrovascular function in the rat middle cerebral artery
Deer RR, Stallone JN
Biology of Sex Differences . 5:12-2, 2014.
G protein-coupled estrogen receptor 1 (GPER) mediates relaxation of coronary arteries via cAMP/PKA-dependent activation of MLCP
Yu, X, Li F, Klussmann E, Stallone JN, Han G
Am J Physiol (Endocrinol and Metab) . 307: E398–E407, 2014.
Systemic hypotensive effects of testosterone are androgen structure-specific and neuronal nitric oxide synthase-dependent.
Perusquia, M., C.D. Greenway, L.M. Perkins, and J.N. Stallone
to Am. J. Physiol. (Regul., Integ., and Compar. Physiol.).
Peroxynitrite mediates testosterone-induced vasodilation of microvascular resistance vessels
Y Puttabyatappa, JN Stallone, A Ergul, AB El-Remessy, S Kumar, S Black, M Johnson, MP Owen, and RE White
J Pharmacol Exp Ther. . 345(1): 7-14, 2013.
Age- and estrogen-dependent effects on cerebrovascular reactivity: shifting from beneficial to detrimental
Deer, R.R., L. Perkins, and J.N. Stallone
FASEB Journal. 28: 1609.
Effects of estrogen on cerebrovascular function: age-dependent shifts from beneficial to detrimental in small cerebral arteries of the rat
Deer, RR, and J.N. Stallone
Amer J Physiology (Heart and Circulatory Physiology). 310: H1285-H1294.
Translational and welfare considerations in pre-clinical models of sepsis
Burkholder, T.H., and Stallone, J.N.
SCAW Newsletter. 39(1): 7-12.


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