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 (names in italics denotes WM undergraduate student)

Martens, C.R., Kuczmarski, J.M., Kim, J., Guers, J.J., Harris, M.B., Lennon-Edwards, S., and Edwards, D.G. Voluntary wheel running augments aortic L-arginine transport and endothelial function in rats with chronic kidney disease. American Journal of Physiology: Renal Physiology 2014, Jun 25. pii. ajprenal.00014.2014 [epub ahead of print].

Chia M.,Liao C.A., Huang C.Y., Lee W.C., Hou C.W., Yu S.H., Harris M.B., Hsu T.S., Lee S.D. andKuo, C.H. Reducing body fat with altitude hypoxia training in swimmers: role ofblood perfusion to skeletal muscles. Chinese Journal of Physiology, 56(1):18-25,2013

Harris, M.B. and Wolf, M.R. Cardiovascular disease risk factors following a 758 km, 30-day pilgrimage. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 34(08):727-731, 2013.

Tseng,C.Y., Lee, J.P., Tsai, Y.S., Lee, S.D., Kao, C.L., Lai, C.S., Harris, M.B.,and Kuo,C-H.  Topical cooling (icing)delays recovery from eccentric exercise-induced muscle damage. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 27(5):1354-61, 2013.

Nelson, M.J., Harris, M.B., Boluyt, M.O., Hwang, H.S. and Starnes, J.W. Effect of N-2 mercaptopropionyl glycine (MPG) on exercise-induced cardiovascular adaptations. American Journal of Physiology: Regulatory, Integrative, and Comparative Physiology [Epub ahead of print], 2011.

Deschenes, M.R., Roby, M.A., Eason, M.K., and Harris, M.B. Romodeling of the neuromuscular junction precedes sarcopenia related alterations in myofibersExperimental Gerontology 45(5):389-93, 2010.

Chen, Y.L., Liu Y.F., Huang, C.Y., Lee, S.D., Chan, Y.S., Chen, C.C., Harris, B., Kuo, C.H.  Normalization effect of sports training on blood pressure in hypertensivesJournal of Sports Sciences 28(4):361-7, 2010.

Harris, M.B., Slack, K.N., Prestosa, D.T., Hryvniak, D.J. Resistance training improves endothelial dysfunction in aged rats.  European Journal of Applied Physiology 108(3):533-40, 2010.

Harris, M.B., Mitchell, B.M., Sood, S.G., Webb, R.C. and Venema, R.C. Increased nitric oxide synthase activity and Hsp90 association in skeletal muscle following chronic exercise. European Journal of Applied Physiology 104(5):795-802, 2008.

Nagy, S., Harris, M.B., Ju, H., Bhatia, J., and Venema, R.C. pH and nitric oxide synthase activity and expression in bovine aortic endothelial cells. Acta Paediatrica 95(7):814-7, 2006.

Harris, M.B., Bartoli, M., Sood, S.G., Mattis, R.L., and Venema, R.C. Direct interaction of the cell division cycle 37 homolog (Cdc37) inhibits endothelial nitric oxide synthase (eNOS) activity.  Circulation Research 98(3):335-41, 2006.

Li C, Harris MB , Venema VJ, Venema RC. Endostatin induces acute endothelial nitric oxide and prostacyclin release. Biochemical Biophysical Research Communications. 329(3):873-8, 2005.

Li C, Huang W, Harris MB , Goolsby JM, Venema RC. Interaction of the endothelial nitric oxide synthase with the CAT-1 arginine transporter enhances NO release by a mechanism not involving arginine transport. Biochemical Journal. 386(Pt 3):567-74, 2005.

Fulton, D., Harris, M.B., Venema, R.C., Marrero, M.B., and Stepp, D.W. Insulin resistance does not diminish eNOS expression, phosphorylation, or binding to Hsp90. American Journal of Physiology: Heart and Circulatory Physiology. 287(6):H2384-93, 2004.

Harris, M.B., Blackstone, M.A., Sood, S.G., Li, C., Goolsby, J.M., Venema, V.J., Kemp, B.E. and Venema, R.C. Acute activation and phosphorylation of endothelial nitric oxide synthase by HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors. American Journal of Physiology: Heart and Circulatory Physiology. 287(2):H560-6, 2004.

Venema, R.V., Venema, V.J., Ju, H., Harris, M.B., Snead, C., Dimitropoulou, C., Catravas, J.D. Interactions of eNOS with sGC in the eNOS/Hsp90/sGC complex are mediated by Hsp90. American Journal of Physiology: Heart and Circulatory Physiology. 285:H669-78, 2003.

Harris, M.B., Blackstone, M.A., Ju, H., Venema, V.J., and Venema, R.C. Heat-induced increases in endothelial nitric oxide synthase expression, activity, and endothelial NO release. American Journal of Physiology: Heart and Circulatory Physiology. 285:H333-40, 2003.

Harris, M. B., Michell, B.J., Chen, Z.P., Ju, H., Venema, V.J., Blackstone, M.A., Huang, W., Kemp, B.E. and Venema, R.C. Identification of regulatory sites of phosphorylation of the bovine endothelial nitric-oxide synthase at serines 617 and 635. Journal of Biological Chemistry 277:42344-51, 2002.

Mitchell, C.R., Harris, M.B., Cordaro, A.R., and Starnes, J.W. Effect of body temperature during exercise on skeletal muscle cytochrome c content. Journal of Applied Physiology 93:526-530, 2002.

Harris, M.B., Ju, H., Venema, V.J., Liang, H., Zou, R., Michell, B.J., Chen, Z.P., Kemp, B.E., and Venema, R.C. Reciprocal phosphorylation and regulation of the endothelial nitric oxide synthase in response to bradykinin stimulation. Journal of Biological Chemistry 276:16587-16591, 2001.

Harris, M.B. and Starnes, J.W. Effects of body temperature on chronic exercise-induced cardioprotection. American Journal of Physiology 280:H2271-H2280, 2001.

Harris, M.B., Ju, H., Venema, V.J., Blackstone, M., and Venema, R.C. Role of heat shock protein 90 in Bradykinin-stimulated endothelial nitric oxide release. General Pharmacology 35:165-170, 2000.

Ju, H., Venema, V.J., Liang, H., Harris, M.B., Zou, R., and Venema, R.C. Bradykinin activates the JAK/STAT pathway in vascular endothelial cells. Localization of JAK/STAT signaling proteins in plasmalemmal caveolae. Biochemical Journal 351:257-264, 2000.

Taylor, R.P., Harris, M.B., Starnes, J.W. Acute exercise can improve cardioprotection without increasing heat-shock protein. American Journal of Physiology 276:H1098-H1102, 1999.