Volume 65, Issue 2, 2016


  • Physiol. Res. 65: i-ii, 2016; Full version (PDF file)

    Acknowledgements to Reviewers


  • Physiol. Res. 65: 173-191, 2016; Full version (PDF file)

    Excitation-contraction coupling and excitation-transcription coupling in blood vessels: their possible interactions in hypertensive vascular remodeling.
    E. Misárková, M. Behuliak, M. Bencze, J. Zicha (Inst. Physiol., Czech Acad. Sci., Prague, Czech Republic)

  • Physiol. Res. 65: 193-207, 2016; Full version (PDF file)

    Excess of free fatty acids as a cause of metabolic dysfunction in skeletal muscle.
    J. Tumova, M. Andel, J. Trnka (Dept. Nutr. & Ctr. Res. Diab., Metab., Nutr., Third Fac. Med., Charles Univ., Prague, Czech Republic)

    Original Articles


  • Physiol. Res. 65: 209-217, 2016; Full version (PDF file)

    Natriuretic peptide resistance of mesenteric arteries in spontaneous hypertensive rat is alleviated by exercise.
    J. Yu, B. Zhang, X.-L. Su, R. Tie, P. Chang, X.-C. Zhang, J.-B. Wang, G. Zhao, M.-Z. Zhu, H.-F. Zhang, B.-Y. Chen (Centr. Lab., Sec. Affil. Hosp., Xi’an Med. Univ., Xi’an & Dept. Radiol., Sec. Affil. Hosp., Fourth Milit. Med. Univ., Xi’an, China)

  • Physiol. Res. 65: 219-228, 2016; Full version (PDF file)

    Determinants of preclinical atherosclerosis are different in type 1 and type 2 diabetic women.
    P. Piťhová, K. Štechová, J. Piťha, V. Lánská, M. Kvapil (Clinic Internal Med., Sec. Med. Fac. & Teach. Hosp. Motol, Charles Univ., Prague, Czech Republic)

  • Physiol. Res. 65: 229-237, 2016; Full version (PDF file)

    Inflammatory markers in primary aldosteronism.
    Z. Šomlóová, O. Petrák, J. Rosa, B. Štrauch, T. Indra, T. Zelinka, M. Haluzík, V. Zikán, R. Holaj, J. Widimský Jr. (Third Dept. Internal Med., First Fac. Med., Charles Univ. & Gen. Univ. Hosp., Prague, Czech Republic)

  • Physiol. Res. 65: 239-250, 2016; Full version (PDF file)

    Reduction in the amplitude of shortening and Ca2+ transient by phlorizin and quercetin-3-O-glucoside in ventricular myocytes from streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats.
    N. N. Hamouda, M. A. Qureshi, J. M. Alkaabi, M. Oz, F. C. Howarth (Depts Physiol. Pharmacol., Coll. Med. Health Sci., UAE Univ., Al Ain, UAE)

  • Physiol. Res. 65: 251-257, 2016; Full version (PDF file)

    Biomarkers of cellular apoptosis and necrosis in donor myocardium are not predictive of primary graft dysfunction.
    O. Szarszoi, J. Besik, M. Smetana, J. Maly, M. Urban, J. Maluskova, A. Lodererova, L. Hoskova, Z. Tucanova, J. Pirk, I. Netuka (Dept. Cardiovasc. Surg., Inst. Clin. Exp. Med., Prague, Czech Republic)

  • Physiol. Res. 65: 259-269, 2016; Full version (PDF file)

    Oscillation in tissue oxygen index during recovery from exercise.
    T. Yano, R. Afroundeh, K. Shirakawa, C.-S. Lian, K. Shibata, Z. Xiao, T. Yunoki (Dept. Human Develop. Sci., Fac. Educ., Hokkaido Univ., Kita-ku, Japan)

  • Physiol. Res. 65: 271-279, 2016; Full version (PDF file)

    Effect of aerobic training and resistance training on circulating irisin level and their association with change of body composition in overweight/obese adults: a pilot study.
    H.-J. Kim, H.-J. Lee, B. So, J. S. Son, D. Yoon, W. Song (Health Exerc. Sci. Lab., Inst. Sport Sci., Seoul Nat. Univ. & Inst. Aging, Seoul Nat. Univ., Seoul, Korea)

  • Physiol. Res. 65: 281-291, 2016; Full version (PDF file)

    Endothelial glycocalyx integrity is preserved in young, healthy men during a single bout of strenuous physical exercise.
    J. Majerczak, K. Duda, S. Chlopicki, G. Bartosz, A. Zakrzewska, A. Balcerczyk, R. T. Smoleński, J. A. Zoladz (Dept. Muscle Physiol., Chair Physiol. Biochem., Fac. Rehab., Univ. School Phys. Educ., Kraków, Poland)

  • Physiol. Res. 65: 293-302, 2016; Full version (PDF file)

    Higher muscle content of perilipin 5 and endothelial lipase protein in trained than untrained middle-aged men.
    A. Vigelsø, C. Prats, T. Ploug, F. Dela, J. W. Helge (Ctr. Healthy Aging & Dept. Biomed. Sci., Fac. Health Sci., Univ. Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark)

  • Physiol. Res. 65: 303-309, 2016; Full version (PDF file)

    Central and peripheral response to incremental cycling exercise in older untrained active men: a comparison of those in-between.
    C. D. O’Neill, D. S. Kimmerly, S. Dogra (Fac. Health Sci. (Kinesiol.), Univ. Ontario Inst. Technol., Oshawa, ON, Canada)

  • Physiol. Res. 65: 311-320, 2016; Full version (PDF file)

    Pharmacokinetics of leptin in female mice.
    R. A. Hart, R. C. Dobos, L. L. Agnew, R. L. Tellam, J. R. McFarlane (Ctr. Bioactive Discovery in Health and Ageing, Univ. New England, Armidale, NSW, Australia)

  • Physiol. Res. 65: 321-331, 2016; Full version (PDF file)

    In vitro and in vivo activation of mitochondrial membrane permeability transition pore using triiodothyronine.
    R. Endlicher, Z. Drahota, Z. Červinková (Dept. Physiol. & Dept. Anat., Charles Univ. Prague, Fac. Med. Hradec Králové, Czech Republic)

  • Physiol. Res. 65: 333-340, 2016; Full version (PDF file)

    Poly(ADP-ribose) polymerase activation induces high mobility group box 1 release from proximal tubular cells during cisplatin nephrotoxicity.
    J. Kim (Dept. Anat. & Dept. Biomed. Drug Develop., School Med., Jeju Nat. Univ., Jeju, Republic of Korea)

  • Physiol. Res. 65: 341-348, 2016; Full version (PDF file)

    A novel single compartment in vitro model for electrophysiological research using the perfluorocarbon FC-770.
    M. Choudhary, F. Clavica, R. van Mastrigt, E. van Asselt (Dept. Urol., Sect. FURORE, Erasmus MC, Rotterdam, The Netherlands)

  • Physiol. Res. 65: 349-355, 2016; Full version (PDF file)

    Baclofen reversed thermal place preference in rats with chronic constriction injury.
    K. Salte, G. Lea, M. Franek, S. Vaculin (Dept. Normal, Pathol., Clin. Physiol., Third Fac. Med., Charles Univ., Prague, Czech Republic)

    This number was issued in April 2016

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