Our First 100 Papers

Physiological Reports has now published 100 articles since its launch! The articles cover a large number of topics across all areas of physiology.

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The 100th article published in Physiological Reports is:
Cellular Inhibitor of Apoptosis-2 is a critical regulator of apoptosis in airway epithelial cells treated with asthma-related inflammatory cytokines by Eugene Roscioli, Rhys Hamon, Richard E. Ruffin, Susan Lester, Peter Zalewski

We are delighted by the quality of our first 100 papers and would like to encourage you to take a look. All the published papers can be accessed here >

Editor's Choice Papers
Below are three papers which have been selected as being of particular interest by the Editor-in-Chief and Deputy Editor-in-Chief:

Nephrin missense mutations: induction of endoplasmic reticulum stress and cell surface rescue by reduction in chaperone interactions by Tetyana Drozdova, Joan Papillon and Andrey V. Cybulsky

Exercise-induced muscle glucose uptake in mice with graded, muscle-specific GLUT-4 deletion by Kirsten F. Howlett, Sofianos Andrikopoulos, Joseph Proietto and Mark Hargreaves

Decreased stability of erythroblastic islands in integrin β3-deficient mice by Zhenghui Wang, Olga Vogel, Gisela Kuhn, Max Gassmann and Johannes Vogel

Top Accessed Papers
Below are the articles which have been most accessed since the journal's launch:

Mental stress elicits sustained and reproducible increases in skin sympathetic nerve activity by Matthew D. Muller, Charity L. Sauder and Chester A. Ray

Bright future for physiological research in Physiological Reports by Susan Wray

Adenosine diphosphate reduces infarct size and improves porcine heart function after myocardial infarct by Laurids T. Bune, Jens R. Larsen, Pia Thaning, Nethe E. T. Bune, Peter Rasmussen and Jaya B. Rosenmeier

Enhanced force production in old age is not a far stretch: an investigation of residual force enhancement and muscle architecture by Geoffrey A. Power, Demetri P. Makrakos, Charles L. Rice and Anthony A. Vandervoort

Elevated pulmonary arterial pressure and altered expression of Ddah1 and Arg1 in mice lacking cavin-1/PTRF by Karl Swärd, Mardjaneh K. Sadegh, Michiko Mori, Jonas S. Erjefält and Catarina Rippe

Interlimb interactions during bilateral voluntary elbow flexion tasks in chronic hemiparetic stroke by Shuo-Hsiu Chang, Ana Durand-Sanchez, Craig DiTommaso and Sheng Li

Angiotensin II stimulates sympathetic neurotransmission to adipose tissue by Victoria L. King, Victoria L. English, Kalyani Bharadwaj and Lisa A. Cassis

Left ventricular volume regulation in heart failure with preserved ejection fraction by Peter L. M. Kerkhof, J. Yasha Kresh, John K.-J. Li and Guy R. Heyndrickx

Identification and characterization of novel Kirrel isoform during myogenesis by Peter J. Durcan, Nasser Al-Shanti and Claire E. Stewart

Subcutaneous adipose tissue transplantation in diet-induced obese mice attenuates metabolic dysregulation while removal exacerbates it by Michelle T. Foster, Samir Softic, Jody Caldwell, Rohit Kohli, Annette D. deKloet and Randy J. Seeley

Manipulation of arterial stiffness, wave reflections, and retrograde shear rate in the femoral artery using lower limb external compression by Kevin S. Heffernan, Wesley K. Lefferts, Ari G. Kasprowicz, Brendan J. Tarzia, Dick H. Thijssen and Tom D. Brutsaert

Portable acoustic myography – a realistic noninvasive method for assessment of muscle activity and coordination in human subjects in most home and sports settings by Adrian P. Harrison, Bente Danneskiold-Samsøe and Else M. Bartels

Insulin and GLP-1 infusions demonstrate the onset of adipose-specific insulin resistance in a large fasting mammal: potential glucogenic role for GLP-1 by Jose A. Viscarra, Ruben Rodriguez, Jose Pablo Vazquez-Medina, Andrew Lee, Michael S. Tift, Stephen K. Tavoni, Daniel E. Crocker and Rudy M. Ortiz

Adenosine A1 receptor signaling inhibits BK channels through a PKCα-dependent mechanism in mouse aortic smooth muscle by S. S. Kunduri, G. M. Dick, M. A. Nayeem and S. J. Mustafa

Below you can see the locations of the authors of the first 100 accepted articles

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Physiological Reports has published its latest podcast!

Physiological Reports - Author Podcast 11, Dr. Mathew Piasecki

Please join Editor in Chief, Susan Wray and Mathew Piasecki  as they discuss a recently published manuscript by Dr. Piasecki and his colleagues  entitled "Motor unit number estimates and neuromuscular transmission in the tibialis anterior of master athletes: evidence that athletic older people are not spared from age-related motor unit remodeling”.

Previous Podcasts

Author Podcast 10 Dr. Rachel Drew

Author Podcast 9 Dr. Maureen Gannon

Author Podcast 8 Dr. Matthew Muller

Author Podcast 7 Dr. Lori Bogren

Author Podcast 6 Dr. Jun Sun

Author Podcast 5 Scott Stephens and Mahendra Damarla

Author Podcast 4 Judy Blaine

Author Podcast 3 Don Kohan

Author Podcast 2 Jonathan Street

Author Podcast 1 Chet Ray

Editors’ Choice

Thick airway surface liquid volume and weak mucin expression in pendrin-deficient human airway epithelia
Hyun Jae Lee, Jee Eun Yoo, Wan Namkung, Hyung-Ju Cho, Kyubo Kim, Joo Wan Kang, Joo-Heon Yoon and Jae Young Choi

Ovariectomy results in differential shifts in gut microbiota in low versus high aerobic capacity rats
Kimberly A. Cox-York, Amy M. Sheflin, Michelle T. Foster, Christopher L. Gentile, Amber Kahl, Lauren G. Koch, Steven L. Britton and Tiffany L. Weir

The effect of intraocular and intracranial pressure on retinal structure and function in rats
Da Zhao, Zheng He, Algis J. Vingrys, Bang V. Bui and Christine T. O. Nguyen

Diet-induced obesity impairs muscle satellite cell activation and muscle repair through alterations in hepatocyte growth factor signaling
Donna M. D'Souza, Karin E. Trajcevski, Dhuha Al-Sajee, David C. Wang, Melissa Thomas, Judy E. Anderson and Thomas J. Hawke

A broadband acoustic stimulus is more likely than a pure tone to elicit a startle reflex and prepared movements
Anthony N. Carlsen

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