Ronald Markle

Professor of Biology

Ronald Markle

Huck Affiliations

Publication Tags

Substance P Rats Liver Hydrolases Streptozocin Insulin Capsaicin Aorta Proteins Alpha Glucosidases Cathepsin C Glucosidases Glycoside Hydrolases Arteries Kidney Tissue Experimental Diabetes Mellitus Albumins Pitavastatin Histamine Coloring Agents Hypertension Evans Blue Acids Messenger Rna

Most Recent Papers

Chronic cold exposure increases liver oxidative capacity in the marsupial Monodelphis domestica

Jason J. Villarin, Paul J. Schaeffer, Ronald A. Markle, Stan L. Lindstedt, 2003, Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology - A Molecular and Integrative Physiology on p. 621-630

Pitavastatin alters the expression of thrombotic and fibrinolytic proteins in human vascular cells

Ronald Albert Markle, Jihong Han, Barbara D. Summers, Toru Yokoyama, Katherine A. Hajjar, David P. Hajjar, Antonio M. Gotto, Andrew C. Nicholson, 2003, Journal of Cellular Biochemistry on p. 23-32

Capsaicin use in neonatal rats

Karla R. Smith, Ronald A. Markle, 1998, Lab Animal on p. 38-40

Streptozotocin-induced diabetes produces a decrease in pituitary substance P content and preprotachykinin mRNA

Peter A. Rittenhouse, Ronald A. Markle, James E. Marchand, Richard M. Kream, Susan E. Leeman, 1996, Neuroscience letters on p. 77-80

Effects of streptozotocin-induced diabetes and insulin treatment on substance P of the rat arterial wall

Ronald Albert Markle, Dawn K. Walker, 1996, Life Sciences on p. 1123-1129

Artery wall substance P in the goldblatt hypertensive rat

Ronald Albert Markle, 1996, FASEB Journal

Substance P increases rat aortic albumin permeability

Ronald Albert Markle, Michal L. Boyd, Virginia H. Coryell, 1990, Life Sciences on p. 965-969

Intrinsic focal variations of rabbit aortic hydrolase activities

Ronald Albert Markle, 1989, Experimental and Molecular Pathology on p. 9-17

Renal histamine increases in the streptozotocin-diabetic rat

Ronald Albert Markle, Theodore M. Hollis, Andrew J. Cosgarea, 1986, Experimental and Molecular Pathology on p. 21-28

Hydrolase Activities Increase in the Rat Aorta with Growth and Aging but Not in Liver and Kidney1

Ronald Albert Markle, 1986, Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine on p. 169-176