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Areas of interest: endothelial cell biology, vascular biology, and physiology. Structural adaptations of the vasculature in response to changes in bloodflow. Also, microarray analysis of global gene expression changes in models of vascular disease.


These are links to research articles that I authored and contributed to as listed on PUBMED, if a full-text version is not available then please contact me via email for a electronic reprint of any of these papers.


CJ Sullivan, TH Teal, IP Luttrell, KB Tran, MA Peters, and H Wessells. Microarray analysis reveals novel gene expression changes associated with erectile dysfunction in diabetic rats. Physiological Genomics. 2005

C.J. Sullivan, T. Doetschman, J.B. Hoying. Targeted Disruption of the Fgf2 Gene Does Not Affect Vascular Growth in the Mouse Ischemic Hindlimb. Journal of Applied Physiology. 2002

C.J. Sullivan, J.B. Hoying. Flow-Dependent Remodeling in the Carotid Artery of Fibroblast Growth Factor-2 Knockout Mice. Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology. 2002

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H. Wessells, T.H. Teal, I.P. Luttrell, C.J.Sullivan. Effect of endothelial cell-based iNOS gene transfer on cavernosal eNOS expression and mouse erectile responses. International Journal of Impotence Research. 2006

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H. Wessells, T.H. Teal, K. Engel, C.J. Sullivan, B. Gallis, K.B. Tran, K. Chitaley. Fluid shear stress-induced nitric oxide production in human cavernosal endothelial cells: inhibition by hyperglycaemia. British Journal of Urology, International. 2006

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