Publications list for Professor David G Allen

2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008


  • Allen, D. (2013), Dynamic changes in the contractile apparatus during exercise. Acta Physiologica. 208, 220-221. [Abstract]
  • Allen, D., Halligan, R. (2013), The function of animal ethics committees. Between the Species. , 1-5.


  • Ju, Y., Woodcock, E., Allen, D., Cannell, M. (2012), Inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate receptors and pacemaker rhythms. Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology. 53(3), 375-381. [Abstract]
  • Zhang, B., Whitehead, N., Gervasio, O., Reardon, T., Vale, M., Fatkin, D., Dietrich, A., Yeung, E., Allen, D. (2012), Pathways of Ca2+ entry and cytoskeletal damage following eccentric contractions in mouse skeletal muscle. Journal of Applied Physiology. 112(12), 2077-2086. [Abstract]
  • Allen, D., Ju, Y., Liu, J., Imtiaz, M. (2012), SOCE as a Determinant of Cardiac Pacemaker Activity. In: Store-operated Ca2+ entry (SOCE) pathways: Emerging signaling concepts in human (patho)physiology. (pp.363-367).United States: Springer.
  • Allen, D., Trajanovska, S. (2012), The multiple roles of phosphate in muscle fatigue. Frontiers in Physiology. 3, 463. [Abstract]


  • Westerblad, H., Allen, D. (2011), Emerging roles of ROS/RNS in muscle function and fatigue. Antioxidants & Redox Signaling. 15(9), 2487-2499. [Abstract]
  • Gervásio, O., Phillips, W., Cole, L., Allen, D. (2011), Caveolae respond to cell stretch and contribute to stretch-induced signaling. Journal of Cell Science. 124(Pt 21), 3581-3590. [Abstract]
  • Ju, Y., Liu, J., Lee, B., Lai, D., Woodcock, E., Lei, M., Cannell, M., Allen, D. (2011), Distribution and Functional Role of Inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate Receptors in Mouse Sinoatrial Node. Circulation research. 109(8), 848-57. [Abstract]
  • Allen, D., Clugston, E., Petersen, Y., Roder, I., Chapman, B., Rudolf, R. (2011), Interactions between intracellular calcium and phosphate in intact mouse muscle during fatigue. Journal of applied physiology (Bethesda, Md. : 1985). 111(2), 358-66. [Abstract]
  • Mohl, M., Iismaa, S., Xiao, X., Friedrich, O., Wagner, S., Nikolova-Krstevski, V., Wu, J., Yu, Z., Feneley, M., Fatkin, D., Allen, D., Graham, R. (2011), Regulation of murine cardiac contractility by activation of ?(1A)-adrenergic receptor-operated Ca(2+) entry. Cardiovascular Research. 91(2), 310-319. [Abstract]
  • Allen, D., Whitehead, N. (2011), Duchenne muscular dystrophy-what causes the increased membrane permeability in skeletal muscle?. The international journal of biochemistry & cell biology. 43(3), 290-4. [Abstract]
  • Allen, D., Ward, M. (2011), Roles of cardiac SAC beyond mechano-electric coupling: stretch-enhanced force generation and muscular dystrophy. In: Cardiac Mechano-Electric Coupling and Arrhythmias, Second Edition. (pp.435-441).United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
  • Guo, W., Shi, X., Liu, A., Yang, G., Yu, F., Zheng, Q., Wang, Z., Allen, D., Lu, Z. (2011), RNA binding protein QKI inhibits the ischemia/reperfusion-induced apoptosis in neonatal cardiomyocytes. Cellular Physiology and Biochemistry. 28(4), 593-602. [Abstract]


  • Allen, D., Westerblad, H. (2010), What limits exercise during high-intensity aerobic exercise?. European journal of applied physiology. , 661-2; author reply 663-4. [Abstract]
  • Allen, D., Gervasio, O., Yeung, E., Whitehead, N. (2010), Calcium and the damage pathways in muscular dystrophy. Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology. 88(2), 83-91. [Abstract]
  • Allen, D., Zhang, B., Whitehead, N. (2010), Stretch-induced membrane damage in muscle: comparison of wild-type and mdx mice. In: Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology: Muscle Biophysics: From Molecules to Cells. (pp.297-313).United States: Springer New York LLC.
  • Whitehead, N., Yeung, E., Froehner, S., Allen, D. (2010), Skeletal Muscle NADPH Oxidase Is Increased and Triggers Stretch-Induced Damage in the mdx Mouse. PloS one. 5(12), e15354. [Abstract]


  • Reardon, T., Allen, D. (2009), Time to fatigue is increased in mouse muscle at 37A{degrees}C; the role of iron and ROS. The Journal of physiology. 587(19), 4705-16. [Abstract]
  • Reardon, T., Allen, D. (2009), Iron injections in mice increase skeletal muscle iron content, induce oxidative stress and reduce exercise performance. Experimental Physiology. 94(6), 720-730. [Abstract]
  • Allen, D. (2009), Fatigue in working muscles. Journal of applied physiology (Bethesda, Md. : 1985). 106(0), 358-9. [Abstract]
  • Murphy, E., Allen, D. (2009), Why did the NHE inhibitor clinical trials fail?. Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology. 46(2), 137-141. [Abstract]
  • Westerblad, H., Allen, D. (2009), Cellular mechanisms of skeletal muscle fatigue. In: Human Muscle Fatigue. (pp.48-75).United Kingdom: Routledge.


  • Gervásio, O., Whitehead, N., Yeung, E., Phillips, W., Allen, D. (2008), TRPC1 binds to caveolin-3 and is regulated by Src kinase - role in Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Journal of Cell Science. 121(13), 2246-2255. [Abstract]
  • Zhang, B., Yeung, S., Allen, D., Qin, L., Yeung, E. (2008), Role of the calcium-calpain pathway in cytoskeletal damage after eccentric contractions. Journal of applied physiology. 105(1), 352-357. [Abstract]
  • Whitehead, N., Pham, C., Gervasio, O., Allen, D. (2008), N-Acetylcysteine ameliorates skeletal muscle pathophysiology in mdx mice. The Journal of Physiology. 586(7), 2003-2014. [Abstract]
  • Allen, D., Lamb, G., Westerblad, H. (2008), Cellular mechanisms of skeletal muscle fatigue. In: Physiological Bases of Human Performance during Work and Exercise. (pp.115-125).United States: Churchill Livingstone.
  • Ward, M., Williams, I., Chu, Y., Cooper, P., Ju, Y., Allen, D. (2008), Stretch-activated channels in the heart: contributions to length-dependence and to cardiomyopathy. Progress in biophysics and molecular biology. 97(2-3), 232-249. [Abstract]
  • Allen, D., Lamb, G., Westerblad, H. (2008), Impaired calcium release during fatigue. Journal of applied physiology (Bethesda, Md. : 1985). 104(1), 296-305. [Abstract]
  • Allen, D., Lamb, G., Westerblad, H. (2008), Skeletal muscle fatigue: cellular mechanisms. Physiological Reviews. 88(1), 287-332. [Abstract]