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Ivan Olfert, Ph.D.

University of California, San Diego # of Grants: 1


Skeletal muscle structure and function in mice lacking VEGF 2005 (Cycle 14) $284,491
Pulmonary Disease New Investigator Awards

Muscle specfic VEGF Knock out mice effects on the Diaphragm and Respiration
Periodical: Index Medicus:
Authors: I.M. Olfert ART
Yr: Vol: Nbr: Abs: Pg:

Muscle-targeted deletion of VEGF and exercise capacity in mice.
Periodical: Respiratory Physiological Neurobiological Index Medicus:
Authors: Wagner PD, Olfert IM, Tang K, Breen EC ART
Yr: 2006 Vol: 151 Nbr: Abs: Pg: 159-166

Skeleton muscle capillarity during hypoxia VEGF and its activation.
Periodical: High Altitude Medicine & Biology Index Medicus:
Authors: Breen EC, Tang K, Olfert IM, Knapp A, Wagner PD ART
Yr: 2008 Vol: Nbr: Abs: Pg:

Arteriolar and venular capillary distribution in skeletal muscle of old rats.
Periodical: Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences Index Medicus:
Authors: Cui L, Ju Y, Ding L, Trejo-Morales M, Olfert IM ART
Yr: 2008 Vol: Nbr: Abs: Pg:

Muscle-specific VEGF deficiency greatly reduces exercise endurance in mice.
Periodical: Journal of Physiology Index Medicus:
Authors: Olfert IM, Howlett RA, Tang K, Dalton ND, Gu Y, Peterson KL, Wagner PD, Breen EC ART
Yr: 2009 Vol: 587 Nbr: 8 Abs: Pg: 1755-1767

Global deletion of thrombospondin-1 increases cardiac and skeletal muscle capillarity and exercise capacity.
Periodical: Experimental Physiology_x000D_ Index Medicus:
Authors: Malek MH, Olfert IM ART
Yr: 2009 Vol: 94 Nbr: 6 Abs: Pg: 749-760

Skeletal muscle VEGF deficiency: Tthe impact mitochondrial respiration.
Periodical: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise Index Medicus:
Authors: Merlone JP, Olfert IM, Richardson RS ART
Yr: 2005 Vol: 37 Nbr: 5 Abs: Pg: S455

Skeletal muscle capillary and exercise capacity is increased thrombospondin-1 knock-out mice.
Periodical: Physiologist Index Medicus:
Authors: Olfert IM, Malek M ART
Yr: 2008 Vol: 51 Nbr: 6 Abs: Pg: 66