Prof. Aleksandar  Jovanovic

Prof. Aleksandar Jovanovic

Professor
University of Belgrade, Serbia


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Medicine from University of Belgrade, Serbia

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Area of Interest:

Biomedical Sciences
100%
Cellular Signalling
62%
Metabolic Stress
90%
Cardiovascular System
75%
Cardioprotection
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Land, S.C., D.J. Walker and Q. Du and A. Jovanovic, 2013. Cardioprotective SUR2A promotes stem cell properties of cardiomyocytes. Int. J. Cardiol., 168: 5090-5092.
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  2. Khan, F., W.L. Choong, Q. Du and A. Jovanovic, 2013. Real-time RT-PCR threshold cycles value for Kir6.1 from the blood correlates with parameters of vascular function: A potential for the vascular function biomarker? Biomarkers, 18: 221-229.
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  3. Jovanovic, S., K.S. Mohammed Abdul and A. Jovanovic, 2013. Cardioprotection afforded by SUR2A: An update. J. Cardiobiol., 1: 1-4.

  4. Du, Q., S. Jovanovic, L. Tulic, D. Sljivancanin and D.W. Jack et al., 2013. KATP channels are up-regulated with increasing age in human myometrium. Mech. Ageing Dev., 134: 98-102.
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  5. Ballantyne, T., Q. Du, S. Jovanovic, A. Neemo, R. Holmes, S. Sinha and A. Jovanovic, 2013. Testosterone protects female embryonic heart H9c2 cells against severe metabolic stress by activating estrogen receptors and up-regulating IES SUR2B. The Int. J. Biochem. Cell Biol., 45: 283-291.
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  6. Jayasekera, A. and A. Jovanovic, 2012. Potassium Channels and Cardioprotection. In: Potassium Channels as a Target for Clinical Therapeutics, Kocic, I. (Ed.). Bentham Science Publishers, Sharjah, pp: 61-77.

  7. Beall, C., D.L. Hamilton, J. Gallagher, L. Logie and K. Wright et al., 2012. Mouse hypothalamic GT1-7 cells demonstrate AMPK-dependent intrinsic glucose-sensing behaviour. Diabetologia, 55: 2432-2444.
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  8. Sukhodub, A., R. Sudhir, Q. Du, S. Jovanovic, S. Reyes and A. Jovanovic, 2011. Nicotinamide-rich diet improves physical endurance by up-regulating SUR2A in the heart. J. Cell. Mol. Med., 15: 1703-1712.
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  9. Sudhir, R., A. Sukhodub, Q. Du, S. Jovanovic and A. Jovanovic, 2011. Ageing-induced decline in physical endurance in mice is associated with decrease in cardiac SUR2A and increase in cardiac susceptibility to metabolic stress: Therapeutic Prospects for up-regulation of SUR2A. Biogerontology, 12: 147-155.
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  10. Sukhodub, A., Q. Du, S. Jovanovic and A. Jovanovic, 2010. Nicotinamide-rich diet protects the heart against ischaemia-reperfusion in mice: A crucial role for cardiac SUR2A. Pharmacol. Res., 61: 564-570.
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  11. Rafiqi, F.H., A.M. Zuber, M. Glover, C. Richardson and S. Fleming et al., 2010. Role of the WNK-activated SPAK kinase in regulating blood pressure. EMBO Mol. Med., 2: 63-75.
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  12. Paterson, M.J. and A. Jovanovic, 2010. On the synthesis of N-maleoyl amino acids in aqueous media: Cautionary tales for the unwary traveller. ARKIVOC, 2010: 11-16.
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  13. Du, Q., S. Jovanovic, A. Sukhodub, E. Barratt and E. Drew et al., 2010. Human oocytes express ATP-sensitive K+ channels. Hum. Reprod., 25: 2774-2782.
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  14. Du, Q., S. Jovanovic, A. Sukhodub and A. Jovanovic, 2010. Infection with AV-SUR2A protects H9C2 cells against metabolic stress: A mechanism of SUR2A-mediated cytoprotection independent from the KATP channel activity. Biochim. Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Mol. Cell. Res., 1803: 405-415.
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  15. Jovanovic, S., Q. Du, A. Sukhodub and A. Jovanovic, 2009. M-LDH physically associated with sarcolemmal KATP channels mediates cytoprotection in heart embryonic H9C2 cells. Int. J. Biochem. Cell. Biol., 41: 2295-2301.
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  16. Jovanovic, S., Q. Du, A. Sukhodub and A. Jovanovic, 2009. A dual mechanism of cytoprotection afforded by M-LDH in embryonic heart H9C2 cells. BBA-Mol. Cell. Res., 1793: 1379-1386.
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  17. Jovanovic, A., 2009. Femininity and sarcolemmal KATP channels: A matter of the heart and the heart of the matter. J. Physiol., 587: 5509-5510.
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  18. Jovanovic, A. and S. Jovanovic, 2009. SURA2 targeting for cardioprotection? Curr. Opin. Pharmacol., 9: 189-193.
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  19. Jovanovic, S., Q. Du, S. Mukhopadhyay, R. Swingler, R. Buckley, J. McEachan and A. Jovanovic, 2008. A patient suffering from hypokalemic periodic paralysis is deficient in skeletal muscle ATP-sensitive K+ channels. Clin. Transl. Sci., 1: 71-74.
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  20. Faghihi, M., A. Sukhodub, S. Jovanovic and A. Jovanovic, 2008. Mg2+ protects adult beating cardiomyocytes against ischaemia. Int. J. Mol. Med., 21: 69-73.
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  21. Sukhodub, A., S. Jovanovic, Q. Du, G.R. Budas and A. Clelland et al., 2007. AMP-activated protein kinase mediates preconditioning in cardiomyocytes by regulating activity and trafficking of sarcolemmal ATP-sensitive K+ channels. J. Cell. Physiol., 210: 224-236.
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  22. Jovanovic, S., A. Jovanovic and R.M. Crawford, 2007. M-LDH serves as a regulatory subunit of the cytosolic substrate-channelling complex in vivo. J. Mol. Biol., 371: 349-361.
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  23. Jovanovic, S. and A. Jovanovic, 2007. Models of cardioprotection. Drug Discov. Today: Dis. Mod., 4: 185-190.
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  24. Sakamoto, K., E. Zarrinpashneh, G.R. Budas, A.C. Pouleur and A. Dutta et al., 2006. Deficiency of LKB1 in heart prevents ischemia-mediated activation of AMPKα2 but not AMPKα1. Am. J. Physiol. Endocrinol. Metab., 290: E780-E788.
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  25. Jovanovic, S., N. Jovanovic and A. Jovanovic, 2006. High glucose protects single beating adult cardiomyocytes against hypoxia. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun., 341: 57-66.
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  26. Jovanovic, N., M. Pavlovic, V. Mircevski, Q. Du and A. Jovanovic, 2006. An unexpected negative inotropic effect of prostaglandin F2α in the rat heart. Prostaglandins Other Lipid Mediators, 80: 110-119.
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  27. Du, Q., S. Jovanovic, A. Clelland, A. Sukhodub and G.R. Budas et al., 2006. Overexpression of SUR2A generates a cardiac phenotype resistant to ischemia. FASEB J., 20: 1131-1141.
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  28. Budas, G.R., A. Sukhodub, D.R. Alessi and A. Jovanovic, 2006. 3'Phosphoinositide-dependent kinase-1 is essential for ischemic preconditioning of the myocardium. FASEB, J., 20: 2556-2558.
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  29. Jovanovic, S., Q. Du, R.M. Crawford, G.R. Budas, I. Stagljar and A. Jovanovic, 2005. Glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate dehydrogenase serves as an accessory protein of the cardiac sarcolemmal KATP channel. EMBO Rep., 6: 848-852.
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  30. Jovanovic, S. and A. Jovanovic, 2005. High glucose regulates the activity of cardiac sarcolemmal ATP-sensitive K+ channels via 1,3-bisphosphoglycerate: A novel link between cardiac membrane excitability and glucose metabolism. Diabetes, 54: 383-393.
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  31. Jovanovic, S. and A. Jovanovic, 2004. Sarcolemmal KATP channels in ageing. Ageing Res. Rev., 3: 199-214.
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  32. Budas, G.R., S. Jovanovic, R.M. Crawford and A. Jovanovic, 2004. Hypoxia-induced preconditioning in adult stimulated cardiomyocytes is mediated by the opening and trafficking of sarcolemmal KATP channels. FASEB J., 18: 1046-1048.
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  33. Pesic, S., L. Grbovic, A. Jovanovic, M. Radenkovic, D. Stojic, Z. Cvetkovic and I. Ilic, 2003. Endothelium-dependent relaxation of canine uterine artery in response to acetylcholine: The possible involvement of alternative pathways. J. Vet. Med. Ser. A, 50: 391-396.
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  34. Mora, A., A.M. Davies, L. Bertrand, I. Sharif and G.R. Budas et al., 2003. Deficiency of PDK1 in cardiac muscle results in heart failure and increased sensitivity to hypoxia. EMBO J., 22: 4666-4676.
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  35. Liu, G.J., A.M. Simpson, M.A. Swan, C. Tao and B.E. Tuch et al., 2003. ATP-sensitive potassium channels induced in liver cells after transfection with insulin cDNA and the GLUT 2 transporter regulate glucose-stimulated insulin secretion. FASEB J., 17: 1682-1684.
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  36. Jovanovic, S., R.M. Crawford, H.J. Ranki and A. Jovanovic, 2003. Large conductance Ca2+-activated K+ channels sense acute changes in oxygen tension in alveolar epithelial cells. Am. J. Respir. Cell. Mol. Biol., 28: 363-372.
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  37. Jovanovic, A., 2003. Sarcolemmal KATP channels. BSCR Bulliten, 16: 4-13.

  38. Crawford, R.M., S. Jovanovic, G.R. Budas, A.M. Davies and H. Lad et al., 2003. Chronic mild hypoxia protects heart-derived H9c2 cells against acute hypoxia/reoxygenation by regulating expression of the SUR2A subunit of the ATP-sensitive K+ channel. J. Biol. Chem., 278: 31444-31455.
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  39. Brady, P.A. and A. Jovanovic, 2003. The sulfonylurea controversy: Much ado about nothing or cause for concern? J. Am. College Cardiol., 42: 1022-1025.
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  40. Ranki, H.J., R.M. Crawford, G.R. Budas and A. Jovanovic, 2002. Ageing is associated with a decrease in the number of sarcolemmal ATP-sensitive K+ channels in a gender-dependent manner. Mech. Ageing Dev., 123: 695-705.
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  41. Ranki, H.J., G.R. Budas, R.M. Crawford, A.M. Davies and A. Jovanovic, 2002. 17β-estradiol regulates expression of KATP channels in heart-derived H9c2 cells. J. Am. College Cardiol., 40: 367-374.
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  42. Pesic, S., L. Grbovic and A. Jovanovic, 2002. Acetylcholine-induced contractions in the perforating branch of the human internal mammary artery: Protective role of the vascular endothelium. Pharmacology, 64: 182-188.
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  43. Crawford, R.M., H.J. Ranki, C.H. Botting, G.R. Budas and A. Jovanovic, 2002. Creatine kinase is physically associated with the cardiac ATP-sensitive K+ channel in vivo. FASEB J., 16: 102-104.
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  44. Crawford, R.M., G.R. Budas, S. Jovanovic, H.J. Ranki, T.J. Wilson, A.M. Davies and A. Jovanovic, 2002. M-LDH serves as a sarcolemmal KATP channel subunit essential for cell protection against ischemia. EMBO J., 21: 3936-3948.
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  45. Tayside, A.J., 2001. ATP-sensitive K+ channels and cytoprotection. Dev. Med. Child Neurol., 43: 21-22.
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  46. Ranki, H.J., G.R. Budas, R.M. Crawford and A. Jovanovic, 2001. Gender-specific difference in cardiac ATP-sensitive K+ channels. J. Am. College Cardiol., 38: 906-915.
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  47. Jovanovic, S. and A. Jovanovic, 2001. Pinacidil prevents membrane depolarisation and intracellular Ca2+ loading in single cardiomyocytes exposed to severe metabolic stress. Int. J. Mol. Med., 7: 639-643.
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  48. Jovanovic, S. and A. Jovanovic, 2001. Diadenosine tetraphosphate-gating of recombinant pancreatic ATP-sensitive K+ channels. Biosci. Rep., 21: 93-99.
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  49. Jovanovic, S. and A. Jovanovic, 2001. Diadenosine tetraphosphate-gating of cardiac KATP channels requires intact actin cytoskeleton. Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's Arch. Pharmacol., 364: 276-280.
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  50. Jovanovic, S. and A. Jovanovic, 2001. Delivery of genes encoding cardiac KATP channel subunits in conjunction with pinacidil prevents membrane depolarization in cells exposed to chemical hypoxia-reoxygenation. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun., 282: 1098-1102.
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  51. Jovanovic, A., S. Jovanovic and A. Terzic, 2001. Diadenosine Polyphosphate Signaling in the Heart. In: Heart Physiology and Pathophysiology, Sperelakis, N., Y. Kurachi, A. Terzic and M.V. Cohen (Eds.). Academic Press, San Diego, pp: 693-702.

  52. Pesic, S., A. Jovanovic, L. Grbovic, M. Inic and N. Munjas, 2000. Endothelium-dependent relaxation in perforating branch of human internal mammary artery. Cardiovas. Surg., 8: 393-399.
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  53. Lisy, O., M.M. Redfield, S. Jovanovic, M. Jougasaki and A. Jovanovic et al., 2000. Mechanical unloading versus neurohumoral stimulation on myocardial structure and endocrine function in vivo. Circulation, 102: 338-343.
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  54. Jovanovic, S., L. Grbovic and A. Jovanovic, 2000. Pregnancy is associated with altered response to neuropeptide Y in uterine artery. Mol. Hum. Reprod., 6: 352-360.
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  55. Jovanovic, S., L Grbovic and A. Jovanovic, 2000. Pregnancy does not alter the response of uterine arteries to vasoactive intestinal polypeptide. Mol. Hum. Reprod., 6: 361-368.
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  56. Jovanovic, S., A. Jovanovic, W.K. Shen and A. Terzic, 2000. Low concentrations of 17β-estradiol protect single cardiac cells against metabolic stress-induced Ca2+ loading. J. Am. Coll. Cardiol., 36: 948-952.
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  57. Serrano, O.K., A. Jovanovic and A. Terzic, 1999. Inhibition of both Na/H and bicarbonate-dependent exchange is required to prevent recovery of intracellular pH in single cardiomyocytes exposed to metabolic stress. Biosci. Rep., 19: 99-107.
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  58. Pesic, S., L. Grbovic, A. Jovanovic and M. Radenkovic, 1999. Acetylcholine-induced contractions in the porcine internal mammary artery: Possible role of muscarinic receptors. J. Vet. Med., 46: 509-515.
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  59. Parkinson, S.J., A. Jovanovic, S. Jovanovic, F. Wagner, A. Terzic and S.A. Waldman, 1999. Regulation of nitric oxide-responsive recombinant soluble guanylyl cyclase by calcium. Biochemistry, 38: 6441-6448.
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  60. Jovanovic, S., Z. Blagojevic, V. Mrvic, Z. Nikolic and A. Jovanovic, 1999. Pregnancy is not associated with altered morphology of the femoral artery. Hum. Reprod., 14: 1885-1889.
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  61. Jovanovic, S., S. Jovanovic A. Jovanovic and A. Terzic, 1999. Gene delivery of Kir6.2/SUR2A in conjunction with pinacidil handles intracellular Ca2+ homeostasis under metabolic stress. FASEB J., 13: 923-929.
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  62. Jovanovic, S., A.J. Grantham, J.E. Tarara, J.C. Burnett, A. Jovanovic and A. Terzic, 1999. Increased number of cardiomyocytes in cross-sections from tachycardia-induced cardiomyopathic hearts. Int. J. Mol. Med., 3: 153-155.
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  63. Jovanovic, A. and S. Jovanovic, 1999. Estrogen and vascular system: More questions for the future. Cardiovasc. Res., 42: 9-11.
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  64. Jovanovic, S., A. Jovanovic, W.K. Shen and A. Terzic, 1998. Protective action of 17β-estradiol in cardiac cells: implications for hyperkalemic cardioplegia. The Annals of thoracic surgery. Ann. Thorac. Surg., 66: 1658-1661.
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  65. Jovanovic, S. and A. Jovanovic, 1998. Pregnancy is associated with hypotrophy of carotid artery endothelial and smooth muscle cells. Hum. Reprod., 13: 1074-1078.
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  66. Jovanovic, A., S. Jovanovic, I. Tulic and L. Grbovic, 1998. Predominant role for nitric oxide in the relaxation induced by vasoactive intestinal polypeptide in human uterine artery. Mol. Hum. Reprod., 4: 71-76.
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  67. Jovanovic, A., S. Jovanovic, E. Lorenz and A. Terzic, 1998. Recombinant cardiac ATP-sensitive K+ channel subunits confer resistance to chemical hypoxia-reoxygenation injury. Circulation, 98: 1548-1555.
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  68. Jovanovic, A., S. Jovanovic, D.C. Mays, J.J. Lipsky and A. Terzic, 1998. Diadenosine 5', 5 ''-P1, P5-pentaphosphate harbors the properties of a signaling molecule in the heart. FEBS Lett., 423: 314-318.
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  69. Jovanovic, A., S. Jovanovic, A.J. Carrasco and A. Terzic, 1998. Acquired resistance of a mammalian cell line to hypoxia-reoxygenation through cotransfection of Kir6.2 and SUR1 clones. Lab. Invest., 78: 1101-1107.
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  70. Jovanovic, A., S. Jovanovic and L. Grbovic, 1998. Characterization of oxytocin actions in guinea-pig isolated uterine artery: the effect of pregnancy. Eur. J. Pharmacol., 343: 35-42.
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  71. Jovanovic, A., S. Jovanovic and A. Terzic, 1998. Emerging therapeutic strategies in myocardial preservation: Focus on ATP-sensitive K channels. Emerging Ther. Strategies, 2: 181-193.
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  72. Jovanovic, A., J.R. Lopez, A.E. Alekseev, W.K. Shen and A. Terzic, 1998. Adenosine prevents K-induced Ca2 loading: Insight into cardioprotection during cardioplegia. Ann. Thorac. Surg., 65: 586-591.
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  73. Holmuhamedov, E.L., S. Jovanovic, P.P. Dzeja, A. Jovanovic and A. Terzic, 1998. Mitochondrial ATP-sensitive K+ channels modulate cardiac mitochondrial function. Am. J. Physiol., 275: H1567-H1576.
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  74. Jovanovic, S. and A. Jovanovic, 1997. Remodelling of guinea-pig aorta during pregnancy: Selective alteration of endothelial cells. Hum. Reprod., 12: 2297-2302.
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  75. Jovanovic, M.D., E. Alexey, M.D. Lopez, R. Jose, M.D. Shen, K. Win and M.D. Terzic, 1997. Adenosine prevents hyperkalemia-induced calcium loading in cardiac cells: relevance for cardioplegia. Ann. Thorac. Surg., 63: 153-161.
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  76. Jovanovic, A., S. Jovanovic anf L. Grbovic, 1997. Endothelium-dependent relaxation in response to acetylcholine in pregnant guinea-pig uterine artery. Hum. Reprod., 12: 1805-1809.
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  77. Jovanovic, A., S. Jovanovic I. Tulic and L. Grbovic, 1997. Effect of oxytocin as a partial agonist at vasoconstrictor vasopressin receptors on the human isolated uterine artery. Br. J. Pharmacol., 121: 1468-1474.
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  78. Jovanovic, A., J.R. Lopez, A.E. Alekseev, W.K. Shen and A. Terzic, 1997. Adenosine and K+-induced Ca2+ loading-reply. Ann. Thorac. Surg., 64: 588-589.

  79. Jovanovic, A., A.E. Alekseev and A. Terzic, 1997. Intracellular diadenosine polyphosphates: A novel family of inhibitory ligands of the ATP-sensitive K+ channel. Biochem. Pharmacol., 54: 219-225.
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  80. Grbovic, L. and A. Jovanovix, 1997. Indomethacin depresses prostaglandin F2 alpha-induced contraction in guinea-pig uterine artery with both intact and denuded endoth. Prostaglandins, 53: 371-379.
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  81. Jovanovic, A., S. Zhang, A.E. Alekseev and A. Terzic, 1996. Diadenosine polyphosphate-induced inhibition of cardiac KATP channels: Operative state-dependent regulation by a nucleoside diphosphate. Pflugers Arch., 431: 800-802.
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  82. Jovanovic, A., J.R. Lopez and A. Terzic, 1996. Cytosolic Ca2+ domain-dependent protective action of adenosine in cardiomyocytes. Eur. J. Pharmacol., 298: 63-69.
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  83. Jovanovic, A., A.E. Alekseev and A. Terzic, 1996. Cardiac ATP-sensitive K+ channel: a target for diadenosine 5',5''-P1,P5-pentaphosphate. Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's Arch. Pharmacol., 353: 241-244.
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  84. Jovanovic, A. and A. Terzic, 1996. Diadenosine tetraphosphate-induced inhibition of ATP-sensitive K+ channels in patches excised from ventricular myocytes. Br. J. Pharmacol., 117: 233-235.
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  85. Grbovic, L. and A. Jovanovic, 1996. Effect of the vascular endothelium on contractions induced by prostaglandin F2 alpha in isolated pregnant guinea pig uterine artery. Hum. Reprod., 11: 2041-2047.
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  86. Grbovic L., A. Jovanovic and I. Tulic, 1996. Indomethacin reduces contraction of isolated non-pregnant human uterine artery induced by prostaglandin F. Hum. Reprod., 11: 1998-2002.
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  87. Elvir-Mairena, J.R., A. Jovanovic, L.A. Gomez, A.E. Alekseev and A. Terzic, 1996. Reversal of the ATP-liganded state of ATP-sensitive K+ channels by adenylate kinase activity. J. Biol. Chem., 271: 31903-31908.
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  88. Brady, P.A., S. Zhang, J. Lopez, A. Jovanovic, A.E. Alekseev and A. Terzic, 1996. Dual effect of glyburide, an antagonist of KATP channels, on metabolic inhibition-induced Ca2+ loading in cardiomyocytes. Eur. J. Pharmacol., 308: 343-349.
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  89. Alekseev, A.E., A. Jovanovic, J.R. Lopez and A. Terzic, 1996. Adenosine slows the rate of K+-induced membrane depolarization in ventricular cardiomyocytes: possible implication in hyperkalemic cardioplegia. J. Mol. Cell. Cardiol., 28: 1193-1202.
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  90. Lopez ,J.R., A. Jovanovic and A. Terzic, 1995. Spontaneous calcium waves without contraction in cardiac myocytes. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun., 214: 781-787.
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  91. Jovanovic, A., L. Grbovic, S. Jovanovic and I. Zikic, 1995. Effect of pregnancy on vasopressin-mediated responses in guinea-pig uterine arteries with intact and denuded endothelium. Eur. J. Pharmacol., 280: 101-111.
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