Brij Singh

Tokichi Miyakawa1
Michael Dodds1
Harit Desai1
Amrita Vijay1
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INTRODUCTION This study investigated the prevalence of transthoracic echocardiographic abnormalities in patients with ischemic stroke (IS), subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH), and intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) in sinus rhythm. MATERIAL AND METHODS The patients included 120 with IS, 30 with SAH, and 41 with ICH. All diagnoses were confirmed by magnetic(More)
GPCR-mediated activation of the Ca2+ signalling cascade leads to stimulation of Ca2+ influx into non-excitable cells. Both store-dependent and independent channels likely contribute towards this Ca2+ influx. However, the identity of the channels and exact mechanism by which they are activated remains elusive. The TRPC family of proteins has been proposed as(More)
  • Amrita Vijay, Taichi Inui, Michael Dodds, Gordon Proctor, Guy Carpenter, Brij Singh
  • 2015
The spinnbarkeit of saliva reflects the ability of saliva to adhere to surfaces within the mouth, thereby serving as a protective role and aiding in lubrication. Therefore, alterations in the extensional rheology of saliva may result in the loss in adhesiveness or the ability to bind onto surfaces. Mucin glycoproteins and their structures are known to be(More)
  • Pitipreya Suauam, Boon-ek Yingyongnarongkul, Tanapat Palaga, Tokichi Miyakawa, Chulee Yompakdee, Brij Singh
  • 2015
Small-molecule inhibitors of Ca2+-signaling pathways are of medicinal importance, as exemplified by the immunosuppressants FK506 and cyclosporin A. Using a yeast-based assay devised for the specific detection of Ca2+-signaling inhibitors, clausmarin A, a previously reported terpenoid coumarin, was identified as an active substance. Here, we investigated the(More)
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