Thompson EL, Ray CJ, Holmes AP, Pye RL, Wyatt CN, Coney AM and Kumar P (2016) Adrenaline release evokes hyperpnoea and an increase in ventilatory CO2 sensitivity during hypoglycaemia: a role for the carotid body. J Physiol (2016) 594.15,4439-4452
[Above paper is featured in the Perspectives editorial O’Halloran K. Counter-regulatory control of homeostasis during hypoglycaemia – adrenaline hits the sweet spot in carotid body glucose sensing. J Physiol (2016) 594.15,4091-4092 and also the subject of a journal club article by Katayama PL. Adrenaline and the carotid body during hypoglycaemia: an amplifying mechanism. J Physiol (2016) 594.24. 716107162].
Ray CJ, Dow B, Kumar P and Coney AM. (2015). Mild chronic intermittent hypoxia in Wistar rats evokes significant cardiovascular pathophysiology but no overt changes in carotid body-mediated respiratory responses. Adv Exp Med Biol 860, 245-254. Refereed conference proceedings.
Thompson E, Coney AM and Marshall JM (2015). The role of sympathetic innervation in cerebrovascular tone and autoregulation, and changes associated with ageing. Proc Physiol Soc 34
Coney AM and Ray CJ (2015). Integration of common concepts when teaching cardiovascular and respiratory physiology. Proc Physiol Soc 34
Thompson E, Coney AM and Marshall JM (2015). The vascular responses to cerebral parasympathetic stimulation, and changes associated with ageing. Proc Physiol Soc 34
Rook W, Johnson CD, Coney AM and Marshall JM (2014). Prenatal hypoxia leads to increased muscle sympathetic activity, sympathetic hyperinnervation, premature blunting of neuropeptide Y signalling, and hypertension in adult life. Hypertension 64:1321-1327.
Thompson EL, Coney AM, Marshall JM (2013). Assessing the upper limit of cerebral autoregulation in anaesthetised rats. Proc 37th IUPS
Coney AM, Wallice R and Ray CJ (2013). Functional sympatholysis (FS) in rats is graded with exercise but is not NO-mediated. Proc 37th IUPS
Cook RF, Coney AM and Ray CJ (2013). At matched oxygen delivery (DO2) chronically hypoxic male Wistar rats have increased skeletal muscle fatigue versus normoxic controls. Proc 37th IUPS
Coney AM and Marshall JM (2010). Effects of maternal hypoxia on muscle vasodilatation evoked by acute systemic hypoxia in adult rat offspring: changed roles of adenosine and A1 receptors. J.Physiol. 588.24, 5115-5125