|Judy R. Creighton, Ph.D.|
Dr. Judy R. Creigton is an assistant professor and a member of the research faculty in the UAB Department of Anesthesiology.
1. Zhu B, Creighton J, and Stevens T. Protein kinase A phosphorylation of Tau-serine 214 reorganizes microtubules and disrupts the endothelial cell barrier Accepted: Am. J. Physiol Lung Cell Mol Physiol., 2010.
2. Creighton J, Zhu B, Alexyev M, and Stevens T. Spectrin-anchored phosphodiesterase 4D4 restricts cAMP from disrupting microtubules and inducing endothelial cell gap formation. J Cell Sci. 121 (Pt 1):110-9, 2008.
3. Wu S, Cioffi E, Alvarez D, Sayner S, Chen H, Cioffi D, King J, Creighton J, Townsley M, Goodman S, and Stevens T. Essential role of a Ca2+ selective, store operated current (ISOC) in endothelial cell permeability. Determinants of the vascular leak site. Circ Res. 96:856-863, 2005.
4. King J, Hamil T, Creighton J, Wu S, Bhat P, McDonald F, and Stevens T. Structural and functional characteristics of lung macro- and microvascular endothelial cell phenotypes. Microvasc. Research, 67: 139-151, 2004.
5. Creighton J, Masada N, Cooper DMF, and Stevens T. Coordinate regulation of membrane cAMP by Ca2+-inhibited adenylyl cyclase and phosphodiesterase activities. Am. J. Physiol Lung Cell Mol Physiol., 284 (1): L100-7, 2003.
6. Cioffi DL, Moore TM, Schaack J, Creighton JR, Cooper DM, and Stevens T. Dominant regulation of interendothelial cell gap formation by calcium inhibited type 6 adenylyl cyclase. J. Cell Biol. 157 (7):1267-78, 2002
7. Moore T, Norwood N, Creighton J, Babal P, Brough G, Shasby D, and Stevens T. Receptor dependent activation of store-operated Ca2+ entry increases endothelial cell permeability. Am. J. Physiol., 279: L691-L698, 2000.
8. Norwood N, Moore T, Dean D, Bhattacharjee R, Creighton J, Babal P, and Stevens T. Store operated Ca2+ entry and endothelial cell permeability. Am. J. Physiol Lung Cell Mol Physiol., 279: L815-L824, 2000.
9. Stevens T, Creighton J, and Thompson, WJ. Control of cAMP in lung endothelial cell phenotypes. Implications for control of barrier function. Am. J. Physiol., 277 (1 Pt 1), L119-26, 1999.