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Oleksandra Prysyazhna

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Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being

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  • Genetic mechanisms of critical illness in Covid-19

    Pairo-Castineira, E., Clohisey, S., Klaric, L., Bretherick, A. D., Rawlik, K., Pasko, D., Walker, S., Parkinson, N., Fourman, M. H., Russell, C. D., Furniss, J., Richmond, A., Gountouna, E., Wrobel, N., Harrison, D., Wang, B., Wu, Y., Meynert, A., Griffiths, F., Oosthuyzen, W., & 247 othersKousathanas, A., Moutsianas, L., Yang, Z., Zhai, R., Zheng, C., Grimes, G., Beale, R., Millar, J., Shih, B., Keating, S., Zechner, M., Haley, C., Porteous, D. J., Hayward, C., Yang, J., Knight, J., Summers, C., Shankar-Hari, M., Klenerman, P., Turtle, L., Ho, A., Moore, S. C., Hinds, C., Horby, P., Nichol, A., Maslove, D., Ling, L., McAuley, D., Montgomery, H., Walsh, T., Pereira, A., Renieri, A., Millar, J., Walsh, T., Openshaw, P. J. M., Ponting, C., Meikle, J., Finernan, P., Mcmaster, E., Law, A., Baillie, J. K., Paterson, T., Wackett, T., Armstrong, R., Clark, R., Coutts, A., Donnelly, L., Gilchrist, T., Hafezi, K., Macgillivray, L., Maclean, A., McCafferty, S., Morrice, K., Weaver, J., Boz, C., Golightly, A., Ward, M., Mal, H., Szoor-McElhinney, H., Brown, A., Hendry, R., Stenhouse, A., Cullum, L., Law, D., Law, S., Law, R., Swets, M., Day, N., Taneski, F., Duncan, E., Parkinson, N., Collier, D., Wood, S., Zak, A., Borra, C., Matharu, M., May, P., Alldis, Z., Mitchelmore, O., Bowles, R., Easthorpe, A., Bibi, F., Lancoma-Malcolm, I., Gurasashvili, J., Pheby, J., Shiel, J., Bolton, M., Patel, M., Taylor, M., Zongo, O., Ebano, P., Harding, P., Astin-Chamberlain, R., Choudhury, Y., Cox, A., Kallon, D., Burton, M., Hall, R., Blowes, S., Prime, Z., Biddle, J., Prysyazhna, O., Newman, T., Tierney, C., Kassam, J., Ostermann, M., Campos, S., Bociek, A., Lim, R., Grau, N., Jones, T. O., Whitton, C., Marotti, M., Arbane, G., Bonner, S., Hugill, K., Welters, I., Waugh, V., Roman, J. F., Martinez, M. L., Waite, A., Hamilton, O., Mulla, S., McPhail, M., Smith, J., Baillie, J. K., Barclay, L., McCulloch, C., McQuillan, L., Singleton, J., Priestley, K., Rea, N., Callaghan, M., Andrew, G., Hutton, P., Bashyal, A., Davidson, N., Summers, C., Polgarova, P., Stroud, K., Pathan, N., Elston, K., Battle, C., Newey, L., Rees, T., Harford, R., Brinkworth, E., Croft, M., Bandla, N., Gellamucho, M., Turner, H., Quinn, A., Hussain, I., Bradley, R., Griffiths, R., Scriven, J., Puxty, A., Cathcart, S., Salutous, D., Duffy, K., Puxty, K., Joseph, A., Herdman-Grant, R., Simms, R., Swain, A., Naranjo, A., Crowe, R., Sollesta, K., Loveridge, A., Baptista, D., Morino, E., Davey, M., Golden, D., Cuesta, J. M., Haldeos, A., Bakthavatsalam, D., Elhassan, M., Xavier, K., Ganesan, A., Abdelrazik, D. P. M., Akeroyd, L., Bano, S., Bromley, M., Sellick, K., Gurr, L., Nagarajan, V., Szedlak, P., Cupitt, J., Stoddard, E., Benham, L., Slawson, N., Bradshaw, Z., Caswell, M., Melling, S., Bamford, P., Cawley, K., Jeffrey, H., London, E., Sainsbury, H., Nagra, I., Nasir, F., Dunmore, C., Abraheem, A., Al-Moasseb, M., Girach, R., Brantwood, C., Alexander, P., Bradley-Potts, J., Felton, T., Manna, S., Farnell-Ward, S., Leaver, S., Queiroz, J., Maccacari, E., Dawson, D., Delgado, C. C., Saluzzio, R. P., Ezeobu, O., Ding, L., Sicat, C., Kanu, R., Investigators, T. GMICC., Consortium, GMICC., co-investigators, GMICC., team, C. M. A. L., team, D. A., Barts Health NHS Trust London, UK., Guys and St Thomas’ Hospital London, UK., James Cook University Hospital Middlesburgh, UK., The Royal Liverpool University Hospital Liverpool, UK., King’s College Hospital London, UK., Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh Edinburgh, UK., John Radcliffe Hospital Oxford, UK., Addenbrooke’s Hospital Cambridge, UK., Morriston Hospital Swansea, UK., Ashford and St Peter’s Hospital Surrey, UK., Royal Stoke University Hospital Staffordshire, UK., Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, UK., Glasgow Royal Infirmary Glasgow, UK., Kingston Hospital Surrey, UK., The Tunbridge Wells Hospital and Maidstone Hospital Kent, UK., North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust London, UK., Bradford Royal Infirmary Bradford, UK., Blackpool Victoria Hospital Blackpool, UK., Countess of Chester Hospital Chester, UK., Wythenshawe Hospital Manchester, UK. & St George’s Hospital London, UK., 11 Dec 2020, (E-pub ahead of print) In: Nature.

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    850 Citations (Scopus)
  • Phospholemman Phosphorylation Regulates Vascular Tone, Blood Pressure and Hypertension in Mice and Man

    Boguslavskyi, A., Tokar, S., Prysyazhna, O., Rudyk, O., Sanchez-Tatay, D., Lemmey, H. A. L., Dora, K. A., Garland, C. J., Warren, H. R., Doney, A., Palmer, C. N. A., Caulfield, M. J., Vlachaki Walker, J., Howie, J., Fuller, W. & Shattock, M. J., 18 Dec 2020, (E-pub ahead of print) In: Circulation. 0, 0, CIRCULATIONAHA.119.040557.

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    11 Citations (Scopus)
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    59 Citations (Scopus)
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  • Oxidation of PKGIα mediates an endogenous adaptation to pulmonary hypertension

    Rudyk, O., Rowan, A., Prysyazhna, O., Krasemann, S., Hartmann, K., Zhang, M., Shah, A. M., Ruppert, C., Weiss, A., Schermuly, R. T., Ida, T., Akaike, T., Zhao, L. & Eaton, P., 25 Jun 2019, In: PNAS. 116, 26, p. 13016-13025 10 p.

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    15 Citations (Scopus)
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  • PKG1α oxidation negatively regulates food seeking behaviour and reward

    Duraffourd, C., Huckstepp, R. T. R., Braren, I., Fernandes, C., Brock, O., Delogu, A., Prysyazhna, O., Burgoyne, J. & Eaton, P., 28 Feb 2019, In: Redox Biology. 21, 101077.

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    6 Citations (Scopus)
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