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Prof. Rodrigo Iturriaga Aguera

Catholic University of Chile, Chile
Full Professor


Email:riturriaga@.bio.puc.cl


Qualifications


1989-1992 Postdoctor, Neurophysiology, University of Pennsylvania, USA

1982-1988 Ph.D., Physiology, Catholic University of Chile, Chile
1977-1980 B.Sc., Biology, University of Concepción, Chile


Publications(Selected)

  1. CARDENAS H, QUEVEDO L, ITURRIAGA R, CID H. Electrophysiological changes in muscle induced by tourniquet ischaemia. IRCS Med Sci 10: 1034‑1035, 1982.
  2. ITURRIAGA R, CARDENAS H, QUEVEDO L. Excitabilidad muscular en ratas sometidas a shock por torniquete. Bol Soc Biol Concepción, Chile 54: 117‑124, 1983.
  3. QUEVEDO L, CARDENAS H, ITURRIAGA R. Accommodation of skeletal muscle in rats under hypoxic condition induced by tourniquet. Res Exp Med, Berlin 182: 223-230, 1983.
  4. ITURRIAGA R. Microtubule density and size of axons in early diabetes: Implications for the nerve cell homeostasis. Exp Neurol 88: 165-175, 1985.
  5. ALCAYAGA J, ITURRIAGA R, ZAPATA P. Carotid body chemoreceptor excitation produced by carotid occlusion. Acta Physiol Pharmacol Latinoam 36: 199-215, 1986.
  6. ITURRIAGA R, ALCAYAGA J, ZAPATA P. Contribution of carotid body chemoreceptors and carotid sinus baroreceptors to the ventilatory and circulatory reflexes produced by common carotid occlusion. Acta Physiol Pharmacol Latinoam 38: 27-48, 1988.
  7. ALCAYAGA J, ITURRIAGA R, ZAPATA P. Flow dependent chemosensory activity in the carotid body superfused in vitro. Brain Res 445: 31-37, 1988.
  8. ITURRIAGA R, ALCAYAGA J, ZAPATA P. CONFREG: A BASIC program for calculating and plotting of confidence regions based on correlational analyses. Comput Meth Programs Biomed 29: 37-42, 1989.
  9. ITURRIAGA R, RUMSEY WL, MOKASHI A, SPERGEL D, WILSON DF, LAHIRI S. In vitro perfused‑superfused cat carotid body for physiological and pharmacological studies. J Appl Physiol 70: 1393‑1400, 1991.
  10. OYARZUN MJ, ITURRIAGA R, DONOSO P, DUSSAUBAT N, SANTOS M, SCHIAPPACASSE ME, LATHROP ME, LARRAIN C, ZAPATA P. Factors affecting the distribution of alveolar surfactant during resting ventilation. Am J Physiol 261 (Lung Cell Mol Physiol): L210‑L217, 1991.
  11. VERGARA J, SERRA M, SAITUA F, ITURRIAGA R, ALVAREZ J. Axonal microtubules: Comparative anatomy in vertebrates, including man. J Submicrosc Cytol Pathol 23: 357‑363, 1991.
  12. ITURRIAGA R, LAHIRI S, MOKASHI A. Carbonic anhydrase and chemoreception in the cat carotid body. Am J Physiol 261 (Cell Physiol) 30: C565-C573, 1991.
  13. RUMSEY WL, ITURRIAGA R, SPERGEL D, LAHIRI S, WILSON DF. Optical measurements of the dependence of chemoreception on oxygen pressure in the cat carotid body. Am J Physiol 261 (Cell Physiol) 30: C614-C622, 1991.
  14. ITURRIAGA R, LAHIRI S. Carotid body chemoreception in the absence and presence of CO2‑HCO3-. Brain Res 568: 253-260, 1991.
  15. ITURRIAGA R, RUMSEY WL, LAHIRI S, SPERGEL S, WILSON DF. Intracellular pH and O2chemoreception in the cat carotid body in vitro. J Appl Physiol 72: 2259-2266, 1992.
  16. OYARZUN MJ, MORGADO E, DUSSAUBAT N, LATHROP ME, ITURRIAGA R, LARRAIN C, ZAPATA P. Comparison of the subcellular distribution of alveolar surfactant in two mammalian species of similar body weight: cat and rabbit. Comp Biochem Physiol 102: 669-674, 1992.
  17. LAHIRI S, RUMSEY WL, WILSON DF, ITURRIAGA R. Contribution of in vivo microvascular PO2in the cat carotid body chemotransduction. J Appl Physiol 75: 1035-1044, 1993.
  18. ITURRIAGA R, MOKASHI A, LAHIRI S. Dynamics of the carotid body responses in vitro in the presence of CO2‑HCO3‑: Role of carbonic anhydrase. J Appl Physiol 75: 1587-1594, 1993.
  19. LAHIRI S, ITURRIAGA R, MOKASHI A, RAY DK, CHUGH D. CO reveals dual mechanisms of O2chemoreception in the cat carotid body. Respir Physiol 94: 227-240, 1993.
  20. ITURRIAGA R. Carotid body chemoreception: The importance of CO2-HCO3- and carbonic anhydrase. Biol Res 26: 319-329, 1994.
  21. BUERK DG, ITURRIAGA R, LAHIRI S. Testing the metabolic hypothesis of O2 chemoreception in the cat carotid body in vitro. J Appl Physiol 76: 1317-1339, 1994.
  22. ITURRIAGA R, LARRAIN C, ZAPATA P. Phrenic nerve activity during artificial ventilation at different body temperatures and its relationships with carotid chemosensory activity. Biol Res 27: 145-157, 1994.
  23. ITURRIAGA R, LARRAIN C, ZAPATA P. Effect of domperidone blockade upon carotid chemosensory activity and its hypoxia-induced excitation. Brain Res 663: 145-154, 1994.
  24. LAHIRI S, ITURRIAGA R, MOKASHI A, BOTRE F, CHUGH D, OSANAI S. Adaptation to hypercapnia vs intracellular pH in cat carotid body: responses in vitro. J Appl Physiol 80: 1090-1099, 1996.
  25. ITURRIAGA R. Acetate enhances the chemosensory response to hypoxia in the cat carotid body in vitro in the absence of CO2-HCO3-. Biol Res 29: 237-244, 1996.
  26. ITURRIAGA R, ALCAYAGA J, ZAPATA P. Dissociation of hypoxia-induced chemosensory responses and catecholamine efflux in the carotid body superfused in vitro. J Physiol, London 497: 551-564, 1996.
  27. ALCAYAGA J, ITURRIAGA R, ZAPATA P. Time structure, temporal correlation and coherence of chemosensory impulses propagated through both carotid nerves in cats. Biol Res 30: 125-133, 1997.
  28. ALCAYAGA J, ITURRIAGA R, RAMIREZ J, READI R, QUEZADA C, SALINAS P. Cat carotid body chemosensory response to non-hypoxic stimuli are inhibited by sodium nitroprusside both in situ and in vitro. Brain Res 767: 384-387, 1997.
  29. ROY R, ROZANOV C, ITURRIAGA R, MOKASHI A, LAHIRI S. Acid sensing by carotid body is inhibited by blockers of voltage-sensitive Ca2+channels. Brain Res 769: 396-399, 1997.
  30. ITURRIAGA R, ALCAYAGA J. Effects of CO2-HCO3- on catecholamine efflux from the cat carotid body. J Appl Physiol 84: 60-68, 1998.
  31. ALCAYAGA J, ITURRIAGA R, VARAS R, ARROYO J, ZAPATA P. Carotid nerve fibers are selective activated by acetylcholine applied to the cat petrosal ganglion in vitro. Brain Res 799: 27-35, 1998.
  32. ITURRIAGA R, MOKASHI A, LAHIRI S. Anion exchanger and chloride channel in cat carotid body chemotransduction. J Auton Nerv Syst 70: 23-31, 1998.
  33. ITURRIAGA R, ALCAYAGA J, REY S. Sodium nitroprusside blocks the cat carotid chemosensory inhibition induced by dopamine, but not that by hyperoxia. Brain Res 799: 26-34, 1998.
  34. ALCAYAGA J, BARRIOS M, BUSTOS F, MIRANDA G, MOLINA V, ITURRIAGA R. Modulatory effect of nitric oxide on acetylcholine-induced activation of cat petrosal ganglion neurons in vitro. Brain Res 825: 194-198, 1999.
  35. ALCAYAGA J, VARAS R, ARROYO J, ITURRIAGA R, ZAPATA P. Dopamine modulates carotid nerve responses by acetylcholine applied to the cat petrosal ganglion in vitro. Brain Res 831: 97-103, 1999.
  36. ALCAYAGA J, VARAS R, ARROYO J, ITURRIAGA R, ZAPATA P. Responses to hypoxia of petrosal ganglia in vitro. Brain Res 845: 28-34, 1999.
  37. ITURRIAGA R, MOSQUEIRA M, VILLANUEVA S. Effects of nitric oxide gas on cat carotid body chemosensory response to hypoxia. Brain Res 855: 282-286, 2000.
  38. ALCAYAGA J, CERPA J, RETAMAL V, ARROYO J, ITURRIAGA R, ZAPATA P. Adenosine triphosphate-induced peripheral nerve discharges generated from the cat petrosal ganglion in vitro. Neurosci Lett 282:185-188, 2000.
  39. ITURRIAGA R, ALCAYAGA J, ZAPATA P. Lack of correlation between cholinergic-induced changes in chemosensory activity and dopamine release from the cat carotid body in vitro. Brain Res 868: 380-385, 2000.
  40. ITURRIAGA R, VILLANUEVA S, MOSQUEIRA M. Dual effects of nitric oxide on carotid body chemoreception. J Appl Physiol. 89: 1005-1012, 2000.
  41. ITURRIAGA, R, MOSQUEIRA M, VILLANUEVA S. Effects of nitric oxide gas on cat carotid body chemosensory response to hypoxia. Brain Res. 855: 282-286, 2000.
  42. ITURRIAGA, R.  Nitric oxide and carotid chemoreception. Biol Res.34: 135-139. 2001.