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Michael Axelsson

Professor

Michael Axelsson
Professor
michael.axelsson@bioenv.gu.se
+46 31 786 3689
0766-183689

Postal Address: Box 463, 40530 Göteborg
Visiting Address: Medicinaregatan 18A , 41390 Göteborg


Department of Biological & Environmental Sciences (More Information)
Box 463
405 30 Göteborg
www.bioenv.gu.se
bioenv@bioenv.gu.se
Visiting Address: Medicinaregatan 18 , 413 90 Göteborg

About Michael Axelsson

Latest publications

Contraction of atrial smooth muscle reduces cardiac output in perfused turtle hearts
W. Joyce, Michael Axelsson, T. Wang
Journal of Experimental Biology, Journal article 2019
Journal article

Adrenergic and adenosinergic regulation of the cardiovascular system in an Antarctic icefish: Insight into central and peripheral determinants of cardiac output
W. Joyce, S. Egginton, A. P. Farrell, Michael Axelsson
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology a-Molecular & Integrative Physiology, Journal article 2019
Journal article

The effects of thermal acclimation on cardio-respiratory performance in an Antarctic fish (Notothenia coriiceps)
W. Joyce, Michael Axelsson, S. Egginton, A. P. Farrell, E. L. Crockett et al.
Conservation Physiology, Journal article 2018
Journal article

Oxygen- and capacity-limited thermal tolerance: Blurring ecology and physiology
Fredrik Jutfelt, Tommy Norin, Rasmus Ern, Johannes Overgaard, Tobias Wang et al.
Journal of Experimental Biology, Editorial letter 2018
Editorial letter

Exploring nature's natural knockouts: in vivo cardiorespiratory performance of Antarctic fishes during acute warming
W. Joyce, S. Egginton, A. P. Farrell, E. L. Crockett, K. M. O'Brien et al.
Journal of Experimental Biology, Journal article 2018
Journal article

In vivo aerobic metabolism of the rainbow trout gut and the effects of an acute temperature increase and stress event
J. Brijs, A. Grans, P. Hjelmstedt, Erik Sandblom, N. van Nuland et al.
Journal of Experimental Biology, Journal article 2018
Journal article

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2009

Validation of a totally implantable blood flow, blood pressure and temperature biotelemetry system
Koullis Pitsillides, Michael Axelsson
FASEB J, Conference contribution 2009
Conference contribution

Telemetric recording of gastrointestinal blood flow and the effects of thermoregulatory behavior in an ectotherm
Albin Gräns, Koullis Pitsillides, Joseph J., Jr. Cech Jr, Catharina Olsson, Michael Axelsson
FASEB J, Conference contribution 2009
Conference contribution

Telemetric recording of gastrointestinal blood flow and the effects of thermoregulatory behavior in an ectotherm
Albin Gräns, Koullis Pitsillides, Joseph J., Jr. Cech Jr, Catharina Olsson, Michael Axelsson
Experimental Biology, New Orleans, April 2009, Louisiana, USA, Conference contribution 2009
Conference contribution

The Need for Efficient and Flexible Educational Imagery- When Ambitious Visualization Products meed the Context of Actual Learning Situations
Maria Spante, Thommy Eriksson, Maria Sunnerstam, Cammy Huang-DeVoss, Michael Axelsson
Proceeding of International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies in Education, Conference paper 2009
Conference paper

2008

Postprandial changes in intestinal electric activity and gut blood flow in fish
Fredrik Albertsson, Albin Gräns, Michael Axelsson, Catharina Olsson
Neurogastroenterology and motility; Neurogastroenterology & Motility, Joint international meeting, November 2008, Lucerne Switzerland, Conference paper 2008
Conference paper

Radio waves tainted with blood: The latest in fish telemetry
Albin Gräns, Michael Axelsson, Catharina Olsson, Johan Höjesjö, Koullis Pitsillides et al.
8th International Congress on the Biology of Fish, 2008, Portland, USA , Conference contribution 2008
Conference contribution

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