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Sheng-xing Ma

Professor in Residence
Obstetrics and Gynecology
Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute
United States of America

Biography

Dr. Ma's research focuses on the biochemistry and physiology of nitric oxide and related biomolecules. He studies the biocapture of signal transduction cascades over skin acupuncture points/meridians as a translational research tool to assess diseases (obesity, hypertension, diabetes, and congestive heart failure) and to elucidate effects and mechanisms of mind-body practices. Additionally, he is interested in the neural control of sympathetic/cardiovascular functions and mechanisms of acupuncture via nitric oxide related signaling systems in the dorsal column pathway. His research projects encompass a broad spectrum of multidisciplinary techniques ranging from physiology/pharmacology, biochemistry, molecular biology, and histochemistry to integrative research in both animal models and human studies.

Research Interest

Biochemistry and physiology of nitric oxide

Publications

  • Infrared heat treatment reduces food intake and modifies expressions of TRPV3-POMC in the dorsal medulla of obesity prone rats. Int J Hyperthermia. 2011;

  • Changes in nitric oxide, cGMP, and nitrotyrosine concentrations over skin along the meridians in obese subjects. >Obesity (Silver Spring). 2011

  • Effects of electroacupuncture Zusanli (ST36) on food intake and expression of POMC and TRPV1 through afferents-medulla pathway in obese prone rats. Peptides. 2012

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