Dr Nicole Stupka

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Lecturer In Medical Physiology

Faculty

Faculty of Health

Department

School of Medicine

Campus

Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus

Contact

nicole.stupka@deakin.edu.au
+61 3 522 71360

Publications

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2016

Characterisation of minimalist co-assembled fluorenylmethyloxycarbonyl self-assembling peptide systems for presentation of multiple bioactive peptides

C Horgan, A Rodriguez, R Li, K Bruggeman, N Stupka, J Raynes, L Day, J White, R Williams, D Nisbet

(2016), Vol. 38, pp. 11-22, Acta biomaterialia, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal
2015

Sarcopenia and the common mental disorders: a potential regulatory role of skeletal muscle on brain function?

J Pasco, L Williams, F Jacka, N Stupka, S Brennan-Olsen, K Holloway, M Berk

(2015), Vol. 13, pp. 351-357, Current Osteoporosis Reports, New York, N.Y., C1

journal
2013

Versican processing by a disintegrin-like and metalloproteinase domain with thrombospondin-1 repeats proteinases-5 and -15 facilitates myoblast fusion

N Stupka, C Kintakas, J White, F Fraser, M Hanciu, N Aramaki-Hattori, S Martin, C Coles, F Collier, A Ward, S Apte, D McCulloch

(2013), Vol. 288, pp. 1907-1917, Journal of biological chemistry, Bethesda, Maryland, C1

journal

Biosynthesis and expression of a disintegrin-like and metalloproteinase domain with thrombospondin-1 repeats-15

C Dancevic, F Fraser, A Smith, N Stupka, A Ward, D McCulloch

(2013), Vol. 288, pp. 37267-37276, Journal of Biological Chemistry, Rockville, Md., C1

journal
2011

Determination of intracellular glutathione and glutathione disulfide using high performance liquid chromatography with acidic potassium permanganate chemiluminescence detection

G McDermott, P Francis, K Holt, K Scott, S Martin, N Stupka, N Barnett, X Conlan

(2011), Vol. 136, pp. 2578-2585, Analyst, Cambridge, United Kingdom, C1

journal
2010

Determination of intracellular glutathione and cysteine using HPLC with a monolithic column after derivatization with monobromobimane

X Conlan, N Stupka, G McDermott, P Francis, N Barnett

(2010), Vol. 24, pp. 455-457, Biomedical chromatography, West Sussex, England, C1

journal

Correlation between acidic potassium permanganate chemiluminescence and in vitro cell culture assay : physiologically meaningful antioxidant activity

X Conlan, N Stupka, G McDermott, N Barnett, P Francis

(2010), Vol. 2, pp. 171-173, Analytical methods, London, England, C1

journal
2009

NDRG2, a novel regulator of myoblast proliferation, is regulated by anabolic and catabolic factors

V Foletta, M Prior, N Stupka, K Carey, D Segal, S Jones, C Swinton, S Martin, D Cameron-Smith, K Walder

(2009), Vol. 587, pp. 1619-1634, Journal of physiology, Oxford, England, C1

journal

Enhanced proliferation of human skeletal muscle precursor cells derived from elderly donors cultured in estimated physiological (5%) oxygen

S Martin, F Collier, M Kirkland, K Walder, N Stupka

(2009), Vol. 61, pp. 93-107, Cytotechnology: international journal of cell culture and biotechnology, Dordrecht, Netherlands, C1

journal
2008

Stimulation of calcineurin A? activity attenuates muscle pathophysiology in mdx dystrophic mice

N Stupka, J Schertzer, R Bassel-Duby, E Olson, G Lynch

(2008), Vol. 294, pp. 983-992, American journal of physiology : regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology, Bethesda, Md., C1-1

journal

Glucose and insulin modulate the expression and activity of the thioredoxin antioxidant system in cultured human skeletal muscle fibres

N Stupka, S Martin, J McKenzie, F Collier, N Konstantopoulos

(2008), pp. 1-1, AUPS 2008 : Proceedings of the Australian Physiological Society 2008, Melbourne, VIC, E1-1

conference

Effects of oxygen concentration on the cellular redox state and glutathione content of skeletal muscle cells in culture

N Stupka, X Conlan, S Martin, F Collier

(2008), Proceedings of the Australian Health and Medical Research Congress 2008, Brisbane, Queensland, E1-1

conference

Physiological (5%) oxygen levels enhance proliferation but not differentiation of human primary skeletal muscle precursor cells in vitro

S Martin, F Collier, N Stupka

(2008), Proceedings of the Australian Health and Medical Research Congress 2008, Brisbane, Queensland, E1-1

conference
2007

Calcineurin-A? alpha activation enhances the structure and function of regenerating muscles after myotoxic injury

N Stupka, J Schertzer, R Bassel-Duby, E Olson, G Lynch

(2007), Vol. 293, American journal of physiology - regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology, [Bethesda, Md.], C1-1

journal
2006

Activated calcineurin ameliorates contraction-induced injury to skeletal muscles of mdx dystrophic mice

N Stupka, D Plant, J Schertzer, T Emerson, R Bassel-Duby, E Olson, G Lynch

(2006), Vol. 575, pp. 645-656, Journal of physiology, London, England, C1-1

journal

Differential calcineurin signalling activity and regeneration efficacy in diaphragm and limb muscles of dystrophic mdx mice

N Stupka, B Michell, B Kemp, G Lynch

(2006), Vol. 16, pp. 337-346, Neuromuscular disorders, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

journal
2005

Interleukin-15 administration improves diaphragm muscle pathology and function in dystrophic mdx mice

L Harcourt, A Holmes, P Gregorevic, N Stupka, D Plant, G Lynch, J Schertzer

(2005), Vol. 166, pp. 1131-1141, American journal of pathology, [Hagerstown, Md.], C1-1

journal

ß2-Agonist administration increases sarcoplasmic reticulum Ca2+-ATPase activity in aged rat skeletal muscle

J Schertzer, J Ryall, D Plant, F Beitzel, N Stupka, G Lynch

(2005), Vol. 288, American journal of physiology - endocrinology and metabolism, [Bethesda, Md.], C1-1

journal
2004

Changes in contractile activation characteristics of rat fast and slow skeletal muscle fibres during regeneration

P Gregorevic, D Plant, N Stupka, G Lynch

(2004), Vol. 558, pp. 549-560, Journal of physiology, London, England, C1-1

journal

The calcineurin signal transduction pathway is essential for successful muscle regeneration in mdx dystrophic mice

N Stupka, P Gregorevic, D Plant, G Lynch

(2004), Vol. 107, pp. 299-310, Acta Neuropathologica, Berlin, Germany, C1-1

journal
2003

Substrate utilization during exercise performed with and without glucose ingestion in female and male endurance trained athletes

M Ridell, S Partington, N Stupka, D Armstrong, C Rennie, M Tarnopolsky

(2003), Vol. 13, pp. 407-421, International journal of sport nutrition and exercise metabolism, Champaign, Ill., C1-1

journal
2001

Cellular adaption to repeated eccentric exercise-induced muscle damage

N Stupka, M Tarnopolsky, N Yardley, S Phillips

(2001), Vol. 91, pp. 1669-1678, Journal of applied physiology, [Bethesda, Md.], C1-1

journal

Effects of ovariectomy and estrogen on ischemia-reperfusion injury in hindlimbs of female rats

N Stupka, P Tiidus

(2001), Vol. 91, pp. 1828-1835, Journal of applied physiology, [Bethesda, Md.], C1-1

journal
2000

Gender differences in muscle inflammation after eccentric exercise

N Stupka, S Lowther, K Chorneyko, J Bourgeois, C Hogben, M Tarnopolsky

(2000), Vol. 89, pp. 2325-2332, Journal of applied physiology, [Bethesda, Md.], C1-1

journal

Grants

Australian Competitive Grants

Type 2 diabetes and ageing-associated muscle atrophy: role of oxidative stress and redox sensitive signalling pathways

Dr Nicole Stupka

NHMRC - Training PD Award - Peter Doherty Fellowship

  • 2011: $17,180
  • 2010: $72,508
  • 2009: $71,250
  • 2008: $70,424
  • 2007: $68,500

Defining mechanisms underlying skeletal muscle development and muscular dystrophy

Dr Daniel Mcculloch, Dr Nicole Stupka, Prof Alister Ward

Financial Markets - Foundation for Children

  • 2012: $34,980
  • 2011: $71,230
  • 2010: $36,250

Industry and Other Funding

Role of SEPS1 in insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes

Dr Nicole Stupka

  • 2010: $15,000

Selenoprotein S (SEPS1): a novel gene for better muscle health and function?

Dr Nicole Stupka, Prof Julie Pasco, Dr Kiymet Bozaoglu

  • 2016: $30,000

Supervisions

Associate Supervisor
2016

Rui Li

Thesis entitled: Designing Self-Assembled Multicomponent Scaffolds for Regenerative Medicine

Doctor of Philosophy (Biol & Chem), School of Life and Environmental Sciences