Peer-reviewed scientific articles

Crespel A, Anttila K, Lelièvre P, Quazuguel P, Le Bayon N, Zambonino-Infante JL, Chabot D & Claireaux G (2019). Long-term effects of ocean acidification upon energetics and oxygen transport in the European sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax, Linnaeus). Mar Biol 166: 116

Nikinmaa M, Suominen E & Anttila K (2019). Water-soluble fraction of crude oil affects variability and has transgenerational effects in Daphnia magna. Aquat Toxicol 211: 137-140

Nikinmaa M & Anttila K (2019). Individual variation in aquatic toxicology: Not only unwanted noise. Aquat Toxicol 207: 29-33

Anttila K, Farrell AP, Patterson DA, Hinch SG & Eliason EJ (2019). Cardiac SERCA activity in sockeye salmon populations: an adaptive response to migration conditions. Can J Fish Aquat Sci 76: 1-5

Prokkola JM, Nikinmaa M, Lewis M, Anttila K, Kanerva M, Seppänen E, Kolari I & Leder EH (2018). Cold temperature represses daily rhythms in the liver transcriptome of a stenothermal teleost under decreasing day length. J Exp Biol 221: jeb.170670

Anttila K, Mauduit F, Le Floch S, Claireaux G & Nikinmaa M (2017). Influence of crude oil exposure on cardiac function and thermal tolerance of juvenile rainbow trout and European seabass. Environ Sci Poll Res 24:19624-19634

Anttila K, Streng T, Pispa J, Vainio M & Nikinmaa M (2017). Hypoxia exposure and B-type natriuretic peptide release from Langendorff heart of rats. Acta Physiol 220:28-35.

Lewis M, Götting M, Anttila K, Kanerva M, Prokkola JM, Seppänen E, Kolari I & Nikinmaa M (2016). Different relationship between hsp70 mRNA and hsp70 levels in the heat shock response of two salmonids with dissimilar temperature preference. Frontiers Physiol 7:511.

Zhang Y, Timmerhaus G, Anttila K, Mauduit, F, Jørgensen SM, Kristensen T, Claireaux G, Takle H & Farrell AP (2016). Domestication compromises athleticism and respiratory plasticity in response to aerobic exercise training in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). Aquaculture 463:79-88.

Anttila K, Lewis M, Prokkola JM, Kanerva M, Seppänen E, Kolari I & Nikinmaa M (2015). Warm acclimation and oxygen depletion induce species-specific responses in salmonids. J Exp Biol 218:1471-1477

Anttila K, Jørgensen SM, Casselman MT, Timmerhaus G, Farrell AP & Takle H (2014). Association between swimming performance, cardiorespiratory morphometry, and thermal tolerance in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.). Frontiers in Marine Science 1(76). DOI: 10.3389/fmars.2014.00076

Anttila K, Couturier CS, Øverli Ø, Johnsen A, Marthinsen G, Nilsson GE & Farrell AP (2014). Atlantic salmon show capability for cardiac acclimation to warm temperatures. Nature Communications 5: 4252

Muñoz NJ, Anttila K, Chen Z, Heath JV, Farrell AP & Neff BD (2014). Indirect genetic effects underlie oxygen limited thermal tolerance within a coastal population of chinook salmon. Proc R Soc B 281: 1789

Anttila K, Eliason EJ, Kaukinen KH, Miller KM & Farrell AP (2014). Facing warm temperatures during migration – cardiac mRNA responses of two adult sockeye salmon Oncorhynchus nerka populations to warming and swimming challenges. J Fish Biol 84: 1439-56

Ferreira EO, Anttila K & Farrell AP (2014). Thermal optima and tolerance in the eurythermic goldfish (Carassius auratus): Relationships between whole animal aerobic capacity and maximum heart rate. Physiol Biochem Zool 87: 599-611

Sidhu R, Anttila K & Farrell AP (2014). Upper thermal tolerance of closely related Danio species. J Fish Biol 84: 982-95

Vainio M, Streng T, Anttila K, Arjanmaa O & Nikinmaa M (2014) Effects of hypoxia on cardiac function studied using the Langendorff method. Acta Physiol 211:67-67

Anttila K, Dhillon RS, Boulding EG, Farrell AP, Glebe BD, Elliott JAK, Wolters WR & Schulte PM (2013). Variation in temperature tolerance among families of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) is associated with hypoxia tolerance, ventricle size and myoglobin level. J Exp Biol 216: 1183-90

Anttila K, Casselman MT, Schulte PM & Farrell AP (2013). Optimum temperature in juvenile salmonids: Connecting subcellular indicators to tissue function and whole-organism thermal optimum. Physiol Biochem Zool 86: 245-56

McBryan TL, Anttila K, Healy TM & Schulte PM (2013). Responses to temperature and hypoxia as interacting stressors in fish: implications for adaptation to environmental change. Integr Comp Biol 53: 648-59

Chen Z, Anttila K, Wu J, Whitney CK, Hinch SG & Farrell AP (2013). Optimum and maximum temperatures of sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) populations hatched at different temperatures. Can J Zool 91: 265-74

Verhille C, Anttila K, Farrell AP (2013). A heart to heart on temperature. Impaired temperature tolerance of triploid rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) due to early cardiac collapse. Comp Biochem Physiol A Mol Integr Physiol. 164: 653-7

Casselman MT, Anttila K & Farrell AP (2012). Using maximum heart rate as a rapid screening tool to determine optimum temperature for aerobic scope in Pacific salmon Oncorhynchus spp.. J Fish Biol 80: 358-77

Anttila K, Jokikokko E, Erkinaro J, Järvilehto M & Mänttäri S (2011). Effects of training on functional variables of muscles in reared Atlantic salmon Salmo salar smolts: connection to downstream migration pattern. J Fish Biol 78: 552-66

Anttila K, Jäntti M & Mänttäri S (2010). Effects of training on lipid metabolism in swimming muscles of sea trout (Salmo trutta). J Comp Physiol B 180: 707-14

Stebelová K, Anttila K, Mänttäri S, Saarela S & Zeman M (2010). Immunohistochemical definition of MT2 receptors and melatonin in gastrointestinal tissues of rat. Acta Histochem 112: 26-33

Anttila K & Mänttäri S (2009). Ultrastructural differences and histochemical characteristics in swimming muscles of wild and reared Atlantic salmon. Acta Physiol 196: 249-57

Anttila K, Järvilehto M & Mänttäri S (2008). The swimming performance of brown trout and whitefish: the effects of exercise on Ca2+ handling and oxidative capacity of swimming muscles. J Comp Physiol B 178: 465-75

Anttila K, Järvilehto M & Mänttäri S (2008). Ca2+ handling and oxidative capacity are greatly impaired in swimming muscles of hatchery-reared versus wild Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). Can J Fish Aquat Sci 65: 10-16

Anttila K, Mänttäri S & Järvilehto M (2008). Testosterone and Ca2+ regulation in skeletal muscle. Int J Sports Med 29: 795-802

Mänttäri S, Anttila K & Järvilehto M (2008). Testosterone stimulates myoglobin expression in different muscles of mouse. J Comp Physiol B 178: 899-907 Anttila K, Mänttäri S & Järvilehto M (2007). Expression of dihydropyride and ryanodine receptors in type IIA fibres of rat skeletal muscle. Acta Histochem Cytochem 40: 35-41

Anttila K, Mänttäri S & Järvilehto M (2006). Effects of different training protocols on Ca2+ handling and oxidative capacity in skeletal muscle of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.). J Exp Biol 209: 2971-8

Mänttäri S, Anttila K, Kaakinen M & Järvilehto M (2006). Effects of low-intensity training on dihydropyridine and ryanodine receptor content in skeletal muscle of mouse. J Physiol Biochem 62: 293-302

Mänttäri S, Anttila K, Järvilehto M (2005). Effects of downstream migration on myosin heavy chain expression and dihydropyridine receptor density in farmed smolt of Atlantic salmon. J Fish Biol 66: 1437-46

 

Book chapters

Eliason E & Anttila K (2017). Temperature and the Cardiovascular System. In a book: Fish Physiology. Ed. Gamperl AK, Gillis TE, Farrell AP & Brauner CJ. Springer. pp. 235-297

Nikinmaa M & Anttila K (2015). Responses of marine animals to ocean acidification. Kirjassa: Climate Change and Marine and Freshwater Toxins. Ed. Botana M, Louzao C & Vilariño N. Walter de Gruyter GmbH. pp. 99-124