Peer-reviewed scientific articles

Ruuskanen S, Mottola G & Anttila K (under press) Experimental coper exposure, but not heat stress, leads to elevated intraovarian thyroid hormone levels in three-spined sticklebacks (Gasterosteus aculeatus). Env Tox

Heinonen I, Sorop O, Van Dalen BM, Wüst RCI, van de Wouw J, de Beer VJ, Octavia Y, van Duin RWB, Hoogstrate Y, Blonden L, Alkio M, Anttila K, Stubbs A, van der Velden J, Merkus D & Duncker DJ (2020). Increased myocardial oxidative stress, eNOS uncoupling, mitochondrial dysfunction and alterations in gene expression precede overt left ventricular remodeling in diabetic metabolic derangement. Sci Reports 10:13173

Mottola G, Nikinmaa M & Anttila K (2020) Hsp70s transcription-translation relationship depends on the heat shock temperature in zebrafish. Comp Biochem Physiol A, 240:110629

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