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  1. A cytoplasmic region determines single-channel conductance in 5-HT3 receptors

    Kelley, S. P., Dunlop, J. I., Kirkness, E. F., Lambert, J. J. & Peters, J. A. Jul 2003 In : Nature. 424, 6946, p. 321-324 4 p.

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  2. The in vitro and in vivo enantioselectivity of etomidate implicates the GABAA receptor in general anaesthesia

    Belelli, D., Muntoni, A-L., Merrywest, S. D., Gentet, L. J., Casula, A., Callachan, H., Madau, P., Gemmell, D. K., Hamilton, N. M., Lambert, J. J., Sillar, K. T. & Peters, J. A. Jul 2003 In : Neuropharmacology. 45, 1, p. 57-71 15 p.

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  3. Leptin in the CNS: much more than a satiety signal

    Harvey, J. & Ashford, M. L. J. Jun 2003 In : Neuropharmacology. 44, 7, p. 845-54 10 p.

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  4. Hydrogen-peroxide-induced toxicity of rat striatal neurones involves activation of a non-selective cation channel

    Smith, M. A., Herson, P. S., Lee, K., Pinnock, R. D. & Ashford, M. L. J. 1 Mar 2003 In : Journal of Physiology. 547, 2, p. 417-425 9 p.

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  5. Different mechanisms are used by insulin to repress three genes that contain a homologous thymine-rich insulin response element

    Patel, S., Lipina, C. & Sutherland, C. 2003 In : FEBS Letters. 549, 1-3, p. 72-76 5 p.

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  6. GABAA receptor composition is determined by distinct assembly signals within α and β subunits

    Bollan, K., King, D., Robertson, L. A., Brown, K., Taylor, P. M., Moss, S. J. & Connolly, C. N. 2003 In : Journal of Biological Chemistry. 278, 7, p. 4747-4755 9 p.

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  7. Multiple assembly signals in g-aminobutyric acid (type A) receptor subunits combine to drive receptor construction and composition

    Bollan, K., Robertson, L. A., Tang, H. & Connolly, C. N. 2003 In : Biochemical Society Transactions. 31, 4, p. 875-879 5 p.

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  8. Multiple assembly signals in g-aminobutyric acid (type A) receptor subunits combine to drive receptor construction and composition

    Bollan, K., Robertson, L. A., Tang, H. & Connolly, C. N. 2003

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  9. Leptin inhibits epileptiform-like activity in rat hippocampal neurones via PI 3-kinase-driven activation of BK channels

    Shanley, L. J., O'Malley, D., Irving, A. J., Ashford, M. L. & Harvey, J. Dec 2002 In : Journal of Physiology. 545, 3, p. 933-944 12 p.

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  10. Dynamic imaging of free cytosolic ATP concentration during fuel sensing by rat hypothalamic neurones: evidence for ATP-independent control of ATP-sensitive K+ channels

    Ainscow, E. K., Mirshamsi, S., Tang, T., Ashford, M. L. J. & Rutter, G. A. 15 Oct 2002 In : Journal of Physiology. 544, 2, p. 429-445 17 p.

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