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    1. Doyle, LW; Bowman, E; Callanan, C; Carse, E; Casalasz, D; Charlton, MP; Davis, N; Ford, G; Fraser, S; Halliday, J; Hayes, M; Kelly, E; Rickards, A; Stewart, M; Watkins, A; Woods, H; Yu, V
      Postnatal corticosteroids and sensorineural outcome at 5 years of age

      JOURNAL OF PAEDIATRICS AND CHILD HEALTH
    2. Tsang, CW; Elrick, DB; Charlton, MP
      alpha-Latrotoxin releases calcium in frog motor nerve terminals

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Hua, SY; Charlton, MP
      Activity-dependent changes in partial VAMP complexes during neurotransmitter release

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Georgiou, J; Charlton, MP
      Non-myelin-forming perisynaptic Schwann cells express protein zero and myelin-associated glycoprotein

      GLIA
    5. Ouanounou, A; Zhang, L; Charlton, MP; Carlen, PL
      Differential modulation of synaptic transmission by calcium chelators in young and aged hippocampal CA1 neurons: Evidence for altered calcium homeostasis in aging

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    6. Msghina, M; Millar, AG; Charlton, MP; Govind, CK; Atwood, HL
      Calcium entry related to active zones and differences in transmitter release at phasic and tonic synapses

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    7. Georgiou, J; Robitaille, R; Charlton, MP
      Muscarinic control of cytoskeleton in perisynaptic glia

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    8. Elrick, DB; Charlton, MP
      alpha-latrocrustatoxin increases neurotransmitter release by activating a calcium influx pathway at crayfish neuromuscular junction

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    9. Raciborska, DA; Charlton, MP
      Retention of cleaved synaptosome-associated protein of 25 kDa (SNAP-25) inneuromuscular junctions: a new hypothesis to explain persistence of botulinum A poisoning

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY
    10. Robitaille, R; Thomas, S; Charlton, MP
      Effects of adenosine on Ca2+ entry in the nerve terminal of the frog neuromuscular junction

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY
    11. RACIBORSKA DA; TRIMBLE WS; CHARLTON MP
      PRESYNAPTIC PROTEIN INTERACTIONS IN-VIVO - EVIDENCE FROM BOTULINUM-A,BOTULINUM-C, BOTULINUM-D AND BOTULINUM-E ACTION AT FROG NEUROMUSCULAR-JUNCTION

      European journal of neuroscience
    12. ELFAR O; OCONNOR V; DRESBACH T; PELLEGRINI L; DEBELLO W; SCHWEIZER F; AUGUSTINE G; HEUSS C; SCHAFER T; CHARLTON MP; BETZ H
      PROTEIN INTERACTIONS IMPLICATED IN NEUROTRANSMITTER RELEASE

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-PARIS
    13. Hua, SY; Raciborska, DA; Trimble, WS; Charlton, MP
      Different VAMP/synaptobrevin complexes for spontaneous and evoked transmitter release at the crayfish neuromuscular junction

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    14. SATTLER R; CHARLTON MP; HAFNER M; TYMIANSKI M
      DISTINCT INFLUX PATHWAYS, NOT CALCIUM LOAD, DETERMINE NEURONAL VULNERABILITY TO CALCIUM NEUROTOXICITY

      Journal of neurochemistry
    15. DOYLE LW; BOWMAN E; CALLANAN C; CARSE E; CHARLTON MP; DREW J; FORD G; FRASER S; HALLIDAY J; HAYES M; KELLY E; MCDOUGALL P; RICKARDS A; WATKINS A; WOODS H; YU V
      ECONOMIC OUTCOME FOR INTENSIVE-CARE OF INFANTS OF BIRTH-WEIGHT 500-999 G BORN IN VICTORIA IN THE POST SURFACTANT ERA

      Journal of paediatrics and child health
    16. DOYLE LW; BOWMAN E; CALLANAN C; CARSE E; CHARLTON MP; DREW J; FORD G; FRASER S; HALLIDAY J; HAYES M; KELLY E; MCDOUGALL P; RICKARDS A; WATKINS A; WOODS H; YU V
      OUTCOME AT 2 YEARS OF CHILDREN 23-27 WEEKS GESTATION BORN IN VICTORIAIN 1991-92

      Journal of paediatrics and child health
    17. SATTLER R; CHARLTON MP; HAFNER M; TYMIANSKI M
      DETERMINATION OF THE TIME-COURSE AND EXTENT OF NEUROTOXICITY AT DEFINED TEMPERATURES IN CULTURED NEURONS USING A MODIFIED MULTIWELL PLATE FLUORESCENCE SCANNER

      Journal of cerebral blood flow and metabolism
    18. OCONNOR V; HEUSS C; DEBELLO WM; DRESBACH T; CHARLTON MP; HUNT JH; PELLEGRINI LL; HODEL A; BURGER MM; BETZ H; AUGUSTINE GJ; SCHAFER T
      DISRUPTION OF SYNTAXIN-MEDIATED PROTEIN INTERACTIONS BLOCKS NEUROTRANSMITTER SECRETION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    19. CHARLTON MP; GEORGIOU J; JAHROMI B; ROBITAILLE R
      PERISYNAPTIC SCHWANN-CELLS AT THE FROG NEUROMUSCULAR-JUNCTION RESEMBLE ASTROCYTES

      Journal of physiology
    20. ROBITAILLE R; JAHROMI BS; CHARLTON MP
      MUSCARINIC CA2-CELLS OF THE FROG NEUROMUSCULAR-JUNCTION( RESPONSES RESISTANT TO MUSCARINIC ANTAGONISTS AT PERISYNAPTIC SCHWANN)

      Journal of physiology
    21. KARUNANITHI S; GEORGIOU J; CHARLTON MP; ATWOOD HL
      IMAGING OF CALCIUM IN DROSOPHILA LARVAL MOTOR-NERVE TERMINALS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    22. DOYLE LX; BOWMAN E; CALLANAN C; CARSE E; CHARLTON MP; DREW J; FORD G; FRASER S; HALLIDAY J; HAYES M; KELLY E; MCDOUGALL P; RICKARDS A; WATKINS A; WOODS H; YU V
      CHANGING OUTCOME FOR INFANTS OF BIRTH-WEIGHT 500-999 G BORN OUTSIDE LEVEL-3 CENTERS IN VICTORIA

      Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
    23. DOYLE LW; BOWMAN E; CALLANAN C; CARSE E; CHARLTON MP; DREW J; FORD G; FRASER S; HALLIDAY J; HAYES M; KELLY E; MCDOUGALL P; RICKARDS A; WATKINS A; WOODS H; YU V
      IMPROVED OUTCOME INTO THE 1990S FOR INFANTS WEIGHING 500-999 G AT BIRTH

      Archives of Disease in Childhood
    24. DOYLE LW; CALLANAN C; CARSE E; CHARLTON MP; DREW J; FORD G; FRASER S; HAYES M; KELLY E; KNOCHES A; MCDOUGALL P; RICKARDS A; WATKINS A; WOODS H; YU V
      SURGERY AND THE TINY BABY - SENSORINEURAL OUTCOME AT 5 YEARS OF AGE

      Journal of paediatrics and child health
    25. OUANOUNOU A; ZHANG L; CHARLTON MP; CARLEN PL
      EXCITATORY SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION IS ENHANCED IN AGED HIPPOCAMPAL CA1 NEURONS BY CALCIUM CHELATORS

      The FASEB journal
    26. OUANOUNOU A; ZHANG L; TYMIANSKI M; CHARLTON MP; WALLACE MC; CARLEN PL
      ACCUMULATION AND EXTRUSION OF PERMEANT CA2+ CHELATORS IN ATTENUATION OF SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION AT HIPPOCAMPAL CA1 NEURONS

      Neuroscience
    27. OCONNOR V; PELLEGRINI L; DRESBACH T; BOMMERT K; ELFAR O; BETZ H; DEBELLO W; HUNT JM; SCHWEIZER F; AUGUSTINE G; CHARLTON MP
      PROTEIN-PROTEIN INTERACTIONS IN SYNAPTIC VESICLE EXOCYTOSIS

      Biochemical Society transactions
    28. WONG DLH; ADAMS SG; IRISH JC; DURKIN LC; HUNT EJ; CHARLTON MP
      EFFECT OF NEUROMUSCULAR ACTIVITY ON THE RESPONSE TO BOTULINUM TOXIN INJECTIONS IN SPASMODIC DYSPHONIA

      Journal of otolaryngology
    29. DOYLE LW; CALLANAN C; CARSE E; CHARLTON MP; DREW J; FORD G; FRASER S; HAYES M; KELLY E; KNOCHES A; MCDOUGALL P; RICKARDS A; WATKINS A; WOODS H; YU V
      NEUROSENSORY OUTCOME AT 5 YEARS AND EXTREMELY LOW-BIRTH-WEIGHT

      Archives of Disease in Childhood
    30. HUNT JM; BOMMERT K; CHARLTON MP; KISTNER A; HABERMANN E; AUGUSTINE GJ; BETZ H
      POST-DOCKING ROLE FOR SYNAPTOBREVIN IN SYNAPTIC VESICLE FUSION

      Neuron
    31. GEORGIOU J; ROBITAILLE R; TRIMBLE WS; CHARLTON MP
      SYNAPTIC REGULATION OF GLIAL PROTEIN EXPRESSION IN-VIVO

      Neuron
    32. HERNANDEZCRUZ A; CHARLTON MP; AUGUSTINE GJ
      PRESYNAPTIC CALCIUM SIGNALING DURING NEUROTRANSMITTER RELEASE - MEASUREMENTS WITH CONFOCAL LASER-SCANNING MICROSCOPY

      Biomedical research
    33. TYMIANSKI M; SPIGELMAN I; ZHANG L; CARLEN PL; TATOR CH; CHARLTON MP; WALLACE MC
      MECHANISM OF ACTION AND PERSISTENCE OF NEUROPROTECTION BY CELL-PERMEANT CA2+ CHELATORS

      Journal of cerebral blood flow and metabolism
    34. TYMIANSKI M; SPIGELMAN I; ZHANG L; CARLEN PL; CHARLTON MP; WALLACE MC
      MECHANISM OF ACTION AND PERSISTENCE OF NEUROPROTECTION BY INTRACELLULAR CA-2+ CHELATORS

      Stroke
    35. WINSLOW JL; DUFFY SN; CHARLTON MP
      HOMOSYNAPTIC FACILITATION OF TRANSMITTER RELEASE IN CRAYFISH IS NOT AFFECTED BY MOBILE CALCIUM CHELATORS - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE RESIDUAL IONIZED CALCIUM HYPOTHESIS FROM ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL AND COMPUTATIONAL ANALYSES

      Journal of neurophysiology
    36. TYMIANSKI M; CHARLTON MP; CARLEN PL; TATOR CH
      PROPERTIES OF NEUROPROTECTIVE CELL-PERMEANT CA2- EFFECTS ON [CA2+](I)AND GLUTAMATE NEUROTOXICITY IN-VITRO( CHELATORS )

      Journal of neurophysiology
    37. ROBITAILLE R; GARCIA ML; KACZOROWSKI GJ; CHARLTON MP
      FUNCTIONAL COLOCALIZATION OF CALCIUM AND CALCIUM-GATED POTASSIUM CHANNELS IN CONTROL OF TRANSMITTER RELEASE

      Neuron
    38. TYMIANSKI M; WALLACE MC; SPIGELMAN I; UNO M; CARLEN PL; TATOR CH; CHARLTON MP
      CELL-PERMEANT CA2-VITRO AND IN-VIVO( CHELATORS REDUCE EARLY EXCITOTOXIC AND ISCHEMIC NEURONAL INJURY IN)

      Neuron
    39. TYMIANSKI M; CHARLTON MP; CARLEN PL; TATOR CH
      SOURCE SPECIFICITY OF EARLY CALCIUM NEUROTOXICITY IN CULTURED EMBRYONIC SPINAL NEURONS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    40. BOMMERT K; CHARLTON MP; DEBELLO WM; CHIN GJ; BETZ H; AUGUSTINE GJ
      INHIBITION OF NEUROTRANSMITTER RELEASE BY C2-DOMAIN PEPTIDES IMPLICATES SYNAPTOTAGMIN IN EXOCYTOSIS

      Nature
    41. SMITH SJ; BUCHANAN J; OSSES LR; CHARLTON MP; AUGUSTINE GJ
      THE SPATIAL-DISTRIBUTION OF CALCIUM SIGNALS IN SQUID PRESYNAPTIC TERMINALS

      Journal of physiology


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