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    1. Klyachko, VA; Ahern, GP; Jackson, MB
      CGMP-mediated facilitation in nerve terminals by enhancement of the spike afterhyperpolarization

      NEURON
    2. Wang, CT; Grishanin, R; Earles, CA; Chang, PY; Martin, TFJ; Chapman, ER; Jackson, MB
      Synaptotagmin modulation of fusion pore kinetics in regulated exocytosis of dense-core vesicles

      SCIENCE
    3. Gunawardena, AHLAN; Pearce, DM; Jackson, MB; Hawes, CR; Evans, DE
      Characterisation of programmed cell death during aerenchyma formation induced by ethylene or hypoxia in roots of maize (Zea mays L.)

      PLANTA
    4. Else, MA; Coupland, D; Dutton, L; Jackson, MB
      Decreased root hydraulic conductivity reduces leaf water potential, initiates stomatal closure and slows leaf expansion in flooded plants of castor oil (Ricinus communis) despite diminished delivery of ABA from the roots to shoots in xylem sap

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    5. Demir, R; Haberly, LB; Jackson, MB
      Epileptiform discharges with in-vivo-like features in slices of rat piriform cortex with longitudinal association fibers

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    6. Hsu, SF; O'Connell, PJ; Klyachko, VA; Badminton, MN; Thomson, AW; Jackson, MB; Clapham, DE; Ahern, GP
      Fundamental Ca2+ signaling mechanisms in mouse dendritic cells: CRAC is the major Ca2+ entry pathway

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    7. Tiekstra, AE; Else, MA; Jackson, MB
      External pressures based on leaf water potentials do not induce xylem sap to flow at rates of whole plant transpiration from roots of flooded or well-drained tomato and maize plants. Impact of shoot hydraulic resistances

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    8. Lupardus, PJ; Wilke, RA; Aydar, E; Palmer, CP; Chen, YM; Ruoho, AE; Jackson, MB
      Membrane-delimited coupling between sigma receptors and K+ channels in ratneurohypophysial terminals requires neither G-protein nor ATP

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    9. Demir, R; Haberly, LB; Jackson, MB
      Characteristics of plateau activity during the latent period prior to epileptiform discharges in slices from rat piriform cortex

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    10. Summers, JE; Ratcliffe, RG; Jackson, MB
      Anoxia tolerance in the aquatic monocot Potamogeton pectinatus: absence ofoxygen stimulates elongation in association with an unusually large Pasteur effect

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    11. Ahern, GP; Hsu, SF; Klyachko, VA; Jackson, MB
      Induction of persistent sodium current by exogenous and endogenous nitric oxide

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    12. Jackson, MB; Armstrong, W
      Formation of aerenchyma and the processes of plant ventilation in relationto soil flooding and submergence

      PLANT BIOLOGY
    13. Jokhan, AD; Harink, RJ; Jackson, MB
      Concentration and delivery of abscisic acid in xylem sap are greater at the shoot base than at a target leaf nearer to the shoot apex

      PLANT BIOLOGY
    14. Demir, R; Haberly, LB; Jackson, MB
      Sustained and accelerating activity at two discrete sites generate epileptiform discharges in slices of piriform cortex

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    15. Demir, R; Haberly, LB; Jackson, MB
      Sustained plateau activity precedes and can generate ictal-like dischargesin low-Cl- medium in slices from rat piriform cortex

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    16. Hsu, SF; Ahern, GP; Jackson, MB
      Ultra-violet light-induced changes in membrane properties in secretory cells

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE METHODS
    17. Jackson, MB; Pounder, D; Price, C; Matthews, AW; Neville, E
      Percutaneous cervical cordotomy for the control of pain in patients with pleural mesothelioma

      THORAX
    18. Hansen, SL; Fjalland, B; Jackson, MB
      Differential blockade of gamma-aminobutyric acid type A receptors by the neuroactive steroid dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate in posterior and intermediate pituitary

      MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    19. Ahern, GP; Hsu, SF; Jackson, MB
      Direct actions of nitric oxide on rat neurohypophysial K+ channels

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    20. Wilke, RA; Lupardus, PJ; Grandy, DK; Rubinstein, M; Low, MJ; Jackson, MB
      K+ channel modulation in rodent neurohypophysial nerve terminals by sigma receptors and not by dopamine receptors

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    21. Wilke, RA; Mehta, RP; Lupardus, PJ; Chen, YM; Ruoho, AE; Jackson, MB
      Sigma receptor photolabeling and sigma receptor-mediated modulation of potassium channels in tumor cells

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    22. Wang, CT; Zhang, HG; Rocheleau, TA; ffrench-Constant, RH; Jackson, MB
      Cation permeability and cation-anion interactions in a mutant GABA-gated chloride channel from Drosophila

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    23. CLARK LR; JACKSON MB; TAYLOR LA
      AN EVALUATION OF ADOLESCENT KNOWLEDGE OF SEXUALLY-TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS

      Journal of adolescent health
    24. WILKE RA; LUPARDUS PJ; JACKSON MB
      D-4 DOPAMINE-RECEPTOR - MEDIATED INHIBITION OF CA2-TERMINALS( CURRENTIN NEUROHYPOPHYSEAL NERVE)

      The FASEB journal
    25. SUMMERS JE; JACKSON MB
      LIGHT-GROWN AND DARK-GROWN POTAMOGETON PECTINATUS, AN AQUATIC MACROPHYTE, MAKE NO ETHYLENE (ETHENE) BUT RETAIN RESPONSIVENESS TO THE GAS

      Australian journal of plant physiology
    26. ELSE MA; JACKSON MB
      TRANSPORT OF 1-AMINOCYCLOPROPANE-1-CARBOXYLIC ACID (ACC) IN THE TRANSPIRATION STREAM OF TOMATO (LYCOPERSICON-ESCULENTUM) IN RELATION TO FOLIAR ETHYLENE PRODUCTION AND PETIOLE EPINASTY

      Australian journal of plant physiology
    27. BRANCHAW JL; HSU SF; JACKSON MB
      MEMBRANE EXCITABILITY AND SECRETION FROM PEPTIDERGIC NERVE-TERMINALS

      Cellular and molecular neurobiology
    28. WILKE RA; HSU SF; JACKSON MB
      DOPAMINE D-4 RECEPTOR-MEDIATED INHIBITION OF POTASSIUM CURRENT IN NEUROHYPOPHYSEAL NERVE-TERMINALS

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    29. DEMIR R; HABERLY LB; JACKSON MB
      VOLTAGE IMAGING OF EPILEPTIFORM ACTIVITY IN SLICES FROM RAT PIRIFORM CORTEX - ONSET AND PROPAGATION

      Journal of neurophysiology
    30. JACKSON MB
      UNTITLED

      Annals of botany
    31. VARTAPETIAN BB; JACKSON MB
      PLANT ADAPTATIONS TO ANAEROBIC STRESS

      Annals of botany
    32. VOESENEK LACJ; BANGA M; RIJNDERS JHGM; VISSER EJW; HARREN FJM; BRAILSFORD RW; JACKSON MB; BLOM CWPM
      LASER-DRIVEN PHOTOACOUSTIC-SPECTROSCOPY - WHAT WE CAN DO WITH IT IN FLOODING RESEARCH

      Annals of botany
    33. BRANCHAW JL; BANKS MI; JACKSON MB
      CA2-DEPENDENT AND VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT INACTIVATION OF CA2+ CHANNELS IN NERVE-TERMINALS OF THE NEUROHYPOPHYSIS()

      The Journal of neuroscience
    34. JACKSON MB
      INVERSION OF MARKOV-PROCESSES TO DETERMINE RATE CONSTANTS FROM SINGLE-CHANNEL DATA

      Biophysical journal
    35. WANG CT; ZHANG HG; ROCHELEAU T; FFRENCHCONSTANT RH; JACKSON MB
      CATION PERMEABILITY OF A DROSOPHILA GABA-ACTIVATED CHLORIDE CHANNEL WITH A MUTATION IN THE EXTRACELLULAR RING

      Biophysical journal
    36. HSU SF; JACKSON MB
      PHOTOLYSIS OF CAGED CALCIUM IN NERVE-TERMINALS USING AN ARC LAMP DRIVEN BY A PULSE POWER-SUPPLY

      Biophysical journal
    37. HSU SF; AUGUSTINE GJ; JACKSON MB
      ADAPTATION OF CA2-TRIGGERED EXOCYTOSIS IN PRESYNAPTIC TERMINALS()

      Neuron
    38. JACKSON MB; DAVIES WJ; ELSE MA
      PRESSURE-FLOW RELATIONSHIPS, XYLEM SOLUTES AND ROOT HYDRAULIC CONDUCTANCE IN FLOODED TOMATO PLANTS (VOL 77, PG 17, 1996)

      Annals of botany
    39. JACKSON MB; DAVIES WJ; ELSE MA
      PRESSURE-FLOW RELATIONSHIPS, XYLEM SOLUTES AND ROOT HYDRAULIC CONDUCTANCE IN FLOODED TOMATO PLANTS

      Annals of botany
    40. BANKS MI; HABERLY LB; JACKSON MB
      LAYER-SPECIFIC PROPERTIES OF THE TRANSIENT K-CURRENT (I-A) IN PIRIFORM CORTEX

      The Journal of neuroscience
    41. ELSE MA; TIEKSTRA AE; CROKER SJ; DAVIES WJ; JACKSON MB
      STOMATAL CLOSURE IN FLOODED TOMATO PLANTS INVOLVES ABSCISIC-ACID AND A CHEMICALLY UNIDENTIFIED ANTI-TRANSPIRANT IN XYLEM SAP

      Plant physiology
    42. SUMMERS JE; VOESENEK LACJ; BLOM CWPM; LEWIS MJ; JACKSON MB
      POTAMOGETON PECTINATUS IS CONSTITUTIVELY INCAPABLE OF SYNTHESIZING ETHYLENE AND LACKS 1-AMINOCYCLOPROPANE-1-CARBOXYLIC ACID OXIDASE

      Plant physiology
    43. JACKSON MB; ATTWOOD PA
      ROOTS OF WILLOW (SALIX-VIMINALIS L) SHOW MARKED TOLERANCE TO OXYGEN SHORTAGE IN FLOODED SOILS AND IN SOLUTION CULTURE

      Plant and soil
    44. SUMMERS JE; JACKSON MB
      ANAEROBIC PROMOTION OF STEM EXTENSION IN POTAMOGETON PECTINATUS - ROLES FOR CARBON-DIOXIDE, ACIDIFICATION AND HORMONES

      Physiologia Plantarum
    45. HSU SF; JACKSON MB
      RAPID EXOCYTOSIS AND ENDOCYTOSIS IN NERVE-TERMINALS OF THE RAT POSTERIOR PITUITARY

      Journal of physiology
    46. JACKSON MB; SCHARFMAN HE
      POSITIVE FEEDBACK FROM HILAR MOSSY CELLS TO GRANULE CELLS IN THE DENTATE GYRUS REVEALED BY VOLTAGE-SENSITIVE DYE AND MICROELECTRODE RECORDING

      Journal of neurophysiology
    47. JOKHAN AD; ELSE MA; JACKSON MB
      DELIVERY RATES OF ABSCISIC-ACID IN XYLEM SAP OF RICINUS-COMMUNIS L PLANTS SUBJECTED TO PART-DRYING OF THE SOIL

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    48. SHOTKOSKI F; ZHANG HG; JACKSON MB; FFRENCHCONSTANT RH
      STABLE EXPRESSION OF INSECT GABA RECEPTORS IN INSECT-CELL LINES - PROMOTERS FOR EFFICIENT EXPRESSION OF DROSOPHILA AND MOSQUITO RDL GABA RECEPTORS IN STABLY TRANSFORMED MOSQUITO CELL-LINES

      FEBS letters
    49. LEE CW; JACKSON MB; DUYSEN ME; FREEMAN TP; SELF JR
      INDUCED MICRONUTRIENT TOXICITY IN TOUCHDOWN KENTUCKY BLUEGRASS

      Crop science
    50. TURNER MA; SCHINDLER DW; FINDLAY DL; JACKSON MB; ROBINSON GGC
      DISRUPTION OF LITTORAL ALGAL ASSOCIATIONS BY EXPERIMENTAL LAKE ACIDIFICATION

      Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences
    51. JENSEN RG; LAMMIKEEFE CJ; FERRIS AM; JACKSON MB; COUCH SC; CAPACCHIONE CM; AHN HS; MURTAUGH M
      HUMAN-MILK TOTAL LIPID AND CHOLESTEROL ARE DEPENDENT ON INTERVAL OF SAMPLING DURING 24 HOURS

      Journal of pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition
    52. JACKSON MB; LEE CW; SCHUMACHER MA; DUYSEN ME; SELF JR; SMITH RC
      MICRONUTRIENT TOXICITY BUFFALOGRASS

      Journal of plant nutrition
    53. PINTHUS MJ; JACKSON MB
      EFFECTS OF ACC (1-AMINOCYCLOPROPANE-1-CARBOXYLIC ACID) APPLIED THROUGH THE ROOTS OF MAIZE SEEDLINGS ON VEGETATIVE AND EARLY REPRODUCTIVE DEVELOPMENT OF THE SHOOTS (VOL 14, PG 193, 1994)

      Plant growth regulation
    54. JACKSON MB; YAKEL JL
      THE 5-HT3 RECEPTOR-CHANNEL

      Annual review of physiology
    55. LEE HJ; ZHANG HG; JACKSON MB; FFRENCHCONSTANT RH
      BINDING AND PHYSIOLOGY OF 4'-ETHYNYL-4-N-PROPYLBICYCLOORTHOBENZOATE (EBOB) IN CYCLODIENE-RESISTANT DROSOPHILA

      Pesticide biochemistry and physiology
    56. ENGLISH PJ; LYCETT GW; ROBERTS JA; JACKSON MB
      INCREASED 1-AMINOCYCLOPROPANE-1-CARBOXYLIC ACID OXIDASE ACTIVITY IN SHOOTS OF FLOODED TOMATO PLANTS RAISES ETHYLENE PRODUCTION TO PHYSIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE LEVELS

      Plant physiology
    57. ELSE MA; DAVIES WJ; MALONE M; JACKSON MB
      A NEGATIVE HYDRAULIC MESSAGE FROM OXYGEN-DEFICIENT ROOTS OF TOMATO PLANTS - INFLUENCE OF SOIL FLOODING ON LEAF WATER POTENTIAL, LED EXPANSION, AND SYNCHRONY BETWEEN STOMATAL CONDUCTANCE AND ROOT HYDRAULIC CONDUCTIVITY

      Plant physiology
    58. ELSE MA; HALL KC; ARNOLD GM; DAVIES WJ; JACKSON MB
      EXPORT OF ABSCISIC-ACID, 1-AMINOCYCLOPROPANE-1-CARBOXYLIC ACID, PHOSPHATE, AND NITRATE FROM ROOTS TO SHOOTS OF FLOODED TOMATO PLANTS - ACCOUNTING FOR EFFECTS OF XYLEM SAP FLOW-RATE ON CONCENTRATION AND DELIVERY

      Plant physiology
    59. ZHANG HG; LEE HJ; ROCHELEAU T; FFRENCHCONSTANT RH; JACKSON MB
      SUBUNIT COMPOSITION DETERMINES PICROTOXIN AND BICUCULLINE SENSITIVITYOF DROSOPHILA GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC-ACID RECEPTORS

      Molecular pharmacology
    60. ZHANG SLJ; JACKSON MB
      GABA(A) RECEPTOR ACTIVATION AND THE EXCITABILITY OF NERVE-TERMINALS IN THE RAT POSTERIOR PITUITARY

      Journal of physiology
    61. JACKSON MB; ZHANG SLJ
      ACTION-POTENTIAL PROPAGATION AND PROPAGATION BLOCK BY GABA IN RAT POSTERIOR PITUITARY NERVE-TERMINALS

      Journal of physiology
    62. ZHANG SJ; JACKSON MB
      PROPERTIES OF THE GABA(A) RECEPTOR OF RAT POSTERIOR PITUITARY NERVE-TERMINALS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    63. JACKSON MB
      SINGLE-CHANNEL CURRENTS IN THE NICOTINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR - A DIRECT DEMONSTRATION OF ALLOSTERIC TRANSITIONS

      Trends in biochemical sciences
    64. ZHANG SJ; JACKSON MB
      NEUROACTIVE STEROIDS MODULATE GABA(A) RECEPTORS IN PEPTIDERGIC NERVE-TERMINALS

      Journal of neuroendocrinology
    65. JACKSON MB
      HORMONE ACTION AND PLANT ADAPTATIONS TO POOR AERATION

      Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. Section B: Biological sciences
    66. PINTHUS MJ; JACKSON MB
      EFFECTS OF ACC (1-AMINOCYCLOPROPANE-1-CARBOXYLIC ACID) APPLIED THROUGH THE ROOTS OF MAIZE SEEDLINGS ON VEGETATIVE AND EARLY REPRODUCTIVE DEVELOPMENT OF THE SHOOTS

      Plant growth regulation
    67. ARMSTRONG W; BRANDLE R; JACKSON MB
      MECHANISMS OF FLOOD TOLERANCE IN PLANTS

      Acta botanica neerlandica
    68. JACKSON MB; ATTWOOD PA; BRAILSFORD RW; COUPLAND D; ELSE MA; ENGLISH PJ; SUMMERS JE
      HORMONES AND ROOT-SHOOT RELATIONSHIPS IN FLOODED PLANTS - AN ANALYSISOF METHODS AND RESULTS

      Plant and soil
    69. ZHANG HG; FFRENCHCONSTANT RH; JACKSON MB
      A UNIQUE AMINO-ACID OF THE DROSOPHILA GABA RECEPTOR WITH INFLUENCE ONDRUG-SENSITIVITY BY 2 MECHANISMS

      Journal of physiology
    70. BIELEFELDT K; JACKSON MB
      PHOSPHORYLATION AND DEPHOSPHORYLATION MODULATE A CA2-ACTIVATED K+ CHANNEL IN RAT PEPTIDERGIC NERVE-TERMINALS()

      Journal of physiology
    71. STRECKER GJ; JACKSON MB; DUDEK FE
      BLOCKADE OF NMDA-ACTIVATED CHANNELS BY MAGNESIUM IN THE IMMATURE RAT HIPPOCAMPUS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    72. SUMMERS JE; JACKSON MB
      ANAEROBIC CONDITIONS STRONGLY PROMOTE EXTENSION BY STEMS OF OVERWINTERING TUBERS OF POTAMOGETON-PECTINATUS L

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    73. ELSE MA; DAVIES WJ; WHITFORD PN; HALL KC; JACKSON MB
      CONCENTRATIONS OF ABSCISIC-ACID AND OTHER SOLUTES IN XYLEM SAP FROM ROOT SYSTEMS OF TOMATO AND CASTOR-OIL PLANTS ARE DISTORTED BY WOUNDING AND VARIABLE SAP FLOW-RATES

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    74. BIELEFELDT K; JACKSON MB
      INTRAMOLECULAR AND INTERMOLECULAR ENZYMATIC MODULATION OF ION CHANNELS IN EXCISED MEMBRANE PATCHES

      Biophysical journal
    75. JACKSON MB
      GABA-GATED CHLORIDE CHANNELS IN NERVE - SEX, DRUGS, AND MOLECULAR-BIOLOGY

      Biophysical journal
    76. JACKSON MB; LAMMIKEEFE CJ; JENSEN RG; COUCH SC; FERRIS AM
      TOTAL LIPID AND FATTY-ACID COMPOSITION OF MILK FROM WOMEN WITH AND WITHOUT INSULIN-DEPENDENT DIABETES-MELLITUS

      The American journal of clinical nutrition
    77. JACKSON MB
      ROOT-TO-SHOOT COMMUNICATION IN FLOODED PLANTS - INVOLVEMENT OF ABSCISIC-ACID, ETHYLENE, AND 1-AMINOCYCLOPROPANE-1-CARBOXYIC ACID

      Agronomy journal
    78. BALUSKA F; BRAILSFORD RW; HAUSKRECHT M; JACKSON MB; BARLOW PW
      CELLULAR DIMORPHISM IN THE MAIZE ROOT CORTEX - INVOLVEMENT OF MICROTUBULES, ETHYLENE AND GIBBERELLIN IN THE DIFFERENTIATION OF CELLULAR BEHAVIOR IN POSTMITOTIC GROWTH ZONES

      Botanica acta
    79. ANDERSON NJ; BOLTO BA; ELDRIDGE RJ; JACKSON MB
      POLYAMPHOLYTES FOR WATER-TREATMENT WITH MAGNETIC PARTICLES

      Reactive polymers
    80. JACKSON MB; HALL KC
      POLYAMINE CONTENT AND ACTION IN ROOTS OF ZEA-MAYS L IN RELATION TO AERENCHYMA DEVELOPMENT

      Annals of botany
    81. WIEDENROTH EM; JACKSON MB
      DEPLETION OF OXYGEN IN ROOTS OF WHEAT AND MAIZE BY RESPIRATION FOLLOWING ENCASEMENT IN OLIVE OIL

      Annals of botany
    82. HALL KC; ELSE MA; JACKSON MB
      DETERMINATION OF 1-AMINOCYCLOPROPANE-1-CARBOXYLIC ACID (ACC) IN LEAF TISSUE AND XYLEM SAP USING CAPILLARY COLUMN GAS-CHROMATOGRAPHY AND A NITROGEN PHOSPHORUS DETECTOR

      Plant growth regulation
    83. BRAILSFORD RW; VOESENEK LACJ; BLOM CWPM; SMITH AR; HALL MA; JACKSON MB
      ENHANCED ETHYLENE PRODUCTION BY PRIMARY ROOTS OF ZEA-MAYS L IN RESPONSE TO SUB-AMBIENT PARTIAL PRESSURES OF OXYGEN

      Plant, cell and environment
    84. BIELEFELDT K; JACKSON MB
      A CALCIUM-ACTIVATED POTASSIUM CHANNEL CAUSES FREQUENCY-DEPENDENT ACTION-POTENTIAL FAILURES IN A MAMMALIAN NERVE-TERMINAL

      Journal of neurophysiology
    85. JACKSON MB
      ON THE TIME-SCALE AND TIME-COURSE OF PROTEIN CONFORMATIONAL-CHANGES

      The Journal of chemical physics
    86. JACKSON MB; EDMOND LN; VARLEY RJ; WARDEN PG
      TOUGHENING EPOXY-RESINS WITH POLYEPICHLOROHYDRIN

      Journal of applied polymer science
    87. LEE HJ; ROCHELEAU T; ZHANG HG; JACKSON MB; FFRENCHCONSTANT RH
      EXPRESSION OF A DROSOPHILA GABA RECEPTOR IN A BACULOVIRUS-INSECT CELLSYSTEM - FUNCTIONAL EXPRESSION OF INSECTICIDE SUSCEPTIBLE AND RESISTANT GABA RECEPTORS FROM THE CYCLODIENE RESISTANCE GENE RDL

      FEBS letters


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