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    1. Ralevic, V; Kendall, DA; Jerman, JC; Davis, JB; Middlemiss, DN; Smart, D
      Low pH modulation of recombinant vanilloid receptors and perivascular capsaicin-sensitive sensory neurotransmission

      AUTONOMIC NEUROSCIENCE-BASIC & CLINICAL
    2. Kim, J; Rusch, S; Luirink, J; Kendall, DA
      Is Ffh required for export of secretory proteins?

      FEBS LETTERS
    3. Ralevic, V; Kendall, DA; Jerman, JC; Middlemiss, DN; Smart, D
      Cannabinoid activation of recombinant and endogenous vanilloid receptors

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    4. Ralevic, V; Kendall, DA
      Cannabinoid inhibition of capsaicin-sensitive sensory neurotransmission inthe rat mesenteric arterial bed

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    5. Millns, PJ; Chapman, V; Kendall, DA
      Cannabinoid inhibition of the capsaicin-induced calcium response in rat dorsal root ganglion neurones

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    6. Kim, J; Miller, A; Wang, LG; Muller, JP; Kendall, DA
      Evidence that SecB enhances the activity of SecA

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    7. Kim, J; Kendall, DA
      Sec-dependent protein export and the involvement of the molecular chaperone SecB

      CELL STRESS & CHAPERONES
    8. Drew, LJ; Harris, J; Millns, PJ; Kendall, DA; Chapman, V
      Activation of spinal cannabinoid (1) receptors inhibits C-fibre driven hyperexcitable neuronal responses and increases [S-35]GTP gamma S binding in the dorsal horn of the spinal cord of noninflamed and inflamed rats

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    9. Cheer, JF; Marsden, CA; Kendall, DA; Mason, R
      Lack of response suppression follows repeated ventral tegmental cannabinoid administration: An in vitro electrophysiological study

      NEUROSCIENCE
    10. Bundey, RA; Jones, PG; Kendall, DA
      An investigation of noradrenaline uptake and release by the CATH.a cell line

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    11. Wang, LG; Miller, A; Kendall, DA
      Signal peptide determinants of SecA binding and stimulation of ATPase activity

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    12. Kim, J; Luirink, J; Kendall, DA
      SecB dependence of an exported protein is a continuum influenced by the characteristics of the signal peptide or early mature region

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    13. Harris, D; Martin, PEM; Evans, WH; Kendall, DA; Griffith, TM; Randall, MD
      Role of gap junctions in endothelium-derived hyperpolarizing factor responses and mechanisms of K+-relaxation

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    14. Ralevic, V; Kendall, DA; Randall, MD; Zygmunt, PM; Movahed, P; Hogestatt, ED
      Vanilloid receptors on capsaicin-sensitive sensory nerves mediate relaxation to methanandamide in the rat isolated mesenteric arterial bed and small mesenteric arteries

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    15. Cheer, JF; Kendall, DA; Marsden, CA
      Cannabinoid receptors and reward in the rat: a conditioned place preference study

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    16. Kenny, LC; Baker, PN; Randall, MD; Kendall, DA; Dunn, WR
      Endothelium-dependent relaxation in myometrial resistance arteries from normal pregnant women is independent of nitric oxide and prostanoids.

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY
    17. Cheer, JF; Cadogan, AK; Marsden, CA; Fone, KCF; Kendall, DA
      Modification of 5-HT2 receptor mediated behaviour in the rat by oleamide and the role of cannabinoid receptors

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    18. Bundey, RA; Kendall, DA
      Inhibition of receptor-mediated calcium responses by corticotrophin-releasing hormone in the CATH.a cell line

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    19. Harris, D; Kendall, DA; Randall, MD
      Characterization of cannabinoid receptors coupled to vasorelaxation by endothelium-derived hyperpolarizing factor

      NAUNYN-SCHMIEDEBERGS ARCHIVES OF PHARMACOLOGY
    20. Chin, CN; Murphy, JW; Huffman, JW; Kendall, DA
      The third transmembrane helix of the cannabinoid receptor plays a role in the selectivity of aminoalkylindoles for CB2, peripheral cannabinoid receptor

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    21. Abadji, V; Lucas-Lenard, JM; Chin, CN; Kendall, DA
      Involvement of the carboxyl terminus of the third intracellular loop of the cannabinoid CB1 receptor in constitutive activation of G(s)

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    22. McMurry, JL; Kendall, DA
      An artificial transmembrane segment directs SecA, SecB, and electrochemical potential-dependent translocation of a long amino-terminal tail

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    23. Roberts, RE; Kendall, DA; Wilson, VG
      alpha(2)-Adrenoceptor and NPY receptor-mediated contractions of porcine isolated blood vessels: evidence for involvement of the vascular endothelium

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    24. Clemett, DA; Kendall, DA; Cockett, MI; Marsden, CA; Fone, KCF
      Pindolol-insensitive [H-3]-5-hydroxytryptamine binding in the rat hypothalamus; identity with 5-hydroxytryptamine(7) receptors

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    25. Roberts, RE; Kendall, DA; Wilson, VG
      A study of NPY-mediated contractions of the porcine isolated ear artery

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    26. KENDALL DA; WILTSHIRE CW
      LIFE-CYCLES AND ECOLOGY OF WILLOW BEETLES ON SALIX-VIMINALIS IN ENGLAND

      European journal of forest pathology
    27. HALL FS; WILKINSON LS; HUMBY T; INGLIS W; KENDALL DA; MARSDEN CA; ROBBINS TW
      ISOLATION REARING IN RATS - PRESYNAPTIC AND POSTSYNAPTIC CHANGES IN STRIATAL DOPAMINERGIC SYSTEMS

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    28. CHIN CN; LUCASLENARD J; ABADJI V; KENDALL DA
      LIGAND-BINDING AND MODULATION OF CYCLIC-AMP LEVELS DEPEND ON THE CHEMICAL NATURE OF RESIDUE-192 OF THE HUMAN CANNABINOID RECEPTOR-1

      Journal of neurochemistry
    29. MILLER A; WANG LG; KENDALL DA
      COMMUNICATION - SYNTHETIC SIGNAL PEPTIDES SPECIFICALLY RECOGNIZE SECAAND STIMULATE ATPASE ACTIVITY IN THE ABSENCE OF PREPROTEIN

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    30. KIM J; KENDALL DA
      IDENTIFICATION OF A SEQUENCE MOTIF THAT CONFERS SECB DEPENDENCE ON A SECB-INDEPENDENT SECRETORY PROTEIN IN-VIVO

      Journal of bacteriology
    31. RANDALL MD; KENDALL DA
      ANANDAMIDE AND ENDOTHELIUM-DERIVED HYPERPOLARIZING FACTOR ACT VIA A COMMON VASORELAXANT MECHANISM IN RAT MESENTERY

      European journal of pharmacology
    32. ROBERTS RE; TOMLINSON AE; KENDALL DA; WILSON VG
      ALPHA(2)-ADRENOCEPTOR-MEDIATED CONTRACTIONS OF THE PORCINE ISOLATED EAR ARTERY - EVIDENCE FOR A CYCLIC-AMP-DEPENDENT AND A CYCLIC AMP-INDEPENDENT MECHANISM

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    33. WALTON SL; ALEXANDER SPH; BOYD EA; MILLNS PJ; WASHINGTON C; KENDALL DA
      EFFECTS OF A SOYBEAN OIL-EMULSIFIED PREPARATION OF ANANDAMIDE AT CANNABINOID RECEPTORS IN ISOLATED PREPARATIONS FROM THE GUINEA-PIG

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    34. CADOGAN AK; FLETCHER C; DEBANK P; MARSDEN CA; KENDALL DA
      DIFFERENCES IN THE IN-VIVO AND IN-VITRO EFFECTS OF THE ENDOGENOUS SLEEP-INDUCING AGENT OLEAMIDE ON 5-HT2 RECEPTOR FUNCTION

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    35. RANDALL MD; KENDALL DA
      EVIDENCE FOR THE INVOLVEMENT OF POTASSIUM CHANNELS IN ANANDAMIDE-INDUCED AND EDHF-MEDIATED VASORELAXATIONS IN RAT ISOLATED MESENTERY

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    36. EGLEN RM; HUDSON AL; KENDALL DA; NUTT DJ; MORGAN NG; WILSON VG; DILLON MP
      SEEING THROUGH A GLASS DARKLY - CASTING LIGHT ON IMIDAZOLINE I-SITES

      Trends in pharmacological sciences
    37. RANDALL MD; KENDALL DA
      ENDOCANNABINOIDS - A NEW CLASS OF VASOACTIVE SUBSTANCES

      Trends in pharmacological sciences
    38. THONGSAARD W; KENDALL DA; BENNETT GW; MARSDEN CA
      A SIMPLE METHOD FOR MEASURING DOPAMINE RELEASE FROM RAT-BRAIN SLICES

      Journal of pharmacological and toxicological methods
    39. VALENT QA; DEGIER JWL; VONHEIJNE G; KENDALL DA; TENHAGENJONGMAN CM; OUDEGA B; LUIRINK J
      NASCENT MEMBRANE AND PRESECRETORY PROTEINS SYNTHESIZED IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI ASSOCIATE WITH SIGNAL RECOGNITION PARTICLE AND TRIGGER FACTOR

      Molecular microbiology
    40. CADOGAN AK; ALEXANDER SPH; BOYD EA; KENDALL DA
      INFLUENCE OF CANNABINOIDS ON ELECTRICALLY-EVOKED DOPAMINE RELEASE ANDCYCLIC-AMP GENERATION IN THE RAT STRIATUM

      Journal of neurochemistry
    41. ROBERTS RE; MARSDEN CA; KENDALL DA
      STUDIES OF INOSITOL PHOSPHATE EXPORT FROM NEURONAL TISSUE IN-VITRO

      Journal of neurochemistry
    42. NEIL KE; HERNANDEZ F; KENDALL DA; ALEXANDER SPH
      HETEROGENEITY OF BETA-ADRENOCEPTORS IN GUINEA-PIG BRAIN - RADIOLIGANDBINDING AND CYCLIC-NUCLEOTIDE GENERATION

      Journal of neurochemistry
    43. BUNDEY RA; IREDALE PA; KENDALL DA
      CORTICOSTEROID MODULATION OF SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION IN THE CATH.A CELL-LINE

      Journal of neurochemistry
    44. RANDALL MD; KENDALL DA
      INVOLVEMENT OF A CANNABINOID IN ENDOTHELIUM-DERIVED HYPERPOLARIZING FACTOR-MEDIATED CORONARY VASORELAXATION

      European journal of pharmacology
    45. RANDALL MD; MCCULLOCH AI; KENDALL DA
      COMPARATIVE PHARMACOLOGY OF ENDOTHELIUM-DERIVED HYPERPOLARIZING FACTOR AND ANANDAMIDE IN RAT ISOLATED MESENTERY

      European journal of pharmacology
    46. THONGSAARD W; PONGSAKORN S; SUDSUANG R; BENNETT GW; KENDALL DA; MARSDEN CA
      BARAKOL, A NATURAL ANXIOLYTIC, INHIBITS STRIATAL DOPAMINE RELEASE BUTNOT UPTAKE IN-VITRO

      European journal of pharmacology
    47. BUNDEY RA; JONES P; KENDALL DA
      TRANSFECTION OF THE NORADRENALINE TRANSPORTER INTO THE CATH.A CELL-LINE

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    48. NEIL KE; HERNANDEZ F; KENDALL DA; ALEXANDER SPH
      DIFFERENTIATION OF KCL-EVOKED, NMDA-EVOKED AND GLUTAMATE-EVOKED CGMP ACCUMULATIONS IN THE GUINEA-PIG CEREBELLUM

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    49. KULKARNI RS; ROE CH; KENDALL DA; ALEXANDER SPH
      EFFECTS OF L-SERINE-O-PHOSPHATE ON DOPAMINE OVERFLOW IN RAT STRIATUM IN-VIVO AND IN-VITRO

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    50. BUNDEY RA; KENDALL DA
      SELECTIVE-INHIBITION OF THE CARBACHOL-INDUCED CALCIUM RESPONSE BY CRFIN THE CATH.A CELL-LINE

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    51. RANDALL MD; KENDALL DA
      THE INVOLVEMENT OF AN ENDOCANNABINOID IN EDHF-MEDIATED VASORELAXATIONIN THE RAT ISOLATED-PERFUSED HEART

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    52. RANDALL MD; MCCULLOCH AI; KENDALL DA
      COMPARATIVE PHARMACOLOGY OF EDHF-MEDIATED AND ANANDAMIDE-INDUCED VASORELAXATION IN THE RAT ISOLATED SUPERIOR MESENTERIC ARTERIAL BED

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    53. ROBERTS RE; KENDALL DA; WILSON VG
      EFFECT OF 7-NITROINDAZOLE ON ENDOTHELIUM-DEPENDENT RESPONSES IN THE RAT MESENTERY IN THE PRESENCE AND ABSENCE OF ALLOPURINOL

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    54. ROBERTS RE; MARSDEN CA; KENDALL DA
      EFFLUX OF INOSITOL PHOSPHATES FROM NEURONAL TISSUES IN-VITRO

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    55. THONGSAARD W; KENDALL DA; BENNETT GW; MARSDEN CA
      A SIMPLE METHOD FOR MEASURING ENDOGENOUS AND RADIOLABELED DOPAMINE RELEASE FROM RAT STRIATAL SLICES

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    56. CLEMETT DA; KENDALL DA; MARSDEN CA; COCKETT MI; FONE KCF
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF CHRONIC CLOZAPINE AND HALOPERIDOL ON 5-HT2C AND 5-HT7 RECEPTOR LEVELS IN THE RAT-BRAIN

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    57. NEIL KE; KENDALL DA; ALEXANDER SPH
      POTENTIATION OF SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE-STIMULATED CYCLIC-GMP FORMATION IN NG108-15 CELLS IN THE PRESENCE OF CYCLIC-AMP STIMULI

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    58. BOYD EA; ALEXANDER SPH; KENDALL DA; LOH VM
      DHPMP - A NOVEL GROUP-I SPECIFIC METABOTROPIC GLUTAMATE-RECEPTOR AGONIST

      Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry letters
    59. KENDALL DA
      CLASSIFICATION OF ALPHA(2)-ADRENOCEPTORS

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    60. KENDALL DA; GEORGE S; SMITH BD
      OCCURRENCE OF BARLEY YELLOW DWARF VIRUSES IN SOME COMMON GRASSES (GRAMINEAE) IN SOUTH-WEST ENGLAND

      Plant Pathology
    61. IZARD JW; RUSCH SL; KENDALL DA
      THE AMINO-TERMINAL CHARGE AND CORE REGION HYDROPHOBICITY INTERDEPENDENTLY CONTRIBUTE TO THE FUNCTION OF SIGNAL SEQUENCES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    62. CHEN HF; KIM J; KENDALL DA
      COMPETITION BETWEEN FUNCTIONAL SIGNAL PEPTIDES DEMONSTRATES VARIATIONIN AFFINITY FOR THE SECRETION PATHWAY

      Journal of bacteriology
    63. ALEXANDER SPH; BOYD EA; LOH V; KENDALL DA
      2ND-MESSENGER RESPONSES OF THE RIGID GLUTAMATE ANALOGS (RS)-DHPG AND (RS)-DHBAP IN GUINEA-PIG CEREBRAL-CORTEX SLICES

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    64. CADOGAN AK; BOYD EA; ALEXANDER SPH; KENDALL DA
      INFLUENCE OF CANNABINOIDS ON DOPAMINE RELEASE AND CAMP GENERATION IN THE RAT STRIATUM

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    65. BLAYLOCK NA; ALLFREE JM; KENDALL DA; WRIGHT IK; WILSON VG
      PRELIMINARY EVIDENCE FOR THE ALPHA(1B)-ADRENOCEPTOR AND ALPHA(2A)-ADRENOCEPTOR BINDING-SITES ON THE PORCINE ISOLATED THORACIC AORTA

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    66. ROBERTS RE; CADOGAN AK; MARSDEN CA; KENDALL DA
      STUDIES OF INOSITOL 1,4,5-TRISPHOSPHATE EXPORT IN-VIVO AND IN-VITRO

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    67. NEIL KE; CADOGAN AK; KENDALL DA; ALEXANDER SPH
      DEVELOPMENTAL PROFILE OF IBMX-SENSITIVE CYCLIC-GMP ACCUMULATION IN THE RAT CEREBELLUM

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    68. NEIL KE; KENDALL DA; ALEXANDER SPH
      COUPLING OF METABOTROPIC GLUTAMATE RECEPTORS TO PHOSPHOINOSITIDE MOBILIZATION AND INHIBITION OF CYCLIC-AMP GENERATION IN THE GUINEA-PIG CEREBELLUM

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    69. NEIL KE; ALEXANDER SPH; KENDALL DA
      BINDING OF THE BETA-ADRENOCEPTOR ANTAGONIST RADIOLIGAND [125(I)]-IODOCYANOPINDOLOL TO PARTICULATE PREPARATIONS FROM THE GUINEA-PIG CEREBRAL-CORTEX AND CEREBELLUM

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    70. BUNDEY RA; IREDALE PA; DUMAN RS; KENDALL DA
      DEXAMETHASONE MODULATION OF 2ND-MESSENGER RESPONSES IN A LOCUS COERULEUS-LIKE CELL-LINE

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    71. NEIL KE; HERNANDEZ F; KENDALL DA; ALEXANDER SPH
      THE EFFECTS OF THE ISOENZYME-SELECTIVE PHOSPHODIESTERASE INHIBITORS, ROLIPRAM AND ZAPRINAST, ON CYCLIC-NUCLEOTIDE LEVELS IN THE GUINEA-PIG CEREBELLUM

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    72. CADOGAN AK; LATIF ML; ALEXANDER SPH; KENDALL DA
      EVIDENCE THAT CANNABINOIDS HAVE NO EFFECT ON ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE INTHE RAT CEREBRAL-CORTEX

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    73. RANDALL MD; ALEXANDER SPH; BENNETT T; BOYD EA; FRY JR; GARDINER SM; KEMP PA; MCCULLOCH AI; KENDALL DA
      AN ENDOGENOUS CANNABINOID AS AN ENDOTHELIUM-DERIVED VASORELAXANT

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    74. KENDALL DA; HUNTER T; ARNOLD GM; LIGGITT J; MORRIS T; WILTSHIRE CW
      SUSCEPTIBILITY OF WILLOW-CLONES (SALIX SPP) TO HERBIVORY BY PHYLLODECTA-VULGATISSIMA (L) AND GALERUCELLA-LINEOLA (FAB) (COLEOPTERA, CHRYSOMELIDAE)

      Annals of Applied Biology
    75. RUSCH SL; KENDALL DA
      PROTEIN-TRANSPORT VIA AMINO-TERMINAL TARGETING SEQUENCES - COMMON THEMES IN DIVERSE SYSTEMS

      Molecular membrane biology
    76. IZARD JW; DOUGHTY MB; KENDALL DA
      PHYSICAL-PROPERTIES OF SYNTHETIC IDEALIZED SIGNAL SEQUENCES PARALLEL THEIR BIOLOGICAL FUNCTION

      The FASEB journal
    77. PATKAR AA; NAIK PC; MARSDEN CA; MCLEAN PC; KENDALL DA; ALCHALABI T
      [H-3] IMIPRAMINE BINDING IN TYPE-I AND TYPE-II ALCOHOLISM

      Human psychopharmacology
    78. VALENT QA; KENDALL DA; HIGH S; KUSTERS R; OUDEGA B; LUIRINK J
      EARLY EVENTS IN PREPROTEIN RECOGNITION IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI - INTERACTION OF SRP AND TRIGGER FACTOR WITH NASCENT POLYPEPTIDES

      EMBO journal
    79. WRIGHT IK; KENDALL DA; WILSON VG
      ALPHA(2)-ADRENOCEPTOR MEDIATED INHIBITION OF FORSKOLIN-STIMULATED CYCLIC-AMP ACCUMULATION IN ISOLATED PORCINE PALMAR LATERAL VEINS

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    80. PINTHONG D; WRIGHT IK; HANMER C; MILLNS P; MASON R; KENDALL DA; WILSON VG
      AGMATINE RECOGNIZES ALPHA(2)-ADRENOCEPTOR BINDING-SITES BUT NEITHER ACTIVATES NOR INHIBITS ALPHA(2)-ADRENOCEPTORS

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    81. SINGH G; HUSSAIN JF; MACKINNON A; BROWN CM; KENDALL DA; WILSON VG
      EVIDENCE FOR THE PRESENCE OF A NON-CATECHOLAMINE, CLONIDINE-DISPLACING SUBSTANCE IN CRUDE, METHANOLIC EXTRACTS OF BOVINE BRAIN AND LUNG

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    82. WRIGHT IK; BLAYLOCK NA; STARK G; KENDALL DA; WILSON VG
      NEUROPEPTIDE Y-INDUCED MODULATION OF CYCLIC ADENOSINE-MONOPHOSPHATE AND CONTRACTILE RESPONSES IN PORCINE ISOLATED BLOOD-VESSELS

      Journal of physiology
    83. CHEN HF; KENDALL DA
      ARTIFICIAL TRANSMEMBRANE SEGMENTS - REQUIREMENTS FOR STOP TRANSFER AND POLYPEPTIDE ORIENTATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    84. BUNDEY RA; IREDALE PA; KENDALL DA
      CHARACTERIZATION OF CYCLIC-AMP RESPONSES IN A LOCUS COERULEUS-LIKE CELL-LINE

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    85. WALLACE KE; HERNANDEZ F; KENDALL DA; ALEXANDER SPH
      THE EFFECTS OF ISOPRENALINE ON CYCLIC-NUCLEOTIDE LEVELS IN THE GUINEA-PIG BRAIN

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    86. BLAYLOCK NA; KENDALL DA; WRIGHT IK; WILSON VG
      EVIDENCE FOR ALPHA(2)-ADRENOCEPTOR-MEDIATED INHIBITION OF FORSKOLIN-STIMULATED CYCLIC-AMP IN THE PORCINE ISOLATED THORACIC AORTA

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    87. PINTHONG D; WILSON VG; KENDALL DA
      COMPARISON OF THE INTERACTION OF AGMATINE AND CRUDE METHANOLIC EXTRACTS FROM BOVINE LUNG AT ALPHA(2)-ADRENOCEPTORS ON GUINEA-PIG CORTEX SLICES

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    88. PINTHONG D; HUSSAIN JF; KENDALL DA; WILSON VG
      COMPARISON OF THE INTERACTION OF AGMATINE AND CRUDE METHANOLIC EXTRACTS OF BOVINE LUNG AND BRAIN WITH ALPHA(2)-ADRENOCEPTOR BINDING-SITES

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    89. WALLACE KE; KENDALL DA; ALEXANDER SPH
      EFFECTS OF METABOTROPIC GLUTAMATE-RECEPTOR AGONISTS ON 2ND-MESSENGER RESPONSES IN THE CEREBELLUM

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    90. WRIGHT IK; BLAYLOCK NA; KENDALL DA; WILSON VG
      THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DENSITY OF ALPHA-ADRENOCEPTOR BINDING-SITES AND CONTRACTILE RESPONSES IN SEVERAL PORCINE ISOLATED BLOOD-VESSELS

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    91. WRIGHT IK; HARLING R; KENDALL DA; WILSON VG
      EXAMINATION OF THE ROLE OF INHIBITION OF CYCLIC-AMP IN ALPHA(2)-ADRENOCEPTOR MEDIATED CONTRACTIONS OF THE PORCINE ISOLATED PALMAR LATERAL VEIN

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    92. KENDALL DA; MILLNS PJ; FIRTH JL
      THE EFFECTS OF METABOTROPIC GLUTAMATE-RECEPTOR ACTIVATION ON 2ND MESSENGER FORMATION IN HUMAN BRAIN

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    93. IZARD JW; DOUGHTY MB; KENDALL DA
      PHYSICAL AND CONFORMATIONAL PROPERTIES OF SYNTHETIC IDEALIZED SIGNAL SEQUENCES PARALLEL THEIR BIOLOGICAL FUNCTION

      Biochemistry
    94. CADOGAN AK; KENDALL DA; FINK H; MARSDEN CA
      SOCIAL-INTERACTION INCREASES 5-HT RELEASE AND CAMP EFFLUX IN THE RAT VENTRAL HIPPOCAMPUS IN-VIVO

      Behavioural pharmacology
    95. IZARD JW; KENDALL DA
      SIGNAL PEPTIDES - EXQUISITELY DESIGNED TRANSPORT PROMOTERS

      Molecular microbiology
    96. RUSCH SL; CHEN HF; IZARD JW; KENDALL DA
      SIGNAL PEPTIDE HYDROPHOBICITY IS FINELY TAILORED FOR FUNCTION

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    97. HERNANDEZ F; ALEXANDER SPH; KENDALL DA
      FORSKOLIN AND 3-ISOBUTYL-1-METHYLXANTHINE INCREASE BASAL AND SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE-ELEVATED CYCLIC-GMP LEVELS IN ADULT GUINEA-PIG CEREBELLARSLICES

      Journal of neurochemistry
    98. CADOGAN AK; KENDALL DA; MARSDEN CA
      SEROTONIN 5-HT1A RECEPTOR ACTIVATION INCREASES CYCLIC-AMP FORMATION IN THE RAT HIPPOCAMPUS IN-VIVO

      Journal of neurochemistry
    99. JAIN RG; RUSCH SL; KENDALL DA
      SIGNAL PEPTIDE CLEAVAGE REGIONS - FUNCTIONAL LIMITS ON LENGTH AND TOPOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    100. RUSCH SL; KENDALL DA
      TRANSPORT OF AN EXPORT-DEFECTIVE PROTEIN BY A HIGHLY HYDROPHOBIC SIGNAL PEPTIDE

      The Journal of biological chemistry


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