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    1. Hervieu, GJ; Cluderay, JE; Gray, CW; Green, PJ; Ranson, JL; Randall, AD; Meadows, HJ
      Distribution and expression of trek-1, a two-pore-domain potassium channel, in the adult rat CNS

      NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Gunthorpe, NJ; Smith, GD; Davis, JB; Randall, AD
      Characterisation of a human acid-sensing ion channel (hASIC1a) endogenously expressed in HEK293 cells

      PFLUGERS ARCHIV-EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
    3. Meadows, HJ; Randall, AD
      Functional characterisation of human TASK-3, an acid-sensitive two-pore domain potassium channel

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    4. Green, PJ; Warre, R; Hayes, PD; McNaughton, NCL; Medhurst, AD; Pangalos, M; Duckworth, DM; Randall, AD
      Kinetic modification of the alpha(1I) subunit-mediated T-type Ca2+ channelby a human neuronal Ca2+ channel gamma subunit

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    5. Mellor, JR; Randall, AD
      Synaptically released neurotransmitter fails to desensitize postsynaptic GABA(A) receptors in cerebellar cultures

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    6. Smart, D; Jerman, JC; Gunthorpe, MJ; Brough, SJ; Ranson, J; Cairns, W; Hayes, PD; Randall, AD; Davis, JB
      Characterisation using FLIPR of human vanilloid VR1 receptor pharmacology

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    7. Watson, J; Roberts, C; Scott, C; Kendall, I; Collin, L; Day, NC; Harries, MH; Soffin, E; Davies, CH; Randall, AD; Heightman, T; Gaster, L; Wyman, P; Parker, C; Price, GW; Middlemiss, DN
      SB-272183, a selective 5-HT1A, 5-HT1B and 5-HT1D receptor antagonist in native tissue

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    8. Caputi, L; Hainsworth, AH; Lavaroni, F; Leach, MJ; McNaughton, NCL; Mercuri, NB; Randall, AD; Spadoni, F; Swan, JH; Stefani, A
      Neuroprotective actions in vivo and electrophysiological actions in vitro of 202W92

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    9. Meadows, HJ; Chapman, CG; Duckworth, DM; Kelsell, RE; Murdock, PR; Nasir, S; Rennie, G; Randall, AD
      The neuroprotective agent sipatrigine (BW619C89) potently inhibits the human tandem pore-domain K+ channels TREK-1 and TRAAK

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    10. Hayes, P; Meadows, HJ; Gunthorpe, MJ; Harries, MH; Duckworth, DM; Cairns, W; Harrison, DC; Clarke, CE; Ellington, K; Prinjha, RK; Barton, AJL; Medhurst, AD; Smith, GD; Topp, S; Murdock, P; Sanger, GJ; Terrett, J; Jenkins, O; Benham, CD; Randall, AD; Gloger, IS; Davis, JB
      Cloning and functional expression of a human orthologue of rat vanilloid receptor-1

      PAIN
    11. Mellor, JR; Gunthorpe, MJ; Randall, AD
      The taurine uptake inhibitor guanidinoethyl sulphonate is an agonist at gamma-aminobutyric acid(A) receptors in cultured murine cerebellar granule cells

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    12. Chapman, CG; Meadows, HJ; Godden, RJ; Campbell, DA; Duckworth, M; Kelsell, RE; Murdock, PR; Randall, AD; Rennie, GI; Gloger, IS
      Cloning, localisation and functional expression of a novel human, cerebellum specific, two pore domain potassium channel

      MOLECULAR BRAIN RESEARCH
    13. Fearon, IM; Randall, AD; Perez-Reyes, E; Peers, C
      Modulation of recombinant T-type Ca2+ channels by hypoxia and glutathione

      PFLUGERS ARCHIV-EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
    14. Mellor, JR; Wisden, W; Randall, AD
      Somato-synaptic variation of GABA(A) receptors in cultured murine cerebellar granule cells: investigation of the role of the alpha 6 subunit

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    15. McNaughton, NCL; Hainsworth, AH; Green, PJ; Randall, AD
      Inhibition of recombinant low-voltage-activated Ca2+ channels by the neuroprotective agent BW619C89 (Sipatrigine)

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    16. Leao, RM; Mellor, JR; Randall, AD
      Tonic benzodiazepine-sensitive GABAergic inhibition in cultured rodent cerebellar granule cells

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    17. Smart, D; Gunthorpe, MJ; Jerman, JC; Nasir, S; Gray, J; Muir, AI; Chambers, JK; Randall, AD; Davis, JB
      The endogenous lipid anandamide is a full agonist at the human vanilloid receptor (hVR1)

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    18. McNaughton, NCL; White, C; Clark, B; Bath, C; Bleakman, D; Randall, AD
      Electrophysiological characterisation of the human N-type Ca2+ channel III: pH-dependent inhibition by a synthetic macrocyclic polyamine

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    19. FRISCHKNECHT F; RANDALL AD
      VOLTAGE-GATED AND LIGAND-GATED ION CHANNELS IN FLOOR PLATE NEUROEPITHELIA OF THE RAT

      Neuroscience
    20. MELLOR JR; MERLO D; JONES A; WISDEN W; RANDALL AD
      MOUSE CEREBELLAR GRANULE CELL-DIFFERENTIATION - ELECTRICAL-ACTIVITY REGULATES THE GABA(A) RECEPTOR ALPHA-6 SUBUNIT GENE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    21. WILLIAMSON AV; MELLOR JR; GRANT AL; RANDALL AD
      PROPERTIES OF GABA(A) RECEPTORS IN CULTURED RAT OLIGODENDROCYTE PROGENITOR CELLS

      Neuropharmacology
    22. MCNAUGHTON NCL; BLEAKMAN D; RANDALL AD
      ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF THE HUMAN N-TYPE CA2- ACTIVATION AND INACTIVATION BY PHYSIOLOGICAL PATTERNS OF ACTIVITY( CHANNEL II )

      Neuropharmacology
    23. MELLOR JR; RANDALL AD
      VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT DEACTIVATION AND DESENSITIZATION OF GABA RESPONSES IN CULTURED MURINE CEREBELLAR GRANULE CELLS

      Journal of physiology
    24. RANDALL AD
      THE MOLECULAR-BASIS OF VOLTAGE-GATED CA2- IS IT TIME FOR T( CHANNEL DIVERSITY )

      The Journal of membrane biology
    25. WILLIAMSON AV; COMPSTON DAS; RANDALL AD
      ANALYSIS OF THE ION-CHANNEL COMPLEMENT OF THE RAT OLIGODENDROCYTE PROGENITOR IN A COMMONLY STUDIED IN-VITRO PREPARATION

      European journal of neuroscience
    26. JONES A; KORPI ER; MCKERNAN RM; PELZ R; NUSSER Z; MAKELA R; MELLOR JR; POLLARD S; BAHN S; STEPHENSON FA; RANDALL AD; SIEGHART W; SOMOGYI P; SMITH AJH; WISDEN W
      LIGAND-GATED ION-CHANNEL SUBUNIT PARTNERSHIPS - GABA(A) RECEPTOR ALPHA(6) SUBUNIT GENE INACTIVATION INHIBITS DELTA-SUBUNIT EXPRESSION

      The Journal of neuroscience
    27. RANDALL AD; TSIEN RW
      CONTRASTING BIOPHYSICAL AND PHARMACOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF T-TYPE AND R-TYPE CALCIUM CHANNELS

      Neuropharmacology
    28. MCNAUGHTON NCL; RANDALL AD
      ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF THE HUMAN N-TYPE CA2+ CHANNEL .1. CHANNEL GATING IN CA2+, BA2+ AND SR2+ CONTAINING SOLUTIONS

      Neuropharmacology
    29. MCNAUGHTON NCL; LEACH MJ; HAINSWORTH AH; RANDALL AD
      INHIBITION OF HUMAN N-TYPE VOLTAGE-GATED CA2+ CHANNELS BY THE NEUROPROTECTIVE AGENT BW619C89

      Neuropharmacology
    30. MCNAUGHTON NCL; BLEAKMAN D; RANDALL AD
      UNUSUAL PERMEATION PROPERTIES IN RECOMBINANT CA2+ CHANNELS CONTAININGTHE HUMAN ALPHA(1E) SUBUNIT

      Journal of physiology
    31. MELLOR JR; JONES A; WISDEN W; RANDALL AD
      EFFECTS OF CULTURE CONDITIONS ON THE EXPRESSION OF THE GABA(A) RECEPTOR ALPHA-6 SUBUNIT GENE IN CEREBELLAR GRANULE CELLS IN-VITRO

      Journal of physiology
    32. MELLOR JR; RANDALL AD
      FREQUENCY-DEPENDENT ACTIONS OF BENZODIAZEPINES ON GABA(A) RECEPTORS IN CULTURED MURINE CEREBELLAR GRANULE CELLS

      Journal of physiology
    33. WEBB AV; MELLOR JR; GRANT A; RANDALL AD
      UNUSUAL LOW-AFFINITY BENZODIAZEPINE-INSENSITIVE GABA(A) RECEPTORS IN CULTURED RAT O-2A PROGENITOR CELLS

      Journal of physiology
    34. MCNAUGHTON NCL; BLEAKMAN D; RANDALL AD
      ASSESSING THE PHYSIOLOGICAL GENERATION OF INACTIVATION OF A HUMAN PRESYNAPTIC CA2+ CHANNEL

      Journal of physiology
    35. RANDALL AD; MCNAUGHTON NCL; AMOS WB
      2-PHOTON EXCITATION IMAGING OF LIVING MAMMALIAN TISSUE-SLICES AND CULTURED-CELLS IN-VITRO

      Journal of physiology
    36. MELLOR JR; RANDALL AD
      ZN2+ AND BENZODIAZEPINES ALTER DEACTIVATION OF GABA RESPONSES IN CULTURED MURINE CEREBELLAR GRANULE CELLS

      Journal of physiology
    37. MCNAUGHTON NCL; RANDALL AD
      ACTIVATION, INACTIVATION, DEACTIVATION AND PERMEATION OF THE RECOMBINANT HUMAN N-TYPE CA2-CONTAINING, BA2+-CONTAINING AND SR2+-CONTAINING EXTRACELLULAR SOLUTIONS( CHANNEL IN CA2+)

      Journal of physiology
    38. FRISCHKNECHT F; RANDALL AD
      IN-VITRO ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL RECORDINGS FROM CELLS OF THE FLOOR PLATE REGION OF THE NEWBORN RAT

      Journal of physiology
    39. HARDINGHAM N; RANDALL AD
      BIOPHYSICAL ANALYSIS OF THE INTERACTION OF RO-405967 WITH K-15 CELL-LINE( CHANNELS IN THE RAT NG108)

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    40. WEBB AV; COMPSTON DAS; RANDALL AD
      ON THE VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT ION-CHANNEL COMPLEMENT OF THE NEONATAL RAT O-2A PROGENITOR IN-VITRO

      Journal of physiology
    41. RANDALL AD
      A COMPARISON OF THE ACTIVATION OF RAT LOW-VOLTAGE AND HIGH-VOLTAGE ACTIVATED CA2-LIKE VOLTAGE TRANSITIONS IN-VITRO( CHANNELS BY ACTION POTENTIAL)

      Journal of physiology
    42. RANDALL AD
      ON THE BLOCKADE OF NEURONAL NA-405967( AND K+ CONDUCTANCES BY THE CA2+ CHANNEL ANTAGONIST RO)

      Journal of physiology
    43. CLARK KA; RANDALL AD; COLLINGRIDGE GL
      A COMPARISON OF PAIRED-PULSE FACILITATION OF AMPA AND NMDA RECEPTOR-MEDIATED EXCITATORY POSTSYNAPTIC CURRENTS IN THE HIPPOCAMPUS

      Experimental Brain Research
    44. ZHANG JF; RANDALL AD; ELLINOR PT; HORNE WA; SATHER WA; TANABE T; SCHWARZ TL; TSIEN RW
      DISTINCTIVE PHARMACOLOGY AND KINETICS OF CLONED NEURONAL CA2+ CHANNELS AND THEIR POSSIBLE COUNTERPARTS IN MAMMALIAN CNS NEURONS

      Neuropharmacology
    45. ELLINOR PT; ZHANG JF; RANDALL AD; ZHOU M; SCHWARZ TL; TSIEN RW; HORNE WA
      FUNCTIONAL EXPRESSION OF A RAPIDLY INACTIVATING NEURONAL CALCIUM-CHANNEL

      Nature
    46. RANDALL AD; DEISSEROTH K; TSIEN RW
      EXCITATORY AND INHIBITORY SYNAPTIC CONNECTIVITY BETWEEN CULTURED RAT CEREBELLAR GRANULE CELLS

      Journal of physiology
    47. RANDALL AD; TSIEN RW
      KINETIC-ANALYSIS OF EPSCS AND IPSCS RECORDED FROM CULTURED RAT CEREBELLAR GRANULE CELLS

      Journal of physiology


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