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    1. Celesia, GG
      Disorders of membrane channels or channelopathies

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    2. Hatta, K; Ankri, N; Faber, DS; Korn, H
      Slow inhibitory potentials in the teleost Mauthner cell

      NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Wood, SJ; Slater, CR
      Safety factor at the neuromuscular junction

      PROGRESS IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    4. Keller, AF; Coull, JA; Chery, N; Poisbeau, P; De Koninck, Y
      Region-specific developmental specialization of GABA-glycine cosynapses inlaminas I-II of the rat spinal dorsal horn

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    5. Swatton, JE; Morris, SA; Wissing, F; Taylor, CW
      Functional properties of Drosophila inositol trisphosphate receptors

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    6. Krivoi, II; Lopatina, EV; Kravtsova, VV
      Role of K+ channels and Na+, K+-ATPase in acetylcholine-induced hyperpolarization of skeletal muscle fibres

      BIOLOGICHESKIE MEMBRANY
    7. Giniatullin, RA; Talantova, MV; Vyskocil, F
      The role of desensitisation in decay time of miniature endplate currents in frogs Rana ridibunda and Rana temporaria

      NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    8. Fon, EA; Edwards, RH
      Molecular mechanisms of neurotransmitter release

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    9. Miralles, F
      Computer simulation of jitter phenomenon in neuromuscular transmission disorders

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    10. Csordas, G; Hajnoczky, G
      Sorting of calcium signals at the junctions of endoplasmic reticulum and mitochondria

      CELL CALCIUM
    11. Calupca, MA; Prior, C; Merriam, LA; Hendricks, GM; Parsons, RL
      Presynaptic function is altered in snake K+-depolarized motor nerve terminals containing compromised mitochondria

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    12. Morel, N; Dunant, Y; Israel, M
      Neurotransmitter release through the V0 sector of V-ATPase

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    13. Bukharaeva, E; Ipatova, T; Nikolsky, EE; Vyskocil, F
      The effect of carbachol and alpha-bungarotoxin on the frequency of miniature endplate potentials at the frog neuromuscular junction

      EXPERIMENTAL PHYSIOLOGY
    14. Mukhtarov, MR; Urazaev, AK; Nikolsky, EE; Vyskocil, F
      Effect of nitric oxide and NO synthase inhibition on nonquantal acetylcholine release in the rat diaphragm

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    15. Erickson, JD; Varoqui, H
      Molecular analysis of vesicular amine transporter function and targeting to secretory organelles

      FASEB JOURNAL
    16. Bloc, A; Bancila, V; Israel, M; Dunant, Y
      Reconstitution of mediatophore-supported quantal acetylcholine release

      METABOLIC BRAIN DISEASE
    17. Bukcharaeva, E; Samigullin, D; Nikolsky, EE; Vyskocil, F
      Cyclic AMP synchronizes evoked quantal release at frog neuromuscular junctions

      PHYSIOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    18. Ouanounou, G; Mattei, C; Meunier, FA; Kreger, AS; Molgo, J
      Trachynilysin, a protein neurotoxin isolated from stonefish (Synanceia trachynis) venom, increases spontaneous quantal acetylcholine release from Torpedo marmorata neuromuscular junctions

      CYBIUM
    19. Brailoiu, E; Miyamoto, MD
      Inositol trisphosphate and cyclic adenosine diphosphate-ribose increase quantal transmitter release at frog motor nerve terminals: Possible involvement of smooth endoplasmic reticulum

      NEUROSCIENCE
    20. Humeau, Y; Doussau, F; Grant, NJ; Poulain, B
      How botulinum and tetanus neurotoxins block neurotransmitter release

      BIOCHIMIE
    21. Dunant, Y; Israel, M
      Neurotransmitter release at rapid synapses

      BIOCHIMIE
    22. Tsang, CW; Elrick, DB; Charlton, MP
      alpha-Latrotoxin releases calcium in frog motor nerve terminals

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    23. Callamaras, N; Parker, I
      Phasic characteristic of elementary Ca2+ release sites underlies quantal responses to IP3

      EMBO JOURNAL
    24. Urazaev, A; Naumenko, N; Malomough, A; Nikolsky, E; Vyskocil, F
      Carbachol and acetylcholine delay the early postdenervation depolarizationof muscle fibres through M1-cholinergic receptors

      NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    25. Gasso, S; Sunol, C; Sanfeliu, C; Rodriguez-Farre, E; Cristofol, RM
      Pharmacological characterization of the effects of methylmercury and mercuric chloride on spontaneous noradrenaline release from rat hippocampal slices

      LIFE SCIENCES
    26. Meunier, FA; Mattei, C; Chameau, P; Lawrence, G; Colasante, C; Kreger, AS; Dolly, JO; Molgo, J
      Trachynilysin mediates SNARE-dependent release of catecholamines from chromaffin cells via external and stored Ca2+

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    27. Volynski, KE; Meunier, FA; Lelianova, VG; Dudina, EE; Volkova, TM; Rahman, MA; Manser, C; Grishin, EV; Dolly, JO; Ashley, RH; Ushkaryov, YA
      Latrophilin, neurexin, and their signaling-deficient mutants facilitate alpha-latrotoxin insertion into membranes but are not involved in pore formation

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    28. Ales, E; Gabilan, NH; Cano-Abad, MF; Garcia, AG; Lopez, MG
      The sea anemone toxin Bc2 induces continuous or transient exocytosis, in the presence of sustained levels of high cytosolic Ca2+ in chromaffin cells

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    29. Mukhtarov, MR; Vyskocil, F; Urazaev, AKH; Nikolsky, EE
      Non-quantal acetylcholine release is increased after nitric oxide synthaseinhibition

      PHYSIOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    30. 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
    31. Swatton, JE; Morris, SA; Cardy, TJA; Taylor, CW
      Type 3 inositol trisphosphate receptors in RINm5F cells are biphasically regulated by cytosolic Ca2+ and mediate quantal Ca2+ mobilization

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    32. Csordas, G; Thomas, AP; Hajnoczky, G
      Quasi-synaptic calcium signal transmission between endoplasmic reticulum and mitochondria

      EMBO JOURNAL
    33. Van der Kloot, W; Andricioaei, I; Balezina, OP
      Examining the timing of miniature endplate potential releases at the frog and mouse neuromuscular junctions for deviations from Poisson expectations

      PFLUGERS ARCHIV-EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
    34. Quigley, PA; Msghina, M; Govind, CK; Atwood, HL
      Visible evidence for differences in synaptic effectiveness with activity-dependent vesicular uptake and release of FM1-43

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    35. 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
    36. Israel, M; Dunant, Y
      Mediatophore, a protein supporting quantal acetylcholine release

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY
    37. 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
    38. BUCHWALD B; WEISHAUPT A; TOYKA KV; DUDEL J
      PRE-AND POSTSYNAPTIC BLOCKADE OF NEUROMUSCULAR-TRANSMISSION BY MILLER-FISHER-SYNDROME IGG AT MOUSE MOTOR-NERVE TERMINALS

      European journal of neuroscience
    39. ISRAEL M; DUNANT Y
      ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE AND THE CHOLINERGIC GENOMIC LOCUS

      Molecular neurobiology
    40. TANIMURA A; TOJYO Y; MATSUMOTO Y
      IMAGING OF QUANTAL CALCIUM-RELEASE IN THE INOSITOL 1,4,5-TRISPHOSPHATE-SENSITIVE ORGANELLES OF PERMEABILIZED HSY CELLS

      Cell structure and function
    41. DUNANT Y; ISRAEL M
      IN-VITRO RECONSTITUTION OF NEUROTRANSMITTER RELEASE

      Neurochemical research
    42. POTHOS EN; DAVILA V; SULZER D
      PRESYNAPTIC RECORDING OF QUANTA FROM MIDBRAIN DOPAMINE NEURONS AND MODULATION OF THE QUANTAL SIZE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    43. TRUDEAU LE; FANG Y; HAYDON PG
      MODULATION OF AN EARLY STEP IN THE SECRETORY MACHINERY IN HIPPOCAMPALNERVE-TERMINALS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    44. THIEL G; DITYATEV AE
      TRANSIENT ACTIVITY OF EXCITATORY CL- CHANNELS IN CHARA - EVIDENCE FORQUANTAL RELEASE OF A GATING FACTOR

      The Journal of membrane biology
    45. CHEN KJ; WALLER HJ; GODFREY DA
      EFFECTS OF ENDOGENOUS ACETYLCHOLINE ON SPONTANEOUS ACTIVITY IN RAT DORSAL COCHLEAR NUCLEUS SLICES

      Brain research
    46. URAZAEV AK; NAUMENKO NV; POLETAYEV GI; NIKOLSKY EE; VYSKOCIL F
      ACETYLCHOLINE AND CARBACHOL PREVENT MUSCLE DEPOLARIZATION IN DENERVATED RAT DIAPHRAGM

      NeuroReport
    47. LIN JH; HU GY; TANG XC
      COMPARISON BETWEEN HUPERZINE-A, TACRINE, AND E2020 ON CHOLINERGIC TRANSMISSION AT MOUSE NEUROMUSCULAR-JUNCTION IN-VITRO

      Zhongguo yaoli xuebao
    48. VANDERKLOOT W; MOLGO J; NAVES LA
      CHOLINERGIC AGONISTS DECREASE QUANTAL OUTPUT AT THE FROG NEUROMUSCULAR-JUNCTION BY TARGETING A CALCIUM-CHANNEL BLOCKED BY OMEGA-CONOTOXIN

      Pflugers Archiv
    49. HENZE T
      MYASTHENIA-GRAVIS AND MYASTHENIC SYNDROMES .2. LAMBERT-EATON MYASTHENIC SYNDROME, CONGENITAL MYASTHENIC SYNDROMES AND BOTULISM

      Medicamentos de actualidad
    50. BERRIDGE MJ
      ELEMENTARY AND GLOBAL ASPECTS OF CALCIUM SIGNALING

      Journal of physiology
    51. WORDEN MK; BYKHOVSKAIA M; HACKETT JT
      FACILITATION AT THE LOBSTER NEUROMUSCULAR-JUNCTION - A STIMULUS-DEPENDENT MOBILIZATION MODEL

      Journal of neurophysiology
    52. KAJIWARA R; SAND O; KIDOKORO Y; BARISH ME; IIJIMA T
      FUNCTIONAL-ORGANIZATION OF CHROMAFFIN CELLS AND CHOLINERGIC SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION IN RAT ADRENAL-MEDULLA

      Japanese Journal of Physiology
    53. FOX GQ; KRIEBEL ME
      DYNAMIC-RESPONSES OF PRESYNAPTIC TERMINAL MEMBRANE POOLS FOLLOWING KCL AND SUCROSE STIMULATION

      Brain research
    54. SASTRY BVR
      HUMAN PLACENTAL CHOLINERGIC SYSTEM

      Biochemical pharmacology
    55. SIEB JP; TOLKSDORF K; DENGLER R; JERUSALEM F
      AN AUTOSOMAL-RECESSIVE CONGENITAL MYASTHENIC SYNDROME WITH TUBULAR AGGREGATES IN A LIBYAN FAMILY

      Neuromuscular disorders
    56. RAASTAD M; LIPOWSKI R
      DIVERSITY OF POSTSYNAPTIC AMPLITUDE AND FAILURE PROBABILITY OF UNITARY EXCITATORY SYNAPSES BETWEEN CA3 AND CA1 CELLS IN THE RAT HIPPOCAMPUS

      European journal of neuroscience
    57. COLASANTE C; PECOTDECHAVASSINE M
      ULTRASTRUCTURAL DISTRIBUTION OF SYNAPTOPHYSIN AND SYNAPTIC VESICLE RECYCLING AT THE FROG NEUROMUSCULAR-JUNCTION

      Journal of neuroscience research
    58. FALKVAIRANT J; ISRAEL M; BRUNER J; STINNAKRE J; MEUNIER FM; GAULTIER P; MEUNIER FA; LESBATS B; SYNGUELAKIS M; CORREGES P; DUNANT Y
      ENHANCEMENT OF QUANTAL TRANSMITTER RELEASE AND MEDIATOPHORE EXPRESSION BY CYCLIC-AMP IN FIBROBLASTS LOADED WITH ACETYLCHOLINE

      Neuroscience
    59. MORAN A; TURNER RJ
      EVIDENCE THAT QUANTAL CA2-OR-NONE RELEASE FROM DISCRETE CA2+ STORES WITH DIFFERING SENSITIVITIES TO IP3( RELEASE IN HSG CELLS IS NOT DUE TOALL)

      Molecular and cellular biochemistry
    60. ISRAEL M; DUNANT Y
      A UNIFYING HYPOTHESIS FOR ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE

      Neurochemistry international
    61. DENNY MF; ATCHISON WD
      MERCURIAL-INDUCED ALTERATIONS IN NEURONAL DIVALENT-CATION HOMEOSTASIS

      Neurotoxicology
    62. KAIMACHNIKOV NP; NAZARENKO VG
      QUANTAL CA2-TRISPHOSPHATE RECEPTOR INVOLVING TRANSFORMATION OF THE LIGAND BY THE RECEPTOR( RELEASE AND INACTIVATION IN A MODEL OF THE INOSITOL 1,4,5)

      Bioscience reports
    63. HUANG CS; NARAHASHI T
      MERCURY-CHLORIDE MODULATION OF THE GABA(A) RECEPTOR-CHANNEL COMPLEX IN RAT DORSAL-ROOT GANGLION NEURONS

      Toxicology and applied pharmacology
    64. DUNANT Y; LOCTIN F; VALLEE JP; PARDUCZ A; LESBATS B; ISRAEL M
      ACTIVATION AND DESENSITIZATION OF ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE BY ZINC AT TORPEDO NERVE-TERMINALS

      Pflugers Archiv
    65. CORREGES P; DUNANT Y
      DISORGANIZATION OF QUANTAL ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE BY ZINC AT THE TORPEDO NERVE-ELECTROPLATE JUNCTION

      Pflugers Archiv
    66. PARYS JB; MISSIAEN L; DESMEDT H; SIENAERT I; CASTEELS R
      MECHANISMS RESPONSIBLE FOR QUANTAL CA2-SENSITIVE CALCIUM STORES( RELEASE FROM INOSITOL TRISPHOSPHATE)

      Pflugers Archiv
    67. PASINO E; BUFFELLI M; ARANCIO O; BUSETTO G; SALVIATI A; CANGIANO A
      EFFECTS OF LONG-TERM CONDUCTION BLOCK ON MEMBRANE-PROPERTIES OF REINNERVATED AND NORMALLY INNERVATED RAT SKELETAL-MUSCLE

      Journal of physiology
    68. MCQUISTON AR; COLMERS WF
      NEUROPEPTIDE Y-2 RECEPTORS INHIBIT THE FREQUENCY OF SPONTANEOUS BUT NOT MINIATURE EPSCS IN CA3 PYRAMIDAL CELLS OF RAT HIPPOCAMPUS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    69. CAPOGNA M; GAHWILER BH; THOMPSON SM
      PRESYNAPTIC INHIBITION OF CALCIUM-DEPENDENT AND CALCIUM-INDEPENDENT RELEASE ELICITED WITH IONOMYCIN, GADOLINIUM, AND ALPHA-LATROTOXIN IN THE HIPPOCAMPUS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    70. GOMEZ RS; GOMEZ MV; PRADO MAM
      INHIBITION OF NA-ATPASE BY OUABAIN OPENS CALCIUM CHANNELS COUPLED TO ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE IN GUINEA-PIG MYENTERIC PLEXUS(,K+)

      Journal of neurochemistry
    71. FALKVAIRANT J; CORREGES P; EDERCOLLI L; SALEM N; MEUNIER FM; LESBATS B; LOCTIN F; SYNGUELAKIS M; ISRAEL M; DUNANT Y
      EVOKED ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE EXPRESSED IN NEUROBLASTOMA-CELLS BY TRANSFECTION OF MEDIATOPHORE CDNA

      Journal of neurochemistry
    72. POTHOS E; DESMOND M; SULZER D
      L-3,4-DIHYDROXYPHENYLALANINE INCREASES THE QUANTAL SIZE OF EXOCYTOTICDOPAMINE RELEASE IN-VITRO

      Journal of neurochemistry
    73. MARTI E; CANTI C; DEARANDA IG; MIRALLES F; SOLSONA C
      ACTION OF SURAMIN UPON ECTO-APYRASE ACTIVITY AND SYNAPTIC DEPRESSION OF TORPEDO ELECTRIC ORGAN

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    74. MIRALLES F; MARSAL J; PERES J; SOLSONA C
      NIFLUMIC ACID-INDUCED INCREASE IN POTASSIUM CURRENTS IN FROG MOTOR-NERVE TERMINALS - EFFECTS ON TRANSMITTER RELEASE

      Brain research
    75. BROADIE K; PROKOP A; BELLEN HJ; OKANE CJ; SCHULZE KL; SWEENEY ST
      SYNTAXIN AND SYNAPTOBREVIN FUNCTION DOWNSTREAM OF VESICLE DOCKING IN DROSOPHILA

      Neuron
    76. VAUTRIN J; BARKER JL
      HOW CAN EXOCYTOSIS ACCOUNT FOR THE ACTUAL PROPERTIES OF MINIATURE SYNAPTIC SIGNALS

      Synapse
    77. KOMULAINEN H; KERANEN A; SAANO V
      METHYLMERCURY MODULATES GABA(A) RECEPTOR COMPLEX DIFFERENTIALLY IN RAT CORTICAL AND CEREBELLAR MEMBRANES IN-VITRO

      Neurochemical research
    78. HONG SJ; LEE SH; CHANG CC
      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND REGENERATIVE ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE FROM MOTOR-NERVE- DIFFERENTIAL INHIBITIONS BY VESAMICOL AND OMEGA-AGATOXIN IVA

      Neuroscience
    79. BUCHWALD B; WEISHAUPT A; TOYKA KV; DUDEL J
      IMMUNOGLOBULIN-G FROM A PATIENT WITH MILLER-FISHER SYNDROME RAPIDLY AND REVERSIBLY DEPRESSES EVOKED QUANTAL RELEASE AT THE NEUROMUSCULAR-JUNCTION OF MICE

      Neuroscience letters
    80. COLASANTE C; PECOTDECHAVASSINE M
      CD2-EVOKED ACH RELEASE INDUCE DIFFERENT SYNAPTOPHYSIN AND SYNAPTOBREVIN IMMUNOLABELING AT THE FROG NEUROMUSCULAR-JUNCTION( AND K+)

      Journal of neurocytology
    81. COOPER RL; MARIN L; ATWOOD HL
      SYNAPTIC DIFFERENTIATION OF A SINGLE MOTOR-NEURON - CONJOINT DEFINITION OF TRANSMITTER RELEASE, PRESYNAPTIC CALCIUM SIGNALS, AND ULTRASTRUCTURE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    82. HENKEL AW; BETZ WJ
      STAUROSPORINE BLOCKS EVOKED RELEASE OF FM1-43 BUT NOT ACETYLCHOLINE FROM FROG MOTOR-NERVE TERMINALS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    83. MINO H; YANA K; TAKEUCHI N
      A METHOD OF ESTIMATING THE RATE OF MINIATURE END-PLATE POTENTIAL OCCURRENCES BASED ON PARAMETRIC TIME-SERIES MODELING

      Journal of neuroscience methods
    84. REDMAN RS; SILINSKY EM
      ON THE SIMULTANEOUS ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL MEASUREMENTS OF NEUROTRANSMITTER RELEASE AND PERINEURAL CALCIUM CURRENTS FROM FROG MOTOR-NERVE ENDINGS

      Journal of neuroscience methods
    85. HIDALGO C; DONOSO P
      LUMINAL CALCIUM REGULATION OF CALCIUM-RELEASE FROM SARCOPLASMIC-RETICULUM

      Bioscience reports
    86. PARYS JB; DESMEDT H; MISSIAEN L; BOOTMAN MD; SIENAERT I; CASTEELS R
      RAT BASOPHILIC LEUKEMIA-CELLS AS MODEL SYSTEM FOR INOSITOL 1,4,5-TRISPHOSPHATE RECEPTOR-IV, A RECEPTOR OF THE TYPE-II FAMILY - FUNCTIONAL COMPARISON AND IMMUNOLOGICAL DETECTION

      Cell calcium
    87. MONTECUCCO C; SCHIAVO G
      STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF TETANUS AND BOTULINUM NEUROTOXINS

      Quarterly Reviews of Biophysics
    88. SCANZIANI M; GAHWILER BH; THOMPSON SM
      PRESYNAPTIC INHIBITION OF EXCITATORY SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION BY MUSCARINIC AND METABOTROPIC GLUTAMATE-RECEPTOR ACTIVATION IN THE HIPPOCAMPUS - ARE CA2+ CHANNELS INVOLVED

      Neuropharmacology
    89. SIEB JP
      INBORN DISEASES OF NEUROMUSCULAR-TRANSMIS SION - CONGENITAL MYASTHENIC SYNDROMES

      Nervenarzt
    90. ODA Y; CHARPIER S; MURAYAMA Y; SUMA C; KORN H
      LONG-TERM POTENTIATION OF GLYCINERGIC INHIBITORY SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION

      Journal of neurophysiology
    91. LIU QY; VAUTRIN J; TANG KM; BARKER JL
      EXOGENOUS GABA PERSISTENTLY OPENS CL- CHANNELS IN CULTURED EMBRYONIC RAT THALAMIC NEURONS

      The Journal of membrane biology
    92. HIROTA J; MICHIKAWA T; MIYAWAKI A; TAKAHASHI M; TANZAWA K; OKURA I; FURUICHI T; MIKOSHIBA K
      ADENOPHOSTIN-MEDICATED QUANTAL CA2-TRISPHOSPHATE RECEPTOR-TYPE-1( RELEASE IN THE PURIFIED AND RECONSTITUTED INOSITOL 1,4,5)

      FEBS letters
    93. ANGAUTPETIT D; JUZANS P; MOLGO J; FAILLE L; SEAGAR MJ; TAKAHASHI M; SHOJIKASAI Y
      MOUSE MOTOR-NERVE TERMINAL IMMUNOREACTIVITY TO SYNAPTOTAGMIN-II DURING SUSTAINED QUANTAL TRANSMITTER RELEASE

      Brain research
    94. ENGEL AG
      CONGENITAL MYASTHENIC SYNDROMES

      Neurologic clinics
    95. BOOTMAN MD
      QUANTAL CA2-SENSITIVE INTRACELLULAR CA2+ STORES( RELEASE FROM INSP(3))

      Molecular and cellular endocrinology
    96. ROED A; HERLOFSON BB
      INHIBITORY EFFECTS OF HGCL2 ON EXCITATION-SECRETION COUPLING AT THE MOTOR-NERVE TERMINAL AND EXCITATION-CONTRACTION COUPLING IN THE MUSCLE-CELL

      Cellular and molecular neurobiology
    97. WOJTOWICZ JM; MARIN L; ATWOOD HL
      ACTIVITY-INDUCED CHANGES IN SYNAPTIC RELEASE SITES AT THE CRAYFISH NEUROMUSCULAR-JUNCTION

      The Journal of neuroscience
    98. YUAN YK; ATCHISON WD
      COMPARATIVE EFFECTS OF INORGANIC DIVALENT MERCURY, METHYLMERCURY AND PHENYLMERCURY ON MEMBRANE EXCITABILITY AND SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION OF CA1 NEURONS IN HIPPOCAMPAL SLICES OF THE RAT

      Neurotoxicology
    99. PARNAS H; PARNAS I; RAVIN R; YUDELEVITCH B
      GLUTAMATE AND N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE AFFECT RELEASE FROM CRAYFISH AXON TERMINALS IN A VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT MANNER

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    100. REDMAN RS; SILINSKY EM
      ATP RELEASED TOGETHER WITH ACETYLCHOLINE AS THE MEDIATOR OF NEUROMUSCULAR DEPRESSION AT FROG MOTOR-NERVE ENDINGS

      Journal of physiology


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