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    1. Schaller, J; Kampfer, U; Schurch, S; Kuhn-Nentwig, L; Haeberli, S; Nentwig, W
      CSTX-9, a toxic peptide from the spider Cupiennius salei: amino acid sequence, disulphide bridge pattern and comparison with other spider toxins containing the cystine knot structure

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
    2. Yoneda, Y; Kawajiri, S; Hasegawa, A; Kito, F; Katano, S; Takano, E; Mimura, T
      Synthesis of polyamine derivatives having non-hypotensive Ca2+-permeable AMPA receptor antagonist activity

      BIOORGANIC & MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY LETTERS
    3. Jensen, JB; Lund, TM; Timmermann, DB; Schousboe, A; Pickering, DS
      Role of GluR2 expression in AMPA-induced toxicity in cultured murine cerebral cortical neurons

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    4. Kushmerick, C; de Carvalho, FM; de Maria, M; Massensini, AR; Romano-Silva, MA; Gomez, MV; Kalapothakis, E; Prado, MAM
      Effects of a Lasiodora spider venom on Ca2+ and Na+ channels

      TOXICON
    5. Burns, MR; Carlson, CL; Vanderwerf, SM; Ziemer, JR; Weeks, RS; Cai, F; Webb, HK; Graminski, GF
      Amino acid/spermine conjugates: Polyamine amides as potent spermidine uptake inhibitors

      JOURNAL OF MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
    6. Konig, N; Poluch, S; Estabel, J; Durand, M; Drian, MJ; Exbrayat, JM
      Synaptic and non-synaptic AMPA receptors permeable to calcium

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    7. Yakehiro, M; Furukawa, Y; Koike, T; Kimura, E; Nakajima, T; Yamaoka, K; Seyama, I
      Novel mechanism of blocking axonal Na+ channels by three macrocyclic polyamine analogues and two spider toxins

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    8. Basle, A; Delcour, AH
      Effect of two polyamine toxins on the bacterial porin OmpF

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    9. Sorkin, LS; Yaksh, TL; Doom, CM
      Pain models display differential sensitivity to Ca2+-permeable non-NMDA glutamate receptor antagonists

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    10. Bernard, C; Legros, C; Ferrat, G; Bischoff, U; Marquardt, A; Pongs, O; Darbon, H
      Solution structure of HpTX2, a toxin from Heteropoda venatoria spider thatblocks Kv4.2 potassium channel

      PROTEIN SCIENCE
    11. Stanfa, LC; Hampton, DW; Dickenson, AH
      Role of Ca2+-permeable non-NMDA glutamate receptors in spinal nociceptive transmission

      NEUROREPORT
    12. Prince, HC; Tzingounis, AV; Levey, AI; Conn, PJ
      Functional downregulation of GluR2 in piriform cortex of kindled animals

      SYNAPSE
    13. Kuhn-Nentwig, L; Schaller, J; Kampfer, U; Imboden, H; Malli, H; Nentwig, W
      A lysine rich C-terminal tail is directly involved in the toxicity of CSTX-1, a neurotoxic peptide from the venom of the spider Cupiennius salei

      ARCHIVES OF INSECT BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY
    14. Li, SX; Stys, PK
      Mechanisms of ionotropic glutamate receptor-mediated excitotoxicity in isolated spinal cord white matter

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    15. Sidach, SS; Mintz, IM
      Low-affinity blockade of neuronal N-type Ca channels by the spider toxin omega-agatoxin-IVA

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    16. Hossain, MA; Murayama, N; Oka, T; Nakajima, T
      Evidence of [Ca2+]i elevation by anti-calreticulin immunoreactive protein in neurons

      NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    17. Leao, RM; Cruz, JS; Diniz, CR; Cordeiro, MN; Beirao, PSL
      Inhibition of neuronal high-voltage activated calcium channels by the omega-Phoneutria nigriventer Tx3-3 peptide toxin

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    18. Metzger, F; Kulik, A; Sendtner, M; Ballanyi, K
      Contribution of Ca2+-permeable AMPA/KA receptors to glutamate-induced Ca2+rise in embryonic lumbar motoneurons in situ

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    19. Greig, A; Donevan, SD; Mujtaba, TJ; Parks, TN; Rao, MS
      Characterization of the AMPA-activated receptors present on motoneurons

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    20. Loi, PK; Tublitz, NJ
      Roles of glutamate and FMRFamide-related peptides at the chromatophore neuromuscular junction in the cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    21. Szeto, TH; Birinyi-Strachan, LC; Smith, R; Connor, M; Christie, MJ; King, GF; Nicholson, GM
      Isolation and pharmacological characterisation of delta-atracotoxin-Hv1b, a vertebrate-selective sodium channel toxin

      FEBS LETTERS
    22. Yasuda, S; Ishida, N; Higashiyama, A; Morinobu, S; Kato, N
      Characterization of audiogenic-like seizures in naive rats evoked by activation of AMPA and NMDA receptors in the inferior colliculus

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    23. Sorkin, LS; Yaksh, TL; Doom, CM
      Mechanical allodynia in rats is blocked by a Ca2+ permeable AMPA receptor antagonist

      NEUROREPORT
    24. Albuquerque, C; Lee, CJ; Jackson, AC; MacDermott, AB
      Subpopulations of GABAergic and non-GABAergic rat dorsal horn neurons express Ca2+-permeable AMPA receptors

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    25. Samoilova, MV; Buldakova, SL; Vorobjev, VS; Sharonova, IN; Magazanik, LG
      The open channel blocking drug, IEM-1460, reveals functionally distinct alpha-amino-3-hydroxy-5-methyl-4-isoxazolepropionate receptors in rat brain neurons

      NEUROSCIENCE
    26. Liang, SP; Shu, Q; Wang, XC; Zong, X
      Oxidative folding of reduced and denatured huwentoxin-I

      JOURNAL OF PROTEIN CHEMISTRY
    27. Engelman, HS; Allen, TB; MacDermott, AB
      The distribution of neurons expressing calcium-permeable AMPA receptors inthe superficial laminae of the spinal cord dorsal horn

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    28. Sudo, M; Okado, H; Iino, M; Tsuzuki, K; Miwa, A; Kanegae, Y; Saito, I; Ozawa, S
      Postsynaptic expression of Ca2+-permeable AMPA-type glutamate receptor channels by viral-mediated gene transfer

      MOLECULAR BRAIN RESEARCH
    29. 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
    30. Lee, JK; John, SA; Weiss, JN
      Novel gating mechanism of polyamine block in the strong inward rectifier Kchannel Kir2.1

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY
    31. Marvin, L; De, E; Cosette, P; Gagnon, J; Molle, G; Lange, C
      Isolation, amino acid sequence and functional assays of SGTx1 - The first toxin purified from the venom of the spider Scodra griseipes

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    32. Walker, LE; Bloomquist, JR
      Pharmacology of contractile responses in the alimentary system of caterpillars: Implications for insecticide development and mode of action

      ANNALS OF THE ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    33. Buldakova, SL; Vorobjev, VS; Sharonova, IN; Samoilova, MV; Magazanik, LG
      Characterization of AMPA receptor populations in rat brain cells by the use of subunit-specific open channel blocking drug, IEM-1460

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    34. Ohnuma, K; Kazawa, T; Ogawa, S; Suzuki, N; Miwa, A; Kijima, H
      Cooperative Ca2+ removal from presynaptic terminals of the spiny lobster neuromuscular junction

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    35. POPHAM HJR; PRIKHODKO GG; FELCETTO TJ; OSTLIND DA; WARMKE JW; COHEN CJ; MILLER LK
      EFFECT OF DELTAMETHRIN TREATMENT ON LEPIDOPTERAN LARVAE INFECTED WITHBACULOVIRUSES EXPRESSING INSECT-SELECTIVE TOXINS MU-AGA-IV, AS-II, ORSH-1

      Biological control
    36. METZGER F; WIESE S; SENDTNER M
      EFFECT OF GLUTAMATE ON DENDRITIC GROWTH IN EMBRYONIC RAT MOTONEURONS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    37. NICHOLSON GM; WALSH R; LITTLE MJ; TYLER MI
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE EFFECTS OF ROBUSTOXIN, THE LETHAL NEUROTOXIN FROM THE SYDNEY FUNNEL-WEB SPIDER ATRAX-ROBUSTUS, ON SODIUM-CHANNEL ACTIVATION AND INACTIVATION

      Pflugers Archiv
    38. MEUCCI O; MILLER RJ
      DISSOCIATION BETWEEN THE JORO SPIDER TOXIN SENSITIVITY OF RECOMBINANTLPHA-AMINO-3-HYDROXY-5-METHYL-4-ISOXAZOLEPROPIONIC ACID RECEPTORS ANDTHEIR ABILITY TO INCREASE INTRACELLULAR CALCIUM

      Neuropharmacology
    39. Scott, RH; Thatcher, NM; Ayar, A; Mitchell, SJ; Pollock, J; Gibson, MT; Duce, IR; Moya, E; Blagbrough, IS
      Extracellular or intracellular application of argiotoxin-636 has inhibitory actions on membrane excitability and voltage-activated currents in cultured rat sensory neurones

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    40. ARONICA EM; GORTER JA; GROOMS S; KESSLER JA; BENNETT MVL; ZUKIN RS; ROSENBAUM DM
      AURINTRICARBOXYLIC ACID PREVENTS GLUR2 MESSENGER-RNA DOWN-REGULATION AND DELAYED NEURODEGENERATION IN HIPPOCAMPAL CA1 NEURONS OF GERBIL AFTER GLOBALISCHEMIA

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    41. SAKURAI A; MORI A; YAMAGISHI H
      GLUTAMATERGIC NEUROMUSCULAR-TRANSMISSION IN THE HEART OF THE ISOPOD CRUSTACEAN LIGIA-EXOTICA

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    42. LITTLE MJ; WILSON H; ZAPPIA C; CESTELE S; TYLER MI; MARTINEAUCLAIRE MF; GORDON D; NICHOLSON GM
      DELTA-ATRACOTOXINS FROM AUSTRALIAN FUNNEL-WEB SPIDERS COMPETE WITH SCORPION ALPHA-TOXIN BINDING ON BOTH RAT-BRAIN AND INSECT SODIUM-CHANNELS

      FEBS letters
    43. HIGASHIYAMA A; ISHIDA N; NISHIMURA T; YASUDA S; KURODA Y; MCEWEN BS; KATO N
      NMDA RECEPTORS IN THE INFERIOR COLLICULUS ARE CRITICALLY INVOLVED IN AUDIOGENIC-SEIZURES IN THE ADULT RATS WITH NEONATAL-HYPOTHYROIDISM

      Experimental neurology
    44. NAKANISHI K; BEROVA N
      LESSONS FROM NATURE

      Chimia
    45. VARMING T; CHRISTOPHERSEN P; SCHOUSBOE A; DREJER J
      PHARMACOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF VOLTAGE-SENSITIVE CALCIUM CHANNELS AND NEUROTRANSMITTER RELEASE FROM MOUSE CEREBELLAR GRANULE CELLS IN CULTURE

      Journal of neuroscience research
    46. COUSIN MA; HURST H; NICHOLLS DG
      PRESYNAPTIC CALCIUM CHANNELS AND FIELD-EVOKED TRANSMITTER EXOCYTOSIS FROM CULTURED CEREBELLAR GRANULE CELLS

      Neuroscience
    47. WASHBURN MS; NUMBERGER M; ZHANG S; DINGLEDINE R
      DIFFERENTIAL DEPENDENCE ON GLUR2 EXPRESSION OF 3 CHARACTERISTIC FEATURES OF AMPA RECEPTORS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    48. KOIKE M; IINO M; OZAWA S
      BLOCKING EFFECT OF 1-NAPHTHYL ACETYL SPERMINE ON CA2-PERMEABLE AMPA RECEPTORS IN CULTURED RAT HIPPOCAMPAL-NEURONS()

      Neuroscience research
    49. BYK G; FREDERIC M; SCHERMAN D
      ONE-POT SYNTHESIS OF UNSYMMETRICALLY FUNCTIONALIZED POLYAMINES BY A SOLID-PHASE STRATEGY STARTING FROM THEIR SYMMETRICAL POLYAMINE-COUNTERPARTS

      Tetrahedron letters
    50. YOSHIOKA M
      DIVERSITY OF JORO SPIDER TOXINS

      Yakugaku zasshi
    51. ITAGAKI Y; NAOKI H; FUJITA T; HISADA M; NAKAJIMA T
      CHARACTERIZATION OF SPIDER VENOM BY MASS- SPECTROMETRY, CONSTRUCTION OF ANALYTICAL SYSTEM

      Yakugaku zasshi
    52. FATEHI M; ROWAN EG; HARVEY AL; MOYA E; BLAGBROUGH IS
      POLYAMINE FTX-3.3 AND POLYAMINE AMIDE SFTX-3.3 INHIBIT PRESYNAPTIC CALCIUM CURRENTS AND ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE AT MOUSE MOTOR-NERVE TERMINALS

      Neuropharmacology
    53. MAGAZANIK LG; BULDAKOVA SL; SAMOILOVA MV; GMIRO VE; MELLOR IR; USHERWOOD PNR
      BLOCK OF OPEN CHANNELS OF RECOMBINANT AMPA RECEPTORS AND NATIVE AMPA KAINATE RECEPTORS BY ADAMANTANE DERIVATIVES/

      Journal of physiology
    54. WANG G; DAYANITHI G; KIM S; HOM D; NADASDI L; KRISTIPATI R; RAMACHANDRAN J; STUENKEL EL; NORDMANN JJ; NEWCOMB R; LEMOS JR
      ROLE OF Q-TYPE CA2+ CHANNELS IN VASOPRESSIN SECRETION FROM NEUROHYPOPHYSEAL TERMINALS OF THE RAT

      Journal of physiology
    55. CHIBA T; AKIZAWA T; MATSUKAWA M; KAWAI N; KONO Y; YOSHIOKA M
      SYNTHESES AND BIOLOGICAL-ACTIVITIES OF JORO SPIDER TOXIN ANALOGS TO SPIDAMINE AND JORAMINE

      Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin
    56. LIU M; NAKAZAWA K; INOUE K; OHNO Y
      POTENT AND VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT BLOCK BY PHILANTHOTOXIN-343 OF NEURONAL NICOTINIC RECEPTOR CHANNELS IN PC12 CELLS/

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    57. DONEVAN SD; ROGAWSKI MA
      MULTIPLE ACTIONS OF ARYLALKYLAMINE ARTHROPOD TOXINS ON THE N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE RECEPTOR

      Neuroscience
    58. KAWASAKI F; KITA H
      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL DETERMINATION OF THE NEUROTRANSMITTER AT CRICKET NEUROMUSCULAR-JUNCTIONS

      Zoological science
    59. SHINADA T; MIYACHI M; ITAGAKI Y; NAOKI H; YOSHIHARA K; NAKAJIMA T
      FACILE SYNTHESIS OF 6-HYDROXYINDOLE-3-ACETIC ACID - ON THE STRUCTURE OF THE AROMATIC SUBUNIT OF NEPHILATOXIN-1-SIMILAR-TO-6

      Tetrahedron letters
    60. MIYASHITA M
      SYNTHETIC STUDIES ON NEPHILATOXINS, NEW N EUROTOXINS OF JORO SPIDER (NEPHILA-CLAVATA)

      Yuki Gosei Kagaku Kyokaishi
    61. GLEITZ J; BEILE A; PETERS T
      (+ -)-KAVAIN INHIBITS THE VERATRIDINE-INDUCED AND KCL-INDUCED INCREASE IN INTRACELLULAR CA2+ AND GLUTAMATE-RELEASE OF RAT CEREBROCORTICAL SYNAPTOSOMES/

      Neuropharmacology
    62. DUPERE JRB; MOYA E; BLAGBROUGH IS; USOWICZ MM
      DIFFERENTIAL INHIBITION OF CA2-CELLS BY SFTX-3.3 AND FTX-3.3( CHANNELS IN MATURE RAT CEREBELLAR PURKINJE)

      Neuropharmacology
    63. RADITSCH M; GEYER M; KALBITZER HR; JAHN W; RUPPERSBERG JP; WITZEMANN V
      POLYAMINE SPIDER TOXINS AND MAMMALIAN N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE RECEPTORS - STRUCTURAL BASIS FOR CHANNEL BLOCKING AND BINDING OF ARGIOTOXIN(636)

      European journal of biochemistry
    64. CHIBA T; AKIZAWA T; MATSUKAWA M; NISHI M; KAWAI N; YOSHIOKA M
      TOTAL SYNTHESES OF SPIDAMINE AND JORAMINE, POLYAMINE TOXINS FROM THE JORO SPIDER, NEPHILA-CLAVATA

      Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin
    65. GREEN AC; NAKANISHI K; USHERWOOD PNR
      POLYAMINE AMIDES ARE NEUROPROTECTIVE IN CEREBELLAR GRANULE CELL-CULTURES CHALLENGED WITH EXCITATORY AMINO-ACIDS

      Brain research
    66. TAKAZAWA A; YAMAZAKI O; KANAI H; ISHIDA N; KATO N; YAMAUCHI T
      POTENT AND LONG-LASTING ANTICONVULSANT EFFECTS OF 1-NAPHTHYLACETYL SPERMINE, AN ANALOG OF JORO SPIDER TOXIN, AGAINST AMYGDALOID-KINDLED SEIZURES IN RATS

      Brain research
    67. FAGNI L; BOCKAERT J
      ACTION OF ARGIOTOXIN(636) ON N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE CHANNELS IN CEREBELLAR CELLS

      NeuroReport
    68. SIMPSON PB; CHALLISS RAJ; NAHORSKI SR
      DIVALENT-CATION ENTRY IN CULTURED RAT CEREBELLAR GRANULE CELLS MEASURED USING MN2-2 FLUORESCENCE( QUENCH OF FURA)

      European journal of neuroscience
    69. COUSIN MA; HELD B; NICHOLLS DG
      EXOCYTOSIS AND SELECTIVE NEURITE CALCIUM RESPONSES IN RAT CEREBELLAR GRANULE CELLS DURING FIELD STIMULATION

      European journal of neuroscience
    70. MOSIER DR; BALDELLI P; DELBONO O; SMITH RG; ALEXIANU ME; APPEL SH; STEFANI E
      AMYOTROPHIC-LATERAL-SCLEROSIS IMMUNOGLOBULINS INCREASE CA2-LINE( CURRENTS IN A MOTONEURON CELL)

      Annals of neurology
    71. BARRETT PQ; ERTEL EA; SMITH MM; NEE JJ; COHEN CJ
      VOLTAGE-GATED CALCIUM CURRENTS HAVE 2 OPPOSING EFFECTS ON THE SECRETION OF ALDOSTERONE

      American journal of physiology. Cell physiology
    72. HUSTON E; CULLEN GP; BURLEY JR; DOLPHIN AC
      THE INVOLVEMENT OF MULTIPLE CALCIUM-CHANNEL SUBTYPES IN GLUTAMATE RELEASE FROM CEREBELLAR GRANULE CELLS AND ITS MODULATION BY GABA(B) RECEPTOR ACTIVATION

      Neuroscience
    73. BURGOS GRG; BIALI FI; CHERKSEY BD; SUGIMORI M; LLINAS RR; UCHITEL OD
      DIFFERENT CALCIUM CHANNELS MEDIATE TRANSMITTER RELEASE EVOKED BY TRANSIENT OR SUSTAINED DEPOLARIZATION AT MAMMALIAN SYMPATHETIC-GANGLIA

      Neuroscience
    74. ASHTON MR; MOYA E; BLAGBROUGH IS
      TOTAL SYNTHESIS OF MODIFIED JSTX TOXINS - REDUCTIVE ALKYLATION IS A PRACTICAL ROUTE TO HEXAHYDROPYRIMIDINE POLYAMINE AMIDES

      Tetrahedron letters
    75. PEARSON HA; SUTTON KG; SCOTT RH; DOLPHIN AC
      CHARACTERIZATION OF CA2+ CHANNEL CURRENTS IN CULTURED RAT CEREBELLAR GRANULE NEURONS

      Journal of physiology
    76. CHIBA T; AKIZAWA T; MASTUKAWA M; PANHOU H; KAWAI N; YOSHIOKA M
      LARGE-SCALE PURIFICATION AND FURTHER CHARACTERIZATION OF SPIDAMINE AND JORAMINE FROM VENOM OF SPIDER, NEPHILA-CLAVATA

      Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin
    77. SIERRA F; LORENZO D; MACADAR O; BUNO W
      N-TYPE CA2-ELECTROCYTE SYNAPSES OF THE WEAKLY ELECTRIC FISH GYMNOTUS-CARAPO( CHANNELS MEDIATE TRANSMITTER RELEASE AT THE ELECTROMOTONEURON)

      Brain research
    78. YOSHIOKA M; NARAI N; SHINKAI A; TOKUDA T; SAITO K; SHIOYA M; TOKORO N; KONO Y
      ANALYSES OF METAL-IONS IN SPIDER VENOMS IN RELATION TO INSECTICIDAL ACTIVITY OF CLAVAMINE

      Biological & pharmaceutical bulletin
    79. MALMBERG AB; YAKSH TL
      VOLTAGE-SENSITIVE CALCIUM CHANNELS IN SPINAL NOCICEPTIVE PROCESSING -BLOCKADE OF N-TYPE AND P-TYPE CHANNELS INHIBITS FORMALIN-INDUCED NOCICEPTION

      The Journal of neuroscience
    80. MINTZ IM
      BLOCK OF CA CHANNELS IN RAT CENTRAL NEURONS BY THE SPIDER TOXIN OMEGA-AGA-IIIA

      The Journal of neuroscience
    81. NICHOLSON GM; WILLOW M; HOWDEN MEH; NARAHASHI T
      MODIFICATION OF SODIUM-CHANNEL GATING AND KINETICS BY VERSUTOXIN FROMTHE AUSTRALIAN FUNNEL-WEB SPIDER HADRONYCHE VERSUTA

      Pflugers Archiv
    82. FOSSIER P; BAUX G; TAUC L
      N-TYPE AND P-TYPE CA2-RELEASE AT A NEURONEURONAL SYNAPSE - ONLY THE N-TYPE CHANNEL IS THE TARGET OF NEUROMODULATORS( CHANNELS ARE INVOLVED IN ACETYLCHOLINE)

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    83. ARAQUE A; CLARAC F; BUNO W
      P-TYPE CA2+ CHANNELS MEDIATE EXCITATORY AND INHIBITORY SYNAPTIC TRANSMITTER RELEASE IN CRAYFISH MUSCLE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    84. BROWN AM; SAYER RJ; SCHWINDT PC; CRILL WE
      P-TYPE CALCIUM CHANNELS IN RAT NEOCORTICAL NEURONS

      Journal of physiology
    85. ALAGARSAMY S; LONART G; JOHNSON KM
      THE ROLE OF P-TYPE CALCIUM CHANNELS IN THE DEPOLARIZATION-INDUCED ACTIVATION OF NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE IN FRONTAL-CORTEX

      Journal of neurochemistry
    86. WANG G; LEMOS JR
      EFFECTS OF FUNNEL-WEB SPIDER TOXIN ON CA2+ CURRENTS IN NEUROHYPOPHYSEAL TERMINALS

      Brain research
    87. LUNDY PM; HAMILTON MG; FREW R
      PHARMACOLOGICAL IDENTIFICATION OF A NOVEL CA2+ CHANNEL IN CHICKEN BRAIN SYNAPTOSOMES

      Brain research
    88. TU YJ; BUDELMANN BU
      THE EFFECT OF L-GLUTAMATE ON THE AFFERENT RESTING ACTIVITY IN THE CEPHALOPOD STATOCYST

      Brain research
    89. BINDELS RJM; HARTOG A; ABRAHAMSE SL; VANOS CH
      EFFECTS OF PH ON APICAL CALCIUM-ENTRY AND ACTIVE CALCIUM-TRANSPORT INRABBIT CORTICAL COLLECTING SYSTEM

      The American journal of physiology
    90. NAKAJIMA T
      ARTHROPOD VENOMS AFFECTING CELL SIGNALING SYSTEM

      Regulatory peptides
    91. POCOCK JM; COUSIN MA; NICHOLLS DG
      THE CALCIUM-CHANNEL COUPLED TO THE EXOCYTOSIS OF L-GLUTAMATE FROM CEREBELLAR GRANULE CELLS IS INHIBITED BY THE SPIDER TOXIN, AGA-GI

      Neuropharmacology
    92. LLINAS R; SUGIMORI M; CHERKSEY BD; SMITH RG; DELBONO O; STEFANI E; APPEL S
      IGG FROM AMYOTROPHIC-LATERAL-SCLEROSIS PATIENTS INCREASES CURRENT THROUGH P-TYPE CALCIUM CHANNELS IN MAMMALIAN CEREBELLAR PURKINJE-CELLS AND IN ISOLATED CHANNEL PROTEIN IN LIPID BILAYER

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    93. FIEDLER WJ; HESSE M
      SYNTHESIS OF SELECTIVELY N-FUNCTIONALIZED POLYAMINE DERIVATIVES

      Helvetica Chimica Acta


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