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Jul-2002Effect of metabolic inhibition on glimepiride block of native and cloned cardiac sarcolemmal K(ATP) channels.Lawrence, CL; Rainbow, RD; Davies, NW; Standen, NBJournal Article
Oct-2009Diminished hippocalcin expression in Huntington's disease brain does not account for increased striatal neuron vulnerability as assessed in primary neurons.Rudinskiy, N; Kaneko, YA; Beesen, AA; Gokce, O; Régulier, E; Déglon, N; Luthi-Carter, RJournal Article
17-Oct-2008The ratio of monomeric to aggregated forms of Abeta40 and Abeta42 is an important determinant of amyloid-beta aggregation, fibrillogenesis, and toxicity.Jan, A; Gokce, O; Luthi-Carter, R; Lashuel, HAJournal Article
24-Aug-2005Regulation of human recombinant P2X3 receptors by ecto-protein kinase C.Wirkner, K; Stanchev, D; Köles, L; Klebingat, M; Dihazi, H; Flehmig, G; Vial, C; Evans, RJ; Fürst, S; Mager, PP; Eschrich, K; Illes, PJournal Article
1-Aug-2004P2X receptor subtype-specific modulation of excitatory and inhibitory synaptic inputs in the rat brainstem.Watano, T; Calvert, JA; Vial, C; Forsythe, ID; Evans, RJJournal Article
Apr-2004Functional regulation of P2X6 receptors by N-linked glycosylation: identification of a novel alpha beta-methylene ATP-sensitive phenotype.Jones, CA; Vial, C; Sellers, LA; Humphrey, PP; Evans, RJ; Chessell, IPJournal Article
Jan-2009Implication of the JNK pathway in a rat model of Huntington's disease.Perrin, V; Dufour, N; Raoul, C; Hassig, R; Brouillet, E; Aebischer, P; Luthi-Carter, R; Déglon, NJournal Article
Mar-2009Sustained effects of nonallele-specific Huntingtin silencing.Drouet, V; Perrin, V; Hassig, R; Dufour, N; Auregan, G; Alves, S; Bonvento, G; Brouillet, E; Luthi-Carter, R; Hantraye, P; Déglon, NJournal Article
24-Sep-2008Dysregulation of gene expression in primary neuron models of Huntington's disease shows that polyglutamine-related effects on the striatal transcriptome may not be dependent on brain circuitry.Runne, H; Régulier, E; Kuhn, A; Zala, D; Gokce, O; Perrin, V; Sick, B; Aebischer, P; Déglon, N; Luthi-Carter, RJournal Article