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Mar-2009Orthosteric and allosteric binding sites of P2X receptors.Evans, RJJournal Article
22-Sep-2000The role of positively charged amino acids in ATP recognition by human P2X(1) receptors.Ennion, S; Hagan, S; Evans, RJJournal Article
Jan-2009P2X(1) receptor inhibition and soluble CD39 administration as novel approaches to widen the cardiovascular therapeutic window.Fung, CY; Marcus, AJ; Broekman, MJ; Mahaut-Smith, MPJournal Article
Sep-2004Molecular properties of ATP-gated P2X receptor ion channels.Vial, C; Roberts, JA; Evans, RJJournal Article
18-Jul-2008Cysteine substitution mutagenesis and the effects of methanethiosulfonate reagents at P2X2 and P2X4 receptors support a core common mode of ATP action at P2X receptors.Roberts, JA; Digby, HR; Kara, M; El Ajouz S; Sutcliffe, MJ; Evans, RJJournal Article
Nov-2003Cross talk between P2Y2 nucleotide receptors and CXC chemokine receptor 2 resulting in enhanced Ca2+ signaling involves enhancement of phospholipase C activity and is enabled by incremental Ca2+ release in human embryonic kidney cells.Werry, TD; Wilkinson, GF; Willars, GBJournal 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
Dec-2005Contribution of conserved glycine residues to ATP action at human P2X1 receptors: mutagenesis indicates that the glycine at position 250 is important for channel function.Digby, HR; Roberts, JA; Sutcliffe, MJ; Evans, RJJournal Article
Mar-2005Mutagenesis studies of conserved proline residues of human P2X receptors for ATP indicate that proline 272 contributes to channel function.Roberts, JA; Evans, RJJournal 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