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2011Reduction of complex signaling networks to a representative kernel.Kim, JR; Kim, J; Kwon, YK; Lee, HY; Heslop-Harrison, P; Cho, KHJournal Article
7-Dec-2010M3-muscarinic receptor promotes insulin release via receptor phosphorylation/arrestin-dependent activation of protein kinase D1.Kong, KC; Butcher, AJ; McWilliams, P; Jones, D; Wess, J; Hamdan, FF; Werry, T; Rosethorne, EM; Charlton, SJ; Munson, SE; Cragg, HA; Smart, AD; Tobin, ABJournal Article
1-May-2010Regulation of Kv channel expression and neuronal excitability in rat medial nucleus of the trapezoid body maintained in organotypic culture.Tong, H; Steinert, JR; Robinson, SW; Chernova, T; Read, DJ; Oliver, DL; Forsythe, IDJournal Article
2012Physiological role of G-protein coupled receptor phosphorylation.Butcher, AJ; Kong, KC; Prihandoko, R; Tobin, ABJournal Article
Sep-2010Mevastatin accelerates loss of synaptic proteins and neurite degeneration in aging cortical neurons in a heme-independent manner.Kannan, M; Steinert, JR; Forsythe, ID; Smith, AG; Chernova, TJournal Article
1-Dec-2010Acute hyperbilirubinaemia induces presynaptic neurodegeneration at a central glutamatergic synapse.Haustein, MD; Read, DJ; Steinert, JR; Pilati, N; Dinsdale, D; Forsythe, IDJournal Article
Jun-2011Modulation of the novel cannabinoid receptor - GPR55 - during rat fetoplacental development.Fonseca, BM; Teixeira, NA; Almada, M; Taylor, AH; Konje, JC; Correia-da-Silva, GJournal Article
1-Feb-2010Endothelin signalling in arterial smooth muscle is tightly regulated by G protein-coupled receptor kinase 2.Morris, GE; Nelson, CP; Standen, NB; Challiss, RA; Willets, JMJournal Article
28-Jul-2011Nitric oxide is an activity-dependent regulator of target neuron intrinsic excitability.Steinert, J.R.; Robinson, S.W.; Tong, H.; Haustein, M.D.; Kopp-Scheinpflug, Cornelia; Forsythe, I.D.Journal Article
Dec-2011cAMP inhibits mammalian target of rapamycin complex-1 and -2 (mTORC1 and 2) by promoting complex dissociation and inhibiting mTOR kinase activity.Xie, J; Ponuwei, GA; Moore, CE; Willars, GB; Tee, AR; Herbert, TPJournal Article