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  1. K v 1.1 preserves the neural stem cell pool and facilitates neuron maturation during adult hippocampal neurogenesis
  2. Identification of motor neurons and a mechanosensitive sensory neuron in the defecation circuitry of Drosophila larvae
  3. A comprehensive search for calcium binding sites critical for TMEM16A calcium-activated chloride channel activity
  4. Cardiac BIN1 folds T-tubule membrane, controlling ion flux and limiting arrhythmia
  5. An improved monomeric infrared fluorescent protein for neuronal and tumour brain imaging
  6. Krüppel Mediates the Selective Rebalancing of Ion Channel Expression
  7. Lily Jan
  8. Epidermal Cells Are the Primary Phagocytes in the Fragmentation and Clearance of Degenerating Dendrites in Drosophila
  9. Molecular Properties of Ion Channels
  10. A PDF/NPF Neuropeptide Signaling Circuitry of Male Drosophila melanogaster Controls Rival-Induced Prolonged Mating
  11. Female contact modulates male aggression via a sexually dimorphic GABAergic circuit in Drosophila
  12. Subdued, a TMEM16 family Ca 2+ -activated Cl − channel in Drosophila melanogaster with an unexpected role in host defense
  13. Conduits of Life’s Spark: A Perspective on Ion Channel Research since the Birth of Neuron
  14. Imaging-based chemical screening reveals activity-dependent neural differentiation of pluripotent stem cells
  15. Making antisense of pain
  16. TMEM16C facilitates Na+-activated K+ currents in rat sensory neurons and regulates pain processing
  17. Potassium Channels: Their Physiological and Molecular Diversity
  18. Contribution of Potassium Channels and Calcium-Activated Chloride Channels to Neuronal Signaling
  19. Tmem16F forms a Ca2+-Activated Cation Channel Required for Lipid Scrambling in Platelets during Blood Coagulation
  20. Drosophila NOMPC is a mechanotransduction channel subunit for gentle-touch sensation
  21. Golgi Outposts Shape Dendrite Morphology by Functioning as Sites of Acentrosomal Microtubule Nucleation in Neurons
  22. Fragile X syndrome: mechanistic insights and therapeutic avenues regarding the role of potassium channels
  23. TMEM16F Forms a Ca2+-Activated Cation Channel Required for Lipid Scrambling in Platelets during Blood Coagulation
  24. Rapamycin Ameliorates Age-Dependent Obesity Associated with Increased mTOR Signaling in Hypothalamic POMC Neurons
  25. Contribution of visual and circadian neural circuits to memory for prolonged mating induced by rivals
  26. Kv1.1‐dependent control of hippocampal neuron number as revealed by mosaic analysis with double markers
  27. Calcium-Activated Chloride Channels (CaCCs) Regulate Action Potential and Synaptic Response in Hippocampal Neurons
  28. Local generation of glia is a major astrocyte source in postnatal cortex
  29. Voltage-gated Potassium Channels and the Diversity of Electrical Signaling
  30. Chemical Genetic Identification of NDR1/2 Kinase Substrates AAK1 and Rabin8 Uncovers Their Roles in Dendrite Arborization and Spine Development
  31. Integrins Regulate Repulsion-Mediated Dendritic Patterning of Drosophila Sensory Neurons by Restricting Dendrites in a 2D Space
  32. Rapamycin induces glucose intolerance in mice by reducing islet mass, insulin content, and insulin sensitivity
  33. Bidirectional Regulation of Dendritic Voltage-Gated Potassium Channels by the Fragile X Mental Retardation Protein
  34. Calcium Regulated Channels in the Tmem16 Family
  35. Scan: A Novel Small-Conductance Ca2+-Activated Non-Selective Cation Channel Encoded by TMEM16F
  36. Light-avoidance-mediating photoreceptors tile the Drosophila larval body wall
  37. The Role of the TRP Channel NompC in Drosophila Larval and Adult Locomotion
  38. A Twist on Potassium Channel Gating
  39. Erratum: Branching out: mechanisms of dendritic arborization
  40. Branching out: mechanisms of dendritic arborization
  41. G-Protein Regulation of Channels
  42. The microRNA bantam Functions in Epithelial Cells to Regulate Scaling Growth of Dendrite Arbors in Drosophila Sensory Neurons
  43. Mammalian Par3 Regulates Progenitor Cell Asymmetric Division via Notch Signaling in the Developing Neocortex
  44. A Gate Keeper for Axonal Transport
  45. Control of the Postmating Behavioral Switch in Drosophila Females by Internal Sensory Neurons
  46. Expression Cloning of TMEM16A as a Calcium-Activated Chloride Channel Subunit
  47. Dynein is required for polarized dendritic transport and uniform microtubule orientation in axons
  48. Thrilling Moment of an Inhibitory Channel
  49. Genetic and Physiologic Dissection of the Vertebrate Cardiac Conduction System
  50. Microtubule Plus-End-Tracking Proteins Target Gap Junctions Directly from the Cell Interior to Adherens Junctions
  51. Stoichiometry of Kir channels with phosphatidylinositol bisphosphate
  52. Growing Dendrites and Axons Differ in Their Reliance on the Secretory Pathway
  53. Numb and Numbl are required for maintenance of cadherin-based adhesion and polarity of neural progenitors
  54. Cellular and genetic dissection of the cardiac electric system
  55. Drosophila Sensory Neurons Require Dscam for Dendritic Self-Avoidance and Proper Dendritic Field Organization
  56. Voltage‐Gated Ion Channels
  57. Microtubule Plus-End-Tracking Proteins Target Gap Junctions Directly from the Cell Interior to Adherens Junctions
  58. Structure prediction for the down state of a potassium channel voltage sensor
  59. Channeling to the Nucleus
  60. The Microtubule Plus-End Tracking Protein EB1 Is Required for Kv1 Voltage-Gated K+ Channel Axonal Targeting
  61. Postnatal Deletion of Numb/Numblike Reveals Repair and Remodeling Capacity in the Subventricular Neurogenic Niche
  62. Turning G Proteins On and Off Using Peptide Ligands
  63. The tumour suppressor Hippo acts with the NDR kinases in dendritic tiling and maintenance
  64. Identification of E2/E3 Ubiquitinating Enzymes and Caspase Activity Regulating Drosophila Sensory Neuron Dendrite Pruning
  65. The distribution and targeting of neuronal voltage-gated ion channels
  66. Modulation of Basal and Receptor-Induced GIRK Potassium Channel Activity and Neuronal Excitability by the Mammalian PINS Homolog LGN
  67. Common Molecular Pathways Mediate Long-Term Potentiation of Synaptic Excitation and Slow Synaptic Inhibition
  68. The S4 Voltage Sensor Packs Against the Pore Domain in the KAT1 Voltage-Gated Potassium Channel
  69. Signaling mechanisms
  70. Microfluidic application-specific integrated device for monitoring direct cell-cell communication via gap junctions between individual cell pairs
  71. APC and GSK-3β Are Involved in mPar3 Targeting to the Nascent Axon and Establishment of Neuronal Polarity
  72. Control of Dendritic Branching and Tiling by the Tricornered-Kinase/Furry Signaling Pathway in Drosophila Sensory Neurons
  73. nanos and pumilio Are Essential for Dendrite Morphogenesis in Drosophila Peripheral Neurons
  74. Molecular Properties of Ion Channels
  75. Merging functional studies with structures of inward-rectifier K+ channels
  76. Inactivation of Numb and Numblike in Embryonic Dorsal Forebrain Impairs Neurogenesis and Disrupts Cortical Morphogenesis
  77. The Control of Dendrite Development
  78. Drosophila Pod-1 Crosslinks Both Actin and Microtubules and Controls the Targeting of Axons
  79. Answers and Questions from the KvAP Structures
  80. ATP-Sensitive Potassium Channel Traffic Regulation by Adenosine and Protein Kinase C
  81. M-Channels
  82. Dendrites of Distinct Classes of Drosophila Sensory Neurons Show Different Capacities for Homotypic Repulsion
  83. Lethal Giant Larvae Acts Together with Numb in Notch Inhibition and Cell Fate Specification in the Drosophila Adult Sensory Organ Precursor Lineage
  84. Different Levels of the Homeodomain Protein Cut Regulate Distinct Dendrite Branching Patterns of Drosophila Multidendritic Neurons
  85. Genomic amplification and oncogenic properties of the KCNK9 potassium channel gene
  86. The Drosophila Myosin VI Jaguar Is Required for Basal Protein Targeting and Correct Spindle Orientation in Mitotic Neuroblasts
  87. Functional Role(s) of Dimeric Complexes Formed from G-Protein-Coupled Receptors
  88. Hippocampal Neuronal Polarity Specified by Spatially Localized mPar3/mPar6 and PI 3-Kinase Activity
  89. Diverse Trafficking Patterns Due to Multiple Traffic Motifs in G Protein-Activated Inwardly Rectifying Potassium Channels from Brain and Heart
  90. Ion Channels
  91. Drosophila Stardust interacts with Crumbs to control polarity of epithelia but not neuroblasts
  92. Asymmetric cell division in the Drosophila nrevous system
  93. Sequoia, a Tramtrack-Related Zinc Finger Protein, Functions as a Pan-Neural Regulator for Dendrite and Axon Morphogenesis in Drosophila
  94. Yeast Screen for Constitutively Active Mutant G Protein–Activated Potassium Channels
  95. Adherens junctions inhibit asymmetric division in the Drosophila epithelium
  97. Expression Profile of Aging and Oxidative Stress Response inDrosophila melanogaster
  98. Signalling mechanisms
  99. Control of Dendritic Field Formation in Drosophila
  100. Taking Apart the Gating of Voltage-Gated K+ Channels
  101. The Polar T1 Interface Is Linked to Conformational Changes that Open the Voltage-Gated Potassium Channel
  102. Molecular Basis for K ATP Assembly
  103. Polarity in Cell Division
  104. Control of Cell Divisions in the Nervous System: Symmetry and Asymmetry
  105. Regulation of ATP-sensitive potassium channel function by protein kinase A-mediated phosphorylation in transfected HEK293 cells
  106. Modes of Protein Movement that Lead to the Asymmetric Localization of Partner of Numb during Drosophila Neuroblast Division
  107. Flamingo controls the planar polarity of sensory bristles and asymmetric division of sensory organ precursors in Drosophila
  108. Functional Dissociation of μ Opioid Receptor Signaling and Endocytosis
  109. Immunohistochemical localization of GABAB receptors in the rat central nervous system
  110. Transmembrane Structure of an Inwardly Rectifying Potassium Channel
  111. A New ER Trafficking Signal Regulates the Subunit Stoichiometry of Plasma Membrane KATP Channels
  112. Deletion analysis of the Drosophila Inscuteable protein reveals domains for cortical localization and asymmetric localization
  113. Chapter 1 Studies of Voltage-Dependent and Inwardly Rectifying Potassium Channels
  114. Chapter 9 The Assembly of Inwardly Rectifying Potassium Channels
  115. Chapter 17 G-Protein Control of G-Protein-Gated Potassium Channels
  116. Partner of Numb Colocalizes with Numb during Mitosis and Directs Numb Asymmetric Localization in Drosophila Neural and Muscle Progenitors
  117. Asymmetric cell division: lessons from flies and worms
  118. G-protein signaling: Fine-tuning signaling kinetics
  119. Epilepsy genes: excitement traced to potassium channels
  120. Voltage‐gated and inwardly rectifying potassium channels
  121. Xath5 Participates in a Network of bHLH Genes in the Developing Xenopus Retina
  122. G Protein-Coupled Inwardly Rectifying K+ Channels (GIRKs) Mediate Postsynaptic but Not Presynaptic Transmitter Actions in Hippocampal Neurons
  123. Miranda Is Required for the Asymmetric Localization of Prospero during Mitosis in Drosophila
  124. Ion Channels—Molecules in Action
  125. Regulation of IRK3 Inward RectifierK + Channel by m1 Acetylcholine Receptorand Intracellular Magnesium
  126. Receptor-regulated ion channels
  127. Binding of the G protein βγ subunit to multiple regions of G protein‐gated inward‐rectifying K+ channels
  129. Rho family small GTP-binding proteins in growth cone signalling
  130. Regions Responsible for the Assembly of Inwardly Rectifying Potassium Channels
  131. frazzled Encodes a Drosophila Member of the DCC Immunoglobulin Subfamily and Is Required for CNS and Motor Axon Guidance
  132. Role of inscuteable in orienting asymmetric cell divisions in Drosophila
  133. Membrane permeability
  134. Control of Daughter Cell Fates during Asymmetric Division: Interaction of Numb and Notch
  135. Asymmetric Localization of a Mammalian Numb Homolog during Mouse Cortical Neurogenesis
  136. Differential effects of the Rac GTPase on Purkinje cell axons and dendritic trunks and spines
  137. Primary structure and biophysical properties of inward rectifying K+ channel family
  138. Determination of the subunit stoichiometry of an inwardly rectifying potassium channel
  139. Evidence that direct binding of Gβγ to the GIRK1 G protein-gated inwardly rectifying K+ channel is important for channel activation
  140. Mutations that affect the length, fasciculation, or ventral orientation of specific sensory axons in the Drosophila embryo
  141. Control of rectification and permeation by residues in two distinct domains in an inward rectifier K+ channel
  142. tramtrack acts downstream of numb to specify distinct daughter cell fates during asymmetric cell divisions in the drosophila PNS
  143. Maggot's hair and bug's eye: Role of cell interactions and intrinsic factors in cell fate specification
  144. Chapter 8 The molecular organization of voltage-dependent K+ channels in vivo
  145. Potassium channels and their evolving gates
  146. Editorial overview
  147. Activation of the cloned muscarinic potassium channel by G protein βγ subunits
  148. atonal is the proneural gene for Drosophila photoreceptors
  149. Transient posterior localization of a kinesin fusion protein reflects anteroposterior polarity of the Drosophila oocyte
  150. Changing subunit composition of heteromeric NMDA receptors during development of rat cortex
  151. The role of gene cassettes in axis formation during Drosophila oogenesis
  152. Genomic Cloning and Chromosomal Localization of HRY, the Human Homolog to the Drosophila Segmentation Gene, hairy
  153. Asymmetric distribution of numb protein during division of the sensory organ precursor cell confers distinct fates to daughter cells
  154. Images of purified Shaker potassium channels
  155. Neuronal cell fate specification in Drosophila
  156. Evidence that the S6 segment of the Shaker voltage-gated K+ channel comprises part of the pore
  157. HLH proteins, fly neurogenesis, and vertebrate myogenesis
  158. Assembly of Potassium Channelsa
  159. The S4–S5 loop contributes to the ion-selective pore of potassium channels
  160. Presynaptic A-current based on heteromultimeric K+ channels detected in vivo
  161. A late role for a subset of neurogenic genes to limit sensory precursor recruitments in Drosophila embryos
  162. Primary structure and functional expression of a rat G-protein-coupled muscarinic potassium channel
  163. atonal is a proneural gene that directs chordotonal organ formation in the Drosophila peripheral nervous system
  164. Spatially localized rhomboid is required for establishment of the dorsal-ventral axis in Drosophila oogenesis
  165. Primary structure and functional expression of a mouse inward rectifier potassium channel
  166. A new factor related to TATA-binding protein has highly restricted expression patterns in Drosophila
  167. Molecular basis of K+ channel inactivation gating
  168. 111 Primary structure and functional expression of a mouse inward rectifier potassium channel
  169. Tracing neurons with a kinesin-?-galactosidase fusion protein
  170. deadpan, an essential pan-neural gene encoding an HLH protein, acts as a denominator in Drosophila sex determination
  171. Subcellular segregation of two A-type K+ channel proteins in rat central neurons
  172. Differential expression of K+ channel mRNAs in the rat brain and down-regulation in the hippocampus following seizures
  173. Tracing the roots of ion channels
  174. Neuronal specification
  175. prospero is expressed in neuronal precursors and encodes a nuclear protein that is involved in the control of axonal outgrowth in Drosophila
  176. Characterization of a mammalian cDNA for an inactivating voltage-sensitive K+ channel
  177. Putative receptor for the cytoplasmic inactivation gate in the Shaker K+ channel
  178. Alteration of voltage-dependence of Shaker potassium channel by mutations in the S4 sequence
  179. Genes required for specifying cell fates in Drosophila embryonic sensory nervous system
  180. How might the diversity of potassium channels be generated?
  181. Functional expression of Shaker K+ channels in a baculovirus-infected insect cell line
  182. Evidence for the formation of heteromultimeric potassium channels in Xenopus oocytes
  183. Similarity of the product of the Drosophila neurogenic gene big brain to transmembrane channel proteins
  184. Immunological characterization of K+ channel components from the Shaker locus and differential distribution of splicing variants in drosophila
  185. Spider toxins selectively block calcium currents in drosophila
  186. numb, a gene required in determination of cell fate during sensory organ formation in Drosophila embryos
  187. Voltage-sensitive ion channels
  188. The determination of sense organs in Drosophila: interaction of scute with daughterless
  189. daughterless, a Drosophila gene essential for both neurogenesis and sex determination, has sequence similarities to myc and the achaete-scute complex
  190. A protein component of Drosophila polar granules is encoded by vasa and has extensive sequence similarity to ATP-dependent helicases
  191. Ion Channels inDrosophila
  192. Primary structure and expression of a product from cut, a locus involved in specifying sensory organ identity in Drosophila
  193. Cloning of a probable potassium channel gene from mouse brain
  194. Expression of functional potassium channels from Shaker cDNA in Xenopus oocytes
  195. Multiple potassium–channel components are produced by alternative splicing at the Shaker locus in Drosophila
  196. Sensory neurons and peripheral pathways in Drosophila embryos
  197. Luteinizing Hormone-Releasing Hormone
  198. Genetic and Molecular Studies of a Potassium Channel Gene in Drosophila
  199. Chapter 4 Studies of Shaker Mutations Affecting a K+ Channel in Drosophila
  200. Application of drosophila molecular genetics in the study of neural function — studies of the shaker locus for a potassium channel
  201. A LHRH-like peptidergic neurotransmitter capable of ‘action at a distance’ in autonomic ganglia
  202. Genetic and Immunological Studies of the Nervous System of Drosophila melanogaster
  203. Hemocyanin–antibody labeling of rhodopsin in mouse retina for a scanning electron microscope study