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Dr Sarah Hall  -  PhD


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Selected Publications

Hall, S.K., Zhang, J. & Lieberman, M. (1995). Cyclic AMP prevents activation of a swelling-induced chloride-sensitive conductance in embryonic chick heart cells. Journal of Physiology (Lond.) 488(2); 359-369.

Hall, S.K., Zhang, J. & Lieberman, M. (1997). An early transient current is associated with hyposmotic swelling and volume regulation in embryonic chick cardiac myocytes. Experimental Physiology 82; 43-54

Clark, A.G., Hall, S.K. & Shipston, M.J. (1999). ATP inhibition of a mouse brain large-conductance K+ (mslo) channel variant by a mechanism independent of protein phosphorylation. Journal of Physiology 516.1; 45-53.

Hall, S.K. & Armstrong, D.L. (2000) Conditional and unconditional inhibition of calcium-activated potassium channels by reversible protein phosphorylation. Journal of Biological Chemistry 275 (6); 3749-3754

Jennings, P; Gould, T.M. & Hall, S.K. (2000). Laser confocal imaging reveals volume regulation in guinea-pig cardiac myocytes. Journal of Physiology 526.P; 88P

Hall, S.K. & Jennings, P (2000). Swelling of guinea-pig cardiac myocytes causes a transient increase in L-type calcium current amplitude. Journal of Physiology 526.P; 89P.

Hall, S.K. & Assender J.W. (2001). The mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAPK) pathway mediates volume regulation in embryonic chick cardiac myocytes. Journal of Physiology 536.P; 106.P

Hall, S.K.; Rofe, C.J.; Lewis, O & Evans, D.J.R. (2001). Dynamic rearrangement of microtubules is an important component of the volume regulatory response in embryonic chick cardiac myocytes. Journal of Physiology 536.P; 80.P