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42. Lewis, R.S. and M.D. Cahalan. 1989
.Mitogen-induced oscillations of cytosolic Ca2+ and transmembrane Ca2+ current in human leukemic T cells.
Cell Regulation 1: 99-112. pdf

 

   
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41. Sands, S.B., R.S. Lewis, and M.D. Cahalan. 1989.
Charybdotoxin blocks voltage-gated K+ channels in human and murine T lymphocytes.
Journal of General Physiology 93: 1061-1074. pdf

 

   
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40. Grissmer, S. and M.D. Cahalan. 1989.
Divalent ion trapping inside potassium channels of human T lymphocytes.
Journal of General Physiology 93: 609-630. pdf

 

   
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39. Grissmer, S. and M.D. Cahalan. 1989.
TEA prevents inactivation while blocking open K+ channels in human T lymphocytes.
Biophysical Journal 55: 203-206.

 

   
   

38. Sutro, J.B., B.S. Vayuvegula, S. Gupta, and M.D. Cahalan. 1989.
Voltage-sensitive ion channels in human B lymphocytes.
Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology 254: 113-122.

 

   
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37. Grissmer, S., M.D. Cahalan, and K.G. Chandy. 1988.
Abundant expression of type l K+ channels: a marker for lymphoproliferative diseases?
Journal of Immunology 141: 1137-1142. pdf

 

   
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36. Lewis, R.S. and M.D. Cahalan. 1988.
The plasticity of ionic channels: parallels between the nervous and immune systems.
Trends in Neuroscience 11: 214-218.

 

   
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35. Cahalan, M.D. and R.S. Lewis. 1988.
Role of potassium and chloride channels in volume regulation by T lymphocytes.
pp. 282-301 in Cell Physiology of Blood, R. Gunn, J. Parker, (eds.) Rockefeller University Press, NY

 

 
 

34. Lewis, R.S. and M.D. Cahalan. 1988.
Subset-specific expression of potassium channels in developing murine T lymphocytes.
Science 239: 771-775. (cover illustration)

 
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33. Pappone, P.A. and M.D. Cahalan. 1987.
Pandinus imperator scorpion venom blocks voltage-gated potassium channels in nerve fibers.
Journal of Neuroscience 7: 3300-3305. pdf

 

   
 

32. Cahalan, M.D., K.G. Chandy, T.E. DeCoursey, S. Gupta, R. Lewis, and J. Sutro. 1987.
Ion channels in T lymphocytes.
Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology 213: 85-102.

 

   
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31. DeCoursey, T.E., K.G. Chandy, S. Gupta, and M.D. Cahalan. 1987.
Mitogen induction of ion channels in murine T lymphocytes.
Journal of General Physiology 89: 405-420. pdf

 

   
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30. DeCoursey, T.E., K.G. Chandy, S. Gupta, and M.D. Cahalan. 1987.
Two types of potassium channels in murine T lymphocytes.
Journal of General Physiology 89: 379-404. pdf

 

   
   

29. Chandy, K.G., T.E. DeCoursey, M. Fischbach, N. Talal, M.D. Cahalan, and S. Gupta. 1986.
Altered K+ channel expression in abnormal T lymphocytes from mice with the lpr gene mutation.
Science 233: 1197-1200.

 

   
   

28. Pappone, P.A. and M.D. Cahalan. 1986.
Ion permeation in cell membranes.
pp 249-272 in Physiology of Membrane Disorders, T.E. Andreoli, J.F. Hoffman, D.D. Fanestil and S.G. Schultz, eds., Plenum, New York.

 

   
   

27. Gupta, S., K.G. Chandy, B. Vayuvegula, T.E. DeCoursey, and M.D. Cahalan. 1985.
Role of potassium channels in interleukin-1 and interleukin-2 synthesis, and interleukin-2 receptor expression.
pp. 39-44 in Cellular and Molecular Biology of Lymphokines. Academic Press, San Diego.

 

   
   

26. DeCoursey, T.E., K.G. Chandy, S. Gupta, and M.D. Cahalan. 1985.
Voltage-dependent ion channels in T lymphocytes.
Journal of Neuroimmunology 10: 71-85.

 

   
   

25. Chandy, K.G., T.E. DeCoursey, M.D. Cahalan, and S. Gupta. 1985.
Electroimmunology: the physiological role of ion channels in the immune system.
Journal of Immunology l35: 787-791. pdf

 

   
   

24. Chandy, K.G., T.E. DeCoursey, M.D. Cahalan, and S. Gupta. 1985.
Ion channels in lymphocytes.
Journal of Clinical Immunology 5: 1-6.

 

   
   

23. Cahalan, M.D., K.G. Chandy, T.E. DeCoursey, and S. Gupta. 1985.
A voltage-gated K+ channel in human T lymphocytes.
Journal of Physiology 358: 197-237.

 

   
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22. Pappone, P.A. and M.D. Cahalan. 1985.
Demyelination as a test for a mobile Na channel modulator in frog node of Ranvier.
Biophysical Journal 47: 2l7-233.

 

   
 

21. Chandy, K.G., T.E. DeCoursey, M.D. Cahalan, C. McLaughlin, S. Gupta. 1984.
Voltage-gated potassium channels are required for human T lymphocyte activation.
Journal of Experimental Medicine l60: 369-385. pdf

 

   
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20. Pappone, P.A. and M.D. Cahalan. 1984.
Chemical modification of potassium channels in myelinated nerve fibers: treatment with TNBS or high pH causes resistance to block by 4-aminopyridine.
Biophysical Journal 45: 62-64.

 

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19. DeCoursey, T.E., K.G. Chandy, S. Gupta, and M.D. Cahalan. 1984
.Voltage-gated K channels in human T lymphocytes: a role in mitogenesis?
Nature 307: 465-468. (cover illustration)

 

 
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18. Cahalan, M.D. and P.A. Pappone. 1983.
Chemical modification of potassium channel gating in frog myelinated nerve by trinitrobenzene sulfonic acid.
Journal of Physiology 342: 119-143.

 

   
 

17. Cahalan, M.D. and Hall, J.E. 1982
Alamethicin channels incorporated into frog node of Ranvier: Calcium-induced inactivation and membrane surface charges.
Journal of General Physiology 79: 411-436. pdf

 

   
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16. Hall, J.E. and M.D. Cahalan. 1982.
Calcium-induced inactivation of alamethicin in asymmetric lipid bilayers.
Journal of General Physiology 79: 387-409. pdf

 

   
 

15. Strichartz, G., R. Hahin, and M. Cahalan. 1981.
Pharmacological models for sodium channels producing abnormal impulse activity.
pp 98-129 in Abnormal Nerves and Muscles as Impulse Generators. Oxford University Press, London.

 

   
   

14. Cahalan, M.D. and P.A. Pappone. 1981.
Chemical modification of sodium channel surface charges in frog skeletal muscle by trinitrobenzene sulfonic acid.
Journal of Physiology 321: 127-139.

 

   
   

13. Almers, W. and M. Cahalan. 1980.
Block of sodium channels by internally applied drugs: two receptors for tertiary and quaternary amine compounds.
Adv. Physiol. Sci. Vol. 4: 67-74, Physiology of excitable membranes. J. Salanki (Ed.). Pergamon Press.

 

   
   

12. Cahalan, M.D., W. Almers, and B.I.Shapiro. 1980.
Relationship between inactivation of sodium channels and block by quaternary derivatives of local anesthetics and other compounds,
pp. 17-33 in Molecular Mechanism of Anesthesia (Progress in Anesthesiology, Vol. 2). B.R. Fink (Ed.), Raven, New York.

 

   
   

11. Cahalan, M.D. 1980.
Molecular properties of sodium channels in excitable membranes,
pp. 1-47 in Cell Surface Reviews VI: The Cell Surface and Neuronal Function. C. Cotman, G. Poste, and G. Nicolson (Eds.), Elsevier.

 

   
   

10. Begenisich, T.B. and M.D. Cahalan. 1980.
Sodium channel permeation II: nonindependence and current-voltage relations.
Journal of Physiology 307: 243-257.

 

   
   

9. Begenisich, T.B. and M.D. Cahalan. 1980.
Sodium channel permeation I: reversal potential experiments.
Journal of Physiology 307: 217-242.

 

   
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8. Cahalan, M. and W. Almers. 1979.
Block of sodium conductance and gating current in squid giant axons poisoned with quaternary strychnine.
Biophysical Journal 27: 57-74.

 

   
 

7. Cahalan M. and W. Almers. 1979.
Interactions between quaternary lidocaine, the sodium channel gates and tetrodotoxin.
Biophysical Journal 27: 39-56.

 

   
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6. Begenisich, T. and M. Cahalan. 1978.
Nonindependence and selectivity in sodium channels
pp. 113-122 in Membrane Transport Processes, Vol. 3: Ion Permeation through Membrane Channels. C.F. Stevens and R.W. Tsien (Eds.,), Raven, New York.

 

   
 

5. Cahalan, M. 1978.
Local anesthetic block of sodium channels in normal and pronase-treated squid giant axons.
Biophysical Journal 23: 285-311.

 

   
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4. Cahalan, M. 1978.
Voltage clamp studies on the node of Ranvier
pp. 155-168 in Physiology and Pathobiology of Axons. S.G. Waxman (Ed.), Raven Press, New York.

 

   
 

3. Cahalan, M. and T. Begenisich. 1976.
Sodium channel selectivity: dependence on internal permeant ion concentration.
Journal of General Physiology 68: 111-125.

 

   
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2. Cahalan, M. 1975.
Modification of sodium channel gating in frog myelinated nerve fibres by Centruroides sculpturatus scorpion venom.
Journal of Physiology 244: 511-534.

 

   
 

1. Cahalan, M. 1974.
Modifications of sodium channel gating by neurotoxins.
Doctoral dissertation. The University of Washington. University Microfilms, Inc., Ann Arbor, Michigan.

 

   
 
 

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