Alessandra Amato

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University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom 
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David Attwell grad student 1991-1994 UCL
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Amato A, Connolly CN, Moss SJ, et al. (1999) Modulation of neuronal and recombinant GABAA receptors by redox reagents. The Journal of Physiology. 517: 35-50
McDonald BJ, Amato A, Connolly CN, et al. (1998) Adjacent phosphorylation sites on GABAA receptor beta subunits determine regulation by cAMP-dependent protein kinase. Nature Neuroscience. 1: 23-8
Krishek BJ, Amato A, Connolly CN, et al. (1996) Proton sensitivity of the GABA(A) receptor is associated with the receptor subunit composition. The Journal of Physiology. 492: 431-43
Amato A, Al-Mohanna FA, Bolsover SR. (1996) Spatial organization of calcium dynamics in growth cones of sensory neurones Developmental Brain Research. 92: 101-110
Moss SJ, Gorrie GH, Amato A, et al. (1995) Modulation of GABAA receptors by tyrosine phosphorylation. Nature. 377: 344-8
Amato A, Barbour B, Szatkowski M, et al. (1994) Counter-transport of potassium by the glutamate uptake carrier in glial cells isolated from the tiger salamander retina. The Journal of Physiology. 479: 371-80
Amato A, Ballerini L, Attwell D. (1994) Intracellular pH changes produced by glutamate uptake in rat hippocampal slices. Journal of Neurophysiology. 72: 1686-96
Bouvier M, Amato A, Attwell D. (1994) Molecular biology and physiology of glutamate transporters Seminars in the Neurosciences. 6: 117-125
Amato A, Ballerini L, Attwell D. (1993) Fluorescent detection of glutamate uptake in rat hippocampal slices from the pH change uptake produces Journal of Physiology. 473: 2P
Amato A, Adams D, Attwell DA. (1993) Detection of K+ transported out of isolated salamander glial cells on the glutamate uptake carrier Journal of Physiology. 473: 26P
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