Kathleen Dunlap

Affiliations: 
Tufts University, Boston 
Area:
Calcium channel modulation
Website:
http://www.tufts.edu/sackler/facultyIntros/dunlapK.html
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Damiano CR, Cockrell DC, Dunlap K, et al. (2015) Neural mechanisms of negative reinforcement in children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorders. Journal of Neurodevelopmental Disorders. 7: 12
Damiano CR, Aloi J, Dunlap K, et al. (2014) Association between the oxytocin receptor (OXTR) gene and mesolimbic responses to rewards. Molecular Autism. 5: 7
Erickson MA, Haburćák M, Smukler L, et al. (2007) Altered functional expression of Purkinje cell calcium channels precedes motor dysfunction in tottering mice. Neuroscience. 150: 547-55
Dunlap K. (2007) Calcium channels are models of self-control. The Journal of General Physiology. 129: 379-83
Lazaroff M, Dunlap K, Chikaraishi DM. (1996) A CNS catecholaminergic cell line expresses voltage-gated currents. The Journal of Membrane Biology. 151: 279-91
Loechner KJ, Kream RM, Dunlap K. (1996) Calcium currents in a pituitary cell line (AtT-20): differential roles in stimulus-secretion coupling. Endocrinology. 137: 1429-37
Naranjo D, Plant C, Dunlap K, et al. (1994) Two subcellular mechanisms underlie calcium-dependent facilitation of bioluminescence. Neuron. 13: 1293-301
Cox DH, Dunlap K. (1994) Inactivation of N-type calcium current in chick sensory neurons: calcium and voltage dependence. The Journal of General Physiology. 104: 311-36
Cox DH, Dunlap K. (1992) Pharmacological discrimination of N-type from L-type calcium current and its selective modulation by transmitters. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 12: 906-14
Rane SG, Walsh MP, McDonald JR, et al. (1989) Specific inhibitors of protein kinase C block transmitter-induced modulation of sensory neuron calcium current. Neuron. 3: 239-45
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