Daniel Blakey

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University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom 
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Role of activity in the embryonic and early postnatal cortical development
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Zoltan Molnar grad student 2002-2007 Oxford
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Blakey D, Wilson MC, Molnár Z. (2012) Termination and initial branch formation of SNAP-25-deficient thalamocortical fibres in heterochronic organotypic co-cultures. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 35: 1586-94
Molnár Z, Wang WZ, Piñon MC, et al. (2010) Subplate and the formation of the earliest cerebral cortical circuits New Aspects of Axonal Structure and Function. 19-31
Thornton J, Blakey D, Scanlon E, et al. (2006) The ammonia channel protein AmtB from Escherichia coli is a polytopic membrane protein with a cleavable signal peptide. Fems Microbiology Letters. 258: 114-20
Price DJ, Kennedy H, Dehay C, et al. (2006) The development of cortical connections. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 23: 910-20
Molnár Z, Blakey D, Bystron I, et al. (2006) Tract-tracing in developing systems and in postmortem human material using carbocyanine dyes Neuroanatomical Tract-Tracing 3: Molecules, Neurons, and Systems. 366-393
Conroy MJ, Jamieson SJ, Blakey D, et al. (2004) Electron and atomic force microscopy of the trimeric ammonium transporter AmtB. Embo Reports. 5: 1153-8
Blakey D, Leech A, Thomas GH, et al. (2002) Purification of the Escherichia coli ammonium transporter AmtB reveals a trimeric stoichiometry. The Biochemical Journal. 364: 527-35
Coutts G, Thomas G, Blakey D, et al. (2002) Membrane sequestration of the signal transduction protein GlnK by the ammonium transporter AmtB. The Embo Journal. 21: 536-45
Fisher KD, Ulbrich K, Subr V, et al. (2000) A versatile system for receptor-mediated gene delivery permits increased entry of DNA into target cells, enhanced delivery to the nucleus and elevated rates of transgene expression. Gene Therapy. 7: 1337-43
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