Richard H. Ashley

RETIRED University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom 
Ion Channels
"Richard Ashley"
Mean distance: 16.63 (cluster 32)


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Rory Duncan grad student Edinburgh
H E. Findlay grad student Edinburgh
N Karoulias grad student Edinburgh
C Martin grad student Edinburgh
Harpreet Singh grad student UCLA
Irina Proutski post-doc Edinburgh (Cell Biology Tree)
Wipa Suginta post-doc Edinburgh (Chemistry Tree)
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Singh H, Cousin MA, Ashley RH. (2007) Functional reconstitution of mammalian 'chloride intracellular channels' CLIC1, CLIC4 and CLIC5 reveals differential regulation by cytoskeletal actin. The Febs Journal. 274: 6306-16
Singh H, Ashley RH. (2007) CLIC4 (p64H1) and its putative transmembrane domain form poorly selective, redox-regulated ion channels. Molecular Membrane Biology. 24: 41-52
Singh H, Ashley RH. (2006) Redox regulation of CLIC1 by cysteine residues associated with the putative channel pore. Biophysical Journal. 90: 1628-38
Siritapetawee J, Prinz H, Samosornsuk W, et al. (2004) Functional reconstitution, gene isolation and topology modelling of porins from Burkholderia pseudomallei and Burkholderia thailandensis. The Biochemical Journal. 377: 579-87
Proutski I, Karoulias N, Ashley RH. (2002) Overexpressed chloride intracellular channel protein CLIC4 (p64H1) is an essential component of novel plasma membrane anion channels. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications. 297: 317-22
Suginta W, Karoulias N, Aitken A, et al. (2001) Chloride intracellular channel protein CLIC4 (p64H1) binds directly to brain dynamin I in a complex containing actin, tubulin and 14-3-3 isoforms. The Biochemical Journal. 359: 55-64
Hughes ES, Shaw KM, Ashley RH. (2001) Mutagenesis and functional reconstitution of chlamydial major outer membrane proteins: VS4 domains are not required for pore formation but modify channel function. Infection and Immunity. 69: 1671-8
Martin C, Chapman KE, Thornton S, et al. (1999) Changes in the expression of myometrial ryanodine receptor mRNAs during human pregnancy. Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta. 1451: 343-52
Martin C, Hyvelin JM, Chapman KE, et al. (1999) Pregnant rat myometrial cells show heterogeneous ryanodine- and caffeine-sensitive calcium stores. The American Journal of Physiology. 277: C243-52
Hadad N, Martin C, Ashley RH, et al. (1999) Characterization of sheep brain ryanodine receptor ATP binding site by photoaffinity labeling. Febs Letters. 455: 251-6
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