Eric M. Lasater

University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT 
"Eric Lasater"
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Vigh J, Lasater EM. (2004) L-type calcium channels mediate transmitter release in isolated, wide-field retinal amacrine cells. Visual Neuroscience. 21: 129-34
Vigh J, Lasater EM. (2003) Intracellular calcium release resulting from mGluR1 receptor activation modulates GABAA currents in wide-field retinal amacrine cells: a study with caffeine. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 17: 2237-48
Vigh J, Solessio E, Morgans CW, et al. (2003) Ionic mechanisms mediating oscillatory membrane potentials in wide-field retinal amacrine cells. Journal of Neurophysiology. 90: 431-43
Solessio E, Lasater EM. (2002) Calcium-induced calcium release and calcium buffering in retinal horizontal cells. Visual Neuroscience. 19: 713-25
Lasater EM, Solessio E. (2002) Regulation of voltage-sensitive Ca2+ channels in bipolar cells by divalent cations and polyamines. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. 514: 275-89
Solessio E, Vigh J, Cuenca N, et al. (2002) Membrane properties of an unusual intrinsically oscillating, wide-field teleost retinal amacrine cell. The Journal of Physiology. 544: 831-47
Perlman I, Solessio E, Lasater EM. (2001) Potassium conductances and the glutamate transporter in Müller cells of the turtle retina and their role in potassium siphoning. Progress in Brain Research. 131: 451-63
Lasater EM, Liu Y. (2001) Properties of turtle retinal ganglion cell GABA receptors. Progress in Brain Research. 131: 319-31
Solessio E, Rapp K, Perlman I, et al. (2001) Spermine mediates inward rectification in potassium channels of turtle retinal Müller cells. Journal of Neurophysiology. 85: 1357-67
Solessio E, Linn DM, Perlman I, et al. (2000) Characterization with barium of potassium currents in turtle retinal Müller cells. Journal of Neurophysiology. 83: 418-30
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