Gerald W. Zamponi

Affiliations: 
Physiology and Pharmacology University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada 
Area:
calcium channels
Website:
http://www.ucalgary.ca/physiology/faculty/primary-members/gerald-w-zamponi
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Duran P, Loya-López S, Ran D, et al. (2022) The natural product Argentatin C attenuates postoperative pain via inhibition of voltage-gated sodium and T-type voltage-gated calcium channels. British Journal of Pharmacology
Akman D, Denzinger K, Huang S, et al. (2022) Focusing on C-4 position of Hantzsch 1,4-dihydropyridines: Molecular modifications, enantioseparation, and binding mechanism to L- and T-type calcium channels. European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry. 244: 114787
Weiss N, Zamponi GW. (2022) The omega of TRPM7 channels in trigeminal neuralgia. Pflugers Archiv : European Journal of Physiology
Harding EK, Zamponi GW. (2022) The calcium channel terminator: hasta la vista pain. Trends in Pharmacological Sciences
Defaye M, Iftinca MC, Gadotti VM, et al. (2022) The neuronal tyrosine kinase receptor ligand ALKAL2 mediates persistent pain. The Journal of Clinical Investigation
Ferron L, Guderyan SD, Smith EJ, et al. (2022) Caβ-subunit dependence of forward and reverse trafficking of Ca1.2 calcium channels. Molecular Brain. 15: 43
Harding EK, Zamponi GW. (2022) Central and peripheral contributions of T-type calcium channels in pain. Molecular Brain. 15: 39
Gambeta E, Gandini MA, Souza IA, et al. (2022) CaV3.2 calcium channels contribute to trigeminal neuralgia. Pain
Kevin RC, Mirlohi S, Manning JJ, et al. (2022) Putative Synthetic Cannabinoids MEPIRAPIM, 5F-BEPIRAPIM (NNL-2), and Their Analogues Are T-Type Calcium Channel (Ca3) Inhibitors. Acs Chemical Neuroscience
Garcia-Caballero A, Gadotti VM, Ali MY, et al. (2022) A Synthetically Accessible Small-Molecule Inhibitor of USP5-Cav3.2 Calcium Channel Interactions with Analgesic Properties. Acs Chemical Neuroscience. 13: 524-536
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