Kenneth Robinson

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Biology Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, United States 
Area:
endogenous electrical fields
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Graham DM, Huang L, Robinson KR, et al. (2013) Epidermal keratinocyte polarity and motility require Ca²⁺ influx through TRPV1. Journal of Cell Science. 126: 4602-13
Huang L, Cormie P, Messerli MA, et al. (2009) The involvement of Ca2+ and integrins in directional responses of zebrafish keratocytes to electric fields. Journal of Cellular Physiology. 219: 162-72
McKasson MJ, Huang L, Robinson KR. (2008) Chick embryonic Schwann cells migrate anodally in small electrical fields. Experimental Neurology. 211: 585-7
Robinson KR, Cormie P. (2008) Electric field effects on human spinal injury: Is there a basis in the in vitro studies? Developmental Neurobiology. 68: 274-80
Cormie P, Robinson KR. (2007) Embryonic zebrafish neuronal growth is not affected by an applied electric field in vitro. Neuroscience Letters. 411: 128-32
Adams DS, Robinson KR, Fukumoto T, et al. (2006) Early, H+-V-ATPase-dependent proton flux is necessary for consistent left-right patterning of non-mammalian vertebrates. Development (Cambridge, England). 133: 1657-71
Messerli MA, Smith PJ, Lewis RC, et al. (2004) Chloride fluxes in lily pollen tubes: a critical reevaluation. The Plant Journal : For Cell and Molecular Biology. 40: 799-812
Dutta R, Robinson KR. (2004) Identification and characterization of stretch-activated ion channels in pollen protoplasts. Plant Physiology. 135: 1398-406
Pu R, Robinson KR. (2003) The involvement of Ca(2+) gradients, Ca(2+) fluxes, and CaM kinase II in polarization and germination of Silvetia compressa zygotes. Planta. 217: 407-16
Robinson KR, Messerli MA. (2003) Left/right, up/down: the role of endogenous electrical fields as directional signals in development, repair and invasion. Bioessays : News and Reviews in Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology. 25: 759-66
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