JacSue Kehoe

Laboratoire de Neurobiologie École normale supérieure Paris, Paris, Île-de-France, France 
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Blarre T, Bertrand HO, Acher FC, et al. (2014) Molecular determinants of agonist selectivity in glutamate-gated chloride channels which likely explain the agonist selectivity of the vertebrate glycine and GABAA-ρ receptors. Plos One. 9: e108458
Tieman TL, Steel DJ, Gor Y, et al. (2001) A pertussis toxin-sensitive 8-lipoxygenase pathway is activated by a nicotinic acetylcholine receptor in aplysia neurons. Journal of Neurophysiology. 85: 2150-8
Kehoe J, Vulfius C. (2000) Independence of and interactions between GABA-, glutamate-, and acetylcholine-activated Cl conductances in Aplysia neurons. The Journal of Neuroscience. 20: 8585-8596
Kehoe J, McIntosh JM. (1998) Two Distinct Nicotinic Receptors, One Pharmacologically Similar to the Vertebrate α7-Containing Receptor, Mediate Cl Currents inAplysia Neurons The Journal of Neuroscience. 18: 8198-8213
Kehoe J. (1994) Glutamate Activates a K+ Conductance Increase in Aplysia Neurons That Appears to Be Independent of G Proteins Neuron. 13: 691-702
Regehr W, Kehoe JS, Ascher P, et al. (1993) Synaptically triggered action potentials in dendrites. Neuron. 11: 145-51
Kehoe J. (1990) Cyclic AMP-induced slow inward current: its synaptic manifestation in Aplysia neurons The Journal of Neuroscience. 10: 3208-3218
Kehoe J. (1990) Cyclic AMP-induced slow inward current in depolarized neurons of Aplysia californica. The Journal of Neuroscience. 10: 3194-3207
Kehoe J. (1978) Transformation by concanavalin A of the response of molluscan neurones to L-glutamate. Nature. 274: 866-869
Kehoe J, Sealock R, Bon C. (1976) Effects of α-toxins fromBungarus multicinctus andBungarus caeruleus on cholinergic responses inAplysia neurones Brain Research. 107: 527-540
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