Sarah K. Hall

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School of Biosciences University of Cardiff, Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom 
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Hall SK, Armstrong DL. (2000) Conditional and unconditional inhibition of calcium-activated potassium channels by reversible protein phosphorylation. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 275: 3749-54
Clark AG, Hall SK, Shipston MJ. (1999) ATP inhibition of a mouse brain large-conductance K+ (mslo) channel variant by a mechanism independent of protein phosphorylation. The Journal of Physiology. 516: 45-53
Hall SK, Zhang J, Lieberman M. (1997) An early transient current is associated with hyposmotic swelling and volume regulation in embryonic chick cardiac myocytes Experimental Physiology. 82: 43-54
Hall SK, Zhang J, Lieberman M. (1995) Cyclic AMP prevents activation of a swelling-induced chloride-sensitive conductance in chick heart cells Journal of Physiology. 488: 359-369
Fry CH, Griffiths H, Hall SK. (1993) Actions of extracellular chloride ion substitution on contractility of isolated ventricular myocardium. Cardiovascular Research. 27: 856-60
Zhang J, Rasmusson RL, Hall SK, et al. (1993) A chloride current associated with swelling of cultured chick heart cells Journal of Physiology. 472: 801-820
Hall SK, Fry CH. (1992) Magnesium affects excitation, conduction, and contraction of isolated mammalian cardiac muscle. The American Journal of Physiology. 263: H622-33
Hall SK, Fry CH, Buri A, et al. (1991) Use of ion-sensitive microelectrodes to study intracellular free magnesium concentration and its regulation in mammalian cardiac muscle. Magnesium and Trace Elements. 10: 80-9
Fry CH, Hall SK, Blatter LA, et al. (1990) Analysis and presentation of intracellular measurements obtained with ion-selective microelectrodes. Experimental Physiology. 75: 187-98
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