Richard Keynes

University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
"Richard Keynes"
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Bernardo Rudy grad student Cambridge
John Kimura grad student 1974- Cambridge
Jared M. Diamond grad student 1961 Babraham Institute, Cambridge (Evolution Tree)
S. Rock Levinson grad student 1970-1975 Cambridge
John M. Bekkers grad student 1981-1985 Cambridge
Lawrence B. Cohen post-doc
Bertil Hille post-doc 1967-1968 Cambridge
Fredrik Elinder post-doc 1994-1998 Cambridge
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Keynes RD, Aidley DJ, Huang CLH. (2011) Nerve and muscle Nerve and Muscle. 1-183
Young JZ, Keynes R. (2005) The Functioning of the Giant Nerve Fibres of the Squid. 1938 - J.Z. and the discovery of squid giant nerve fibres. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 208: 179-80
Keynes RD. (2002) Studies of multimodal gating of the sodium channel. Novartis Foundation Symposium. 241: 5-14; discussion 14-
Keynes RD, Elinder F. (1999) The screw-helical voltage gating of ion channels. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 266: 843-52
Keynes RD, Elinder F. (1998) Modelling the activation, opening, inactivation and reopening of the voltage-gated sodium channel. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 265: 263-70
Keynes RD, Elinder F. (1998) On the slowly rising phase of the sodium gating current in the squid giant axon. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 265: 255-62
Keynes RD. (1997) Steps on the path to the origin of species. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 187: 461-71
Keynes RD. (1995) Erasmus Darwin's “Temple of Nature” Journal of Molecular Evolution. 40: 3-6
Keynes RD. (1994) The kinetics of voltage-gated ion channels. Quarterly Reviews of Biophysics. 27: 339-434
Keynes RD. (1994) The voltage sensor for the opening and closing of the sodium channel. Renal Physiology and Biochemistry. 17: 126-8
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