Colin G. Nichols

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Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO, United States 
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ion channels
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Dan C Li research assistant 2011-2015
Sacha A. Malin grad student 2001 Washington University
Catherine-Ann Cukras grad student 2003 Washington University
Lee R. Phillips grad student 2003 Washington University
Ricard Masia grad student 2008 Washington University
Wayland W. Cheng grad student 2012 Washington University
Paige E. Cooper grad student 2010-2015 Washington University School of Medicine
Show-Ling Shyng post-doc Washington University
William F. Borschel post-doc 2013- Washington University
Nazzareno D'Avanzo post-doc 2009-2012 (Physiology Academic Tree)
Jonathan R. Silva post-doc 2011-2012 Washington University (Biomechanics Tree)
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McClenaghan C, Nichols CG. (2022) Kir6.1 and SUR2B and Cantú syndrome. American Journal of Physiology. Cell Physiology
Davis MJ, Kim HJ, Nichols CG. (2022) K channels in Lymphatic Function. American Journal of Physiology. Cell Physiology
Nichols CG, York NW, Remedi MS. (2022) ATP-Sensitive Potassium Channels in Hyperinsulinism and Type 2 Diabetes: Inconvenient Paradox or New Paradigm? Diabetes. 71: 367-375
D'Avanzo N, Miles AJ, Powl AM, et al. (2022) The T1-tetramerization Domain of Kv1.2 Rescues Expression and Preserves Function of a Truncated NaChBac Sodium Channel. Febs Letters
Singareddy SS, Roessler HI, McClenaghan C, et al. (2021) ATP-sensitive potassium channels in zebrafish cardiac and vascular smooth muscle. The Journal of Physiology
Kim HJ, Li M, Nichols CG, et al. (2021) Large-conductance calcium-activated K channels, rather than K channels, mediate the inhibitory effects of nitric oxide on mouse lymphatic pumping. British Journal of Pharmacology
Matamoros M, Nichols CG. (2021) Pore-forming transmembrane domains control ion selectivity and selectivity filter conformation in the KirBac1.1 potassium channel. The Journal of General Physiology. 153
Zhang H, Hanson AM, Scherf de Almeida TU, et al. (2021) Complex consequences of Cantu Syndrome SUR2 variant R1154Q in genetically modified mice. Jci Insight
Scala R, Maqoud F, Zizzo N, et al. (2020) Pathophysiological Consequences of KATP Channel Overactivity and Pharmacological Response to Glibenclamide in Skeletal Muscle of a Murine Model of Cantù Syndrome. Frontiers in Pharmacology. 11: 604885
York NW, Parker H, Xie Z, et al. (2020) Kir6.1- and SUR2-dependent KATP over-activity disrupts intestinal motility in murine models of Cantu Syndrome. Jci Insight
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