Ian J. Reynolds

"Ian Reynolds"
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Liu HY, Gale JR, Reynolds IJ, et al. (2021) The Multifaceted Roles of Zinc in Neuronal Mitochondrial Dysfunction. Biomedicines. 9
Aizenman E, Loring RH, Reynolds IJ, et al. (2020) The Redox Biology of Excitotoxic Processes: The NMDA Receptor, TOPA Quinone, and the Oxidative Liberation of Intracellular Zinc. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 14: 778
Divakaruni AS, Wallace M, Buren C, et al. (2017) Inhibition of the mitochondrial pyruvate carrier protects from excitotoxic neuronal death. The Journal of Cell Biology
Le Poul E, Boléa C, Girard F, et al. (2012) A potent and selective metabotropic glutamate receptor 4 positive allosteric modulator improves movement in rodent models of Parkinson's disease. The Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics. 343: 167-77
Nikonova EV, Xiong Y, Tanis KQ, et al. (2012) Transcriptional responses to loss or gain of function of the leucine-rich repeat kinase 2 (LRRK2) gene uncover biological processes modulated by LRRK2 activity. Human Molecular Genetics. 21: 163-74
Chen HK, Ji ZS, Dodson SE, et al. (2011) Apolipoprotein E4 domain interaction mediates detrimental effects on mitochondria and is a potential therapeutic target for Alzheimer disease. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 286: 5215-21
Rintoul GL, Reynolds IJ. (2010) Mitochondrial trafficking and morphology in neuronal injury. Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta. 1802: 143-50
Chen H, Ji Z, Miranda RD, et al. (2009) Apolipoprotein E4-induced mitochondrial dysfunction depends on its structure and can be rescued by a structure corrector Alzheimers & Dementia. 5: 307
Dineley KE, Devinney MJ, Zeak JA, et al. (2008) Glutamate mobilizes [Zn2+] through Ca2+ -dependent reactive oxygen species accumulation. Journal of Neurochemistry. 106: 2184-93
Malin SA, Davis BM, Koerber HR, et al. (2008) Thermal nociception and TRPV1 function are attenuated in mice lacking the nucleotide receptor P2Y2. Pain. 138: 484-96
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