Annette Dolphin, PhD

University College London, London, United Kingdom 
Calcium Channels
"Annette Dolphin"
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Dolphin AC, Kadurin I. (2020) Fight or flight: The culprit is lurking in the neighbourhood. Cell Calcium. 87: 102180
Ferron L, Novazzi CG, Pilch KS, et al. (2020) FMRP regulates presynaptic localization of neuronal voltage gated calcium channels. Neurobiology of Disease. 104779
Meyer JO, Dahimene S, Page KM, et al. (2019) Disruption of the Key Ca Binding Site in the Selectivity Filter of Neuronal Voltage-Gated Calcium Channels Inhibits Channel Trafficking. Cell Reports. 29: 22-33.e5
Nieto-Rostro M, Ramgoolam K, Pratt WS, et al. (2018) Ablation of αδ-1 inhibits cell-surface trafficking of endogenous N-type calcium channels in the pain pathway in vivo. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 115: E12043-E12052
Dahimene S, Page KM, Kadurin I, et al. (2018) The αδ-like Protein Cachd1 Increases N-type Calcium Currents and Cell Surface Expression and Competes with αδ-1. Cell Reports. 25: 1610-1621.e5
Ferron L, Kadurin I, Dolphin AC. (2018) Proteolytic maturation of αδ controls the probability of synaptic vesicular release. Elife. 7
Kadurin I, Rothwell SW, Lana B, et al. (2017) LRP1 influences trafficking of N-type calcium channels via interaction with the auxiliary α2δ-1 subunit. Scientific Reports. 7: 43802
Kisiswa L, Erice C, Ferron L, et al. (2017) T-type Ca2+ channels are required for enhanced sympathetic axon growth by TNFα reverse signalling. Open Biology. 7
Kadurin I, Ferron L, Rothwell SW, et al. (2016) Proteolytic maturation of α2δ represents a checkpoint for activation and neuronal trafficking of latent calcium channels. Elife. 5
Page KM, Rothwell SW, Dolphin AC. (2016) The CaVβ subunit protects the I-II loop of the voltage-gated calcium channel, CaV2.2, from proteasomal degradation but not oligo-ubiquitination. The Journal of Biological Chemistry
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