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STUART E. DRYER

TitleAdjunct Professor
InstitutionBaylor College of Medicine
DepartmentDepartment of Medicine
DivisionMedicine-Nephrology
Address2502 W. Main
Houston TX 77098
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    1. Kim EY, Roshanravan H, Dryer SE. Changes in podocyte TRPC channels evoked by plasma and sera from patients with recurrent FSGS and by putative glomerular permeability factors. Biochim Biophys Acta. 2017 Jun 16. PMID: 28629718.
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    2. Roshanravan H, Kim EY, Dryer SE. 20-Hydroxyeicosatetraenoic Acid (20-HETE) Modulates Canonical Transient Receptor Potential-6 (TRPC6) Channels in Podocytes. Front Physiol. 2016; 7:351. PMID: 27630573.
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    3. Roshanravan H, Kim EY, Dryer SE. NMDA Receptors as Potential Therapeutic Targets in Diabetic Nephropathy: Increased Renal NMDA Receptor Subunit Expression in Akita Mice and Reduced Nephropathy Following Sustained Treatment With Memantine or MK-801. Diabetes. 2016 Oct; 65(10):3139-50. PMID: 27388219; PMCID: PMC5033270 [Available on 10/01/17].
    4. Yu H, Kistler A, Faridi MH, Meyer JO, Tryniszewska B, Mehta D, Yue L, Dryer S, Reiser J. Synaptopodin Limits TRPC6 Podocyte Surface Expression and Attenuates Proteinuria. J Am Soc Nephrol. 2016 Nov; 27(11):3308-3319. PMID: 27020855.
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    5. Bouron A, Chauvet S, Dryer S, Rosado JA. Second Messenger-Operated Calcium Entry Through TRPC6. Adv Exp Med Biol. 2016; 898:201-49. PMID: 27161231.
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    6. Kim EY, Roshanravan H, Dryer SE. Corrigendum to "Syndecan-4 ectocdomain evokes mobilization of podocyte TRPC6 channels and their associated pathways: An essential role for integrin signaling". Biochim Biophys Acta. 2015 Dec; 1853(12):3294. PMID: 26668845.
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    7. Kim EY, Roshanravan H, Dryer SE. Syndecan-4 ectodomain evokes mobilization of podocyte TRPC6 channels and their associated pathways: An essential role for integrin signaling. Biochim Biophys Acta. 2015 Oct; 1853(10 Pt A):2610-20. PMID: 26193076.
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    8. Abkhezr M, Kim EY, Roshanravan H, Nikolos F, Thomas C, Hagmann H, Benzing T, Dryer SE. Pleiotropic signaling evoked by tumor necrosis factor in podocytes. Am J Physiol Renal Physiol. 2015 Jul 15; 309(2):F98-108. PMID: 26017975.
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    9. Dryer SE. Glutamate receptors in the kidney. Nephrol Dial Transplant. 2015 Oct; 30(10):1630-8. PMID: 25829324.
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    10. Lin JS, Shi Y, Peng H, Shen X, Thomas S, Wang Y, Truong LD, Dryer SE, Hu Z, Xu J. Loss of PTEN promotes podocyte cytoskeletal rearrangement, aggravating diabetic nephropathy. J Pathol. 2015 May; 236(1):30-40. PMID: 25641678; PMCID: PMC4398628.
    11. Abkhezr M, Dryer SE. STAT3 regulates steady-state expression of synaptopodin in cultured mouse podocytes. Mol Pharmacol. 2015 Feb; 87(2):231-9. PMID: 25425624.
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    12. Abkhezr M, Dryer SE. Angiotensin II and canonical transient receptor potential-6 activation stimulate release of a signal transducer and activator of transcription 3-activating factor from mouse podocytes. Mol Pharmacol. 2014 Aug; 86(2):150-8. PMID: 24850910.
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    13. Anderson M, Roshanravan H, Khine J, Dryer SE. Angiotensin II activation of TRPC6 channels in rat podocytes requires generation of reactive oxygen species. J Cell Physiol. 2014 Apr; 229(4):434-42. PMID: 24037962.
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    14. Wilson C, Dryer SE. A mutation in TRPC6 channels abolishes their activation by hypoosmotic stretch but does not affect activation by diacylglycerol or G protein signaling cascades. Am J Physiol Renal Physiol. 2014 May 1; 306(9):F1018-25. PMID: 24598806.
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    15. Roshanravan H, Dryer SE. ATP acting through P2Y receptors causes activation of podocyte TRPC6 channels: role of podocin and reactive oxygen species. Am J Physiol Renal Physiol. 2014 May 1; 306(9):F1088-97. PMID: 24553432.
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    16. Rinschen MM, Wu X, K├Ânig T, Pisitkun T, Hagmann H, Pahmeyer C, Lamkemeyer T, Kohli P, Schnell N, Schermer B, Dryer S, Brooks BR, Beltrao P, Krueger M, Brinkkoetter PT, Benzing T. Phosphoproteomic analysis reveals regulatory mechanisms at the kidney filtration barrier. J Am Soc Nephrol. 2014 Jul; 25(7):1509-22. PMID: 24511133; PMCID: PMC4073431.
    17. Hagmann H, Kuczkowski A, Ruehl M, Lamkemeyer T, Brodesser S, Horke S, Dryer S, Schermer B, Benzing T, Brinkkoetter PT. Breaking the chain at the membrane: paraoxonase 2 counteracts lipid peroxidation at the plasma membrane. FASEB J. 2014 Apr; 28(4):1769-79. PMID: 24421402.
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    18. Kistler AD, Singh G, Altintas MM, Yu H, Fernandez IC, Gu C, Wilson C, Srivastava SK, Dietrich A, Walz K, Kerjaschki D, Ruiz P, Dryer S, Sever S, Dinda AK, Faul C, Reiser J. Transient receptor potential channel 6 (TRPC6) protects podocytes during complement-mediated glomerular disease. J Biol Chem. 2013 Dec 20; 288(51):36598-609. PMID: 24194522; PMCID: PMC3868772.
    19. Kim EY, Anderson M, Wilson C, Hagmann H, Benzing T, Dryer SE. NOX2 interacts with podocyte TRPC6 channels and contributes to their activation by diacylglycerol: essential role of podocin in formation of this complex. Am J Physiol Cell Physiol. 2013 Nov 1; 305(9):C960-71. PMID: 23948707.
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    20. Anderson M, Kim EY, Hagmann H, Benzing T, Dryer SE. Opposing effects of podocin on the gating of podocyte TRPC6 channels evoked by membrane stretch or diacylglycerol. Am J Physiol Cell Physiol. 2013 Aug 1; 305(3):C276-89. PMID: 23657570.
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    21. Kim EY, Anderson M, Dryer SE. Sustained activation of N-methyl-D-aspartate receptors in podoctyes leads to oxidative stress, mobilization of transient receptor potential canonical 6 channels, nuclear factor of activated T cells activation, and apoptotic cell death. Mol Pharmacol. 2012 Oct; 82(4):728-37. PMID: 22828802; PMCID: PMC3463221.
    22. Kim EY, Anderson M, Dryer SE. Insulin increases surface expression of TRPC6 channels in podocytes: role of NADPH oxidases and reactive oxygen species. Am J Physiol Renal Physiol. 2012 Feb 1; 302(3):F298-307. PMID: 22031853; PMCID: PMC3287354.
    23. Kim EY, Dryer SE. Effects of insulin and high glucose on mobilization of slo1 BKCa channels in podocytes. J Cell Physiol. 2011 Sep; 226(9):2307-15. PMID: 21660954; PMCID: PMC3089709.
    24. Alvarez-Baron CP, Jonsson P, Thomas C, Dryer SE, Williams C. The two-pore domain potassium channel KCNK5: induction by estrogen receptor alpha and role in proliferation of breast cancer cells. Mol Endocrinol. 2011 Aug; 25(8):1326-36. PMID: 21680658; PMCID: PMC3146246.
    25. Anderson M, Suh JM, Kim EY, Dryer SE. Functional NMDA receptors with atypical properties are expressed in podocytes. Am J Physiol Cell Physiol. 2011 Jan; 300(1):C22-32. PMID: 20739624; PMCID: PMC3023196.
    26. Dryer SE, Reiser J. TRPC6 channels and their binding partners in podocytes: role in glomerular filtration and pathophysiology. Am J Physiol Renal Physiol. 2010 Oct; 299(4):F689-701. PMID: 20685822; PMCID: PMC2957253.
    27. Kim EY, Suh JM, Chiu YH, Dryer SE. Regulation of podocyte BK(Ca) channels by synaptopodin, Rho, and actin microfilaments. Am J Physiol Renal Physiol. 2010 Sep; 299(3):F594-604. PMID: 20630939; PMCID: PMC2944294.
    28. Chiu YH, Alvarez-Baron C, Kim EY, Dryer SE. Dominant-negative regulation of cell surface expression by a pentapeptide motif at the extreme COOH terminus of an Slo1 calcium-activated potassium channel splice variant. Mol Pharmacol. 2010 Apr; 77(4):497-507. PMID: 20051533; PMCID: PMC2845944.
    29. Reisenauer MR, Anderson M, Huang L, Zhang Z, Zhou Q, Kone BC, Morris AP, Lesage GD, Dryer SE, Zhang W. AF17 competes with AF9 for binding to Dot1a to up-regulate transcription of epithelial Na+ channel alpha. J Biol Chem. 2009 Dec 18; 284(51):35659-69. PMID: 19864429; PMCID: PMC2790997.
    30. Kim EY, Chiu YH, Dryer SE. Neph1 regulates steady-state surface expression of Slo1 Ca(2+)-activated K(+) channels: different effects in embryonic neurons and podocytes. Am J Physiol Cell Physiol. 2009 Dec; 297(6):C1379-88. PMID: 19794150; PMCID: PMC3774509.
    31. Jha S, Dryer SE. The beta1 subunit of Na+/K+-ATPase interacts with BKCa channels and affects their steady-state expression on the cell surface. FEBS Lett. 2009 Oct 6; 583(19):3109-14. PMID: 19729011; PMCID: PMC2757478.
    32. Ridgway LD, Kim EY, Dryer SE. MAGI-1 interacts with Slo1 channel proteins and suppresses Slo1 expression on the cell surface. Am J Physiol Cell Physiol. 2009 Jul; 297(1):C55-65. PMID: 19403801; PMCID: PMC3774261.
    33. Kim EY, Alvarez-Baron CP, Dryer SE. Canonical transient receptor potential channel (TRPC)3 and TRPC6 associate with large-conductance Ca2+-activated K+ (BKCa) channels: role in BKCa trafficking to the surface of cultured podocytes. Mol Pharmacol. 2009 Mar; 75(3):466-77. PMID: 19052171; PMCID: PMC2645922.
    34. Kim EY, Choi KJ, Dryer SE. Nephrin binds to the COOH terminus of a large-conductance Ca2+-activated K+ channel isoform and regulates its expression on the cell surface. Am J Physiol Renal Physiol. 2008 Jul; 295(1):F235-46. PMID: 18480178; PMCID: PMC2494500.
    35. Chen SK, Ko GY, Dryer SE. Somatostatin peptides produce multiple effects on gating properties of native cone photoreceptor cGMP-gated channels that depend on circadian phase and previous illumination. J Neurosci. 2007 Nov 7; 27(45):12168-75. PMID: 17989283.
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    36. Zou S, Jha S, Kim EY, Dryer SE. The beta 1 subunit of L-type voltage-gated Ca2+ channels independently binds to and inhibits the gating of large-conductance Ca2+-activated K+ channels. Mol Pharmacol. 2008 Feb; 73(2):369-78. PMID: 17989350.
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    37. Zou S, Jha S, Kim EY, Dryer SE. A novel actin-binding domain on Slo1 calcium-activated potassium channels is necessary for their expression in the plasma membrane. Mol Pharmacol. 2008 Feb; 73(2):359-68. PMID: 17989352.
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    38. Ko ML, Liu Y, Dryer SE, Ko GY. The expression of L-type voltage-gated calcium channels in retinal photoreceptors is under circadian control. J Neurochem. 2007 Oct; 103(2):784-92. PMID: 17683482; PMCID: PMC2361098.
    39. Scott SP, Shea PW, Dryer SE. Mapping ligand interactions with the hyperpolarization activated cyclic nucleotide modulated (HCN) ion channel binding domain using a soluble construct. Biochemistry. 2007 Aug 21; 46(33):9417-31. PMID: 17655202.
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    40. Kim EY, Ridgway LD, Dryer SE. Interactions with filamin A stimulate surface expression of large-conductance Ca2+-activated K+ channels in the absence of direct actin binding. Mol Pharmacol. 2007 Sep; 72(3):622-30. PMID: 17586600.
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    41. Kim EY, Ridgway LD, Zou S, Chiu YH, Dryer SE. Alternatively spliced C-terminal domains regulate the surface expression of large conductance calcium-activated potassium channels. Neuroscience. 2007 Jun 8; 146(4):1652-61. PMID: 17478049; PMCID: PMC1995407.
    42. Kim EY, Zou S, Ridgway LD, Dryer SE. Beta1-subunits increase surface expression of a large-conductance Ca2+-activated K+ channel isoform. J Neurophysiol. 2007 May; 97(5):3508-16. PMID: 17329633.
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    43. Chae KS, Ko GY, Dryer SE. Tyrosine phosphorylation of cGMP-gated ion channels is under circadian control in chick retina photoreceptors. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 2007 Feb; 48(2):901-6. PMID: 17251493; PMCID: PMC2376765.
    44. Xu K, Jha S, Hoch W, Dryer SE. Delayed synapsing muscles are more severely affected in an experimental model of MuSK-induced myasthenia gravis. Neuroscience. 2006 Dec; 143(3):655-9. PMID: 17081697.
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    45. Bryan RM, You J, Phillips SC, Andresen JJ, Lloyd EE, Rogers PA, Dryer SE, Marrelli SP. Evidence for two-pore domain potassium channels in rat cerebral arteries. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol. 2006 Aug; 291(2):H770-80. PMID: 16565299.
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    46. Chae KS, Dryer SE. Regulation of neuronal K(Ca) channels by beta-neuregulin-1 does not require activation of Ras-MEK-extracellular signal-regulated kinase signaling cascades. Neuroscience. 2005; 135(4):1013-6. PMID: 16165293.
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    47. Chae KS, Dryer SE. The p38 mitogen-activated protein kinase pathway negatively regulates Ca2+-activated K+ channel trafficking in developing parasympathetic neurons. J Neurochem. 2005 Jul; 94(2):367-79. PMID: 15998288.
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    48. Chae KS, Oh KS, Dryer SE. Growth factors mobilize multiple pools of KCa channels in developing parasympathetic neurons: role of ADP-ribosylation factors and related proteins. J Neurophysiol. 2005 Aug; 94(2):1597-605. PMID: 15843480.
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    49. Krishnan P, Dryer SE, Hardin PE. Measuring circadian rhythms in olfaction using electroantennograms. Methods Enzymol. 2005; 393:495-508. PMID: 15817308.
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    50. Chae KS, Martin-Caraballo M, Anderson M, Dryer SE. Akt activation is necessary for growth factor-induced trafficking of functional K(Ca) channels in developing parasympathetic neurons. J Neurophysiol. 2005 Mar; 93(3):1174-82. PMID: 15509648.
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    51. Ko GY, Ko M, Dryer SE. Circadian and cAMP-dependent modulation of retinal cone cGMP-gated channels does not require protein synthesis or calcium influx through L-type channels. Brain Res. 2004 Sep 24; 1021(2):277-80. PMID: 15342277.
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    52. Casavant RH, Colbert CM, Dryer SE. A-current expression is regulated by activity but not by target tissues in developing lumbar motoneurons of the chick embryo. J Neurophysiol. 2004 Nov; 92(5):2644-51. PMID: 15163671.
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    53. Tanoue S, Krishnan P, Krishnan B, Dryer SE, Hardin PE. Circadian clocks in antennal neurons are necessary and sufficient for olfaction rhythms in Drosophila. Curr Biol. 2004 Apr 20; 14(8):638-49. PMID: 15084278.
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    54. Ko GY, Ko ML, Dryer SE. Circadian regulation of cGMP-gated channels of vertebrate cone photoreceptors: role of cAMP and Ras. J Neurosci. 2004 Feb 11; 24(6):1296-304. PMID: 14960600; PMCID: PMC2667374.
    55. Lhuillier L, Dryer SE. Ras is a mediator of TGFbeta1 signaling in developing chick ciliary ganglion neurons. Brain Res. 2003 Aug 22; 982(1):119-24. PMID: 12915246.
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    56. Ko GY, Ko ML, Dryer SE. Circadian phase-dependent modulation of cGMP-gated channels of cone photoreceptors by dopamine and D2 agonist. J Neurosci. 2003 Apr 15; 23(8):3145-53. PMID: 12716922; PMCID: PMC2667621.
    57. Dryer SE. Molecular identification of the Na+-activated K+ channel. Neuron. 2003 Mar 6; 37(5):727-8. PMID: 12628162.
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    58. Hardin PE, Krishnan B, Houl JH, Zheng H, Ng FS, Dryer SE, Glossop NR. Central and peripheral circadian oscillators in Drosophila. Novartis Found Symp. 2003; 253:140-50; discussion 150-60. PMID: 14712919.
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    59. Dryer SE, Lhuillier L, Cameron JS, Martin-Caraballo M. Expression of K(Ca) channels in identified populations of developing vertebrate neurons: role of neurotrophic factors and activity. J Physiol Paris. 2003 Jan; 97(1):49-58. PMID: 14706690.
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    60. Martin-Caraballo M, Dryer SE. Glial cell line-derived neurotrophic factor and target-dependent regulation of large-conductance KCa channels in developing chick lumbar motoneurons. J Neurosci. 2002 Dec 1; 22(23):10201-8. PMID: 12451121.
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    61. Lhuillier L, Dryer SE. Developmental regulation of neuronal K(Ca) channels by TGFbeta1: an essential role for PI3 kinase signaling and membrane insertion. J Neurophysiol. 2002 Aug; 88(2):954-64. PMID: 12163544.
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    62. Martin-Caraballo M, Dryer SE. Activity- and target-dependent regulation of large-conductance Ca2+-activated K+ channels in developing chick lumbar motoneurons. J Neurosci. 2002 Jan 1; 22(1):73-81. PMID: 11756490.
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    63. Krishnan B, Levine JD, Lynch MK, Dowse HB, Funes P, Hall JC, Hardin PE, Dryer SE. A new role for cryptochrome in a Drosophila circadian oscillator. Nature. 2001 May 17; 411(6835):313-7. PMID: 11357134.
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    64. Cameron JS, Dryer L, Dryer SE. beta -Neuregulin-1 is required for the in vivo development of functional Ca2+-activated K+ channels in parasympathetic neurons. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2001 Feb 27; 98(5):2832-6. PMID: 11226326; PMCID: PMC30225.
    65. Ko GY, Ko ML, Dryer SE. Developmental expression of retinal cone cGMP-gated channels: evidence for rapid turnover and trophic regulation. J Neurosci. 2001 Jan 1; 21(1):221-9. PMID: 11150339.
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    66. Ko GY, Ko ML, Dryer SE. Circadian regulation of cGMP-gated cationic channels of chick retinal cones. Erk MAP Kinase and Ca2+/calmodulin-dependent protein kinase II. Neuron. 2001 Jan; 29(1):255-66. PMID: 11182096.
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    67. Cameron JS, Dryer SE. BK-Type K(Ca) channels in two parasympathetic cell types: differences in kinetic properties and developmental expression. J Neurophysiol. 2000 Dec; 84(6):2767-76. PMID: 11110807.
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    68. Lhuillier L, Dryer SE. Developmental regulation of neuronal KCa channels by TGFbeta 1: transcriptional and posttranscriptional effects mediated by Erk MAP kinase. J Neurosci. 2000 Aug 1; 20(15):5616-22. PMID: 10908598.
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    69. Casavant RH, Xu Z, Dryer SE. Fatty acid-activated K+ channels in autonomic neurons: activation by an endogenous source of free fatty acids. J Neurochem. 2000 Mar; 74(3):1026-33. PMID: 10693933.
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    70. Cameron JS, Dryer L, Dryer SE. Regulation of neuronal K(+) currents by target-derived factors: opposing actions of two different isoforms of TGFbeta. Development. 1999 Sep; 126(18):4157-64. PMID: 10457024.
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    71. Lhuillier L, Dryer SE. TGFbeta1 regulates the gating properties of intermediate-conductance KCa channels in developing parasympathetic neurons. J Neurophysiol. 1999 Sep; 82(3):1627-31. PMID: 10482777.
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    72. Krishnan B, Dryer SE, Hardin PE. Circadian rhythms in olfactory responses of Drosophila melanogaster. Nature. 1999 Jul 22; 400(6742):375-8. PMID: 10432117.
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    73. Cameron JS, Lhuillier L, Subramony P, Dryer SE. Developmental regulation of neuronal K+ channels by target-derived TGF beta in vivo and in vitro. Neuron. 1998 Nov; 21(5):1045-53. PMID: 9856460.
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    74. Dryer SE. Role of cell-cell interactions in the developmental regulation of Ca2+-activated K+ currents in vertebrate neurons. J Neurobiol. 1998 Oct; 37(1):23-36. PMID: 9777730.
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    75. Dryer L, Xu Z, Dryer SE. Arachidonic acid-sensitive A-currents and multiple Kv4 transcripts are expressed in chick ciliary ganglion neurons. Brain Res. 1998 Apr 6; 789(1):162-6. PMID: 9602108.
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    76. Kanyicska B, Freeman ME, Dryer SE. Endothelin activates large-conductance K+ channels in rat lactotrophs: reversal by long-term exposure to dopamine agonist. Endocrinology. 1997 Aug; 138(8):3141-53. PMID: 9231761.
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    77. D'Souza T, Dryer SE. Elevated nighttime activity of chick pineal ILOT channels requires protein synthesis. Biol Signals. 1997 Jul-Dec; 6(4-6):212-6. PMID: 9500658.
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    78. Subramony P, Dryer SE. Neuregulins stimulate the functional expression of Ca2+-activated K+ channels in developing chicken parasympathetic neurons. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1997 May 27; 94(11):5934-8. PMID: 9159178; PMCID: PMC20884.
    79. Sandrock AW, Dryer SE, Rosen KM, Gozani SN, Kramer R, Theill LE, Fischbach GD. Maintenance of acetylcholine receptor number by neuregulins at the neuromuscular junction in vivo. Science. 1997 Apr 25; 276(5312):599-603. PMID: 9110980.
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    80. Reiser MA, D'Souza T, Dryer SE. Effects of caffeine and 3-isobutyl-1-methylxanthine on voltage-activated potassium currents in vertebrate neurones and secretory cells. Br J Pharmacol. 1996 Aug; 118(8):2145-51. PMID: 8864554; PMCID: PMC1909898.
    81. D'Souza T, Dryer SE. A cationic channel regulated by a vertebrate intrinsic circadian oscillator. Nature. 1996 Jul 11; 382(6587):165-7. PMID: 8700206.
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    82. Subramony P, Raucher S, Dryer L, Dryer SE. Posttranslational regulation of Ca(2+)-activated K+ currents by a target-derived factor in developing parasympathetic neurons. Neuron. 1996 Jul; 17(1):115-24. PMID: 8755483.
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    83. Subramony P, Dryer SE. The effects of innervation on the developmental expression of Ca(2+)-activated K+ currents in embryonic parasympathetic neurons are not activity-dependent. Brain Res Dev Brain Res. 1996 Jan 22; 91(1):149-52. PMID: 8821488.
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    84. Nowak JZ, Sek B, D'Souza T, Dryer SE. Does histamine stimulate cyclic AMP formation in the avian pineal gland via a novel (non-H1, non-H2, non-H3) histamine receptor subtype. Neurochem Int. 1995 Dec; 27(6):519-26. PMID: 8574181.
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    85. D'Souza T, Dryer SE. Effects of phosphodiesterase inhibitors and forskolin on cyclic GMP-activated channels in intact isolated cells of the chick pineal gland. Neurochem Int. 1995 Dec; 27(6):527-33. PMID: 8574182.
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    86. Raucher S, Dryer SE. Target-derived factors regulate the expression of Ca(2+)-activated K+ currents in developing chick sympathetic neurones. J Physiol. 1995 Aug 1; 486 ( Pt 3):605-14. PMID: 7473223; PMCID: PMC1156550.
    87. Levey MS, Brumwell CL, Dryer SE, Jacob MH. Innervation and target tissue interactions differentially regulate acetylcholine receptor subunit mRNA levels in developing neurons in situ. Neuron. 1995 Jan; 14(1):153-62. PMID: 7826633.
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    88. D'Souza T, Dryer SE. Intracellular free Ca2+ in dissociated cells of the chick pineal gland: regulation by membrane depolarization, second messengers and neuromodulators, and evidence for release of intracellular Ca2+ stores. Brain Res. 1994 Sep 5; 656(1):85-94. PMID: 7804849.
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    89. Raucher S, Dryer SE. Functional expression of A-currents in embryonic chick sympathetic neurones during development in situ and in vitro. J Physiol. 1994 Aug 15; 479 ( Pt 1):77-93. PMID: 7990036; PMCID: PMC1155727.
    90. Dryer SE. Functional development of the parasympathetic neurons of the avian ciliary ganglion: a classic model system for the study of neuronal differentiation and development. Prog Neurobiol. 1994 Jun; 43(3):281-322. PMID: 7816929.
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    91. Dourado MM, Brumwell C, Wisgirda ME, Jacob MH, Dryer SE. Target tissues and innervation regulate the characteristics of K+ currents in chick ciliary ganglion neurons developing in situ. J Neurosci. 1994 May; 14(5 Pt 2):3156-65. PMID: 8182463.
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    92. Dryer SE. Na(+)-activated K+ channels: a new family of large-conductance ion channels. Trends Neurosci. 1994 Apr; 17(4):155-60. PMID: 7517595.
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    93. Wisgirda ME, Dryer SE. Functional dependence of Ca(2+)-activated K+ current on L- and N-type Ca2+ channels: differences between chicken sympathetic and parasympathetic neurons suggest different regulatory mechanisms. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1994 Mar 29; 91(7):2858-62. PMID: 8146200; PMCID: PMC43470.
    94. Dourado MM, Dryer SE. Regulation of A-currents by cell-cell interactions and neurotrophic factors in developing chick parasympathetic neurones. J Physiol. 1994 Feb 1; 474(3):367-77. PMID: 7516973; PMCID: PMC1160329.
    95. Wisgirda ME, Dryer SE. Characteristics of multiple voltage-activated K+ currents in acutely dissociated chick ciliary ganglion neurones. J Physiol. 1993 Oct; 470:171-89. PMID: 8308724; PMCID: PMC1143912.
    96. Wisgirda ME, Dryer SE. Divalent cations selectively alter the voltage dependence of inactivation of A-currents in chick autonomic neurons. Pflugers Arch. 1993 Jun; 423(5-6):418-26. PMID: 7688891.
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    97. Dryer SE, Henderson D. Cyclic GMP-activated channels of the chick pineal gland: effects of divalent cations, pH, and cyclic AMP. J Comp Physiol A. 1993 Apr; 172(3):271-9. PMID: 7685388.
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    98. Dryer SE. Properties of single Na(+)-activated K+ channels in cultured central neurons of the chick embryo. Neurosci Lett. 1993 Jan 12; 149(2):133-6. PMID: 8474685.
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    99. Dourado MM, Dryer SE. Changes in the electrical properties of chick ciliary ganglion neurones during embryonic development. J Physiol. 1992 Apr; 449:411-28. PMID: 1381751; PMCID: PMC1176086.
    100. Henderson D, Dryer SE. Voltage- and Ca(2+)-activated ionic currents in acutely dissociated cells of the chick pineal gland. Brain Res. 1992 Feb 14; 572(1-2):182-9. PMID: 1319269.
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    101. Dryer SE, Dourado MM, Wisgirda ME. Characteristics of multiple Ca(2+)-activated K+ channels in acutely dissociated chick ciliary-ganglion neurones. J Physiol. 1991 Nov; 443:601-27. PMID: 1822541; PMCID: PMC1179862.
    102. Dryer SE, Henderson D. A cyclic GMP-activated channel in dissociated cells of the chick pineal gland. Nature. 1991 Oct 24; 353(6346):756-8. PMID: 1719422.
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    103. Dryer SE. Na(+)-activated K+ channels and voltage-evoked ionic currents in brain stem and parasympathetic neurones of the chick. J Physiol. 1991 Apr; 435:513-32. PMID: 1770447; PMCID: PMC1181474.
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    105. Martin AR, Dryer SE. Potassium channels activated by sodium. Q J Exp Physiol. 1989 Dec; 74(7):1033-41. PMID: 2697016.
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    106. Dryer SE, Fujii JT, Martin AR. A Na+-activated K+ current in cultured brain stem neurones from chicks. J Physiol. 1989 Mar; 410:283-96. PMID: 2795480; PMCID: PMC1190479.
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    108. Dryer SE, Chiappinelli VA. Analysis of quantal content and quantal conductance in two populations of neurons in the avian ciliary ganglion. Neuroscience. 1987 Mar; 20(3):905-10. PMID: 3037435.
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    109. Dryer SE, Chiappinelli VA. Properties of choroid and ciliary neurons in the avian ciliary ganglion and evidence for substance P as a neurotransmitter. J Neurosci. 1985 Oct; 5(10):2654-61. PMID: 2413183.
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    110. Dryer SE, Chiappinelli VA. An intracellular study of synaptic transmission and dendritic morphology in sympathetic neurons of the chick embryo. Brain Res. 1985 Sep; 354(1):99-111. PMID: 2412660.
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    111. Dryer SE, Chiappinelli VA. Substance P depolarizes nerve terminals in an autonomic ganglion. Brain Res. 1985 Jun 10; 336(1):190-4. PMID: 2408704.
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    112. Dryer SE, Chiappinelli VA. Kappa-bungarotoxin: an intracellular study demonstrating blockade of neuronal nicotinic receptors by a snake neurotoxin. Brain Res. 1983 Dec 19; 289(1-2):317-21. PMID: 6318897.
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