James Kenyon Ph.D.

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Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology & Physiology | Department of Physiology and Cell Biology

James Kenyon

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Selected publications

2007

  • Kang, S. H., Carl, A., McHugh, J. M., Goff, H. R., and Kenyon, J. L. . Mitochondria control resting intracellular calcium in adult rat dorsal root ganglion neurons. in review at Cell Calcium

2006

  • Angermann JE, Sanguinetti AR, Kenyon JL, Leblanc N and Greenwood IA. . Mechanism of the inhibition of Ca2+-activated Cl- currents by phosphorylation in pulmonary arterial smooth muscle cells. J Gen Physiol 128: 73-87
  • Angermann JE, Sanguinetti AR, Kenyon JL, Leblanc N, Greenwood IA. . Mechanism of the inhibition of Ca2+-activated Cl- currents by phosphorylation in pulmonary arterial smooth muscle cells. J Gen Physiol 128:73-87
  • Ro S, Kang SH, Farrelly AM, Ordog T, Partain R, Fleming N, Sanders KM, Kenyon JL and Keef KD. . Template switching within exons 3 and 4 of KV11.1 (HERG) gives rise to a 5' truncated cDNA. Biochem Biophys Res Commun 345: 1342-1349
  • Ro S, Kang SH, Farrelly AM, Ordog T, Partain R, Fleming N, Sanders KM, Kenyon JL, Keef KD. . Template switching within exons 3 and 4 of KV11.1 (HERG) gives rise to a 5' truncated cDNA. Biochem Biophys Res Commun 345:1342-1349

2004

  • McHugh JM, Kenyon JL. . An Excel-based model of Ca2+ diffusion and fura 2 measurements in a spherical cell. Am J Physiol Cell Physiol 286:C342-348

2003

  • McHugh, J.M. and J.L. Kenyon. . An Excel-based model of Ca2+ diffusion and fura-2 measurements in a spherical cell. Am J Physiol Cell Physiol. C342-C348

2002

  • Kenyon, J.L. and Scott, R.H.. . Ca2+-activated Cl- channels as Ca2+-sensors with particular reference to the modulation of neuronal excitability. In Current Topics in Membranes, vol. 53. pages 135 – 166. C. M. Fuller, ed. Academic Press, San Diego
  • Vanden Berghe P, Kenyon JL, Smith TK. . Mitochondrial Ca2+ uptake regulates the excitability of myenteric neurons. Mol Pharmacol 61:285-293
  • Mason, H.S., M.J. Latten, L.D. Godoy, B. Horowitz, and J.L. Kenyon. . Modulation of Kv1.5 currents by protein kinase A, tyrosine kinase and protein tyrosine phosphatase requires an intact cytoskeleton. Mol. Pharmacol. 61(2):285-293
  • Mason HS, Latten MJ, Godoy LD, Horowitz B, Kenyon JL. . Modulation of Kv1.5 currents by protein kinase A, tyrosine kinase, and protein tyrosine phosphatase requires an intact cytoskeleton

2000

  • Kenyon, J.L.. . The reversal potential of Ca2+-activated Cl- currents indicates that chick sensory neurons accumulate intracellular Cl-. Neurosci. Letters. 296:9-12
  • Ward, S.M. and J.L. Kenyon. . The spatial relationships between Ca2+ channels and Ca2+-activated channels and the function of Ca2+-buffering in avian sensory neurons. Cell Calcium. 28:233-246

1998

  • Kenyon,J.L. and H.R Goff.. . Temperature-dependencies of Ca2+ current, Ca2+-activated Cl- current, and Ca2+ transients in sensory neurons. Cell Calcium. 24:35-48

1996

  • Bauer, R.J., A. Carl, C.L. Kapicka, and J.L. Kenyon. . Determination of channel open probabilities from multichannel data. J. Neurosci. Methods 68:101-111

1987

  • Kenyon, J. L. and J. L. Sutko. . Calcium and voltage activated currents of calf cardiac Purkinje fibers. J. Gen. Physiol. 89:921 958
  • Bauer, R. J., B. F. Bowman, and J. L. Kenyon. . Theory of the kinetic analysis of patch clamp data. Biophysical Journal. 52:961 978

1979

  • Kenyon, J. L. and W. R. Gibbons. . 4 Amino¬pyridine and the early outward current of sheep cardiac Purkinje fibers. J. Gen. Physiol. 73:139 157
  • Kenyon, J. L. and W. R. Gibbons. . Influence of chloride, potassium, and tetraethylammonium ions on the early outward current of sheep cardiac Purkinje fibers. J. Gen. Physiol. 73:117 138

1977

  • Kenyon, J. L. and W. R. Gibbons. . Effects of low chloride solutions on action potentials of sheep cardiac Purkinje fibers. J. Gen. Physiol. 70:635 660

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