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Papers associated with p2ry6

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Extracellular gentamicin reduces the activity of connexin hemichannels and interferes with purinergic Ca(2+) signaling in HeLa cells., Figueroa VA, Retamal MA, Cea LA, Salas JD, Vargas AA, Verdugo CA, Jara O, Martínez AD, Sáez JC., Front Cell Neurosci. May 27, 2014; 8 265.                  

Stable knockdown of CFTR establishes a role for the channel in P2Y receptor-stimulated anion secretion., Palmer ML, Lee SY, Carlson D, Fahrenkrug S, O'Grady SM., J Cell Physiol. March 1, 2006; 206 (3): 759-70.

P2Y6 receptor mediates colonic NaCl secretion via differential activation of cAMP-mediated transport., Köttgen M, Löffler T, Jacobi C, Nitschke R, Pavenstädt H, Schreiber R, Frische S, Nielsen S, Leipziger J., J Clin Invest. February 1, 2003; 111 (3): 371-9.

P2Y receptor subtypes differentially couple to inwardly-rectifying potassium channels., Mosbacher J, Maier R, Fakler B, Glatz A, Crespo J, Bilbe G., FEBS Lett. September 25, 1998; 436 (1): 104-10.

A pyridoxine cyclic phosphate and its 6-azoaryl derivative selectively potentiate and antagonize activation of P2X1 receptors., Jacobson KA, Kim YC, Wildman SS, Mohanram A, Harden TK, Boyer JL, King BF, Burnstock G., J Med Chem. June 18, 1998; 41 (13): 2201-6.

Early expression of a novel nucleotide receptor in the neural plate of Xenopus embryos., Bogdanov YD, Dale L, King BF, Whittock N, Burnstock G., J Biol Chem. May 9, 1997; 272 (19): 12583-90.              

Neuropharmacology: a part for purines in pattern generation., Halliday FC, Gibb AJ., Curr Biol. January 1, 1997; 7 (1): R47-9.

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