Recent Publications from the Cox Lab

Research Publications Cell Biology Neuroscience

 

Cox, DH. 2014. Modeling a Ca(2+) channel/BKCa channel complex at the single-complex level. Biophys J. 107: 2797-2814. books

Scholl ES, Pirone A, Cox DH, Duncan RK, Jacob MH. 2014. Alternative splice isoforms of small conductance calcium-activated SK2 channels differ in molecular interactions and surface levels. Channels (Austin). 8: 62-75. books

Zhang P, Gruber A, Kasuda S, Kimmelstiel C, O'Callaghan K, Cox DH, Bohm A, Baleja JD, Covic L, Kuliopulos A. 2012. Suppression of arterial thrombosis without affecting hemostatic parameters with a cell-penetrating PAR1 pepducin. Circulation 126: 83091. books

Cox DH. 2011. Ca(2+)-regulated ion channels. BMB Rep. 44: 635-646. books

Cox DH, Hoshi T. 2011. Where's the gate? Gating in the deep pore of the BK(Ca) channel. J Gen Physiol. 138: 133-136. books

Sweet TB, Cox DH. 2009. Measuring the influence of the BKCa β1 subunit on Ca2+ binding to the BKca channel.  J Gen Physiol. 133: 139-150. books

Sweet TB, Cox DH.  2008. Measurements of the BKCa channel's high-affinity Ca2+ binding constants: Effects of membrane voltage.  J Gen Physiol 132: 491-505. books

Kelley-Hedgepeth A, Peter I, Kip KE, Montefusco MC, Kogan S, Cox D, Ordovas JM, Levy D, Reis SE, Mendelsohn ME, Housman D, Huggins GS. 2008. The protective effect of KCNMB1 E65K against hypertension is restricted to blood pressure treatment with β-blockade.  J Hum Hypertens. 22: 512-515.  books

Kim HJ, Lim HH, Rho SH, Bao L, Lee JH, Cox DH, Kim DH, Park CS. 2007. Modulation of the conductance-voltage relationship of the BKCa channel by mutations at the putative flexible interface between two RCK domains.  Biophys J. 94: 446-456. books

Isacson CK, Lu Q, Karas RH,Cox DH.  2006. RACK1 is a BKCa channel binding protein.  Am J Physiol Cell Physiol. 292: C1459-C1466. books

Cox DH. 2006. BKCa-Channel Structure and Function.  In: Biological Membrane Ion Channels, Chung S-H, Andersen OS, Krishnamurthy V, eds. 5: 171-219.

Bao L, Cox DH. 2005. Gating and ionic currents reveal how the BKCa channel's Ca2+ sensitivity is enhanced by its β1 subunit.  J Gen Physiol. 126: 393-412.  books

Cox DH.  2005. The BKCa channel's Ca2+-binding sites, multiple sites, multiple ions.  J Gen Physiol. 125: 253-255.  books

Bao L, Kaldany C, Holmstrand EC, Cox DH.  2004. Mapping the BKCa channel’s Ca2+ bowl: Side-chains essential for Ca 2+ sensing. J Gen Physiol. 121: 475-489. books

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