Bertil Hille
Bertil Hille
Professor of Physiology and Biophysics, University of Washington
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Ionic channels in excitable membranes. Current problems and biophysical approaches
B Hille
Biophysical Journal 22 (2), 283-294, 1978
19150*1978
Local anesthetics: hydrophilic and hydrophobic pathways for the drug-receptor reaction.
B Hille
The Journal of general physiology 69 (4), 497-515, 1977
20091977
Modulation of Ca2+ channels by G-protein beta gamma subunits.
S Herlitze, DE Garcia, K Mackie, B Hille, T Scheuer, WA Catterall
Nature 380 (6571), 258-262, 1996
9701996
GTP-binding proteins couple cardiac muscarinic receptors to a K channel
PJ Pfaffinger, JM Martin, DD Hunter, NM Nathanson, B Hille
Nature 317 (6037), 536-538, 1985
9691985
Modulation of ion-channel function by G-protein-coupled receptors
B Hille
Trends in neurosciences 17 (12), 531-536, 1994
9031994
Potassium channels as multi-ion single-file pores.
B Hille, W Schwarz
The Journal of General Physiology 72 (4), 409-442, 1978
8931978
Cannabinoids inhibit N-type calcium channels in neuroblastoma-glioma cells.
K Mackie, B Hille
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 89 (9), 3825-3829, 1992
8871992
The physiology of excitable cells
DJ Aidley, DJ Ashley
Cambridge University Press, 1998
7431998
Charges and potentials at the nerve surface: divalent ions and pH
B Hille
The Journal of general physiology 51 (2), 221-236, 1968
6681968
Mitochondrial Participation in the Intracellular Ca2+ Network
DF Babcock, J Herrington, PC Goodwin, YB Park, B Hille
The Journal of cell biology 136 (4), 833-844, 1997
6571997
Negative surface charge near sodium channels of nerve: divalent ions, monovalent ions, and pH
B Hille, M Woodhull, BI Shapiro
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. B, Biological …, 1975
6561975
The permeability of the sodium channel to organic cations in myelinated nerve
B Hille
The Journal of general physiology 58 (6), 599-619, 1971
6371971
GPR55 is a cannabinoid receptor that increases intracellular calcium and inhibits M current
JE Lauckner, JB Jensen, HY Chen, HC Lu, B Hille, K Mackie
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (7), 2699-2704, 2008
6222008
PIP2 Is a Necessary Cofactor for Ion Channel Function: How and Why?
BC Suh, B Hille
Annu. Rev. Biophys. 37, 175-195, 2008
5702008
Light scattering and birefringence changes during nerve activity
LB Cohen, RD Keynes, B Hille
Nature 218 (5140), 438-441, 1968
5691968
The selective inhibition of delayed potassium currents in nerve by tetraethylammonium ion
B Hille
The Journal of general physiology 50 (5), 1287-1302, 1967
5641967
Pharmacological modifications of the sodium channels of frog nerve
B Hille
The Journal of general physiology 51 (2), 199-219, 1968
5461968
Ionic channels in nerve membranes
B Hille
Progress in biophysics and molecular biology 21, 1-32, 1970
5441970
The permeability of the sodium channel to metal cations in myelinated nerve
B Hille
The Journal of general physiology 59 (6), 637-658, 1972
5401972
G protein-coupled mechanisms and nervous signaling
B Hille
Neuron 9 (2), 187-195, 1992
5321992
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