Guillermo Alvarez de Toledo
Guillermo Alvarez de Toledo
Universidad de Sevilla, Catedrático de Fisiología
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Release of secretory products during transient vesicle fusion
GA De Toledo, R Fernandez-Chacon, JM Fernandez
Nature 363 (6429), 554-558, 1993
6961993
The exocytotic event in chromaffin cells revealed by patch amperometry
A Albillos, G Dernick, H Horstmann, W Almers, GA De Toledo, M Lindau
Nature 389 (6650), 509-512, 1997
5941997
High calcium concentrations shift the mode of exocytosis to the kiss-and-run mechanism
E Alés, L Tabares, JM Poyato, V Valero, M Lindau, GA de Toledo
Nature cell biology 1 (1), 40-44, 1999
4451999
Hypoxia induces voltage-dependent Ca2+ entry and quantal dopamine secretion in carotid body glomus cells
J Urena, R Fernandez-Chacon, AR Benot, GAA De Toledo, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 91 (21), 10208-10211, 1994
2341994
The fusion pore
M Lindau, GA de Toledo
Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Molecular Cell Research 1641 (2-3), 167-173, 2003
1632003
Oxygen sensing by ion channels and chemotransduction in single glomus cells.
RJ Montoro, J Urena, R Fernandez-Chacon, G Alvarez de Toledo, ...
The Journal of General Physiology 107 (1), 133-143, 1996
1581996
Tension in secretory granule membranes causes extensive membrane transfer through the exocytotic fusion pore.
JR Monck, GA De Toledo, JM Fernandez
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 87 (20), 7804-7808, 1990
1561990
Compound versus multigranular exocytosis in peritoneal mast cells.
G Alvarez de Toledo, JM Fernandez
The Journal of general physiology 95 (3), 397-409, 1990
1541990
Secretory vesicles membrane area is regulated in tandem with quantal size in chromaffin cells
LW Gong, I Hafez, GA de Toledo, M Lindau
Journal of Neuroscience 23 (21), 7917-7921, 2003
1272003
Rab3D is not required for exocrine exocytosis but for maintenance of normally sized secretory granules
D Riedel, W Antonin, R Fernandez-Chacon, G Alvarez de Toledo, T Jo, ...
Molecular and cellular biology 22 (18), 6487-6497, 2002
1202002
Is swelling of the secretory granule matrix the force that dilates the exocytotic fusion pore?
JR Monck, AF Oberhauser, GA De Toledo, JM Fernandez
Biophysical journal 59 (1), 39-47, 1991
1091991
Myosin II contributes to fusion pore expansion during exocytosis
P Ñeco, C Fernández-Peruchena, S Navas, LM Gutiérrez, GÁ de Toledo, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 283 (16), 10949-10957, 2008
982008
Cytosolic calcium facilitates release of secretory products after exocytotic vesicle fusion
R Fernández-Chacón, GA de Toledo
FEBS letters 363 (3), 221-225, 1995
871995
Push-and-pull regulation of the fusion pore by synaptotagmin-7
M Segovia, E Alés, MA Montes, I Bonifas, I Jemal, M Lindau, A Maximov, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (44), 19032-19037, 2010
782010
Patch amperometry: high-resolution measurements of single-vesicle fusion and release
G Dernick, LW Gong, L Tabares, GA de Toledo, M Lindau
Nature Methods 2 (9), 699-708, 2005
772005
Exocytosis of single chromaffin granules in cell-free inside-out membrane patches
G Dernick, GA de Toledo, M Lindau
Nature Cell Biology 5 (4), 358-362, 2003
762003
Patch-clamp measurements reveal multimodal distribution of granule sizes in rat mast cells.
G Alvarez de Toledo, JM Fernandez
The Journal of cell biology 110 (4), 1033-1039, 1990
671990
Analysis of SCAMP1 function in secretory vesicle exocytosis by means of gene targeting in mice
R Fernández-Chacón, GA De Toledo, RE Hammer, TC Südhof
Journal of Biological Chemistry 274 (46), 32551-32554, 1999
641999
Monitoring synaptic function at the neuromuscular junction of a mouse expressing synaptopHluorin
L Tabares, R Ruiz, P Linares-Clemente, MA Gaffield, GA de Toledo, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 27 (20), 5422-5430, 2007
602007
Ionic basis of the differential neuronal activity of guinea‐pig septal nucleus studied in vitro.
G Alvarez de Toledo, J López‐Barneo
The Journal of physiology 396 (1), 399-415, 1988
531988
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