William S. Marshall
William S. Marshall
Senior Research Professor, Biology, St. Francis Xavier University
Verified email at stfx.ca
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Ion transport, osmoregulation, and acid-base balance
WS Marshall
The physiology of fishes, 177-230, 2005
7152005
Na+, Cl, Ca2+ and Zn2+ transport by fish gills: retrospective review and prospective synthesis
WS Marshall
Journal of experimental zoology 293 (3), 264-283, 2002
5262002
Fundulus as the premier teleost model in environmental biology: opportunities for new insights using genomics
KG Burnett, LJ Bain, WS Baldwin, GV Callard, S Cohen, RT Di Giulio, ...
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part D: Genomics and Proteomics 2 (4 …, 2007
3072007
Transport mechanisms of seawater teleost chloride cells: an inclusive model of a multifunctional cell
WS Marshall, SE Bryson
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 1998
2121998
Time course of salinity adaptation in a strongly euryhaline estuarine teleost, Fundulus heteroclitus: a multivariable approach
WS Marshall, TR Emberley, TD Singer, SE Bryson, SD McCormick
Journal of Experimental Biology 202 (11), 1535-1544, 1999
1951999
Ion balance, acid-base regulation, and chloride cell function in the common killifish, Fundulus heteroclitus—a euryhaline estuarine teleost
CM Wood, WS Marshall
Estuaries 17 (1), 34-52, 1994
1931994
Redistribution of immunofluorescence of CFTR anion channel and NKCC cotransporter in chloride cells during adaptation of the killifish Fundulus heteroclitus to sea water
WS Marshall, EM Lynch, RRF Cozzi
Journal of Experimental Biology 205 (9), 1265-1273, 2002
1612002
A divergent CFTR homologue: highly regulated salt transport in the euryhaline teleost F. heteroclitus
TD Singer, SJ Tucker, WS Marshall, CF Higgins
American Journal of Physiology-Cell Physiology 274 (3), C715-C723, 1998
1601998
1 Transport Processes in Isolated Teleost Epithelia: Opercular Epithelium and Urinary Bladder
WS Marshall
Fish physiology 14, 1-23, 1995
1531995
NaCl transport in gills and related structures
A Péqueux, R Gilles, WS Marshall
NaCl transport in epithelia, 1-73, 1988
1281988
Hypotonic shock mediation by p38 MAPK, JNK, PKC, FAK, OSR1 and SPAK in osmosensing chloride secreting cells of killifish opercular epithelium
WS Marshall, CG Ossum, EK Hoffmann
Journal of Experimental Biology 208 (6), 1063-1077, 2005
1122005
Principles and patterns of osmoregulation and euryhalinity in fishes
SL Edwards, WS Marshall
Fish physiology 32, 1-44, 2012
1072012
Dynamics of pavement cell–chloride cell interactions during abrupt salinity change in Fundulus heteroclitus
K Daborn, RRF Cozzi, WS Marshall
Journal of Experimental Biology 204 (11), 1889-1899, 2001
1072001
Calcium transport by isolated skin of rainbow trout
WS Marshall, SE Bryson, CM Wood
Journal of Experimental Biology 166 (1), 297-316, 1992
1041992
Rapid regulation of NaCl secretion by estuarine teleost fish: coping strategies for short-duration freshwater exposures
WS Marshall
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Biomembranes 1618 (2), 95-105, 2003
992003
NaCl and fluid secretion by the intestine of the teleost Fundulus heteroclitus: involvement of CFTR
WS Marshall, JA Howard, RRF Cozzi, EM Lynch
Journal of Experimental Biology 205 (6), 745-758, 2002
982002
The role of volume-sensitive ion transport systems in regulation of epithelial transport
EK Hoffmann, T Schettino, WS Marshall
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2007
952007
Cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator in teleost fish
WS Marshall, TD Singer
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Biomembranes 1566 (1-2), 16-27, 2002
942002
Characterization of ion and acid‐base transport in the fresh water adapted mummichog (Fundulus heteroclitus)
ML Patrick, P Pärt, WS Marshall, CM Wood
Journal of Experimental Zoology 279 (3), 208-219, 1997
931997
Relation of mitochondria‐rich chloride cells to active chloride transport in the skin of a marine teleost
WS Marshall, RS Nishioka
Journal of Experimental Zoology 214 (2), 147-156, 1980
911980
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