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Kiaran Kirk
Kiaran Kirk
Professor of Biology, Australian National University
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Pgh1 modulates sensitivity and resistance to multiple antimalarials in Plasmodium falciparum
MB Reed, KJ Saliba, SR Caruana, K Kirk, AF Cowman
Nature 403 (6772), 906-909, 2000
10642000
Membrane transport in the malaria-infected erythrocyte
K Kirk
Physiological reviews 81 (2), 495-537, 2001
5112001
Chloroquine transport via the malaria parasite’s chloroquine resistance transporter
RE Martin, RV Marchetti, AI Cowan, SM Howitt, S Bröer, K Kirk
science 325 (5948), 1680-1682, 2009
3732009
Transport of diverse substrates into malaria-infected erythrocytes via a pathway showing functional characteristics of a chloride channel.
K Kirk, HA Horner, BC Elford, JC Ellory, CI Newbold
Journal of Biological Chemistry 269 (5), 3339-3347, 1994
2841994
Defining the role of PfCRT in Plasmodium falciparum chloroquine resistance
PG Bray, RE Martin, L Tilley, SA Ward, K Kirk, DA Fidock
Molecular microbiology 56 (2), 323-333, 2005
2672005
Calothrixins A and B, novel pentacyclic metabolites from Calothrix cyanobacteria with potent activity against malaria parasites and human cancer cells
RW Rickards, JM Rothschild, AC Willis, NM de Chazal, J Kirk, K Kirk, ...
Tetrahedron 55 (47), 13513-13520, 1999
2571999
The malaria parasite's chloroquine resistance transporter is a member of the drug/metabolite transporter superfamily
RE Martin, K Kirk
Molecular biology and evolution 21 (10), 1938-1949, 2004
2552004
Transport and metabolism of the essential vitamin pantothenic acid in human erythrocytes infected with the malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum
KJ Saliba, HA Horner, K Kirk
Journal of Biological Chemistry 273 (17), 10190-10195, 1998
2551998
Coenzyme A biosynthesis: an antimicrobial drug target
C Spry, K Kirk, KJ Saliba
FEMS microbiology reviews 32 (1), 56-106, 2008
2502008
Open source drug discovery with the malaria box compound collection for neglected diseases and beyond
WC Van Voorhis, JH Adams, R Adelfio, V Ahyong, MH Akabas, P Alano, ...
PLoS pathogens 12 (7), e1005763, 2016
2302016
A surface transporter family conveys the trypanosome differentiation signal
S Dean, R Marchetti, K Kirk, KR Matthews
Nature 459 (7244), 213-217, 2009
2302009
(+)-SJ733, a clinical candidate for malaria that acts through ATP4 to induce rapid host-mediated clearance of Plasmodium
MB Jiménez-Díaz, D Ebert, Y Salinas, A Pradhan, AM Lehane, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (50), E5455-E5462, 2014
2142014
Na+ regulation in the malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum involves the cation ATPase PfATP4 and is a target of the spiroindolone antimalarials
NJ Spillman, RJW Allen, CW McNamara, BKS Yeung, EA Winzeler, ...
Cell host & microbe 13 (2), 227-237, 2013
2002013
The'permeome'of the malaria parasite: an overview of the membrane transport proteins of Plasmodium falciparum
RE Martin, RI Henry, JL Abbey, JD Clements, K Kirk
Genome biology 6 (3), 1-22, 2005
2002005
pH regulation in the intracellular malaria parasite, Plasmodium falciparum: H+ extrusion via a V-type H+-ATPase
KJ Saliba, K Kirk
Journal of Biological Chemistry 274 (47), 33213-33219, 1999
2001999
Transport of organic substrates via a volume-activated channel.
K Kirk, JC Ellory, JD Young
Journal of Biological Chemistry 267 (33), 23475-23478, 1992
1911992
The pH of the digestive vacuole of Plasmodium falciparum is not associated with chloroquine resistance
R Hayward, KJ Saliba, K Kirk
Journal of cell science 119 (6), 1016-1025, 2006
1762006
Swelling-activated organic osmolyte channels
K Kirk
The Journal of membrane biology 158 (1), 1-16, 1997
1701997
Swelling-activated and isoprenaline-activated chloride currents in guinea pig cardiac myocytes have distinct electrophysiology and pharmacology.
JI Vandenberg, A Yoshida, K Kirk, T Powell
The Journal of general physiology 104 (6), 997-1017, 1994
1591994
The Plasmodium falciparum-infected red blood cell
L Tilley, MWA Dixon, K Kirk
The international journal of biochemistry & cell biology 43 (6), 839-842, 2011
1562011
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