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Mark Farrant
Mark Farrant
Professor of Neuroscience, University College London
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Variations on an inhibitory theme: phasic and tonic activation of GABAA receptors
M Farrant, Z Nusser
Nature Reviews Neuroscience 6 (3), 215-229, 2005
22242005
NMDA receptor subunits: diversity, development and disease
S Cull-Candy, S Brickley, M Farrant
Current opinion in neurobiology 11 (3), 327-335, 2001
22012001
Development of a tonic form of synaptic inhibition in rat cerebellar granule cells resulting from persistent activation of GABAA receptors.
SG Brickley, SG Cull-Candy, M Farrant
The Journal of physiology 497 (3), 753-759, 1996
8091996
Neuroactive steroids reduce neuronal excitability by selectively enhancing tonic inhibition mediated by δ subunit-containing GABAA receptors
BM Stell, SG Brickley, CY Tang, M Farrant, I Mody*
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (24), 14439-14444, 2003
8002003
Adaptive regulation of neuronal excitability by a voltage-independent potassium conductance
SG Brickley, V Revilla, SG Cull-Candy, W Wisden, M Farrant
Nature 409 (6816), 88-92, 2001
6332001
Regulation of Ca2+-permeable AMPA receptors: synaptic plasticity and beyond
S Cull-Candy, L Kelly, M Farrant
Current opinion in neurobiology 16 (3), 288-297, 2006
5262006
Differences in synaptic GABAA receptor number underlie variation in GABA mini amplitude
Z Nusser, S Cull-Candy, M Farrant
Neuron 19 (3), 697-709, 1997
5081997
The cellular, molecular and ionic basis of GABAA receptor signalling
M Farrant, K Kaila
Progress in brain research 160, 59-87, 2007
3692007
NMDA-receptor channel diversity in the developing cerebellum
M Farrant, D Feldmeyer, T Takahashi, SG Cull-Candy
Nature 368 (6469), 335-339, 1994
3461994
Single-channel properties of synaptic and extrasynaptic GABAA receptors suggest differential targeting of receptor subtypes
SG Brickley, SG Cull-Candy, M Farrant
Journal of Neuroscience 19 (8), 2960-2973, 1999
2871999
Whole‐cell and single‐channel currents activated by GABA and glycine in granule cells of the rat cerebellum.
M Kaneda, M Farrant, SG Cull-Candy
The Journal of physiology 485 (2), 419-435, 1995
2801995
Synaptic inhibition of Purkinje cells mediates consolidation of vestibulo-cerebellar motor learning
P Wulff, M Schonewille, M Renzi, L Viltono, M Sassoè-Pognetto, A Badura, ...
Nature neuroscience 12 (8), 1042-1049, 2009
2602009
Stargazin attenuates intracellular polyamine block of calcium-permeable AMPA receptors
D Soto, ID Coombs, L Kelly, M Farrant, SG Cull-Candy
Nature neuroscience 10 (10), 1260-1267, 2007
2122007
GABAergic regulation of cerebellar NG2 cell development is altered in perinatal white matter injury
M Zonouzi, J Scafidi, P Li, B McEllin, J Edwards, JL Dupree, L Harvey, ...
Nature neuroscience 18 (5), 674-682, 2015
1592015
Maturation of EPSCs and intrinsic membrane properties enhances precision at a cerebellar synapse
L Cathala, S Brickley, S Cull-Candy, M Farrant
Journal of Neuroscience 23 (14), 6074-6085, 2003
1592003
" Run-down" of gamma-aminobutyric acidA receptor function during whole-cell recording: a possible role for phosphorylation.
M Gyenes, M Farrant, DH Farb
Molecular pharmacology 34 (6), 719-723, 1988
1421988
From synapse to behavior: rapid modulation of defined neuronal types with engineered GABAA receptors
P Wulff, T Goetz, E Leppä, AM Linden, M Renzi, JD Swinny, ...
Nature neuroscience 10 (7), 923-929, 2007
1252007
Excitatory amino acid receptor-channels in Purkinje cells in thin cerebellar slices
M Farrant, SG Cull-Candy
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1991
1211991
Selective regulation of long-form calcium-permeable AMPA receptors by an atypical TARP, γ-5
D Soto, ID Coombs, M Renzi, M Zonouzi, M Farrant, SG Cull-Candy
Nature neuroscience 12 (3), 277-285, 2009
1202009
Chronic agonist exposure induces down-regulation and allosteric uncoupling of the gamma-aminobutyric acid/benzodiazepine receptor complex.
DJ Roca, I Rozenberg, M Farrant, DH Farb
Molecular pharmacology 37 (1), 37-43, 1990
1181990
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