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Tom Murray
Pharmacology
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A corticosteroid receptor in neuronal membranes
M Orchinik, TF Murray, FL Moore
Science 252 (5014), 1848-1851, 1991
6521991
Subunit‐specific mechanisms and proton sensitivity of NMDA receptor channel block
SM Dravid, K Erreger, H Yuan, K Nicholson, P Le, P Lyuboslavsky, ...
The Journal of physiology 581 (1), 107-128, 2007
2092007
The origin of the synergistic effect of muramyl dipeptide with endotoxin and peptidoglycan
MA Wolfert, TF Murray, GJ Boons, JN Moore
Journal of Biological Chemistry 277 (42), 39179-39186, 2002
2032002
Guanyl nucleotides modulate binding to steroid receptors in neuronal membranes.
M Orchinik, TF Murray, PH Franklin, FL Moore
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 89 (9), 3830-3834, 1992
1871992
Structure, Synthesis, and Biological Properties of Kalkitoxin, a Novel Neurotoxin from the Marine Cyanobacterium Lyngbya majuscula
M Wu, T Okino, LM Nogle, BL Marquez, RT Williamson, N Sitachitta, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 122 (48), 12041-12042, 2000
1752000
Characterization of a functional neuropeptide F receptor from Drosophila melanogaster
SF Garczynski, MR Brown, P Shen, TF Murray, JW Crim
Peptides 23 (4), 773-780, 2002
1742002
On the use of neuro-2a neuroblastoma cells versus intact neurons in primary culture for neurotoxicity studies
KT LePage, RW Dickey, WH Gerwick, EL Jester, TF Murray
Critical Reviews™ in Neurobiology 17 (1), 2005
1652005
Domoic acid neurotoxicity in cultured cerebellar granule neurons is mediated predominantly by NMDA receptors that are activated as a consequence of excitatory amino acid release
FW Berman, TF Murray
Journal of neurochemistry 69 (2), 693-703, 1997
1621997
Veterinary psychopharmacology
SL Crowell-Davis, TF Murray, LM de Souza Dantas
John Wiley & Sons, 2019
1452019
Phencyclidine-induced stereotyped behavior in rats: dose response effects and antagonism by neuroleptics
TF Murray, A Horita
Life sciences 24 (24), 2217-2225, 1979
1401979
Lophocladines, Bioactive Alkaloids from the Red Alga Lophocladia sp.
H Gross, DE Goeger, P Hills, SL Mooberry, DL Ballantine, TF Murray, ...
Journal of natural products 69 (4), 640-644, 2006
1362006
Manipulation of endogenous adenosine in the rat prepiriform cortex modulates seizure susceptibility.
G Zhang, PH Franklin, TF Murray
Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 264 (3), 1415-1424, 1993
1261993
High affinity [3H] dextrorphan binding in rat brain is localized to a noncompetitive antagonist site of the activated N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor-cation channel.
PH Franklin, TF Murray
Molecular pharmacology 41 (1), 134-146, 1992
1251992
Mechanisms of pyrethroid insecticide-induced stimulation of calcium influx in neocortical neurons
Z Cao, TJ Shafer, TF Murray
Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 336 (1), 197-205, 2011
1202011
Antillatoxin is a marine cyanobacterial toxin that potently activates voltage-gated sodium channels
WI Li, FW Berman, T Okino, F Yokokawa, T Shioiri, WH Gerwick, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98 (13), 7599-7604, 2001
1142001
Antillatoxin and kalkitoxin, ichthyotoxins from the tropical cyanobacterium Lyngbya majuscula, induce distinct temporal patterns of NMDA receptor-mediated neurotoxicity
FW Berman, WH Gerwick, TF Murray
Toxicon 37 (11), 1645-1648, 1999
1141999
Partial purification and biochemical characterization of a membrane glucocorticoid receptor from an amphibian brain
SJ Evans, TF Murray, FL Moore
The Journal of steroid biochemistry and molecular biology 72 (5), 209-221, 2000
1082000
The hoiamides, structurally intriguing neurotoxic lipopeptides from Papua New Guinea marine cyanobacteria
H Choi, AR Pereira, Z Cao, CF Shuman, N Engene, T Byrum, T Matainaho, ...
Journal of natural products 73 (8), 1411-1421, 2010
1062010
Hoiamide a, a sodium channel activator of unusual architecture from a consortium of two papua new Guinea cyanobacteria
A Pereira, Z Cao, TF Murray, WH Gerwick
Chemistry & biology 16 (8), 893-906, 2009
992009
Domoic acid neurotoxicity in cultured cerebellar granule neurons is controlled preferentially by the NMDA receptor Ca2+ influx pathway
FW Berman, KT LePage, TF Murray
Brain Research 924 (1), 20-29, 2002
992002
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