Browsing publications by Dr Michael Glanville

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr Christopher Graham
Dr Ian Gatherar
Iain Haslam
Dr Michael Glanville
Professor Nicholas Simmons
et al.
Expression and localization of monocarboxylate transporters and sodium/proton exchangers in bovine rumen epithelium2007
Dr Bobby McFarland
Dr Debbie Pye
Dr Michael Glanville
Professor Zofia Chrzanowska-Lightowlers
Professor Doug Turnbull
et al.
A homoplasmic mtDNA mutation promotes rapid decay of deacylated mt-tRNAVal2004
Dr Stefan Boese
Dr John Sayer
Dr Gavin Stewart
Dr Michael Glanville
Dr Michael Gray
et al.
Renal expression of Ca2+-activated Cl- channels2002
Dr Stefan Boese
Dr John Sayer
Dr Gavin Stewart
Dr Michael Glanville
Dr Michael Gray
et al.
Renal expression of Ca2+-activated Cl- channels2002
Dr Stefan Boese
Dr Michael Glanville
Omar Aziz
Dr Michael Gray
Professor Nicholas Simmons
et al.
Ca2+ and cAMP-activated Cl- conductances mediate Cl- secretion in a mouse renal inner medullary collecting duct cell line2000
Dr Stefan Boese
Dr Michael Glanville
Dr Michael Gray
Professor Nicholas Simmons
The swelling-activated anion conductance in the mouse renal inner medullary collecting duct cell line mIMCD-K22000
Dr Gavin Stewart
Dr Michael Glanville
Dr Michael Gray
Professor Nicholas Simmons
ATP stimulates a chloride conductance in the mIMCD-3 cell line1999
Professor David Thwaites
Professor Dianne Ford
Dr Michael Glanville
Professor Nicholas Simmons
H+/solute-induced intracellular acidification leads to selective activation of apical Na+/H+ exchange in human intestinal epithelial cells1999
Dr Stefan Boese
Dr Michael Glanville
Professor Nicholas Simmons
Dr Michael Gray
The swelling-activated chloride conductance in mIMCD-K2 cells is associated with multiple CLC expression.1999