Francisco Bezanilla
Francisco Bezanilla
Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology University of Chicago
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Inactivation of the sodium channel. II. Gating current experiments.
CM Armstrong, F Bezanilla
Journal of General Physiology 70 (5), 567-590, 1977
12221977
Inactivation of the sodium channel. I. Sodium current experiments
F Bezanilla, CM Armstrong
The Journal of general physiology 70 (5), 549, 1977
9821977
The voltage sensor in voltage-dependent ion channels
F Bezanilla
Physiological reviews 80 (2), 555-592, 2000
9482000
Charge movement associated with the opening and closing of the activation gates of the Na channels
CM Armstrong, F Bezanilla
The Journal of general physiology 63 (5), 533-552, 1974
8471974
Currents related to movement of the gating particles of the sodium channels
CM Armstrong, F Bezanilla
Nature 242 (5398), 459-461, 1973
7491973
Voltage-sensing residues in the S2 and S4 segments of the Shaker K+ channel
SA Seoh, D Sigg, DM Papazian, F Bezanilla
neuron 16 (6), 1159-1167, 1996
7241996
Destruction of sodium conductance inactivation in squid axons perfused with pronase
CM Armstrong, F Bezanilla, E Rojas
The Journal of General Physiology 62 (4), 375-391, 1973
6001973
Negative conductance caused by entry of sodium and cesium ions into the potassium channels of squid axons
F Bezanilla, CM Armstrong
The Journal of General Physiology 60 (5), 588-608, 1972
5981972
Atomic scale movement of the voltage-sensing region in a potassium channel measured via spectroscopy
A Cha, GE Snyder, PR Selvin, F Bezanilla
Nature 402 (6763), 809-813, 1999
5561999
Twitches in the presence of ethylene glycol bis (β-aminoethyl ether)-N, N′-tetraacetic acid
CM Armstrong, FM Bezanilla, P Horowicz
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Bioenergetics 267 (3), 605-608, 1972
4501972
How membrane proteins sense voltage
F Bezanilla
Nature reviews Molecular cell biology 9 (4), 323-332, 2008
4382008
Infrared light excites cells by changing their electrical capacitance
MG Shapiro, K Homma, S Villarreal, CP Richter, F Bezanilla
Nature communications 3 (1), 1-11, 2012
4212012
A proton pore in a potassium channel voltage sensor reveals a focused electric field
DM Starace, F Bezanilla
nature 427 (6974), 548-553, 2004
3972004
Characterizing Voltage-Dependent conformational changes in the ShakerK+ channel with fluorescence
A Cha, F Bezanilla
Neuron 19 (5), 1127-1140, 1997
3541997
Gating charge displacement in voltage-gated ion channels involves limited transmembrane movement
B Chanda, OK Asamoah, R Blunck, B Roux, F Bezanilla
Nature 436 (7052), 852-856, 2005
2982005
In vivo time-lapse imaging of synaptic takeover associated with naturally occurring synapse elimination
MK Walsh, JW Lichtman
Neuron 37 (1), 67-73, 2003
2872003
Tracking voltage-dependent conformational changes in skeletal muscle sodium channel during activation
B Chanda, F Bezanilla
The Journal of general physiology 120 (5), 629-645, 2002
2872002
Gating of Shaker K+ channels: II. The components of gating currents and a model of channel activation
F Bezanilla, E Perozo, E Stefani
Biophysical journal 66 (4), 1011-1021, 1994
2861994
Gating currents from a nonconducting mutant reveal open-closed conformations in Shaker K+ channels
E Perozo, R MacKinnon, F Bezanilla, E Stefani
Neuron 11 (2), 353-358, 1993
2851993
Voltage sensors in domains III and IV, but not I and II, are immobilized by Na+ channel fast inactivation
A Cha, PC Ruben, AL George Jr, E Fujimoto, F Bezanilla
Neuron 22 (1), 73-87, 1999
2711999
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