Functional role of amino terminus in ClC-3 chloride channel regulation by phosphorylation and cell volume
Hypertonicity-induced cation channels
Swelling-activated ion channels
The ICln interactome
Hypotonicity and ethanol modulate BK channel activity and chloride currents in GH4/C1 pituitary tumour cells
The taurine transporter
Activation of PLA2 isoforms by cell swelling and ischaemia/hypoxia
Cell membrane surface expression and tyrosine kinase regulate the osmolyte channel (skAE1) in skate erythrocytes
Tyrosine kinases and osmolyte fluxes during hyposmotic swelling
SPAK and OSR1, key kinases involved in the regulation of chloride transport
The Na+–K+–2Cl− cotransporter and the osmotic stress response in a model salt transport epithelium
Signal transduction mechanisms of K+-Cl− cotransport regulation and relationship to disease
Development of an spFRET method to measure structure changes in ion exchange proteins
Role of the Na+/H+ exchanger NHE1 in cell migration
Na+/H+ exchangers and the regulation of volume
Aquaporins in plants
Fluid transport and ion fluxes in mammalian kidney proximal tubule
Osmotic shock-induced suicidal death of erythrocytes
Hyperosmotic activation of the CD95 death receptor system
On the mechanism of ionic regulation of apoptosis
Normotonic cell shrinkage induces apoptosis under extracellular low Cl− conditions in human lymphoid and epithelial cells
Cell hydration and mTOR-dependent signalling
The death of cardiotonic steroid-treated cells
How tonicity regulates genes
The hepatocyte integrin system and cell volume sensing
Osmotic stress and the cytoskeleton
The role of the neutral amino acid transporter SNAT2 in cell volume regulation
Evidence for the role of cell stiffness in modulation of volume-regulated anion channels
Regulation of the cell swelling-activated chloride conductance by cholesterol-rich membrane domains
Aldosterone remodels human endothelium
Thyrotropin-releasing hormone in rat heart
Could chronic pain and spread of pain sensation be induced and maintained by glial activation?
Volume transmission and wiring transmission from cellular to molecular networks
Swelling-activated chloride channels in aqueous humour formation