Kevin Gillis
Kevin Gillis
Professor of Biological Engineering, University of Missouri
Verified email at missouri.edu
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Protein kinase C enhances exocytosis from chromaffin cells by increasing the size of the readily releasable pool of secretory granules
KD Gillis, R Mößner, E Neher
Neuron 16 (6), 1209-1220, 1996
4351996
A metabolite-regulated potassium channel in rat pancreatic B cells
S Misler, LC Falke, K Gillis, ML McDaniel
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 83 (18), 7119-7123, 1986
3631986
Techniques for membrane capacitance measurements
KD Gillis
Single-channel recording, 155-198, 1995
2921995
Electrophysiology of stimulus-secretion coupling in human β-cells
S Misler, DW Barnett, KD Gillis, DM Pressel
Diabetes 41 (10), 1221-1228, 1992
2161992
A Highly Ca2+-sensitive Pool of Granules Is Regulated by Glucose and Protein Kinases in Insulin-secreting INS-1 Cells
Y Yang, KD Gillis
The Journal of general physiology 124 (6), 641-651, 2004
1312004
Design of a CMOS potentiostat circuit for electrochemical detector arrays
S Ayers, KD Gillis, M Lindau, BA Minch
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers 54 (4), 736-744, 2007
1262007
Effects of sulfonamides on a metabolite-regulated ATPi-sensitive K+ channel in rat pancreatic B-cells
KD Gillis, WM Gee, A Hammoud, ML McDaniel, LC Falke, S Misler
American Journal of Physiology-Cell Physiology 257 (6), C1119-C1127, 1989
1211989
On-chip amperometric measurement of quantal catecholamine release using transparent indium tin oxide electrodes
X Sun, KD Gillis
Analytical chemistry 78 (8), 2521-2525, 2006
1202006
Gating of cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator chloride channels by adenosine triphosphate hydrolysis: quantitative analysis of a cyclic gating scheme
S Zeltwanger, F Wang, GT Wang, KD Gillis, TC Hwang
The Journal of general physiology 113 (4), 541-554, 1999
1151999
Admittance-based measurement of membrane capacitance using the EPC-9 patch-clamp amplifier
KD Gillis
Pflügers Archiv 439 (5), 655-664, 2000
1122000
Amperometric detection of quantal catecholamine secretion from individual cells on micromachined silicon chips
P Chen, B Xu, N Tokranova, X Feng, J Castracane, KD Gillis
Analytical Chemistry 75 (3), 518-524, 2003
1082003
The origin of quantal size variation: vesicular glutamate concentration plays a significant role
XS Wu, L Xue, R Mohan, K Paradiso, KD Gillis, LG Wu
Journal of Neuroscience 27 (11), 3046-3056, 2007
1072007
‘Perforated patch recording’ allows long‐term monitoring of metabolite‐induced electrical activity and voltage‐dependent Ca2+ currents in pancreatic islet B cells
LC Falke, KD Gillis, DM Pressel, S Misler
FEBS letters 251 (1-2), 167-172, 1989
1031989
A highly Ca2+-sensitive pool of vesicles is regulated by protein kinase C in adrenal chromaffin cells
Y Yang, S Udayasankar, J Dunning, P Chen, KD Gillis
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (26), 17060-17065, 2002
952002
Metabolite-regulated ATP-sensitive K+ channel in human pancreatic islet cells
S Misler, WM Gee, KD Gillis, DW Scharp, LC Falke
Diabetes 38 (4), 422-427, 1989
921989
Single-channel recording
KD Gillis, B Sakmann, E Neher
Plenum, New York, 1995
911995
Stimulus-secretion coupling in β-cells of transplantable human islets of langerhans: evidence for a critical role for Ca2+ entry
S Misler, DW Barnett, DM Pressel, KD Gillis, DW Scharp, LC Falke
Diabetes 41 (6), 662-670, 1992
901992
Modulation of gating of a metabolically regulated, ATP-dependent K+ channel by intracellular pH in B cells of the pancreatic islet
S Misler, K Gillis, J Tabcharani
The Journal of membrane biology 109 (2), 135-143, 1989
771989
Microwell device for targeting single cells to electrochemical microelectrodes for high-throughput amperometric detection of quantal exocytosis
X Liu, S Barizuddin, W Shin, CJ Mathai, S Gangopadhyay, KD Gillis
Analytical chemistry 83 (7), 2445-2451, 2011
762011
Single cell assay of exocytosis from pancreatic islet B cells
KD Gillis, S Misler
Pflügers Archiv 420 (1), 121-123, 1992
721992
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