Recent Publications List - W.D. Phillips


Papers/Chapters

Phillips, W.D., Christadoss, P., Losen, M., Punga, A.R., Shigemoto, K., Verschuuren, J. and Vincent, A. (2015)
Guidelines for pre-clinical animal and cellular models of muSK-myasthenia gravis. Exp. Neurol. 270(Special Issue SI):29-40.
Ban, J. and Phillips, W.D. (2015)
Mouse models of myasthenia gravis. Current Pharmaceutical Design 21:2468-2486.
Ghazanfari, N., Morsch, M., Reddel, S.W., Liang, S.X. and Phillips, W.D. (2014)
Muscle-specific kinase (MuSK) autoantibodies suppress the muSK pathway and ACh receptor retention at the mouse neuromuscular junction. J. Physiol. (London) 592:2881-2897.
Morsch, M., Reddel, S.W., Ghazanfari, N., Toyka, K.V. and Phillips, W.D. (2012)
Muscle specific kinase autoantibodies cause synaptic failure through progressive wastage of postsynaptic acetylcholine receptors. Exp. Neurol. 237:286-295.
Gervasio, O.L., Phillips, W.D., Cole, L. and Allen, D.G. (2011)
Caveolae respond to cell stretch and contribute to stretch-induced signaling. J. Cell Sci. 124:3581-3590.
Ghazanfari, N., Fernandez, K.J., Murata, Y., Morsch, M., Ngo, S.T., Reddel, S.W., Noakes, P.G. and Phillips, W.D. (2011)
Muscle specific kinase: organiser of synaptic membrane domains. International Journal of Biochemistry & Cell Biology 43:295-298.
Cole, R.N., Ghazanfari, N., Ngo, S.T., Gervasio, O.L., Reddel, S.W. and Phillips, W.D. (2010)
Patient autoantibodies deplete postsynaptic muscle-specific kinase leading to disassembly of the ACh receptor scaffold and myasthenia gravis in mice. J. Physiol. (London) 588:3217-3229.
Brockhausen, J., Cole, R.N., Gervasio, O.L., Ngo, S.T., Noakes, P.G. and Phillips, W.D. (2008)
Neural agrin increases postsynaptic ACh receptor packing by elevating rapsyn protein at the mouse neuromuscular synapse. Developmental Neurobiology 68:1153-1169.
Cole, R.N., Reddel, S.W., Gervasio, O.L. and Phillips, W.D. (2008)
Anti-MuSK patient antibodies disrupt the mouse neuromuscular junction. Ann. Neurol. 63:782-789.
Gervasio, O.L., Whitehead, N.P., Yeung, E.W., Phillips, W.D. and Allen, D.G. (2008)
TRPC1 binds to caveolin-3 and is regulated by Src kinase - role in Duchenne muscular dystrophy. J. Cell Sci. 121:2246-2255.
Ngo, S.T., Noakes, P.G. and Phillips, W.D. (2007)
Neural agrin: A synaptic stabiliser. International Journal of Biochemistry & Cell Biology 39:863-867.
Gervasio, O.L., Armson, P.F. and Phillips, W.D. (2007)
Developmental increase in the amount of rapsyn per acetylcholine receptor promotes postsynaptic receptor packing and stability. Dev. Biol. 305:262-275.
Gervasio, O.L. and Phillips, W.D. (2005)
Increased ratio of rapsyn to ACh receptor stabilizes postsynaptic receptors at the mouse neuromuscular synapse. J. Physiol. (London) 562:673-685.
Knight, D., D'Arbe, M., Liang, S., Phillips, W.D. and Lavidis, N.A. (2003)
Regional differences in sympathetic purinergic transmission along the length of the mouse vas deferens. Synapse 47:225-235.
Phillips, W.D. and Froehner, S.C. (2002)
GABARAP and GABA(A) receptor clustering. Neuron 33:4-6.
Liang, S.X., Motin, L., Moussa, C.E.H., Lavidis, N.A. and Phillips, W.D. (2001)
Spatial distribution and developmental appearance of postjunctional P2X(1) receptors on smooth muscle cells of the mouse vas deferens. Synapse 42:1-11.
Liang, S.X., Jenkins, N.A., Gilbert, D.J., Copeland, N.G. and Phillips, W.D. (2001)
Structure and chromosome location of the mouse P2X(1) purinoceptor gene (P2rx1). Cytogenet. Cell Genet. 92:333-336.
Han, H., Yang, S. and Phillips, W.D. (2000)
Overexpression of rapsyn modifies the intracellular trafficking of acetylcholine receptors. Journal of Neuroscience Research 60:155-163.
Liang, S.X., D'Arbe, M., Phillips, W.D. and Lavidis, N.A. (2000)
Development of fast purinergic transmission in the mouse vas deferens. Synapse 27:283-291.
Han, H., Noakes, P.G. and Phillips, W.D. (1999)
Overexpression of rapsyn inhibits agrin-induced acetylcholine receptor clustering in muscle cells. J. Neurocytol. 28:763-775.
Noakes, P.G., Chin, D., Kim, S.S., Liang, S. and Phillips, W.D. (1999)
Expression and localisation of dynamin and syntaxin during neural development and neuromuscular synapse formation. J. Comp. Neurol. 410:531-540.
Phillips, W.D., Vladeta, D., Han, H. and Noakes, P.G. (1997)
Rapsyn and agrin slow the metabolic degradation of the acetylcholine receptor. Mol. Cell. Neurosci. 10:16-26.
Yang, S.-H., Armson, P.F., Cha, J. and Phillips, W.D. (1997)
Clustering of GABAA receptors by rapsyn/43kD protein in vitro. Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience 8:430-438.
Phillips, W.D. (1997)
Transfection in cell cultures. In R. Martin (ed): Neuoscience methods. A guide for advanced students. Amsterdam: Harwood Academic Publishers, pp. 192-200.
Phillips, W.D. (1997)
Production and use of monoclonal antibodies. In R. Martin (ed): Neuoscience methods. A guide for advanced students. Amsterdam: Harwood Academic Publishers, pp. 160-166.
Phillips, W.D. (1995)
Acetylcholine receptors and the cytoskeletal connection. Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology 22:961-965.
Phillips, W.D., Noakes, P.G., Roberds, S.L., Campbell, K.P. and Merlie, J.P. (1993)
Clustering and immobilization of acetylcholine receptors by the 43-kD protein: A possible role for dystrophin-related protein (DRP). Journal of Cell Biology 123:729-740.
Noakes, P.G., Phillips, W.D., Hanley, T.A., Sanes, J.R. and Merlie, J.P. (1993)
43k protein and acetylcholine receptors co-localize during the initial stages of neuromuscular synapse formation in vivo. Developmental Biology 155:275-280.
Phillips, W.D. and Merlie, J.P. (1992)
Recombinant neuromuscular synapses. Bioessays 14:671-679.
Phillips, W.D., Kopta, C., Blount, P., Gardner, P.D., Steinbach, J.H. and Merlie, J.P. (1991)
ACh receptor-rich membrane domains organized in fibroblasts by recombinant 43-kilodalton protein. Science 251:568-570.
Phillips, W.D., Maimone, M. and Merlie, J.P. (1991)
Mutagenesis of the 43-kD postsynaptic protein defines domains involved in plasma membrane targeting and AChR clustering. Journal of Cell Biology 115:1713-1724.

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