Marco Beato
Marco Beato
Professor in Neuroscience, UCL, London
Verified email at ucl.ac.uk
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Single-channel behavior of heteromeric α1β glycine receptors: an attempt to detect a conformational change before the channel opens
V Burzomato, M Beato, PJ Groot-Kormelink, D Colquhoun, LG Sivilotti
Journal of Neuroscience 24 (48), 10924-10940, 2004
1962004
How to impose microscopic reversibility in complex reaction mechanisms
D Colquhoun, KA Dowsland, M Beato, AJR Plested
Biophysical Journal 86 (6), 3510-3518, 2004
1152004
The activation mechanism of α1 homomeric glycine receptors
M Beato, PJ Groot-Kormelink, D Colquhoun, LG Sivilotti
Journal of Neuroscience 24 (4), 895-906, 2004
1082004
Alternating rhythmic activity induced by dorsal root stimulation in the neonatal rat spinal cord in vitro
C Marchetti, M Beato, A Nistri
The Journal of physiology 530 (Pt 1), 105, 2001
922001
Determining the neurotransmitter concentration profile at active synapses
A Scimemi, M Beato
Molecular neurobiology 40 (3), 289-306, 2009
912009
Openings of the rat recombinant α1 homomeric glycine receptor as a function of the number of agonist molecules bound
M Beato, PJ Groot-Kormelink, D Colquhoun, LG Sivilotti
The Journal of general physiology 119 (5), 443-466, 2002
872002
Extracellular K+ Induces Locomotor-Like Patterns in the Rat Spinal Cord In Vitro: Comparison With NMDA or 5-HT Induced Activity
E Bracci, M Beato, A Nistri
Journal of neurophysiology 79 (5), 2643-2652, 1998
871998
Contribution of NMDA and non–NMDA glutamate receptors to locomotor pattern generation in the neonatal rat spinal cord
M Beato, E Bracci, A Nistri
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1997
831997
Interaction between disinhibited bursting and fictive locomotor patterns in the rat isolated spinal cord
M Beato, A Nistri
Journal of neurophysiology 82 (5), 2029-2038, 1999
701999
Intracellular chloride ions regulate the time course of GABA-mediated inhibitory synaptic transmission
CM Houston, DP Bright, LG Sivilotti, M Beato, TG Smart
Journal of Neuroscience 29 (33), 10416-10423, 2009
692009
Incorporation of the β3 subunit has a dominant-negative effect on the function of recombinant central-type neuronal nicotinic receptors
S Broadbent, PJ Groot-Kormelink, PA Krashia, PC Harkness, NS Millar, ...
Molecular pharmacology 70 (4), 1350-1357, 2006
632006
Serotonin-induced inhibition of locomotor rhythm of the rat isolated spinal cord is mediated by the 5–HT1 receptor class
M Beato, A Nistri
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1998
621998
Human α3β4 neuronal nicotinic receptors show different stoichiometry if they are expressed in Xenopus oocytes or mammalian HEK293 cells
P Krashia, M Moroni, S Broadbent, G Hofmann, S Kracun, M Beato, ...
PloS one 5 (10), e13611, 2010
592010
The time course of transmitter at glycinergic synapses onto motoneurons
M Beato
Journal of Neuroscience 28 (29), 7412-7425, 2008
592008
Optical measurement of mGluR1 conformational changes reveals fast activation, slow deactivation, and sensitization
P Marcaggi, H Mutoh, D Dimitrov, M Beato, T Knöpfel
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (27), 11388-11393, 2009
542009
Molecular determinants of glycine receptor αβ subunit sensitivities to Zn2+‐mediated inhibition
PS Miller, M Beato, RJ Harvey, TG Smart
The Journal of Physiology 566 (3), 657-670, 2005
512005
Stoichiometry of recombinant heteromeric glycine receptors revealed by a pore-lining region point mutation
V Burzomato, PJ Groot-Kormelink, LG Sivilotti, M Beato
Receptors and Channels 9 (6), 353-361, 2003
512003
US Food and Drug Administration Approval Summary: Atezolizumab for metastatic non–small cell lung cancer
C Weinstock, S Khozin, D Suzman, L Zhang, S Tang, S Wahby, ...
Clinical Cancer Research 23 (16), 4534-4539, 2017
502017
Constraining the expression of nicotinic acetylcholine receptors by using pentameric constructs
PJ Groot-Kormelink, S Broadbent, M Beato, LG Sivilotti
Molecular pharmacology 69 (2), 558-563, 2006
482006
High intracellular chloride slows the decay of glycinergic currents
SJ Pitt, LG Sivilotti, M Beato
Journal of Neuroscience 28 (45), 11454-11467, 2008
472008
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