Theodore R. Cummins

Pharmacology & Toxicology Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN, United States 
Ion channel physiology and pharmacology, pain, neurophysiology
"Theodore Cummins"
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Fred J. Sigworth grad student 2002-2006 Indiana University School of Medicine (Neurotree)
Stephen G. Waxman post-doc 1996-2001 Yale University (Neurotree)


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Patrick L. Sheets grad student 2004-2007 Indiana University Bloomington
Brian W. Jarecki grad student 2005-2010 Indiana University Bloomington
Andrew D. Piekarz grad student 2012 Indiana University Bloomington (Neurotree)
Reesha R. Patel grad student 2010-2016 (Neurotree)
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Shin SM, Itson-Zoske B, Fan F, et al. (2024) Peripherally targeted analgesia via AAV-mediated sensory neuron-specific inhibition of multiple pronociceptive sodium channels. The Journal of Clinical Investigation
Zybura AS, Sahoo FK, Hudmon A, et al. (2022) CaMKII Inhibition Attenuates Distinct Gain-of-Function Effects Produced by Mutant Nav1.6 Channels and Reduces Neuronal Excitability. Cells. 11
George K, Lopez-Mateos D, Abd El-Aziz TM, et al. (2022) Structural and Functional Characterization of a Novel Scorpion Toxin that Inhibits Na1.8 via Interactions With the DI Voltage Sensor and DII Pore Module. Frontiers in Pharmacology. 13: 846992
Xiao Y, Theile JW, Zybura A, et al. (2022) A-type FHFs mediate resurgent currents through TTX-resistant voltage-gated sodium channels. Elife. 11
Abd El-Aziz TM, Xiao Y, Kline J, et al. (2021) Identification and Characterization of Novel Proteins from Arizona Bark Scorpion Venom That Inhibit Nav1.8, a Voltage-Gated Sodium Channel Regulator of Pain Signaling. Toxins. 13
Zybura A, Hudmon A, Cummins TR. (2021) Distinctive Properties and Powerful Neuromodulation of Na1.6 Sodium Channels Regulates Neuronal Excitability. Cells. 10
Zybura AS, Baucum AJ, Rush AM, et al. (2020) CaMKII enhances voltage-gated sodium channel Nav1.6 activity and neuronal excitability. The Journal of Biological Chemistry
VanderWall KB, Huang KC, Pan Y, et al. (2020) Retinal Ganglion Cells With a Glaucoma OPTN(E50K) Mutation Exhibit Neurodegenerative Phenotypes when Derived from Three-Dimensional Retinal Organoids. Stem Cell Reports
Mason ER, Cummins TR. (2020) Differential Inhibition of Human Nav1.2 Resurgent and Persistent Sodium Currents by Cannabidiol and GS967. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 21
Pan Y, Xiao Y, Pei Z, et al. (2020) S-palmitoylation of the sodium channel Nav1.6 regulates its activity and neuronal excitability. The Journal of Biological Chemistry
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