David Quastel, Ph.D.

Pharmacology University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Vancouver, BC, Canada 
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"David Quastel"
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David Curtis research scientist ANU (Neurotree)


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Peter Pennefather grad student UBC (Neurotree)
Israeli Ran grad student UBC (Neurotree)
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Ran I, Quastel DM, Mathers DA, et al. (2009) Fluctuation analysis of tetanic rundown (short-term depression) at a corticothalamic synapse. Biophysical Journal. 96: 2505-31
Karwowski AS, MacLeod BA, Quastel DM. (2001) The development and evaluation of a new aerosol irritant assay with minimal animal stress. Pulmonary Pharmacology & Therapeutics. 14: 435-41
Quastel DM. (1997) The binomial model in fluctuation analysis of quantal neurotransmitter release. Biophysical Journal. 72: 728-53
Bain AI, Quastel DM. (1992) Multiplicative and additive Ca(2+)-dependent components of facilitation at mouse endplates. The Journal of Physiology. 455: 383-405
Quastel DM, Guan YY, Saint DA. (1992) The relation between transmitter release and Ca2+ entry at the mouse motor nerve terminal: role of stochastic factors causing heterogeneity. Neuroscience. 51: 657-71
Bain AI, Quastel DM. (1992) Quantal transmitter release mediated by strontium at the mouse motor nerve terminal. The Journal of Physiology. 450: 63-87
Wang YX, Quastel DM. (1991) Actions of lead on transmitter release at mouse motor nerve terminals. PflüGers Archiv : European Journal of Physiology. 419: 274-80
Foulks JG, Godin DV, Krieger C, et al. (1991) Imprisonment of Cuban doctor. Lancet. 337: 1418-9
Foulks JG, Krieger C, MacLeod BA, et al. (1991) Letters of support needed [2] Cmaj. 145: 12
Wang YX, Quastel DM. (1990) Multiple actions of zinc on transmitter release at mouse end-plates. PflüGers Archiv : European Journal of Physiology. 415: 582-7
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