Floyd John Brinley

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1970-1971 Physiology Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
Area:
flow of ions across neural membranes
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(1931 - 2017)

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Martin G. Larrabee grad student 1961 Johns Hopkins (Neurotree)
 (Potassium accumulation and transport in the rat sympathetic ganglion.)

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Reinaldo DiPolo post-doc 1970-1970 Johns Hopkins (Chemistry Tree)
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Requena J, Mullins LJ, Whittembury J, et al. (1986) Dependence of ionized and total Ca in squid axons on Nao-free or high-Ko conditions. The Journal of General Physiology. 87: 143-59
Scarpa A, Brinley FJ. (1981) In situ measurements of free cytosolic magnesium ions. Federation Proceedings. 40: 2646-52
Brinley FJ, Mullins LJ. (1980) Microanalysis of calcium in nerve. Scanning Electron Microscopy. 431-6
Brinley FJ. (1980) Regulation of intracellular calcium in squid axons. Federation Proceedings. 39: 2778-82
Requena J, Mullins LJ, Brinley FJ. (1979) Calcium content and net fluxes in squid giant axons. The Journal of General Physiology. 73: 327-42
Mullins LJ, Brinley FJ. (1978) Magnesium influx in dialyzed squid axons. The Journal of Membrane Biology. 43: 243-50
Brinley FJ, Tiffert T, Scarpa A. (1978) Mitochondria and other calcium buffers of squid axon studied in situ. The Journal of General Physiology. 72: 101-27
Brinley FJ, Tiffert T. (1978) Kinetics of calcium accumulation by mitochondria, studied in situ, in squid giant axons. Febs Letters. 91: 25-9
Scarpa A, Brinley FJ, Dubyak G. (1978) Antipyrylazo III, a "middle range" Ca2+ metallochromic indicator. Biochemistry. 17: 1378-86
Brinley FJ. (1978) Calcium buffering in squid axons. Annual Review of Biophysics and Bioengineering. 7: 363-92
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