Henry M. Staines
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Phase 1 trials of rVSV Ebola vaccine in Africa and Europe
ST Agnandji, A Huttner, ME Zinser, P Njuguna, C Dahlke, JF Fernandes, ...
New England Journal of Medicine 374 (17), 1647-1660, 2016
Artemisinins: their growing importance in medicine
S Krishna, L Bustamante, RK Haynes, HM Staines
Trends in pharmacological sciences 29 (10), 520-527, 2008
Perturbation of the pump-leak balance for Na+ and K+ in malaria-infected erythrocytes
HM Staines, JC Ellory, K Kirk
American Journal of Physiology-Cell Physiology 280 (6), C1576-C1587, 2001
Re-evaluation of how artemisinins work in light of emerging evidence of in vitro resistance
S Krishna, CJ Woodrow, HM Staines, RK Haynes, O Mercereau-Puijalon
Trends in molecular medicine 12 (5), 200-205, 2006
A stretch‐activated anion channel is up‐regulated by the malaria parasite plasmodium falciparum
S Egée, F Lapaix, G Decherf, HM Staines, JC Ellory, C Doerig, ...
The Journal of physiology 542 (3), 795-801, 2002
Electrophysiological studies of malaria parasite-infected erythrocytes: current status
HM Staines, A Alkhalil, RJ Allen, HR De Jonge, E Derbyshire, S Egée, ...
International journal for parasitology 37 (5), 475-482, 2007
Artemisinins and the biological basis for the PfATP6/SERCA hypothesis
S Krishna, S Pulcini, F Fatih, H Staines
Trends in parasitology 26 (11), 517-523, 2010
Increased permeability of the malaria-infected erythrocyte to organic cations
HM Staines, C Rae, K Kirk
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Biomembranes 1463 (1), 88-98, 2000
Modulation of Whole‐Cell Currents in Plasmodium Falciparum‐Infected Human Red Blood Cells by Holding Potential and Serum
HM Staines, T Powell, J Clive Ellory, S Egée, F Lapaix, G Decherf, ...
The Journal of physiology 552 (1), 177-183, 2003
Anionic channels in malaria-infected human red blood cells
G Decherf, S Egée, HM Staines, JC Ellory, SL Thomas
Blood Cells, Molecules, and Diseases 32 (3), 366-371, 2004
Treatment and prevention of malaria: antimalarial drug chemistry, action and use
HM Staines, S Krishna
Springer Science & Business Media, 2012
Functional state of the plasma membrane Ca2+ pump in Plasmodium falciparum‐infected human red blood cells
T Tiffert, HM Staines, JC Ellory, VL Lew
The Journal of physiology 525 (1), 125-134, 2000
Furosemide analogues as potent inhibitors of the new permeability pathways of Plasmodium falciparum-infected human erythrocytes
HM Staines, BC Dee, M O'Brien, HJ Lang, H Englert, HA Horner, JC Ellory, ...
Elsevier, 2004
Plasmodium falciparum-induced channels
HM Staines, T Powell, SLY Thomas, JC Ellory
International journal for parasitology 34 (6), 665-673, 2004
Susceptibility of human Plasmodium knowlesi infections to anti-malarials
FA Fatih, HM Staines, A Siner, MA Ahmed, LC Woon, EM Pasini, ...
Malaria journal 12 (1), 425, 2013
Use of a selective inhibitor to define the chemotherapeutic potential of the plasmodial hexose transporter in different stages of the parasite's life cycle
K Slavic, MJ Delves, M Prudêncio, AM Talman, U Straschil, ET Derbyshire, ...
Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy 55 (6), 2824-2830, 2011
The new permeability pathways: targets and selective routes for the development of new antimalarial agents
HM Staines, JC Ellory, K Chibale
Combinatorial chemistry & high throughput screening 8 (1), 81-88, 2005
Mutations in the Plasmodium falciparum chloroquine resistance transporter, PfCRT, enlarge the parasite’s food vacuole and alter drug sensitivities
S Pulcini, HM Staines, AH Lee, SH Shafik, G Bouyer, CM Moore, ...
Scientific reports 5 (1), 1-16, 2015
Specificity of classical and putative Cl-transport inhibitors on membrane transport pathways in human erythrocytes
S Culliford, C Ellory, HJ Lang, H Englert, H Staines, R Wilkins
Cellular Physiology and Biochemistry 13 (4), 181-188, 2003
Passive Ca2+ Transport and Ca2+-Dependent K+ Transport in Plasmodium falciparum-Infected Red Cells
HM Staines, W Chang, JC Ellory, T Tiffert, K Kirk, VL Lew
The Journal of membrane biology 172 (1), 13-24, 1999
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