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Journal Article
Liantonio A, Picollo A, Babini E, Carbonara G, Fracchiolla G, Loiodice F, Tortorella V, Pusch M, Camerino DConte.  2006.  Activation and inhibition of kidney CLC-K chloride channels by fenamates.. Mol Pharmacol. 69(1):165-73.
Picollo A, Liantonio A, Babini E, Camerino DConte, Pusch M.  2007.  Mechanism of interaction of niflumic acid with heterologously expressed kidney CLC-K chloride channels.. J Membr Biol. 216(2-3):73-82.
Pusch M, Accardi A, Liantonio A, Guida P, Traverso S, Camerino DConte, Conti F.  2002.  Mechanisms of block of muscle type CLC chloride channels (Review).. Mol Membr Biol. 19(4):285-92.
Picollo A, Liantonio A, Didonna MPaola, Elia L, Camerino DConte, Pusch M.  2004.  Molecular determinants of differential pore blocking of kidney CLC-K chloride channels.. EMBO Rep. 5(6):584-9.
Liantonio A, Accardi A, Carbonara G, Fracchiolla G, Loiodice F, Tortorella P, Traverso S, Guida P, Pierno S, De Luca A et al..  2002.  Molecular requisites for drug binding to muscle CLC-1 and renal CLC-K channel revealed by the use of phenoxy-alkyl derivatives of 2-(p-chlorophenoxy)propionic acid.. Mol Pharmacol. 62(2):265-71.
Liantonio A, Picollo A, Carbonara G, Fracchiolla G, Tortorella P, Loiodice F, Laghezza A, Babini E, Zifarelli G, Pusch M et al..  2008.  Molecular switch for CLC-K Cl- channel block/activation: optimal pharmacophoric requirements towards high-affinity ligands.. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 105(4):1369-73.
Liantonio A, De Luca A, Pierno S, Didonna MPaola, Loiodice F, Fracchiolla G, Tortorella P, Antonio L, Bonerba E, Traverso S et al..  2003.  Structural requisites of 2-(p-chlorophenoxy)propionic acid analogues for activity on native rat skeletal muscle chloride conductance and on heterologously expressed CLC-1.. Br J Pharmacol. 139(7):1255-64.