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Hemmings HC, Akabas MH, Goldstein PA, Trudell JR, Orser BA, Harrison NL.  2005.  Emerging molecular mechanisms of general anesthetic action.. Trends Pharmacol Sci. 26(10):503-10.
Hemmings HC, Mackie K.  2011.  The rivers of Lethe and Mnemosyne converge: propofol and memory consolidation.. Anesthesiology. 114(6):1277-9.
Hemmings HC, Rosenberg AD, Reilly CS, Hunter JM.  2010.  The 2010 BJA/PGA supplement: a selection of 10 educational reviews.. Br J Anaesth. 105 Suppl 1:i1-2.
Hemmings HC, Greengard P.  2010.  Positively active: how local anesthetics work.. Anesthesiology. 113(1):250-2.
Hemmings HC, Mantz J.  2008.  Xenon and the pharmacology of fear.. Anesthesiology. 109(6):954-5.
Hemmings HC, Flood P.  2008.  Galloping in full pursuit of the mechanism of anesthetic immobility.. Anesthesiology. 108(6):975-6.
Hemmings HC.  2007.  Noble meets nouveau: a shared anesthetic binding site for xenon and isoflurane on a glutamate receptor.. Anesthesiology. 107(5):694-6.
Hemmings HC, Antognini JF.  2006.  Do general anesthetics add up? Anesthesiology. 104(6):1120-2.
Hemmings HC, Yan W, Westphalen RI, Ryan TA.  2005.  The general anesthetic isoflurane depresses synaptic vesicle exocytosis.. Mol Pharmacol. 67(5):1591-9.
Hemmings HC.  2004.  Neuroprotection by Na+ channel blockade.. J Neurosurg Anesthesiol. 16(1):100-1.
Hemmings HC, Riegelhaupt PM, Kelz MB, Solt K, Eckenhoff RG, Orser BA, Goldstein PA.  2019.  Towards a Comprehensive Understanding of Anesthetic Mechanisms of Action: A Decade of Discovery.. Trends Pharmacol Sci. 40(7):464-481.