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Hill, Adam P. (2022) Biophysics in the time of COVID. Biophysical Reviews, 14 (1). pp.13-14. ISSN 1867-2450

Windley, Monique J. and Farr, Jessica and TeBay, Clifford and Vandenberg, Jamie I. and Hill, Adam P. (2022) High throughput measurement of hERG drug block kinetics using the CiPA dynamic protocol. Journal of Pharmacological and Toxicological Methods, 117. p. 107192. ISSN 10568719

TeBay, Clifford and Hill, Adam P. and Windley, Monique J. (2022) Metabolic and electrolyte abnormalities as risk factors in drug-induced long QT syndrome. Biophysical Reviews, 14 (1). pp.353-367. ISSN 1867-2450

Finol-Urdaneta, Rocio K. and Ziegman, Rebekah and Dekan, Zoltan and McArthur, Jeffrey R. and Heitmann, Stewart and Luna-Ramirez, Karen and Tae, Han-Shen and Mueller, Alexander and Starobova, Hana and Chin, Yanni K.-Y. and Wingerd, Joshua S. and Undheim, Eivind A. B. and Cristofori-Armstrong, Ben and Hill, Adam P. and Herzig, Volker and King, Glenn F. and Vetter, Irina and Rash, Lachlan D. and Adams, David J. and Alewood, Paul F. (2022) Multitarget nociceptor sensitization by a promiscuous peptide from the venom of the King Baboon spider. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 119 (5). ISSN 0027-8424

TeBay, Clifford and McArthur, Jeffrey R. and Mangala, Melissa and Kerr, Nicholas and Heitmann, Stewart and Perry, Matthew D. and Windley, Monique J. and Vandenberg, Jamie I. and Hill, Adam P. (2022) Pathophysiological metabolic changes associated with disease modify the proarrhythmic risk profile of drugs with potential to prolong repolarisation. British Journal of Pharmacology, 179 (11). pp.2631-2646. ISSN 0007-1188

Jiang, Connie and Richardson, Ebony and Farr, Jessica and Hill, Adam P. and Ullah, Rizwan and Kroncke, Brett M. and Harrison, Steven M. and Thomson, Kate L. and Ingles, Jodie and Vandenberg, Jamie I. and Ng, Chai-Ann (2022) A calibrated functional patch-clamp assay to enhance clinical variant interpretation in KCNH2-related long QT syndrome. The American Journal of Human Genetics, 109 (7). pp.1199-1207. ISSN 00029297

Ng, Chai-Ann and Ullah, Rizwan and Farr, Jessica and Hill, Adam P. and Kozek, Krystian A. and Vanags, Loren R. and Mitchell, Devyn W. and Kroncke, Brett M. and Vandenberg, Jamie I. (2022) A massively parallel assay accurately discriminates between functionally normal and abnormal variants in a hotspot domain of KCNH2. The American Journal of Human Genetics, 109 (7). pp.1208-1216. ISSN 00029297

Saucerman, Jeffrey J. and Heitmann, Stewart and Shpak, Anton and Vandenberg, Jamie I. and Hill, Adam P. (2021) Arrhythmogenic effects of ultra-long and bistable cardiac action potentials. PLOS Computational Biology, 17 (2). pp. e1008683. ISSN 1553-7358

Pineda, Santiago and Nikolova-Krstevski, Vesna and Leimena, Christiana and Atkinson, Andrew J. and Altekoester, Ann-Kristin and Cox, Charles D. and Jacoby, Arie and Huttner, Inken G. and Ju, Yue-Kun and Soka, Magdalena and Ohanian, Monique and Trivedi, Gunjan and Kalvakuri, Sreehari and Birker, Katja and Johnson, Renee and Molenaar, Peter and Kuchar, Dennis and Allen, David G. and van Helden, Dirk F. and Harvey, Richard P. and Hill, Adam P. and Bodmer, Rolf and Vogler, Georg and Dobrzynski, Halina and Ocorr, Karen and Fatkin, Diane (2021) Conserved Role of the Large Conductance Calcium-Activated Potassium Channel, K Ca 1.1, in Sinus Node Function and Arrhythmia Risk. Circulation: Genomic and Precision Medicine, 14 (2). ISSN 2574-8300

Ng, Chai-Ann and Perry, Matthew D. and Liang, Whitney and Smith, Nicola J. and Foo, Brian and Shrier, Alvin and Lukacs, Gergely L. and Hill, Adam P. and Vandenberg, Jamie I. (2020) High-throughput phenotyping of heteromeric human ether-à-go-go-related gene potassium channel variants can discriminate pathogenic from rare benign variants. Heart Rhythm. pp.30853-30857. ISSN 15475271

Black, Katrina A. and He, Sitong and Jin, Ruitao and Miller, David M. and Bolla, Jani R. and Clarke, Oliver B. and Johnson, Paul and Windley, Monique and Burns, Christopher J. and Hill, Adam P. and Laver, Derek and Robinson, Carol V. and Smith, Brian J. and Gulbis, Jacqueline M. (2020) A constricted opening in Kir channels does not impede potassium conduction. Nature Communications, 11 (1). p. 3024. ISSN 2041-1723

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