Researcher interests: Structure and mechanism of neurotransmitter transporters using molecular biological, biochemical and electrophysiological approaches.
FACULTY / SCHOOL: School of Medicine - IMRIC
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Selected Publications

Baruch Kanner, oshrat dayanalon
internal gate mutants of the gaba transporter gat1 are capable of substrate exchange (2019)| Neuropharmacology| Read more
alaa sliman, Baruch Kanner, nechama silverstein, thomas stockner
both reentrant loops of the sodium coupled glutamate transporters contain molecular determinants of cation selectivity (2018)| Journal of Biological Chemistry| Read more
andrew escayg, bryan philbrook, cristina silva, george andrew inglis, hanna boussidan, john alexander, kameryn butler, Baruch Kanner, kari mattison, oshrat dayan, vikas bhambhani
slc6a1 variants identified in epilepsy patients reduce γ aminobutyric acid transport (2018)| Epilepsia| Read more
anu nagarajan, assaf benyona, Baruch Kanner, lucy forrest, oshrat dayan, raven shah
an extra amino acid residue in transmembrane domain 10 of the γ aminobutyric acid gaba transporter gat 1 is required for efficient ion coupled transport (2017)| Journal of Biological Chemistry| Read more
christof grewer, Baruch Kanner, nechama silverstein, rose tanui, Zhen Tao
electrogenic steps associated with substrate binding to the neuronal glutamate transporter eaac1 (2016)| Journal of Biological Chemistry| Read more
christoph fahlke, david ewers, Baruch Kanner, lucy forrest, nechama silverstein
molecular determinants of substrate specificity in sodium coupled glutamate transporters (2015)| Journal of Biological Chemistry| Read more
Baruch Kanner, maram hilwi, oshrat dayan
conformationally sensitive proximity of extracellular loops 2 and 4 of the γ aminobutyric acid gaba transporter gat 1 inferred from paired cysteine mutagenesis (2014)| Journal of Biological Chemistry| Read more
assaf benyona, Baruch Kanner, oshrat dayan
the aromatic and charge pairs of the thin extracellular gate of the γ aminobutyric acid transporter gat 1 are differently impacted by mutation (2014)| Journal of Biological Chemistry| Read more
Baruch Kanner, mustafa shabaneh, Noa Rosental
disulfide cross linking of transport and trimerization domains of a neuronal glutamate transporter restricts the role of the substrate to the gating of the anion conductance (2014)| Journal of Biological Chemistry| Read more

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