2014 Speca DJ, Ogata G, Mandikian D, Wiler SW, Eum K, Wenzel HJ, Doisy ET, Matt L, Campi KL, Golub MS, Nerbonne JM, Hell JW, Trainor BC, Sack JT, Schwartzkroin PA, Trimmer JS. Deletion of the Kv2.1 delayed rectifier potassium channel leads to neuronal and behavioral hyperexcitability. Genes, Brain and Behavior, in press.
2014 Sack JT, Eum KS. Ion channel inhibitors. Handbook of Ion Channels. Zheng J, Trudeau M, editors (CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida) in press.
2013 Sack JT, Stephanopoulos N, Austin DC, Francis MB, Trimmer JS. Antibody-guided photoablation of voltage-gated potassium currents. Journal of General Physiology, 142:315-324.
2011 Mandikian, D., O. Cerda, J.T. Sack, and J.S. Trimmer. 2011. A SUMO-Phospho tag team for wrestling with potassium channel gating. The Journal of general physiology. 137:435-439.
2010 Al-Sabi, A., O. Shamotienko, S.N. Dhochartaigh, N. Muniyappa, M. Le Berre, H. Shaban, J. Wang, J.T. Sack, and J.O. Dolly. 2010. Arrangement of Kv1 alpha subunits dictates sensitivity to tetraethylammonium. J Gen Physiol. 136:273-282.
2008 Sack, J.T., O. Shamotienko, and J.O. Dolly. 2008. How to Validate a Heteromeric Ion Channel Drug Target: Assessing Proper Expression of Concatenated Subunits. J Gen Physiol. 131:415-420.
2007 Sokolov, M.V., O. Shamotienko, S.N. Dhochartaigh, J.T. Sack, and J.O. Dolly. 2007. Concatemers of brain Kv1 channel alpha subunits that give similar K(+) currents yield pharmacologically distinguishable heteromers. Neuropharmacology. 53:272-282.
2006 Sack, J.T., and R.W. Aldrich. 2006. Binding of a gating modifier toxin induces intersubunit cooperativity early in the Shaker K channel's activation pathway. J Gen Physiol. 128:119-132.
2003 Kelley, W.P., A.M. Wolters, J.T. Sack, R.A. Jockusch, J.C. Jurchen, E.R. Williams, J.V. Sweedler, and W.F. Gilly. 2003. Characterization of a novel gastropod toxin (6-bromo-2-mercaptotryptamine) that inhibits shaker K channel activity. J Biol Chem. 278:34934-34942.
2004 Sack, J.T., R.W. Aldrich, and W.F. Gilly. 2004. A gastropod toxin selectively slows early transitions in the Shaker K channel's activation pathway. J Gen Physiol. 123:685-696.