IT (Articles in internationally reviewed academic journals)

Suenaert, P., Maerten, P., Van Assche, G., Van Driessche, W., Geboes, K., Bulteel, V., Simaels, J., Augustijns, P., Ceuppens, J., Rutgeerts, P., Perrier, C. (2010). Effects of T cell induced colonic inflammation on epithelial barrier function. Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, 16 (8), 1322-1331.

Ignoul, S., Simaels, J., Hermans, D., Annaert, W., Eggermont, J. (2007). Human ClC-6 is a late endosomal glycoprotein that associates with detergent-resistant lipid domains. PLoS ONE, 2 (5), e474.

Cucu, D., Simaels, J., Eggermont, J., Van Driessche, W., Zeiske, W. (2005). Opposite effects of Ni2+ on Xenopus and rat ENaCs expressed in Xenopus oocytes. American Journal of Physiology. Cell Physiology, 289 (4), C946-58.

Cucu, D., Simaels, J., Jans, D., Van Driessche, W. (2004). The transoocyte voltage clamp: a non-invasive technique for electrophysiological experiments with Xenopus laevis oocytes. Pflügers Archiv : European journal of physiology., 447 (6), 934-42.

Jans, D., Simaels, J., Larivière, E., Steels, P., Van Driessche, W. (2004). Extracellular Ca2+ regulates the stimulation of Na+ transport in A6 renal epithelia. American journal of physiology. Renal physiology., 287 (4), F840-9.

Amuzescu, B., Segal Stanciu, A., Flonta, M., Simaels, J., Van Driessche, W. (2003). Zinc is a voltage-dependent blocker of native and heterologously expressed epithelial Na+ channels. Pflugers archiv-european journal of physiology, 446 (1), 69-77.

Cucu, D., Simaels, J., Van Driessche, W., Zeiske, W. (2003). External Ni2+ and ENaC in A6 cells: Na+ current stimulation by competition at a binding site for amiloride and Na+. Journal of membrane biology, 194 (1), 33-45.

Atia, F., Mountian, I., Simaels, J., Waelkens, E., Van Driessche, W. (2002). Stimulatory effects on Na+ transport in renal epithelia induced by extracts of Nigella arvensis are caused by adenosine. Journal of Experimental Biology, 205 (Pt 23), 3729-37.

Jans, D., De Weer, P., Srinivas, S., Larivière, E., Simaels, J., Van Driessche, W. (2002). Mg(2+)-sensitive non-capacitative basolateral Ca(2+) entry secondary to cell swelling in the polarized renal A6 epithelium. Journal of Physiology-London, 541 (Pt 1), 91-101.

Jans, D., Srinivas, S., Waelkens, E., Segal Stanciu, A., Larivière, E., Simaels, J., Van Driessche, W. (2002). Hypotonic treatment evokes biphasic ATP release across the basolateral membrane of cultured renal epithelia (A6). Journal of Physiology-London, 545 (Pt 2), 543-55.

Weber, W., Segal Stanciu, A., Simaels, J., Vankeerberghen, A., Cassiman, J., Van Driessche, W. (2001). Functional integrity of the vesicle transporting machinery is required for complete activation of cFTR expressed in xenopus laevis oocytes. Pflügers Archiv : European journal of physiology., 441 (6), 850-9.

Grosse, T., Heid, I., Simaels, J., Beck, F., Nagel, W., Van Driessche, W., Dorge, A. (2001). Changes in element-composition of A6 cells following hypotonic stress. Pflugers archiv-european journal of physiology, 442 (2), 297-303.

Jans, D., Simaels, J., Cucu, D., Zeiske, W., Van Driessche, W. (2000). Effects of extracellular Mg2+ on transepithelial capacitance and Na+ transport in A6 cells under different osmotic conditions. Pflugers archiv-european journal of physiology, 439 (5), 504-512.

Verhaegen, K., Baert, K., Simaels, J., Van Driessche, W. (2000). A high-throughput silicon microphysiometer. Sensors and actuators. A: Physical, 82 (1-3), 186-190.

Van Driessche, W., De Vos, R., Jans, D., Simaels, J., De Smet, P., Raskin, G. (1999). Transepithelial capacitance decrease reveals closure of lateral interspace in A6 epithelia. Pflügers Archiv : European journal of physiology., 437 (5), 680-90.

Verhaegen, K., Simaels, J., Van Driessche, W., Baert, K., Sansen, W., Puers, R., Hermans, L., Mertens, R. (1999). A Biomedical Microphysiometer. Biomedical microdevices, 2 (2), 93-98.

De Smet, P., Jans, D., Simaels, J., Van Driessche, W. (1998). Swelling-activated cation-selective channels in A6 epithelia are permeable to large cations. American Journal of Physiology. Cell Physiology, 275 (2), C358-C366.

Flonta, M., Simaels, J., Mesotten, D., Van Driessche, W. (1998). Cu2+ reveals different binding sites of amiloride and CDPC on the apical Na channel of frog skin. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, 1370 (1), 169-74.

De Smet, P., Simaels, J., Declercq, P., Van Driessche, W. (1995). Regulatory volume decrease in cultured kidney cells (A6): role of amino acids. The Journal of General Physiology, 106 (3), 525-42.

De Smet, P., Simaels, J., Van Driessche, W. (1995). Regulatory volume decrease in a renal distal tubular cell line (A6). II. Effect of Na+ transport rate. Pflügers Archiv: European Journal of Physiology, 430 (6), 945-53.

De Smet, P., Simaels, J., Van Driessche, W. (1995). Regulatory volume decrease in a renal distal tubular cell line (A6). I. Role of K+ and Cl-. Pflügers Archiv: European Journal of Physiology, 430 (6), 936-44.

Van Driessche, W., Desmedt, L., De Smet, P., Simaels, J. (1993). Poorly selective cation channels in apical membranes of epithelia. EXS, 66, 225-45.

Desmedt, L., Simaels, J., Van Driessche, W. (1993). Ca(2+)-blockable, poorly selective cation channels in the apical membrane of amphibian epithelia. UO2(2+) reveals two channel types. The Journal of General Physiology, 101 (1), 85-102.

Desmedt, L., Simaels, J., Van Driessche, W. (1993). Ca(2+)-blockable, poorly selective cation channels in the apical membrane of amphibian epithelia. Tetracaine blocks the UO2(2+)-insensitive pathway. The Journal of General Physiology, 101 (1), 103-16.

Vandriessche, W., Desmedt, L., Simaels, J. (1991). Blockage of na+ currents through poorly selective cation channels in the apical membrane of frog-skin and toad urinary-bladder. Pflügers Archiv: European Journal of Physiology, 418 (3), 193-203.

Desmedt, L., Simaels, J., Vandriessche, W. (1991). Amiloride blockage of na+ channels in amphibian epithelia does not require external ca2+. Pflügers Archiv: European Journal of Physiology, 419 (6), 632-638.

Vandriessche, W., Erlij, D., Simaels, J. (1989). Role of an apical cation-selective channel in function of tight epithelia. Biology of the Cell, 66 (1-2), 37-41.

Vandriessche, W., Simaels, J., Aelvoet, I., Erlij, D. (1988). Cation-selective channels in amphibian epithelia - electrophysiological properties and activation. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A, Comparative Physiology, 90 (4), 693-699.

IC (Papers at international scientific conferences and symposia, published in full in proceedings)

Verhaegen, K., Baert, K., Puers, R., Sansen, W., Simaels, J., Van Driessche, W., Hermans, L., Mertens, R. (1999). A silicon microphysiometer for high-throughput drug screening. . Micro- and Nanofabricated Structures and Devices for Biomedical Environmental Applications II. Leuven Belgium SPIE.

DI (Misc.)

Van Driessche, W., Jans, D., Larivière, E., Simaels, J., Waelkens, E., Segal Stanciu, A., Srinivas, S. (2003). Hypotonicity induces biphasic ATP release across the basolateral membrane of cultured renal epithelia (A6). Biophysical Journal, 84 (2).

Verhaegen, K., Baert, K., Simaels, J., Van Driessche, W. (1999). Microcalorimetry for high-throughput drug screening.

Verhaegen, K., Baert, K., Puers, R., Sansen, W., Simaels, J., Van Driessche, W., Hermans, L., Mertens, R. (1999). A high-throughput silicon microphysiometer.

This list is generated from Lirias and contains data from Lirias as it is entered and validated by the researcher.