Scott P Kelly
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Neuropeptides and the control of food intake in fish
H Volkoff, LF Canosa, S Unniappan, JM Cerda-Reverter, NJ Bernier, ...
General and comparative endocrinology 142 (1-2), 3-19, 2005
5692005
Effects of salinity and nutritional status on growth and metabolism of Spams sarba in a closed seawater system
NYS Woo, SP Kelly
Aquaculture 135 (1-3), 229-238, 1995
2221995
Tight junctions, tight junction proteins and paracellular permeability across the gill epithelium of fishes: a review
H Chasiotis, D Kolosov, P Bui, SP Kelly
Respiratory physiology & neurobiology 184 (3), 269-281, 2012
1462012
Haloplasticity of black seabream (Mylio macrocephalus): Hypersaline to freshwater acclimation
SP Kelly, INK Chow, NYS Woo
Journal of Experimental Zoology 283 (3), 226-241, 1999
1251999
Chronic salinity adaptation modulates hepatic heat shock protein and insulin-like growth factor I expression in black sea bream
EE Deane, SP Kelly, JCY Luk, NYS Woo
Marine Biotechnology 4 (2), 193-205, 2002
1242002
Cultured gill epithelia as models for the freshwater fish gill
CM Wood, SP Kelly, B Zhou, M Fletcher, M O'Donnell, B Eletti, P Pärt
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Biomembranes 1566 (1-2), 72-83, 2002
1002002
The response of sea bream following abrupt hyposmotic exposure
SP Kelly, NYS Woo
Journal of Fish Biology 55 (4), 732-750, 1999
951999
Transport properties of cultured branchial epithelia from freshwater rainbow trout: a novel preparation with mitochondria-rich cells
M Fletcher, SP Kelly, P Part, MJ O'Donnell, CM Wood
Journal of Experimental Biology 203 (10), 1523-1537, 2000
922000
Effects of prolactin and growth hormone on strategies of hypoosmotic adaptation in a marine teleost, Sparus sarba
SP Kelly, INK Chow, NYS Woo
General and comparative endocrinology 113 (1), 9-22, 1999
821999
Procedures for the preparation and culture of'reconstructed'rainbow trout branchial epithelia
SP Kelly, M Fletcher, P Pärt, CM Wood
Methods in Cell Science 22 (2), 153-163, 2000
802000
Claudins in teleost fishes
D Kolosov, P Bui, H Chasiotis, SP Kelly
Tissue barriers 1 (3), e25391, 2013
792013
Effects of GH, prolactin and cortisol on hepatic heat shock protein 70 expression in a marine teleost Sparus sarba
EE Deane, SP Kelly, CKM Lo, NYS Woo
Journal of Endocrinology 161 (3), 413-422, 1999
781999
Claudin-3 tight junction proteins in Tetraodon nigroviridis: cloning, tissue-specific expression, and a role in hydromineral balance
M Bagherie-Lachidan, SI Wright, SP Kelly
American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative …, 2008
742008
Effect of cortisol on the physiology of cultured pavement cell epithelia from freshwater trout gills
SP Kelly, CM Wood
American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative …, 2001
742001
Effect of cortisol on permeability and tight junction protein transcript abundance in primary cultured gill epithelia from stenohaline goldfish and euryhaline trout
H Chasiotis, SP Kelly
General and comparative endocrinology 172 (3), 494-504, 2011
732011
The endocrine regulation of food intake
H Volkoff, S Unniappan, SP Kelly
Fish physiology 28, 421-465, 2009
712009
Glucocorticoid and mineralocorticoid receptors regulate paracellular permeability in a primary cultured gill epithelium
SP Kelly, H Chasiotis
Journal of Experimental Biology 214 (14), 2308-2318, 2011
692011
Occludin immunolocalization and protein expression in goldfish
H Chasiotis, SP Kelly
Journal of Experimental Biology 211 (10), 1524-1534, 2008
692008
Physiological responses to acute silver exposure in the freshwater crayfish (Cambarus diogenes diogenes)—a model invertebrate?
M Grosell, CJ Brauner, SP Kelly, JC McGeer, A Bianchini, CM Wood
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 21 (2), 369-374, 2002
672002
Effects of cortisol and prolactin on Na+ and Cl- transport in cultured branchial epithelia from FW rainbow trout
B Zhou, SP Kelly, JP Ianowski, CM Wood
American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative …, 2003
622003
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