Book Chapters

Kelly T & Rose CR (2010) Sodium signals and their significance for axonal function. In New Aspects of Axonal Structure and Function, ed. Feldmeyer D and Lübke J Springer, Berlin. [pdf] [google scholar]

Review Articles

Kelly T & Rose CR (2010) Intracellular ion homeostasis; Impairment in hepatic encephalopathy [Intrazelluläre Ionenhomöostase und deren Beeinträchtigung bei hepatischer Enzephalopathie] Neuroforum 1, 29-37

Peer Reviewed Articles

Kelly T and Beck H. (2017) Functional properties of granule cells with hilar basal dendrites in the epileptic dentate gyrus.  Epilepsia; 58:160-171 [google scholar]

Royeck M*, Kelly T*, Opitz T*, Otte DM, Rennhack A, Woitecki A, Pitsch J, Becker A, Schoch S, Kaupp UB, Yaari Y, Zimmer A, Beck H. (2015) Downregulation of spermine augments dendritic persistent Na+ currents and synaptic integration after status epilepticus. J. Neuroscience; 35:15240-53. *Equal contribution [pdf] [google scholar]

Lennarz S, Alich TC, Kelly T, Blind M, Beck H & Mayer G. (2015). Selective aptamer-based control of intraneuronal signaling. Angew Chem Int Ed Engl. 54, 5369-73. [pdf] [google scholar]

Thome C*, Kelly T*, Yanez A, Schultz C, Engelhardt M, Cambridge SB, Both M, Draguhn A, Beck H & Egorov AV. (2014) Axon-carrying dendrites convey privileged synaptic input in hippocampal neurons. Neuron 83, 1418-30. *Equal contribution [pdf] [google scholar]

Barnes SJ, Opitz T, Merkens M, Kelly T, von der Brelie C, Krueppel R & Beck H. (2010). Stable mossy fiber long-term potentiation requires calcium influx at the granule cell soma, protein synthesis, and microtubule-dependent axonal transport. J. Neuroscience. 30, 12996-13004. [google scholar]

Kelly T & Rose CR (2010). Ammonium influx pathways into astrocytes and neurones of hippocampal slices. J. Neurochemistry 115, 1123-1136. [google scholar]

Kelly T, Kafitz KW, Roderigo C & Rose CR (2009). Ammonium-evoked alterations in intracellular sodium and pH reduce glial glutamate transport activity. Glia 57, 921-934. [google scholar]

Cheng YM, Kelly T & Church J (2008) Potential contribution of a voltage-activated proton conductance to acid extrusion from rat hippocampal neurons. Neuroscience 151, 1084-1098. [google scholar]

Kelly T, Mann M & Church J (2007). The slow afterhyperpolarization modulates high pH-induced changes in the excitability of rat CA1 pyramidal neurons. Eur. J. Neuroscience 26, 2844-2856. [google scholar]

Kelly T & Church J (2006). Relationships between calcium and pH in the regulation of the slow afterhyperpolarization in rat hippocampal neurons. J. Neurophysiology 96, 2342-2353. [google scholar]

Kelly T & Church J (2005). The weak bases NH3 and trimethylamine inhibit the medium and slow afterhyperpolarizations in rat CA1 pyramidal neurons. Pflügers Archiv 451, 418-427. [google scholar]

Kelly T & Church J (2004). pH modulation of currents that contribute to the medium and slow afterhyperpolarizations in rat CA1 pyramidal neurons. J. Physiology 554.2, 449-466. [google scholar]