Jobyna Hazzard

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Synaptobrevin is a synaptic vesicle protein that has an essential role in exocytosis and forms the SNARE complex with syntaxin and SNAP-25. We have analyzed the structure of isolated synaptobrevin and its binary interaction with syntaxin using NMR spectroscopy. Our results demonstrate that isolated synaptobrevin in largely unfolded in solution. The entire(More)
Complexins are evolutionarily conserved proteins that specifically bind to soluble N-ethylmaleimide-sensitive factor attachment protein receptor (SNARE) complexes and thus may regulate SNARE function. Using purified proteins, we have performed a detailed analysis of the structure of complexin and of its interaction with SNARE proteins. NMR spectroscopy(More)
Recently, we demonstrated that an array biosensor could be used with cocktails of fluorescent antibodies to perform three assays simultaneously on a single substrate, and that multiple samples could be analyzed in parallel. We extend this technology to demonstrate the simultaneous analysis of six samples for six different hazardous analytes, including both(More)
Whether the setting is urban, rural, or somewhere in between, engagement strategies for the underserved require a great deal of flexibility and sensitivity to the socioeconomic, cultural, and geographic conditions of the patient population. The following report details how three unique communities designed specific strategies to engage underserved(More)
Using health information technology (IT) can potentially address health disparities by increasing access to care, delivering higher-quality care, improving patient-provider communication, and enhancing patient safety. It describes challenges encountered by three underserved Beacon Communities that implemented health IT interventions, including inadequate(More)
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