Joseph-Patrick Clarke

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Peripheral neuropathies can result in cytoskeletal changes in axons, ultimately leading to Wallerian degeneration and cell death. Recently, autophagy has been studied as a potential target for improving axonal survival and growth during peripheral nerve damage. This study investigates the influence of autophagy on adult dorsal root ganglia (DRG) neuron(More)
(1-Pyrene)sulfonyl azide (PySA), a fluorescent, lipophilic photolabel, was used as a probe for the transmembrane topology of the acetylcholine receptor (AchR) subunits. Photolabeling of native, alkaline-extracted, and reconstituted AchR membrane preparations resulted in the labeling of all the AchR subunits. However the reconstituted AchR membrane(More)
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