Kirk Kozminski

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Although rat pheochromocytoma (PC12) neurotransmitter storage vesicles are known to contain a variety of neurotransmitters including catecholamines, there is little evidence that the molecular species detected during amperometric monitoring of exocytosis is a catecholamine. Rather, as these are catecholamine-containing cells, one assumes catecholamines are(More)
Human Hexokinase IV, or glucokinase (GK), is a regulator of glucose concentrations in the body. It plays a key role in pancreatic insulin secretion as well as glucose biotransformation in the liver, making it a potentially viable target for treatment of Type 2 diabetes. Allosteric activators of GK have been shown to decrease blood glucose concentrations in(More)
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