Kyle E. Montgomery

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It is widely accepted that macrophages and other inflammatory cells support tumor progression and metastasis. During early stages of neoplastic development, tumor-infiltrating macrophages (TAMs) mount an immune response against transformed cells. Frequently, however, cancer cells escape the immune surveillance, an event that is accompanied by macrophage(More)
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) was once largely a hospital-acquired infection, but increasingly, community-associated MRSA (CA-MRSA) is causing outbreaks among otherwise healthy people in athletic settings. Secondary school athletic trainers, student athletes, and the general student population may be at elevated risk of MRSA infection.(More)
Suramin is a large naphthyl-polysulfonate compound that inhibits an array of receptors and enzymes, and it has also been reported to block currents mediated by glutamate receptors. This study shows that suramin and several structurally related compounds [8,8'-[carbonylbis(imino-3,1-phenylenecarbonylamino)]bis-(1,3,5-naphthalenetrisulfonic acid), 6Na(More)
Radioligand binding studies have shown that AMPA receptors exist in two variants that differ about twenty-fold in their binding affinities, with brain receptors being mainly of the low-affinity type and recombinantly expressed receptors having almost exclusively high affinity. However, the physiological correlate of high- and low-affinity binding is not yet(More)
Glutamate receptors are competitively inhibited by guanine nucleotides. Insight into the physiological function of this inhibition would be greatly advanced if nucleotide binding could be eliminated through mutations without altering other aspects of receptor function, or if compounds were discovered that selectively prevent nucleotide binding. It was(More)
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