Travis J Nelson

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Given the clear role of protein aggregation in human disease, there is a critical need for assays capable of quantifying protein aggregation in living systems. We hypothesized that the inherently low background and biocompatibility of luminescence signal readouts could provide a potential solution to this problem. Herein, we describe a set of(More)
Inhibition of potassium channels is possibly the first step in the sequence of biochemical events leading to memory formation. These channels appear to be regulated directly or indirectly by GTP-binding proteins (G proteins), which may themselves be affected by phosphorylation and dephosphorylation in response to elevated calcium levels or other phenomena(More)
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