Ronald D. Vale

Cell Biology University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA 
Cell Biology
"Ronald Vale"


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Stephen Rogers post-doc UCSF
Francis J. McNally post-doc 1994 UCSF
Richard J. McKenney post-doc 2016 UCSF (Neurotree)
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McKenney RJ, Vallee RB. (2011) Two decades of cytoplasmic dynein: From fast to forceful Handbook of Dynein. 27-41
Goldstein LS, Vale RD. (1991) Motor proteins. A brave new world for dynein. Nature. 352: 569-70
McCaffrey G, Vale RD. (1989) Identification of a kinesin-like microtubule-based motor protein in Dictyostelium discoideum Embo Journal. 8: 3229-3234
Vale RD, Ignatius MJ, Shooter EM. (1985) Association of nerve growth factor receptors with the triton X-100 cytoskeleton of PC12 cells. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 5: 2762-70
Vale RD, Hosang M, Shooter EM. (1985) Sialic acid residues on NGF receptors on PC12 cells. Developmental Neuroscience. 7: 55-64
Vale RD, Shooter EM. (1985) Assaying binding of nerve growth factor to cell surface receptors. Methods in Enzymology. 109: 21-39
Vale RD, Peterson SW, Matiuck NV, et al. (1984) Purified plasma membranes inhibit polypeptide growth factor-induced DNA synthesis in subconfluent 3T3 cells Journal of Cell Biology. 98: 1129-1132
Vale RD, Shooter EM. (1983) Epidermal growth factor receptors on PC12 cells: alteration of binding properties by lectins. Journal of Cellular Biochemistry. 22: 99-109
Vale RD, Shooter EM. (1983) Conversion of nerve growth factor-receptor complexes to a slowly dissociating, Triton X-100 insoluble state by anti nerve growth factor antibodies. Biochemistry. 22: 5022-8
Vale RD, De Lean A, Lefkowitz RJ, et al. (1982) Regulation of insulin-receptors in frog erythrocytes by insulin and concanavalin A. Evidence for discrete classes of insulin binding sites Molecular Pharmacology. 22: 619-626
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