Douglas Fambrough

Affiliations: 
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
Area:
cell biology of neurons and muscle
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James Frederick Bonner grad student 1968 Caltech (Neurotree)
 (Studies on plant and animal histones)
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Eisen A, Batzli JM, Becker D, et al. (2005) Points of view: a survey of survey courses: are they effective? Cell Biology Education. 4: 123-37
Okamura H, Yasuhara JC, Fambrough DM, et al. (2003) P-type ATPases in Caenorhabditis and Drosophila: implications for evolution of the P-type ATPase subunit families with special reference to the Na,K-ATPase and H,K-ATPase subgroup. The Journal of Membrane Biology. 191: 13-24
Sweeney C, Fambrough D, Huard C, et al. (2001) Growth factor-specific signaling pathway stimulation and gene expression mediated by ErbB receptors. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 276: 22685-98
Jackson-Grusby L, Beard C, Possemato R, et al. (2001) Loss of genomic methylation causes p53-dependent apoptosis and epigenetic deregulation. Nature Genetics. 27: 31-9
Kostich M, Fire A, Fambrough DM. (2000) Identification and molecular-genetic characterization of a LAMP/CD68-like protein from Caenorhabditis elegans. Journal of Cell Science. 113: 2595-606
Wilson PD, Devuyst O, Li X, et al. (2000) Apical plasma membrane mispolarization of NaK-ATPase in polycystic kidney disease epithelia is associated with aberrant expression of the beta2 isoform. The American Journal of Pathology. 156: 253-68
Gough NR, Zweifel ME, Martinez-Augustin O, et al. (1999) Utilization of the indirect lysosome targeting pathway by lysosome-associated membrane proteins (LAMPs) is influenced largely by the C-terminal residue of their GYXXphi targeting signals. Journal of Cell Science. 112: 4257-69
Zheng Z, Khoo A, Fambrough D, et al. (1999) Homeotic gene expression in the wild-type and a homeotic mutant of the moth Manduca sexta. Development Genes and Evolution. 209: 460-72
Fambrough D, McClure K, Kazlauskas A, et al. (1999) Diverse signaling pathways activated by growth factor receptors induce broadly overlapping, rather than independent, sets of genes. Cell. 97: 727-41
Zhou X, Fambrough DM. (1999) Expression of the avian Na,K-ATPase subunits in Dictyostelium discoideum. The Journal of Membrane Biology. 167: 19-24
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