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Richard Alfred Mathies grad student 1992 UC Berkeley
 (Time-resolved Resonance Raman Studies of the Phototransduction Mechanism in Bacteriorhodopsin and Halorhodopsin.)
Lubert Stryer post-doc 1993-1997 Stanford

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Jennifer N. Wingard research scientist University of Maryland (Microtree)
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Bartels P, Salveson I, Coleman AM, et al. (2022) Half-calcified calmodulin promotes basal activity and inactivation of the L-type calcium channel Ca1.2. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 102701
Yadav DK, Anderson DE, Hell JW, et al. (2022) Calmodulin promotes a Ca -dependent conformational change in the C-terminal regulatory domain of CaV1.2. Febs Letters
Ames JB. (2022) Structural basis of retinal membrane guanylate cyclase regulation by GCAP1 and RD3. Frontiers in Molecular Neuroscience. 15: 988142
Bej A, Ames JB. (2022) NMR Structures of Calmodulin Bound to Two Separate Regulatory Sites in the Retinal Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated Channel. Biochemistry
Salveson I, Ames JB. (2022) Chemical shift assignments of the C-terminal domain of CaBP1 bound to the IQ-motif of voltage-gated Ca channel (Ca1.2). Biomolecular Nmr Assignments
Bej A, Ames JB. (2022) Chemical shift assignments of calmodulin bound to a C-terminal site (residues 1120-1147) in the β-subunit of a retinal cyclic nucleotide-gated channel (CNGB1). Biomolecular Nmr Assignments
Bej A, Ames JB. (2022) Chemical shift assignments of calmodulin under standard conditions at neutral pH. Biomolecular Nmr Assignments
Bej A, Ames JB. (2022) Chemical shift assignments of calmodulin bound to the β-subunit of a retinal cyclic nucleotide-gated channel (CNGB1). Biomolecular Nmr Assignments
Ames JB. (2021) L-Type Ca Channel Regulation by Calmodulin and CaBP1. Biomolecules. 11
Cudia D, Roseman GP, Assafa TE, et al. (2021) NMR and EPR-DEER Structure of a Dimeric Guanylate Cyclase Activator Protein-5 from Zebrafish Photoreceptors. Biochemistry. 60: 3058-3070
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