Matthew Volgraf

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2008 University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
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Dirk Trauner grad student 2008 UC Berkeley
 (I. Photocontrol of ionotropic glutamate receptors and II. Total synthesis of exiguamine A and B.)
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Liu C, Reese R, Vu S, et al. (2020) A Non-covalent Ligand Reveals Biased Agonism of the TRPA1 Ion Channel. Neuron
Sofiyev V, Lumb JP, Volgraf M, et al. (2012) Total synthesis of exiguamines A and B inspired by catecholamine chemistry. Chemistry (Weinheim An Der Bergstrasse, Germany). 18: 4999-5005
Volgraf M, Banghart M, Trauner D. (2011) Switchable Proteins and Channels Molecular Switches, Second Edition. 1: 563-593
Numano R, Szobota S, Lau AY, et al. (2009) Nanosculpting reversed wavelength sensitivity into a photoswitchable iGluR. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 106: 6814-9
Szobota S, Numano R, Wyart C, et al. (2009) Engineering light-gated glutamate receptors Biophysical Journal. 96: 489a
Volgraf M, Lumb JP, Brastianos HC, et al. (2008) Biomimetic synthesis of the IDO inhibitors exiguamine A and B. Nature Chemical Biology. 4: 535-7
Wang S, Wang Y, Szobota S, et al. (2008) All optical platform for parallel and spatiotemporal control of neuronal activity Optics Infobase Conference Papers
Wang S, Szobota S, Wang Y, et al. (2007) All optical interface for parallel, remote, and spatiotemporal control of neuronal activity. Nano Letters. 7: 3859-63
Gorostiza P, Volgraf M, Numano R, et al. (2007) Mechanisms of photoswitch conjugation and light activation of an ionotropic glutamate receptor. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 104: 10865-70
Szobota S, Gorostiza P, Del Bene F, et al. (2007) Remote control of neuronal activity with a light-gated glutamate receptor. Neuron. 54: 535-45
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