Robert H. Carnahan, Ph.D.

2003 Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN 
Cell Biology, Microbiology Biology
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Kathleen L. Gould grad student 2003 Vanderbilt
 (The PCH family protein, Cdc15p, interacts directly with two actin nucleation pathways to contribute to cytokinetic actin ring formation in Schizosaccharomyces pombe.)
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Petrie KA, Carnahan RH, Brown AM, et al. (2017) Providing Experiential Business and Management Training for Biomedical Research Trainees. Cbe Life Sciences Education. 16
Shaver CM, Grove BS, Putz N, et al. (2015) Lung Epithelial Tissue Factor Regulates Alveolar Pro-coagulant Activity and Permeability in Direct Acute Lung Injury. American Journal of Respiratory Cell and Molecular Biology
Barrett CW, Smith JJ, Lu LC, et al. (2012) Kaiso directs the transcriptional corepressor MTG16 to the Kaiso binding site in target promoters. Plos One. 7: e51205
Markham NO, Cooper T, Goff M, et al. (2012) Monoclonal antibodies to DIPA: a novel binding partner of p120-catenin isoform 1. Hybridoma (2005). 31: 246-54
Kurley SJ, Bierie B, Carnahan RH, et al. (2012) p120-catenin is essential for terminal end bud function and mammary morphogenesis. Development (Cambridge, England). 139: 1754-64
Akingbade D, Kingsley PJ, Shuck SC, et al. (2012) Selection of monoclonal antibodies against 6-oxo-M(1)dG and their use in an LC-MS/MS assay for the presence of 6-oxo-M(1)dG in vivo. Chemical Research in Toxicology. 25: 454-61
Smith AL, Friedman DB, Yu H, et al. (2011) ReCLIP (reversible cross-link immuno-precipitation): an efficient method for interrogation of labile protein complexes. Plos One. 6: e16206
Carnahan RH, Rokas A, Gaucher EA, et al. (2010) The molecular evolution of the p120-catenin subfamily and its functional associations. Plos One. 5: e15747
Wildenberg GA, Dohn MR, Carnahan RH, et al. (2006) p120-catenin and p190RhoGAP regulate cell-cell adhesion by coordinating antagonism between Rac and Rho. Cell. 127: 1027-39
Xia X, Carnahan RH, Vaughan MH, et al. (2006) p120 serine and threonine phosphorylation is controlled by multiple ligand-receptor pathways but not cadherin ligation. Experimental Cell Research. 312: 3336-48
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