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Intracellular Rod/Ring Structures Regulated by the One-Carbon Metabollic Pathway | Edward K.L. Chan

College of Dentistry, University of Florida

November 18th, 2016 – Fall Seminar

Time and location: Noon at Chem 120

Host: Dr. An

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Calise, S.J., W.C. Carcamo, C. Krueger, J.D. Yin, D.L. Purich, and E.K.L. Chan. 2014. Glutamine deprivation initiates reversible assembly of mammalian rods and rings. Cell Mol Life Sci. 71:2963-73.

Calise, S.J., G.D. Keppeke, L.E. Andrade, and E.K.L. Chan. 2015. Anti-rods/rings: a human model of drug-induced autoantibody generation. Front Immunol. 6:41.

Calise, S.J., D.L. Purich, T. Nguyen, D.A. Saleem, C. Krueger, J.D. Yin, and E.K.L. Chan. 2016. ‘Rod and ring’ formation from IMP dehydrogenase is regulated through the one-carbon metabolic pathway. J Cell Sci. 129:3042-52.