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Yeast strain expressing human VDAC2
Technology OverviewThe voltage dependent anion channel (VDAC) proteins are the major pathways for metabolite flux through the outer membrane. These mitochondrial membrane proteins control the flux of anions through voltage gated mechanisms. VDACs have been shown to be important in apoptotic responses and linked to certain neurodegenerative disease...
Published: 5/31/2011   |   Inventor(s): Michael Forte, Elizabeth Blachly-Dyson
Keywords(s): Biological Materials, Biological Materials - Other, Biological Materials - Receptors/Targets, Research Tools, Research Tools - Screening
Category(s): Biological Materials
Yeast strain expressing human VDAC1
Technology OverviewThe voltage dependent anion channel (VDAC) proteins are the major pathways for metabolite flux through the outer membrane. These mitochondrial membrane proteins control the flux of anions through voltage gated mechanisms. VDACs have been shown to be important in apoptotic responses and linked to certain neurodegenerative disease...
Published: 5/31/2011   |   Inventor(s): Michael Forte, Elizabeth Blachly-Dyson
Keywords(s): Biological Materials, Biological Materials - Other, Biological Materials - Receptors/Targets, Research Tools, Research Tools - Screening
Category(s): Biological Materials
Yeast expressing human VDAC isoforms
Technology OverviewThe voltage dependent anion channel (VDAC) proteins are the major pathways for metabolite flux through the outer membrane. These mitochondrial membrane proteins control the flux of anions through voltage gated mechanisms. VDACs have been shown to be important in apoptotic responses and linked to certain neurodegenerative disease...
Published: 1/27/2010   |   Inventor(s): Michael Forte, Elizabeth Blachly-Dyson
Keywords(s): Biological Materials, Biological Materials - Protein/Peptides, Biological Materials - Receptors/Targets
Category(s): Biological Materials
Mouse lines for the conditional elimination of the expression of the peripheral benzodiazapine receptor
Technology OverviewThe peripheral benzodiazepine receptor (PBR) is an 18 kDa, highly hydrophobic protein located in the outer mitochondrial membrane that was initially identified as a binding site for benzodiazepines in tissues that lack GABA receptors, the clinical target of benzodiazepines in the central nervous system. Mouse lines have been ...
Published: 1/27/2010   |   Inventor(s): Michael Forte, Elizabeth Blachly-Dyson, Paolo Bernardi
Keywords(s): Biological Materials, Biological Materials - Mice
Category(s): Biological Materials
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