George Richerson, M.D., Ph.D., professor and chairman of neurology, and professor of molecular physiology
and biophysics, and neurosurgery at the UI Carver College of Medicine, also an author on the paper, says, "These findings provide an explanation for why SUDEP occurs after seizures, because patients would stop breathing but be completely unaware that their blood oxygen levels are progressively dropping to fatally low levels.
Editors Boron (physiology and biophysics, Case Western Reserve U.), Boulpaep (cellular and molecular physiology
, Yale U.
Metabolism and Molecular Physiology
and Saccharomyces cerevisiae, 2nd edition
Jonathan Lederer, MD, PhD, professor of physiology at the UM SOM, as well as director of the Center for Biomedical Engineering and Technology, and David Warshaw, PhD, professor of molecular physiology
and biophysics at University of Vermont (UVM) and the Cardiovascular Research Institute of Vermont, describe how myosin-binding protein C ("C protein") allows the muscle fibers in the heart to work in perfect synchrony.
The paper's senior author and professor of Psychiatry and of Molecular Physiology
and Biophysics, Sachin Patel, said that this discovery may help explain why marijuana users say they take the drug mainly to reduce anxiety.
Cobb Non-Invasive Vascular Research Laboratory; Doctor of Physical Therapy & Duke Molecular Physiology
Nemery, "Polyamines in the lung: Polyamine uptake and polyamine-linked pathological or toxicological conditions," The American Journal of Physiology--Lung Cellular and Molecular Physiology
The study of plant nitrogen metabolism is periodized here into the pre-genomic concentration on molecular physiology
and identifying transporters and signal transduction cascades, the genomic search for gene sequences, and the current post-genomic extraction of information from the genome and exploration of interaction between different scales of organization.
The major areas addressed in the 16 contributions include lipid metabolism, adipose tissue biology, ss cell function and insulin resistance, and the molecular genetics and molecular physiology
of energy homeostasis.
Rios, also a member of the cellular and molecular physiology
and neuroscience program faculties at the Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences at Tufts, said that they know that low levels of the BDNF protein in the brain lead to overeating and dramatic obesity in mice.