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1. 2010 The Role of Biomedical Imaging in Future Healthcare Scenarios Medical Device Manufacturing and Technology 2006. Touch Briefings
2. 2010 The New Anatomist - The Anatomical Record biomedical imaging
3. 2010 Site-Specific Neurotoxicity Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Toxin Action, Vol. 4. Taylor and Francis
4. 2010 Innovation or Reinvention Future Pharmaceuticals Q4: 141-144
5. 2009 Will personalized medicine help in “transforming” the business of healthcare Personalized Medicine 6:555-565
6. 2009 DIA Journal special edition on Biomarkers None
7. 2008 The Purkinje cells as a site of action of neurotoxicity Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Toxin Action, Vol. 4
8. 2008 Technologic Innovations that will Improve the Quality of Care and the Quality of Life for the Cancer Patient Coping with Cancer (Jacobs, L.K, ed.) Nova Scientific Publishers, pp.13-21.
9. 2007 The Role of Biomarkers in Drug Development Future Pharmaceuticals US 5: 44-52.
10. 2007 Editorial for Biomarkers Edition Drug Information J. 41:551-553
11. 2006 The Role of Biomedical Imaging in Future Healthcare Scenarios. Medical Device Manufacturing and Technology TouchBriefings 4 :58-59
12. 2006 Innovation and Reinvention Future Pharmaceuticals US 2: 142-145
13. 2005 The business of biomarkers in pharmaceutical development American Pharmaceutical Review. 8(6): 34-37.
14. 2004 Developmental Neurotoxicity of Ketamine: Morphometric Confirmation, Exposure Paramaters, and Multiple Flourescent Labeling of Apoptotic Neurons Tox Sci. 81: 364-370
15. 2003 Quantitative Neurotoxicity Computational Neuroanatomy (G.Ascoli, ed) Humana Press. pp. 383-400.
16. 2003 New Tools for New Technologies American Pharmaceut.Outsourcing. (2003) 4:36-40
17. 2002 Ontogeny of N-methyl-d-aspartate (NMDA) receptor system and susceptibility to neurotoxicity Tox. Sci. 68; 9-17.
18. 2002 Subcellular interactions between parallel fibre and climbing fibre signals in Purkinje cells predict sensitivity of classical conditioning to interstimulus interval Integr Physiol Behav Sci. 37:265-292.
19. 2001 Biomedical Imaging: 2001 and Beyond New Anatomist 265:37-53
20. 2000 Research Equipment and Resource Requirements Of NIH-Supported Investigators: An Assessment of Current Conditions and Recommendations for Future Funding and Programs FASEB Publication
21. 2000 Magnetic Resonance Imaging: From Atomic Physics to Visualization, Understanding and Treatment of Brain Disorders FASEB Breakthroughs in Science.
22. 1999 Virtual Neuropathology: 3-Dimensional Visualization and Quantitation of Lesions Due to Toxic Insult. Toxicol. Patholog. 28:100-104
23. 1999 Virtual Neuropathology: A new approach to preclinical pathology using Magnetic Resonance Imaging Microscopy Spectroscopy 14(7) 17-22.
24. 1999 Infrared spectroscopic imaging of biochemical modifications induced in the cerebellum of the Niemann-Pick type C mouse J.Biomed.Optics 4(1 ):7-13.
25. 1999 3-Dimensional Visualization of Excitotoxic Lesions in Rat Brain using Magnetic Resonance Imaging Microscopy NeuroProtocols 10:737-741
26. 1999 Scientists accountable to public for funding support AAA Newsletter 8(2):5-6
27. 1999 More Money for Shared Instrumentation AAA Newsletter 8(1):4-5
28. 1999 AAA opposes expansion of USDA regs AAA Newsletter 8(1):3
29. 1999 Redefining rats, mice and birds Science 284: 49-50
30. 1998 Infrared microspectroscopic imaging of the cerebellum of normal and drug treated rats. Cell. Mol. BioI. 44, 29-38
31. 1998 Enhancing the development and use of emerging" science in regulatory decisions CDER intranet, FDA
32. 1998 Infrared spectroscopic imaging as a tool for pathology. Progress in Biomedical Optics, Vol. 3257 (Mantsch, H.H. and Jackson, M., eds.) SPIE, Billingham, WA pp. 178-186
33. 1997 Imaging Brain Structure and Function: Emerging Technologies in the Neurosciences Ann. NY Acad. Sc., Vo1. 820
34. 1997 Applications of fourier transform infrared imaging microscopy in neurotoxicity Ann.N.Y.Acad.Sci. 820, 234-247
35. 1997 Protein kinase C -activators and inhibitors Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Toxin Action, Vol. 1 (Lazarovici, P. and Gutman, Y., eds.) Harwood Academic Publishers, pp. 405-426
36. 1997 Time-resolved imaging of protein kinase C activation during sea urchin egg fertilization Exp.Cell Res. 234 (1), 115-124.
37. 1996 High resolution fluorescent labeling of living cerebellar slices Brain Res.730: 125-132.
38. 1996 Human olfactory neuroepithelial cells: tyrosine phosphorylation and process extension are increased by the combination of IL-1beta, IL-6, NGF, bFGF. Exp. Neurol. 142 (1),179-194
39. 1996 Synergistic activation of protein kinase C by arachidonic acid and diacylglycerols in vitro: Generation of membrane-bound, cofactor-independent protein kinase C activity Bioch.Biophys.Acta 1292: 167-176.
40. 1995 Membrane protein kinases and phosphatases. Handbook of Biomembranes. Vol. 3. (Meir Shinitzky, ed.). VCH/Balaban Publishers, pp. 253-281.
41. 1995 Effects of diacylglycerols on conformation of phosphatidylcholine headgroups in phosphatidylcholine/ phosphatidylserine bilayers Biophys.J. 69:965-973
42. 1995 Application of a membrane fusion assay for rapid drug screening Pharmaceut. Res. 12:1417-1422.
43. 1995 Translocation and activation of protein kinase C by a tumor promoting alkane, pristane. Cancer Res. 55:518-524
44. 1995 Incorporation of fluorescent lipids into rat hippocampal and cerebellar slices. Neurolmage 1, 264-275
45. 1995 Imaging protein kinase C activation in living sea urchin eggs after fertilization. Dev.Biol. 172, 675­682
46. 1994 Arachidonic acid and diacylglycerol act synergistically to induce long-term potentiation in the CA3 region of the rat hippocampus Neuroscience, 60, 737-743.
47. 1994 Monitoring of neural networks in brain slices using fluorescently labeled phospholipids Neuroprotocols: A Companion to Methods In Neurosciences, 5, 5-11.
48. 1994 Cellular Biochemistry in Intact Neuronal Systems NeuroProtocols: A Companion to Methods in Neurosciences. Academic Press.
49. 1994 Effects of Diacylglycerols and Ca2+ on structure of Phosphatidlycholine/Phosphatidlyserine Bilayers Biophys, J., 66, 382-393
50. 1994 Incorporation of fluorescent lipids into living brain slices. "Time-Resolved Laser Spectroscopy in Biochemistry" SPIE Proceedings, Vol. 2137, "Time-resolved laser spectro-scopy in Biochemistry IV", SPIE­-The International Society for Optical Engineering, Bellingham. pp. 39-48
51. 1994 Lateralization of membrane-associated protein kinase C in rat piriform cortex: specific to operant training cues in the olfactory modality Behav.Brain Res., 61, 37-46
52. 1994 NeuroProtocols: A Companion to Methods in Neurosciences Vol.5.Academic Press, San Diego. pp. 1, 4
53. 1993 Associative learning changes in protein kinase C in synaptosomes of the rabbit hippocampus. Proc.NatI.Acad.ScLU.SA, 90, 4286-4289
54. 1993 The mechanism of activation of Protein Kinase C in long-term neuronal processes. Invited Minireview, Cellular Signalling, 5, 695-708
55. 1992 Protein Kinase C: Current concepts and future perspectives Ellis Horwood, London
56. 1992 Chemical modification of arginine residues of protein kinase C. Biochem. Intern. 27, 439-447
57. 1992 Staurosporine neurotropic effects in PC12 cells are independent of protein kinase C. Mol. Pharmacol. 42, 35-43
58. 1992 Interaction of alamethicin, mellitin and protein kinase C with pure and phospholipid monolayer Bioelectrochem. & Bioeng. 28:85-103
59. 1992 Heterogenous distribution of fluorescent phorbol ester in living sea urchin embryos. Biol.Bull., 183, 365-366
60. 1992 Identification of two populations of protein kinase C activity in rat brain membranes. J. Neurochem., 58,461-470
61. 1992 Cell-specificity of molecular changes during memory storage. J.Neurochem., 60, 646-651
62. 1992 Lipid vesicles which can bind to protein kinase C and activated the enzyme in presence of EGTA. Eur.J.Biochem, 208, 327-332
63. 1992 Cellular memory in vertebrates and invertebrates. In: Development, transplantation and plasticity of the nervous system.eds J.R. Cronly-Dilion and M. Ferguson. Chapman and Hall, London, pp.215­235.
64. 1992 Membrane-associated protein kinase C activity. In, Protein Kinase C: Current concepts and future perspectives., Ellis Horwood, West Sussex, pp.80-101.
65. 1992 Invited review, Biochem.Biophys. Biophys.Acta, 1134, 261-272
66. 1991 Dephosphorylation in the parasite, Leishmania major Acta Cient.Venezol. 42, 142-152.
67. 1991 Action of organic solvents on protein kinase C. Eur. J. Pharmacol. Mol. Pharm.206: 301-308.
68. 1991 Association of Protein Kinase C Phosphorylation Pathways: An integral component of associative memory processes Prog.Brain Research 89: 235-247
69. 1991 Divalent cation-induced changes in conformation of protein kinase C. Biophys. Chem., 39, 215-224
70. 1991 Arachidonic acid and diacylglycerol synergistically activate protein kinase C in vitro and in vivo. Biochem.Biophys.Res.Comm. 179, 1522-1528
71. 1990 Ligand-induced conformational changes in protein kinase C Int. J. BioI. Macromol. 12: 251-6
72. 1990 The role of membrane biophysical properties in the regulation of protein kinase C activity. Trends in Pharmacol. Sci. 11: 317-20
73. 1990 Structural distinction between soluble and particulate protein kinase C species J. Prot. Chem. 9: 209-20
74. 1990 Lipid dependent surface conformations of protein kinase C Biochim. Biophys. Acta. 1039: 33-41
75. 1990 Penetration of protein kinase C into lipid bilayers Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 277: 318-23
76. 1990 Extracellular phosphorylation in the parasite, Leishmania major Biochim. Biophys. Acta. 1023 (2): 293-8.
77. 1990 Identification of protein kinase C in Entamoeba histolytica. Compo Biochem. Physiol., 97B,707-711
78. 1990 Application of high pressure to fractionate membrane protein-lipid complexes. A case study of protein kinase C Anal. Biochem.191: 80-85.
79. 1990 In vitro linoleic acid activation of protein kinase C Biochim. Biophys. Acta. 1054: 297-303
80. 1989 High pressure extraction of membrane-associated protein kinase C J. Neurochem. 52: 1950-3
81. 1988 Characterization of the cAMP­induced activation of sodium channels in toad bladder membrane vesicles Am. J. Physiol. 254: C802-8.
82. 1987 Possible involvement of phosphorylation/dephosphorylation in regulation of epithelial sodium channels. Membrane Receptors, Dynamics and Energetics (K.WA Wirtz et aI., eds.). Plenum Press, New York and London, pp. 261-8
83. 1987 Developmental changes in the concentration of a-bungarotoxin binding sites in the brain of tobacco hornworm, Manduca sexta Neurochem. Int. 10: 571-81
84. 1987 Characterization of acetylcholinesterase in the larval brain of the tobacco hornworm, Manduca sexta Insect Biochem. 17: 99-109
85. 1986 Developmental changes in choline uptake and acetylcholine metabolism in the larval brain of the tobacco hornworm, Manduca sexta Develop. Brain Res. 26: 201-209
86. 1985 Cholinergic titers in the brain of Manduca sexta during larval-pupal development Insect Neurochemistry and Neurophysiology (A.J. Borkovec and T.J. Kelly, eds.). Plenum Press, New York and London, pp. 417-9
87. 1985 Choline acetyltransferase activity in the larval brain of Manduca sexta Insect Biochem. 15: 685-95
88. 1982 The chemistry and axonal action of two insect toxins derived from the venom of the scorpion Buthotus judaicus. Toxicon. 20 (1): 323-9
89. 1982 Purification, characterization and action of two insect toxins from the venom of scorpion Buthotus judaicus. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 701 (3): 370-81
90. 1980 Toxins selective to insects derived from scorpion venoms Natural Toxins (D. Eaker and T. Wadstrom, eds.) Pergamon Press, New York and Oxford, pp. 637-646.
91. 1979 Cytological and genetic loalization of a Y-autosome translocation in an Australian strain of the housefly, Musca domestica Experientia 35: 172-3
92. 1979 C-banding of the housefly, Musca domestica, autosomes and sex chromosomes Experientia 35: 174-5.
93. 1979 Recombination in the male housefly, Musca domestica Experientia 35: 175

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