Noreen Reist

Faculty Biomedical Sciences

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About Noreen

Publications

Paddock, B.E., Wang, Z., Biela, L.M., Chen, K., Getzy, M.D., Striegel, A., Richmond, J.E., Chapman, E.R., Featherstone, D.E., Reist, N.E., (in press) Membrane Penetration by Synaptotagmin is Required for Coupling Calcium Binding to Vesicle Fusion In Vivo. J. Neuroscience. Striegel, A.R., Biela, L.M., and Reist, N.E. (in submission) Synaptotagmin’s C2A Ca2+-Binding Motif is an Essential Element of the Electrostatic Switch. Neuron

                
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