Alecia K. Gross, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Vision Sciences University of Alabama, Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, United States 
Area:
Photoreceptors, GPCR trafficking
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Ph.D., Brandeis, with Dan Oprian
Postdoc, Baylor College of Medicine, with Ted Wensel
Currently Assistant Professor, UAB

Mean distance: 16.66 (cluster 11)
 
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Parents

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Daniel D. Oprian grad student 2002 Brandeis
 (Rhodopsin congenital night blindness mutants T94I and G90D.)
Theodore G. Wensel post-doc 2002-2006 Baylor

Children

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T.J. Hollingsworth grad student 2013 UAB
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Challa AK, Boitet ER, Turner AN, et al. (2016) Novel Hypomorphic Alleles of the Mouse Tyrosinase Gene Induced by CRISPR-Cas9 Nucleases Cause Non-Albino Pigmentation Phenotypes. Plos One. 11: e0155812
Gross AK, Bales KL. (2015) Aberrant protein trafficking in retinal degenerations: The initial phase of retinal remodeling. Experimental Eye Research
Rana T, Shinde VM, Starr CR, et al. (2014) An activated unfolded protein response promotes retinal degeneration and triggers an inflammatory response in the mouse retina. Cell Death & Disease. 5: e1578
Reish NJ, Boitet ER, Bales KL, et al. (2014) Nucleotide bound to rab11a controls localization in rod cells but not interaction with rhodopsin. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 34: 14854-63
Sandoval IM, Price BA, Gross AK, et al. (2014) Abrupt onset of mutations in a developmentally regulated gene during terminal differentiation of post-mitotic photoreceptor neurons in mice. Plos One. 9: e108135
Sammons JD, Gross AK. (2013) Biochemical analysis of a rhodopsin photoactivatable GFP fusion as a model of G-protein coupled receptor transport. Vision Research. 93: 43-8
Reish NJ, Maltare A, McKeown AS, et al. (2013) The age-regulating protein klotho is vital to sustain retinal function. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 54: 6675-85
Hollingsworth TJ, Gross AK. (2013) The severe autosomal dominant retinitis pigmentosa rhodopsin mutant Ter349Glu mislocalizes and induces rapid rod cell death. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 288: 29047-55
Sammons J, Gross AK. (2012) In vitro biochemical assays to monitor rhodopsin function. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 884: 167-81
Hollingsworth TJ, Gross AK. (2012) Defective trafficking of rhodopsin and its role in retinal degenerations. International Review of Cell and Molecular Biology. 293: 1-44
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