Rick Steinhardt

Affiliations: 
University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
Area:
Biophysics, Cell Biology
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Steinhardt R. (2006) Three stages (and a dividend) on my personal road to Ca2+ activation at fertilization. Seminars in Cell & Developmental Biology. 17: 226-8
Alderton JM, Ahmed SA, Smith LA, et al. (2000) Evidence for a vesicle-mediated maintenance of store-operated calcium channels in a human embryonic kidney cell line. Cell Calcium. 28: 161-9
McCarter GC, Steinhardt RA. (2000) Increased activity of calcium leak channels caused by proteolysis near sarcolemmal ruptures. The Journal of Membrane Biology. 176: 169-74
Togo T, Alderton JM, Bi GQ, et al. (1999) The mechanism of facilitated cell membrane resealing. Journal of Cell Science. 112: 719-31
Bi GQ, Morris RL, Liao G, et al. (1997) Kinesin- and myosin-driven steps of vesicle recruitment for Ca2+-regulated exocytosis. The Journal of Cell Biology. 138: 999-1008
McCarter GC, Denetclaw WF, Reddy P, et al. (1997) Lipofection of a cDNA plasmid containing the dystrophin gene lowers intracellular free calcium and calcium leak channel activity in mdx myotubes. Gene Therapy. 4: 483-7
Hopf FW, Turner PR, Denetclaw WF, et al. (1996) A critical evaluation of resting intracellular free calcium regulation in dystrophic mdx muscle. The American Journal of Physiology. 271: C1325-39
Bi GQ, Alderton JM, Steinhardt RA. (1995) Calcium-regulated exocytosis is required for cell membrane resealing. The Journal of Cell Biology. 131: 1747-58
Steinhardt RA, Bi G, Alderton JM. (1994) Cell membrane resealing by a vesicular mechanism similar to neurotransmitter release. Science (New York, N.Y.). 263: 390-3
Denetclaw WF, Bi G, Pham DV, et al. (1993) Heterokaryon myotubes with normal mouse and Duchenne nuclei exhibit sarcolemmal dystrophin staining and efficient intracellular free calcium control. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 4: 963-72
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