Christopher J. Bohlen

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2012 Neuroscience University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA 
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David Julius grad student 2012 UCSF
 (Venom-derived toxins as biochemical and pharmacological probes of pain pathways.)
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Bennett ML, Bennett FC, Liddelow SA, et al. (2016) New tools for studying microglia in the mouse and human CNS. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Baconguis I, Bohlen CJ, Goehring A, et al. (2014) X-ray structure of acid-sensing ion channel 1-snake toxin complex reveals open state of a Na(+)-selective channel. Cell. 156: 717-29
Bohlen CJ, Julius D. (2012) Receptor-targeting mechanisms of pain-causing toxins: How ow? Toxicon : Official Journal of the International Society On Toxinology. 60: 254-64
Medzihradszky KF, Bohlen CJ. (2012) Partial de novo sequencing and unusual CID fragmentation of a 7 kDa, disulfide-bridged toxin. Journal of the American Society For Mass Spectrometry. 23: 923-34
Crowe BL, Bohlen CJ, Wilson RC, et al. (2011) Assembly of the complex between archaeal RNase P proteins RPP30 and Pop5. Archaea (Vancouver, B.C.). 2011: 891531
Bohlen CJ, Chesler AT, Sharif-Naeini R, et al. (2011) A heteromeric Texas coral snake toxin targets acid-sensing ion channels to produce pain. Nature. 479: 410-4
Bohlen CJ, Priel A, Zhou S, et al. (2010) A bivalent tarantula toxin activates the capsaicin receptor, TRPV1, by targeting the outer pore domain. Cell. 141: 834-45
Myers BR, Bohlen CJ, Julius D. (2008) A yeast genetic screen reveals a critical role for the pore helix domain in TRP channel gating. Neuron. 58: 362-73
Wilson RC, Bohlen CJ, Foster MP, et al. (2006) Structure of Pfu Pop5, an archaeal RNase P protein. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 103: 873-8
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