Kien A. Trinh, Ph.D.

University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
Memory, Olfactory System
"Kien Trinh"
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Daniel R. Storm grad student 2003 University of Washington
 (The role of adenylyl cyclase type III in odorant perception.)
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Trinh K, Storm DR. (2004) Detection of odorants through the main olfactory epithelium and vomeronasal organ of mice. Nutrition Reviews. 62: S189-92; discussion
Watt WC, Sakano H, Lee ZY, et al. (2004) Odorant stimulation enhances survival of olfactory sensory neurons via MAPK and CREB. Neuron. 41: 955-67
Horner K, Livera G, Hinckley M, et al. (2003) Rodent oocytes express an active adenylyl cyclase required for meiotic arrest. Developmental Biology. 258: 385-96
Trinh K, Storm DR. (2003) Vomeronasal organ detects odorants in absence of signaling through main olfactory epithelium. Nature Neuroscience. 6: 519-25
Wong ST, Baker LP, Trinh K, et al. (2001) Adenylyl cyclase 3 mediates prostaglandin E(2)-induced growth inhibition in arterial smooth muscle cells. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 276: 34206-12
Wong ST, Trinh K, Hacker B, et al. (2000) Disruption of the type III adenylyl cyclase gene leads to peripheral and behavioral anosmia in transgenic mice. Neuron. 27: 487-97
Poser S, Impey S, Trinh K, et al. (2000) SRF-dependent gene expression is required for PI3-kinase-regulated cell proliferation. The Embo Journal. 19: 4955-66
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