Mark Willard

Affiliations: 
Washington University, Saint Louis, St. Louis, MO 
Area:
neural virology
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Spencer S, Willard MB. (1992) Does GAP-43 support axon growth by increasing the axonal transport velocity of calmodulin? Experimental Neurology. 115: 167-72
Loewy A, Liu WS, Baitinger C, et al. (1991) The major 35S-methionine-labeled rapidly transported protein (superprotein) is identical to SNAP-25, a protein of synaptic terminals. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 11: 3412-21
Doster SK, Lozano AM, Aguayo AJ, et al. (1991) Expression of the growth-associated protein GAP-43 in adult rat retinal ganglion cells following axon injury. Neuron. 6: 635-47
McIntosh H, Parkinson D, Meiri K, et al. (1989) A GAP-43-like protein in cat visual cortex. Visual Neuroscience. 2: 583-91
Meiri KF, Willard M, Johnson MI. (1988) Distribution and phosphorylation of the growth-associated protein GAP-43 in regenerating sympathetic neurons in culture. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 8: 2571-81
Willard M, Baitinger C, Cheney R. (1987) Translocations of fodrin and its binding proteins. Brain Research Bulletin. 18: 817-24
Baitinger C, Willard M. (1987) Axonal transport of synapsin I-like proteins in rabbit retinal ganglion cells. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 7: 3723-35
Glicksman MA, Soppet D, Willard MB. (1987) Posttranslational modification of neurofilament polypeptides in rabbit retina. Journal of Neurobiology. 18: 167-96
Hirokawa N, Cheney RE, Willard M. (1983) Location of a protein of the fodrin-spectrin-TW260/240 family in the mouse intestinal brush border. Cell. 32: 953-65
Levine J, Willard M. (1983) Redistribution of fodrin (a component of the cortical cytoplasm) accompanying capping of cell surface molecules. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 80: 191-5
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