Robert T. Dirksen

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Pharmacology and Physiology University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, NY, United States 
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Michelucci A, Liang C, Protasi F, et al. (2021) Altered Ca Handling and Oxidative Stress Underlie Mitochondrial Damage and Skeletal Muscle Dysfunction in Aging and Disease. Metabolites. 11
Volpatti JR, Endo Y, Knox J, et al. (2020) Identification of drug modifiers for RYR1 related myopathy using a multi-species discovery pipeline. Elife. 9
Kim JK, Jha NN, Feng Z, et al. (2020) Muscle-specific SMN reduction reveals motor neuron-independent disease in spinal muscular atrophy models. The Journal of Clinical Investigation
Tylock KM, Auerbach DS, Tang ZZ, et al. (2020) Biophysical mechanisms for QRS- and QTc-interval prolongation in mice with cardiac expression of expanded CUG-repeat RNA. The Journal of General Physiology. 152
Dirksen RT, Wang W, Sheu SS. (2019) Introduction. Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics
Brennan S, Garcia-Castañeda M, Michelucci A, et al. (2019) Mouse model of severe recessive RYR1-related myopathy. Human Molecular Genetics
Yue L, Talukder MAH, Gurjar A, et al. (2019) 4-Aminopyridine attenuates muscle atrophy after sciatic nerve crush injury in mice. Muscle & Nerve
Smith CO, Wang YT, Nadtochiy SM, et al. (2018) Cardiac metabolic effects of K1.2 channel deletion and evidence for its mitochondrial localization. Faseb Journal : Official Publication of the Federation of American Societies For Experimental Biology. fj201800139R
Chen W, Koop A, Liu Y, et al. (2017) Reduced Threshold for Store-Overload-Induced-Ca(2+)-Release is a Common Defect of RyR1 Mutations Associated with Malignant Hyperthermia and Central Core Disease. The Biochemical Journal
Linsley JW, Hsu IU, Groom L, et al. (2016) Congenital myopathy results from misregulation of a muscle Ca2+ channel by mutant Stac3. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
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