David Meyer

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University of California, Los Angeles University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
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Zong N, Ping P, Lau E, et al. (2014) Lysine ubiquitination and acetylation of human cardiac 20S proteasomes. Proteomics. Clinical Applications. 8: 590-4
Zong NC, Li H, Li H, et al. (2013) Integration of cardiac proteome biology and medicine by a specialized knowledgebase. Circulation Research. 113: 1043-53
Benyamini P, Webster P, Meyer DI. (2009) Knockdown of p180 eliminates the terminal differentiation of a secretory cell line. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 20: 732-44
Hyde M, Block-Alper L, Felix J, et al. (2002) Induction of secretory pathway components in yeast is associated with increased stability of their mRNA. The Journal of Cell Biology. 156: 993-1001
Block-Alper L, Webster P, Zhou X, et al. (2002) IN02, a positive regulator of lipid biosynthesis, is essential for the formation of inducible membranes in yeast. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 13: 40-51
Garces JA, Clark IB, Meyer DI, et al. (1999) Interaction of the p62 subunit of dynactin with Arp1 and the cortical actin cytoskeleton. Current Biology : Cb. 9: 1497-500
Becker F, Block-Alper L, Nakamura G, et al. (1999) Expression of the 180-kD ribosome receptor induces membrane proliferation and increased secretory activity in yeast Journal of Cell Biology. 146: 273-284
Savitz AJ, Meyer DI. (1997) Receptor-mediated ribosome binding to liposomes depends on lipid composition Journal of Biological Chemistry. 272: 13140-13145
Bush GL, Meyer DI. (1996) The refolding activity of the yeast heat shock proteins Ssa1 and Ssa2 defines their role in protein translocation. The Journal of Cell Biology. 135: 1229-37
Mayinger P, Bankaitis VA, Meyer DI. (1995) Sac1p mediates the adenosine triphosphate transport into yeast endoplasmic reticulum that is required for protein translocation Journal of Cell Biology. 131: 1377-1386
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