Dan P. Felsenfeld

Developmental and Regenerative Biology Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, NY, United States 
Intergrin, L1, cell migration, video microscopy, laser trap, adhesion receptors, extracellular matrix, cytoskeleton
"Dan Felsenfeld"

Dan Felsenfeld received a bachelor's degree in Biochemistry from Harvard University (1982-6) and a PhD in Neurobiology from Tom Jessel's lab at Columbia University (1987-94). He then did postdoctoral training in Mike Sheetz' lab at Duke University. Since June 2000, he has been at the Mount Sinai Sinai School of Medicine (NY) and he is currently the Director of the High-Content Screening Shared Resource Facility.

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Thomas M. Jessell grad student 1987-1994 Columbia
Michael P. Sheetz post-doc 1994-2000 Duke (Chemistry Tree)
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Wu K, Chong RA, Yu Q, et al. (2016) Suramin inhibits cullin-RING E3 ubiquitin ligases. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Esposito AM, Cheung P, Swartz TH, et al. (2016) A high throughput Cre-lox activated viral membrane fusion assay identifies pharmacological inhibitors of HIV entry. Virology. 490: 6-16
Gingold JA, Coakley ES, Su J, et al. (2015) Distribution Analyzer, a methodology for identifying and clustering outlier conditions from single-cell distributions, and its application to a Nanog reporter RNAi screen. Bmc Bioinformatics. 16: 225
Wang P, Alvarez-Perez JC, Felsenfeld DP, et al. (2015) A high-throughput chemical screen reveals that harmine-mediated inhibition of DYRK1A increases human pancreatic beta cell replication. Nature Medicine. 21: 383-8
Gardner TJ, Cohen T, Redmann V, et al. (2015) Development of a high-content screen for the identification of inhibitors directed against the early steps of the cytomegalovirus infectious cycle. Antiviral Research. 113: 49-61
Latif R, Ali MR, Ma R, et al. (2015) New small molecule agonists to the thyrotropin receptor. Thyroid : Official Journal of the American Thyroid Association. 25: 51-62
Gingold JA, Fidalgo M, Guallar D, et al. (2014) A genome-wide RNAi screen identifies opposing functions of Snai1 and Snai2 on the Nanog dependency in reprogramming. Molecular Cell. 56: 140-52
Redmann V, Gardner T, Lau Z, et al. (2014) Novel class of potential therapeutics that target ricin retrograde translocation. Toxins. 6: 33-53
Tombler E, Cabanilla NJ, Carman P, et al. (2011) G protein-induced trafficking of voltage-dependent calcium channels (The Journal of Biological Chemistry (2006) 281, (1827-1839)) Journal of Biological Chemistry. 286: 21952
Sakurai T, Gil OD, Whittard JD, et al. (2008) Interactions between the L1 cell adhesion molecule and ezrin support traction-force generation and can be regulated by tyrosine phosphorylation. Journal of Neuroscience Research. 86: 2602-14
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