Posts Tagged ‘G-Proteins’

Today was a two-lecture day at MIT. I’ll just post about the first for now. Bertil Hille, PhD, from the University of Washington, lectured on G-protein signal transduction, specifically slow effects due to PIP2 (Phosphatidylinositol 4,5-bisphosphate) depletion–which was first shown in his lab by Byung-Chang Suh in 2001. Psychiatrists, in addition to biophysicists and neuroscientists, […]