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Shey-Shing Sheu

Shey-Shing Sheu, PhD

Contact Dr. Sheu

1020 Locust Street
Room 543D
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-5152
(215) 503-5731 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Adrenergic signaling regulates mitochondrial Ca2+ uptake through Pyk2-dependent tyrosine phosphorylation of the mitochondrial Ca2+ uniporter
  2. Mitochondrial ion channels/transporters as sensors and regulators of cellular redox signaling
  3. Molecular and functional identification of a mitochondrial ryanodine receptor in neurons
  4. Early septic shock induces loss of oxidative phosphorylation yield plasticity in liver mitochondria
  5. Overexpression of ryanodine receptor type 1 enhances mitochondrial fragmentation and Ca2+-induced ATP production in cardiac H9c2 myoblasts
  6. ADP protects cardiac mitochondria under severe oxidative stress
  7. Prodeath signaling of G protein-coupled receptor kinase 2 in cardiac myocytes after ischemic stress occurs via extracellular signal-regulated kinase-dependent heat shock protein 90-mediated mitochondrial targeting
  8. Respective contribution of mitochondrial Superoxide and ph to mitochondria-targeted circularly permuted yellow fluorescent protein (mt-cpYFP) flash activity
  9. Alpha1-adrenenoceptor stimulation inhibits cardiac excitation-contraction coupling through tyrosine phosphorylation of beta1-adrenoceptor
  10. Mitochondria take center stage
  11. Molecular identities of mitochondrial Ca 2+ influx mechanism: Updated passwords for accessing mitochondrial Ca 2+-linked health: And disease
  12. Calcium transport across the inner mitochondrial membrane: Molecular mechanisms and pharmacology
  13. The 65th Symposium of the Society for General Physiologists: energizing research in mitochondrial physiology and medicine.
  14. The permeability transition pore controls cardiac mitochondrial maturation and myocyte differentiation
  15. Response to "a critical evaluation of cpYFP as a probe for superoxide"
  16. The permeability transition pore controls cardiac mitochondrial maturation and myocyte differentiation
  17. Mitochondrial superoxide flashes: Metabolic biomarkers of skeletal muscle activity and disease
  18. Distinctive characteristics and functions of multiple mitochondrial Ca 2+ influx mechanisms
  19. Single channel characterization of the mitochondrial ryanodine receptor in heart mitoplasts
  20. Bioenergetics, mitochondria, and cardiac myocyte differentiation