05B4 Siegman, Marion J. - Thomas Jefferson University - Thomas Jefferson University
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Marion J. Siegman, PhD

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1020 Locust Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-3975
(215) 503-2073 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Remodeling of the rat distal colon in diabetes: Function and ultrastructure
  2. The pathway for force transmission in the rat anococcygeus muscle: A tale of two tendons
  3. Structural limits on force production and shortening of smooth muscle
  4. Smooth muscle myocyte ultrastructure and contractility
  5. A force-activated kinase in a catch smooth muscle
  6. The N-terminal region of twitchin binds thick and thin contractile filaments: Redundant mechanisms of catch force maintenance
  7. Mechanism of catch force: Tethering of thick and thin filaments by twitchin
  8. Myosin cross-bridge kinetics and the mechanism of catch
  9. Catch force links and the low to high force transition of myosin
  10. Twitchin as a regulator of catch contraction in molluscan smooth muscle
  11. Obituary. Andrew P. Somlyo (1930-2004).
  12. Twitchin from molluscan catch muscle. Primary structure and relationship between site-specific phosphorylation and mechanical function
  13. Phosphorylation of molluscan twitchin by the cAMP-dependent protein kinase
  14. The myosin cross-bridge cycle and its control by twitchin phosphorylation in catch muscle
  15. Control of cross-bridge cycling by myosin light chain phosphorylation in mammalian smooth muscle
  16. Regulation of catch muscle by twitchin phosphorylation: Effects on force, ATPase, and shortening
  17. Phosphorylation of a twitchin-related protein controls catch and calcium sensitivity of force production in invertebrate smooth muscle
  18. Phosphorylation of a high molecular weight (-600 kDa) protein regulates catch in invertebrate smooth muscle
  19. Hypertrophy of colonic smooth muscle: Contractile proteins, shortening velocity, and regulation
  20. Hypertrophy of colonic smooth muscle: Structural remodeling, chemical composition, and force output
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