His main research concerns Biochemistry, Gene isoform, Molecular biology, Cell biology and Scrapie. His Biochemistry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Neurotoxicity and In vivo. His Gene isoform research incorporates elements of Cell culture, Cleavage, Pathogenesis and Glycoprotein.
The various areas that David A. Harris examines in his Molecular biology study include PrPSc Proteins, Genetically modified mouse and Mutant. His Cell biology research incorporates themes from Cell and Endocytosis. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Protein structure and Transfection.
David A. Harris spends much of his time researching Cell biology, Molecular biology, Mutant, Biochemistry and Gene isoform. His Cell biology research focuses on Cell culture and how it connects with Amino acid. He combines subjects such as Phenotype, PrPSc Proteins, Neurodegeneration, Transfection and Genetically modified mouse with his study of Molecular biology.
His work deals with themes such as Signal peptide, Endoplasmic reticulum, Chinese hamster ovary cell and Virology, which intersect with Mutant. His study looks at the intersection of Endoplasmic reticulum and topics like Transmembrane protein with Transmembrane domain. His Gene isoform research includes themes of Scrapie, Pathogenesis and Glycoprotein.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Sleeve gastrectomy, Internal medicine, Cell biology, Surgery and Prion protein. He studies Cell biology, focusing on Effector in particular. His Prion protein study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Genetics, Gene and Toxicity.
The Neuroprotection study which covers Glycoprotein that intersects with Neurotoxicity. His Antibody research integrates issues from Amyloid β, Amyloid, Aβ oligomers, Neurite and Biochemistry. His study focuses on the intersection of Docking and fields such as Epitope with connections in the field of Gene isoform.
David A. Harris mainly focuses on Type 2 diabetes, Surgery, Receptor, Sleeve gastrectomy and Neuroscience. His Surgery research includes elements of Agonist, Diabetes mellitus and G protein-coupled bile acid receptor, Bile acid. His Receptor study deals with Biophysics intersecting with Mutation, Protein domain and Ion channel.
His Sleeve gastrectomy study is associated with Internal medicine. David A. Harris has researched Neuroscience in several fields, including Neurotoxicity, Molecular pathology and Signal transduction, Calcium signaling. His work deals with themes such as Dendritic spine, Actin cytoskeleton, Kinase and Neurotransmission, which intersect with Neurotoxicity.
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Copper Stimulates Endocytosis of the Prion Protein
Peter C. Pauly;David A. Harris.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1998)
SULFATED GLYCANS STIMULATE ENDOCYTOSIS OF THE CELLULAR ISOFORM OF THE PRION PROTEIN, PRPC, IN CULTURED CELLS
Show Ling Shyng;Sylvain Lehmann;Krista L. Moulder;David A. Harris.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1995)
The Cellular Prion Protein (PrPC): Its Physiological Function and Role in Disease
Laura Westergard;Heather M. Christensen;David A. Harris.
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (2007)
Glycolipid-anchored proteins in neuroblastoma cells form detergent-resistant complexes without caveolin.
Alexander Gorodinsky;David A. Harris.
Journal of Cell Biology (1995)
A prion protein cycles between the cell surface and an endocytic compartment in cultured neuroblastoma cells.
Show-Ling Shyng;M. T. Huber;D. A. Harris.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1993)
Reversion of prion protein conformational changes by synthetic b-sheet breaker peptides
Claudio Soto;Richard J Kascsak;Gabriela P Saborío;Pierre Aucouturier.
The Lancet (2000)
A glycolipid-anchored prion protein is endocytosed via clathrin-coated pits.
Show Ling Shyng;John E. Heuser;David A. Harris.
Journal of Cell Biology (1994)
Neurological Illness in Transgenic Mice Expressing a Prion Protein with an Insertional Mutation
R. Chiesa;P. Piccardo;B. Ghetti;D. A. Harris.
Cellular Biology of Prion Diseases
David A. Harris.
Clinical Microbiology Reviews (1999)
Successful Transmission of Three Mouse-Adapted Scrapie Strains to Murine Neuroblastoma Cell Lines Overexpressing Wild-Type Mouse Prion Protein
Noriyuki Nishida;David A. Harris;Didier Vilette;Hubert Laude.
Journal of Virology (2000)
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