2012 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Her Cell biology study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Colocalization. Her research combines Cell biology and Colocalization. Diane L. Barber performs multidisciplinary study on Biochemistry and Molecular biology in her works. She brings together Molecular biology and Biochemistry to produce work in her papers. Much of her study explores Cell relationship to Cell migration. Diane L. Barber incorporates Cell migration and Cell polarity in her studies. Much of her study explores Cell polarity relationship to Cell. Her Intracellular study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Intracellular transport. Her research combines Intracellular and Intracellular transport.
In her works, Diane L. Barber performs multidisciplinary study on Cell biology and Biophysics. Biophysics and Cell biology are two areas of study in which she engages in interdisciplinary research. She performs integrative study on Biochemistry and Enzyme in her works. Diane L. Barber undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Gene and Mutant through her research. Her work on Actin cytoskeleton expands to the thematically related Cell. Her study ties her expertise on Cell together with the subject of Actin cytoskeleton. She integrates many fields in her works, including Signal transduction and Cytoskeleton. She undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Cytoskeleton and Signal transduction in her work. Her Intracellular study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Intracellular pH.
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Dysregulated pH: a perfect storm for cancer progression.
Bradley A. Webb;Michael Chimenti;Matthew P. Jacobson;Diane L. Barber.
Nature Reviews Cancer (2011)
Dissecting the Tumor Myeloid Compartment Reveals Rare Activating Antigen-Presenting Cells Critical for T Cell Immunity
Miranda L. Broz;Mikhail Binnewies;Bijan Boldajipour;Amanda E. Nelson.
Cancer Cell (2014)
The changing face of the Na+/H+ exchanger, NHE1: structure, regulation, and cellular actions.
L K Putney;S P Denker;D L Barber.
Annual Review of Pharmacology and Toxicology (2002)
Direct Binding of the Na–H Exchanger NHE1 to ERM Proteins Regulates the Cortical Cytoskeleton and Cell Shape Independently of H+ Translocation
Sheryl P Denker;Derek C Huang;John Orlowski;Heinz Furthmayr.
Molecular Cell (2000)
Cell migration requires both ion translocation and cytoskeletal anchoring by the Na-H exchanger NHE1
Sheryl P. Denker;Diane L. Barber.
Journal of Cell Biology (2002)
Molecular Analysis of System N Suggests Novel Physiological Roles in Nitrogen Metabolism and Synaptic Transmission
Farrukh A Chaudhry;Farrukh A Chaudhry;Richard J Reimer;David Krizaj;Diane Barber.
Na-H exchange-dependent increase in intracellular pH times G2/M entry and transition.
Luanna K. Putney;Diane L. Barber.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2003)
p160ROCK mediates RhoA activation of Na–H exchange
Tomoko Tominaga;Toshimasa Ishizaki;Shuh Narumiya;Diane L. Barber.
The EMBO Journal (1998)
Na-H exchange acts downstream of RhoA to regulate integrin-induced cell adhesion and spreading.
Tomoko Tominaga;Diane L. Barber.
Molecular Biology of the Cell (1998)
Intracellular pH Sensors: Design Principles and Functional Significance
Jyoti Srivastava;Diane L. Barber;Matthew P. Jacobson.
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