Her primary scientific interests are in Biochemistry, Soluble adenylyl cyclase, Cell biology, Adenylyl cyclase and ADCY10. Her study in Signal transduction and Glycogen falls under the purview of Biochemistry. Lonny R. Levin has included themes like Capacitation, Bicarbonate, Tyrosine phosphorylation, Second messenger system and Heterotrimeric G protein in her Soluble adenylyl cyclase study.
Her research integrates issues of Internal medicine and Spermatogenesis in her study of Cell biology. Her Adenylyl cyclase research includes themes of Apical membrane and V-ATPase. Lonny R. Levin focuses mostly in the field of ADCY10, narrowing it down to matters related to ADCY6 and, in some cases, ADCY3.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Soluble adenylyl cyclase, Biochemistry, Cell biology, Adenylyl cyclase and ADCY10. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Bicarbonate, Internal medicine and Intracellular, Second messenger system. In general Biochemistry study, her work on Protein kinase A, Enzyme, Adenylyl Cyclase Inhibitors and Allosteric regulation often relates to the realm of Transmembrane protein, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
Her Cell biology research includes elements of Sperm, Glycolysis and Oxidative phosphorylation. Her Adenylyl cyclase research also works with subjects such as
Soluble adenylyl cyclase, Cell biology, Biochemistry, ADCY10 and Second messenger system are her primary areas of study. Her study in Soluble adenylyl cyclase is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Bicarbonate, Intracellular and Adenosine triphosphate. Lonny R. Levin has researched Cell biology in several fields, including Sperm, Glycolysis and Oxidative phosphorylation.
Within one scientific family, Lonny R. Levin focuses on topics pertaining to Function under Biochemistry, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Organelle. Her ADCY10 study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as ADCY3, ADCY6, cAMP-dependent pathway and Cell signaling. Her Second messenger system research includes themes of Neuroscience, Mitochondrion and Phosphorylation.
Her main research concerns Soluble adenylyl cyclase, Biochemistry, Second messenger system, ADCY10 and Cell biology. Her work deals with themes such as Bicarbonate, ADCY9 and Intracellular, which intersect with Soluble adenylyl cyclase. The concepts of her Second messenger system study are interwoven with issues in Carbohydrate metabolism and Adenosine triphosphate.
Her ADCY10 study combines topics in areas such as Hyperactivation and Sperm, Acrosome, Capacitation. Her Cell biology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Regulation of gene expression, Knockout mouse and Central nervous system, Neuroscience. Her study in the field of Adenylyl cyclase is also linked to topics like Ezrin.
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Soluble adenylyl cyclase as an evolutionarily conserved bicarbonate sensor.
Yanqiu Chen;Martin J. Cann;Tatiana N. Litvin;Vadim Iourgenko.
Cytosolic adenylyl cyclase defines a unique signaling molecule in mammals
Jochen Buck;Meeghan L. Sinclair;Lissy Schapal;Martin J. Cann.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1999)
The Drosophila learning and memory gene rutabaga encodes a Ca2+/Calmodulin-responsive adenylyl cyclase.
Lonny R. Levin;Pyung Lim Han;Paul M. Hwang;Paul G. Feinstein.
The S. cerevisiae CDC25 gene product regulates the RAS/adenylate cyclase pathway
Daniel Broek;Takashi Toda;Tamar Michaeli;Lonny Levin.
Cyclic AMP produced inside mitochondria regulates oxidative phosphorylation
Rebeca Acin-Perez;Eric Salazar;Margarita Kamenetsky;Jochen Buck.
Cell Metabolism (2009)
Fungal Adenylyl Cyclase Integrates CO2 Sensing with cAMP Signaling and Virulence
Torsten Klengel;Wei-Jun Liang;James Chaloupka;Claudia Ruoff.
Current Biology (2005)
The “Soluble” Adenylyl Cyclase in Sperm Mediates Multiple Signaling Events Required for Fertilization
Kenneth C. Hess;Brian H. Jones;Becky Marquez;Yanqiu Chen.
Developmental Cell (2005)
Kinetic properties of 'soluble' adenylyl cyclase: Synergism between calcium and bicarbonate
Tatiana N. Litvin;Margarita Kamenetsky;Alla Zarifyan;Jochen Buck.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2003)
Compartmentalization of bicarbonate‐sensitive adenylyl cyclase in distinct signaling microdomains
Jonathan H. Zippin;Yanqiu Chen;Patrick Nahirney;Patrick Nahirney;Margarita Kamenetsky.
The FASEB Journal (2003)
cAMP-independent control of sporulation, glycogen metabolism, and heat shock resistance in S. cerevisiae
Scott Cameron;Lonny Levin;Mark Zoller;Michael Wigler.
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